The agreement, approved by the board Tuesday night, covers principals, assistant principals and grade level principals, as well as special education supervisors.
Employees making more than $60,000 a year will get a 3.5 percent raise. Those making under $60,000 will receive four percent raise.
Board member Robert Moskaitis voted against the increase, which he said should have been merit-based, rather than an across the board raise.
“I do not see that giving a flat salary increase contributes to excellence in education," he said.Also Tuesday, the board approved a new three year contract for district bus drivers that gives them a 1.4 percent raise, and a two percent raise for district chief operating officer Michael Simonetta.