Bridget N. Daresh

Summary

Bridget N. Daresh earned $74,952 in 2017 as a Regular Teacher for Chicago Public Schools Wildwood Ib World Magnet. Daresh had worked in this position since August 27, 2012.

Daresh earned more than 57.14% of employees in Chicago Public Schools Wildwood Ib World Magnet.

Other Regular Teachers at Chicago Public Schools Wildwood Ib World Magnet

Name Position Salary Start Date
Stephen Eric Schlichting Regular Teacher $126,689 10-13-1996
Catherine Ellen Tanner Regular Teacher $96,593 02-05-1990
Craig Segal Regular Teacher $95,730 09-07-1992
Rebecca Gae Braun Regular Teacher $93,862 09-07-1992
Maria Elipas Regular Teacher $93,582 04-07-1988
Patricia Elois Payne Regular Teacher $92,666 10-08-1990
Tammy Michelle Ruta-Kreydick Regular Teacher $89,382 08-20-1998
Shaun R Banks Regular Teacher $88,728 10-12-1999
Brigid C Jennings Regular Teacher $86,415 01-01-1990
Anita K Mack Regular Teacher $84,863 08-28-1996
Rocio Strzepek-Navarro Regular Teacher $84,587 04-11-1994
Natalia Markovic Regular Teacher $84,576 08-27-2003
Monica Maria Balen-Tilkin Regular Teacher $82,515 06-08-2003
Anna Bafia Regular Teacher $80,291 08-30-2006
Karl W Wiedegreen Regular Teacher $78,690 01-04-2011
Stephanie L Stankus Regular Teacher $78,490 12-13-2006
Michael K Mroz Regular Teacher $61,586 09-20-2011
Alan M Burrall Regular Teacher $60,348 08-19-2013
Ryan Vanoverbeke Regular Teacher $59,462 06-03-2013
Christine S Kim Regular Teacher $59,238 09-23-2011
Nikki Kelsey Regular Teacher $50,681 04-25-2016
Kelsie A. Mizel Regular Teacher $22,155 08-28-2017
Daina Renata Cers Regular Teacher $21,266 03-21-1994

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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