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Department of Human Resources
31 Stafford Avenue
Stafford, VA  22554
Phone:  540.658.6000  |  Fax:  540.658.5970 
Email:  humanresources@staffordschools.net

 

  SALARY SCALES FOR FISCAL YEAR 2015  
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 10 Month Teacher Salary Scale  (pdf document)

  • $37,793- $78,902
  • Experience cap - 20 years

Educational Supplements (Note:  Above Salary Scales do not include Educational Supplements.)

(Click here for information to Apply for Educational Supplements.)

  • Doctorate - $5,519
  • Masters + 30 (30 credits must be earned in Master's level courses or higher from an accredited college/university) - $4,886
  • Masters + 15 (15 credits must be earned in Master's level courses or higher from an accredited college/university) - $4,517
  • Master's Degree - $4,147
  • Bachelors + 15 (15 credits must be earned in Master's Degree Program or Doctoral Program from an accredited college/university) - $1,143
  • National Board Certification - $2,602
  • High School Counseling Directors - $2,646
  • Instructional Coordinators - $2,646
Stipends

 

  • Autism - $3,000
Stafford County Public Schools Teachers' Salary Scale is based on an annual number of days which are prorated for each position's contracted number of working days. At times the actual number of working days will be less due to unscheduled closures for: inclement weather, State proclamations, etc.

Administrative Salary Scale  (pdf document)

  • Associate Superintendent - $100,332 - $146,764
  • Assistant Superintendent - $97,885 - $143,185
  • Chief Secondary Instructional Officer - $94,899 - $138,816
  • Chief Elementary Instructional Officer - $94,899 - $138,816
  • High School Principal - $93,858 - $137,294
  • Middle School Principal - $86,275 - $126,202
  • Elementary School Principal - $80,450 - $117,681
  • High School Assistant Principal - $79,135 - $115,757
  • Middle School Assistant Principal - $71,724 - $104,916
  • Elementary School Assistant Principal $67,982 - $99,443
  • Administrator - $79,1351 - $115,757
  • Instructional Supervisor/Assistant Director - $75,355 - $110,228
  • Executive Director - $89,035 - $130,239
  • Instructional Director - $84,147 - $123,088
  • Specialist - $60,449 - $88,424
  • Service Directors
    • High School - $70,761 - $103,508
    • Associates Degree - $71,446 - $104,510
    • Bachelors Degree - $75,355 - $110,228
    • Masters Degree (No License) - $80,990 - $118,471
    • Masters Degree (License) - $84,147 - $123,0880
  • Service Supervisors
    • High School - $54,221 - $79,314
    • Associates Degree - $57,255 - $83,752
    • Bachelors Degree - $60,449 - $88,424
    • Masters Degree $63,472 - $92,845
Procedures for Granting Experience on the Administrative Salary Schedule

1) Exact experience, i.e., elementary school principal to elementary school principal, will be granted on a one-year experience credit for one-year experience.
2) Similar experience, i.e., elementary school assistant principal to elementary school principal will be granted on a one-year experience credit for each two-years' experience.
3) Experience will be granted for assistant principals at one year administrative experience for each five years of teaching experience or actual administrative experience--whichever is greater.
4) Experience will be granted for service directors based on the criteria as delineated in # 1 and # 2 above.
 
 

Specialty Salary Scale (pdf document)

Includes Speech and Language Pathologists, Occupational Therapists, and Physical Therapists.

  • $44,774 - $93,476

Supplements not included in salary totals:

  • Doctorate - $5,519
  • Masters + 30 (30 credits must be earned in Master's level courses or higher from an accredited college/university) - $4,886
  • Masters + 15 (15 credits must be earned in Master's level courses or higher from an accredited college/university) - $4,517
  • Master's Degree - $4,147
  • Bachelors + 15 (15 credits must be earned in Master's Degree Program or Doctoral Program from an accredited college/university) - $1,143

Stafford County Public Schools Specialty Salary Scale is based on an annual number of days which are prorated for each position's contracted number of working days. At times the actual number of working days will be less due to unscheduled closures for: inclement weather, State proclamations, etc.


Classroom Paraprofessional Salary Scale (pdf document)

  • $13,415 - $28,007

Stafford County Public Schools Paraprofessionals' Salary Scale is based on an annual number of days which are prorated for each position's contracted number of working days. At times the actual number of working days will be less due to unscheduled closures for: inclement weather, State proclamations, etc.


Educational Interpreter Salary Scale (pdf document)

  • Range I - $27,409 - $58,068
  • Range II - $30,258 - $64,104
  • Range III - $33,353 - $70,659
  • Range IV - $35,355 - $74,901
  • RID (Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf) - $37,476 - $79,395
 

Educational Supplements for Educational Interpreters

  • Bachelor's Degree - $1,561
  • Associate's Degree - $1,041

Stafford County Public Schools Educational Interpreters' Salary Scale is based on an annual number of days which are prorated for each position's contracted number of working days. At times the actual number of working days will be less due to unscheduled closures for: inclement weather, State proclamations, etc.


School Nurse Salary Scale (pdf document)

  • $33,358 - $69,596

Stafford County Public Schools Nurses' Salary Scale is based on an annual number of days which are prorated for each position's contracted number of working days. At times the actual number of working days will be less due to unscheduled closures for: inclement weather, State proclamations, etc.


Service Personnel Salary Scale - Grade 4 - 40 - Steps 0 through 30 (pdf document)

Stafford County Public Schools Service Personnel Salary Scale is based on an annual number of days which are prorated for each position's contracted number of working days. At times the actual number of working days will be less due to unscheduled closures for: inclement weather, State proclamations, etc.


Bus Drivers' Salary Scale (pdf document)

Stafford County Public Schools Bus Drivers' Salary Scale is based on an annual number of days which are prorated for each position's contracted number of working days. At times the actual number of working days will be less due to unscheduled closures for: inclement weather, State proclamations, etc.


Bus Monitors' Salary Scale (pdf document)

Stafford County Public Schools Bus Monitors' Salary Scale is based on an annual number of days which are prorated for each position's contracted number of working days. At times the actual number of working days will be less due to unscheduled closures for: inclement weather, State proclamations, etc.


Nutrition Services Salary Scale (pdf document)

Managers: 
  • High School - Grade 21 - $24,321 - $51,014
  • Middle School - Grade 20  - $23,149 - $48,556
  • Elementary - Grade 19 - $22,033 - $46,216
Assistant Managers and Part-time Lead Workers:
  • High School Asst. Manager -  Grade 15 - $17,817 - $37,310
  • Middle School Asst. Manager - Grade 14 - $16,930 - $35,512
  • Lead Worker - Grade 13 - $16,114 - $33,801
Cafeteria (Part-time) Hourly Scale  - $9.38 - $13.93

Stafford County Public Schools Nutrition Services' Salary Scales are based on an annual number of days which are prorated for each position's contracted number of working days.  At times the actual number of working days will be less due to unscheduled closures for:  inclement weather, State proclamations, etc.

Temporary Personnel Hourly Rates (pdf document)


Benefits available to our employees include the following:

  • Advanced degree supplements for instructional staff
  • Retirement system including life insurance and disability retirement option
  • Paraprofessionals to assist with a variety of instructional programs
  • Health Insurance: Anthem Blue Cross/Blue Shield - choice of plan coverage
  • Colleague And Mentor Program for beginning teachers and teachers new to Stafford (C.A.M.P.)
  • Supplemental insurance options available
  • Flexible Benefits Program
  • Employee Assistance Program (ASSIST)
  • Tax sheltered annuities (All SCPS employees to include subsitutes, hourly and part-time positions, can invest in our 403(b) program through pre-tax payroll deductions.  Please click here for a list of the approved vendors.
  • Employee and Family Wellness Program
  • Virginia Credit Union membership available
  • Apple Credit Union membership available
  • Sick leave and sick leave bank
  • Dental Insurance Program available
  • Personal Leave
  • Professional Leave
  • Bereavement Leave
  • Teacher Recognition Programs
  • Worker's Compensation
  • Service Employee Recognition Program
  • Staff development and professional growth opportunities
  • Professional liability insurance
  • Optional life insurance available through the retirement system
  • Voluntary Leave Donation Program
 
     
  LINKS AND RESOURCES  
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SCPS Employee Benefit Handbook  (pdf document)


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Last Updated:  08/04/2013

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