The salaries for the top administrators at Buffalo Public Schools, including the Superintendent have been released. The former Superintendent, Dr. Kriner Cash took home a yearly salary of $318,917 before he resigned in March of 2022, according to WIVB. Dr. Tonja Williams officially replaced Dr. Kash as Superintendent for Buffalo Public Schools after receiving a unanimous vote from the School Board on Thursday.

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Buffalo Public Schools Releases The Salaries Of Highest Administrators

According to the document, here's how much money the following BPS employees make:

3. Barbara Girldestone (Director of Recruitment & Staffing Services) - $92,500
2. Julianna Sciolino (Chief Technology) - $150,000
1. Dr. Tonja Williams (Superintendent) - $270,000

The salaries of two other positions were released and listed as COVID-19 sick leave:

Chief Accountability Officer - $130,000 (CPSL LOA with pay effective 5/12/2022-5/17/2022)
Associate Superintendent of School Leadership - $140,000 (CPSL LOA with pay effective
6/21/2022-6/22/2022)

With two recent resignations, the district freed up over $200,000 in salaries:

Juliette Carbone (Resigned: Buffalo Financial Controller) - $105,000
Richard Fanton (Resigned: Director of Purchase) - $110,000

How Much Money Do Teachers Make Per Year In Buffalo?

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According to Salary.com teachers at public schools in Buffalo bring home significantly less than the top administrators,

The average Public School Teacher salary in Buffalo, NY is $52,588 as of June 28, 2022, but the range typically falls between $43,925 and $64,121. Salary ranges can vary widely depending on many important factors, including education, certifications, additional skills, the number of years you have spent in your profession.

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