John T Kirkpatrick

Summary

John T Kirkpatrick earned $132,140 in 2017 as a Teacher for New Trier Township H S Winnetka.

Kirkpatrick earned more than 82.22% of employees in New Trier Township H S Winnetka.

Employment history for John T Kirkpatrick

Positions held

Position Base Salary Extra Pay Start Date Data year
Teacher $132,140 Not reported Not reported 2017

Data year: 2017 Source coming soon

Other employees with the title Teacher at New Trier Township H S Winnetka in 2017

Name Position Total Pay Start Date
Donald T Wurth Teacher $133,786 Not reported
Christopher J Rutt Teacher $133,786 Not reported
Michael Clough Teacher $133,786 Not reported
Randall Zamin Teacher $133,786 Not reported
Spiro Bolos Teacher $133,786 Not reported
Jeffrey C Markham Teacher $133,786 Not reported
Aileen M Heidkamp Teacher $133,786 Not reported
Scott A Fricke Teacher $133,786 Not reported
Tracy Smith Teacher $133,786 Not reported
Lorraine Starck-King Teacher $133,786 Not reported
James P Burnside Teacher $133,786 Not reported
Teri L Rodgers Teacher $133,786 Not reported
Liette Brisebois-Kinsella Teacher $133,786 Not reported
John H Cadwell Teacher $133,786 Not reported
Julia Kessel Teacher $133,786 Not reported
Paul J Easton Teacher $133,786 Not reported
Kay Pothast Teacher $133,786 Not reported
Don D Kim Teacher $133,786 Not reported
Colby K Vargas Teacher $133,786 Not reported
David R Reinstein Teacher $133,786 Not reported
Gregory J Sego Teacher $133,786 Not reported
Elaine K Kollar Teacher $133,786 Not reported
James Parker Hall Teacher $133,786 Not reported
Peter D Rosheger Teacher $133,786 Not reported
Jay S Rosenberg Teacher $133,786 Not reported

Data year: 2017 Source coming soon

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