Annette Marie Rodriguez

Summary

Annette Marie Rodriguez earned $74,412 in 2017 as a Teacher for Plainfield SD 202 River View Elementary School.

Rodriguez earned more than 80.00% of employees in Plainfield SD 202 River View Elementary School.

Other Teachers at Plainfield SD 202 River View Elementary School

Name Position Salary Start Date
Kristen L Dunow Teacher $91,252 N/A
Susanne M Ramsak Teacher $81,392 N/A
Steven Flynn Mcnabb Teacher $81,077 N/A
Richard Beintum Teacher $79,252 N/A
Elizabeth M Kolinski Teacher $78,638 N/A
Joanne Borzym Teacher $76,719 N/A
Jeffrey J Katrenak Teacher $72,456 N/A
Michele Wolfe Teacher $72,316 N/A
Danielle Schultz Teacher $70,414 N/A
Christiana M Wojnowski Teacher $68,430 N/A
Kelly A Sedivy Teacher $68,430 N/A
Deborah A Noser Teacher $68,165 N/A
Alisa M Costion Teacher $66,502 N/A
Joanne R Ocenasek Teacher $66,372 N/A
Brooke J Pringle Teacher $64,878 N/A
Kelly A Flynn Teacher $64,753 N/A
Kimberly A Winters Teacher $64,376 N/A
Katherine A Meyer Teacher $62,684 N/A
Gina M Waldon Teacher $62,440 N/A
Stacia R Mallory Teacher $59,086 N/A
Tasha J Knapczyk Teacher $58,225 N/A
Alicia A Bolser Teacher $58,185 N/A
Julie L Kandell Teacher $57,532 N/A
Brittany F Brandenburg Teacher $52,700 N/A
Michelle Rene Delgado Teacher $52,395 N/A
Donielle Therese Boukram Teacher $50,918 N/A
Michael Huska Teacher $49,869 N/A
Therese A Stennett Teacher $47,760 N/A
Lauren P Gonzalez Teacher $41,965 N/A
Michelle K Winder Teacher $41,651 N/A
Jenna E Myers Teacher $41,141 N/A
Amber R Mckenna Teacher $36,907 N/A

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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