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Supplements To Teacher Pay Ranked By County

  1. Biloxi Public Schools $7,661
  2. Gulfport Schools $6,539
  3. Pass Christian Public $6,336
  4. Claiborne County $5,829
  5. Harrison County $5,392
  6. Tupelo $5,079
  7. Tunica School District $4,699
  8. Jackson Public Schools $4,289
  9. Long Beach Schools $4,106
  10. Pascagoula Separate $3,880
  11. DeSoto County $3,804
  12. Ocean Springs Schools $3,532
  13. Starkville School District $3,453
  14. Columbus Municipal $3,450
  15. Clinton Public Schools $3,432
  16. Meridian Public Schools $3,371
  17. Bay St. Louis-Waveland $3,325
  18. Hattiesburg Separate $3,299
  19. Hancock County $3,176
  20. Forrest County $3,032
  21. Lauderdale County $2,943
  22. Jackson County $2,795
  23. Oxford School District $2,762
  24. Petal Separate $2,750
  25. Rankin County $2,656
  26. Forrest County AHS $2,544
  27. Pearl Public Schools $2,538
  28. Natchez-Adams $2,495
  29. Moss Point School Dist $2,420
  30. Greenville Public Schools $2,354
  31. Pontotoc City Schools $2,303
  32. Vicksburg-Warren $2,295
  33. Lee County $2,207
  34. Stone County $2,198
  35. Amite County $2,184
  36. Picayune School District $2,163
  37. Mound Bayou $2,108
  38. Lincoln County $2,092
  39. Poplarville Separate $2,067
  40. Leflore County $2,041
  41. Hinds County $2,030
  42. Franklin County $2,019
  43. New Albany Public $1,979
  44. South Pike School Dist $1,957
  45. Brookhaven School Dist $1,925
  46. Hinds County AHS $1,890
  47. Corinth $1,876
  48. Western Line Schools $1,871
  49. Simpson County $1,821
  50. Monroe County $1,810
  51. Alcorn County $1,809
  52. Grenada School District $1,804
  53. McComb School District $1,797
  54. Lowndes County $1,770
  55. Holmes County $1,768
  56. Columbia School District $1,767
  57. Hollandale Schools $1,740
  58. Newton Municipal $1,701
  59. Louisville Municipal $1,680
  60. Senatobia Municipal $1,666
  61. Lawrence County $1,648
  62. Baldwyn Public Schools $1,644
  63. East Tallahatchie Cons $1,617
  64. North Pike School Dist $1,613
  65. Amory School Dist $1,596
  66. Aberdeen School Dist $1,581
  67. Tishomingo County $1,579
  68. Greenwood Public $1,550
  69. Yazoo County $1,541
  70. West Tallahatchie Cons $1,529
  71. Forest Municipal $1,529
  72. Kosciusko Separate $1,522
  73. South Tippah Schools $1,487
  74. Newton County $1,482
  75. Sunflower County $1,481
  76. West Point Schools $1,450
  77. Montgomery County $1,447
  78. Scott County $1,445
  79. George County $1,444
  80. Union County $1,440
  81. South Delta $1,400
  82. Leake County $1,395
  83. Cleveland $1,381
  84. Laurel Separate $1,375
  85. Clarksdale Municipal $1,374
  86. Tate County $1,350
  87. Marion County $1,339
  88. Water Valley School Dist $1,317
  89. Lamar County $1,309
  90. Coahoma County AHS $1,283
  91. Madison County $1,280
  92. Smith County $1,274
  93. Enterprise Schools $1,265
  94. South Panola Schools $1,264
  95. Indianola Schools $1,263
  96. Benoit $1,260
  97. Holly Springs Schools $1,255
  98. Shaw $1,254
  99. Covington County $1,253
  100. Copiah County $1,248
  101. Marshall County $1,239
  102. Neshoba County $1,237
  103. Leland School District $1,225
  104. Humphreys County $1,223
  105. Nettleton School District $1,213
  106. Prentiss County $1,202
  107. Quitman Consolidated $1,194
  108. Walthall County $1,191
  109. Jefferson Davis County $1,189
  110. Calhoun County $1,180
  111. Pontotoc County $1,152
  112. Yazoo City Municipal $1,136
  113. Itawamba County $1,136
  114. Hazelhurst City $1,121
  115. North Panola Schools $1,120
  116. Wilkinson County $1,096
  117. Benton County $1,089
  118. Lumberton Public Schools $1,070
  119. Perry County $1,066
  120. North Bolivar $1,063
  121. North Tippah Schools $1,058
  122. Noxubee County $1,058
  123. Houston School District $1,052
  124. Lafayette County $1,042
  125. Canton Public $1,036
  126. Okolona Separate $1,023
  127. Wayne County $1,023
  128. Union Public $1,014
  129. Pearl River County $1,011
  130. Carroll County $991
  131. Jones County $977
  132. Kemper County $949
  133. West Bolivar $949
  134. Coahoma County $921
  135. Quitman County $879
  136. Philadelphia Public $860
  137. Oktibbeha County $798
  138. East Jasper Consolidated $779
  139. Clay County $731
  140. Webster County $716
  141. Drew School District $704
  142. Coffeeville School District $672
  143. Winona Separate $654
  144. Richton School District $633
  145. Greene County $616
  146. Jefferson County $573
  147. Chickasaw County $557
  148. Durant Public Schools $500
  149. Choctaw County $487
  150. Booneville School District $469
  151. Attala County $428
  152. West Jasper Consolidated $418

State Average $2,427

Source: Mississippi Department of Education

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