Capital School District Salaries Over $100,000

The Capital School District is in the middle of Kent County where the capital of The First State lies.  Even their middle school, Central, boasts itself as being in “The Heart of Dover”.  Their enrollment has pretty much been flat over the past four years.  The district has two middle schools, one for 5-6 and one for 7-8.  Potential plans may change that in the future, but this also causes a bit more administrative positions than most school districts.  Superintendent Dan Shelton is going on his 3rd year in the district.  He replaced Dr. Michael Thomas who retired at the end of the 2014-2015 school year.  Capital is one of the districts in the state with the largest percentage of low-income students.  As notated in the article on Caesar Rodney, the competition between the two districts is well-known in Kent County!

Capital School District:

12 Schools

6,494 Students

39 Over $100k

 

DEMOGRAPHICS

African-American: 50.5%

American Indian: 1.1%

Asian: 2.4%

Hawaiian: .2%

Hispanic/Latino: 12.8%

White: 28.9%

Multi-Racial: 4.2%

English Language Learners: 6.5%

Low-Income: 48.9%

Special Education: 20%

 

SALARIES OVER $100k

Bruce Ashby, Supervisor Transportation, $114,596

Tammy Augustus, Principal, Hartly E.S., $119,272

Robert Bennett, Assistant Principal, Kent County Community School, $106,513

Shani Benson, Assistant Principal, East Dover E.S., $102,763

Lurleen Black, Assistant Principal, Central M.S., $116,485

William Buczynski, Principal, Kent County Secondary ILC, $110,591

Mary Cooke, Director Human Resources, $132,815

Linda Daye, Assistant Principal, William Henry M.S., $116,485

Joyce Denman, Director Special Education, $134,088

Paul Dunford, Director Instruction, $131,546

Kathleen Fitzgerald, Assistant Principal, Kent County Community School, $104,008

Julie Giangiulio, Principal, East Dover E.S., $110,378

Toriano Giddens, Principal, Towne-Point E.S., $124,294

Kelly Green, Principal, North Dover E.S., $111,647

Shan Green, Principal, Central M.S., $117,941

Tonya Guinn, Supervisor Student Support Services, $109,514

Elliot Hardin, Supervisor Buildings & Grounds, $110,787

Sylvia Henderson, Assistant Superintendent Academic Services, $140,693

Pamela Herrera, Director Elementary Instruction, $134,087

Adewunmi Kuforiji, Business Manager, $131,084

James Mark, Principal, Kent County Community School, $111,648

Tiffany (Tiiff) McCullough, Assistant Principal, Dover H.S., $117,154

Lenita McIntyre, Assistant Principal, South Dover E.S., $109,013

Eugene Montano, Supervisor Instruction, $123,067

Paige Morgan, Principal, Booker T Washington E.S., $109,106

Tina Pinkett, Assistant Principal, Dover H.S., $108,264

Michael Saylor, Supervisor School Success Planning, $108,246

Teresa Sharpe, Assistant Principal, Dover H.S., $109,532

Jeffrey Sheehan, Principal, South Dover E.S., $115,457

Dan Shelton, Superintendent, $162,739 (former Superintendent Dr. Michael Thomas had a salary of $199,564 four years ago, Shelton was a Principal at Kirk Middle School in the Christina School District back then)

Charles Sheppard, Principal, William Henry M.S., $124,294

Shawndell Solomon, Assistant Principal, Dover H.S., $105,724

David Thomas, Assistant Principal, Central Middle, $116,484

James Trower, Supervisor Child Nutrition, $114,596

Kevin Turner, Assistant Principal, Dover H.S., $114,613

Courtney Voshell, Principal, Dover H.S., $124,503

Melissa Voshell, Assistant Principal, William Henry M.S., $112,676

Benjamen Wells, Supervisor Technology, $113,325

Melissa White, Principal, Fairview E.S., $112,918

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Kevin Ohlandt

I am a proud parent of a son with Tourette's Syndrome and several other co-morbidities. I write on this blog to educate other parents so they know a bit more about not only special education, but all the really bad things that are happening with public schools in Delaware and the USA. We are all in this together, and if our children aren't able to advocate for themselves it's up to us parents! We need to stop letting companies run our schools, and demand our children get a proper education. Our Departments of Education in our states have become weak with fear from the bullying US DOE, and we need to take back our schools!

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