Caroline Benjamin

Summary

Caroline Benjamin earned $66,251 in 2017 as a General Administrator Or General Supervisor for Niles Twp HSD 219 Niles North High School.

Benjamin earned more than 29.69% of employees in Niles Twp HSD 219 Niles North High School.

Other General Administrator Or General Supervisors at Niles Twp HSD 219 Niles North High School

Name Position Salary Start Date
Christopher Powell General Administrator Or General Supervisor $152,007 N/A
Timothy Ortmann General Administrator Or General Supervisor $145,802 N/A
Todd B Bowen General Administrator Or General Supervisor $132,926 N/A
Joan A Gallagher General Administrator Or General Supervisor $129,979 N/A
Anthony Bradburn General Administrator Or General Supervisor $115,574 N/A
Brett Joseph Bildstein General Administrator Or General Supervisor $113,619 N/A
David Wartowski General Administrator Or General Supervisor $104,771 N/A
Paul Swanson General Administrator Or General Supervisor $86,903 N/A
Scott Dahlberg General Administrator Or General Supervisor $83,381 N/A
Demetra Constantine Bolos-Hartman General Administrator Or General Supervisor $66,000 N/A
Steve Parnther General Administrator Or General Supervisor $62,620 N/A
Anthony Jason Meier General Administrator Or General Supervisor $57,600 N/A
Sara E Klos General Administrator Or General Supervisor $54,368 N/A

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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