Salary Schedules for the 2013-2014 school year will be posted shortly after the 2013-2014 budget has been authorized by Governor McCrory. The current budget proposal indicates that Wake County Public School System employees will not receive a salary increase for the 2013-2014 school year.
Teachers and other licensed staff (e.g. media specialists, psychologists, audiologists, speech-language pathologists, counselors and social workers) are paid on state-adopted salary schedules based on licensure, years of experience, and degree held.
Assistant principals are paid on a state-adopted salary schedule based on licensure, years of experience, and degree held.
Principals are paid on a state-adopted salary schedule based upon years of experience in education, years as a school administrator, and number of state-funded teachers supervised. Salaries for all other public school employees are determined by the position.
Employees receiving less than twelve monthly wage payments per school year may contact their financial institution regarding a summer cash savings account.
Voluntary payroll deduction amounts are determined by the employee. You can use the Net Pay Calculator, an online program, to estimate a monthly take-home or net pay when salary is averaged over a period of twelve months. To view the Net Pay Calculator, visit http://info.wcpss.net/webinsights/