- 1 Who is the superintendent of Marion County?
- 2 Who is the highest paid superintendent in Florida?
- 3 Who is the superintendent of Lee County?
- 4 Who is the superintendent of Hillsborough County?
- 5 How much does Superintendent Carvalho make?
- 6 Who are the Lee County School Board members?
- 7 Who is Addison Davis?
Who is the superintendent of Marion County?
– Marion County Schools have a new superintendent. The Marion County Board of Education voted to approve Dr. Donna Hage as superintendent of Marion County Schools. She will begin her one-year contract on July 1 with a salary of $120,000.
Who is the highest paid superintendent in Florida?
Highest paying cities in Florida for Superintendents
- Naples, FL. 14 salaries reported. $101,512. per year.
- Fort Myers, FL. 105 salaries reported. $98,357. per year.
- Tampa, FL. 183 salaries reported. $97,115. per year.
- Orlando, FL. 109 salaries reported. $85,996. per year.
- Miami, FL. 32 salaries reported. $85,042. per year.
Who is the superintendent of Lee County?
Lee County Superintendent Dr. Ken Savage addresses COVID questions during a Facebook Live. LEE COUNTY, Fla.
Who is the superintendent of Hillsborough County?
TAMPA, Fla. – The Hillsborough County School Board and Superintendent Addison Davis agreed Tuesday on a plan for Davis to improve his performance from harsh criticism from some employees.
How much does Superintendent Carvalho make?
According to The News-Press, Miami-Dade County Public Schools superintendent Alberto Carvalho received a salary for the budget year 2008-2009 of $275,000.00. Total compensation totaled $330,502.00. District teacher contracts are negotiated with United Teachers of Dade.
Who are the Lee County School Board members?
- Mary Fischer, District 1.
- Melisa W. Giovannelli, District 2.
- Chris N. Patricca, District 3.
- Debbie Jordan, District 4 (Chair)
- Gwynetta S. Gittens, District 5.
- Betsy Vaughn, District 6 (Vice Chair)
- Cathleen O’Daniel Morgan, District 7.
Who is Addison Davis?
Addison Davis is the Superintendent of Schools for Hillsborough County Public Schools where he took office in March 2020. He believes in putting students’ best interests at the heart of all decision-making, goal-based management, and building a school system that embraces the entire community.