Mary Beth Negley

Summary

Mary Beth Negley earned $140,067 in 2017 as a Teacher for Buffalo Grove High School.

Negley earned more than 94.48% of employees in Buffalo Grove High School.

Employment history for Mary Beth Negley

Positions held

Position Base Salary Extra Pay Start Date Data year
Teacher $140,067 Not reported Not reported 2017

Data year: 2017 Source coming soon

Other employees with the title Teacher at Buffalo Grove High School in 2017

Name Position Total Pay Start Date
Cyndi Torricellibachmann Teacher $155,410 Not reported
Kathryn Hutchinson Teacher $149,089 Not reported
Timothy F Roe Teacher $142,970 Not reported
Nancy Moore Teacher $142,970 Not reported
Katharine A Klaczek Teacher $131,499 Not reported
Heidi C Haen Teacher $128,147 Not reported
Karen Lynn Roberts Teacher $128,147 Not reported
Chester Alan Pierce Teacher $128,147 Not reported
Corinne White Teacher $128,147 Not reported
Sean Murrin Teacher $128,147 Not reported
Diane Baldwin Teacher $128,147 Not reported
Christopher A North Teacher $128,147 Not reported
Ronna Lynn Pflanz Teacher $128,147 Not reported
Brian Vander Ark Teacher $128,147 Not reported
Michelle Price Teacher $128,147 Not reported
Sindi J Smith Teacher $128,146 Not reported
Mark Cushing Teacher $128,146 Not reported
Terrick Schoffstall Teacher $124,362 Not reported
Thomas M Sullivan Teacher $124,361 Not reported
Peter Duffer Teacher $124,361 Not reported
Debora S Utley Teacher $124,361 Not reported
Jordie Lee Field Teacher $124,091 Not reported
Richard E Schram Teacher $122,739 Not reported
Corinne L Ginder Teacher $122,739 Not reported
Andrew C Park Teacher $122,739 Not reported

Data year: 2017 Source coming soon

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