Kathryn S Ley

Summary

Kathryn S Ley earned $58,354 in 2017 as a Teacher for CUSD 300 Gilberts Elem Sch.

Ley earned more than 51.02% of employees in CUSD 300 Gilberts Elem Sch.

Other Teachers at CUSD 300 Gilberts Elem Sch

Name Position Salary Start Date
Ann J Hottovy Teacher $106,868 N/A
Cristie Stanek Teacher $98,587 N/A
Kelly A Burmeister Teacher $94,945 N/A
Tracy S Burke Teacher $80,757 N/A
Kathy L Stumpf Teacher $79,465 N/A
Amy M Kerley Teacher $76,098 N/A
Sean C Hough Teacher $76,098 N/A
Luc J Miron Teacher $75,982 N/A
Lauren S Sarnwick Teacher $68,924 N/A
Amy L Warfel Teacher $68,373 N/A
Michelle D Ahr Teacher $67,031 N/A
Shannon E Leonard Teacher $64,428 N/A
Michelle M Creegan Teacher $63,674 N/A
Ronda L Randl Teacher $61,201 N/A
Melanie D Tohme Teacher $61,021 N/A
Kathleen A Negi Teacher $57,209 N/A
Kalynn M Lemley Teacher $57,209 N/A
Gina M Gavelek Teacher $53,909 N/A
Jessica C Deng Teacher $53,340 N/A
Allison R Drolen Teacher $50,878 N/A
Janna L Miller Teacher $49,805 N/A
Susan J Raab Teacher $47,943 N/A
Donna L Pilut Teacher $47,871 N/A
Amanda J Cook Teacher $44,292 N/A
Lisa S Papeck Teacher $44,292 N/A
Marielle C Stock Teacher $44,292 N/A
Danielle C Goebbert Teacher $44,292 N/A
Erica Lee Teacher $44,292 N/A
Rachael K Schaefer Teacher $44,106 N/A
Allison E Nork Teacher $43,424 N/A
Somphol Chau Teacher $42,573 N/A

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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