Salary Scales & Work Schedules
The yearly salary is based, not on twelve months, but on 190 work days. If you are
employed after the first of the year, your salary will be different from the amount listed
on the Teacher Salary Scale.
To compute your monthly gross income, figure the following:
- Take the yearly rate from the salary schedule and divide by 190 days. This will give you your daily rate.
- Add the number of days left in the school year that you will work. Multiply the number of days you will work by the daily rate. This will give you your fiscal yearly rate.
- Divide the fiscal yearly rate by the number of pay periods left in the year. This will give you your gross monthly salary.