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Do YOU know the law when it comes to stopped school buses? School Police has joined forces with PBSO and the Palm Beach County Chiefs of Police Association to create a video highlighting when you have to stop behind a school bus, and when it's ok to pass. Check it out here:
In case you missed it, we were on the news, too.
School Police Officer starting salary: $43,301 plus law enforcement incentive pay
Full time School District benefits include:
- 202 Work Days with 96 Personal/Sick Leave Hours
- Five (5) weeks off during the summer
- Two (2) weeks off during December/January
- One (1) week off for Spring Break
- 14 paid holidays
- 160 hours of paid training per year
- Overtime paid at time and a half
- Employer contributions to the Florida State High Risk Retirement
- Employee vested in Florida Retirement System in 6 years
- A five (5) year D.R.O.P. plan
- Career Ladder Program (after 4 years of service with School Police)
- Outstanding Health, Medical, and Life insurance
- Rapidly growing School District offers opportunities for advancement
The School District of Palm Beach County is an Equal Education Opportunity Provider and Employer. The School District of Palm Beach County prohibits discrimination against students, employees, and applicants on the basis of religion, race, ethnicity, national origin, color, sex, marital status, age, parental status and disability in any of its educational activities and services and employment practices.
For general questions regarding the application process or if you are an individual with a disability in need of assistance during the application process, please call Recruitment & Retention at 561-434-8372, 561-434-8430 or 561-357-7691.