Lisa M Lemoine

Summary

Lisa M Lemoine earned $70,492 in 2017 as a Special Education Teacher for Chicago Public Schools Charles Allen Prosser Car Acd. Lemoine had worked in this position since August 31, 2011.

Lemoine earned more than 56.12% of employees in Chicago Public Schools Charles Allen Prosser Car Acd.

Other Special Education Teachers at Chicago Public Schools Charles Allen Prosser Car Acd

Name Position Salary Start Date
Sandra Goldstein Special Education Teacher $125,549 09-06-1976
Dominick Demario Foster Special Education Teacher $98,401 09-18-1990
Darlene D Schnur Special Education Teacher $92,872 02-10-1992
Sean Michael Moore Special Education Teacher $86,629 09-23-2002
Laura Michelle Parsons Special Education Teacher $86,138 08-28-2002
Anne Lisa Plous Special Education Teacher $81,567 09-05-1988
Kathryn Mary Cogan Special Education Teacher $75,483 08-29-2007
James A Tamburrino Special Education Teacher $71,304 08-31-2011
Rachel L. Rasdall Special Education Teacher $66,076 09-01-2011
Perrick S. Robinson Special Education Teacher $59,822 06-18-2007
Katherine Flores Special Education Teacher $56,014 04-21-2014
Sarah M. Greco Special Education Teacher $54,100 01-05-2016
Kelley Alioto Special Education Teacher $50,200 08-30-2006
Kimberly K Smith Special Education Teacher $45,027 08-30-2006
Yesenia G Escobar Special Education Teacher $36,240 02-06-2006
Kelly A Morgan Special Education Teacher $1,012 10-23-2006

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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