Linda E Fortt

Summary

Linda E Fortt earned $69,195 in 2017 as a Teacher for Indian Prairie CUSD 204 Still Middle School.

Fortt earned more than 34.85% of employees in Indian Prairie CUSD 204 Still Middle School.

Other Teachers at Indian Prairie CUSD 204 Still Middle School

Name Position Salary Start Date
Michelle K Perkins Teacher $96,878 N/A
Ami M Schleining Teacher $96,653 N/A
Jonathan S Pardys Teacher $93,646 N/A
Keith J Jensik Teacher $93,646 N/A
Angela R Bushelle Teacher $90,554 N/A
Mark B Kreiter Teacher $89,454 N/A
Mark Kubal Teacher $88,063 N/A
Christina M Ortinau Teacher $87,181 N/A
Kristen R Evenhouse Teacher $85,706 N/A
Jennifer M Fehrmann Teacher $85,706 N/A
Claire C Fenton Teacher $85,247 N/A
Robert A Wiencek Teacher $85,023 N/A
Christopher J Crawl Teacher $81,873 N/A
Donna M Davis Teacher $81,242 N/A
Douglas J Ruhs Teacher $80,118 N/A
Kristin L Shaw Teacher $79,681 N/A
Andrea Palmer Teacher $79,007 N/A
Michelle L Johnson Teacher $76,332 N/A
Debra Lindsay Teacher $75,473 N/A
Marc A Defarno Teacher $75,473 N/A
Patty S Petravicius Teacher $75,178 N/A
Mary K Whitney Teacher $74,259 N/A
Megan E Zalokar Teacher $73,454 N/A
Jennifer M Coombs Teacher $71,880 N/A
Amy E Scott Teacher $71,488 N/A
Patricia D Hicks Teacher $71,098 N/A
Amy Coleman Teacher $69,955 N/A
Tracy M Popper Teacher $69,955 N/A
Michele T Dutton Teacher $69,574 N/A
Sameena Sultan Teacher $67,342 N/A
Melissa J Hurd Teacher $65,900 N/A
Valerie A Wood Teacher $65,900 N/A
Michelle L Gassen Teacher $62,762 N/A
Lindsay R Zwettler Teacher $59,447 N/A
Christine Webber Teacher $57,857 N/A
Katherine A Wickert Teacher $57,857 N/A
John Lay Teacher $57,696 N/A
Chris Niesluchowski Teacher $54,823 N/A
Kristen O Toole Teacher $52,672 N/A
Stephanie T Burdiak Teacher $48,901 N/A
Steven R Mickelson Teacher $46,010 N/A
Terence White Teacher $45,108 N/A

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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