Adis Suljic


Adis Suljic earned $65,737 in 2018 as a Regular Teacher for Al Raby High School. Suljic had worked for this employer since August 06, 2012.

Suljic earned more than 66.39% of employees in Al Raby High School.

Employment history for Adis Suljic

Positions held

Position Base Salary Extra Pay Start Date Data year
Regular Teacher $53,613 $12,124 08-06-2012 2018
Regular Teacher $56,930 Not reported 08-06-2012 2017

Data year: 2018 Source coming soon

Comparing total pay per year


+ 15.47%
Overall Net Change in Total Pay


Overall Net Change in Base Salary

Not reported

Net Change in Extra Pay

Other employees with the title Regular Teacher at Al Raby High School in 2018

Name Position Total Pay Start Date
Matthew R Geesaman Regular Teacher $76,245 08-28-2002
Tanya Roldan Regular Teacher $75,206 06-08-2009
Nakisha P Lee Regular Teacher $72,804 01-08-2007
Cristina Galvan Regular Teacher $72,291 09-02-2004
Sarah M Houlihan Regular Teacher $69,775 12-03-2008
Elizabeth R Muller Regular Teacher $61,306 12-08-2011
Lateefa F Harland Young Regular Teacher $59,806 08-19-2013
Ryan Kaj Price Regular Teacher $55,037 08-15-2017
Sherry M Franklin Regular Teacher $54,561 08-28-2017
Mallory Hyneman Regular Teacher $54,516 08-28-2017
Ross Eagle Regular Teacher $54,270 10-28-2016
Teneisha Huley Regular Teacher $53,103 02-23-2016
Scott Snyder Regular Teacher $53,064 08-21-2013
Julie E Potratz Regular Teacher $51,583 05-15-2018
Abhishak Mantra Regular Teacher $49,632 04-28-2014
Melissa P. Huber Regular Teacher $48,333 08-29-2018
Jasmine Renee Jones Regular Teacher $47,519 08-27-2018
Chennell J. Edwards Regular Teacher $47,503 03-28-2016

Data year: 2018 Source coming soon

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