Betsy Holman

Summary

Betsy Holman earned $154,877 in 2017 as a Teacher for Niles North High School.

Holman earned more than 95.70% of employees in Niles North High School.

Employment history for Betsy Holman

Positions held

Position Base Salary Extra Pay Start Date Data year
Teacher $154,877 Not reported Not reported 2017

Data year: 2017 Source coming soon

Other employees with the title Teacher at Niles North High School in 2017

Name Position Total Pay Start Date
Susan Fosco Teacher $170,817 Not reported
Frank J Sticha Teacher $170,011 Not reported
Hillary Tulley Teacher $162,195 Not reported
Anthony Jackson Teacher $155,644 Not reported
Lori Real Teacher $155,358 Not reported
Susan Ranft Teacher $143,566 Not reported
Ann Goethals Teacher $142,690 Not reported
Ana Rios-Murphy Teacher $141,940 Not reported
Daniel Gregerman Teacher $137,681 Not reported
Timothy J Richmond Teacher $136,329 Not reported
Lydia Ronning Teacher $133,960 Not reported
Jean Ordonez Teacher $130,913 Not reported
Heather Ingraham Teacher $130,913 Not reported
Sandra M Wilson Teacher $130,913 Not reported
Susie Posnock Teacher $130,913 Not reported
Guillermo Lupi Teacher $130,913 Not reported
Bonnie Weiberg Teacher $130,913 Not reported
Mark Pace Teacher $130,913 Not reported
Carol Herlocker Teacher $130,913 Not reported
Mark S Egofske Teacher $130,913 Not reported
Michael Beeftink Teacher $130,913 Not reported
Julie Lear Teacher $130,129 Not reported
Conrad Musleh Teacher $130,129 Not reported
Lisa F Stone Teacher $130,129 Not reported
Michelle Kline Teacher $130,129 Not reported

Data year: 2017 Source coming soon

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