Teacher Salary Information
Average Teacher Salaries (A.R.S. §15-903.E, amended by Laws 2018, Ch. 285, §10)
Comments on average salary calculation: The average salary of all certified teachers employed at Pine Strawberry School District in FY 2023 on based calculations from May 2022. The School District is discussing further potential increases pending the finalization of the FY 2024 Budget. The below salaries are based on signed contract amounts and do not reflect additional funds to such as Insurance, Stipends, Incentives, Continuing Education, and Endorsements.
The average classroom size (PreK-8) for the FY2022-2023 was 13 students per grade (one class per grade).
The School District covers 100% of Medical and Dental Health Insurance cost.
The average salary for all teachers in FY24 $59,972
The average salary for all teachers in FY23 $57,273
The average salary for all teachers in FY22 $53,465
The average salary for all teachers in FY21 $52,936
The average salary for all teachers in FY20 $51,378
The average salary for all teachers in FY19 $50,667
The average salary for all teachers in FY18 $44,269
$3,284 = Dollar increase in average salary - FY2223 to FY2324
6% = Percentage increase in average salary - FY2223 to FY2324
Substitute Teacher pay is $150.00/Long Term Substitute (31 or more days) Teacher pay is Step1/BA = 39,174/206 Days = $190.17
If you need additional information, please contact Aimee Manjarres at 928-476-3283.
The U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights (OCR) enforces, among other statutes, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972. Title IX protects people from discrimination based on sex in education programs or activities that receive Federal financial assistance. Title IX states that:
No person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any education program or activity receiving Federal financial assistance.
Pine Strawberry School District #12 Title IX Contact is Kelly York at 928-476-3283 (Updated 1/01/2023)
COVID19 Safe Return to In-Person Instruction and Continuity of Services Plan
All LEAs receiving ESSER III funds must develop and make publicly available on their website, a plan for the Safe Return to In-Person Instruction and Continuity of Services.
- LEAs must seek public input and take such input into account in the development and revision of local plans
- If a plan was already in place, then the plan would need to be revised to address the new requirements to be in place for the first day of their next school year (SY21-22)
- The plan must be updated at least every 6 months, or more often depending on updates in CDC guidance – through September 30, 2023
Pine Strawberry School District #12 COVID Return Contact is Aimee Manjarres at 928-476-3283 (Updated 1/01/2023)
Annual Budget for the School District
Arizona Department of Education is required to post budget schedules, statements, and explanatory information for all Arizona School Districts operating budget in the State of Arizona.
Link to Current Public Hearing Notification
Annual Financial Reporting for the School District
The Annual Financial Report (AFR) is a report of expenditures made and revenues received for the school year beginning July 1st and ending June 30th of the following year. The report is put together by our Business Department and approved by the Governing Board. You are welcome to view it on the Arizona Department of Education website's “School Finance” page. Select Pine Strawberry School District from the drop-down menu.
Link to Current Public Hearing Notification
FY2023 Annual Financial Report
FY2022 Annual Financial Report
FY2021 Annual Financial Report
FY2020 Annual Financial Report
FY2019 Annual Financial Report
FY2018 Annual Financial Report
Annual Audit for the Pine Strawberry School District
The governing board of a school district that is required to comply with the single audit act amendments of 1996 (P.L. 104-156; 110 Stat. 1396; 31 United States Code sections 7501 through 7507) shall contract for at least annual financial and compliance audits of financial transactions and accounts subject to the single audit act amendments of 1996 and kept by or for the school district. The governing board of a school district that is not required to comply with the single audit act and that has adopted an expenditure budget of $2,000,000 or more for the maintenance and operation fund pursuant to section 15-905 shall contract for an annual financial statement audit. The governing board of a school district that is not required to comply with the single audit act and that has adopted an expenditure budget of less than $2,000,000 but more than $700,000 for the maintenance and operation fund pursuant to section 15-905 shall contract for a biennial financial statement audit. An independent certified public accountant shall conduct the audit in accordance with generally accepted government standards. To the extent permitted by federal law, a school district that is required to participate in an annual audit pursuant to this subsection may convert to a biennial audit schedule if the previous annual audit did not contain any significant negative findings. If a biennial audit of a school district conducted pursuant to this subsection contains any significant negative findings, the school district shall convert back to an annual audit schedule. If a school district is required to convert back to an annual audit schedule pursuant to this subsection because of significant negative findings, the school district may subsequently convert to a biennial audit schedule if the previous two annual audits did not contain any significant negative findings. For the purposes of this subsection, "significant negative finding" means a finding that results in the issuance of a letter of noncompliance from the auditor general.
For a copy of the Annual School District Audit please contact Aimee Manjarres at (928) 476-3283
Pine Strawberry School District Performance Audit for FY2021
FY2020 Performance Audit
AZ School Report Cards
District Property Disposal
Please contact the school district