Erica Kowalski

Summary

Erica Kowalski earned $71,585 in 2017 as a Teacher for Clinton Elem School.

Kowalski earned more than 58.06% of employees in Clinton Elem School.

Employment history for Erica Kowalski

Positions held

Position Base Salary Extra Pay Start Date Data year
Teacher $71,585 Not reported Not reported 2017

Data year: 2017 Source coming soon

Other employees with the title Teacher at Clinton Elem School in 2017

Name Position Total Pay Start Date
Stacey Vance Teacher $91,486 Not reported
Kathryn Mikel Teacher $90,580 Not reported
Trenie Gorak Teacher $86,187 Not reported
Rebecca Flack Teacher $82,003 Not reported
Mary Prokopeas Teacher $78,531 Not reported
Mary Poulin Teacher $78,293 Not reported
Erin Phillips Teacher $77,562 Not reported
Michelle Mann Teacher $76,567 Not reported
Cheri Swanson Teacher $75,809 Not reported
Michele Blanken Teacher $73,321 Not reported
Heather Heatley Teacher $69,848 Not reported
Mary Roberts Teacher $64,638 Not reported
Danalea Warrick Teacher $61,165 Not reported
Jennifer Bazzoli Teacher $59,428 Not reported
Krista Schifferer Teacher $57,691 Not reported
Lilly Rosko Teacher $55,955 Not reported
Julie McNulty Braun Teacher $55,955 Not reported
Jennifer Brown Teacher $45,536 Not reported
Cynthia Entwisle Teacher $34,227 Not reported

Data year: 2017 Source coming soon

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