Washington State School Salaries: 2015-2016

This data site contains personnel information, including salaries, for public school districts in the State of Washington. Data was provided to The Spokesman-Review by the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction in response to a public records request. More information regarding this database can be found here.

Dayton School District

  • Enrollment, 2010-2011 (pre-K thru 12th): n/a
  • Total Salary: $2,544,544.00
  • Average Salary: $33,927.25
See all 75 employees › Highest paid individuals, 2015-2016
PersonSalaryBonuses/StipendsInsurance BenefitsTotal Comp.
Douglas L Johnson

Superintendent

$95,088$0$14,763$109,851
Douglas A Yenney

Secondary Teacher, Dayton High School

$66,099$12,756$8,652$87,507
Paul A Shaber

Secondary Principal, Dayton High School

$77,250$0$9,174$86,424
Pamela J Lindsley

Elementary Principal, Dayton Elementary School

$77,621$0$8,217$85,838
Kristine Michelle Warren

Secondary Teacher, Dayton High School

$66,099$10,830$8,652$85,581
Robert Lee Moore

Secondary Teacher, Dayton High School

$66,099$6,103$8,652$80,854
Michael Scott Mcghan

Unknown, Dayton Elementary School

$66,100$5,528$8,652$80,280
Clayton Allan Strong

Elementary Teacher, Dayton Elementary School

$64,804$5,506$8,652$78,962
Susan M Yenney

Elementary Teacher, Dayton Elementary School

$63,290$6,145$8,652$78,087
David William Phillips

Secondary Teacher, Dayton High School

$66,099$2,666$8,652$77,417

Notes:

  • Insurance benefits includes $768/month for school district certificated employee health benefits or $9,216/year. Certified employees include teachers, counselors and librarians. Classified employees are funded at 1.152 times that amount or $884.74/month ($10,616.83/year). Benefits are allocated by the State of Washington. [1][2]
  • All figures submitted by school districts are preliminary. Final numbers are due to the Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction in September.
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Credits: Mike Tigas, Jody Lawrence-Turner
Data: State of Washington Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI)
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Salaries for public school employees are considered “public record,” in accordance with Washington State’s Public Records act, RCW 42.56. An exception is made in the case of victims of domestic violence. Please contact the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction for more information.