Mariella I Rotondi-Cole

Summary

Mariella I Rotondi-Cole earned $81,802 in 2017 as a Special Education Teacher for Chicago Public Schools Charles P Steinmetz Academic C. Rotondi-Cole had worked in this position since January 30, 2005.

Rotondi-Cole earned more than 53.79% of employees in Chicago Public Schools Charles P Steinmetz Academic C.

Other Special Education Teachers at Chicago Public Schools Charles P Steinmetz Academic C

Name Position Salary Start Date
Kristine M Woodward Special Education Teacher $103,634 08-27-2003
Mojgan Majdzadeh Special Education Teacher $100,028 11-29-2000
Pamela Y Oliver Special Education Teacher $99,338 04-29-2008
Gerald J Cole Special Education Teacher $95,100 09-27-1984
Vincenzo Immacolato Inga Special Education Teacher $90,785 09-02-1991
Vince L Caputi Special Education Teacher $87,468 01-22-2001
Debra Ann Kern Special Education Teacher $86,775 05-21-2002
Timothy Jude Mcnulty Special Education Teacher $86,368 10-02-1995
Jolanta Szefer Special Education Teacher $85,454 10-17-1994
Ben Goldstein Special Education Teacher $83,379 10-04-2004
Steven B Goldberg Special Education Teacher $81,387 02-04-2008
Thomas Anthony Meehan Special Education Teacher $79,840 01-09-2007
Rajeswaramma Narreddy Special Education Teacher $76,802 11-05-2006
Jonathan Hood Special Education Teacher $74,381 08-30-2006
Martha A Paltzer Special Education Teacher $73,582 09-17-2008
Jamie Crane-Madsen Special Education Teacher $46,256 09-27-1999

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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