Margaret Molnar

Summary

Margaret Molnar earned $114,071 in 2017 as a Teacher for Dundee Highlands Elem School.

Molnar earned more than 96.55% of employees in Dundee Highlands Elem School.

Employment history for Margaret Molnar

Positions held

Position Base Salary Extra Pay Start Date Data year
Teacher $114,071 Not reported Not reported 2017

Data year: 2017 Source coming soon

Other employees with the title Teacher at Dundee Highlands Elem School in 2017

Name Position Total Pay Start Date
Rita J Krewer Teacher $98,587 Not reported
Ellen Gross Teacher $96,844 Not reported
Janet E Kmieciak Teacher $94,945 Not reported
Patricia J Petersen Teacher $73,115 Not reported
Peggy J Hanley Teacher $71,709 Not reported
Elizabeth M Talgo Teacher $71,709 Not reported
Dawn S Pociask Teacher $67,572 Not reported
Bethany L Rotenberry Teacher $64,445 Not reported
Heather M Guetschow Teacher $58,354 Not reported
Randall J Valdivia Teacher $49,880 Not reported
Amber L Socaciu Teacher $48,827 Not reported
Jade S Ham Teacher $47,871 Not reported
Sheree C Raue Teacher $46,064 Not reported
Shalon K Leschman Teacher $45,178 Not reported
Katelynn A Ambrosini Teacher $44,679 Not reported
Sonya R Rupnick Teacher $44,292 Not reported
Felicia T Tokarz Teacher $43,424 Not reported
Sarah B Spindler Teacher $38,813 Not reported

Data year: 2017 Source coming soon

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