Lisa M Burgess


Lisa M Burgess earned $74,328 in 2017 as a Teacher for Danville CCSD 118 South View Upper Elem School.

Burgess earned more than 98.31% of employees in Danville CCSD 118 South View Upper Elem School.

Other Teachers at Danville CCSD 118 South View Upper Elem School

Name Position Salary Start Date
Linda I Luke Teacher $71,680 N/A
Robert L Cundiff Teacher $70,208 N/A
Staci J Garrison Teacher $69,208 N/A
Traci L King Teacher $68,384 N/A
Joseph D Legg Teacher $68,384 N/A
Lynn G Chasanov Teacher $65,089 N/A
Rhonda S Crawley Teacher $63,441 N/A
Kathleen L Swiersz Teacher $61,180 N/A
Matthew J Skovran Teacher $60,969 N/A
Mary Lynne Mcmillan Teacher $60,969 N/A
Stacie R Sollars Teacher $58,498 N/A
Derrice L Hightower Teacher $57,674 N/A
Meridith R Gritton Teacher $57,673 N/A
Patricia J Day Teacher $56,850 N/A
Kyla M Hotsinpiller Teacher $54,378 N/A
Jessica M Kerner Teacher $51,082 N/A
Julie A Turner Teacher $49,435 N/A
Sommer M Frazier Teacher $49,435 N/A
Jennifer R Owen Teacher $49,435 N/A
Steven D Lafollette-Martin Teacher $46,963 N/A
Amanda A Cerne Teacher $45,315 N/A
Marcea S Williams Teacher $44,491 N/A
Marian L Hill Teacher $44,326 N/A
Ashley E Valangeon Teacher $42,843 N/A
Amanda N Lappin Teacher $41,195 N/A
Karin M Klett Teacher $41,195 N/A
Tanner J Delaurier Teacher $41,195 N/A
Abigail Fadelle Teacher $41,195 N/A
Jessica L Mondy Teacher $41,195 N/A
Claire Marie Cummings Teacher $40,372 N/A
Melissa Adams Teacher $39,548 N/A
Katie A Post Teacher $39,159 N/A

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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