Cynthia Arevalo

Summary

Cynthia Arevalo earned $72,009 in 2017 as a Bilingual Teacher for Chicago Public Schools Mary Lyon School. Arevalo had worked in this position since August 03, 2011.

Arevalo earned more than 69.51% of employees in Chicago Public Schools Mary Lyon School.

Other Bilingual Teachers at Chicago Public Schools Mary Lyon School

Name Position Salary Start Date
Maria Luisa Gonzalez Bilingual Teacher $97,756 10-14-1997
Luzmila Beanira Adrianzen Bilingual Teacher $96,389 01-25-1993
Ida Mendicuti Bilingual Teacher $96,057 01-21-1999
Erlinda Salas Bilingual Teacher $95,550 08-25-1997
Evelyn Lebron Bilingual Teacher $92,450 10-04-1993
Migdalia Chavez Bilingual Teacher $91,942 04-28-2003
Amelia Barron-Perez Bilingual Teacher $90,410 09-06-1994
Abraham Padilla Bilingual Teacher $88,926 08-29-2001
Marisa L Deleon Bilingual Teacher $88,417 12-10-1990
Patricia Pena Bilingual Teacher $88,113 08-25-1997
Maria T Santiago Bilingual Teacher $86,171 08-27-2003
Deisy D Bernabe Bilingual Teacher $81,310 09-09-2004
Yasmin A Romero Bilingual Teacher $77,320 09-25-2007
Anne Vianney Nolan Bilingual Teacher $76,130 08-29-2007
Mariette Martinez Bilingual Teacher $73,078 08-27-2008
Megan Leclair Shore Bilingual Teacher $50,414 06-18-2007
Seth T Mandelkern Bilingual Teacher $42,746 08-04-2010
Danielle C. Barrett Bilingual Teacher $26,055 03-17-2014

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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