Catherine S Derwin


Catherine S Derwin earned $60,799 in 2017 as a Teacher for Plainfield SD 202 Drauden Point Middle School.

Derwin earned more than 49.18% of employees in Plainfield SD 202 Drauden Point Middle School.

Other Teachers at Plainfield SD 202 Drauden Point Middle School

Name Position Salary Start Date
Kathleen Kunz Teacher $104,585 N/A
Deborah Odegaard-Carpenter Teacher $94,081 N/A
Pamela Harris-Porn Teacher $93,899 N/A
Janine M Raspolich Teacher $86,014 N/A
Douglas L Gardner Teacher $83,590 N/A
Jeanice A Stephens Teacher $82,063 N/A
Teralyn R Hall Teacher $76,869 N/A
Jennifer L Walter Teacher $76,422 N/A
Leah M Janik Teacher $74,848 N/A
Laura E Hefka Teacher $74,268 N/A
Timothy J Placher Teacher $74,266 N/A
Patricia A Potocki Teacher $74,124 N/A
Sue Phillips Teacher $72,316 N/A
Megan K Jaicomo Teacher $66,372 N/A
Jennifer M Belcher Teacher $66,244 N/A
Jennifer Lynn Wedic Teacher $66,244 N/A
Katheryn S Holloway Teacher $66,244 N/A
Amber Patricia Simonic Teacher $64,376 N/A
Regina M Cameron Teacher $64,376 N/A
Heather L Joy Teacher $64,376 N/A
Erin E Ambre Teacher $64,376 N/A
Eric E Kelly Teacher $64,376 N/A
Jason R Pleshar Teacher $62,562 N/A
Cynthia L Johnson Teacher $62,562 N/A
Annette M Mccammon Teacher $60,799 N/A
Rebecca D Vant Teacher $54,229 N/A
Jenna A Loats Teacher $54,229 N/A
Leigh A Castle Teacher $54,229 N/A
Melissa Mary Graves Teacher $52,700 N/A
Emily A Huntzinger Teacher $48,089 N/A
Amy Miller - Koenig Teacher $43,131 N/A
Lincoln Depaula Teacher $42,504 N/A
Nicole Elizabeth Brienen Teacher $41,965 N/A
Megan N Smith Teacher $41,965 N/A
Julie S Moore Teacher $15,941 N/A
Susan E Gruber Teacher $8,439 N/A

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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