Michael Viken

Summary

Michael Viken earned $32,432 in 2017 as a Teacher for Highland Park High School.

Viken earned more than 1.60% of employees in Highland Park High School.

Employment history for Michael Viken

Positions held

Position Base Salary Extra Pay Start Date Data year
Teacher $32,432 Not reported Not reported 2017

Data year: 2017 Source coming soon

Other employees with the title Teacher at Highland Park High School in 2017

Name Position Total Pay Start Date
Sheri Owens Teacher $171,108 Not reported
Jonathan Weiland Teacher $163,353 Not reported
Cathleen Case Teacher $163,353 Not reported
Susan Stephenitch Teacher $162,133 Not reported
Kerry Lucke Teacher $159,443 Not reported
William Johnson Teacher $151,017 Not reported
John Connolly Teacher $145,491 Not reported
Joseph Bucolo Teacher $139,012 Not reported
Julie Felichio Teacher $139,012 Not reported
Kunal Pujara Teacher $138,012 Not reported
Timothy Sirois Teacher $138,012 Not reported
Deborah Dicker Teacher $138,012 Not reported
Michael Rosenzweig Teacher $138,012 Not reported
Jose Acosta Teacher $138,012 Not reported
Judith Elman Teacher $138,012 Not reported
Christine Hill Teacher $138,012 Not reported
Barbara Obinger Teacher $138,012 Not reported
Deborah Soderquist Teacher $138,012 Not reported
Robin Gapinski Teacher $138,012 Not reported
Daniel Dillon Teacher $138,012 Not reported
Steven Morris Teacher $138,012 Not reported
David Shirley Teacher $137,512 Not reported
Lydia Gonzalez Teacher $137,512 Not reported
Nairy Hagopian Teacher $137,012 Not reported
Christopher Riley Teacher $137,012 Not reported

Data year: 2017 Source coming soon

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