Meggan L. Christensen

Summary

Meggan L. Christensen earned $63,949 in 2017 as a Special Education Teacher for Chicago Public Schools William B Ogden School. Christensen had worked in this position since August 06, 2012.

Christensen earned more than 65.32% of employees in Chicago Public Schools William B Ogden School.

Other Special Education Teachers at Chicago Public Schools William B Ogden School

Name Position Salary Start Date
Holly Leral Caldwell Special Education Teacher $89,897 02-15-1999
Nancy F Brennan Special Education Teacher $88,580 02-10-2003
Lillian Helen Kass Special Education Teacher $87,471 08-27-2008
Matthew Douglas Mateja Special Education Teacher $83,333 02-15-1988
Amy S Hiller Special Education Teacher $74,863 02-06-2013
Joyce H Yu Special Education Teacher $71,818 09-10-2009
Michelle Merrill Special Education Teacher $71,254 11-07-2011
Stefanie F. Newmark Special Education Teacher $69,727 12-13-2011
Jelani Semmes Special Education Teacher $64,677 03-01-2011
Nicole T. Marquez Special Education Teacher $63,889 10-03-2013
Tracy A Mcmahon Special Education Teacher $62,881 08-29-2013
Jennifer L Moore Special Education Teacher $62,081 08-27-2003
Denise Le Special Education Teacher $61,725 02-05-2015
Rebecca Smason Special Education Teacher $55,984 11-05-2014
Ross Karlins Special Education Teacher $54,160 11-09-2015
Bridget C Callaghan Special Education Teacher $52,767 08-25-2014
Ashley N. Gilski Special Education Teacher $40,148 08-29-2011
Crystal L. Lampugnano Special Education Teacher $38,708 08-19-2013
Maggie M Cruz Special Education Teacher $31,542 09-29-2009
Kristine Marie Pawloski Special Education Teacher $8,039 08-20-1998

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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