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School Board of Clay County
February 4, 2021 - Regular School Board Meeting
C4 - Complete Salary Schedule 2020-21

Florida Statutes 1012.22 and 1012.27 require the district school board and superintendent to adopt a salary schedule to be used as a basis for paying school district employees.

Agreements with both CCEA and CESPA have been ratified by all parties.   The attached document represents those agreements along with the Administrative/Management/Supervisory/Confidential Section, Miscellaneous, and Travel to complete the Salary Schedule for 2020-2021.  The document is routinely updated as changes occur.

The CCEA compensation increase includes funding by the state through the Teacher Salary Increase Allocation (TSIA) and through district contributions.  The TSIA provided funding to raise the minimum base salary to $44,867.00. The district's contribution, to the allocated TSIA funding, provided a minimum salary increase to veteran teachers of $1200.00.  Instructional Personnel received an average salary increase of 5.5%, with veteran teachers receiving an average salary increase of 2.5% for the 2020-2021 school year.  The District total contribution to the CCEA salary increase is approximately 1.8 million dollars for the 2020-2021 school year.

The CESPA compensation increase provided an hourly increase of one dollar ($1.00) for all support personnel.  Support personnel received an average of 7.33% increase for the remainder of the 2020-2021 school year, effective January 03, 2021.  The District total contribution to the CESPA salary increase is approximately 1.4 million dollars for the 2020-2021 school year. 

Included in the Miscellaneous Salary Schedule is an hourly increase of $0.96 per hour for current Clay County Police officers and sergeants. This hourly rate increase will be effective January 03, 2021.  Clay County Guardians will receive a $1.00 hourly rate increase, as other support employees, effective January 03, 2021.  

The administrative salary adjustment for the 2020-2021 school year is equivalent to a 2.6% increase for school-based administration, district administration, and cafeteria managers.  The starting base index is raised from $38,500 to $39,500. The District total contribution for administrative salary increase is approximately $484,000.

Gap Analysis

Annual approval of Salary Schedules are required pursuant to section F.S. 1011.60(4).


Previous Outcomes

Collective Bargaining agreement with both CESPA ratified on January 8, 2021 and CCEA ratified on January 13, 2021.  The Complete Salary Schedule was last brought to the Board on November 7, 2019.


Expected Outcomes

Approval of the 2020-2021 Salary Schedule as presented.

Strategic Plan Goal

Ensure the retention of effective employees.


Approve the 2020-2021 Salary Schedule as presented.

Brenda Troutman, Assistant Superintendent Human Resources. 904.336.6701
Financial Impact
Section I: Change in Table VIII which reflects a $1.00 increase effective January 03, 2021 for all confidential employees. This mirrors the step enrichment in the CESPA contract. Financial impact is included with the CESPA financial impact.
Administrative financial impact is $484,000, including benefits

Section II: See Certificated (CCEA) – Financial impact is $1.8 million including benefits

Section III: See Support (CESPA) – Financial impact is $1.4 million including benefits

Section IV: Miscellaneous Salaries: Financial impact is $57,000, including benefits

Section V: No change was recorded to administrative travel pay.
Review Comments
Salary Schedule 2020-2021 2 4 2021 Board Meeting.pdf