New contracts -- and raises -- for Mundelein High's superintendent and principal
In addition to approving the five-year labor pact with support workers, the Mundelein High School board approved new one-year contracts with about 40 nonunionized employees Wednesday, including the superintendent and principal.
Administrative assistants, maintenance workers, staffers working in the business and technology offices and some departmental directors got new one-year contracts, too.
The deals are effective July 1.
Superintendent Kevin Myers' salary will increase to $199,999, up nearly 4.6% from $191,290, said Shane McCreery, the school's human resources director.
Myers has been Mundelein High's superintendent since 2014. Starting this fall, he'll also serve as superintendent of Mundelein Elementary District 75. Much of the districts overlap geographically, and both will contribute to his salary and benefits.
Principal Anthony Kroll's salary will increase to $182,765, up about 4% from $175,736, McCreery said. Kroll has been principal since 2013.
As for the other nonunionized employees, about 20 administrators will receive 4% pay increases, McCreery said.
Eighteen workers in other roles will receive 3% raises.
All together, the raises will cost the district an additional $94,946, McCreery said.