Adrian J Koerner


Adrian J Koerner earned $42,843 in 2017 as a Teacher for Danville CCSD 118 Mark Denman Elementary School.

Koerner earned more than 44.16% of employees in Danville CCSD 118 Mark Denman Elementary School.

Other Teachers at Danville CCSD 118 Mark Denman Elementary School

Name Position Salary Start Date
Cindy M Shahan Teacher $74,328 N/A
Christine M Jaruseski Teacher $74,328 N/A
Michelle L Lawhorn Teacher $70,208 N/A
Kristi A Latoz Teacher $70,208 N/A
Matthew P Thompson Teacher $63,441 N/A
Mary Jo Heeren Teacher $63,441 N/A
Courtney L Carpenter Teacher $59,321 N/A
Donna M Carlton Teacher $59,321 N/A
Lisa M Palinski Teacher $59,321 N/A
Jana M Mckenna Teacher $58,674 N/A
Nisa L Draper Teacher $58,674 N/A
Mihai Murineanu Teacher $56,850 N/A
Angela D Kelly Teacher $56,026 N/A
Dustin J Day Teacher $55,202 N/A
Patricia A Muniru Teacher $55,202 N/A
Elizabeth A Benjamin Teacher $54,786 N/A
Sara F Stimac Teacher $54,378 N/A
Sara J Warren Teacher $53,554 N/A
Alissa M Wright Teacher $51,906 N/A
Allison D Lock Teacher $51,906 N/A
Kimberly A Gerler Teacher $51,082 N/A
Scott A Warren Teacher $49,435 N/A
Derrick A Crow Teacher $48,611 N/A
Angela K Wilson Teacher $44,056 N/A
Terra M Williamson Teacher $42,843 N/A
Jodi L Jones Teacher $42,843 N/A
Steven J Dale Teacher $41,195 N/A
Derrius L Hightower Teacher $41,195 N/A
Laurie L Lattanzio Teacher $41,195 N/A
Teri L Bott Teacher $41,195 N/A
Aimee N Miller Teacher $41,195 N/A
Cheri L Ocampo Teacher $40,372 N/A
Amber D Davis Teacher $40,372 N/A
Christina B Nottke Teacher $39,877 N/A

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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