Kendra K Fioravanti

Summary

Kendra K Fioravanti earned $24,139 in 2017 as a Paraprofessional for CUSD 300 Delacey Family Educ Ctr.

Fioravanti earned more than 28.57% of employees in CUSD 300 Delacey Family Educ Ctr.

Other Paraprofessionals at CUSD 300 Delacey Family Educ Ctr

Name Position Salary Start Date
Lori A Pepper Paraprofessional $26,302 N/A
Elsa I Jimenez Paraprofessional $26,112 N/A
Beth A Sturges Paraprofessional $25,998 N/A
Epifania Heredia Hoil Paraprofessional $25,899 N/A
Angelica Borba Paraprofessional $25,894 N/A
Sarah K Emerson Paraprofessional $25,878 N/A
Shirley J Anderson Paraprofessional $25,476 N/A
Gloria O Lerma Paraprofessional $25,448 N/A
Maribel Villanueva-Mora Paraprofessional $25,177 N/A
Olivia Patino Paraprofessional $24,757 N/A
Candida E Figueroa Paraprofessional $24,488 N/A
Elizabeth A Trieloff Paraprofessional $24,478 N/A
Maria G Benitez Paraprofessional $24,216 N/A
Carmen E Macias Paraprofessional $23,880 N/A
Elizabeth M Warble Paraprofessional $23,838 N/A
Joanna M Czyz Paraprofessional $23,824 N/A
Cheryl R Gebben Paraprofessional $23,361 N/A
Cheryl L Ehorn Paraprofessional $23,262 N/A
Karen M Guenther Paraprofessional $23,145 N/A
Terri S Lau Paraprofessional $22,206 N/A
Michele M Chappetto Paraprofessional $21,851 N/A
Amie S Lenzini Paraprofessional $21,491 N/A
Bernadette Zielinski Paraprofessional $20,892 N/A
Rosa H White Paraprofessional $20,556 N/A
Catherine K Waddell Paraprofessional $17,353 N/A
Emily A Reckamp Paraprofessional $17,142 N/A
Nicole B Lerma Paraprofessional $15,725 N/A
Elizabeth Haro Paraprofessional $14,044 N/A
Cindy Salgado Paraprofessional $12,999 N/A

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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