Kevin Joseph O'Laughlin

Summary

Kevin Joseph O'Laughlin earned $73,767 in 2017 as a Special Education Teacher for Chicago Public Schools Theodore Roosevelt High School. O'Laughlin had worked in this position since January 15, 2008.

O'Laughlin earned more than 51.22% of employees in Chicago Public Schools Theodore Roosevelt High School.

Other Special Education Teachers at Chicago Public Schools Theodore Roosevelt High School

Name Position Salary Start Date
Timothy Robert Humphries Special Education Teacher $99,716 09-01-1995
Rose Nelly Arzu Special Education Teacher $98,605 03-14-1994
Mindy Gallaher Special Education Teacher $92,472 02-18-2003
Zaya Daoud Special Education Teacher $89,211 08-19-1999
Fern E Katz-Spielman Special Education Teacher $89,133 08-31-2005
Ewa Jablonska Special Education Teacher $88,379 08-29-2001
Paul D Callaway Special Education Teacher $84,419 08-31-2005
Julia Singer Special Education Teacher $83,648 09-01-1994
Anne Catherine Ward Special Education Teacher $72,173 09-01-1994
Raymond T Denten Special Education Teacher $72,100 09-23-2011
Freddy Calixto Special Education Teacher $64,972 10-13-2011
Janice M Madrecki Special Education Teacher $63,937 08-31-2005
Vincent P Mccollum Special Education Teacher $60,620 11-26-2012
Molly C Maroney Special Education Teacher $58,831 12-02-2011
Erin L. Parker Special Education Teacher $58,066 09-02-2015
Jeff Lorenz Special Education Teacher $58,053 08-25-2014
Bradley M Crimmins Special Education Teacher $55,136 08-29-2016
Annie Pham Special Education Teacher $38,146 03-28-2016
Amalia Velasquez Special Education Teacher $36,769 09-05-2014

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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