Glendale School District


Survey Highlights: 

  • Aside from receiving an increase for completion of a pre-approved Masters Degree, this district has no system for career salary advancement for its professional educators and we are unaware of any immediate plans to establish one. Educators in this school district have no way of knowing what salary increases, if any, they will receive in future years.


Salary Comparison

Starting SalaryCareer Maximum SalaryYears to Reach Maximum SalaryPre Act 10 Career Maximum Salary
1. This district has a written system for career salary advancement that is objective, predictable, and attainable by all teachers.
1. Before deciding to non-renew or terminate a teacher, this district always gives significant advance notice of any deficiencies and the opportunity and support to improve their performance
2. This district has a seniority based layoff procedure, rather than unpredictable subjective judgment.
3. This district has recall rights for teachers to return to their jobs after being laid off.
4. This district has "just cause" language for teacher discipline, non-renewal, and termination
5. This district allows teachers to appeal discipline, non-renewal, and termination decisions to an impartial arbitrator or judge.
1. This district provides time and resources on scheduled in-service days to help teachers meet state and district educator accountability requirements, including SLO's and PPG's.
2. This district has reduced or eliminated teacher preparation time.
3. This district has increased the length of the teacher work day without additional compensation.
4. This district has increased the number of required work days in the contracted year without additional compensation.
5. This district has made significant changes to health insurance benefits that have negatively impacted teachers by requiring either higher co-pays and premiums and/or reductions in scope and level of coverage.
6. This district has reduced or eliminated teacher retirement benefits promised to teachers as an incentive for remaining in this district for their career.
7. This district has reduced or eliminated sick leave benefits and/or accumulated sick leave.

Additional Information Regarding This School District: 

Though the Glendate School District currently has no system in place for career salary advancement, language in the Teacher Handbook recognizes the importance of continuing education in the professional development of teachers in the Grafton School District. To recognize and reward teachers who continue to upgrade their professional education, the Glendale School District will pay:

  • $8,000 base building pay increase for teachers who attain a Master's degree. The Master's degree must be in a program pre-approved by the Superintendent.
  • $65/credit reimbursement cost for teachers taking additional college credits. This stipend is good for up to 20 credits beyond a Bachelors degree, and unlimited credits beyond a Master's degree. All courses must be pre-approved by the Superintendent.

In addition, the Glendale School District will pay any teacher who achieves National Board certification $4,500 per year for 10 years.

The contract  breakage fees for this district are as follows:

7/1-7/31  $500

8/1-         $1000

District Required Educator Effectiveness Worklload

Number of SLO's per YearNumber of PPG's per YearLength of Summative Evaluation Cycle


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Accuracy of Information: Every attempt was made to ensure that the information on this District page was accurate at the time of publishing. If a district has made changes to employment policies, practices, compensation or benefits, we would appreciate an email letting us know of the changes so that we can update the information for the district as soon as possible.  Send updated or new information to [email protected]


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