Frequent questions and issues
- The annual salary on your Salary Statement will NOT match the annual salary on your W2. The Salary Statement represents a school year (19-20), which falls over 2 different tax years (2019 and 2020). Your W2 for 2019 will report part of your 18-19 and part of your 19-20 salary, and your W2 for 2020 will report the rest of your 19-20 salary.
- The annual salary on your Salary Statement is a "gross" salary, and doesn't include any deductions for taxes, retirement, or voluntary deductions you may set up.
- The annual salary on your Salary Statement represents base pay and career ladder allotments (if applicable), and doesn't include any extra-duty stipends or supplemental pay you might receive, or extra duty days or hours you may work.
- Salary Statement are not issued to new employees who start after the beginning of the school year. These employees receive a Letter of Intent with their projected salary for the year.
- Salary Statements are not updated when employees change positions, assignments, or paygrades throughout the year. They are issued one time after the Board approves salaries.