Lawrence Township school board approves new contract with principals, supervisors


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Lawrence Township Public Schools principals, assistant principals, supervisors and the athletic director are in line to receive an annual salary increase of 2.9 percent under a contract approved by the Board of Education.

The new four-year contract between the board and the Lawrence Township Principals and Supervisors Association took effect July 1 and will expire on June 30, 2021. The association represents the principals of seven schools five assistant principals, eight supervisors and the district’s athletic director.

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Lawrence High School Principal David Adam will be paid $158,069 in the first year of the contract. Lawrence Middle School Principal Mindy Milavksy will be paid $152,062 and Lawrence Intermediate School Principal Cynthia Westhead will be paid $135,190.

Lawrenceville Elementary School Principal Melissa Lockett will be paid $136,299 and Ben Franklin Elementary School Principal Jay Billy will be paid $161,645.

Eldridge Park School Principal Kathryn Robbins will be paid $155,918 and Slackwood Elementary School Principal Jeanne Muzi will be paid $113,000.

The three assistant principals at Lawrence High School, Alyson Fischer, Fay Lopez and Clifford Williams, will be paid $100,542, $97,298 and $121,022, respectively.

Lawrence Middle School Assistant Principal Louis Solomon will be paid $105,000 and Lawrence Intermediate School Assistant Principal Amy Amiet will be paid $97,298.

Athletic Director Gregg Zenerovitz will be paid $108,045.

The eight supervisors will be paid between $97,298 and $122,869, depending on the position.

The agreement also states that current members of the administrators’ union will receive 23 days of vacation. Individuals hired after July 1 will receive 17 days of vacation in the first year and one additional vacation day for each additional year they work in the district, up to a maximum of 20 vacation days.

Most of the 21 administrators work 12 months. Seven supervisors and three assistant principals work 10 months, but four of those 10 positions – the supervisor of guidance and three other administrators – will become 12-month employees.

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