Erika Ray earned $63,656 in 2017 as a Bilingual Teacher for Chicago Public Schools Florence Nightingale School. Ray had worked in this position since January 05, 2011.
Ray earned more than 57.26% of employees in Chicago Public Schools Florence Nightingale School.
Other Bilingual Teachers at Chicago Public Schools Florence Nightingale School
|Leila Jihad Harb||Bilingual Teacher||$101,247||08-17-2000|
|Ana Maria Ramos||Bilingual Teacher||$101,016||09-07-1992|
|Julie Ann Fawcett||Bilingual Teacher||$94,961||09-02-1991|
|Martha Isabel Roldan||Bilingual Teacher||$91,912||09-01-1994|
|Dalila G Jibaja||Bilingual Teacher||$91,672||11-10-1992|
|Veronica Contreras-Villegas||Bilingual Teacher||$91,194||09-07-1992|
|Elisa I Guzman||Bilingual Teacher||$88,565||09-02-2004|
|Elena Hudson||Bilingual Teacher||$85,741||10-30-2006|
|Teresa A Amaro||Bilingual Teacher||$85,240||10-27-1993|
|Mary Jane Solis||Bilingual Teacher||$80,070||11-05-1990|
|Norma Covarrubias||Bilingual Teacher||$71,517||05-19-2003|
|Melissa Guzman||Bilingual Teacher||$66,166||08-03-2011|
|Jane F Barin||Bilingual Teacher||$66,051||05-26-2010|
|Monica Oceguera||Bilingual Teacher||$63,913||04-06-2010|
|Adrian Morales||Bilingual Teacher||$61,947||08-31-2007|
|Jasmin A. Alvarez||Bilingual Teacher||$61,767||08-13-2012|
|Jacqueline Sanchez||Bilingual Teacher||$54,444||09-17-2014|
|Juan Jose Saro Garcia||Bilingual Teacher||$54,085||08-25-2014|
|Diana A Del Real||Bilingual Teacher||$51,515||06-07-2016|
|Liliana Salgado||Bilingual Teacher||$50,984||09-06-2016|
|Maria G Martinez||Bilingual Teacher||$50,308||09-01-2016|
|Christy M Gregory||Bilingual Teacher||$50,234||01-08-2001|
|Chelsea N Washington||Bilingual Teacher||$47,108||08-30-2013|
|Enrique Moreno Fernandez||Bilingual Teacher||$42,376||08-25-2014|
|Colleen King||Bilingual Teacher||$34,194||08-31-2015|
|Alma Ramos||Bilingual Teacher||$25,727||01-17-2017|
Data year: 2017 (Source)
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