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October 12, 2017
ALBEMARLE COUNTY TEACHER SALARIES, 2017-2018 For teachers with a bachelor's degree: » 0 years of experience: $46,000 » 10 years of experience: $50,625 » 20 years of experience: $57,900 » 30 years of experience: $67,600 As part of the Albemarle County School Board’s ongoing review of teacher compensation ...
January 13, 2017
Since 2011, the Albemarle County Public Schools have spent $10.8 million on raises for teachers and school staff. The division did not give teachers raises in the school years beginning in 2009 and 2010, documents showed, but spent $6.8 million on raises between 2007 and 2009. Documents presented ...
October 13, 2016
Albemarle County Public Schools finished its last school year with $800,000 more than it spent, a Thursday preliminary financial report on fiscal year 2015-16 showed. As with all local government operations that seek to avoid an annual financial deficit, the school division expects to have some surplus funds each ...
July 26, 2016
Missed state revenue targets could mean the Charlottesville and Albemarle County schools lose state money to support teacher and staff raises both divisions adopted for the current-year budget — but officials say raises will happen as promised anyway. Revenues fell $266 million short of forecasted growth, according to a news release ...
April 11, 2016
Local school divisions next year are being given more freedom in how they spend revenue gained from the Virginia lottery. For the state’s fiscal years 2017-18 biennial budget, the General Assembly allocated a total of $193.7 million of state lottery profits to a per-pupil supplement for school divisions ...
February 13, 2015
The Albemarle County School Board on Thursday voted 5-1 to send a $167.2 million funding request to the Board of Supervisors for fiscal year 2016. The request exceeds anticipated revenues by $2.73 million and is a 4.24 percent increase over the budget adopted for the current school ...
February 06, 2015
Albemarle County Public Schools’ financial picture could be getting a little sunnier. The Albemarle School Board is now anticipating an additional $1.2 million in state and local money, $395,247 in savings from decreased fuel and utility costs this year and savings due to retirement and employees leaving the ...
February 04, 2015
Following last week’s work session in which teachers spoke out for bigger raises, the Albemarle County School Board asked staff to bring more information about starting raises earlier in the year to an upcoming meeting. The board, however, did not make any formal decisions on the matter. Tuesday saw ...
January 28, 2015
After one week and two work sessions in the fiscal year 2016 budget process, Albemarle County Public School’s gloomy financial picture isn’t becoming any clearer. “Overall, this request is a very modest request,” Jackson Zimmerman, director of finance for the school division, told the board during a recent ...
May 09, 2014
The Albemarle County School Board and Board of Supervisors will have at least one more conversation about the FY15 budget. During a Thursday meeting, the School Board decided that they will return to the Supervisors with a request for one-time money. The School Board did not set an amount for ...
April 02, 2014
The Charlottesville School Board wants more options. At a Monday Town Hall focused largely on adjusting school start times, the Board rejected two proposals—both of which came with $1.6 million price tags for additional buses and drivers—and asked staff to return with another set of plans that ...
November 20, 2013
Early figures show that Albemarle County Public Schools are projecting a $6.5 million deficit for the 2015 fiscal year. Officials briefed the Albemarle County Board of Supervisors and school board in a joint budget meeting Thursday, where they identified that new revenues are not keeping pace with current expenditures ...
November 15, 2013
Early figures show that Albemarle County Public Schools are projecting a $6.5 million deficit for the 2015 fiscal year. Schools officials briefed the Board of Supervisors and School Board in a joint budget meeting Thursday, where they identified that new revenues are not keeping pace with current expenditures and ...