Nicholas Peter Levenda

Summary

Nicholas Peter Levenda earned $74,937 in 2017 as a Regular Teacher for Chicago Public Schools Ariel Community Academy. Levenda had worked in this position since October 01, 2007.

Levenda earned more than 78.95% of employees in Chicago Public Schools Ariel Community Academy.

Other Regular Teachers at Chicago Public Schools Ariel Community Academy

Name Position Salary Start Date
Lars Peter Johansson Regular Teacher $97,025 08-25-1997
Annie Catherine Brown Regular Teacher $94,865 09-01-1995
Paula Louise Hatfield Regular Teacher $92,539 09-01-1995
Yanitsa Dones Regular Teacher $85,709 08-31-2005
Jacob D Sklarsky Regular Teacher $82,896 09-02-2004
Monica Delgado-Saldana Regular Teacher $82,480 10-25-2004
Yahesa L Worsham Regular Teacher $81,725 07-05-2007
Daniel Schlosser Regular Teacher $79,591 08-29-2007
Elizabeth M Bascom Regular Teacher $78,040 01-21-2007
Cherece L Moore Regular Teacher $73,970 08-29-2007
Hope A Wilson Regular Teacher $62,416 07-05-2007
Jeremy L Reed Regular Teacher $62,279 12-04-2009
Horace A Smart Regular Teacher $61,564 04-01-2003
Sarah K Coppola Regular Teacher $58,918 10-13-2010
Derek Swank Regular Teacher $57,912 10-08-2015
Chanel Spruiel Regular Teacher $56,785 08-13-2012
James M Rooks Regular Teacher $56,332 08-27-2012
David J Williams Regular Teacher $54,300 08-31-2015
Bradley Gibson Regular Teacher $52,665 03-25-2015
Brian Robinson Regular Teacher $52,410 08-29-2016
Rebekah M. Mclawhorn Regular Teacher $23,108 08-29-2016
Victor Peterson Regular Teacher $19,753 08-28-2017
Griffin R Miller Regular Teacher $18,339 08-28-2017
Jennifer L Dyson Regular Teacher $1,792 12-02-2003

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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