Carolina Ramos


Carolina Ramos earned $73,386 in 2017 as a Regular Teacher for Chicago Public Schools David G Farragut Career Acad. Ramos had worked in this position since February 26, 2008.

Ramos earned more than 67.27% of employees in Chicago Public Schools David G Farragut Career Acad.

Other Regular Teachers at Chicago Public Schools David G Farragut Career Acad

Name Position Salary Start Date
Maria Teresa Mooney Regular Teacher $96,392 08-28-1996
Dennis M Banahan Regular Teacher $94,010 10-24-1994
William Albert Nelson Regular Teacher $93,803 06-03-1991
Ramona Banks Regular Teacher $93,541 06-03-1991
Mark R Siemsen Regular Teacher $92,696 08-31-2005
Amela Cenan Regular Teacher $91,503 08-27-2003
Shane Garry Schedin Regular Teacher $90,100 09-02-2009
John R Silva Regular Teacher $87,128 08-29-2007
Magally Mcdowell Regular Teacher $86,382 08-20-1998
Reyna Morales Regular Teacher $82,424 01-16-2007
Joann E Baldwin Regular Teacher $81,326 08-29-2001
Eddy R Mazur Regular Teacher $81,192 08-30-2006
Jessie Meredith Regular Teacher $74,008 01-30-1989
Linda Loren Morales Regular Teacher $72,453 09-24-2008
Christopher Mcdaniel Regular Teacher $62,140 07-05-2006
Dragana Bozovic-Milutinovic Regular Teacher $59,961 11-15-2011
Vera Milenkovich Regular Teacher $59,560 09-02-1974
Tracy Juarez Regular Teacher $57,876 08-31-2011
Daniela Varela Regular Teacher $56,379 02-19-2015
Andrea Pulido Regular Teacher $52,787 08-29-2016
Leah Whitesel Regular Teacher $48,007 08-28-2008
Alexander Ontiveros Regular Teacher $47,472 03-03-2009
Joseph N. Nuzzo Regular Teacher $42,234 08-31-2011
Namkyun R Sul Regular Teacher $41,357 10-23-2015
Fernando Domingo Reyes Regular Teacher $37,891 02-09-2017
Hans J Krueger Regular Teacher $27,837 09-22-2010
Aaron Gaines Regular Teacher $20,479 02-23-2011
Valentina R Mendoza Regular Teacher $19,136 08-28-2017

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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