How much do local school district administrators make?

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The cities and unincorporated communities along the border between Southwest Riverside County and North San Diego County include 10 separate school districts.  The smallest district in the region serves a little more than 2,000 students. The largest has nearly 30,000 students. Administrators in all of these districts make salaries in the six figures. In 2018, the superintendent of Fallbrook Union High School District, who was terminated with severance pay after asking to resign, made more than any administrator in any of the region’s school districts. The superintendent of Fallbrook’s elementary school district also makes about $60,000 more than the superintendent of the region’s largest school district, Temecula Valley Unified. The following salary numbers were taken from
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