Darlene D Schnur
Darlene D Schnur earned $92,872 in 2017 as a Special Education Teacher for Chicago Public Schools Charles Allen Prosser Car Acd. Schnur had worked in this position since February 10, 1992.
Schnur earned more than 88.49% of employees in Chicago Public Schools Charles Allen Prosser Car Acd.
Other Special Education Teachers at Chicago Public Schools Charles Allen Prosser Car Acd
|Sandra Goldstein||Special Education Teacher||$125,549||09-06-1976|
|Dominick Demario Foster||Special Education Teacher||$98,401||09-18-1990|
|Sean Michael Moore||Special Education Teacher||$86,629||09-23-2002|
|Laura Michelle Parsons||Special Education Teacher||$86,138||08-28-2002|
|Anne Lisa Plous||Special Education Teacher||$81,567||09-05-1988|
|Kathryn Mary Cogan||Special Education Teacher||$75,483||08-29-2007|
|James A Tamburrino||Special Education Teacher||$71,304||08-31-2011|
|Lisa M Lemoine||Special Education Teacher||$70,492||08-31-2011|
|Rachel L. Rasdall||Special Education Teacher||$66,076||09-01-2011|
|Perrick S. Robinson||Special Education Teacher||$59,822||06-18-2007|
|Katherine Flores||Special Education Teacher||$56,014||04-21-2014|
|Sarah M. Greco||Special Education Teacher||$54,100||01-05-2016|
|Kelley Alioto||Special Education Teacher||$50,200||08-30-2006|
|Kimberly K Smith||Special Education Teacher||$45,027||08-30-2006|
|Yesenia G Escobar||Special Education Teacher||$36,240||02-06-2006|
|Kelly A Morgan||Special Education Teacher||$1,012||10-23-2006|
Data year: 2017 (Source)
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