Marsha R Schroeder


Marsha R Schroeder earned $70,074 in 2017 as a Teacher for Alton CUSD 11 North Elementary School.

Schroeder earned more than 91.89% of employees in Alton CUSD 11 North Elementary School.

Other Teachers at Alton CUSD 11 North Elementary School

Name Position Salary Start Date
Katherine C Walters Teacher $76,986 N/A
Sharolyn M Hartman Teacher $65,903 N/A
Julie L Basler Teacher $64,707 N/A
Brenda S Sowders Teacher $63,969 N/A
Michelle L Bick Teacher $63,169 N/A
Cheryl L Mccormick Teacher $63,169 N/A
Jennifer L Droste Teacher $59,581 N/A
Layne Bennett Teacher $59,068 N/A
April C Hayman Teacher $58,385 N/A
Cheryl D Feco Teacher $57,189 N/A
Kimberly L Lawrence Teacher $54,797 N/A
Tonya Steed Teacher $53,601 N/A
Nicole M Arview Teacher $53,601 N/A
Kara N Forsting Teacher $53,088 N/A
Eric W Dickerson Teacher $51,209 N/A
Michael A Moginot Teacher $51,209 N/A
Heather R Decker Teacher $50,696 N/A
Jason L Chapman Teacher $50,696 N/A
Weerawan A Wells Teacher $49,500 N/A
Sarah E Magary-Burns Teacher $45,229 N/A
Jessica L Wilmoth Teacher $44,716 N/A
Carrie L Warnecke Teacher $44,716 N/A
Heather L Hall Teacher $43,361 N/A
Amy E Green Teacher $41,128 N/A
Ashley A Sievers Teacher $40,103 N/A
Sarah B Boyd Teacher $37,540 N/A
Rachel E Kuithe Teacher $35,037 N/A

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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