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Lynwood Unified School District average salary is $50,194, median salary is $50,036 with a salary range from $30,010 to $67,737.
Lynwood Unified School District salaries are collected from government agencies and companies. Each salary is associated with a real job position. Lynwood Unified School District salary statistics is not exclusive and is for reference only. They are presented "as is" and updated regularly.
Low
30,010
Average
50,194
Median
50,036
High
67,737
Total 10 Lynwood Unified School District Salaries. Sorted by Date, page 1
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Job Title Salaries City Year More Info
Elementary School Teacher 30,010-67,737 Lynwood, CA, 90262 2010 Lynwood Unified School District Elementary School Teacher Salaries (19)
Lynwood Unified School District Lynwood, CA Salaries
Teacher 37,310-42,000 Lynwood, CA, 90262 2010 Lynwood Unified School District Teacher Salaries (4)
Lynwood Unified School District Lynwood, CA Salaries
Except Special Educati, Elementary School Teachers 42,613-57,987 Lynwood, CA, 90262 2010 Lynwood Unified School District Except Special Educati, Elementary School Teachers Salaries (3)
Lynwood Unified School District Lynwood, CA Salaries
Preschool, Kindergarte, Special Education Teachers 42,550-45,706 Lynwood, CA, 90262 2010 Lynwood Unified School District Preschool, Kindergarte, Special Education Teachers Salaries (2)
Lynwood Unified School District Lynwood, CA Salaries
Science Teacher 54,964-56,964 Lynwood, CA, 90262 2010 Lynwood Unified School District Science Teacher Salaries (2)
Lynwood Unified School District Lynwood, CA Salaries
Except Special & Voca, Secondary School Teachers 36,125-36,125 Lynwood, CA, 90262 2010 Lynwood Unified School District Except Special & Voca, Secondary School Teachers Salaries (1)
Lynwood Unified School District Lynwood, CA Salaries
General 51,728-51,728 Lynwood, CA, 90262 2010 Lynwood Unified School District General Salaries (1)
Lynwood Unified School District Lynwood, CA Salaries
Postsecondary Teachers 51,728-51,728 Lynwood, CA, 90262 2010 Lynwood Unified School District Postsecondary Teachers Salaries (1)
Lynwood Unified School District Lynwood, CA Salaries
Secondary School Teacher 45,000-45,000 Lynwood, CA, 90262 2010 Lynwood Unified School District Secondary School Teacher Salaries (1)
Lynwood Unified School District Lynwood, CA Salaries
Secondary Teacher 50,708-50,708 Lynwood, CA, 90262 2010 Lynwood Unified School District Secondary Teacher Salaries (1)
Lynwood Unified School District Lynwood, CA Salaries
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Lynwood Unified School District Information
  • Lynwood Unified School District
  • Industry: Other
  • City: Lynwood, CA
  • The Lynwood Unified School District is committed to the improvement of academic performance of students; a capable, well-trained teacher in every classroom; a capable, well-trained instructional leader at every site; implementation of a continuous improvement cycle to support each employee and program; parents as partners in the educational process; allocation of resources to support a rigorous high quality instructional program for all students; and a secure, clean and appropriate learning climate for every student.