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Highest-Paid Public School Officials, Part 1

Information was obtained from school districts in Monroe County using the Freedom of Information Act and from other sources. Ranked by current salary.

2016 Rank

1  Susan Allen Superintendent, East Irondequoit Central School District
2  Kenneth Graham Jr. Superintendent, Rush-Henrietta Central School District
3  Barbara Deane-Williams Superintendent, Rochester City School District
4  Kevin McGowan Superintendent, Brighton Central School District
5  John Abbott Deputy superintendent, East Irondequoit Central School District
6  Michael Crumb Superintendent, Spencerport Central School District
7  Jeffrey Crane Superintendent, West Irondequoit Central School District
8  Larry Ellison Principal, Rochester City School District
9  Michael Pero Superintendent, Pittsford Central School District
10  Carmen Gumina Superintendent, Webster Central School District
11  Kathleen Graupman Superintendent, Greece Central School District
12  Eugene Mancuso Superintendent, Honeoye Falls-Lima Central School District
13  Shaun Nelms Educational partnership organization superintendent (East High School), Rochester City School District
14  Thomas Putnam Superintendent, Penfield Central School District
15  Kimberle Ward Superintendent, Gates Chili Central School District
16  Scott Massie Assistant superintendent for human resources, Hilton Central School District
17  Lesli Myers Superintendent, Brockport Central School District
18  Casey Kosiorek Superintendent, Hilton Central School District
    Brett Provenzano Superintendent, Fairport Central School District
20  Philip Oberst Assistant superintendent for human resources, East Irondequoit Central School District
21  Deborah Baker Assistant superintendent for curriculum and instruction, Brighton Central School District
22  Lauren Poehlman Chief financial officer, Rochester City School District
23  Loretta Orologio Superintendent, Churchville-Chili Central School District
    Mark Sansouci Assistant superintendent for business, Penfield Central School District
25  Bonnie Atkins Principal, Rochester City School District

 

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