District Incentives

 

Please check with individual school district liaisons regarding candidate support and incentives as this list may not reflect recent developments.  This is a partial list:

BLUE SPRINGS: The school district provides NBCTs with a 5% increase of their salary (not the base) for the life of the certificate.

CRAWFORD COUNTY R-I: National Board Certified Teachers are placed in the highest column on the salary schedule.

FERGUSON-FLORISSANT:  Upon certification, teachers receive a one-time $1,000.

FRANCIS HOWELL: Upon certification, teachers receive an annual $3,000 for the life of the certificate. Prior to 2009, teachers received $5,000 and those teachers are grandfathered at earlier amount.

GRAIN VALLEY: The school district offers NBCTs an annual $3,000 stipend for the life of the certificate.

HAZELWOOD: Beginning with the 2002-03 school year, a $3,000 stipend will be added to the annual scheduled salary each year for all teachers holding National Board Certification.

HICKMAN MILLS: Implemented a $3,000.00 annual stipend for teacher's who have an active National Board Certificate.

INDEPENDENCE: Educators holding National Board Certification will be recognized by the district at the highest step on the pay scale.

JEFFERSON CITY: The Jefferson City Public Schools offers to NBCTs a flat rate each year of $2,135.00.

KANSAS CITY: National Board Certified Teachers are provided annual $2,000 stipend for the life of the certificate.

MEHLVILLE: National Board Certified Teachers are paid an annual stipend of $1000 for the life of the certificate.

PARK HILL: The district awards National Board Certified Teachers with an annual $8,000 stipend for the life of the certificate.  The district also provides assistance to candidates.

PARKWAY: The district provides provides financial assistance for National Board candidates.  The district awards certified NBT a stipend of $3,000 at year for ten years.

PATTONVILLE: National Board Certified Teachers receive an annual $1,000 for three years in addition to the support candidates are given throughout their portfolio preparation.

PLEASANT HILL: National Board Certified Teachers receive $3,000 annual for the life of the certificate.

RAYMORE-PECULIAR: The district awards each National Board Certified Teacher with a one-time $1,500 stipend.

RICHMOND: National Board Certified Teachers are paid an annual $1,750 for the life of the certificate.

ROCKWOOD: Any teacher achieving National Board Certification will receive $5,000 per year for the life of the certificate.  The district also offers additional resources to support teachers completing the process, including a stipend for Candidate Support Providers – CSP’s (trained NBCT’s) to support other candidates.

SMITHVILLE R-II: National Board Certified Teachers are provided with $1,500 for the first year, $2,000 for the second year and $3,000 for the years remaining on the certification.

SPECIAL SCHOOL DISTRICT: National Board Certified Teachers are paid an annual stipend equal to the Ph.D./Ed. D. stipend.  If the state enacts legislation to award National Board Certified Teachers, the district will only pay for the difference between the state stipend and the district stipend.

ST LOUIS: Beginning with the 2001-2002 school year, the District, in agreement with the St. Louis Federation, will provide an annual $5,000 stipend to teachers achieving National Board Certification.