Margaret Hatz

Summary

Margaret Hatz earned $121,060 in 2017 as a Teacher for Elmhurst SD 205 Bryan Middle School.

Hatz earned more than 100.00% of employees in Elmhurst SD 205 Bryan Middle School.

Other Teachers at Elmhurst SD 205 Bryan Middle School

Name Position Salary Start Date
Ellen Garey Teacher $110,579 N/A
Kurt Baumeister Teacher $110,579 N/A
Michelle Kalchik Teacher $110,579 N/A
Paul Pokryfke Teacher $110,579 N/A
Jeune Alice Winchester Teacher $110,579 N/A
Barbara Curran Teacher $106,057 N/A
James Tang Teacher $106,057 N/A
Michele C Bowles Teacher $99,007 N/A
Joseph P Fowler Teacher $99,007 N/A
Laura A Felde Teacher $94,309 N/A
Mary Beth Gley Teacher $94,309 N/A
Kelly Begani Teacher $84,832 N/A
Jeremy R Thomas Teacher $83,361 N/A
Brian S Berg Teacher $80,284 N/A
Diane S Danielczyk Teacher $80,284 N/A
Ann M Dakins Teacher $75,675 N/A
Christi L Elliott Teacher $75,675 N/A
Colleen M Niemeyer Teacher $73,351 N/A
Elizabeth A Mcdonald Teacher $71,332 N/A
Lisa A Dahlquist Teacher $71,045 N/A
Megan L Jensen Teacher $70,715 N/A
Heather N Bolur Teacher $69,253 N/A
Jessica L Tatevosian Teacher $68,975 N/A
Tara M Nunes Teacher $68,826 N/A
Robert J Mangun Teacher $67,237 N/A
Michael D Johnson Teacher $67,237 N/A
Deborah Thompson Teacher $63,999 N/A
Erin M Fox Teacher $63,378 N/A
Sarah M Samp Teacher $61,532 N/A
Chelsea M Davis Teacher $61,532 N/A
Lindsey A Rowe Teacher $59,740 N/A
Michelle Solesky Teacher $53,450 N/A
Kathryn C Hirsch Teacher $51,895 N/A
Kyrstin L Scaliatine Teacher $51,895 N/A
Blair H Bucci Teacher $50,752 N/A
Kurt A Sanderson Teacher $50,752 N/A

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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