Michael A Marchewski

Summary

Michael A Marchewski earned $64,619 in 2017 as a Special Education Teacher for Chicago Public Schools Benito Juarez High School. Marchewski had worked in this position since August 31, 2011.

Marchewski earned more than 53.53% of employees in Chicago Public Schools Benito Juarez High School.

Other Special Education Teachers at Chicago Public Schools Benito Juarez High School

Name Position Salary Start Date
Mark Jenig Special Education Teacher $96,525 10-03-1994
Paul Kenneth Johnson Special Education Teacher $94,602 08-28-2002
Andrew Pascarella Special Education Teacher $94,383 08-20-1998
June Annette Davis Special Education Teacher $93,488 01-28-1992
Karen C Swenson Special Education Teacher $92,170 08-28-2002
Moira Ann Mcnellis Special Education Teacher $92,045 08-27-2003
Jonathan H Levy Special Education Teacher $90,888 01-05-2009
Brenda Diaz Special Education Teacher $89,205 08-28-2002
Brian James Dziemiela Special Education Teacher $88,019 09-18-1991
Johanna M Stepuszek Special Education Teacher $87,287 06-28-2006
Joseph Rhoads Passi Special Education Teacher $83,509 04-30-2007
Joseph Weibel Special Education Teacher $62,664 08-31-2015
Jose L Garcia Special Education Teacher $60,761 08-25-2014
Barbara J Dixon Special Education Teacher $59,530 08-20-2013
Michael J. Nolen Special Education Teacher $59,070 10-16-2015
Kenneth Neadly Special Education Teacher $56,229 12-03-2014
Jason E Perez Special Education Teacher $55,831 08-31-2015
Edward Rosinski Special Education Teacher $40,698 08-25-2014
Nicholas Cunningham Special Education Teacher $39,659 08-27-2012
Kali Fehrenbacher Special Education Teacher $21,030 08-25-2017
Jonah M Bondurant Special Education Teacher $20,708 08-29-2007

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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