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1952-53 3,368 3,872 2,868 3,372 2,472 2,976
1953-54 3,650 4,150 3,100 3,600 2,700 3,200
1954-55 3,650 4,150 3,100 3,600 2,700 3,200
1955-56 3,850 4,350 3,300 3,800 2,900 3,400
1956-57 4,030 4,350 3,300 3,800 2,900 3,400
1957-58 4,530 5,950 3,800 5,400 3,400 5,000
1958-59 4,530 5,950 3,800 5,400 3,400 5,000
1959-60 4,530 5,950 3,800 5,400 3,400 5,000
1960-61 4,530 5,950 3,800 5,400 3,400 5,000
1961-62 4,730 6,150 4,000 5,600 3,600 5,200
1962-63 4,730 6,150 4,000 5,600 3,600 5,200
1963-64 5,080 6,700 4,350 6,150 3,950 5,750
1964-65 5,080 6,700 4,350 6,150 3,950 5,750
1965-66 5,080 6,700 4,350 6,150 3,950 5,750
1966-67 5,380 7,000 4,650 6,450 4,250 6,050
1967-68 5,680 7,100 4,950 6,550 4,550 6,150
1968-69 8,200 10,200 $7,500 $ 9,400 6,800 8,700 5,800 7,700
1969-70 8,400 10,300 7,700 9,600 7,000 8,900 6,000 7,900
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    Front Cover
        Front Cover 1
        Front Cover 2
    Introduction
        Page 1
        Page 2
    Salary payment schedules
        Page 3
    Contract - Period of service
        Page 3
    Leave policy
        Page 4
    Teaching certificate
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    Contractual status
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    1970-71 instructional salary ranges (ten months)
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    Florida classroom teacher salary ranges, 1951-1971
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REPORT 84


REPORT


BUREAU OF RESEARCH
DIVISION OF ELEMENTARY & SECONDARY


EDUCATION


Florida

Teacher Salary

Provisions





October 1970


DEPARTMENT OP EDUCATION
TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA
PLOYD T. CHRISTIAN, COMMISSIONER


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Research Report 84 is a revision of Research
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FLORIDA


TEACHER SALARY PROVISIONS (1970)

and

SALARY RANGES (1951-1970)



State and district salary provisions are important considerations not
only to prospective out-of-state teachers, but to students who might be
potential teachers and to teachers currently within the Florida educational
system.

This report brings together pertinent current and historical salary
data in the hope that it will assist towards a better understanding of
teacher salary provisions in Florida. The tables provide a historical
perspective into the growth of teaching salaries in the districts since 1951.

This is a general presentation of data applicable to salaries and salary
schedules. No comparisons have been made between districts within the state
or with out-of-state districts. Only brief attention is given to certifica-
tion, contracts, and leave policies as they apply to salaries.

The text and tables concern instructional personnel in public schools
and do not include junior college personnel. The factors governing
community college salaries are different from those applied to the public
school program and such information may be obtained by corresponding with
the individual community colleges.

There is no state salary schedule for either instructional or non-instruc-
tional personnel in Florida. Salary schedules are established by the district
school board in each district and vary from district to district and from
year to year within the same district. Each district board includes an
official salary schedule each year as a part of the budget it submits to the
State Commissioner of Education for approval. Salaries paid individual
teachers must conform with the rates shown in the official salary schedule
adopted by the district board. This is one of the items verified by the
Legislative Auditor when district fiscal post-audits are made. Section 236.02(6),
Florida Statutes, establishes certain requirements for salaries which must
be met in order for the district to participate in the Florida Minimum
Foundation Program (MFP) Fund:

1. No member of the instructional staff may be paid an amount less than
ninety percent of the MFP salary allocation prescribed by law for his
rank certificate and contractual status, or, no member of the in-
structional staff holding a Rank III or higher certificate may
be paid less than $5300 annually, whichever is the higher amount.
(Minimum term of service is 196 days.)












2. Annual increments must be incorporated in the salary schedule to
provide for not less than fifteen years of teaching service in the
public school system of Florida. Several districts provide annual
increments in excess of fifteen years.

3. Salary schedules adopted by the district board must take into con-
sideration the factors of training and service. Additional factors
as incentives for the determination and recognition of superior
teaching and service to the schools may be adopted as a part of
the district salary schedule, except that the National Teachers
Examination, or a general knowledge test, shall not be used as a
factor in determining salaries. Each additional factor which is
considered in determining the salary for a teacher must be included
as a part of the official salary schedule for the district. Tests
in the subjects in which the teacher is teaching may be used in
the assignment of teachers but not for salary purposes.

The state minimum salaries prescribed above may be waived for a district
by the State Board in special hardship cases where a district board can prove
to the State Board that the payment of such minimum salaries would unduly
curtail the educational program or endanger the financial structure of a
district in any school year. The burden of proof in such cases is on the
district board. Such an exemption cannot be authorized for more than two
successive years. This provision has never been applied.

There is another little-used provision in the law under which incre-
ments and minimum salary requirements may be withheld in special cases from
teachers when such salaries affected are found not to be warranted. Before
yearly increments and required minimum salaries may be withheld, the follow-
ing conditions must be met as prescribed in State Board Regulation 6A-1.53:

1. Plans and policies for such withholding must be adopted by the
district board, spread upon its minutes, and duly publicized. A
copy of such policy must be on file with the State Commissioner
of Education and approved by the State Board.

2. The teachers affected must be notified at least four weeks before
the close of the regular session of school of the year prior to
the year in which the withholding becomes effective.

Salary schedules adopted for instructional personnel in a district must
provide equivalent salaries for teachers with equal qualifications whether
the teacher is in elementary, junior or senior high schools. However,
supplements for additional responsibilities, duties, or services may be paid
when provisions for such supplements are included as a part of the official
salary schedule. Each teacher must be paid the amount called for in the
official salary schedule of the district. Incorrect salaries resulting in
over-payments and under-payments must be adjusted to conform with the offi-
cial salary schedule (State Board Regulation 6A-1.52(4)).


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Increased attention is being accorded the concepts of flexible staff
operation and differentiated levels of responsibility and compensation for
services performed. In all probability, salary schedule provisions in some
districts will be affected as exploratory and pilot programs are initiated.
Two statewide efforts have been made in this area. The 1957 session of the
Florida Legislature provided for the establishment of special career in-
crements as a part of the salary schedule of each district. No state funds
were involved, but plans were developed in each district during 1957-59,
evaluation conducted in 1959-60, and payments initiated in 1960-61. This
program aroused strong opposition from teachers and was made optional in
1961. It was replaced by a program of State Competency Awards of $400
from state funds in 1961. This program also met opposition and was re-
pealed in 1963, although payments were continued during the 1963-64
school year.

Salary Payment Schedules

The district board is required to furnish each member of the instructional
staff with a written contract which provides for the payment of a definite
salary (Section 236.02(3), Florida Statutes). Personnel employed for twelve
months, such as supervisors, principals, and other special instructional
personnel, must be paid in twelve equal monthly installments. The only
exception is in those districts having a seven-member school board, having
abolished district trustees, and having an appointed superintendent, which
districts may pay at less than monthly intervals. Instructional personnel
employed for less than twelve months must be paid in monthly payments as
nearly equal as possible according to a payment schedule adopted by the
district board. The payment schedule and dates of payment vary from district
to district depending on the decision made by the board. Florida law for-
bids the payment of salaries before service is rendered. Advances on
salary or advance payments thus are unlawful. Also, no teacher or principal
is entitled to receive any salary from public school funds unless all re-
quired records and reports have been made. A similar requirement is in
effect for the district superintendent's required reports to the State
Commissioner.

Contract Period of Service

Instructional personnel under a ten-month contract are required to
render a minimum of 196 days of service, including pre-school and post-
school planning periods. This is the minimum number of days required by
state law and can be extended within the ten-month contractual period by
action of the district board. A number of districts require more than the
minimum 196 days service during the ten-month contractual period. Some
districts require additional days of service for new instructional personnel
as a period of orientation. Saturday and holidays are not counted in the
196 minimum days of service, nor is there any provision for paid vacation
periods for ten-month personnel within the minimum of 196 days.


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Increased attention is being accorded the concepts of flexible staff
operation and differentiated levels of responsibility and compensation for
services performed. In all probability, salary schedule provisions in some
districts will be affected as exploratory and pilot programs are initiated.
Two statewide efforts have been made in this area. The 1957 session of the
Florida Legislature provided for the establishment of special career in-
crements as a part of the salary schedule of each district. No state funds
were involved, but plans were developed in each district during 1957-59,
evaluation conducted in 1959-60, and payments initiated in 1960-61. This
program aroused strong opposition from teachers and was made optional in
1961. It was replaced by a program of State Competency Awards of $400
from state funds in 1961. This program also met opposition and was re-
pealed in 1963, although payments were continued during the 1963-64
school year.

Salary Payment Schedules

The district board is required to furnish each member of the instructional
staff with a written contract which provides for the payment of a definite
salary (Section 236.02(3), Florida Statutes). Personnel employed for twelve
months, such as supervisors, principals, and other special instructional
personnel, must be paid in twelve equal monthly installments. The only
exception is in those districts having a seven-member school board, having
abolished district trustees, and having an appointed superintendent, which
districts may pay at less than monthly intervals. Instructional personnel
employed for less than twelve months must be paid in monthly payments as
nearly equal as possible according to a payment schedule adopted by the
district board. The payment schedule and dates of payment vary from district
to district depending on the decision made by the board. Florida law for-
bids the payment of salaries before service is rendered. Advances on
salary or advance payments thus are unlawful. Also, no teacher or principal
is entitled to receive any salary from public school funds unless all re-
quired records and reports have been made. A similar requirement is in
effect for the district superintendent's required reports to the State
Commissioner.

Contract Period of Service

Instructional personnel under a ten-month contract are required to
render a minimum of 196 days of service, including pre-school and post-
school planning periods. This is the minimum number of days required by
state law and can be extended within the ten-month contractual period by
action of the district board. A number of districts require more than the
minimum 196 days service during the ten-month contractual period. Some
districts require additional days of service for new instructional personnel
as a period of orientation. Saturday and holidays are not counted in the
196 minimum days of service, nor is there any provision for paid vacation
periods for ten-month personnel within the minimum of 196 days.


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in the 196 days. These 180 days may not include registration periods for
pupils, holidays, or any other periods of time during which school is
closed or dismissed. This requirement may be altered during a national or
local emergency, but the Minimum Foundation Program (MFP) allocation is
decreased in proportion to the decrease in the length of the school term.
This is why every effort is made to "make up" lost days of school. Satur-
days may not be used for this purpose.

No minimum length of school day for instructional personnel is pre-
scribed in state law or state board regulations. This is established by
policies of each district board. Florida law does establish a minimum
school day for pupils, however; the minimum is five net hours, not in-
cluding intermissions, for all grades above grade three, and not less than
four net hours for the first three grades. The State Board is authorized
to make some adjustment in situations such as double sessions which are
necessary on a temporary basis.

Leave Policy

The district board may allow paid vacation leave for instructional per-
sonnel employed on a twelve-month basis at a rate not exceeding that estab-
lished by the State Personnel Board for employees of state agencies. Days
off during the Christmas vacation period, other than prescribed legal holi-
days, are counted as a part of the vacation leave for twelve-month employees
unless such employees actually are on duty. Professional leave with pay
at the rate of three weeks per year, cumulative for not more than two years,
may be granted to twelve-month personnel. This gives twelve-month personnel
an opportunity to attend a six-weeks summer school term every two years if
they desire. Such leave, however, is optional with the district and is
restricted to times when school is not in session. (State Board Regulation
6A-1.81.)

Extended professional leave for a period of not more than one year may
be granted an individual who has served satisfactorily and successfully in
the district but partial compensation may be authorized only after three
years of service unless the leave is related to a program of staff develop-
ment. The district board prescribes by regulation the extent of compensation
for professional leave. Such leave must be approved by the district superin-
tendent.

Instructional personnel who are members of reserve components of the
armed forces may be granted military leave, with pay, to participate volun-
tarily in temporary duty, training duty, or short tours at the discretion
of the board. Such leave is granted when school is not in session, except
under unusual circumstances. Military leave for employees who are required
to serve in the armed services for extended periods must be granted. Such
leave may not be counted for allocation of MFP funds or as years of service
toward a continuing contract. Individuals wishing further details on military
leave are referred to State Board Regulation 6A-1.83 and Chapter 115, Florida
Statutes.












Teaching contracts place obligations on the teacher as well as on the
district board. A contractual situation exists when a written offer of a
specific position for a stated term of service at a specified salary is
made by a duly authorized agent of the district board and when such offer is
accepted, by telegram or letter, as well as by signing the regular contract
form. Any teacher who violates his contract by leaving his position with-
out first being released from his contract by the district board may be in-
eligible for employment in another Florida district school system for a
period of one year from the date of such violation if the district board
takes official action and notifies the Department of Education of such action.

Teaching Certificate

No person may be employed as a regular or part-time teacher who does
not hold a valid certificate to teach in Florida except during emergencies
as provided by regulations of the State Board. During an epidemic, strike,
mass walkout, mass resignations, or other urgent condition, an emergency
may exist due to an insufficient number of certified teachers to continue
normal school operation. In this case, a teaching certificate will not be
required during the period of the emergency and any person deemed qualified
by the district board may be employed. This provision of law was enacted
by the Legislature in the 1968 special session.

The requirements for certification to teach in Florida public schools
are quite detailed. The sole authority for issuing teaching certificates
is vested in the Commissioner of Education. All certificates bear the date
of July 1 of the fiscal year for which they are issued and have the period
of validity entered on the face of the certificate. Teaching certificates
issued by other states are not valid in Florida. Ranks of certificates
are based on academic degrees and semester hours of college credit earned
at a standard institution of higher learning. The following types and
ranks of certificates are currently being issued.

RANK TYPE OF CERTIFICATE BASIS FOR ISSUE

I Advanced Post-Graduate Doctor's Degree
and Temporary

IA Special Post-Graduate Post-Master's Degree or
and Temporary 6th year post-master's
level study in approved
program at approved
university

II Post-Graduate, Post- Master's Degree
Standard, Temporary, and
Provisional Post-Graduate












RANK TYPE OF CERTIFICATE BASIS FOR ISSUE

III Graduate, Standard, Pro- Four-year Degree
visional Graduate, Pro-
visional Standard, and
Temporary

IV Temporary At least 90 semester
hours of college credit

V Temporary At least 60 semester
hours of college credit

VI Temporary Less than 60 semester
hours of college credit

When the applicant is qualified but not eligible for a regular certifi-
cate, a Temporary certificate, valid for one year, may be issued in any
rank depending on the academic degree held. Additional Temporary certifi-
cates may be issued only when requested by a district superintendent and
after the completion of six semester hours of acceptable credit earned
through residence or extension but not by correspondence. The only excep-
tion to this is when the applicant has met all requirements for a regular
certificate except student teaching. Each Temporary certificate after the
first is issued only on request from the superintendent of the district in
which the applicant is to teach. Some life certificates issued prior to
1939 are still recognized, but life certificates are no longer issued.
Substitute teaching certificates, valid for ten years, may be issued in any
rank on the request of any Florida district superintendent. Substitute
teaching certificates cannot be used as the basis for contracting for
or rendering full-time teaching service.

A Standard certificate in Rank III and a Post-Standard certificate
in Rank II may be issued to non-degree individuals covering specific
vocational-technical education subjects. These Standard certificates are
based on actual work experience and are limited to vocational-technical
subjects. Standard certificates have the appropriate MFP salary alloca-
tion rank entered on the face of the certificate the same as the certifi-
cate issued on the basis of academic credit. Laws and regulations relating
to contracts apply to the Standard certificate in the same way they apply
to comparable certificates granted on the basis of academic credit. Under
certain circumstances, part-time teaching certificates may be issued
covering general adult and vocational education.

Responsibility for making necessary applications, observing extension
deadlines, presenting proper credentials, and following through on instruc-
tions in matters pertaining to certification rests with the individual
teacher, not with the district school system or the Department of Education.
Specific information about certification requirements can be obtained
from the Certification Section, Department of Education, Tallahassee. In
addition, there is a "District Contact for Certification" person designated
in each district who can answer many questions pertaining to certification.












Contractual Status

An understanding of three terms describing contractual status is neces-
sary in order to understand Florida's teacher salary program: Annual Contract
(AC), Continuing Contract(CC), and Continuing Contract with specified years
of efficient teaching service in Florida public schools, such as CC-7, CC-10,
and CC-15. These terms will be discussed briefly.

An annual contract covers a period of one year. An annual contract must
be issued each year. The teacher holding an annual contract and the district
board issuing such contract are not obligated beyond the one-year period
covered by the contract. The district board may issue another contract if
it wishes to retain the services of the teacher, or may fail to issue another
contract, thus failing to continue the services of the teacher in that
district on the expiration of that contract. The first three years of a
teacher's employment are always on an annual contract basis since a minimum
of three years probationary service is required before an initial continuing
contract may be issued. The three years of probationary service may be ex-
tended to four years by mutual consent, provided the teacher agrees in writing
to the additionalyear of probationary service. The only exception is in those
cases where a member of the instructional staff has previously held a con-
tinuing contract in a district within Florida. In such cases a district
board may issue a continuing contract after two years of probationary service
in that district.

Recognition of experience outside the State as it applies to salary
schedules varies from district to district. Salary values in the MFP for
an instruction unit sustained by a beginning annual contract teacher are the
same as for an annual contract teacher with any number of years of experience.
More detail is given about this later.

At the close of the mandatory three years (four years by mutual agree-
ment) of probationary service, which service must be performed during a
maximum period of five successive years, one of three steps must be taken
by the district board.

1. The annual contract may not be re-issued, thus concluding the
teacher's service to the district. Neither the district nor the
teacher has any further contractual obligation if notification
deadlines are observed.

2. The teacher may be continued on annual contract, and such contract
may be renewed automatically by the district board. Such renewal
shall be made at least four weeks before the close of each school
year. This might be termed an "automatically renewed annual con-
tract." It is used when a teacher shows promise but does not
quite reach the standards desired of a continuing contract teacher.
It gives the teacher a further opportunity to develop and prove
himself& In subsequent years the teacher may achieve continuing
contract status or may be relieved of a teaching position in the
district.













3. The teacher may be issued a continuing contract entitling him to
continue in his position or in a similar position in the district
without the necessity for annual nomination or reappointment.

A continuing contract may be issued only after the period of probation-
ary service has been completed. Three years of probationary service are
required by state law and cannot be waived, except that it may be reduced
to two years if the teacher has previously held a continuing contract in
Florida. The probationary period may be extended to four years when re-
quested by the district board and agreed to in writing by the teacher. A
continuing contract indicates that in the opinion of the district school
officials, the individual has proved to be a competent teacher and it is
desired that he continue in teaching service in the district without the
necessity for annual reappointment. A continuing contract provides a mea-
sure of security both to the teacher and to the district school system.
Each person to whom a continuing contract is issued is entitled to continue
in his position, or in a similar position, without the necessity for annual
reappointment. Thus, continuing contract status means much more than an
increase in salary. Continuing contracts may not be transferred from district
to district.

A teacher on continuing contract status may be dismissed or returned
to annual contract status under certain conditions as prescribed in Sec-
tion 231.36(4), Florida Statutes. The teacher must be given written notice
and is entitled to a public hearing if requested in writing. Also, there
are provisions under which action by the district board may be appealed to
the State Board.

There are other situations under which teachers on continuing contract
may be released by the district board without the necessity for formal hear-
ings. This can occur when schools are consolidated, in which case the district
board is free to select those teachers that it wishes to retain regardless
of contractual status, the selection to be based on educational qualifications,
efficiency, compatibility, character, and capacity to meet the educational
needs of the community. Another situation exists when a position is discontinued
because it is no longer needed in a district. There is no provision for appeal
under these circumstances, since the decision of the district board is final.

Continuing contract with seven, ten, or fifteen years of efficient teach-
ing service in Florida public schools, strictly speaking, is not a separate
contract status in the district in which the teacher is employed. It means
simply that the teacher has attained continuing contract status and has
served successfully for this minimum number or more years in the public schools
of Florida. It is a basis for the allocation of Minimum Foundation Program
salary funds rather than a change in contractual status. Most districts re-
cognize these steps in their salary schedules, but some districts consider
only years of service and disregard these intervals.


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Service in schools outside the state is not recognized in achieving
CC-7, CC-10, or CC-15 status for the purpose of allocating Minimum Foundation
Program funds, although many districts do recognize out-of-state service
in varying degrees in their salary schedule.

Thus, the amounts allocated under the MFP to the districts for payment
of teachers' salaries depend on three factors: (1) rank of certificate
held, (2) contractual status, and (3) specified intervals of service in
Florida public schools. These amounts under current law are:


CONTRACTUAL STATUS


AND SERVICE


AC
CC
CC-7
CC-10
CC-15

AC
CC
CC-7
CC-10
CC-15

AC
CC
CC-7
CC-10
CC-15

AC
CC
CC-7
CC-10
CC-15


ALLOCATION


$7,700
8,100
8,500
8,900
9,500

$7,000
7,400
7,800
8,200
8,800

$6,300
6,700
7,100
7,500
8,100

$5,300
5,700
6,100
6,500
7,100

$3,000

$2,800


It can be noted from the table above that there are no continuing con-
tract personnel in Rank IV and Rank V, since teachers in these ranks do
not hold "Regular" certificates which are required for continuing contract
status. Also, Rank VI is not shown, since the state does not provide any
MFP salary funds for paying Rank VI personnel. Rank VI personnel may be
considered as paid wholly from local funds, and the employment of such
personnel usually results in a reduction in MFP funds allocated to a
county for salaries.


RANK













It should be repeated and emphasized that the MFP salary values shown
do not constitute a salary schedule--the salary schedule is prepared by
each district board. These amounts simply constitute a formula for the allo-
cation of MFP salary funds to the districts. Also, the amounts shown are
not allocated on the basis of the number of teachers employed but are
allocated on the basis of instruction units. Instruction units are earned
by pupils in average daily attendance each prior year and for certain
special instructional programs and services approved in advance which
meet specified minimum standards. This is an important difference, and
one which frequently is misunderstood. Some actual examples follow to
help make this difference clear.


EXAMPLE 1


Rank and
Contractual
Status

(1)

I AC
CC
CC-7
CC-10
CC-15

IA AC
CC
CC-7
CC-10
CC-15

II AC
CC
CC-7
CC-10
CC-15

III AC
CC
CC-7
CC-10
CC-15


Instructional
Positions

Number Percent


.80


3.20
1.60
1.60
2.40
6.40

32.00
13.60
5.60
6.40
19.20


4 3.20

2 1.60

3 2.40

125 100.00%


Instruction
Units
Earned

(4)


1.01


4.03
2.02
2.02
3.02
8.06

40.32
17.14
7.06
8.06
24.19

4.03

2.02

3.02

126.00


Value
Per
Unit

(5)


$7,700
8,100
8,500
8,900
9,500

7,000
7,400
7,800
8,200
8,800

6,300
6,700
7,100
7,500
8,100

5,300
5,700
6,100
6,500
7,100

3,000

2,800


MFP Allocation
For Ten-Months
Salaries

(6)


$8,989
-


25,389
13,534
14,342
22,650
65,286

213,696
97,698
43,066
52,390
171,749

12,090

5,656


$746,535


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IV AC

V AC

VI AC


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You will see that the above example is a small district with 125 instruc-
tional personnel employed (positions filled) and 126.00 instruction units
earned. There were no personnel in Rank IA so there were no entries for this
rank. Column (2) gives the number of personnel employed (positions) and
Column (3) shows the percentage of these positions filled by instructional
personnel in each rank and contractual status. For example, in Rank III,
CC-10 Status, there were 8 positions. These 8 positions were 6.40 percent
of the total of 125 positions in this district. These percentages are com-
puted for each classification and entered in Column (3), which adds to
100 percent. The percentages in Column (3) for each classification are
applied to the total number of instruction units earned (126) and entered
in Column (4). Thus, the 8 positions filled by teachers in Rank III, CC-10,
were 6.40 percent of the total and "earned" 8.06 instruction units. The
values per unit shown in Column (5) are applied to the units earned in
Column (4) and the resulting MFP allocation entered in Column (6). You
will note that the value of each classification is applied to the number
of instruction units earned, not to the number of personnel or positions
filled.

Formerly, Florida Statutes required that the number of positions filled
must equal at least 90 percent of the units earned. The 1970 Legislature
repealed this provision and the requirement was not in effect after July 1, 1970.
(HB 4358, Chapter 70-94, Laws of Florida.)

Further examination of Example 1 will reveal one other interesting
point. You will note that three positions were filled in Rank VI, for which
the district received no state MFP funds. Had these positions in Rank VI
not been filled, the percentages in higher ranks would have been increased
and consequently the number of units for which salary allocations were
made would have been higher. In this example, had no Rank VI personnel been
employed, the district would have been allocated $764,888 instead of the
$746,535 actually shown. In other words, the district not only received
$18,353 less in MFP funds because of using these three Rank VI personnel,
but in addition had to pay the salaries of these three teachers from other
district funds! It is assumed that personnel with higher certificates were
not available and the district board was forced to fill these positions
with Rank VI personnel.

You will also note in the case of the two Rank II, CC, personnel that
whereas the value of a unit supported by Rank II, CC, is $6,700, the district
actually received $6,767 for each of these positions. This is because the
district filled one less position than the number of units earned.

One other example will be given, this time for a larger district filling
substantially more positions than units earned but still not qualifying for
recalculation. Recalculation funds are allocated to a district only when
the percent of pupil growth for the first two months of one year exceeds
the first two months of the previous year.


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EXAMPLE 2


Rank and
Contractual
Status

(1)


Instructional
Positions

Number Percent
(2) (3)


Instruction
Units
Earned

(4)


Value
Per
Unit

(5)


MFP Allocation
for Ten-Months
Salaries

(6)


I AC
CC
CC-7
CC-10
CC-15

IA AC
CC
CC-7
CC-10
CC-15

II AC
CC
CC-7
CC-10
CC-15

III AC
CC
CC-7
CC-10
CC-15

IV AC

V AC

VI AC


.22

22

.22





9.78
2.39
2.17
6.74
4.78

41.96
9.57
7.17
8.48
5.43

.87


.92

.92

.92





41.08
10.04
9.11
28.31
20.08

176.23
40.19
30.12
35.62
22.81

3.65


420.00


$7,700
8,100
8,500
8,900
9,500

7,000
7,400
7,800
8,200
8,800

6,300
6,700
7,100
7,500
8,100

5,300
5,700
6,100
6,500
7,100

3,000

2,800


-

$7,820

8,740

6,440





258,804
67,268
64,681
212,325
162,648

934,019
229,083
183,732
231,530
161,951

10,950


$2,539,991
$2,539,991


In Example 2, the district earned 420.00 instruction units but filled
460 positions. Look at the Rank II, CC-7, classification where ten positions
were filled. Instruction units in Rank II, CC-7, have a value of $7,100 each
in the MFP. However, in this case these ten positions accounted for only
9.11 instruction units. Thus, the ten positions earned $64,681, or $6,468
each, instead of $7,100 each.

In every case where the positions filled exceeds the number of instruc-
tion units earned, the MFP allocation for salaries, if computed on a "per
teacher" basis, will be less than the MFP value for that rank and contractual
status.


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There are two other legal requirements that salaries paid instructional
personnel must meet. No individual teacher may be paid less than 90 percent
of the MFP value for his particular rank and contractual status, except that
no teacher may be paid less than $5,300. For example, the MFP value for
Rank II, CC status, is $6,700. Therefore, no individual teacher in Rank II
on continuing contract may be paid less than 90 percent of $6,700, or $6,030
for the regular ten-month contractual period.

All of the MFP funds computed in the program for a district for instruc-
tional salaries must be expended for this purpose. Note, however, that this
is in total and is not broken down by contractual status or rank. In Example 2
there are 460 teachers in all ranks and the MFP allocation for all positions
is $2,539,991. Regardless of the 90 percent minimum, these 460 teachers
together must receive at least $2,539,991, the MFP allocation. No part of
the salary funds allocated may be used for other purposes.

All MFP salary funds are allocated on an instruction unit basis. When
the Legislature increases the unit value for salaries by, say, $300 across
the board, this does not mean $300 for each teacher employed (position
filled) but rather $300 for each instruction unit earned. This is important.
It explains why some districts are unable to "pass on" each raise in full if
they have more teachers than they earn instruction units.

Refer to Example 2 where there were 460 positions and 420 units. A $300
across-the-board increase for salaries would give this district $126,000 in
MFP funds. But, to provide a $300 increase to each teacher would cost $138,000,
a difference $12,000 which must be paid locally from other than MFP funds.
Actually, a $300 per unit increase would have meant only $274 per teacher
(position) in this example. The terms "teacher" and "position" have been used
interchangeably, but actually a position may be filled by two or more part-time
teachers. "Position" might be defined as an "equivalent full-time teacher."
It should be emphasized that when reference is made to Minimum Foundation Program
(MFP) salary funds, it includes both district and state contributions to the MFP.

The annual salary paid some ten-month teachers may be increased as a re-
sult of supplemental contracts of employment during the beyond-ten-months period,
or the summer program. Such employment does not extend beyond two school
months, or eight working weeks, and may be for a shorter period. Ordinarily,
teachers on Special Teacher Services (STS) units (formerly ASIS units) are
continued through the summer, although such STS units may be filled by academic
teachers. Supervisors on state supervisory units normally are employed for
twelve months. Certain vocational and adult education units also may extend
through the summer.

The funds allocated to the districts under the MFP for salaries for cer-
tain units for the regular ten-month program may be increased by twenty per-
cent for the summer program. The actual MFP allocation depends on two things:
(1) the classification (rank and contractual status) of the teacher working
during the summer, and (2) the period of approved summer employment. A Rank II,
AC, position, for example, carries an MFP value of $6,300 for the ten-month
term. If such a position were extended for an approved eight-week summer


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program, twenty percent of the $6,300, or $1,260, in additional salary money
would be made available; for an approved four-week summer program $630 add-
itional would be made available, and so on.

Districts differ in their policies regarding summer pay. Some districts
pay teachers only the salary funds that they receive under MFP, whereas other
districts continue the same regular rate of pay as for the ten-month term.
This matter is left entirely in the hands of the district board.

The "beyond ten-month," or summer program, actually precedes the regular
ten-month program to which it is attached. The summer program for the summer
of 1970 is a part of the 1970-71 school year. It is not an extension of the
1969-70 school year. Payments for salaries for the 1970 summer program come
out of the budget for fiscal 1970-71. This is important when changes in
rank and contractual status take place during the summer. Usually separate
contracts or separate contractual provisions are made when regular ten-month
personnel are employed for the summer program. This does not apply to per-
sonnel on twelve-month contracts. There is a difference.

Years of service are important to a teacher in regard to salary. First,
a minimum of three years of service is required to move from annual contract
status to continuing contract status. The three years minimum service must
be rendered in the same district during a period of not more than five succes-
sive years and must be continuous except for authorized leave. Second, each
"good year" of service counts toward CC-7, CC-10, and CC-15 status, which
means a higher salary.

Just what constitutes a "year" of service? A year of service for a
teacher must include full-time actual service, exclusive of leave and holi-
days, for a total of more than half of the number of days required for the
normal contractual period for the position held. This contractual period
may not be less than 196 days. It is longer for twelve-month personnel.
Personal leave and professional leave may not be counted as days of service
but actual sick leave, for which the teacher is paid, may be counted. Reli-
gious holidays and emergency leave granted under policies of a district board
and charged against sick leave may not be counted as days of service even
though the teacher is paid for such days. Partial years may not be accumulated.
In order to have a good year for state purposes, the teacher must actually
perform services more than half of a school year. In other words, a teacher
may not combine the last part of one school year and the first part of the
next school year to establish a good year of service.

The number of days of actual service required to establish a good year
for teachers on a ten-month contract is less than the number required for
a teacher on a twelve-month contract. Summer work for a ten-month contract
teacher may not be added to time during the regular year in order to establish
a good year. For example, a teacher who begins teaching late in the year,
after the school term is more than half over, cannot continue teaching into
the summer in order to get credit for a year of service.


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Insofar as the salary schedule of a particular district is concerned,
different requirements may be used for establishing eligibility for annual
increments. A district board, for example, may recognize military service,
years taught in private schools, or other service in its salary schedule.
It also may recognize incomplete years of service. This does not, however,
affect MFP salary allocations. Any liberalizations of minimum requirements
for a year of service made under district board policies will not increase
MFP funds.

Salaries paid emergency or substitute teachers vary from district to
district, but the salary scale for such personnel is included in the salary
schedule filed annually by each district board with the State Commissioner.
The district board may contract with properly certificated personnel as sub-
stitute teachers. Usually such contracts are "open," in that they are not
for a specified number of days but rather the teacher is simply "on call"
when needed. Under this type contract, service is counted for MFP alloca-
tion purposes, but the substitute teacher is paid only for the days during
which services are rendered. The salary paid such teachers is computed at
the same daily rate that would be paid to full-time teachers with the same
qualifications and status. This applies only to regularly certificated
teachers who are under contract and serve as on-call substitutes.

Emergency teachers who are not certificated may not be employed for
more than ten consecutive school days in the same position except under
certain emergency conditions previously described. The daily rate of com-
pensation for such non-certificated teachers is established in the official
salary schedule of the district. No MFP funds are allocated specifically
for salaries of non-certificated personnel.

Teachers who hold substitute teaching certificates are not eligible for
contracts but may teach more than ten consecutive days in the same position
if the district board cannot find a regularly certificated teacher. Minimum
Foundation Program units may not be sustained wholly by teachers with sub-
stitute certificates. The daily rate of pay for persons holding a substitute
teaching certificate is set forth in the district salary schedule, but serv-
ices rendered by such teachers are not counted for salary allocations under
the MFP.

Teaching out of their field of certification by teachers in Rank I and
Rank II can reduce the amount of MFP funds allocated to a county. The teacher
who is providing services outside his area of certification usually does so
at the request of the district superintendent, so this is not a factor in
most district salary schedules. Also, if a district is unable to find a
properly certificated teacher for a particular position, the district super-
intendent may certify this fact to the State Commissioner and this restriction
may be waived for Rank I and Rank II personnel. Such a waiver must be requested
each year and applies only to MFP salary allocations. It does not constitute
a waiver for school accreditation purposes. If a district has teachers in
Rank I and Rank II who are teaching out of their field of certification for
more than half time and if the district does not certify to the State Commissioner
that suitable, properly certificated personnel are not available, the MFP
salary allocation for units sustained by such personnel is computed at the
unit value for Rank III.


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The matter of salary supplements or extra pay for extracurricular duties
or additional assignments is entirely a district matter. No state funds for
extra duties are specifically provided. For example, some districts provide
supplements for athletic coaches, class sponsors, and club sponsors, on the
basis that extra time is required. Such supplements must be made a part of
the salary schedule, but the amounts and distribution are a responsibility
of the district board.

Some teachers in the adult and vocational education program are regular
teachers who serve on a part-time basis for these programs after regular
school hours. State Board Regulations provide that teachers who hold full-
time teaching positions in regular elementary or secondary schools shall
teach no more than six hours per week in adult education programs. This is
to prevent the teacher from being overloaded to the extent that classroom
effectiveness will suffer. Compensation for part-time teaching usually is
computed on an hourly basis with a certain minimum class load as the equivalent
of a full-time position. For example, a position filled by a teacher whose
rank and contractual status provides for a salary of $7,100 for a regular
ten-month term, may not receive less than $7.10 (7100 x .90 900)per hour
for part-time teaching if 900 clock hours is used as a unit basis. This
varies from district to district, depending on individual district policy
and salary schedule provisions.

There appears to be a trend developing toward the basing of instructional
salaries partially on factors other than training and experience. Among
these emerging factors are such considerations as attendance at summer school,
participation in in-service training, and contributions to the educational
program of the district.

State Law and State Board Regulations do not establish minimum salaries
or rates of pay for non-instructional personnel such as bus drivers, custodians,
clerical workers and day laborers. Rates of pay for such personnel usually
are governed by competitive conditions within each district and the "going
rate" for certain crafts. Non-instructional personnel must, however, be paid
according to a salary schedule which provides for various classifications of
employees of the school board. All salaries must meet Federal Wage and Hour
Law minimums. Salary differentials must be based on objective factors set
forth in the official district salary schedule. If new non-instructional
positions or classifications are established during a school year for which
provision is not made in the original official salary schedule, amendments
to the official salary schedule must be properly adopted by the district
board and a copy of such amendments filed with the State Commissioner.

Average salaries paid instructional personnel frequently are used as a
basis for comparing salaries. These averages can be highly misleading. A
district with a low salary schedule but with a large proportion of personnel
in the higher ranks and contractual status may have a higher average salary
than a district with a higher salaryschedule but a preponderance of personnel
in annual contract status.


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Comparisons of salaries paid in one state with salaries paid in other
states are even more complicated and misleading than comparisons among
districts. Contractual periods differ from state to state; comparisons of
annual salaries for ten-month periods with salaries for nine-month periods
are of little value. Fringe benefits such as sick leave, retirement,
sabbatical leave, scholarships, and reimbursed expenses further complicate
the picture. Certification requirements among the states differ and this
creates a problem in making comparisons. Sometimes it seems impossible
"to get from here to there" insofar as salary comparisons are concerned.

It is evident by now that comparisons of salary schedules are involved
and difficult, if not impossible, from a practical standpoint. Every
district's salary schedule is different in some aspects from every other
district. Salary schedules that appear to be similar may be different when
various supplements are counted and maximums as well as minimums are con-
sidered. It is necessary to examine each salary schedule in detail before
any comparisons can be made and even then it is difficult to arrive at a
definite conclusion. Is a high beginning salary and a low maximum salary
better than a low beginning salary and a high maximum? Ideally, of course,
a high beginning salary and a high maximum salary is desirable; or, as
Confucius is reputed to have said, "It is better to be healthy and wealthy
than to be sick and poor."


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1970-71 INSTRUCTIONAL SALARY RANGES
(Ten Months)

RANK I RANK IA RANK II RANK III RANK IV RANK V

Counties* Min. Max. Min. Max in. Max. Min. Max. Min. Max. Min. Max.
Alachua (15) $8,060 $11,346 $7,564 $10.850 $7,068 $10,354 $6,200 $ 9,486 $ $ $ $ -
Baker (15) 8,600 11,100 8,100 10,600 7,600 10,100 6,600 9,100 4,600 6,180 3,800 5,300
Bay (15) 7,700 10,100 7,200 9,600 6,700 9,100 6,200 8,600 3,200 3,900 3,000 3,700
Bradford (15) 8,900 11,800 8,200 11,100 7,500 10,400 6,500 9,400 -
Brevard (15) 8.340 12.300 7.420 11,380 7,420 11,380 6,500 10.460 -
Broward (45) 9,600 15,050 9,000 14,450 8,100 14,350 7,300 13,150 -
Calhoun (15) 8,500 10,850 7,800 10,150 7,100 9,450 6,100 8,450 4,450 5,200 4,300 5,050
Charlotte (15) 8,700 12,080 8,100 11,480 7,500 10,880 6,500 9,880 4,225 5,265 4,030 5,070
Citrus (15) 8,190 11,119 7,717 10,647 7,245 10,174 6,300 9,229 4,131 4,896 3,509 4,121
Clay (15) 8.200 11.200 7.300 10.300 6.800 9.800 6.000 9.000 4.050 5,550 3.700 5.200
Collier (15) 9,000 14,000 8,700 13,700 8,000 13,000 7,000 11,000 -
Columbia (15) 8,712 11,800 8,184 11,352 7,656 10,824 6,600 9,768 5,280 5,940 4,620 5,280
Dade (15) 9,100 14,015 8,500 13,415 8,000 13,015 7,100 11,915 -
De Soto (15) 7,700 10,724 7,350 10,374 7,000 10,024 6,300 9,324 3,850 4,610 3,650 4,410
Dixie (15) 7.592 9.984 7.446 9.792 7.300 9.600 6.300 8.600 4.200 4.950 4.000 4.750
Duval (15) 8,900 12,000 8,200 11,300 7,500 10,600 6,800 9,600 -
Escambia (15) 7,900 11,680 7,300 11,080 6,900 10,680 6,000 9,780 -
Flagler (15) 8,700 11,800 8,000 11,100 7,400 10,500 6,400 9,500 3,600 4,050 3,600 4,050
Franklin (15) 7,700 9,950 7,000 9,250 6,000 8,250 4,000 4,000 3,800 3,800
Gadsden (20) 8.700 11.200 8.000 10.500 7.300 9.900 6.400 9.000 4.100 5.005 3.900 4.805
Gilchrist (15) 8,008 10,400 7,854 10,200 7,700 10,000 6,500 8,800 -
Glades (16) 8,520 12,252 7,920 11,652 7,320 11,052 6,858 10,590 3,800 4,200 3,600 4,000
Gulf (15) 8,610 10,605 7,875 9,975 7,350 9,555 6,300 8,505 3,360 3,860 3,150 3,650
Hamilton (15) 8,200 10,400 7,700 9,900 7,200 9,400 6,200 8,400 4,050 4,800 3,850 4,600
Hardee (15) 8,400 11.500 7.700 10.800 7.300 10.400 6.300 9.400 4.200 5.200 4.000 5.000
Hendry (15) 8,300 11,300 7,600 10,600 7,100 10,100 6,600 9,500 4,300 7,200 4,100 7,000
Hernando (20) 7,936 11,264 7,552 10,880 7,168 10,496 6,400 9,728 4,200 5,400 3,850 5,050
Highlands (15) 8,900 12,425 8,200 11,725 7,500 11,025 6,700 10,000 3,400 3,400 3,200 3,200
Hillsborough (16) 7,800 11,400 7,450 11,050 7,100 10,700 6,400 10,000 -
Holmes (16) 8,100 10.550 7.500 9.950 6.900 9.350 6.300 8.750 3.600 4.105 3.400 3.905
Indian River (15) 8,200 11,675 7,700 11,175 7,200 10,675 6,400 9,875 5,275 7,700 5,075 7,500
Jackson (16) 8,400 10,500 7,800 9,900 7,200 9,300 6,300 8,400 3,900 4,500 3,600 4,200
Jefferson (15) 7,900 10,150 7,400 9,650 6,900 9,150 6,300 8,550 3,000 3,750 2,800 3,550
Lafayette (15) 8,300 10,800 7,800 10,300 7,300 9,800 6,300 8,800 5,100 6,600 4,800 6,300
Lake (15) 8.000 11.200 8.000 11.200 7.360 10,560 6.400 9.600 4.650 5.050 4.450 4.850
Lee (15) 9,000 12,300 8,300 11,600 7,600 10,900 6,600 9,900 4,900 5,500 4,900 4,900
Leon (15) 7,650 10,680 7,140 10,170 6,630 9,660 6,000 8,790 3,000 3,000 2,800 2,800
Levy (15) 8,250 11,650 7,550 10,950 7,350 10,550 6,550 10,100 6,000 6,000 5,800 5,800
Liberty (15) 8,500 11,300 8,000 10,800 7,500 10,300 6,500 9,300 4,500 5,500 4,300 5,300
Madison (15) 8.166 10.431 7.528 9.793 6.890 9.155 6.380 8.230 2.700 3.240 2.520 3.060
Manatee (15) 8,500 13,274 7,800 12,535 7,100 11,325 6,100 9,934 -
Marion (15) 7,700 10,700 7,200 10,200 6,800 9,800 6,200 9,200 4,150 4,450 3,770 4,070
Martin (15) 7,500 10,400 7,150 10,400 7,150 10,400 6,500 9,100 5,000 7,600 4,500 7,100
Monroe (15) 7,800 11,550 7,500 11,250 7,200 10,800 6,450 9,700 4,000 5,500 3,650 5,150
Nassau (15) 8.100 11.060 7.500 10.460 7.000 9.960 6.300 9.260 4,360 4.710 3.835 4.085
Okaloosa (16) 8,550 11,385 7,800 10,635 7,050 9,885 6,300 9,135 3,000 3,000 2,800 2,800
Okeechobee (15) 7,700 10,400 7,100 9,800 6,500 9,200 4,500 5,340 4,200 5,040
Orange (15) 7,936 12,096 7,168 11,328 7,168 11,328 6,400 10,560 -
Osceola (18) 8,000 10,700 7,800 10,500 7,200 10,500 6,400 9,400 4,250 4,500 4,050 4,300
Palm Beach (15) 8.000 12.800 7.488 11.981 7.168 11.469 6.400 10.240 5.760 8.870 -
Pasco (15) 8,200 10,750 7,600 10,150 7,000 9,850 6,100 8,950 4,500 5,750
Pinellas (15) 8,500 11,900 7,900 11,300 7,300 10,700 6,500 10,000 -
Polk (15) 8,900 12,300 8,200 11,600 7,500 10,900 6,500 9,900 3,550 4,550 3,350 4,350
Putnam (15) 8,100 10,950 7,600 10,450 7,100 9,950 6,100 8,950 -
St. Johns (15) 7.900 11.255 7,400 10.695 6.800 10.094 6.300 9.513 4.700 5.650 4.600 5.500
St. Lucie (15) 7,600 11,175 7,450 11,025 7,150 10,875 6,500 9,900 5,250 7,395 4,750 6,895
Santa Rosa (15) 7,812 11,005 7,378 10,571 6,944 10,137 6,200 9,393 4,512 5,712 4,012 5,212
Sarasota (15) 7,980 11,640 7,380 11,280 6,660 11,280 6,000 9,780 -
Seminole (15) 8,001 11,592 8,001 11,592 7,308 10,899 6,300 9,891 3,840 4,560 3,660 4,140
Sumter (15) 8.300 11.300 7.900 10,600 7.500 10.500 6.500 9.500 5.050 5.550 4.850 5.350
Suwannee (15) 8,000 10,300 7,500 9,800 7,000 9,300 6,300 8,500 3,400 4,900 3,200 4,700
Taylor (15) 7,875 10,710 7,875 10,710 7,182 10,017 6,300 9,135 4,600 5,300 4,400 5,100
Union (15) 7,400 10,046 7,350 9,996 7,300 9,946 6,300 8,946 -
Volusia** (15) 7,750 10,974 7,440 10,664 7,068 10,292 6,200 9,424 3,500 4,450 3,200 4,150
Wakulla (15) 7,296 9.088 6,976 8.576 6.784 8.384 6.400 8,000 3.712 3.840 3,456 3.584
Walton (15) 8,300 10,600 7,600 10,000 6,900 9,400 6,400 8,800 4,400 5,200 4,150 4,950
Washington (15) 8,700 10.600 8.000 9.900 7.300 9.200 6,300 8.200 3.900 4.450 3.700 3.900
*Number in parentheses indicates years required to reach maximum
**A pro-rata share of the Racing Commission Fund estimated to be $120 will be added to all salaries listed.
DE/DESE/BR
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FLORIDA CLASSROOM TEACHER SALARY RANGES
1951 1971


Rank I-A


County
Alachua
1951-52
1952-53
1953-54
1954-55
1955-56
1956-57
1957-58
1958-59
1959-60
1960-61
1961-62
1962-63
1963-64
1964-65
1965-66
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69
1969-70
1970-71


Rank II


$2,800 -
2,800 -
3,150 -
3,150 -
3,350 -
3,350 -
3,800 -
3,800 -
3,800 -
3,900 -
4,100 -
4,100 -
4,500 -
4,500 -
4,551 -
5,280 -
5,610 -
6,726 -
6,840 -
7,068 -


$ 3,300
3,550
3,900
4,085
4,285
4,285
5,400
5,400
5,400
5,500
5,700
5,700
6,700
6,700
7,626
7,824
8,313
9,853
10,020
10,354


$7,500 $10,000
7,500 10,000
8,100 10,600


$2,325
2,350
2,660
2,660
2,960
2,960
3,800
3,800
3,800
3,900
4,100
4,100
4,200
4,200
5,000
5,000
5,100
6,000
6,000
6,600


- $2,825
- 3,055
- 3,160
- 3,160
- 3,560
- 3,560
- 5,000
- 5,000
- 5,000
- 5,100
- 5,300
- 5,300
- 5,850
- 5,850
- 6,450
- 6,450
- 6,750
- 8,500
- 8,500
- 9,100


$2,395 $2,905
2,545 3,055
2,895 3,405
2,895 3,405
3,025 3,675
3,025 3,675
3,500 5,000
3,500 5,000
3,500 5,000
3,500 5,000
3,700 5,200
3,700 5,200
4,050 5,650
4,050 5,650
4,200 5,900
4,300 6,000
5,000 7,800
6,000 8,200
6,000 8,200
6,200 8,600


Rank I


$3,200 -
3,200 -
3,550 -
3,550 -
-4,005 -
3,750 -
4,500 -
4,200 -
4,200 -
4,300 -
4,500 -
4,500 -
5,400 -
5,100 -
5,166 -
5,856 -
6,222 -
7,670 -
7,800 -
8,060 -


Rank III


$ 3,700
3,950
4,300
4,485
4,685
4,865
5,800
5,800
5,800
5,900
6,100
6,100
7,300
7,300
8,200
8,400
8,925
10,797
10,890
11,346


$7,198 $10,325
7,320 10,500
7,564 10,850


$2,400 -
2,400 -
2,750 -
2,750 -
2,950 -
2,950 -
3,400 -
3,400 -
3,400 -
3,500 -
3,700 -
3,700 -
4,050 -
4,050 -
4,100 -
4,800 -
5,100 -
5,900 -
6,000 -
6,200 -


$2,900
3,150
3,500
3,685
3,885
3,885
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,100
5,300
5,300
6,250
6,250
7,175
7,344
7,803
9,027
9,180
9,486


Baker
1951-52
1952-53
1953-54
1954-55
1955-56
1956-57
1957-58
1958-59
1959-60
1960-61
1961-62
1962-63
1963-64
1964-65
1965-66
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69
1969-70
1970-71


Bay
1951-52
1952-53
1953-54
1954-55
1955-56
1956-57
1957-58
1958-59
1959-60
1960-61
1961-62
1962-63
1963-64
1964-65
1965-66
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69
1969-70
1970-71


$3,225 -
3,000 -
3,560 -
3,560 -
3,860 -
3,860 -
4,400 -
4,400 -
4,400 -
4,500 -
5,000 -
4,700 -
5,250 -
4,800 -
5,600 -
5,600 -
5,700 -
8,000 -
8,000 -
8,600 -


$3,430 -
3,580 -
3,930 -
3,930 -
4,260 -
4,060 -
4,550 -
4,550 -
4,550 -
4,550 -
4,750 -
4,750 -
5,300 -
5,100 -
5,250 -
5,350 -
6,000 -
7,500 -
7,500 -
7,700 -


$ 3,825
3,625
4,210
4,210
4,460
4,460
5,600
5,600
5,600
5,700
5,900
5,900
6,450
6,450
7,050
7,050
7,350
10,500
10,500
11,100


$ 3,940
4,090
4,440
4,440
4,920
4,920
6,050
6,050
6,050
6,050
6,250
6,250
6,700
6,700
6,950
7,050
8,800
9,700
9,700
10,100


$2,775 -
2,800 -
3,110 -
3,110 -
3,410 -
3,410 -
4,100 -
4,100 -
4,100 -
4,200 -
4,400 -
4,400 -
4,500 -
4,500 -
5,300 -
5,300 -
5,400 -
7,000 -
7,000 -
7,600 -


$2,830 -
2,980 -
3,330 -
3,330 -
3,460 -
3,460 -
3,950 -
3,950 -
3,950 -
3,950 -
4,150 -
4,150 -
4,500 -
4,500 -
4,650 -
4,750 -
5,500 -
6,500 -
6,500 -
6,700 -


$ 3,255
3,280
3,590
3,590
4,010
4,010
5,300
5,300
5,300
5,400
5,600
5,600
6,150
6,150
6,750
6,750
7,050
9,500
9,500
10,100


$ 3,340
3,490
3,840
3,840
4,200
4,200
5,450
5,450
5,450
5,450
5,650
5,650
6,100
6,100
6,350
6,450
8,300
8,700
8,700
9,100


$7,000 -
7,000 -
7,200 -


$ 9,200
9,200
9,600










Rank I


County
Bradford
1951-52
1952-53
1953-54
1954-55
1955-56
1956-57
1957-58
1958-59
1959-60
1960-61.
1961-62
1962-63
1963-64
1964-65
1965-66
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69
1969-70
1970-71


Rank T-A


$3,550 -
3,550 -
3,750 -
3,750 -
3,950 -
3,950 -
4,300 -
4,300 -
4,300 -
4,300 -
4,500 -
4,500 -
5,075 -
4,850 -
4,850 -
5,650 -
6,000 -
8,400 -
8,400 -
8,900 -


$3,050 $ 4,200
3,355 4,620
3,550 4,300
3,650 4,400
4,060 4,600
4,060 4,600
4,500 5,875
4,500 5,875
4,600 6,225
4,600 6,225
5,100 6,925
5,100 7,275
5,700 7,925
5,600 8,675
5,750 9,050
6,100 9,356
7,640 11,213
7,940 11,773
8,140 12,100
8,340 12,300


$ 4,150
4,150
4,350
4,350
4,550
4,550
5,500
5,500
5,500
5,500
5,700
5,700
6,250
6,250
7,200
7,350
7,700
11,000
11,000
11,800


$7,220 $11,180
7,420 11,380


$3,400 $ 4,400
3,600 4,700
3,600 4,800
4,100 5,250
4,300 5,700
4,300 5,800
4,800 6,890
4,800 7,190
4,800 7,330
5,100 7,850
5,100 8,160
5,300 8,160
6,100 8,710
6,110 8,742
5,687 8,742
6,171 10,302
6,776 10,864
7,991 12,444
8,391 12,844
9,600 15,050


$7,381 $11,834
7,781 12,234
9,000 14,450


Rank TT


Rank TTT


$7,700 $10,300
7,700 10,300
8,200 11,100


Brevard
1951-52
1952-53
1953-54
1954-55
1955-56
1956-57
1957-58
1958-59
1959-60
1960-61
1961-62
1962-63
1963-64
1964-65
1965-66
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69
1969-70
1970-71


$2,950 -
2,950 -
3,150 -
3,150 -
3,350 -
3,350 -
3,900 -
3,900 -
3,900 -
3,900 -
4,100 -
4,100 -
4,450 -
4,450 -
4,450 -
5,150 -
5,500 -
7,000 -
7,000 -
7,500 -


$2,800 -
3,080 -
3,300 -
3,400 -
3,600 -
3,600 -
4,100 -
4,100 -
4,200 -
4,200 -
4,500 -
4,500 -
4,800 -
5,000 -
5,150 -
5,500 -
6,720 -
7,020 -
7,220 -
7,420 -


$ 3,550
3,550
3,750
3,750
3,950
3,950
5,200
5,200
5,200
5,200
5,400
5,400
5,950
5,950
6,700
6,850
7,200
9,600
9,600
10,400


$ 3,550
3,905
4,050
4,150
4,350
4,350
5,475
5,475
5,875
5,825
6,325
6,675
7,325
8,075
8,250
8,556
10,293
10,853
11,180
11,380


$2,500
2,500
2,700
2,700
2,900
2,900
3,600
3,600
3,600
3,600
3,800
3,800
4,200
4,200
4,200
5,000
5,000
6,000
6,000
6,500


$2,400
2,640
2,900
3,000
3,200
3,200
3,700
3,700
3,800
3,800
4,100
4,100
4,400
4,600
4,750
5,100
5,800
6,100
6,300
6,500


$ 3,100
3,100
3,300
3,300
3,500
3,500
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,200
5,200
5,750
5,750
6,200
6,350
6,700
8,600
8,600
9,400


$ 3,150
3,465
3,650
3,750
3,950
3,950
5,075
5,075
5,425
5,425
5,925
6,275
6,925
7,475
7,650
7,956
9,373
9,933
10,260
10,460


Broward
1951-52
1952-53
1953-54
1954-55
1955-56
1956-57
1957-58
1958-59
1959-60
1960-61
1961-62
1962-63
1963-64
1964-65
1965-66
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69
1969-70
1970-71


$3,100
3,300
3,300
3,700
3,900
3,900
4,300
4,300
4,300
4,600
4,600
4,800
5,150
5,217
5,217
5,661
6,216
6,771
7,171
8,100


$ 4,100
4,400
4,500
4,850
5,300
5,400
6,390
6,690
6,830
7,350
7,650
7,850
8,200
8,507
8,272
10,098
9,912
11,590
11,197
14,350


$2,800 -
3,000 -
3,000 -
3,400 -
3,600 -
3,600 -
3,800 -
3,800 -
3,800 -
4,100 -
4,100 -
4,300 -
4,650 -
4,700 -
4,700 -
5,100 -
5,600 -
6,100 -
6,500 -
7,300 -


$ 3,800
4,100
4,200
4,550
5,000
5,100
5,890
6,190
6,330
6,850
7,050
7,250
7,600
7,896
6,956
8,976
9,240
10,431
10,465
13,150


Rank IIRank II








Rank I


County
Calhoun
1951-52
1952-53
1953-54
1954-55
1955-56
1956-57
1957-58
1958-59
1959-60
1960-61
1961-62
1962-63
1963-64
1964-65
1965-66
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69
1969-70
1970-71


wnt- T-A


$3,700 -
3,700 -
4,050 -
3,900 -


3,950 -
3,950 -
4,400 -
4,450 -
4,950 -
4,950 -
4,800 -
5,300 -
5,700 -
8,200 -
8,200 -
8,500 -


$ $ 4,420

4,300 4,700
4,300 4,700
4,500 4,900
4,500 4,900
4,650 6,050
4,650 6,050
4,650 6,050
5,050 6,450
5,550 6,650
5,250 7,250
6,050 7,975
6,050 8,175
6,225 8,650


8,450 11,180
8,600 11,460
8,700 12,080


$ 4,050
4,050
4,250
4,250


5,600
5,600
5,850
5,900
6,450
6,450
6,450
6,950
7,350
10,550
10,550
10,850


$7,800 $10,530
8,000 10,860
8,100 11,480


$7,717 $10,647
7,717 10,647
7,717 10,647


Rank I TT


Dantk TTT


$7,500 $ 9,850
7,500 9,850
7,800 10,150


Charlotte
1951-52
1952-53
1953-54
1954-55
1955-56
1956-57
1957-58
1958-59
1959-60
1960-61
1961-62
1962-63
1963-64
1964-65
1965-66
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69
1969-70
1970-71


$2,800 -
2,900 -
3,250 -
3,250 -
3,450 -
3,450 -
3,650 -
3,650 -
3,650 -
3,650 -
3,800 -
3,850 -
4,200 -
4,200 -
4,200 -
4,700 -
5,100 -
6,800 -
6,800 -
7,100 -


$3,000 -
2,700 -
3,400 -
3,400 -
3,600 -
3,600 -
4,050 -
4,050 -
4,050 -
4,450 -
4,650 -
4,650 -
5,150 -
5,150 -
5,625 -
5,800 -
6,105 -
7,150 -
7,400 -
7,500 -


$ 3,150
3,250
3,600
3,600
3,800
3,800
5,300
5,300
5,300
5,300
5,450
5,500
6,050
6,050
6,050
6,550
6,950
9,150
9,150
9,450


$ 3,900
3,575
4,100
4,100
4,300
4,300
5,450
4,950
5,450
5,650
6,050
6,650
7,375
7,575
8,050
9,200
8,635
9,880
10,260
10,880


$2,350 -
2,450 -
2,800 -
2,800 -
3,000 -
3,000 -
3,350 -
3,350 -
3,350 -
3,350 -
3,500 -
3,550 -
3,900 -
3,900 -
3,900 -
4,440 -
4,800 -
5,800 -
5,800 -
6,100 -


$2,200 -
2,500 -
2,950 -
2,950 -
3,850 -
3,150 -
3,600 -
3,600 -
3,600 -
4,000 -
4,200 -
4,200 -
4,550 -
4,550 -
5,025 -
5,200 -
5,500 -
6,500 -
6,500 -
6,500 -


$ 2,700
2,800
3,150
3,150
3,350
3,350
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,150
5,200
5,750
5,750
5,750
6,250
6,650
8,150
8,150
8,450


$ 3,000
3,200
3,650
3,650
3,150
3,850
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,200
5,600
6,200
6,775
6,975
7,450
8,600
8,010
9,360
9,360
9,880


Citrus
1951-52
1952-53
1953-54
1954-55
1955-56
1956-57
1957-58
1958-59
1959-60
1960-61
1961-62
1962-63
1963-64
1964-65
1965-66
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69
1969-70
1970-71


$3,400 -
3,400 -
3,800 -
3,800 -
4,185 -
4,000 -
4,535 -
4,535 -
4,535 -
4,735 -
4,935 -
5,085 -
5,435 -
5,635 -
5,989 -
6,109 -
6,308 -
8,190 -
8,190 -
8,190 -


$ 4,000
4,000
4,460
4,460
4,730
4,780
6,050
6,050
6,050
6,375
6,575
6,725
7,375
7,575
8,030
8,278
8,660
11,119
11,119
11,119


$2,800 -
2,800 -
3,200 -
3,200 -
3,400 -
3,400 -
3,700 -
3,700 -
3,800 -
4,000 -
4,200 -
4,350 -
4,700 -
5,000 -
5,210 -
5,314 -
5,708 -
7,245 -
7,245 -
7,245 -


$ 3,400
3,400
3,860
3,860
4,130
4,180
5,450
5,450
5,450
5,775
5,975
6,125
6,675
6,875
7,430
7,666
8,060
10,174
10,174
10,174


$2,440 $
2,440 -
2,840 -
2,840 -
3,680 -
3,040 -
3,340 -
3,340 -
3,440 -
3,700 -
3,900 -
4,050 -
4,400 -
4,700 -
4,820 -
4,916 -
5,394 -
6,300 -
6,300 -
6,300 -


2,950
2,950
3,410
3,410
3,040
3,730
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,335
5,535
5,685
6,235
6,435
6,804
7,028
7,422
9,229
9,229
9,229


Rank TT ~ ~











Couny Rak I ankI-A ank I Rnk III


Clay
1951-52
1952-53
1953-54
1954-55
1955-56
1956-57
1957-58
1958-59
1959-60
1960-61
1961-62
1962-63
1963-64
1964-65
1965-66
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69
1969-70
1970-71


$4,175
4,575
4,625
4,750
4,900
5,300
5,500
6,150
6,150
7,070
7,140
8,000
8,680
9,000
9,000


$3,300
3,300
3,330
3,330
3,920
3,920
4,220
4,300
4,300
4,300
4,500
4,700
4,900
4,900
5,650
5,650
5,950
8,200
8,200
8,200


$ 4,925
5,925
5,975
6,050
6,900
6,700
7,200
8,150
8,150
10,100
10,200
11,300
12,400
14,000
14,000


$3,240 $ 3,920
3,240 3,920
3,590 4,270
3,590 4,270
3,890 4,570
3,890 4,570
4,462 5,500
4,462 5,500
4,462 5,500
4,462 5,700
4,660 5,900
4,660 5,900
5,010 6,450
5,010 6,450
5,010 6,750
5,750 9,020
5,750 9,020
7,920 10,800
7,920 10,800
8,712 11,800


$ 3,940
3,876
4,080
4,080
4,340
4,340
5,830
5,850
5,850
5,850
6,060
6,260
6,810
6,810
7,560
7,560
8,160
11,200
11,200
11,200


$7,936 $11,656
8,700 13,700
8,700 13,700


$7,440 $10,320
7,440 10,320
8,184 11,352


-22-


$7,100 $10,100
7,300 10,300
7,300 10,300


Collier
1951-52
1952-53
1953-54
1954-55
1955-56
1956-57
1957-58
1958-59
1959-60
1960-61
1961-62
1962-63
1963-64
1964-65
1965-66
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69
1969-70
1970-71


Columbia
1951-52
1952-53
1953-54
1954-55
1955-56
1956-57
1957-58
1958-59
1959-60
1960-61
1961-62
1962-63
1963-64
1964-65
1965-66
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69
1969-70
1970-71


$2,900 -
2,850 -
2,898 -
2,898 -
3,210 -
3,210 -
3,510 -
3,800 -
3,800 -
3,800 -
4,000 -
4,200 -
4,550 -
4,550 -
5,300 -
5,300 -
5,600 -
6,800 -
6,800 -
6,800 -


$2,550
2,900
3,250
3,300
3,600
3,650
4,050
4,100
4,150
4,300
4,700
4,900
5,450
5,450
5,656
5,712
6,460
7,254
8,000
8,000


$2,700 -
2,700 -
3,050 -
3,050 -
3,350 -
3,350 -
3,707 -
3,707 -
3,707 -
3,707 -
4,000 -
4,000 -
4,350 -
4,350 -
4,350 -
5,400 -
6,800 -
6,960 -
6,960 -
7,656 -


$ 3,380
3,426
3,726
3,726
3,990
3,990
5,300
5,300
5,300
5,300
5,500
5,700
6,250
6,250
7,000
7,000
7,600
9,800
9,800
9,800


- $ 3,270
- 3,650
- 4,000
- 4,000
- 4,350
- 4,625
- 5,625
- 5,675
- 5,750
- 6,600
- 6,400
- 6,900
- 7,750
- 7,750
- 9,292
- 9,384
- 10,420
- 11,470
- 13,000
- 13,000


$ 3,270
3,270
3,620
3,620
3,920
3,920
5,300
5,300
5,300
5,500
5,700
5,700
6,250
6,250
6,250
8,550
8,550
9,840
9,840
10,824


$2,480 $
2,550 -
2,670 -
2,670 -
2,910 -
2,910 -
3,210 -
3,500 -
3,500 -
3,500 -
3,700 -
3,900 -
4,250 -
4,250 -
5,000 -
5,000 -
5,300 -
6,000 -
6,000 -
6,000 -


$2,250 -
2,600 -
2,950 -
3,000 -
3,300 -
3,350 -
3,750 -
3,800 -
3,850 -
4,000 -
4,400 -
4,600 -
5,050 -
5,050 -
5,050 -
5,100 -
5,800 -
6,200 -
7,000 -
7,000 -


$2,304 $
2,304 -
2,654 -
2,654 -
2,954 -
2,954 -
3,302 -
3,302 -
3,302 -
3,302 -
3,800 -
3,800 -
4,150 -
4,150 -
4,150 -
5,000 -
5,000 -
6,000 -
6,000 -
6,600 -


2,900
3,126
3,426
3,426
3,690
3,690
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,200
5,400
5,950
5,950
6,700
6,700
7,300
9,000
9,000
9,000


$ 2,970
3,350
3,700
3,700
4,050
4,325
5,325
5,375
5,450
6,300
6,100
6,600
7,350
7,350
7,979
8,058
8,990
10,416
11,000
11,000


2,784
2,784
3,134
3,134
3,434
3,434
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,200
5,200
5,750
5,750
5,750
7,850
7,850
8,880
8,880
9,768


County Rank I


Rank I-A Rank II


Rank III











Rank~~~~__~~ I akIA akI Rn I


County
Dade
1951-52
1952-53
1953-54
1954-55
1955-56
1956-57
1957-58
1958-59
1959-60
1960-61
1961-62
1962-63
1963-64
1964-65
1965-66
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69
1969-70
1970-71


$7,200 $10,200
7,200 10,200
7,350 10,374


$7,210 $
7,210 -
7,446 -


9,579
9,579
9,792


-23-


$3,800
3,800
4,150
4,150
4,350
4,432
4,800
4,800
5,300
5,100
5,850
5,850
6,030
6,480
6,784
6,307
7,680
8,430
8,680
9,100


De Soto
1951-52
1952-53
1953-54
1954-55
1955-56
1956-57
1957-58
1958-59
1959-60
1960-61
1961-62
1962-63
1963-64
1964-65
1965-66
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69
1969-70
1970-71


Dixie
1951-52
1952-53
1953-54
1954-55
1955-56
1956-57
1957-58
1958-59
1959-60
1960-61
1961-62
1962-63
1963-64
1964-65
1965-66
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69
1969-70
1970-71


$ 5,000
4,700
5,150
5,250
5,550
6,075
6,900
6,900
7,400
7,500
7,850
8,550
8,950
8,950
10,494
10,494
11,484
12,374
12,819
14,015


$3,650
3,650
3,931
3,931



4,300
4,500
4,500
5,150
5,150
5,250
5,856
6,240
7,800
7,800
7,700


$3,100
3,300
3,650
3,650
4,000
3,850
4,450
4,450
4,450
4,450
4,650
4,650
5,150
5,150
5,200
5,700
6,200
7,280
7,280
7,592


$7,890 $11,852
8,140 12,297
8,500 13,415


$ 4,430
4,430
4,500
4,500



5,800
6,000
6,000
6,550
6,550
6,950
7,776
8,424
10,800
10,800
10,724


$ 3,600
3,800
4,150
4,150
4,350
4,350
5,350
5,350
5,350
5,350
5,550
5,550
6,050
6,050
6,250
6,950
8,450
9,672
9,672
9,984


$3,100
2,900
3,250
3,550
3,750
3,750
4,100
4,100
4,300
4,500
5,000
5,000
5,200
5,200
5,830
5,830
6,600
7,350
7,600
8,000


$2,694
2,748
3,050
3,050
3,250
3,250
3,700
3,700
3,700
3,700
3,900
3,900
4,250
4,250
4,650
5,280
5,720
6,600
6,600
7,000


$2,750
3,000
3,350
3,350
3,550
3,550
3,850
3,850
3,850
3,850
4,050
4,050
4,400
4,400
4,600
5,100
5,600
7,000
7,000
7,300


$ 4,700
4,400
4,850
4,950
5,250
5,775
6,600
6,600
6,800
6,900
7,400
7,650
8,050
8,050
9,540
9,540
10,440
11,330
11,775
13,015


$ 3,193
3,408
3,758
3,758
3,958
3,958
5,100
5,100
5,300
5,300
5,500
5,500
6,050
6,050
6,450
7,056
7,904
9,600
9,600
10,024


$ 3,250
3,500
3,850
3,850
4,050
4,050
5,350
5,350
5,350
5,350
5,550
5,550
6,100
6,100
6,400
6,350
7,850
9,300
9,300
9,600


$2,600
2,600
2,950
3,250
3,450
3,450
3,800
3,800
4,000
4,200
4,550
4,550
4,750
4,750
5,300
5,300
6,000
6,650
6,900
7,100


$2,328
2,328
2,678
2,678
2,878
2,878
3,400
3,400
3,400
3,400
3,600
3,600
3,950
3,950
4,350
4,800
5,200
6,000
6,000
6,300


$2,350 -
2,550 -
2,900 -
2,900 -
3,100 -
3,100 -
3,400 -
3,400 -
3,400 -
3,400 -
3,600 -
3,600 -
3,950 -
3,950 -
4,150 -
4,650 -
5,150 -
6,000 -
6,000 -
6,300 -


$ 4,000
4,000
4,350
4,350
4,550
5,075
5,900
5,900
6,100
6,300
6,650
6,900
7,600
7,600
9,010
9,010
9,860
10,650
10,095
11,915


$ 2,730
3,108
3,458
3,458
3,658
3,658
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,200
5,200
5,750
5,750
6,150
6,576
7,384
9,000
9,000
9,324


$ 2,850
3,050
3,400
3,400
3,600
3,600
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,200
5,200
5,750
5,750
6,050
5,900
7,400
8,300
8,300
8,600


Rank T


Rank I-A


Rank TT


Rank TTT











Dank !-A an T


County
Duval
1951-52
1952-53
1953-54
1954-55
1955-56
1956-57
1957-58
1958-59
1959-60
1960-61
1961-62
1962-63
1963-64
1964-65
1965-66
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69
1969-70
1970-71


$3,000 $ 3,800
3,200 4,000
3,500 4,300
3,500 4,300
4,000 4,500
4,000 4,500
4,150 5,800
4,150 5,800
4,150 5,800
4,350 6,000
4,550 6,400
5,150 6,400
5,340 7,020
4,960 7,020
5,236 7,436
5,474 7,774
5,900 8,300
7,424 10,092
7,424 10,620
7,900 11,680


$7,076 -
7,076 -
7,300 -


$ 9,744
10,260
11,080


$2,550 $ 3,350
2,750 3,550
3,050 3,850
3,050 3,850
3,250 4,050
3,250 4,050
3,700 5,350
3,700 5,350
3,700 5,350
3,900 5,550
4,100 5,950
4,100 5,950
4,580 6,640
4,580 6,640
4,840 7,040
5,060 7,360
5,450 7,850
6,728 9,396
6,728 9,900
6,900 10,680


$7,600 $ 9,900
7,600 10,300
8,000 11,100


$3,100
3,100
3,350
3,585
3,900
4,188
4,488
4,488
4,488
4,488
5,000
5,015
5,365
5,365
5,750
6,300
6,950
8,400
8,400
8,900


$ 4,636
4,636
4,886
5,121
5,436
5,436
6,336
6,336
6,336
6,336
6,600
6,700
7,250
7,250
8,750
9,400
9,400
11,400
11,400
12,000


$7,700 $10,700
7,700 10,700
8,200 11,300


$2,750
2,750
3,000
3,235
3,550
3,550
3,850
3,850
3,850
3,850
4,250
4,250
4,600
4,600
5,400
5,650
5,650
7,000
7,000
7,500


$ 3,998
4,094
4,344
4,579
4,894
4,894
5,794
5,794
5,794
5,794
6,000
6,100
6,650
6,650
8,000
8,100
8,100
10,000
10,000
10,600


$2,400 -
2,400 -
2,650 -
2,885 -
3,200 -
3,200 -
3,500 -
3,500 -
3,500 -
3,500 -
4,000 -
4,000 -
4,350 -
4,350 -
5,000 -
5,000 -
5,000 -
6,000 -
6,000 -
6,800 -


$ 3,492
3,492
3,742
3,977
4,292
4,292
5,192
5,192
5,192
5,192
5,400
5,500
6,050
6,050
7,350
7,450
7,450
9,000
9,000
9,600


Escambia
1951-52
1952-53
1953-54
1954-55
1955-56
1956-57
1957-58
1958-59
1959-60
1960-61
1961-62
1962-63
1963-64
1964-65
1965-66
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69
1969-70
1970-71


$2,250
2,450
2,750
2,750
2,950
2,950
3,400
3,400
3,400
3,600
3,800
3,800
4,200
4,200
4,400
4,600
5,000
5,800
5,800
6,000


$ 3,000
3,200
3,500
3,500
3,700
3,700
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,200
5,600
5,600
6,260
6,260
6,644
6,946
7,400
8,468
8,940
9,780


Flagler
1951-52
1952-53
1953-54
1954-55
1955-56
1956-57
1957-58
1958-59
1959-60
1960-61
1961-62
1962-63
1963-64
1964-65
1965-66
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69
1969-70
1970-71


$3,000
3,150
3,500
3,500
4,015
4,015
4,300
4,300
4,300
4,300
4,900
4,600
5,250
4,950
5,000
6,100
6,100
8,300
8,300
8,700


$ 3,800
3,990
4,340
4,340
4,540
4,540
5,350
5,350
5,500
5,500
6,100
6,100
6,650
6,650
6,700
8,000
8,200
10,600
11,000
11,800


$2,700
2,835
3,185
3,185
3,385
3,385
3,700
3,700
3,700
3,850
4,350
4,350
4,700
4,700
4,750
5,500
5,500
7,000
7,000
7,400


$ 3,500
3,675
4,025
4,025
4,225
4,225
5,200
5,200
5,350
5,350
5,850
5,850
6,400
6,400
6,450
7,400
7,600
9,300
9,700
10,500


$2,600 -
2,730 -
3,080 -
3,080 -
3,280 -
3,280 -
3,550 -
3,550 -
3,550 -
3,700 -
3,900 -
3,900 -
4,250 -
4,250 -
4,300 -
5,000 -
5,000 -
6,000 -
6,000 -
6,400 -


$ 3,000
3,150
3,500
3,500
3,700
3,700
5,050
5,050
5,200
5,200
5,400
5,400
5,950
5,950
6,000
6,900
7,100
8,300
8,700
9,500


Rant- T-A


Rank TT


DRik TTT










County Rank I Rank I-A Rank II Rank III
Franklin
1951-52 $3,300 $ 3,480 $2,800 $ 3,220 $2,300 $ 2,720
1952-53 3,300 3,480 2,900 .3,320 2,400 2,820
1953-54 3,650 4,070 3,250 3,670 2,750 3,170
1954-55 3,950 4,130 3,250 3,670 2,750 3,170
1955-56 4,150 4,580 3,450 3,870 2,950 3,370
1956-57 4,330 4,570 3,450 3,870 3,000 3,420
1957-58 4,350 5,600 3,800 5,300 3,500 5,000
1958-59 4,350 5,600 3,800 5,300 3,500 5,000
1959-60 4,350 5,600 3,800 5,300 3,500 5,000
1960-61 4,350 5,600 3,800 5,300 3,500 5,000
1961-62 4,500 5,700 4,100 5,400 3,800 5,100
1962-63 4,500 5,700 4,100 5,400 3,800 5,100
1963-64 5,950 6,150 4,450 5,950 4,150 5,650
1964-65 5,950 6,150 4,450 5,950 4,150 5,650
1965-66 6,250 6,450 4,750 6,250 4,450 5,950
1966-67 6,550 6,550 4,850 6,350 4,550 6,050
1967-68 7,000 7,000 5,300 6,800 5,000 6,500
1968-69 7,500 9,750 6,800 9,050 5,800 8,050
1969-70 7,700 9,950 7,000 9,250 6,000 8,250
1970-71 7,700 9,950 7,000 9,250 6,000 8,250





Gadsden
1951-52 $3,180 $ 3,600 $2,700 $ 3,120 $2,280 $ 2,700
1952-53 3,300 3,780 2,820 3,300 2,400 2,880
1953-54 3,600 4,080 3,120 3,600 2,700 3,180
1954-55 3,600 4,080 3,120 3,600 2,700 3,180
1955-56 3,800 4,280 3,320 3,800 2,900 3,380
1956-57 3,980 4,280 3,320 3,800 2,900 3,380
1957-58 4,280 5,700 3,750 5,350 3,400 5,000
1958-59 4,280 5,700 3,750 5,350 3,400 5,000
1959-60 4,280 5,700 3,750 5,350 3,400 5,000
1960-61 4,280 5,700 3,750 5,350 3,400 5,000
1961-62 4,480 5,900 3,950 5,500 3,600 5,200
1962-63 4,480 5,900 3,950 5,550 3,600 5,200
1963-64 4,805 6,425 4,275 6,075 3,925 5,725
1964-65 4,805 6,425 4,275 6,075 3,925 5,725
1965-66 4,805 6,600 4,275 6,250 3,925 5,900
1966-67 5,000 6,600 4,550 6,250 4,200 5,900
1967-68 5,400 7,200 5,160 6,852 4,800 6,504
1968-69 8,300 10,800 $7,600 $10,100 6,900 9,500 6,000 8,600
1969-70 8,300 10,800 7,600 10,100 6,900 9,500 6,000 8,600
1970-71 8,700 11,200 8,000 10,500 7,300 9,900 6,400 9,000





Gilchrist
1951-52 $2,650 $ 3,250 $2,250 $ 2,850
1952-53 2,750 3,350 2,350 2,950
1953-54 3,000 3,600 2,600 3,200
1954-55 3,000 3,700 2,600 3,300
1955-56 3,300 3,900 2,900 3,500
1956-57 3,300 3,900 2,900 3,500
1957-58 $4,100 $ 5,500 3,500 5,200 3,300 5,000
1958-59 4,100 5,500 3,500 5,200 3,300 5,000
1959-60 4,100 5,500 3,500 5,200 3,300 5,000
1960-61 4,200 5,600 3,600 -. 5,300 3,400 5,100
1961-62 4,400 5,800 3,800 5,500 3,600 5,300
1962-63 4,400 5,800 3,800 5,500 3,600 5,300
1963-64 4,800 6,400 4,200 6,100 4,000 5,900
1964-65 4,800 6,400 4,200 6,100 4,000 5,900
1965-66 5,000 6,900 4,700 6,600 4,500 6,400
1966-67 5,500 7,400 5,200 7,100 5,000 6,700
1967-68 5,928 8,008 5,700 7,700 6,900 7,000
1968-69 7,280 9,672 $7,140 $ 9,486 7,000 9,300 6,000 8,300
1969-70 7,280 9,672 7,140 9,486 7,000 9,300 6,000 8,300
1970-71 8,008 10,400 7,854 10,200 7,700 10,000 6,500 8,800


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County Rank I Rank I-A Rank II Rank III
Glades
1951-52 $2,800 $ 4,200 $2,600 $ 3,700 $2,400 $ 3,200
1952-53 2,800 4,200 2,600 3,700 2,400 3,200
1953-54 3,150 4,550 2,950 4,050 2,750 3,550
1954-55 3,925 4,600 3,525 4,200 3,100 3,730
1955-56 4,100 5,000 3,700 4,600 3,300 4,200
1956-57 4,100 5,100 3,700 4,700 3,300 4,300
1957-58 4,400 6,000 4,000 5,600 3,600 5,200
1958-59 4,500 6,200 4,100 5,800 3,700 5,400
1959-60 4,500 6,200 4,100 5,800 3,900 5,400
1960-61 4,500 6,200 4,100 5,800 3,900 5,400
1961-62 4,500 6,300 4,300 6,100 4,100 5,900
1962-63 4,500 6,300 4,500 6,300 4,100 5,900
1963-64 4,850 6,850 4,850 6,850 4,450 6,450
1964-65 4,850 6,850 4,850 6,850 4,450 6,450
1965-66 5,150 7,150 4,750 6,750
1966-67 6,100 8,200 5,500 7,800 5,000 7,300
1967-68 7,260 9,420 6,660 9,540 6,120 8,940
1968-69 8,220 11,662 $7,620 $11,062 7,020 10,462 6,558 9,960
1969-70 8,220 11,662 7,620 11,062 7,020 10,462 6,558 9,960
1970-71 8,520 12,252 7,920 11,652 7,320 11,052 6,858 10,590





Gulf
1951-52 $3,225 $ 3,975 $2,625 $ 3,375 $2,250 $ 3,000
1952-53 3,225 3,975 2,775 3,525 2,400 3,150
1953-54 3,575 4,325 3,125 3,875 2,750 3,500
1954-55 3,575 4,325 3,125 3,875 2,750 3,500
1955-56 4,000 4,525 3,325 4,075 2,950 3,700
1956-57 3,775 4,525 3,325 4,075 2,950 3,700
1957-58 4,700 5,825 4,025 5,375 3,650 5,000
1958-59 4,700 5,825 4,025 5,375 3,650 5,000
1959-60 4,925 6,050 4,100 5,450 3,650 5,000
1960-61 4,925 6,050 4,100 5,450 3,650 5,000
1961-62 5,125 6,250 4,300 5,650 3,850 5,200
1962-63 5,125 6,250 4,300 5,650 3,850 5,200
1963-64 5,475 6,800 4,650 6,200 4,200 5,750
1964-65 5,250 6,800 4,650 6,200 4,200 5,750
1965-66 5,250 6,800 4,650 6,200 4,200 5,750
1966-67 5,115 6,820 4,620 6,325
1967-68 5,970 7,470 5,425 6,925
1968-69 8,200 10,100 $7,500 $ 9,500 7,000 9,100 6,000 8,100
1969-70 8,200 10,100 7,500 9,500 7,000 9,100 6,000 8,100
1970-71 8,610 10,605 7,875 9,975 7,350 9,555 6,300 8,505





Hamilton
1951-52 $3,300 $ 3,800 $2,700 $ 3,200 $2,250 $ 2,750
1952-53 3,500 4,000 2,900 3,400 2,450 2,950
1953-54 3,850 4,350 3,250 3,750 2,800 3,300
1954-55 3,850 4,350 3,250 3,750 2,800 3,300
1955-56 4,200 4,550 3,450 3,950 3,000 3,500
1956-57 4,050 4,550 3,450 3,950 3,000 3,500
1957-58 4,500 5,600 3,750 5,300 3,300 5,000
1958-59 4,500 5,600 3,750 5,300 3,300 5,000
1959-60 4,500 5,600 3,750 5,300 3,300 5,000
1960-61 4,500 5,600 3,750 5,300 3,300 5,000
1961-62 4,650 5,750 3,900 5,450 3,450 5,150
1962-63 4,650 5,750 3,900 5,450 3,450 5,150
1963-64 5,000 6,300 4,250 6,000 3,800 5,700
1964-65 5,000 6,300 4,250 6,000 3,800 5,700
1965-66 5,400 6,300 4,650 6,000 4,200 5,700
1966-67 6,200 7,100 5,450 6,800 5,000 6,500
1967-68 6,100 7,900 5,400 7,500 5,000 7,100
1968-69 7,200 9,400 $6,800 $ 9,000 6,400 8,600 6,000 8,200
1969-70 7,600 9,800 7,200 9,400 6,800 9,000 6,000 8,200
1970-71 8,200 10,400 7,700 9,900 7,200 9,400 6,200 8,400











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Rank T-A


County
Hardee
1951-52
1952-53
1953-54
1954-55
1955-56
1956-57
1957-58
1958-59
1959-60
1960-61
1961-62
1962-63
1963-64
1964-65
1965-66
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69
1969-70
1970-71


$3,300 $ 4,000


$7,000 $10,000
7,000 10,000
7,600 10,600


$6,900 $10,500
6,900 11,040
7,552 10,880


-27-


Rank T


anr- TT


Rinl TTT


$3,825
3,825
4,150
4,150
4,150
4,150
4,150
4,300
4,600
4,600
5,050
4,950
5,250
6,000
6,300
8,400
8,400
8,400


$ 4,225
4,225
4,750
4,750
5,600
5,600
5,600
6,000
6,000
6,100
6,650
6,650
7,250
8,000
8,200
11,000
11,500
11,500


$7,700 $10,500
7,700 10,800
7,700 10,800


Hendry
1951-52
1952-53
1953-54
1954-55
1955-56
1956-57
1957-58
1958-59
1959-60
1960-61
1961-62
1962-63
1963-64
1964-65
1965-66
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69
1969-70
1970-71


Hernando
1951-52
1952-53
1953-54
1954-55
1955-56
1956-57
1957-58
1958-59
1959-60
1960-61
1961-62
1962-63
1963-64
1964-65
1965-66
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69
1969-70
1970-71


$2,750
2,750
3,225
3,225
3,550
3,550
3,700
3,700
3,700
4,000
4,000
4,300
4,650
4,650
4,800
5,500
5,800
7,000
7,000
7,300


$2,800
3,100
3,425
3,425
3,625
3.,625
4,100
4,100
4,100
4,200
4,400
4,400
4,900
4,900
5,300
5,500
5,900
6,500
6,500
7,100


$2,750
2,750
3,200
3,200
3,450
3,450
3,750
3,750
3,750
3,750
4,150
4,150
4,650
4,650
4,900
5,300
5,830
6,600
6,600
7,168


$ 3,150
3,150
3,625
3,625
4,150
4,150
5,300
5,300
5,300
5,600
5,600
5,800
6,350
6,350
6,800
7,500
7,700
9,800
10,100
10,400


$ 3,400
3,700
4,025
4,025
4,350
4,350
5,500
5,500
5,500
5,800
6,000
6,000
6,550
6,750
7,000
7,500
7,900
9,500
9,500
10,100


$ 3,500
3,500
3,950
3,950
4,200
4,200
5,450
5,450
5,450
5,450
5,950
5,950
6,650
6,650
7,100
7,700
7,785
10,200
10,200
10,496


$2,250 -
2,250 -
2,725 -
2,725 -
3,100 -
3,100 -
3,400 -
3,400 -
3,400 -
3,700 -
3,700 -
4,000 -
4,350 -
4,350 -
4,500 -
5,000 -
5,300 -
6,000 -
6,000 -
6,300 -


$2,350
2,650
2,975
2,975
3,175
3,175
3,700
3,700
3,700
3,800
4,000
4,000
4,500
4,500
4,900
5,100
5,500
6,100
6,100
6,600


$2,368
2,368
2,818
2,818
3,068
3,068
3,400
3,400
3,400
3,400
3,800
3,800
4,350
4,350
4,600
5,000
5,300
6,000
6,000
6,400


$ 2,730
2,730
3,205
3,205
3,700
3,700
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,300
5,300
5,500
6,050
6,050
6,400
7,000
7,200
8,800
9,100
9,400


$ 2,950
3,250
3,575
3,575
3,900
3,900
5,100
5,100
5,100
5,400
5,600
5,600
6,150
6,350
6,600
7,100
7,500
9,000
9,000
9,500


3,000
3,000
3,450
3,450
3,700
3,700
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,500
5,500
6,200
6,200
6,500
7,100
7,155
9,600
9,600
9,728


7,700
7,700
8,300


$3,900
3,900
4,350
4,150
4,650
4,450
4,450
4,450
5,050
5,050
5,550
5,550
5,800
6,200
6,360
7,200
7,200
7,936


10,700
10,700
11,300


$ 4,550
4,550
4,800
4,800
6,050
6,050
6,050
6,050
6,550
6,550
7,250
7,250
7,600
8,200
8,215
10,800
11,520
11,264


Rank I Rank I-A











Rank TT Rn T


County
Highlands
1951-52
1952-53
1953-54
1954-55
1955-56
1956-57
1957-58
1958-59
1959-60
1960-61
1961-62
1962-63
1963-64
1964-65
1965-66
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69
1969-70
1970-71


$3,400 $ 4,200
3,600 4,400
3,950 4,750
3,950 4,750
4,400 4,950
4,450 5,050
4,450 5,950
4,450 5,950
4,450 5,950
4,650 6,600
4,850 6,800
5,150 6,900
5,500 7,450
5,500 7,800
5,500 7,800
5,700 9,158
6,000 9,250
8,500 12,025
8,500 12,025
8,900 12,425


$3,400 $ 4,300
3,500 4,500
3,850 4,950
3,850 4,950
4,050 5,250
4,050 5,350
4,650 6,250
4,850 6,250
4,850 6,250
4,850 6,250
5,050 6,590
5,050 6,590
5,450 7,190
5,450 7,190
5,450 7,190
5,969 7,661
6,240 9,568
7,100 10,225
7,100 10,225
7,800 11,400


$6,775 $ 9,950
6,775 9,950
7,450 11,050


$2,700 $ 3,900
2,800 4,100
3,150 4,550
3,150 4,550
3,350 4,850
3,350 4,950
3,900 5,850
3,900 5,850
3,900 5,850
3,900 5,850
4,000 6,140
4,000 6,140
4,400 6,740
4,400 6,740
4,400 6,740
5,170 7,191
5,720 9,048
6,550 9,675
6,550 9,675
7,100 10,700


$3,600 $ 4,100
3,600 4,100
3,980 4,300
3,980 4,300
4,400 5,800
4,400 5,800
4,400 5,800
4,400 5,800
4,600 6,000
4,600 6,000
4,975 6,550
4,975 6,550
4,975 6,550
5,050 6,850
5,450 7,250
7,500 9,500
7,500 9,500
8,100 10,550


$6,950 $ 9,150
6,950 9,150
7,500 9,950


-28-


Rank TT


$7,800 $11,325
7,800 11,325
8,200 11,725


onr TTT


$2,800
3,000
3,350
3,350
3,550
3,550
3,850
3,850
3,850
4,050
4,250
4,550
4,900
4,900
4,900
5,300
5,600
7,100
7,100
7,500


- $ 3,600
- 3,800
- 4,150
- 4,150
- 4,350
4,450
- 5,350
- 5,350
- 5,350
6,000
- 6,200
- 6,300
- 6,850
- 7,200
7,650
8,582
- 8,830
- 10,625
- 10,625
- 11,025


$2,400 -
2,600 -
2,950 -
2,950 -
3,150 -
3,150 -
3,450 -
3,450 -
3,450 -
3,650 -
3,850 -
4,150 -
4,500 -
4,500 -
4,500 -
4,700 -
5,000 -
6,300 -
6,300 -
6,700 -


$ 3,200
3,400
3,750
3,750
3,950
4,050
5,200
5,200
5,200
5,600
5,800
5,900
6,450
6,800
7,250
7,718
8,050
9,600
9,600
10,000


Hillsborough
1951-52
1952-53
1953-54
1954-55
1955-56
1956-57
1957-58
1958-59
1959-60
1960-61
1961-62
1962-63
1963-64
1964-65
1965-66
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69
1969-70
1970-71


$2,500 -
2,600 -
2,950 -
2,950 -
3,150 -
3,150 -
3,700 -
3,700 -
3,700 -
3,700 -
4,000 -
4,000 -
4,400 -
4,400 -
4,400 -
4,700 -
5,200 -
6,000 -
6,000 -
6,400 -


$ 3,500
3,700
4,150
4,150
4,450
4,550
5,450
5,450
5,450
5,450
5,680
5,680
6,280
6,280
6,280
6,721
8,528
9,125
9,125
10,000


Holmes
1951-52
1952-53
1953-54
1954-55
1955-56
1956-57
1957-58
1958-59
1959-60
1960-61
1961-62
1962-63
1963-64
1964-65
1965-66
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69
1969-70
1970-71


$2,800 $
2,900 -
3,150 -
3,150 -
3,350 -
3,350 -
3,650 -
3,650 -
3,650 -
3,650 -
3,850 -
3,850 -
4,300 -
4,300 -
4,300 -
4,600 -
5,000 -
6,600 -
6,600 -
6,900 -


3,200
3,300
3,650
3,650
3,850
3,850
5,350
5,350
5,350
5,350
5,550
5,550
6,100
6,100
6,100
6,400
6,800
8,800
8,800
9,350


$2,300 -
2,400 -
2,700 -
2,700 -
2,900 -
2,900 -
3,300 -
3,300 -
3,300 -
3,300 -
3,500 -
3,500 -
3,950 -
3,950 -
3,950 -
4,400 -
4,800 -
6,000 -
6,000 -
6,300 -


$ 2,700
2,800
3,200
3,200
3,400
3,400
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,200
5,200
5,750
5,750
5,750
6,050
6,450
8,450
8,450
8,750


Rank I


Rank I-A










County Rank I Rank I-A Rank II Rank III
Indian River
1951-52 $2,675 $ 3,275 $2,375 $ 2,975
1952-53 2,800 3,600 2,500 3,300
1953-54 3,020 3,920 2,720 3,620
1954-55 3,020 3,920 2,720 3,620
1955-56 3,300 4,120 3,000 3,820
1956-57 3,300 4,300 3,000 4,000
1957-58 3,700 5,300 3,400 5,000
1958-59 3,700 5,300 3,400 5,000
1959-60 3,700 5,300 3,400 5,000
1960-61 4,100 5,500 3,800 5,200
1961-62 4,300 5,945 4,000 5,645
1962-63 4,500 6,560 4,200 6,260
1963-64 4,800 7,185 4,500 6,885
1964-65 4,800 7,185 4,500 6,885
1965-66 4,950 7,470 4,500 7,020
1966-67 5,450 8,105 5,000 7,655
1967-68 5,775 8,430 5,325 7,980
1968-69 6,800 10,275 6,000 9,475
1969-70 $7,800 $11,275 $7,300 $10,775 6,800 10,275 6,000 9,475
1970-71 8,200 11,675 7,700 11,175 7,200 10,675 6,400 9,875





Jackson
1951-52 $3,144 $ 3,660 $2,544 $ 3,060 $2,244 $ 2,760
1952-53 3,144 3,660 2,544 3,060 2,244 2,760
1953-54 3,612 4,020 3,012 3,420 2,712 3,120
1954-55 3,612 4,020 3,012 3,420 2,712 3,120
1955-56 3,852 4,260 3,252 3,660 2,952 3,360
1956-57 3,852 4,260 3,252 3,660 2,952 3,360
1957-58 4,608 5,520 3,720 5,220 3,420 5,004
1958-59 4,608 5,520 3,720 5,220 3,420 5,004
1959-60 4,608 5,520 3,720 5,220 3,420 5,004
1960-61 4,608 5,520 3,720 5,220 3,420 5,004
1961-62 4,800 5,712 3,912 5,412 3,612 5,196
1962-63 4,800 5,712 3,912 5,412 3,612 5,196
1963-64 5,100 6,216 4,212 5,916 3,912 5,700
1964-65 5,100 6,216 4,212 5,916 3,912 5,700
1965-66 5,100 6,216 4,500 5,916 4,200 5,700
1966-67 5,304 6,420 4,704 6,120 4,404 5,904
1967-68 5,700 6,768 5,100 6,648 4,800 6,432
1968-69 8,100 10,200 $7,500 $ 9,600 6,900 9,000 6,000 8,100
1969-70 8,100 10,200 7,500 9,600 6,900 9,000 6,000 8,100
1970-71 8,400 10,500 7,800 9,900 7,200 9,300 6,300 8,400





Jefferson
1951-52 $3,500 $ 3,800 $3,000 $ 3,300 $2,550 $ 2,900
1952-53 3,600 3,900 3,050 3,400 2,650 3,000
1953-54 3,950 4,200 3,300 3,700 2,800 3,300
1954-55 3,950 4,200 3,300 3,700 2,800 3,300
1955-56 4,150 4,400 3,500 3,900 3,000 3,500
1956-57 4,150 4,400 3,500 3,900 3,000 3,500
1957-58 4,350 5,800 3,800 5,400 3,400 5,000
1958-59 4,350 5,800 3,800 5,400 3,400 5,000
1959-60 4,350 5,800 3,800 5,400 3,400 5,000
1960-61 4,350 5,800 3,800 5,400 3,400 5,000
1961-62 4,550 6,000 4,000 5,600 3,600 5,200
1962-63 4,550 6,000 4,000 5,600 3,600 5,200
1963-64 4,900 6,550 4,350 6,150 3,950 5,750
1964-65 4,900 6,550 4,350 6,150 3,950 5,750
1965-66 4,900 6,850 4,350 6,450 3,950 6,050
1966-67 5,600 7,250 5,050 6,850 4,650 6,450
1967-68 5,900 7,550 5,350 7,150 4,950 6,750
1968-69 7,350 9,450 $6,800 $ 9,050 6,400 8,650 6,000 8,250
1969-70 7,200 9,450 6,800 9,050 6,400 8,650 6,000 8,250
1970-71 7,900 10,150 7,400 9,650 6,900 9,150 6,300 8,550









Rank I


County
Lafayette
1951-52
1952-53
1953-54
1954-55
1955-56
1956-57
1957-58
1958-59
1959-60
1960-61
1961-62
1962-63
1963-64
1964-65
1965-66
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69
1969-70
1970-71


$3,000
3,200
3,350
3,600
3,960
3,800
4,400
4,400
4,400
4,400
4,700
4,700
5,050
5,350
5,350
5,347
6,050
7,500
7,500
8,000


$ 4,025
4,175
4,325
4,545
4,545
4,665
5,900
5,900
5,900
5,900
6,300
6,340
6,890
7,010
7,010
7,672
8,750
10,500
10,500
11,200


Rank I-A


$3,700 $ 4,200
3,700 4,200
4,050 4,400
4,050 4,400
4,450 5,600
4,450 5,600
4,450 5,600
4,450 5,600
4,650 5,800
4,650 5,850
5,000 6,400
5,100 6,500
5,325 6,725
6,200 7,800
6,300 7,900
8,300 10,500
8,000 10,125
8,300 10,800


$7,500 $10,500
7,500 10,500
8,000 11,200


$7,687 $10,987
7,825 11,125
8,300 11,600


-30-


Rank II


Rank TTT


$7,800 $10,000
7,500 9,625
7,800 10,300


Lake
1951-52
1952-53
1953-54
1954-55
1955-56
1956-57
1957-58
1958-59
1959-60
1960-61
1961-62
1962-63
1963-64
1964-65
1965-66
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69
1969-70
1970-71


$2,800 $
2,800 -
3,150 -
3,150 -
3,350 -
3,350 -
3,600 -
3,700 -
3,700 -
3,700 -
3,900 -
3,900 -
4,250 -
4,350 -
4,575 -
5,450 -
5,550 -
7,000 -
7,000 -
7,300 -


$2,800
3,000
3,150
3,250
3,350
3,450
3,800
3,800
3,800
3,800
4,300
4,300
4,450
4,750
4,750
4,998
5,675
6,900
6,900
7,360


3,280
3,280
3,650
3,650
3,850
3,850
5,300
5,300
5,300
5,300
5,500
5,550
6,100
6,200
6,475
7,350
7,450
9,500
9,125
9,800


$ 3,775
3,975
4,125
4,195
4,195
4,315
5,600
5,600
5,600
5,600
6,000
6,040
6,590
6,710
6,710
7,323
8,375
9,900
9,900
10,560


$2,400
2,400
2,750
2,750
2,950
2,950
3,300
3,400
3,400
3,400
3,600
3,600
3,950
4,050
4,275
5,000
5,100
6,000
6,000
6,300


$2,550 -
2,750 -
2,900 -
2,900 -
3,000 -
3,100 -
3,500 -
3,500 -
3,500 -
3,500 -
4,000 -
4,000 -
4,150 -
4,450 -
4,450 -
4,650 -
5,300 -
6,000 -
6,000 -
6,400 -


$ 2,900
2,900
3,250
3,250
3,450
3,450
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,200
5,250
5,800
5,900
6,125
6,900
7,000
8,500
8,125
8,800


$ 3,405
3,605
3,755
3,805
3,845
3,965
5,300
5,300
5,300
5,300
5,700
5,740
6,290
6,410
6,410
6,975
8,000
9,000
9,000
9,600


Lee
1951-52
1952-53
1953-54
1954-55
1955-56
1956-57
1957-58
1958-59
1959-60
1960-61
1961-62
1962-63
1963-64
1964-65
1965-66
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69
1969-70
1970-71


$3,150
2,925




4,650
4,650
4,750
4,900
5,150
5,150
5,800
5,650
5,650
6,050
6,450
8,387
8,525
9,000


$ 4,050
3,750




6,050
6,050
6,150
6,300
6,850
6,950
7,600
7,850
7,850
8,250
8,650
11,687
11,825
12,300


$2,550 -
2,925 -
3,175 -
3,175 -
3,475 -
3,475 -
4,050 -
4,050 -
4,150 -
4,300 -
4,550 -
4,550 -
4,900 -
5,050 -
5,050 -
5,450 -
5,850 -
6,987 -
7,125 -
7,600 -


$ 3,450
3,750
4,000
4,000
4,300
4,300
5,450
5,450
5,550
5,700
6,250
6,350
7,000
7,250
7,250
7,650
8,050
10,287
10,425
10,900


$2,125
2,500
2,750
2,750
3,050
3,050
3,600
3,600
3,700
3,850
4,100
4,100
4,450
4,600
4,600
5,000
5,400
5,987
6,125
6,600


$ 3,025
3,325
3,575
3,575
3,875
3,875
5,000
5,000
5,100
5,250
5,800
5,900
6,550
6,800
6,800
7,200
7,600
9,287
9,425
9,900











count Rank IR


Leon
1951-52
1952-53
1953-54
1954-55
1955-56
1956-57
1957-58
1958-59
1959-60
1960-61
1961-62
1962-63
1963-64
1964-65
1965-66
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69
1969-70
1970-71


$ 4,000
4,000
4,150
4,150
4,350
4,350
5,500
5,500
5,500
5,600
5,800
5,800
6,350
6,350
6,950
7,350
8,350
11,450
11,850
11,650


$3,549
2,775
3,125
3,125
3,774
3,864
4,005
4,005
4,005
4,005
4,350
4,350
4,600
4,600
4,700
5,104
5,568
7,650
7,650
7,650


$7,350 $10,750
7,350 11,150
7,550 10,950


$7,700 $10,500
7,700 10,500
8,000 10,800


-31-


$ 3,987
3,987
4,357
4,357
4,622
4,170
5,700
5,700
5,700
5,700
5,850
5,850
6,300
6,300
6,500
7,040
7,680
10,080
10,080
10,680


$7,140 -
7,140 -
7,140 -


Levy
1951-52
1952-53
1953-54
1954-55
1955-56
1956-57
1957-58
1958-59
1959-60
1960-61
1961-62
1962-63
1963-64
1964-65
1965-66
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69
1969-70
1970-71


$ 9,570
9,570
10,170


$2,624
2,500
2,850
2,850
3,195
3,285
3,700
3,700
3,700
3,700
3,900
3,900
4,150
4,150
4,250
4,796
5,232
6,630
6,630
6,630


$3,000
3,000
3,350
3,350
3,950
3,950
4,200
4,200
4,200
4,300
4,500
4,500
4,850
4,850
5,050
5,450
5,750
8,050
8,050
8,250


- $ 3,762
- 3,762
4,112
- 4,112
4,175
- 3,895
- 5,400
5,400
- 5,400
5,400
- 5,550
- 5,550
6,000
6,000
6,200
- 6,732
- 7,344
- 9,060
9,060
9,660


$ 3,500
3,500
3,850
3,850
4,050
4,050
5,400
5,400
5,400
5,500
5,700
5,700
6,250
6,250
6,850
7,250
8,050
10,750
10,750
10,550


$2,299 -
2,299 -
2,575 -
2,575 -
2,790 -
2,880 -
3,400 -
3,400 -
3,400 -
3,400 -
3,600 -
3,600 -
3,850 -
3,850 -
3,950 -
4,400 -
4,800 -
6,000 -
6,000 -
6,000 -


$2,500 -
2,500 -
2,800 -
2,800 -
3,000 -
3,000 -
3,500 -
3,500 -
3,500 -
3,600 -
3,800 -
3,800 -
4,200 -
4,200 -
4,400 -
5,000 -
5,400 -
6,350 -
6,350 -
6,550 -


$ 3,487
3,487
3,837
3,837
4,057
3,620
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,150
5,150
5,600
5,600
5,800
6,336
6,912
8,190
8,190
8,790


$ 3,000
3,000
3,350
3,350
3,550
3,550
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,100
5,300
5,300
5,850
5,850
6,450
6,850
7,650
10,300
10,300
10,100


$2,750
2,750
3,000
3,000
3,200
3,200
3,800
3,800
3,800
3,900
4,100
4,100
4,450
4,450
4,650
5,250
5,650
7,150
7,150
7,350


Liberty
1951-52
1952-53
1953-54
1954-55
1955-56
1956-57
1957-58
1958-59
1959-60
1960-61
1961-62
1962-63
1963-64
1964-65
1965-66
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69
1969-70
1970-71


$3,600
3,600
2,900
3,950
4,330
4,430
4,500
4,500
4,500
4,600
4,800
4,800
5,150
5,150
5,000
5,300
6,400
8,200
8,200
8,500


$ 4,200
4,200
3,500
4,550
4,750
4,850
5,800
5,800
5,800
5,900
6,100
6,100
6,650
6,650
6,800
7,100
8,000
11,000
11,000
11,300


$3,000
3,000
3,350
3,350
3,550
3,650
3,700
3,800
3,800
3,900
4,100
4,100
4,450
4,450
4,600
4,900
5,900
7,200
7,200
7,500


$ 3,600
3,600
3,950
3,950
4,150
4,250
5,400
5,400
5,400
5,500
5,700
5,700
6,250
6,250
6,400
6,700
7,500
10,000
10,000
10,300


$2,550 -
2,550 -
3,950 -
2,900 -
3,100 -
3,200 -
3,300 -
3,400 -
3,400 -
3,500 -
3,700 -
3,700 -
4,050 -
4,050 -
4,200 -
4,500 -
5,400 -
6,200 -
6,200 -
6,500 -


$ 3,150
3,150
4,550
3,500
3,700
3,800
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,100
5,300
5,300
5,850
5,850
6,000
6,300
7,000
9,000
9,000
9,300


__


County Rank I


Rank I-A Rank II


Rank III











Rank I Rank I-A RAnk II


County
Madison
1951-52
1952-53
1953-54
1954-55
1955-56
1956-57
1957-58
1958-59
1959-60
1960-61
1961-62
1962-63
1963-64
1964-65
1965-66
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69
1969-70
1970-71


$3,300
3,300
3,650
3,750
3,950
4,130
4,050
4,050
4,050
4,050
4,250
4,250
4,825
4,600
5,000
5,700
5,700
6,960
7,424
8,166


$ 3,840
3,840
4,190
4,290
4,490
4,490
5,425
5,425
5,425
5,425
5,625
5,625
6,175
6,175
6,650
7,375
7,375
8,642
9,483
10,431


$2,700
2,700
3,050
3,150
3,350
3,350
3,650
3,650
3,650
3,650
3,850
3,850
4,200
4,200
4,450
5,150
5,150
6,264
6,264
7,528


$3,000 $ 3,900
3,080 3,980
3,355 4,255
3,505 4,405
3,885 4,605
3,980 4,750
4,400 5,600
4,400 5,600
4,400 5,600
4,400 5,600
5,000 6,850
5,000 6,850
5,650 7,400
5,650 7,400
5,950 7,700
5,900 7,950
6,000 8,600
8,400 11,550
8,400 11,800
8,500 13,274


$7,700 $10,850
7,700 11,100
7,800 12,535


$7,000 $10,000
7,000 10,000
7,200 10,200


$ 3,180
3,180
3,530
3,630
3,830
3,830
5,150
5,150
5,150
5,150
5,350
5,350
5,900
5,900
5,900
6,690
6,690
8,323
8,323
9,793


Ranl TTT


$2,340
2,340
2,690
2,790
2,990
2,990
3,300
3,300
3,300
3,300
3,500
3,500
3,850
3,850
3,850
4,700
4,700
5,800
5,800
6,890


$ 2,760
2,760
3,110
3,210
3,410
3,410
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,200
5,200
5,750
5,750
5,750
6,240
6,240
7,482
7,482
9,155


Manatee
1951-52
1952-53
1953-54
1954-55
1955-56
1956-57
1957-58
1958-59
1959-60
1960-61
1961-62
1962-63
1963-64
1964-65
1965-66
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69
1969-70
1970-71


$2,600 -
2,680 -
2,955 -
3,105 -
3,305 -
3,450 -
3,750 -
3,750 -
3,750 -
3,750 -
4,400 -
4,400 -
4,750 -
4,750 -
5,050 -
5,300 -
5,500 -
7,000 -
7,000 -
7,100 -


$ 3,300
3,380
3,655
3,805
4,005
4,200
5,250
5,250
5,250
5,250
6,150
6,150
6,700
6,700
7,000
7,250
7,900
10,150
10,400
11,325


$2,400 -
2,480 -
2,755 -
2,905 -
3,105 -
3,200 -
3,500 -
3,500 -
3,500 -
3,500 -
4,000 -
4,000 -
4,350 -
4,350 -
4,650 -
4,900 -
5,100 -
6,000 -
6,000 -
6,100 -


$ 2,950
3,030
3,305
3,455
3,655
3,850
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,650
5,650
6,200
6,200
6,500
6,750
7,300
9,150
9,400
9,934


Marion
1951-52
1952-53
1953-54
1954-55
1955-56
1956-57
1957-58
1958-59
1959-60
1960-61
1961-62
1962-63
1963-64
1964-65
1965-66
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69
1969-70
1970-71


$3,400
3,400
3,600
3,700
3,800
3,800
4,300
4,300
4,300
4,300
4,500
4,500
5,050
5,050
4,950
5,150
6,100
7,500
7,500
7,700


$ 4,000
4,200
4,450
4,500
4,700
4,700
5,200
5,800
5,800
5,800
6,000
6,150
6,700
6,700
6,900
7,100
8,750
10,550
10,500
10,700


$2,800 -
3,000 -
3,250 -
3,300 -
3,400 -
3,400 -
3,900 -
3,900 *
3,900 -
3,900 -
4,100 -
4,100 -
4,450 -
4,450 -
4,550 -
4,750 -
5,500 -
6,600 -
6,600 -
6,800 -


$ 3,400
3,600
3,850
3,900
4,100
4,100
5,400
5,400
5,400
5,400
5,600
5,750
6,300
6,300
6,500
6,700
8,150
9,600
9,600
9,800


$2,300
2,500
2,750
2,800
3,000
3,000
3,500
3,500
3,500
3,500
3,700
3,700
4,050
4,050
4,150
4,350
5,000
6,000
6,000
6,200


$ 2,900
3,100
3,350
3,400
3,650
3,700
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,200
5,350
5,900
5,900
6,100
6,300
7,650
9,000
9,000
9,200


Rank T


Rank T-A


Rank TT










e n -nRank III


County
Martin
1951-52
1952-53
1953-54
1954-55
1955-56
1956-57
1957-58
1958-59
1959-60
1960-61
1961-62
1962-63
1963-64
1964-65
1965-66
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69
1969-70
1970-71


$3,400 $ 4,000


















7,500 10,400


$2,710 $ 3,400
3,000 3,600
3,350 4,000
3,350 4,000
3,650 4,300
3,900 4,550
4,100 5,500
4,100 5,500
4,150 5,650
4,250 5,900
4,400 6,300
4,550 6,450
4,900 7,000
4,900 7,000
5,000 7,300
5,450 7,950
5,750 8,250
6,600 9,600
6,820 9,920
7,150 10,400


$7,000 $10,750
7,500 11,250
7,500 11,250


$7,200 -
7,200 -
7,500 -


$ 9,720
9,720
10,460


$7,150 $10,400


$2,310
2,600
2,950
2,950
3,250
3,500
3,750
3,750
3,750
3,850
4,000
4,150
4,500
4,500
4,600
5,000
5,300
6,000
6,200
6,500


3,000
3,200
3,600
3,600
3,900
4,150
5,150
5,150
5,250
5,500
5,900
6,050
6,600
6,600
6,900
7,500
7,800
8,700
8,680
9,100


Monroe
1951-52
1952-53
1953-54
1954-55
1955-56
1956-57
1957-58
1958-59
1959-60
1960-61
1961-62
1962-63
1963-64
1964-65
1965-66
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69
1969-70
1970-71


Nassau
1951-52
1952-53
1953-54
1954-55
1955-56
1956-57
1957-58
1958-59
1959-60
1960-61
1961-62
1962-63
1963-64
1964-65
1965-66
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69
1969-70
1970-71


$2,800
2,900
3,050
3,050
3,450
3,950
4,100
4,100
4,100
4,200
4,900
4,600
6,200
6,250
5,600
5,850
6,400
7,300
7,800
7,800


$3,000
3,000
3,350
3,600
3,775
3,550
3,950
3,950
3,950
3,950
4,150
4,185
4,885
5,110
5,100
5,500
5,700
7,800
7,800
8,100


$ 4,400
4,400
4,750
4,750
5,150
5,150
6,350
6,350
6,350
6,500
7,200
7,200
8,200
8,250
8,950
9,300
9,350
11,050
11,550
11,550


$ 4,000
4,000
4,100
4,350
4,300
4,300
5,400
5,400
5,400
5,400
5,600
5,600
6,275
6,500
7,025
7,425
7,625
10,420
10,420
11,060


$2,700
2,800
2,950
2,950
3,350
3,350
4,000
4,000
4,000
4,100
4,550
4,550
5,100
5,150
5,550
5,800
6,200
6,700
7,200
7,200


$2,900 $
2,900 -
3,250 -
3,250 -
3,450 -
3,450 -
3,750 -
3,750 -
3,750 -
3,750 -
3,950 -
3,950 -
4,425 -
4,650 -
4,900 -
5,300 -
5,500 -
6,600 -
6,600 -
7,000 -


$ 4,000
4,000
4,350
4,350
4,750
4,750
5,950
5,950
5,950
6,100
6,750
6,750
7,500
7,550
8,200
8,550
9,000
10,300
10,800
10,800


3,650
3,650
4,000
4,000
4,200
4,200
5,200
5,200
5,200
5,200
5,400
5,400
6,075
6,300
6,825
7,225
7,425
9,120
9,120
9,960


$2,600 -
2,700 -
2,850 -
2,850 -
3,250 -
3,250 -
3,900 -
3,900 -
3,900 -
4,000 -
4,300 -
4,300 -
4,650 -
4,650 -
5,050 -
5,300 -
5,700 -
6,200 -
6,450 -
6,450 -


$2,500
2,500
2,850
2,850
3,050
3,050
3,500
3,500
3,500
3,500
3,700
3,700
4,175
4,400
4,600
5,000
5,200
6,000
6,000
6,300


$ 3,700
3,700
3,850
4,050
4,450
4,450
5,650
5,650
5,650
5,800
6,300
6,300
6,850
6,850
7,400
7,750
8,150
9,450
9,700
9,700


$ 3,000
3,000
3,350
3,350
3,550
3,550
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,200
5,200
5,875
6,100
6,300
6,700
6,900
8,520
8,520
9,260


Rank I-A Rank II


Rank III


Rank T










Rank I


Rank T-A


County
Okaloosa
1951-52
1952-53
1953-54
1954-55
1955-56
1956-57
1957-58
1958-59
1959-60
1960-61
1961-62
1962-63
1963-64
1964-65
1965-66
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69
1969-70
1970-71


$3,180
3,470
3,470
3,740
3,740
4,000
4,300
4,000
4,000
4,500
4,500
4,850
5,000
5,850
5,850
6,500
7,500
7,500
8,550


3,480
3,830
3,830
4,030
4,030
5,700
5,700
5,700
5,700
6,100
6,100
6,650
6,800
8,750
8,850
9,500
10,200
10,200
11,385


$ 3,840
3,900


$7,700 $10,400


$3,570 $ 4,200
3,500 4,250
3,746 4,496
3,750 4,500
3,950 4,700
4,000 5,125
4,400 6,040
4,400 6,120
4,400 6,400
4,400 6,500
4,600 6,830
4,800 7,030
5,260 7,680
5,150 7,960
5,860 9,160
5,860 9,160
6,696 10,206
7,296 11,106
7,812 11,907
7,936 12,096


$6,648 $10,458
7,056 11,151
7,168 11,328


Rank TT


Rank TTT


$7,000 -
7,000 -
7,800 -


$3,000
3,060


$ 9,700
9,700
10,635


Okeechobee
1951-52
1952-53
1953-54
1954-55
1955-56
1956-57
1957-58
1958-59
1959-60
1960-61
1961-62
1962-63
1963-64
1964-65
1965-66
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69
1969-70
1970-71


$2,700 -
2,700 -
2,990 -
2,990 -
3,200 -
3,200 -
3,650 -
3,650 -
3,650 -
3,650 -
4,150 -
4,150 -
4,500 -
4,650 -
4,950 -
4,950 -
5,500 -
6,500 -
6,500 -
7,050 -


$2,550
2,750
3,180
3,240
3,480
3,780
4,450
4,450
4,450
4,550
4,750
4,850
5,200
5,250
5,280
5,580
6,000
6,900
6,900
7,100


$ 3,090
3,150
3,500
3,500
3,700
3,700
5,350
5,350
5,350
5,350
5,750
5,750
6,300
6,450
7,310
7,410
7,900
9,200
9,200
9,885


$ 3,210
3,410
3,720
3,840
4,080
4,500
5,550
5,550
5,550
5,750
5,950
6,050
6,600
6,650
6,960
7,320
7,740
9,240
9,600
9,800


$2,340
2,340
2,630
2,630
2,790
2,790
3,300
3,300
3,300
3,300
3,800
3,800
4,150
4,300
4,500
4,500
5,000
6,000
6,000
6,300


$2,250 $
2,450 -
2,760 -
2,820 -
3,060 -
3,420 -
4,000 -
4,000 -
4,000 -
4,100 -
4,300 -
4,400 -
4,750 -
4,800 -
4,800 -
5,100 -
5,520 -
6,300 -
6,300 -
6,500 -


$ 2,700
2,760
3,110
3,110
3,310
3,310
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,400
5,400
5,950
6,100
6,500
6,600
7,000
8,700
8,700
9,135


2,750
2,950
3,360
3,480
3,720
4,140
5,100
5,100
5,100
5,300
5,500
5,600
6,150
6,200
6,480
6,840
7,260
8,640
9,000
9,200


Orange
1951-52
1952-53
1953-54
1954-55
1955-56
1956-57
1957-58
1958-59
1959-60
1960-61
1961-62
1962-63
1963-64
1964-65
1965-66
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69
1969-70
1970-71


$2,988
3,050
3,296
3,300
3,500
3,550
3,950
3,950
3,950
3,950
4,150
4,350
4,500
4,700
5,410
5,410
6,048
6,648
7,056
7,168


$ 3,600
3,760
4,006
4,010
4,210
4,675
5,590
5,670
5,950
6,050
6,380
6,580
7,230
7,510
8,710
8,710
9,558
10,458
11,151
11,328


$2,580 -
2,700 -
2,946 -
2,950 -
3,150 -
3,200 -
3,600 -
3,600 -
3,600 -
3,600 -
3,800 -
4,000 -
4,150 -
4,350 -
5,060 -
5,060 -
5,400 -
6,000 -
6,300 -
6,400 -


$ 3,150
3,370
3,616
3,620
3,820
4,325
5,240
5,320
5,600
5,700
6,030
6,230
6,880
7,160
8,360
8,360
8,910
9,810
10,395
10,560










Rank I-A Rank II


County
Osceola
1951-52
1952-53
1953-54
1954-55
1955-56
1956-57
1957-58
1958-59
1959-60
1960-61
1961-62
1962-63
1963-64
1964-65
1965-66
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69
1969-70
1970-71


$3,050 -
3,250 -
3,600 -
3,600 -
4,100 -
4,000 -
4,450 -
4,450 -
4,450 -
4,750 -
4,950 -
4,950 -
5,520 -
5,520 -
6,000 -
6,000 -
6,960 -
7,625 -
7,625 -
8,000 -


$2,900 -
2,950 -
3,300 -
3,300 -
3,735 -
3,735 -
4,335 -
4,335 -
4,335 -
4,500 -
4,700 -
4,800 -
5,150 -
5,150 -
5,350 -
5,700 -
6,425 -

8,000 -
8,000 -


$ 4,125
4,625
4,975
4,975
5,175
5,375
6,450
6,450
6,650
7,150
7,350
7,350
8,350
9,200
10,500
10,500
11,832
12,200
12,200
12,800


-- -
$3,500 $ 4,050
3,950 4,500
3,950 4,500
4,150 4,700
4,150 4,700
5,050 6,050
5,050 6,050
5,050 6,050
4,450 6,050
4,950 6,550
5,050 6,650
5,400 7,200
5,400 7,200
5,550 7,450
5,850 7,850
7,200 9,650
7,900 10,450
8,200 10,750
8,200 10,750


$ 3,750
3,800
4,150
4,150
4,435
4,435
5,635
5,635
5,635
5,700
6,000
6,100
6,650
6,650
7,245
7,560
8,700

10,700
10,700


$7,137 $11,420
7,137 11,420
7,488 11,981


$7,300 $ 9,850
7,600 10,150
7,600 10,150


$7,800 $10,200
7,800 10,500
7,800 10,500


Palm Beach
1951-52
1952-53
1953-54
1954-55
1955-56
1956-57
1957-58
1958-59
1959-60
1960-61
1961-62
1962-63
1963-64
1964-65
1965-66
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69
1969-70
1970-71


Pasco
1951-52
1952-53
1953-54
1954-55
1955-56
1956-57
1957-58
1958-59
1959-60
1960-61
1961-62
1962-63
1963-64
1964-65
1965-66
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69
1969-70
1970-71


$2,650 -
2,700 -
3,050 -
3,050 -
3,250 -
3,250 -
3,850 -
3,850 -
3,850 -
4,200 -
4,400 -
4,500 -
4,850 -
4,850 -
5,000 -
5,400 -
6,125 -
7,000 -
7,200 -
7,200 -


$2,400 -
2,900 -
3,250 -
3,250 -
3,450 -
3,650 -
4,100 -
4,100 -
4,100 -
4,400 -
4,600 -
4,600 -
5,060 -
5,060 -
5,500 -
5,500 -
6,380 -
6,832 -
6,832 -
7,168 -


$2,850 -
2,900 -
3,350 -
3,350 -
3,550 -
3,550 -
3,850 -
3,850 -
3,850 -
3,850 -
4,350 -
4,450 -
4,800 -
4,800 -
4,950 -
5,250 -
6,000 -
6,700 -
7,000 -
7,000 -


$ 3,450
3,500
3,850
3,850
4;150
4,150
5,350
5,350
5,350
5,400
5,700
5,800
6,350
6,350
6,930
7,245
8,400
10,000
10,500
10,500


$ 3,775
4,275
4,625
4,625
4,825
5,025
6,100
6,100
6,300
6,800
7,000
7,000
8,000
8,510
9,250
9,250
10,440
10,931
10,931
11,469


$ 3,400
3,450
3,900
3,900
4,100
4,100
5,450
5,450
5,450
5,450
5,950
6,050
6,650
6,600
6,850
7,250
8,450
9,250
9,850
9,850


$2,400
2,450
2,800
2,800
3,000
3,000
3,600
3,600
3,600
3,900
4,100
4,100
4,450
4,450
4,600
5,000
5,400
6,200
6,400
6,400


$2,250
2,750
3,100
3,100
3,300
3,500
3,800
3,800
3,800
4,100
4,300
4,300
4,600
4,600
5,000
5,000
5,800
6,100
6,100
6,400


$2,400 -
2,450 -
2,900 -
2,900 -
3,100 -
3,100 -
3,400 -
3,400 -
3,400 -
3,400 -
3,900 -
4,000 -
4,350 -
4,350 -
4,500 -
4,800 -
5,400 -
6,100 -
6,100 -
6,100 -


- $ 3,000
- 3,050
- 3,400
3,400
3,600
- 3,600
- 5,000
- 5,000
- 5,000
- 5,200
- 5,400
- 5,400
- 5,950
- 5,950
- 6,405
- 6,615
7,000
- 8,900
9,400
9,400


$ 3,375
3,875
4,225
4,225
4,425
4,625
5,525
5,525
5,725
6,225
6,425
6,425
7,360
7,360
8,000
8,000
9,048
9,760
9,760
10,240


$ 2,950
3,000
3,450
3,450
3,650
3,650
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,500
5,600
6,150
6,150
6,400
6,800
7,850
8,950
8,950
8,950


_.__


Rank III


Rank I










Rank T


County
Pinellas
1951-52
1952-53
1953-54
1954-55
1955-56
1956-57
1957-58
1958-59
1959-60
1960-61
1961-62
1962-63
1963-64
1964-65
1965-66
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69
1969-70
1970-71


Rank T-A


$3,600
3,600
3,900
3,900
4,100
4,100
4,700
4,700
4,700
5,000
5,200
5,600
6,050
6,150
6,240
6,120
7,155
8,200
8,400
8,500


$2,964 $ 3,960
3,120 4,140
3,470 4,490
3,470 4,490
4,095 4,720
3,970 4,820
4,320 6,120
4,695 6,120
4,695 6,120
4,470 6,363
4,720 6,730
4,820 6,855
5,504 7,416
5,684 7,596
5,650 7,993
5,900 8,425
6,300 8,825
8,700 11,900
8,700 11,900
8,900 12,300


- $ 4,500
- 4,500
4,850
- 4,850
5,050
- 5,050
- 6,100
6,200
- 6,200
- 6,500
- 6,700
7,100
7,800
8,000
8,400
8,925
- 10,865
- 11,300
- 11,525
- 11,900


$8,000 $11,200
8,000 11,200
8,200 11,600


$7,600 $10,450
7,600 10,450
7,600 10,450


Rnnk TT


$7,600 $10,700
7,800 10,925
7,900 11,300


Danl TTT


$3,000
3,000
3,250
3,250
3,500
3,500
3,900
3,900
3,900
4,200
4,400
4,800
5,150
5,200
5,280
5,610
6,095
7,000
7,200
7,300


$2,544 -
2,760 -
3,110 -
3,110 -
3,510 -
3,610 -
3,960 -
3,960 -
3,960 -
4,110 -
4,360 -
4,460 -
4,810 -
4,850 -
5,150 -
5,400 -
5,800 -
7,300 -
7,300 -
7,500 -


- $ 4,100
4,100
4,450
- 4,450
- 4,650
4,650
5,700
5,800
5,800
6,100
- 6,300
6,600
7,300
7,450
7,920
8,415
9,275
- 10,100
- 10,325
- 10,700


3,600
3,780
4,130
4,130
4,360
4,460
5,760
5,760
5,760
6,003
6,370
6,495
7,056
7,096
7,493
7,925
8,325
10,500
10,500
10,900


$2,700 -
2,700 -
2,950 -
2,950 -
3,200 -
3,200 -
3,600 -
3,600 -
3,600 -
3,900 -
4,100 -
4,400 -
4,750 -
4,750 -
4,800 -
5,100 -
5,400 -
6,200 -
6,400 -
6,500 -


$2,184 -
2,400 -
2,750 -
2,750 -
3,150 -
3,250 -
3,600 -
3,600 -
3,600 -
3,750 -
4,000 -
4,100 -
4,450 -
4,450 -
4,750 -
5,000 -
5,400 -
6,300 -
6,300 -
6,500 -


Polk
1951-52
1952-53
1953-54
1954-55
1955-56
1956-57
1957-58
1958-59
1959-60
1960-61
1961-62
1962-63
1963-64
1964-65
1965-66
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69
1969-70
1970-71


$ 3,800
3,800
4,150
4,150
4,350
4,350
5,400
5,500
5,500
5,800
6,000
6,200
6,900
7,000
7,440
7,905
8,215
9,400
9,625
10,000


$ 3,240
3,420
3,770
3,770
4,000
4,100
5,400
5,400
5,400
5,643
6,010
6,135
6,696
6,696
7,093
7,525
7,925
9,500
9,500
9,900


Putnam
1951-52
1952-53
1953-54
1954-55
1955-56
1956-57
1957-58
1958-59
1959-60
1960-61
1961-62
1962-63
1963-64
1964-65
1965-66
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69
1969-70
1970-71.


$3,200
3,350
3,700
3,700
4,050
4,050
4,200
4,200
4,200
4,200
4,400
4,400
5,050
5,050
5,100
6,000
6,200
8,100
8,100
8,100


$ 3,800
3,950
4,300
4,300
4,650
4,650
5,700
5,700
5,700
5,700
5,900
5,900
6,450
6,450
6,800
8,300
8,800
10,950
10,950
10,950


$2,600 -
2,750 -
3,100 -
3,100 -
3,300 -
3,300 -
3,900 -
3,900 -
3,900 -
3,900 .-
4,100 -
4,100 -
4,450 -
4,450 -
4,800 -
5,500 -
5,700 -
7,100 -
7,100 -
7,100 -


$ 3,200
3,350
3,700
3,700
4,050
4,050
5,400
5,400
5,400
5,400
5,600
5,600
6,150
6,150
6,500
7,800
8,300
9,950
9,950
9,950


$2,200
2,350
2,850
2,850
3,050
3,050
3,600
3,600
3,600
3,600
3,800
3,800
4,150
4,150
4,500
5,000
5,200
6,100
6,100
6,100


$ 2,800
2,950
3,300
3,300
3,635
3,635
5,100
5,100
5,100
5,100
5,300
5,300
5,850
5,850
6,200
7,300
7,800
8,950
8,950
8,950


Ranki Rnk IA Rnk I Rank TTT










Rank I Rank I-A Rn IRn I


County
St. Johns
1951-52
1952-53
1953-54
1954-55
1955-56
1956-57
1957-58
1958-59
1959-60
1960-61
1961-62
1962-63
1963-64
1964-65
1965-66
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69
1969-70
1970-71


$6,900 $10,200
6,900 10,200
7,450 11,025


$7,000 $ 9,750
7,254 10,106
7,378 10,571


$3,300 -
3,300 -
3,600 -
3,600 -
3,800 -
4,200 -
5,050 -
5,050 -
5,050 -
4,500 -
4,700 -
5,200 -
5,200 -
5,200 -
5,100 -
6,000 -
6,360 -
7,600 -
7,600 -
7,900 -


St. Lucie
1951-52
1952-53
1953-54
1954-55
1955-56
1956-57
1957-58
1958-59
1959-60
1960-61
1961-62
1962-63
1963-64
1964-65
1965-66
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69
1969-70
1970-71


Santa Rosa
1951-52
1952-53
1953-54
1954-55
1955-56
1956-57
1957-58
1958-59
1959-60
1960-61
1961-62
1962-63
1963-64
1964-65
1965-66
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69
1969-70
1970-71


$ 3,900
3,900
4,000
4,000
4,200
4,600
5,900
5,900
5,900
5,900
6,100
6,800
7,000
7,000
7,425
8,000
8,400
10,955
10,955
11,255


$2,880 -
3,030 -
3,330 -
3,330 -
3,675 -
3,935 -
4,250 -
4,250 -
4,250 -
4,500 -
5,200 -
4,900 -
5,300 -
5,300 -
5,750 -
6,100 -
6,400 -
7,050 -
7,050 -
7,600 -


$3,200 -
3,250 -
3,600 -
3,600 -
3,800 -
3,800 -
4,300 -
4,300 -
4,300 -
4,300 -
4,500 -
4,500 -
5,025 -
5,025 -
4,800 -
5,546 -
5,900 -
7,400 -
7,688 -
7,812 -


$7,100 $10,375
7,100 10,375
7,400 10,695


$ 3,600
3,750
4,050
4,050
4,275
4,475
5,600
5,600
5,600
6,000
6,500
6,500
7,875
7,875
7,625
8,550
8,950
10,350
10,350
11,175


$ 3,650
3,740
4,090
4,090
4,290
4,290
5,750
5,750
5,750
5,750
5,950
5,950
6,550
6,550
6,350
8,084
8,600
10,150
10,540
11,005


$2,550 -
2,550 -
2,900 -
2,900 -
3,400 -
3,450 -
3,900 -
3,900 -
3,900 -
3,900 -
4,100 -
4,400 -
4,400 -
4,400 -
4,675 -
5,500 -
5,830 -
6,500 -
6,500 -
6,800 -


$2,580 -
2,730 -
3,030 -
3,030 -
3,255 -
3,455 -
3,800 -
3,800 -
3,800 -
4,200 -
4,600 -
4,600 -
4,800 -
4,800 -
5,250 -
5,650 -
5,900 -
6,600 -
6,600 -
7,150 -


$2,640 -
2,700 -
3,050 -
3,050 -
3,250 -
3,250 -
3,600 -
3,600 -
3,600 -
3,600 -.
3,800 -
3,800 -
4,400 -
4,400 -
4,400 -
5,123 -
5,450 -
6,600 -
6,820 -
6,944 -


$ 3,250
3,250
3,600
3,600
3,800
4,150
5,450
5,450
5,450
5,450
5,650
6,600
6,600
6,600
7,000
7,500
7,900
9,794
9,794
10,094


$ 3,300
3,450
3,750
3,750
3,975
4,175
5,300
5,300
5,300
5,700
6,200
6,200
7,375
7,375
7,125
8,050
8,350
10,050
10,050
10,875


$ 3,090
3,180
3,530
3,530
3,730
3,730
5,300
5,300
5,300
5,300
5,500
5,500
6,150
6,150
5,950
7,661
8,150
9,350
9,672
10,137


$2,200 $
2,200 -
2,550 -
2,550 -
2,790 -
3,000 -
3,450 -
3,450 -
3,450 -
3,450 -
3,650 -
4,000 -
4,000 -
4,000 -
4,250 -
5,000 -
5,300 -
6,000 -
6,000 -
6,300 -


$2,280 -
2,430 -
2,730 -
2,730 -
2,955 -
3,155 -
3,500 -
3,500 -
3,500 -
3,900 -
4,100 -
4,100 -
4,300 -
4,300 -
4,750 -
5,100 -
5,400 -
6,000 -
6,000 -
6,500 -


$2,210 -
2,360 -
2,710 -
2,710 -
2,910 -
2,910 -
3,300 -
3,300 -
3,300 -
3,300 -
3,500 -
3,500 -
4,000 -
4,000 -
4,000 -
4,700 -
5,000 -
6,000 -
6,200 -
6,200 -


2,800
2,800
3,150
3,150
3,350
3,600
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,200
6,000
6,200
6,200
6,575
7,000
7,400
9,213
9,213
9,513


$ 3,000
3,150
3,450
3,450
3,675
3,875
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,400
5,700
5,700
6,875
6,875
6,625
7,550
7,950
9,150
9,150
9,900


$ 2,660
2,750
3,110
3,110
3,310
3,310
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,200
5,200
5,750
5,750
5,550
7,238
7,700
8,750
9,052
9,393


Rank IT


Rank I-A


Rank II


Rank III










Rank I


County
Sarasota
1951-52
1952-53
1953-54
1954-55
1955-56
1956-57
1957-58
1958-59
1959-60
1960-61
1961-62
1962-63
1963-64
1964-65
1965-66
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69
1969-70
1970-71


Rank I-A


$2,800 $ 3,900
3,100 4,200
3,450 4,450
3,450 4,450
3,650 4,750
3,650 4,750
4,000 5,700
5,150 6,550
4,600 6,950
3,900 8,300
4,100 8,300
4,300 8,300
5,700 8,500
5,700 8,500
5,750 8,750
6,000 9,940
6,000 9,350
7,714 11,252
7,714 11,252
7,980 11,640


Rank II


$2,500 -
2,800 -
3,150 -
3,150 -
3,350 -
3,350 -
3,700 -
3,900 -
4,400 -
3,900 -
4,100 -
4,300 -
5,000 -
5,000 -
5,200 -
5,500 -
5,500 -
6,438 -
6,438 -
6,660 -


Rank III


$ 3,600
3,900
4,150
4,250
4,450
4,450
5,400
6,050
6,450
7,800
7,800
7,800
8,000
8,000
8,200
8,700
9,050
10,614
10,904
11,280


$2,200 $ 3,300
2,500 3,600
2,850 3,850
2,850 3,950
3,050 4,150
3,050 4,150
3,400 5,100
3,900 5,550
3,900 5,950
3,900 7,300
4,100 7,300
4,300 7,300
4,500 7,500
4,500 7,500
4,650 7,650
5,000 7,700
5,000 7,750
5,800 9,454
5,800 9,454
6,000 9,780


$7,620 $10,680
7,620 10,680
8,001 11,592


$2,700 $ 3,350
2,900 3,700
3,100 4,000
3,100 4,000
3,250 4,250
3,250 4,250
3,750 5,550
3,750 5,550
3,750 5,550
4,100 5,900
4,300 6,100
4,300 6,100
4,650 6,800
4,650 7,000
4,850 7,200
5,450 8,300
5,723 8,610
6,960 10,020
6,960 10,020
7,308 10,899


$7,400 $10,200
7,400 10,200
7,900 10,600


$7,134 $10,904
7,134 10,904
7,380 11,280


Seminole
1951-52
1952-53
1953-54
1954-55
1955-56
1956-57
1957-58
1958-59
1959-60
1960-61
1961-62
1962-63
1963-64
1964-65
1965-66
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69
1969-70
1970-71


$3,300 -
3,500 -
3,500 -
3,500 -
3,500 -
3,700 -
4,350 -
4,350 -
4,040 -
4,390 -
4,590 -
4,590 -
5,250 -
4,950 -
5,450 -
6,050 -
6,353 -
7,620 -
7,620 -
8,001 -


$4,000
4,300
4,300
4,300
4,550
4,550
5,850
5,850
5,850
6,200
6,400
6,400
7,100
7,300
7,800
8,900
9,240
10,680
10,680
11,592


$2,400 -
2,650 -
2,850 -
2,850 -
3,000 -
3,000 -
3,500 -
3,500 -
3,500 -
3,850 -
4,050 -
4,050 -
4,400 -
4,400 -
4,400 -
5,000 -
5,250 -
6,000 -
6,000 -
6,300 -


$ 2,900
3,250
3,550
3,550
3,800
3,800
5,100
5,100
5,100
5,450
5,650
5,650
6,350
6,550
6,750
7,850
8,138
9,240
9,240
9,891


Sumter
1951-52
1952-53
1953-54
1954-55
1955-56
1956-57
1957-58
1958-59
1959-60
1960-61
1961-62
1962-63
1963-64
1964-65
1965-66
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69
1969-70
1970-71


$3,400 -
3,500 -
3,850 -
3,800 -
4,050 -
4,050 -
4,350 -
4,350 -
4,350 -
4,350 -
4,750 -
4,750 -
5,100 -
5,100 -
5,500 -
5,950 -
6,350 -
7,800 -
7,800 -
8,300 -


$ 3,900
4,000
4,350
4,300
4,550
4,550
5,700
5,700
5,700
5,700
6,100
6,100
6,650
6,650
7,050
8,100
8,500
10,600
10,600
11,300


$2,800 -
2,900 -
3,250 -
3,200 -
3,450 -
3,450 -
3,650 -
3,650 -
3,650 -
3,800 -
4,200 -
4,200 -
4,550 -
4,550 -
4,950 -
5,300 -
5,700 -
7,000 -
7,000 -
7,500 -


$ 3,300
3,400
3,750
3,700
3,950
3,950
5,300
5,300
5,300
5,300
5,700
5,700
6,250
6,250
6,650
7,600
8,000
9,800
9,800
10,500


$2,400 -
2,500 -
2,850 -
2,800 -
3,050 -
3,050 -
3,350 -
3,350 -
3,350 -
3,500 -
3,900 -
3,900 -
4,250 -
4,250 -
4,650 -
4,800 -
5,200 -
6,200 -
6,200 -
6,500 -


$ 2,900
3,000
3,350
3,300
3,550
3,550
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,400
5,400
5,950
5,950
6,350
7,100
7,500
9,000
9,000
9,500










Rank I-A


County
Suwannee
1951-52
1952-53
1953-54
1954-55
1955-56
1956-57
1957-58
1958-59
1959-60
1960-61
1961-62
1962-63
1963-64
1964-65
1965-66
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69
1969-70
1970-71


$3,060 -
3,400 -
3,750 -
3,750 -
4,100 -
4,050 -






4,650 -
5,100 -
5,050 -
5,715 -
5,424 -
7,500 -
7,500 -
8,000 -


$7,875 $10,710
7,875 10,710


$7,250 $ 9,750
7,250 9,750
7,350 9,996


Rank I


Rank II


Rank III


$ 3,960
3,900
4,250
4,250
4,450
4,550






6,600
6,700
6,700
7,695
7,522
9,600
9,400
10,300


$7,000 -
7,000 -
7,500 -


Taylor
1951-52
1952-53
1953-54
1954-55
1955-56
1956-57
1957-58
1958-59
1959-60
1960-61
1961-62
1962-63
1963-64
1964-65
1965-66
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69
1969-70
1970-71


Union
1951-52
1952-53
1953-54
1954-55
1955-56
1956-57
1957-58
1958-59
1959-60
1960-61
1961-62
1962-63
1963-64
1964-65
1965-66
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69
1969-70
1970-71


$ 9,100
8,900
9,800


$4,700 -
4,700 -
5,050 -
5,050 -
5,500 -
6,400 -
6,700 -
7,875 -
7,875 -
7,875 -


$3,400
3,400
3,900
3,900
4,150
4,200
4,005
4,005
4,005
4,005
4,205
4,205
5,000
5,000
5,977
6,500
6,500
7,500
7,500
7,400


$2,556 -
2,800 -
3,150 -
3,150 -
3,350 -
3,450 -
3,750 -
3,750 -
3,750 -
3,550 -
3,950 -
3,950 -
3,960 -
4,450 -
4,450 -
5,265 -
5,017 -
6,500 -
6,500 -
7,000 -


$ 6,250
6,250
6,800
6,800
7,100
8,300
8,600
10,710
10,710
10,710


$ 3,600
4,000
4,100
4,100
4,350
4,400
5,400
5,400
5,400
5,400
5,600
5,600
6,350
6,350
7,654
9,250
9,250
10,000
10,000
10,046


$2,800
2,900
3,250
3,250
3,450
3,450
3,750
3,750
3,750
3,750
3,950
3,950
4,300
4,300
4,750
5,650
5,950
7,182
7,182
7,182


$ 3,300
3,300
3,650
3,850
3,850
3,950
5,350
5,350
5,350
5,350
5,550
5,550
6,025
6,075
6,075
7,470
7,115
8,600
8,400
9,300


- $ 3,300
- 3,400
3,750
3,750
- 3,950
- 3,950
5,450
5,450
- 5,450
- 5,450
- 5,650
- 5,650
6,200
6,200
6,500
- 7,700
8,000
- 10,017
- 10,017
- 10,017


$ 3,000
3,400
3,500
3,500
3,750
3,800
5,200
5,200
5,200
5,200
5,400
5,400
6,050
6,050
6,794
8,250
8,250
9,500
9,500
9,946


$2,172 $
2,400 -
2,750 -
2,750 -
2,950 -
3,050 -
3,400 -
3,400 -
3,400 -
3,200 -
3,600 -
3,600 -
3,555 -
3,990 -
3,990 -
4,815 -
4,600 -
6,000 -
6,000 -
6,300 -


$2,300 -
2,400 -
2,750 -
2,750 -
2,950 -
2,950 -
3,250 -
3,250 -
3,250 -
3,300 -
3,500 -
3,500 -
3,850 -
3,850 -
4,300 -
5,200 -
5,500 -
6,300 -
6,300 -
6,300 -


$2,450 $
2,450 -
2,925 -
2,925 -
3,175 -
3,225 -
3,400 -
3,400 -
3,400 -
3,400 -
3,600 -
3,600 -
3,950 -
3,950 -
4,300 -
5,000 -
5,000 -
6,000 -
6,000 -
6,300 -


2,820
2,820
3,170
3,170
3,370
3,470
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,200
5,200
5,650
5,690
5,690
6,795
6,686
8,100
7,900
8,500


$ 2,800
2,900
3,250
3,250
3,450
3,450
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,200
5,200
5,750
5,750
6,050
7,250
7,550
9,135
9,135
9,135


2,530
2,950
3,050
3,050
3,300
3,350
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,200
5,200
5,750
5,750
6,364
7,500
7,500
9,000
9,000
8,946


$2,850 -
2,850 -
3,350 -
3,350 -
3,600 -
3,650 -
3,600 -
3,600 -
3,600 -
3,600 -
3,800 -
3,800 -
4,400 -
4,400 -
4,730 -
5,500 -
5,500 -
7,000 -
7,000 -
7,300 -


__










Rank T


County
Volusia
1951-52
1952-53
1953-54
1954-55
1955-56
1956-57
1957-58
1958-59
1959-60
1960-61
1961-62
1962-63
1963-64
1964-65
1965-66
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69
1969-70
1970-71


Rann T-A


$3,250 -
3,450 -
3,750 -
3,750 -
3,900 -
3,900 -
4,450 -
4,450 -
4,550 -
4,800 -
5,000 -
5,400 -
5,729 -
5,729 -
5,438 -
6,500 -
6,500 -
7,625 -
7,625 -
7,750 -


$3,000 $ 3,900
3,350 3,850
3,700 4,200
3,700 4,200
4,050 4,400
3,900 4,400
4,250 5,700
4,250 5,700
4,250 5,700
4,250 5,700
4,250 5,700
4,450 5,900
4,750 6,600
4,800 6,650
4,800 6,650
5,100 7,500
5,500 7,900
8,000 10,200
6,954 8,662
7,296 9,088


$ 4,090
4,340
4,690
4,690
4,890
4,940
5,950
6,050
6,150
6,400
6,600
6,600
7,221
7,221
7,395
9,256
9,256
10,431
10,431
10,974


$7,600 $ 9,800
6,649 8,174
6,976 8,576


*For twelve months employment.


$3,000
3,100
3,300
3,300
3,850
3,850
4,400
4,400
4,400
4,400
4,600
4,600
4,950
4,950
4,960
5,260
5,810
7,900
7,900
8,300


$ 3,600
3,700
3,950
4,000
4,200
4,200
5,500
5,500
5,500
5,500
5,700
5,700
6,250
6,250
6,350
6,650
7,200
10,200
10,200
10,600


$7,200 -
7,200 -
7,600 -


$ 9,600
9,600
10,000


Rank TT


Rann TTT


$7,320 $10,004
7,320 10,004
7,440 10,664


Wakulla
1951-52
1952-53
1953-54
1954-55
1955-56
1956-57
1957-58
1958-59
1959-60
1960-61
1961-62
1962-63
1963-64
1964-65
1965-66
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69*
1969-70
1970-71


$2,800
3,000
3,300
3,300
3,450
3,450
4,000
4,000
4,100
4,200
4,400
4,400
4,785
4,785
4,785
5,928
5,928
6,954
6,954
7,068


$2,750
2,800
3,150
3,150
3,350
3,350
3,950
3,950
3,950
3,950
3,950
4,150
4,450
4,500
4,500
4,750
5,150
7,200
6,466
6,784


$ 3,640
3,890
4,240
4,240
4,440
4,490
5,500
5,600
5,700
5,800
6,000
6,000
6,568
6,568
6,743
8,684
8,684
9,760
9,760
10,292


$ 3,150
3,300
3,650
3,650
3,850
3,850
5,400
5,400
5,400
5,400
5,400
5,600
6,100
6,150
6,150
6,400
6,800
9,400
7,991
8,384


$2,400 -
2,600 -
2,900 -
2,900 -
3,050 -
3,050 -
3,600 -
3,600 -
3,700 -
3,750 -
3,950 -
4,000 -
4,350 -
4,350 -
4,350 -
5,200 -
5,200 -
6,100 -
6,100 -
6,200 -


$2,300 $
2,400 -
2,750 -
2,750 -
2,950 -
2,950 -
3,500 -
3,500 -
3,500 -
3,500 -
3,500 -
3,700 -
4,000 -
4,050 -
4,050 -
4,300 -
4,700 -
6,800 -
6,100 -
6,400 -


$ 3,240
3,490
3,840
3,840
4,040
4,090
5,100
5,200
5,300
5,350
5,550
5,550
6,134
6,134
6,308
7,956
7,956
8,906
8,906
9,424


2,700
2,900
3,250
3,250
3,450
3,450
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,200
5,700
5,750
5,750
6,000
6,400
9,000
7,625
8,000


Walton
1951-52
1952-53
1953-54
1954-55
1955-56
1956-57
1957-58
1958-59
1959-60
1960-61
1961-62
1962-63
1963-64
1964-65
1965-66
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69
1969-70
1970-71


$2,600
2,700
3,000
3,000
3,195
3,110
3,500
3,500
3,550
3,550
3,750
3,750
4,100
4,100
4,200
4,500
5,050
6,500
6,500
6,900


$ 3,150
3,250
3,600
3,600
3,800
3,800
5,250
5,250
5,250
5,250
5,450
5,450
6,000
6,000
6,100
6,400
6,950
9,000
9,000
9,400


$2,350
2,450
2,700
2,700
2,850
2,850
3,200
3,200
3,250
3,250
3,450
3,450
3,800
3,800
3,900
4,200
4,750
6,000
6,000
6,400


$ 2,750
2,850
3,200
3,200
3,400
3,400
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,200
5,200
5,750
5,750
5,850
6,150
6,700
8,400
8,400
8,800


Rank 1 Rank !-A Rank II Rank III










County Rank I Rank I-A Rank II Rank III
Washington
1951-52 $3,368 $ 3,872 $2,868 $ 3,372 $2.472 $ 2,976
1952-53 3,368 3,872 2,868 3,372 2,472 2,976
1953-54 3,650 4,150 3,100 3,600 2,700 3,200
1954-55 3,650 4,150 3,100 3,600 2,700 3,200
1955-56 3,850 4,350 3,300 3,800 2,900 3,400
1956-57 4,030 4,350 3,300 3,800 2,900 3,400
1957-58 4,530 5,950 3,800 5,400 3,400 5,000
1958-59 4,530 5,950 3,800 5,400 3,400 5,000
1959-60 4,530 5,950 3,800 5,400 3,400 5,000
1960-61 4,530 5,950 3,800 5,400 3,400 5,000
1961-62 4,730 6,150 4,000 5,600 3,600 5,200
1962-63 4,730 6,150 4,000 5,600 3,600 5,200
1963-64 5,080 6,700 4,350 6,150 3,950 5,750
1964-65 5,080 6,700 4,350 6,150 3,950 5,750
1965-66 5,080 6,700 4,350 6,150 3,950 5,750
1966-67 5,380 7,000 4,650 6,450 4,250 6,050
1967-68 5,680 7,100 4,950 6,550 4,550 6,150
1968-69 8,200 10,200 $7,500 $ 9,400 6,800 8,700 5,800 7,700
1969-70 8,400 10,300 7,700 9,600 7,000 8,900 6,000 7,900
1970-71 8,700 10,600 8,000 9,900 7,300 9,200 6,300 8,200