Linda M Scheiter

Summary

Linda M Scheiter earned $60,435 in 2017 as a Teacher for Alton CUSD 11 East Elementary School.

Scheiter earned more than 69.05% of employees in Alton CUSD 11 East Elementary School.

Other Teachers at Alton CUSD 11 East Elementary School

Name Position Salary Start Date
Gary C Banks Teacher $81,401 N/A
Terri D Harvey Teacher $68,538 N/A
Kelli M Robertson Teacher $66,586 N/A
David J Schwartz Teacher $65,390 N/A
Thora L Buis Teacher $64,536 N/A
Penny S Salvato Teacher $63,169 N/A
Ann M Bauer-Ross Teacher $63,169 N/A
Julie M Cook Teacher $63,169 N/A
Kirstin Schulz Teacher $63,169 N/A
Donald L Schmidt Teacher $59,068 N/A
Laura S Huette Teacher $59,068 N/A
Michelle A Klasner Teacher $58,385 N/A
Tricia D Franke Teacher $57,189 N/A
Gina R Frye Teacher $57,189 N/A
Kristen M Saenz Teacher $53,601 N/A
Rebecca Chapman Teacher $53,601 N/A
Debra J Hoefert Teacher $52,470 N/A
Sara K Schmidt Teacher $51,209 N/A
Joshua A Zuidema Teacher $49,500 N/A
Jaqueline R Good Teacher $48,817 N/A
Beverly A Clayton Teacher $47,108 N/A
Teresa D Arview Teacher $45,912 N/A
Shelley J Cowan Teacher $45,229 N/A
Beth M Dunlap Teacher $44,716 N/A
Andrew M Burnside-Weaver Teacher $42,324 N/A
Cassandra B Dinnius Teacher $42,324 N/A
Carla M Maly Teacher $41,128 N/A
Amber J Harrington Teacher $39,932 N/A

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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