Alison Kesler Deberge

Summary

Alison Kesler Deberge earned $14,274 in 2017 as an English As A Second Language Teacher for Township HSD 214 Rolling Meadows High School.

Deberge earned more than 2.29% of employees in Township HSD 214 Rolling Meadows High School.

Other English As A Second Language Teachers at Township HSD 214 Rolling Meadows High School

Name Position Salary Start Date
Jennifer Linda Marconi English As A Second Language Teacher $115,980 N/A
Paula Savenelli English As A Second Language Teacher $113,394 N/A
Carolyn Marie Mcdonald English As A Second Language Teacher $64,722 N/A
Kevin R Young English As A Second Language Teacher $34,388 N/A
Lisa M Romano English As A Second Language Teacher $34,388 N/A
Brett S Olson English As A Second Language Teacher $32,010 N/A
Cecilia Garcia English As A Second Language Teacher $20,330 N/A
Lee Ann Haralambakis English As A Second Language Teacher $19,573 N/A
Tiffany D Kupkowski English As A Second Language Teacher $18,816 N/A
Jeffrey R Batey English As A Second Language Teacher $14,923 N/A
Kelly T Lussow English As A Second Language Teacher $13,626 N/A
Melissa Ani Mardoian English As A Second Language Teacher $12,652 N/A
Heidi Quast English As A Second Language Teacher $11,463 N/A

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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