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Salaries for KUSD

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Top 20 Salaries
Hancock, Michele  Superintendent  $195,000  2012  
Davis, Karen E  Asst Super El Schl Leadership  $144,562  2012  
Tenuta, Daniel Mark  Asst Super Sec Schl Leadership  $144,562  2012  
Glass, Sheronda Gayle  Exec Dir Business  $142,927  2012  
Lattimore, Anderson Joseph  Principal E-school  $134,737  2012  
Aiello, Richard J  Principal High School  $130,304  2012  
Sinclair, Kurt Alan  Principal High School  $130,304  2012  
Savaglio-jarvis, Susan A  Asst Super Teaching/learning  $129,991  2012  
Hittman, William R  Director Lakeview Tech Academy  $129,254  2012  
Finnemore, Patrick M  Director Of Facilities  $129,254  2012  
Ormseth, Bethany  High School Principal  $129,254  2012  
Haithcock, William R  High School Principal  $129,254  2012  
Keckler, Kristopher  Ex Dir Info Sys/data Mgt/eval  $123,399  2012  
Walters, Karen A  Principal High School  $121,935  2012  
Valeri, Susan Marie  Director Spec Ed/std Support  $121,935  2012  
Grantham, Belinda K  Administrator Pre-school Educ  $117,381  2012  
Miller, Sharon Grace  Middle School Principal  $116,501  2012  
Fischer, Kimmarie  Middle School Principal  $115,182  2012  
Schmitz, Tina M  Chief Financial Officer  $114,107  2012  
Llanas, Ernest  Middle School Principal  $113,862  2012  
Weirick, Nancy  Elementary Principal  $113,862  2012  


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Do you believe Gov. Scott Walker will reconsider his denial of the Kenosha casino before Thursday's deadline?
No. He's too concerned about a negative effect on his presidential aspirations.
Yes. With last week's offer by the Menominee Nation and Hard Rock International to foot part of the bill for a new Milwaukee Bucks arena, the deal has become too sweet for him to refuse.
Yes. He never should have denied it in the first place.
No. He made the right decision the first time around.

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