New Castle News
NEW CASTLE —
Wilmington school district’s principals and other professional staff will receive wage increases next year.
Despite a struggle to cut the budget, the school board Monday night adopted a compensation plan for the four principals, the special education supervisor and the school psychologist, which provides pay hikes of $2,300 each.
Superintendent Dr. C. Joyce Nicksick pointed out the wages for those positions were frozen last year.
She noted they previously had been paid $800 for professional dues, and those were eliminated.
The individuals in those positions and their new salaries will be:
•George Endrizzi, elementary principal, kindergarten to sixth grades, $91,132
•Kenneth Jewell, elementary principal, kindergarten to sixth grades, $89,250
•Benjamin Fennick, high school principal, grades seven to 12, $103,160
•Robert Kwiat, high school principal, grades seven to 12, $91,100
•Mary Anne Grubic, special education supervisor, $90,660
•Cynthia Wright, psychologist, $63,120.