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Message from Superintendent - Dr. Dan Streeter

  • Dr. Dan Streeter Welcome! Thank you for your interest in the Marana Unified School District. As an integral part of the community, the District takes pride in providing the highest quality comprehensive curriculum in safe, nurturing, innovative, and award-winning learning environments. Students are challenged, relationships are built, and teaching is focused on individual student achievement.

     

    The Marana district consists of remarkable employees, a dedicated Governing Board, invested parents, and caring community and business members. We are proud of Marana’s many accomplishments. Whether it is our A+ schools, award-winning students, state recognized programs and athletics, or our nationally certified educators; our District is committed to creating an educationally enriching experience for all children in our community. From academics to athletics, to the arts, educators and staff continue to inspire and empower students to explore, question, create and learn.

     

    It is the District’s belief that we must continue to seek opportunities to engage students in the most relevant learning opportunities possible in order to prepare them to become lifelong learners and responsible citizens. The District is confident when every student graduates and leaves they are equipped with the skills, knowledge, and values necessary for success in an ever-changing 21st society.

     

    Marana is known for its strong family-oriented culture and parent/community to school partnerships. Parents and community members are encouraged to become actively involved in a student’s school experience. Home to school and community partnerships create exceptional opportunities for quality academic experiences and student success.

     

    I invite you to learn more about the Marana District by visiting any of our schools or contacting our District office.

Return to School & COVID-19

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    Safe & Thoughtful Return to School

    A look at MUSD's Safe & Thoughtful Return to School Plan including three high-quality learning models for the 2020-2021 school year ...

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    COVID-19 (Coronavirus)
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Average Teacher Salaries

  • In accordance with A.R.S. §15-903(E), as amended by Laws 2018, Ch. 285, §10, a local educational agency's (LEA) budget must include the prominent display of the average salary of all teachers employed by the district or charter for the budget and prior years, and the increase in the average salary of all teachers employed by the district or charter for the budget year reported in dollars and percentage.

     

    AVERAGE TEACHER SALARIES (A.R.S. §15-903.E, amended by Laws 2018, Ch. 285, §10)

    1. Average salary of all teachers employed in FY 2021 (budget year)  $52,738           
    2. Average salary of all teachers employed in FY 2020 (prior year) $50,227
    3. Increase in average teacher salary from the prior year  $2,511
    4. Percentage increase  5%
    5. Average salary of all teachers employed in FY 2018  $46,086
    6. Total percentage increase in average teacher salary since FY 2018  14%
       

    Average salary calculation:

    Average teacher salary are teaching positions coded to 1000 functions and 6112 object code. Total budgeted salaries divided by Full Time Equivalence, from SDER report. Classroom Site Fund base pay allocation, override amounts and previous year stipends for Instructional Improvement and PBP payment dollars are included. Important to note, the 20% teachers received was given only to their base pay, so must consider all other funds did not receive the 20% increase. Second consideration is attrition. 

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