Members of the San Ramon Valley Unified School District’s administrative cabinet are in line to receive a pay raise when the school board discusses Tuesday approving a base salary increase that would match what teachers received in March.
According to a district staff report, if approved, all management and confidential employees within the district would receive an ongoing base salary increase of 4.18%, which will take effect retroactively to July 1, 2018, and result in a total budgetary increase of $710,556.
At the top of the administrative chain, a 4.18% raise means an increase of approximately $13,890 for Superintendent Rick Schmitt, who would then be earning an ongoing salary of $332,287 a year.
If approved the top members of Schmitt’s cabinet would see their ongoing salaries increase to the following figures:
* Deputy superintendent Toni Taylor would earn $255,063.
* Assistant superintendent of facilities and operations Gary Black $255,641.
* Chief business officer Greg Medici $220,834.
* Assistant superintendent of human resources Keith Rogenski $231,876.
On March 26, the SRVUSD ratified an agreement with the San Ramon Valley teachers union that included a 4.18% ongoing compensation increase; lower student-to-staff ratios for counselors, nurses and teacher librarians; and caps on class sizes and case loads.
Classified employees in the district also received a 4.18% base salary increase in April.
The school board is scheduled to hold its regular meeting, Tuesday 7 p.m. at the district offices, 699 Old Orchard Drive, Danville.
In other business
* Board members will also listen to a public presentation on the next generation of science standards, as well as the bimonthly student board member report, which this week will come courtesy of a student from the Venture Independent Study School.
* Other items scheduled for the meeting's closed session include a performance evaluation of Superintendent Rick Schmitt, a discussion on the appointment of principal at an unspecified middle school and the potential appointment of a new director of human resources.