Daniel Toy

Summary

Daniel Toy earned $69,206 in 2017 as a Special Education Teacher for Niles Twp HSD 219 Niles West High School.

Toy earned more than 28.62% of employees in Niles Twp HSD 219 Niles West High School.

Other Special Education Teachers at Niles Twp HSD 219 Niles West High School

Name Position Salary Start Date
Sandra Gold Special Education Teacher $148,174 N/A
Marie H Grunst Special Education Teacher $136,643 N/A
Lisa Renee Hindel Special Education Teacher $130,913 N/A
Denise Whitefield Special Education Teacher $130,913 N/A
Karen Trachsel Special Education Teacher $130,129 N/A
Vachee M Loughran Special Education Teacher $130,129 N/A
Mary Jo Schnabel Special Education Teacher $130,129 N/A
Kathleen Brandes-Elwell Special Education Teacher $125,825 N/A
Shaun Kennedy Special Education Teacher $116,368 N/A
Erick L Kaiser Special Education Teacher $103,190 N/A
Anthony Genovesi Special Education Teacher $102,739 N/A
Sean Defelice Special Education Teacher $96,032 N/A
Caitlin Casey Special Education Teacher $83,014 N/A
Adrian Batista Special Education Teacher $82,821 N/A
Michael Grossman Special Education Teacher $80,390 N/A
David Gould Special Education Teacher $74,147 N/A
Ann Wiberg Special Education Teacher $74,007 N/A
Lawrence C Fogel Special Education Teacher $26,183 N/A

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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