Anne Jaeger

Summary

Anne Jaeger earned $63,241 in 2017 as a Teacher for Fearn Elementary School.

Jaeger earned more than 42.86% of employees in Fearn Elementary School.

Employment history for Anne Jaeger

Positions held

Position Base Salary Extra Pay Start Date Data year
Teacher $63,241 Not reported Not reported 2017

Data year: 2017 Source coming soon

Other employees with the title Teacher at Fearn Elementary School in 2017

Name Position Total Pay Start Date
Susan K Wredling Teacher $106,562 Not reported
Ann P Butcher Teacher $106,484 Not reported
Kathy Brown Teacher $105,984 Not reported
Linda M Carbray Teacher $105,984 Not reported
Mary Ellen Peffer Teacher $104,440 Not reported
Heidi Ochsenschlager Teacher $94,150 Not reported
Julie L Esparza Teacher $93,504 Not reported
Jeffrey R Beetham Teacher $83,419 Not reported
Mary Beth Sterr Teacher $82,553 Not reported
Carol Wicks Teacher $78,350 Not reported
Yaritza Desimoni Teacher $75,241 Not reported
Sarah Kanive Teacher $73,379 Not reported
Julie L Wilke Teacher $72,379 Not reported
Lyndsy Paver Mayer Teacher $72,379 Not reported
Rebecca Jurkowski Teacher $70,542 Not reported
Christopher Zima Teacher $70,018 Not reported
Amy R Talkington Teacher $67,909 Not reported
Patrick Watson Teacher $66,250 Not reported
Richard J Wagner Teacher $63,241 Not reported
Karen Laskowski Teacher $63,241 Not reported
Tracey G Laurx Teacher $61,829 Not reported
Stephanie L Leo Teacher $58,158 Not reported
Kerry M Ryan Teacher $58,158 Not reported
Brian O Fasel Teacher $49,686 Not reported
Laurel M Kohlmann Teacher $46,722 Not reported

Data year: 2017 Source coming soon

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