Deborah C Aguirre

Summary

Deborah C Aguirre earned $74,693 in 2017 as a Special Education Teacher for CUSD 300 Dundee-Crown High School.

Aguirre earned more than 86.63% of employees in CUSD 300 Dundee-Crown High School.

Other Special Education Teachers at CUSD 300 Dundee-Crown High School

Name Position Salary Start Date
Cynthia Vondrasek Special Education Teacher $87,514 N/A
Daniel S Justis Special Education Teacher $73,036 N/A
Julie A Cisler Special Education Teacher $71,709 N/A
Kristen M Skolar Special Education Teacher $67,650 N/A
Deborah A Baker Special Education Teacher $65,023 N/A
Christina M Wochner Special Education Teacher $64,947 N/A
Kari A Breese Special Education Teacher $63,649 N/A
Nicole M Lemanski Special Education Teacher $61,201 N/A
Cherie A Tieri Special Education Teacher $61,201 N/A
Norma Klinn Special Education Teacher $61,178 N/A
Jonathan Anderson Special Education Teacher $57,649 N/A
Patricia A Walsh Special Education Teacher $54,346 N/A
Laura B Wormsley Special Education Teacher $52,913 N/A
Tiffany J Jourdan Special Education Teacher $52,560 N/A
Erica M Hopp Special Education Teacher $47,925 N/A
Nicholas R Martin Special Education Teacher $47,871 N/A
Lonnie L Upshaw Special Education Teacher $47,607 N/A
Bonnie O Corel Special Education Teacher $46,082 N/A
Anne T Keane Special Education Teacher $45,212 N/A
Andrea M Berutti Special Education Teacher $45,162 N/A

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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