Erika Ray


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

Name Position Salary Start Date
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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