Andrew Johnson

Summary

Andrew Johnson earned $91,020 in 2017 as a Regular Teacher for Chicago Public Schools George Westinghouse Hs. Johnson had worked in this position since August 30, 2006.

Johnson earned more than 88.43% of employees in Chicago Public Schools George Westinghouse Hs.

Other Regular Teachers at Chicago Public Schools George Westinghouse Hs

Name Position Salary Start Date
Keith I Dumbleton Regular Teacher $104,192 10-05-2003
Dewitt Anthony Love Regular Teacher $101,179 01-19-1997
Tricia Dawn Colsant Regular Teacher $97,089 11-28-1994
Arthur Dedrick Griffin Regular Teacher $94,850 09-02-1985
Julia Laverne Hailey Regular Teacher $93,295 09-01-1995
Anne C Prendergast Regular Teacher $93,060 08-27-2003
Linda Kay O'Kane Regular Teacher $92,567 09-07-1998
Linda Renee Weesies Becker Regular Teacher $92,065 08-17-2000
Thomas E O'Brien Regular Teacher $91,876 08-29-2001
Donna Ivanisevic Regular Teacher $90,975 09-08-2008
Isaac Robinovitz Regular Teacher $90,338 10-28-2009
Melissa Anne Obrien Regular Teacher $90,145 08-28-2002
Erin Faith Benincasa Regular Teacher $89,713 08-25-1997
Jeffrey A Whitcomb Regular Teacher $89,176 08-30-2006
Laura Marie Dobroski Regular Teacher $87,406 08-31-2005
Jama M Foley Regular Teacher $87,134 08-28-2007
Christopher A Washington Regular Teacher $86,059 08-27-2008
Nora Leticia Ochoa Regular Teacher $85,370 09-22-1999
Melina Lesus Regular Teacher $84,614 03-31-2008
Dana Vale Shabica Regular Teacher $81,128 08-31-2005
Jordan Michael Lau Regular Teacher $79,391 10-31-2005
Anne E O'Neill Regular Teacher $79,305 09-02-2004
John Johnson Regular Teacher $77,663 09-15-2003
Kevin T Templin Regular Teacher $77,079 09-01-2010
Laura A Larson Regular Teacher $76,456 08-30-2006
Faye Sharloin Stevens Regular Teacher $75,947 03-19-2001
Jaclyn Lauren Debold Regular Teacher $75,328 08-30-2006
Kathleen M Tysiak Regular Teacher $74,276 08-31-2011
Amanda Morsch Regular Teacher $71,868 06-08-2009
Hannah Yuh Schuchhardt Regular Teacher $71,764 06-08-2009
Nicole A Bardoulas Regular Teacher $71,694 08-31-2011
Yihong Wei Regular Teacher $66,566 08-31-2011
Mark Mocarski Regular Teacher $66,057 01-25-2007
Andrew C Alexander Regular Teacher $65,521 08-27-2012
Anna E Mackinnon Regular Teacher $65,296 08-31-2015
Amanda Y Chang Regular Teacher $64,993 08-31-2011
Jermel Joyner Regular Teacher $61,148 08-10-2012
Crystal Marie Blahnik Regular Teacher $60,876 09-18-2006
Melanie Butler Regular Teacher $60,722 08-29-2016
Elizabeth Villalobos Regular Teacher $60,256 08-27-2012
Amy E. Dusto Regular Teacher $60,009 08-31-2015
Rebecca M Rogers Regular Teacher $59,936 08-19-2013
Chengkuan Zhou Regular Teacher $59,085 08-25-2014
Jennifer C Lessmann Regular Teacher $58,841 11-03-2006
Lauren L Cantacessi Regular Teacher $57,399 08-19-2013
Luke Staszak Regular Teacher $57,338 05-16-2014
Michelle Paul Regular Teacher $56,888 06-17-2016
Angelica Krajewski-Conzen Regular Teacher $55,648 08-29-2016
Raymond Francis Wohl Regular Teacher $55,614 09-01-1994
Yichen Shao Regular Teacher $54,768 08-31-2015
Lisa S. Pennell Regular Teacher $54,500 08-25-2014
Melanie K. Chwee Regular Teacher $54,082 05-22-2013
Anibal Grijalva Regular Teacher $54,017 03-27-2013
Christopher Plaskota Regular Teacher $53,661 08-31-2015
Ellen N. Lau Regular Teacher $49,174 09-02-2009
Yiyi Xu Regular Teacher $39,028 08-29-2016
Alyssa Brax Regular Teacher $37,437 07-01-2014
Brian M. Schroeck Regular Teacher $35,963 08-25-2014
Budway Ferris Regular Teacher $35,585 08-28-2013
Robert Hansberry Davis Regular Teacher $22,740 08-29-2007
Li Huang Regular Teacher $22,379 08-28-2017
Joshua A Shaffer Regular Teacher $21,866 09-01-2010
Margaret M Cramer Regular Teacher $21,218 08-19-2013
Tyler Fewell Regular Teacher $19,411 05-06-2015
Rachel Ogi Regular Teacher $18,493 08-28-2017
Faeza Rahman Regular Teacher $8,333 08-29-2016

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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