Delissa L Bennick


Delissa L Bennick earned $81,873 in 2017 as a Teacher for Indian Prairie CUSD 204 May Watts Elementary School.

Bennick earned more than 82.93% of employees in Indian Prairie CUSD 204 May Watts Elementary School.

Other Teachers at Indian Prairie CUSD 204 May Watts Elementary School

Name Position Salary Start Date
Tracy A Benyo Teacher $97,493 N/A
Patricia W Tobin Teacher $97,387 N/A
Annette M Gaughan Teacher $96,653 N/A
Stacey L Wilke Teacher $92,973 N/A
Lana E Cerrato Teacher $81,709 N/A
Terri Andrews Teacher $81,017 N/A
Carrie A Pedersen Teacher $77,549 N/A
Kimberly D Brouch Teacher $75,674 N/A
Lisa L Faulhaber Teacher $73,454 N/A
Amanda L Giarrante Teacher $73,454 N/A
Laura L Gilbert Teacher $71,880 N/A
Michelle L Peterson Teacher $69,955 N/A
Ann M Covert Teacher $69,955 N/A
Kristen H Erwin Teacher $68,817 N/A
Linda Doranski Teacher $68,083 N/A
Lisa A Baumgardner Teacher $67,342 N/A
Christy Brayton Teacher $66,261 N/A
Heather J Bronson Teacher $63,184 N/A
Amit Vaid Teacher $61,082 N/A
Angela Kiselyk Teacher $61,082 N/A
Mary M Baumann Teacher $59,447 N/A
Christopher G Cook Teacher $50,587 N/A
Danielle L Donaldson Teacher $47,678 N/A
Elizabeth Happy Teacher $42,751 N/A
Stephanie Thomas Teacher $40,298 N/A
Nicole L Beutler Teacher $30,769 N/A

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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