Deborah L Gain


Deborah L Gain earned $93,608 in 2017 as a Teacher for Whiteside SD 115 Whiteside Elem School.

Gain earned more than 98.15% of employees in Whiteside SD 115 Whiteside Elem School.

Other Teachers at Whiteside SD 115 Whiteside Elem School

Name Position Salary Start Date
Vicki L Eschman Teacher $87,198 N/A
Kimberly K Brush Teacher $85,677 N/A
Teresa M Roberts Teacher $78,933 N/A
Mary L Hesdra Teacher $73,113 N/A
Jayne M Watkins Teacher $72,646 N/A
Maura L Brueggeman Teacher $72,646 N/A
Susan L Karraker Teacher $69,066 N/A
Cathy A Lippert Teacher $66,260 N/A
Jennifer M Lay Teacher $64,036 N/A
Kaydeane L Rodriguez Teacher $63,464 N/A
Erin E Strinni Teacher $60,815 N/A
Kimberly D Bossler Teacher $60,360 N/A
Connie E Zalesky Teacher $60,168 N/A
Jennifer A Wolford Teacher $59,005 N/A
Amy J Lane Teacher $58,748 N/A
Tricia L Rau Bleich Teacher $57,651 N/A
Raelene M Krause Teacher $57,393 N/A
Sarah M Cason Teacher $57,136 N/A
Vicki J Wormald Teacher $54,586 N/A
Dawn M Vollmer Teacher $52,786 N/A
Deborah A Casole Teacher $51,433 N/A
Dana E Fleshren Teacher $50,016 N/A
Stacy M Hollaway Teacher $49,143 N/A
Allison R Frank Teacher $48,625 N/A
Troy J Griffith Teacher $45,887 N/A
Erin E Connolly Teacher $43,825 N/A
Kacee R Stewart Teacher $43,599 N/A
Noah L Willis Teacher $43,537 N/A
Amy R Dehler Teacher $41,281 N/A
Dorothy S Simpson Teacher $38,701 N/A

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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