Teachers salaries for 07-08 were released on Friday

The SeeThroughNY site has released the following public information:

For Pay Year 2007-2008, not including what the newspapers call “fringe benefits” (add another 25-30% to that)

Last, First       Salary
Castellani, Raymond    $152,682
Sensenig, Neysa    $136,185
Toombs, Marie    $125,142
Burkett, Dennis    $122,076
Pesavento Jr, Joseph    $119,994
Bakatsias, Efthimios    $115,963
Van Cuyck, Ray    $114,813
O’Donnell, Jonnah    $112,669
Smith, Susan    $109,470
Virga, Michael    $108,308
Lyons, Marion    $107,518
Domanski, Ronald    $107,289
Taddeo, Frank    $106,659
Tumbarello, Roger    $103,996
Benjamin, Barbara    $103,325
Samselski, Walter    $102,976
Adams, Paul    $102,891
Smith, Arthur    $102,765
Lipsey, Francine    $102,104
Meyer, Glenn    $101,687
Carofano, Peter    $101,576
Koonz, Robert    $101,200
Ibsen, Mary    $100,547
Zambito, James    $100,522
Felicello, Frank    $100,222
Fino, Neil    $100,135
Bozzo, Fredric    $100,088
Douglas, Michael    $99,922
Onusko, David    $99,798
Madden, Katiellen    $99,649
Morrill, Jane    $99,254
Casey, Anne    $98,958
Saulpaugh, David    $98,766
Trapani, Susan    $98,708
Berkowitz, Marlene    $97,569
Minard, Gail    $97,465
Trapani, Phyllis    $97,426
Mc Mullen, Mary    $97,295
Ricciardone, Celeste    $97,265
Scaturro, Carolyn    $97,174
Markewycz, Zwenyslawa    $97,157
Floor, Cindy    $97,149
Dallvechia, Noreen    $96,925
Baker, Marie    $96,789
Lichtenberg, Susan    $96,410
Utter, Susan    $96,265
Neely, Theresa    $96,265
Simmons, Henry    $96,265
Messina, Rosanne    $95,958
Gosiewski, Michael    $95,779
Brown, Scott    $95,550
Kallman, Francine    $95,177
Tersillo, Anthony    $95,072
Sylvester, Samuel    $94,655
Kulaga, Thomas    $94,600
Budryk, Judith    $94,277
Kroh, Penny    $94,075
Crudele, Diane    $93,755
Edick, Carolyn    $93,189
Long, Mary    $92,989
Mc Court, Pamela    $92,369
Virga, Kathleen    $92,366
Diulio, Larry    $91,984
Mc Laughlin, Darlene    $90,877
Appler, Kathleen    $90,689
Walsh, Patricia    $88,214
Pirillo, Deborah    $88,183
Schramm, Margaret    $88,063
Natoli, Tamara    $86,426
Devenuto, Marguerite    $85,786
Hayes, Lynn    $85,280
Walker, Stephen    $84,933
Corsetti, Darren    $84,933
Brennan, Norma    $84,784
Onusko, Michele    $84,634
Shillieto, John    $84,634
Cerchia, Donna    $83,147
Daniel, Theresa    $82,822
Bardunias, Valerie    $82,456
Becker, Rory    $80,953
Giacoia, Annmarie    $80,417
Scaturro, Marcy    $79,970
Keeping, Carol    $79,605
Schafer, Colleen    $79,308
Hecht, Robin    $79,289
Amer, Robin    $78,711
Mc Carthy, Mary    $78,579
Gallagher, Matthew    $78,317
Bellucci, Barbara    $77,052
Boyd, Gary    $76,850
O’Connor, Patricia    $76,780
Carbone, Melissa    $76,438
Kenney, Amanda    $76,424
Devine, Stacia    $76,383
Calvin, Betsy    $76,072
Monteverde, Mary    $75,798
Shillieto, Theresa    $75,692
Gannon, Jane    $74,762
Mc Kay, Geraldine    $74,762
Roberts, Nicole    $73,941
Smith, Jacoba    $73,839
Dequarto, Janice    $73,624
Rogers-Carroll, Kathy    $72,848
Mazzella, Ricki    $72,708
Rantinella, Marissa    $72,463
Grey, Steven    $72,320
Rafferty, Bernard    $71,076
Degeorge, Scott    $70,899
Nagel, Erin    $70,432
Wiltse, Beth    $70,343
Leduc Jr, Raymond    $70,170
Pesano, Geoffrey    $69,993
Webb, Robert    $69,830
Mc Carthy, Kerry    $69,785
Harris, Arlene    $69,355
Wertz, Stephen    $68,814
Schoonmaker, Donna    $68,668
Montemorra, Kelly    $67,992
Logue, Elise    $67,875
Boyd, Christine    $67,579
Russo, Mary-Ann    $67,385
Long, Tanya    $67,301
Morrissey, John    $67,161
Sullivan, Alice    $66,931
Retcho, Lucinda    $66,505
Jordan, Candice    $66,226
Keane, Kathleen    $66,100
Baker, Beth    $65,745
Sedgwick, Merri    $65,551
Santora, Sarah    $65,546
Porcelli, Nancy    $65,512
Trapani, Gary    $65,284
Koehler, Michael    $65,250
Estevez-Cummings, Yeleny    $64,737
Martino, Cristi    $64,652
Davidovits, Deborah    $64,300
Hastings, Emeline    $63,059
McInerney, Timothy    $63,010
Tremblay, Amy    $62,738
Dzichko, Elizabeth    $62,660
Fischer, Alicia    $62,003
Garitta, Pamela    $61,860
Ferrari, Jennifer    $60,905
Alonge, Matthew    $60,817
Trapani, Krista    $60,617
Carpenter, Crisseda    $60,463
Marallo, John    $60,345
Williams, Christine    $60,333
Greiner, Jemma    $60,213
Russo, Rosemarie    $60,168
Bertinato, Melissa    $59,565
Howlett, Kimberly    $58,852
Sicari, Tracy    $58,774
Smith, Janice    $58,550
Maouris, Sarah    $58,270
Falco, Lisa    $58,174
Baker, Adam    $57,827
Giametta, Denise    $57,302
Amodeo, Alicia    $57,143
Atkins, Jennifer    $56,956
Kahl, Lauren    $56,833
Amodeo, Sarah    $56,719
Garitta, Andrea    $56,545
Mazza, Marie    $56,465
Schroeder, John    $56,409
Canino, Matthew    $56,329
Grier, Christine    $56,329
Barbulean, Brian    $56,146
Destefano, Linda    $56,035
Carroll, Kathleen    $55,953
Smith, Kelly    $55,689
Guerriero, Mary-Lynn    $55,604
Mylie, Michelle    $55,389
Demarco, Robert    $55,276
Gillis, Chana    $54,910
Kelly, Elizabeth    $54,741
Verdi, Gina    $54,566
Bare, Geoffrey    $54,421
McAteer, Keith    $54,018
Budryk, Thomas    $53,691
Paltridge, William    $53,684
Festa, Ann    $53,673
Carofano, Peter    $53,401
Congelli, Joann    $53,373
Dilorenzo, Joanne    $53,063
Dina, Lisa    $53,063
Feeney, Tracy    $52,843
Glaser, Kristina    $52,643
Sanchez, Jose    $51,792
Betterton, Meghan    $51,124
Messina, Kassia    $51,080
Healy, Kara    $51,065
Van De Mark, Kristina    $50,936
Auchmoody, Rebecca    $50,815
Viviani, Andrea    $49,985
Beck, Brian    $49,134
Sosnick, Michael    $48,939
Noto, Antoinette    $48,707
Raffaele, Nicole    $48,597
Bruno, Maria    $48,516
St. Germain, Courtney    $48,247
Devenuto, John    $47,621
Alm, Jessica    $47,226
Morrill, Jenna    $45,360
McCormick, Megan    $37,482
Runberg, Katelin    $34,812
Houck, Katie    $33,720

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14 Responses

  1. so what does everyone think of these salaries? to high? fair?

  2. Anonymous, I think our teacher and administration salaries are outrageous. This is the major reason why our taxes are so high and only 30% of the school budget actually goes to educating our children. We need to work with the teachers union to find a way bring salaries back to reasonable levels or I believe there will be a massive grass-roots efforts to abolish the union altogether. We must think of our children. Paying a teacher over $100k a year, PLUS benefits makes absolutely no sense. We need to keep in mind that teachers work 6 hours a day – 9.5 months out of the year.
    Susan of Marlboro

  3. So now that the budget vote is over, is this thing not going to get updated?

  4. Teachers must absolutely be paid well. How do you expect to gain or keep excellent teachers. 100k is not enough for a teacher. When you devalue the job a teacher does you then will devalue your students education.

  5. I think the “entitlement” mentality of the teachers union has to come to grips with the current economic situation facing America. The fat days are gone and we all have to give a little which the teachers union has so far refused to do and the level of income and raises and benefits can no longer be supported by the private sector. People are struggling to hang on to $40K jobs and this person feels justified in demanding $100K – that is outrageous. Thank you.

  6. Tina, you have made very, very valid points. Thank you for your input.

  7. The salaries are nuts!!! Let’s face in we are in this thing deep. More properties on the market as days go by. People leaving not because they want to but because they have to! The taxes on some properties are so high they may never sell…. Stand up people of Marlboro fight for this place you love….
    A small number showing up at Board meetings and Town meetings isn’t enough!! We need signs in every yard… many people at every meeting…the only way to be taken seriously is to be serious. Act Now !!! The teachers salaries will drop dramatically when noone is here to teach!!! They should take pay cuts NOW…

  8. In response to Susan, Tina, and Sue B-

    I think it is unfair to expect teachers to take a pay cut when they are doing everything they can to educate your children. Teachers do not work ONLY six hours a day, 9.5 months a year – every teacher I know takes work home every evening, every weekend, and prepare a multitude of materials during the summer months. Teachers don’t feel any more entitled than any other professional. Don’t you think the people who spend the bulk of the day with your children, teaching them not just math and reading but sportsmanship, communication, and general good moral judgment, deserve a decent paycheck?

    Have any of you taken a pay cut recently?

    How about monitoring where our tax dollars go? Do we really need state-of-the-art football fields? Will that help our kids get ahead in their education?? Quality teachers are worth the money; fancy turf, not so much. Future projects should deal with needs, not wants.

    Also, be aware that ADMINISTRATORS are included on that salary list, not just teachers, and usually the highest paid – they are not included in the teachers’ union and generally are not remembered in the whole “teachers should take a pay cut” argument. Is our superintendent really worth his price tag? Shouldn’t the administrators take a pay cut before asking their teachers to, as well?

  9. This is pathetic, your trying to make sense of a teacher making 100k plus. We all know teaching is a cushy job. Try digging ditches or working in the corporate world pushing 80hours per week for half the money. THESE OUTRAGEOUS SALARIES MUST STOP NOW. 224 homes in Marlboro are for sale, why…the TAXES are stupidly wayyyyyy too high. Our school board is corrupt. 70 to 80% of our taxes go to pay for teachers who work 9 months out of a 12 month year. As far as incentives, what ever happend to doing your DAMN job! With unions their is NONE of this. I spent 15 years in HR- Unions were needed in the beginning(years ago) for workers safety, but now they are outdated and need to be removed- their is NO SUCH THING as merit pay with unions-thus no incentives for anyone to do a good job and no fear of ever being fired. Competition builds this. SHow tme the stats on teacher making 100k that there students are any smarter than the 30k/year teacher? Then again I want to examine these stats if they ever come to rise to determine its validity…..

  10. This is pathetic, your trying to make sense of a teacher making 100k plus. We all know teaching is a cushy job. Try digging ditches or working in the corporate world pushing 80hours per week for half the money. THESE OUTRAGEOUS SALARIES MUST STOP NOW. 224 homes in Marlboro are for sale, why…the TAXES are stupidly wayyyyyy too high. Our school board is corrupt. 70 to 80% of our taxes go to pay for teachers who work 9 months out of a 12 month year. As far as incentives, what ever happend to doing your DAMN job! With unions their is NONE of this. I spent 15 years in HR- Unions were needed in the beginning(years ago) for workers safety, but now they are outdated and need to be removed- their is NO SUCH THING as merit pay with unions-thus no incentives for anyone to do a good job and no fear of ever being fired. Competition builds this. Show me the stats on teachers making 100k that there students are any smarter than the 30k/year teacher? Then again I want to examine these stats if they ever come to rise to determine its validity…..

  11. The Marlboro Teachers Union offerred no concessions to help the average taxpayer in this time of need. Many school districts have made conscious efforts to help but this union did nothing. The average salary for people in Marlboro is $50,000 or less and these taxes are way too high both for school and town.
    This cannot continue….people are losing their homes.
    Doesn’t that mean anything to the union participants….

  12. I am a veteran DARE instructor and was privileged to work in Marlboro from 1991 to 1997. To my surprise, teachers do NOT work 6 hours a day and have summers off. Preparation, study, workload, organization and making it all happen for those that don’t find education so easy is just a part of what a teacher does. A lot of times, teachers are surrogate parents and counsellors, coaches and people to look up to in life. So let’s just pay them a DAY CARE workers value, and lets do it for the 6 hour day and 180 days per year and see what we get. 30 students at $5.00 per hour is $150 times 6 hours is $900.00 per day times 180 days per year is $162,000.00 per school year. And that’s just babysitting. We need to stop sacrificing what’s good in our communities and manage our monies correctly. And for those who think teachers have a cushy job, I learned the hard way instructing DARE and challenge you to spending just one day babysitting 180 kids 30 each time for 6 periods…not even trying to teach them something and then using empirical data, comment again. Keep what’s good, rewards what’s valuable and manage the rest.

  13. For all of you teacher bashers out there, you need to get a clue. Try spending 6-7 hours a day meeting the needs of 20-30 children for an entire school year, then talk about how “cushy” a teacher’s job is. Anthony, you talk about digging ditches. Teachers have to go through a MINIMUM of six years of college education to obtain the required BA and MA to maintain their certification. Not to mention the 175 hours of professional development they have to go through every five years. Most teachers have student loan debt near that of those going to medical school or law school and do not start near what they make. Teachers also spend countless hours outside of school (if you think summer vacations are just beaches and margaritas you are nuts). While the taxes are high think about who you want in the classroom with your child. A highly educated professional or a glorified babysitter? Think about it before you start slamming teacher salaries!

  14. I GUESS EVERY STATE IS FACING A BUDGET CRISIS AND THE UNIONS THINK ITS BUSINESS AS USUAL.
    I have said it before – the PRIVATE sector has been under the gun for 20 years and all I hear is teachers and unions saying they don’t know anyone who is hurting. READ a newspaper about Europe – the entitlement age is done as the private sector can no longer support all these 100k salaries on our 35k. Yeah I would love a raise but haven’t gotten one at all for the past five years and every year its harder to keep up with the taxes in this town!! Cut back on spending.

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