Glenn Gerard Rode

Summary

Glenn Gerard Rode earned $93,767 in 2017 as a Regular Teacher for Chicago Public Schools Walter Payton College Prep Hs. Rode had worked in this position since October 05, 1992.

Rode earned more than 86.27% of employees in Chicago Public Schools Walter Payton College Prep Hs.

Other Regular Teachers at Chicago Public Schools Walter Payton College Prep Hs

Name Position Salary Start Date
Phyllis Renee Burstein Regular Teacher $139,974 11-02-1992
Valerie Joyce Gemskie Regular Teacher $108,347 08-17-2000
Alicia Gonzalez Regular Teacher $107,314 08-20-1998
Aaron M Weiss Regular Teacher $105,061 08-24-2003
Arlene Marie Bertoni-Mancine Regular Teacher $102,202 10-23-1998
Molly E Spooner Regular Teacher $100,835 08-27-2003
Scott Daniel Galson Regular Teacher $99,572 08-27-2003
Paul Escobar Regular Teacher $99,325 09-02-2004
Jacqueline Carrera Barge Regular Teacher $96,879 06-01-1992
Allison Colleen Gillick Regular Teacher $93,703 08-27-2003
Walter J Kinderman Regular Teacher $93,060 01-24-2001
Georgia Tolias Regular Teacher $92,458 08-31-2005
Kathleen Teresa Gallegos Regular Teacher $89,946 06-04-2008
Kevin Michael Lee Regular Teacher $89,918 05-01-2007
Tiffany R Batiste-Gilmore Regular Teacher $89,776 08-27-2003
Renate Ann Finke Cristiano Regular Teacher $89,236 08-29-2001
Eric T Kuchii Regular Teacher $88,993 08-27-2003
Kerry Ann Catlin Regular Teacher $88,653 08-25-1997
Charlene Ann Ashley Regular Teacher $87,600 01-21-1997
Michelle Lee Mowery Regular Teacher $87,490 08-29-2007
Patricia Guizzetti Regular Teacher $87,285 08-31-2005
Vincent E Vinluan Regular Teacher $85,227 08-30-2006
Abby L Imrem Regular Teacher $84,985 08-29-2001
Alicia L Quintero Regular Teacher $84,649 02-20-2005
Kathryn E. Person Regular Teacher $84,552 09-12-2011
Luis Enrique Menacho Regular Teacher $84,430 09-01-1995
Valentin John Torres Regular Teacher $83,838 06-18-2007
Nikolaus A Barge Regular Teacher $83,581 08-29-2007
Matt M Silvia Regular Teacher $83,021 08-27-2003
Michael Aaron Caines Regular Teacher $82,057 08-27-2008
Michael R Baldwin Regular Teacher $81,416 01-30-2007
Leslie A Russell Regular Teacher $80,497 08-31-2005
Leigha Lindsay Ingham Regular Teacher $77,731 08-27-2008
Byron Paul Espinoza Regular Teacher $77,487 08-31-2005
Jason H Chau Regular Teacher $76,704 08-29-2011
Kevin J. Wasielewski Regular Teacher $76,133 10-29-2007
Jill Tani Regular Teacher $75,637 05-14-2008
Brandon Edward Newton Regular Teacher $75,478 08-27-2008
Louis Wu Regular Teacher $72,192 09-02-2009
George Klupchak Regular Teacher $69,122 08-31-2015
Donna M. Figenshu Regular Teacher $68,828 08-27-2012
Kathleen Johnston Regular Teacher $67,556 10-08-2012
Kathie Y Ang Regular Teacher $62,509 08-27-2012
Benjamin J. Hyman Regular Teacher $61,683 08-29-2011
Sara M Heiberger Regular Teacher $60,293 07-07-2014
Devan J. Picard Regular Teacher $59,977 08-27-2012
Benjamin L Walker Regular Teacher $58,314 08-25-2014
Priyank Srivastava Regular Teacher $57,976 08-31-2015
Virginia Roach Regular Teacher $57,322 08-25-2014
Marnice Lewis Regular Teacher $56,454 08-31-2015
Kara P. Wilson Regular Teacher $50,299 08-29-2016
Jacqueline Sulisz Regular Teacher $49,393 01-09-2017
Colleen Marie Vallin Regular Teacher $32,610 06-18-2007
Julia Newcomer Regular Teacher $31,560 01-06-2016
Laura Pavlik Regular Teacher $25,829 04-14-2017
Adyna Gabrielle Jackson Regular Teacher $24,433 09-02-2009
Rebecca C. Annunzio Regular Teacher $23,703 06-08-2017
Joshua A. Wiggins Regular Teacher $21,675 08-28-2017
Oscar R. Najera Regular Teacher $20,596 08-28-2017

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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