Administrator and Teacher Compensation ReportDistrict 2 maintains a low student/teacher ratio -- meaning there are fewer students assigned per teacher to provide the best possible outcomes for our students.
Administrative costs in District 2 are below the statewide average. In this report from Illinois State Board of Education, District 2 administrative costs are placed in the third quartile (fourth being the lowest-cost quartile).
Compensation for District 2 teachers and administrators is shown in this report required by state law.
Employees whose compensation exceeds $75,000Total compensation packages for each employee with a total compensation package exceeding $75,000 in 2022-2023 are listed in the District's Employees With Total Compensation Exceeding $75,000 Report, as required by state law.
Employee Retirement Costs
District 2’s employees participate in either the Teacher Retirement System (“TRS”) or the Illinois Municipal Retirement Fund (“IMRF”). You can learn more about both plans in Note IV.B. to the District's financial statements (pp. 23-26). You can download reports from IMRF at this link and from TRS at this link.
Pending Compensation Packages -- none pending
No compensation proposals are being presented to the Board at this time.
Transparency in Coverage - Machine Readable Files
The Transparency in Coverage Final Rule requires disclosure of the negotiated rates with in-network providers and the historic allowed amounts paid to out-of-network providers, for all health plans available to employers. Files containing this information for the plans covered are published at the following link.
The files may be large and download times may be significant. Internet speed, browser, and computer hardware may impact your download time/speed.
Depending on your operating system, you may need to download a tool to open the files. There are various tools available on the Internet; some are free and some are at cost.
For more information on machine-readable files, please refer to the Implementation Guide.