That taxing body operates Westbrook, Fairview and Lions Park elementary schools and Lincoln Middle School.
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Shakedown For More Cash
These 160 government employees just threatened to go on strike arguing that they weren't pulling down as much cash as their fellow unionized counterparts in nearby suburbs.
But a glance at the actual salaries of these Mt. Prospect grammar school employees suggests that they weren't doing too badly at all.
In fact, they were doing quite well when you consider that most of them work only 9 months, have gold-plated pension and health care plans and got their degrees from the slums of academia -- schools of education.
Word now is that the SD 57 school board has reached an "agreement" on salary and pension issues. Given the strangle-holds that the powerful, leftist IEA unionists have on most school boards, that means that the board -- supposedly the taxpayer's advocate --has caved in to their demands.
Just take a look at the actual teachers and administrators salaries. They aren't at all paltry for grammar school marms. Here in the wintry throes of a seemingly never-ending economic recession, these militant government employees are doing a lot better than a lot of the taxpayers from whom, they once again, extorted more cash.
Printed below are the names and salaries of all the employees of Mt. Prospect SD 57. These salaries are the latest available and were obtained via a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit by the Family Taxpayers Foundation.
Among the highlights:
-- A Gym teacher pulling down $91k
-- A $90k Elementary school Spanish teacher
-- $87k for teaching reading to grammar school students
-- A $76k social worker
Click on the individual name to get more data on the particular Mount Prospect School District 57 government employee:
That concludes the list of 2012 salaries of teachers and administrators in Mt. Prospect School District 57