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2010-11 Polk County Education Staff Salaries

Principal, Middle/Junior High School

$84,123 average salary, 34th of 60 districts (Top 56.67%),
number of employees: 28
18th most expensive county to live, 33rd lowest poverty rate, students perform 59th during 2010-11 school year

Salary Changes


YearState AveragePolk County
FPLI AppliedAverage Salary
2011$87,824 $85,385.87$84,088
2010$88,421 $84,989.90$84,123
2009$87,591 $83,362.90$81,754
2008$88,906 $84,084.43$82,058
2007$88,592 $86,110.77$83,958
2006$86,059 $82,554.83$80,557
2005$80,059 $78,932.96$77,007
2004$77,061 $64,143.65$63,406


Principal, Middle/Junior High School Salaries vs. Student Scores (County-by-County)

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Polk County Education Staff Salaries (2010-11)

Principal, Middle/Junior High School

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Rank County Number of Employees Avg. Salary Avg. Salary (FPLI Applied) Top %
1st 8 $99,587 $102,151 1.67
2nd 4 $103,189 $100,028 3.33
3rd 9 $97,186 $97,684 5.00
4th 48 $100,010 $97,324 6.67
5th 70 $98,413 $96,930 8.33
6th 13 $94,944 $95,287 10.00
7th 8 $91,567 $95,105 11.67
8th 10 $92,578 $94,962 13.33
9th 18 $96,813 $94,350 15.00
10th 8 $91,433 $93,194 16.67
11th 11 $95,444 $93,152 18.33
12th 5 $91,754 $92,531 20.00
13th 2 $90,036 $92,383 21.67
14th 10 $93,539 $92,175 23.33
15th 6 $91,052 $91,814 25.00
16th 2 $86,762 $90,011 26.67
17th 13 $86,476 $89,957 28.33
18th 30 $90,758 $89,399 30.00
19th 1 $86,210 $88,803 31.67
20th 3 $85,052 $88,448 33.33
21st 4 $87,306 $88,438 35.00
22nd 4 $83,082 $88,348 36.67
23rd 1 $82,237 $88,124 38.33
24th 34 $90,670 $87,562 40.00
25th 2 $80,330 $87,069 41.67
26th 1 $79,239 $86,733 43.33
27th 4 $81,511 $86,622 45.00
28th 15 $85,413 $86,224 46.67
29th 4 $83,531 $86,203 48.33
30th 14 $84,798 $85,967 50.00
31st 38 $86,498 $85,659 51.67
32nd 3 $81,633 $85,026 53.33
33rd 11 $80,231 $84,999 55.00
34th 28 $84,123 $84,990 56.67
35th 9 $81,189 $84,899 58.33
36th 2 $77,574 $84,356 60.00
37th 2 $77,245 $84,117 61.67
38th 1 $80,130 $83,730 63.33
39th 2 $80,381 $83,669 65.00
40th 23 $83,212 $83,546 66.67
41st 13 $83,593 $82,749 68.33
42nd 7 $77,382 $82,330 70.00
43rd 1 $75,885 $82,038 71.67
44th 4 $78,061 $81,834 73.33
45th 2 $74,484 $80,908 75.00
46th 56 $81,933 $80,682 76.67
47th 1 $74,640 $80,388 78.33
48th 14 $78,993 $79,920 80.00
49th 5 $79,093 $79,908 81.67
50th 3 $78,520 $79,506 83.33
51st 1 $75,831 $78,541 85.00
52nd 2 $75,140 $77,424 86.67
53rd 1 $69,773 $76,640 88.33
54th 10 $73,825 $75,850 90.00
55th 8 $72,093 $75,435 91.67
56th 2 $68,964 $73,397 93.33
57th 1 $64,584 $69,926 95.00
58th 3 $65,625 $69,777 96.67
59th 1 $67,668 $69,646 98.33
60th 1 $62,609 $65,580 100.00

* Salary Ranking is based on Florida Price List Index (FPLI) applied average salary.
* Most Expensive County Ranking is based on FPLI.
* Poverty rate shows 5 to 17-year-old group in 2010
* Student Performance Ranking is based on 2010-11 District Ranking report from Florida Department of Education
* The Florida Price Level Index (FPLI), established by the Legislature as the basis for the District Cost Differential (DCD) in the Florida Education Finance Program, is used to represent the costs of hiring equally qualified personnel across school districts. For more information, please visit Bureau of Economic and Business Research at University of Florida.

Source: Florida Department of Education & U.S. Census Bureau
 
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