Maria L Dominguez


Maria L Dominguez earned $74,982 in 2017 as a Bilingual Teacher for Chicago Public Schools Calmeca Acad Of Arts & Dual Lg. Dominguez had worked in this position since May 07, 2007.

Dominguez earned more than 77.27% of employees in Chicago Public Schools Calmeca Acad Of Arts & Dual Lg.

Other Bilingual Teachers at Chicago Public Schools Calmeca Acad Of Arts & Dual Lg

Name Position Salary Start Date
Sandra C Hernandez Bilingual Teacher $96,220 03-12-1990
Kurt Steven Gedig Bilingual Teacher $90,517 09-14-1993
Renee Maria Wilson Bilingual Teacher $89,416 08-17-2000
Lorena C Perez Bilingual Teacher $88,400 08-28-2002
Nancy Cordova Bilingual Teacher $85,346 08-31-2005
Elizabeth I Moya Bilingual Teacher $80,993 01-28-2002
Rosa N Corona Bilingual Teacher $77,387 08-29-2007
Marcela Campos Bilingual Teacher $76,398 08-28-2005
Nancy Balasa Bilingual Teacher $75,381 08-31-1998
Monica Lynn Rivera Bilingual Teacher $74,363 10-04-1988
Michael Vargas Bilingual Teacher $71,187 01-09-2006
Maria Guerrero Bilingual Teacher $69,041 02-08-2010
Veronica Orozco-Alvarez Bilingual Teacher $64,573 08-03-2011
Azucena Gonzalez Bilingual Teacher $64,189 10-08-2009
Elizabeth H Rosales Bilingual Teacher $59,715 08-12-2011
Silvia Castillo Bilingual Teacher $54,114 08-19-2013
Carlos A Romero Bilingual Teacher $53,939 09-07-2014
Adriana Servin-Cruz Bilingual Teacher $53,586 08-31-2015
Veronica A Lopez Bilingual Teacher $53,414 08-25-2014
Irma Munoz Bilingual Teacher $52,070 07-28-2014
Selene A. Medina-Vega Bilingual Teacher $50,558 08-29-2016

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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