Marianna Jennings

Summary

Marianna Jennings earned $100,006 in 2017 as a Regular Teacher for Chicago Public Schools Charles Allen Prosser Car Acd. Jennings had worked in this position since August 31, 2005.

Jennings earned more than 94.96% of employees in Chicago Public Schools Charles Allen Prosser Car Acd.

Other Regular Teachers at Chicago Public Schools Charles Allen Prosser Car Acd

Name Position Salary Start Date
Allan Fluharty Regular Teacher $105,467 08-22-2005
John Patrick Mceleney Regular Teacher $101,285 04-09-1990
Max Kholodenko Regular Teacher $95,856 02-10-2002
Anna Lidia Stawowski Regular Teacher $93,910 08-28-1996
Jacquelyne Jemayne Scott Regular Teacher $93,483 08-25-1997
Erin Walach Regular Teacher $93,044 08-31-2005
Jennifer Anne Koszyk Regular Teacher $92,136 10-07-2002
Richard Allen Martin Regular Teacher $92,100 09-02-1991
Jamie Beth Merbaum Regular Teacher $91,796 08-17-2000
Jolanta Iwona Nowak Regular Teacher $91,663 09-01-1994
Luis R Navarro Regular Teacher $91,371 09-22-2003
Molly A Lahart Regular Teacher $91,006 08-31-2005
Sandra L Dejesus Regular Teacher $90,187 09-05-1996
Brian Thomas Boyle Regular Teacher $89,858 06-08-1997
Gloria M Oleksyk Regular Teacher $88,033 01-26-1998
Rupa Barbara Kanakaraj Regular Teacher $86,805 08-30-2006
Grisel Lopez Regular Teacher $85,690 08-05-2009
Daniel Gawne Regular Teacher $84,059 08-30-2006
Keith Vandermeulen Regular Teacher $81,895 08-27-2003
David E Kulasik Regular Teacher $81,591 09-02-2003
Wanda I Villodas Regular Teacher $81,372 09-02-2004
Marnie Ware Regular Teacher $80,918 08-27-2003
Dennis Munoz Regular Teacher $78,888 08-31-2005
Angela Carolyn Hayes Regular Teacher $78,724 08-29-2007
Natalie M Field Regular Teacher $78,515 08-22-2005
Monica Selagea Regular Teacher $73,965 08-27-2012
Jaclyn Mary Cassello Regular Teacher $72,977 08-27-2008
Christine C Villasin Regular Teacher $72,758 12-16-1998
Rebecca L Aguilar Regular Teacher $71,649 09-14-2010
Lindsey Richards Regular Teacher $69,659 08-31-2011
Richard T. Reed Regular Teacher $67,178 08-15-2012
Heidi E Dolcimascolo Regular Teacher $65,974 03-22-2010
Maria D. Carrera Badia Regular Teacher $63,716 08-31-2015
Jerry Koutavas Regular Teacher $63,454 08-13-2012
Katherine Eberhardt Regular Teacher $62,185 08-29-2012
Denise Prociuk Regular Teacher $60,444 08-27-2012
James P. Dilorenzo Regular Teacher $59,193 08-31-2011
Abigail K Donigan Regular Teacher $58,933 09-28-2011
Matthew N. Lemoyne Regular Teacher $56,735 08-24-2014
Steven Vargas Regular Teacher $55,966 08-29-2016
John Gus Sallas Regular Teacher $55,521 01-23-1984
Justin T. Clinton Regular Teacher $55,199 10-11-2016
Bradley Springer Regular Teacher $53,995 02-06-2014
Johanna Villanueva Regular Teacher $53,409 09-03-2014
Beata Latka Regular Teacher $52,962 03-17-2015
Derrick Tate Regular Teacher $50,526 09-12-2016
Daniel Sanchez Regular Teacher $49,186 01-10-2017
David Gerard Guyett Regular Teacher $42,853 09-08-1988
Elizabeth Neurauter Regular Teacher $34,465 03-16-2015
Steven B. King Regular Teacher $32,726 08-29-2016
Rachael C. Navurskis Regular Teacher $23,869 09-19-2012
Mariel Frauenheim Regular Teacher $22,921 02-08-2016
Keshaun N Thompson Regular Teacher $22,394 07-01-2013
Natalie J Szczur Regular Teacher $18,163 08-28-2017
Catherine T. Mobley-Newsome Regular Teacher $16,733 08-13-2012
Aisha R. Khan Regular Teacher $10,320 10-23-2017
Cha Ok Peralta Martinez Regular Teacher $1,764 04-24-2017

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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