Chatham County Schools Revenue and Competitors

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Pittsboro, NC USA



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Estimated Revenue & Valuation

  • Chatham County Schools's estimated annual revenue is currently $149.6M per year.(i)
  • Chatham County Schools's estimated revenue per employee is $203,000

Employee Data

  • Chatham County Schools has 737 Employees.(i)
  • Chatham County Schools grew their employee count by 3% last year.
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Chatham County has not operated a Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) landfill since October 1993. All solid waste that is not recycled is hauled to one of two privately owned transfer stations in Siler City or Sanford where we pay a tipping fee to dispose of it (currently $45.34/ton). From there it is currently hauled to a privately owned landfill in Sampson County. Chatham County has a system of 12 staffed collection centers for the collection of household garbage and recyclables. The county owns or leases the collection center properties and owns all equipment used in the collection and hauling of household wastes and recyclables. The County directly employs staff to manage and haul household wastes and recyclables at the centers; however, the attendants are contracted through a private security firm.



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Chatham County Schools News

2022-04-20 - WWW SCCPSS Names 2023 Instructional Support Person of ...

In addition to her three years as school nurse in Savannah-Chatham County Public Schools, she's a member of the National Association of School...

2022-04-19 - Savannah school board president candidates discuss millage rate, mental health in two forums

Savannah school board president candidates discuss millage rate, mental health in two forums ... Savannah-Chatham County school board president...

2022-04-19 - Candidates running for president of the SCCPSS school ...

(WTOC) - Those vying to be the next president of the Savannah-Chatham County Public school board faced off Sunday during a debate.