Lauren A. Graney


Lauren A. Graney earned $61,450 in 2018 as a Special Education Teacher for Helen C Peirce Sch Of Intl Std. Graney had worked for this employer since August 31, 2011.

Graney earned more than 60.00% of employees in Helen C Peirce Sch Of Intl Std.

Employment history for Lauren A. Graney

Positions held

Position Base Salary Extra Pay Start Date Data year
Special Education Teacher $54,757 $6,693 08-31-2011 2018
Regular Teacher $67,884 Not reported 08-31-2011 2017

Data year: 2018 (Source)

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Overall Net Change in Total Pay


Overall Net Change in Base Salary

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Net Change in Extra Pay

Other employees with the title Special Education Teacher at Helen C Peirce Sch Of Intl Std in 2018

Name Position Total Pay Start Date
Pamela Beatriz Wasson Special Education Teacher $83,238 04-28-1986
Jinny L Gerhardt Special Education Teacher $82,420 01-24-2005
Tiffany Marie Brugman Special Education Teacher $79,683 03-12-2001
Maria Elisa Lopeztello Special Education Teacher $78,798 11-20-1998
Laura D Fitzgerald Special Education Teacher $77,668 01-06-2003
Athanasia T. Kolontouros Special Education Teacher $64,255 05-26-2011
James E Callerstrom Special Education Teacher $56,477 01-03-2011
Evan M. Trad Special Education Teacher $56,089 02-22-2016
Jeremiah J. Claussen Special Education Teacher $54,876 02-02-2018
Kaitlyn Carro Special Education Teacher $52,800 05-25-2017
Tabitha R.P. Harris Special Education Teacher $51,716 08-29-2016
Michael E. Cortright Special Education Teacher $48,301 05-07-2018
Pegeen A McGhan Special Education Teacher $44,519 12-09-2014

Data year: 2018 (Source)

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