Latacia Renee Morgan-Greene


Latacia Renee Morgan-Greene earned $120,411 in 2017 as an Assistant Principal for Chicago Public Schools City Wide Education General. Morgan-Greene had worked in this position since September 13, 1999.

Morgan-Greene earned more than 99.91% of employees in Chicago Public Schools City Wide Education General.

Other Assistant Principals at Chicago Public Schools City Wide Education General

Name Position Salary Start Date
Leslie Anne Foster Assistant Principal $126,352 08-28-1996
Theodore David Allen Assistant Principal $124,410 12-13-1993
Michael Torris Johnson Assistant Principal $119,416 08-27-2003
Petrina Diane Haynes Assistant Principal $110,934 09-01-1994
Deidra Ann Turner Assistant Principal $110,925 09-04-1989
Michael S Stosek Assistant Principal $105,245 08-28-2002
Sonya Nerine Hubbard Assistant Principal $88,508 10-02-1995
Vibha V Sanghvi Assistant Principal $86,910 03-11-2007
Donna K Cross Assistant Principal $83,161 08-12-2009
Wanda Faye Grigsby Assistant Principal $82,406 09-07-1987
Zarree F.B Walker Assistant Principal $77,058 08-06-2012
Lynn Yvette Daguerre Assistant Principal $66,811 03-22-2004
Edward Neequaye Assistant Principal $63,554 08-30-2006
Karen Jean Clay Assistant Principal $57,835 08-25-1997
Jessica R. Johnson Assistant Principal $19,520 08-27-2012
Kapria Nicole Robinson Assistant Principal $11,269 09-02-2004
Jeffrey Alstadt Assistant Principal $10,316 07-08-2011
Elaine Bell Assistant Principal $2,024 10-10-1975

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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