Katharine L. Dill


Katharine L. Dill earned $74,913 in 2017 as a Regular Teacher for Chicago Public Schools Jordan Community School. Dill had worked in this position since August 27, 2008.

Dill earned more than 72.13% of employees in Chicago Public Schools Jordan Community School.

Other Regular Teachers at Chicago Public Schools Jordan Community School

Name Position Salary Start Date
Sonia Marie Lascelles Regular Teacher $99,383 09-21-2005
Dina Reon Carroll Regular Teacher $91,338 11-19-1990
Margaret L Murray Regular Teacher $90,758 09-02-2004
Meredith A Senn Regular Teacher $90,138 08-27-2003
John James Mahon Regular Teacher $86,062 08-27-2003
Jane M Paintsil Regular Teacher $86,043 11-14-2005
Elizabeth R Lancaster Regular Teacher $85,405 09-02-2004
Ann B Russell Regular Teacher $81,296 08-27-2003
Deloris Green Regular Teacher $78,220 08-19-1999
Beckie A Cornelison Regular Teacher $77,946 08-29-2001
Daryl James Stewart Regular Teacher $69,855 03-15-2009
Amanda K Del Dotto Regular Teacher $68,771 09-02-2008
Katy M Spore Regular Teacher $63,465 08-24-2007
Whitney R. Jones Regular Teacher $60,322 09-17-2014
Christine Kim Regular Teacher $57,143 08-27-2012
Lisa M Twomey Regular Teacher $53,457 08-31-2005
Hernan X Falconi Regular Teacher $20,701 08-28-2017
Octavio Sanchez Gonzalez Regular Teacher $20,445 08-28-2017
Michelle Petti Regular Teacher $18,605 08-28-2017

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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