Colleen K O Donnell

Summary

Colleen K O Donnell earned $74,653 in 2017 as a Special Education Teacher for Indian Prairie CUSD 204 Metea Valley High School.

O Donnell earned more than 71.90% of employees in Indian Prairie CUSD 204 Metea Valley High School.

Other Special Education Teachers at Indian Prairie CUSD 204 Metea Valley High School

Name Position Salary Start Date
Julie K Buenrostro Special Education Teacher $96,429 N/A
Angela L Kellogg Special Education Teacher $79,247 N/A
Erin B Davis Special Education Teacher $77,836 N/A
Sorayda Maciel Special Education Teacher $76,705 N/A
Kim Pehlke Special Education Teacher $71,098 N/A
Angela M Williams Special Education Teacher $59,447 N/A
Emily C Boynton Special Education Teacher $59,447 N/A
Cheryl A Gibson Special Education Teacher $57,857 N/A
Andrea L Lawler Special Education Teacher $57,857 N/A
Erin E Swanson Special Education Teacher $56,308 N/A
Rachael Blanton Special Education Teacher $50,628 N/A
Carrie A Wrona Special Education Teacher $50,336 N/A
Robert Corradetti Special Education Teacher $46,380 N/A
Sarah L Bathan Special Education Teacher $46,010 N/A
Whitney Sabos Special Education Teacher $42,555 N/A
Christa M Wunderlich Special Education Teacher $41,721 N/A
Dwain Ackerman Ii Special Education Teacher $41,721 N/A
Tyler Castro Special Education Teacher $40,902 N/A
Tyler J Ruschmeyer Special Education Teacher $40,902 N/A
Paul Slager Special Education Teacher $40,298 N/A
Jennifer Fiduccia Special Education Teacher $40,298 N/A
Meagan Johnson Special Education Teacher $39,703 N/A
Stephanie K Banahan Special Education Teacher $37,657 N/A
Matthew Wolski Special Education Teacher $16,834 N/A
David Schumacher Special Education Teacher $16,361 N/A

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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