Top 100 Average 2012 Salaries for Milford and West Clermont School Districts

Milford SchoolsThe conservative think tank, Opportunity Ohio provides public record data search tools for K-12 school districts in Ohio at this link. The numbers include salary data for teachers and administrators. The numbers do not reflect the additional value of pensions and benefits.

For Milford Exempted Village Schools,

  • In 2012, the top 100 teachers and administrators averaged $80,668.  74 of which worked 185 days. (Source)
  • In 2012, 142 District employees made in excess of $70,000. (Source)
  • In 2011, the median household income in the Milford Exempted School District was $40,748. (Source)

For West Clermont Schools:

  • In 2012, the top 100 teachers and administrators averaged $82,001. 73 of which worked 185 days. (Source)
  • In 2012, 188 District employees made in excess of $70,000. (Source)
  • In 2011, the median household income in the West Clermont School District was $34,045. (Source)

Milford Exempted Village Schools has a proposed levy on the ballot this May 7th. View the actual ballot language at this link. Note that this additional tax is proposed “…for a continuing period of time, commencing in 2013, first due in calendar year 2014.”

For information on voting May 7th, visit the Clermont Board of Elections website.

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3 Responses to Top 100 Average 2012 Salaries for Milford and West Clermont School Districts

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  2. John Smith

    I don’t think it is fair to include WC’s overpayed administrators in the ave. with teachers. WC Administrators make $11,000 more than similar districts and $18,000 more than the state ave. No Super and Tr work a 218 day contract like WC anywhere in the state!

  3. Until these schools address the salary, healthcare and pension issues, the only vote they will get is … NO!

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