May 11, 2005

My Special Superintendant

Sultis to request contract change
By Heather L. Nicholson Baytown Sun
Published May 11, 2005

Goose Creek superintendent Barbara Sultis is asking the school board to halt her automatic $10,0000 salary raise each year for the next three years. Instead, Sultis wants the board to review her performance each year and then decide on a salary increase.

click here for the whole thing, here's the last part:

When Sultis replaced former superintendent Jerry Roy, who served for seven-plus years, his salary was $151,400. Sultis’ starting salary was $150,000.

Since her appointment, Sultis has received the scheduled $10,000 raise each year. She currently makes $180,000. When the board agreed to keep the salary increase process, they based their decision on superintendent salaries in school districts like Deer Park and Galena Park.

Also, after consulting with the Texas Association of School Boards, they found the average superintendent salary increase is 6 percent. On top of her current salary, Sultis is allotted $360 for high-speed Internet in her home, $1,500 for her cell phone and $10,800 for her car allowance.

Good to know that while my parents were taking money out of my bank account to buy my birthday present their tax dollars we're helping good 'ol Barbara Sultis save time on the net.

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