Dawn Marie Glunz

Summary

Dawn Marie Glunz earned $95,415 in 2017 as a Special Education Teacher for Chicago Public Schools Lincoln Park High School. Glunz had worked in this position since September 01, 1994.

Glunz earned more than 94.33% of employees in Chicago Public Schools Lincoln Park High School.

Other Special Education Teachers at Chicago Public Schools Lincoln Park High School

Name Position Salary Start Date
Pamela P. Gikas Special Education Teacher $94,406 02-05-2008
Patricia Ann Bulsok Special Education Teacher $91,170 10-24-1999
Kathleen Lee Wagner Special Education Teacher $90,848 09-06-1995
Brandi M Odum Special Education Teacher $75,903 01-07-2003
John Matthew Cabey Special Education Teacher $72,775 06-22-2009
Christina Muri Special Education Teacher $71,584 09-01-2010
Tara A Donnelly Special Education Teacher $62,188 08-25-2014
Eric Cromer Special Education Teacher $62,025 09-01-2011
Diane Biegert Special Education Teacher $56,870 11-13-2009
Margaret Chow Special Education Teacher $56,502 10-19-2012
Rachel Gordon Special Education Teacher $54,515 03-05-2014
Hannah R. Brenner Special Education Teacher $51,901 08-31-2015
Emily R. Boutwell Special Education Teacher $38,419 05-03-2012
Justin J. O'Donnell Special Education Teacher $20,034 08-28-2017
Gillian M Falknor Special Education Teacher $4,326 08-29-2016

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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