Brian K Klett

Summary

Brian K Klett earned $72,680 in 2017 as a Teacher for Danville CCSD 118 North Ridge Middle School.

Klett earned more than 92.75% of employees in Danville CCSD 118 North Ridge Middle School.

Other Teachers at Danville CCSD 118 North Ridge Middle School

Name Position Salary Start Date
Howard L Baker Jr Teacher $75,166 N/A
Tony D Montgomery Teacher $70,208 N/A
Christine A Wagers Teacher $70,208 N/A
Kimberly J Ferguson Teacher $70,208 N/A
Kelly J Sigler Teacher $68,384 N/A
Christine D Overley Teacher $66,913 N/A
Kristi A Hawker Teacher $66,913 N/A
Tamara J Heffernan Teacher $63,419 N/A
Jennifer A Woodrow Teacher $61,969 N/A
Kimberly E Burch Teacher $61,793 N/A
Clint L Cunningham Teacher $60,145 N/A
Jacqueline R Hannan Teacher $59,321 N/A
Nicholas M Brines Teacher $59,321 N/A
Jayme S Biava Teacher $58,674 N/A
Stephen J Houghton Teacher $58,674 N/A
Michelle T Collins Teacher $58,498 N/A
Lisa Feder Teacher $56,850 N/A
Stephani A Jones Teacher $56,026 N/A
Barbara J York Teacher $56,026 N/A
Aubrey N Carpenter Teacher $56,026 N/A
Troy A Stimac Teacher $55,202 N/A
Josef M Dicken Teacher $53,554 N/A
Talia O Daulton Teacher $53,554 N/A
Amy J Robinson Teacher $51,906 N/A
Christopher E Dryer Teacher $51,906 N/A
Philip D Weber Teacher $51,082 N/A
Christopher C Campbell-Stanley Teacher $47,787 N/A
Rhonda M Johnson Teacher $47,787 N/A
James L Robinson Teacher $44,491 N/A
Nicholas T Bialeschki Teacher $41,195 N/A
Lori L Mcdermott Teacher $41,195 N/A
Lisa E Taylor Teacher $41,195 N/A
Ryan S Warren Teacher $41,195 N/A
Lynnette D Hodges Teacher $40,372 N/A
Lindsay M Porter Teacher $39,877 N/A
Matthew T Milligan Teacher $38,559 N/A
Julie J Cross Teacher $37,735 N/A
Taryn L Owens Teacher $37,532 N/A

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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