Meleia Fumiko Kasai

Summary

Meleia Fumiko Kasai earned $96,863 in 2017 as a Special Education Teacher for Chicago Public Schools Peter A Reinberg School. Kasai had worked in this position since August 28, 1996.

Kasai earned more than 95.56% of employees in Chicago Public Schools Peter A Reinberg School.

Other Special Education Teachers at Chicago Public Schools Peter A Reinberg School

Name Position Salary Start Date
Jennifer Marie Gibson Special Education Teacher $94,971 09-07-1987
Patricia Elaine Grabowski Special Education Teacher $92,441 09-03-1990
Anne C S Dusenbury Special Education Teacher $92,069 01-16-1987
Barbara Marcie Melnick Special Education Teacher $92,030 02-03-1986
Jody Elizabeth Schatz Special Education Teacher $90,882 01-14-1985
Marchell Lee Jaszczor Special Education Teacher $88,610 09-01-1994
Alma L Fleming Special Education Teacher $88,153 08-20-1998
Kathryn Lyn Henriksen Special Education Teacher $86,655 09-30-1985
Elizabeth A. Haave Special Education Teacher $66,717 01-03-2013
Jane A Gamerman Special Education Teacher $61,068 10-14-2005
Miki Y. Son Special Education Teacher $57,467 10-20-2014
Ashton Pfeiffer Special Education Teacher $55,396 04-04-2016
Madeline Dinu Special Education Teacher $54,127 01-11-2016
Elizabeth O'Grady Special Education Teacher $53,717 02-07-2014

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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