Patricia C Lascola


Patricia C Lascola earned $108,252 in 2017 as a Teacher for Waukegan CUSD 60 Miguel Juarez Middle School.

Lascola earned more than 100.00% of employees in Waukegan CUSD 60 Miguel Juarez Middle School.

Other Teachers at Waukegan CUSD 60 Miguel Juarez Middle School

Name Position Salary Start Date
Holly Lara Teacher $89,187 N/A
Victoria A Savino Teacher $87,447 N/A
Marla A Callistein Teacher $83,670 N/A
Carol V Gimondo Teacher $80,626 N/A
Roger J Pinta Teacher $73,175 N/A
Todd A Truby Teacher $71,334 N/A
Bradley A Say Teacher $66,958 N/A
Paul L January Teacher $64,268 N/A
Sean T Gschwind Teacher $62,507 N/A
Abigail M Henderson Teacher $61,141 N/A
Margie E Quinn Teacher $60,828 N/A
Angela Jackson Teacher $57,777 N/A
Ray G Arceo Teacher $57,564 N/A
Michelle J Pinta Teacher $57,135 N/A
Debra J Davis Teacher $56,116 N/A
Nicholas P Peyrot Teacher $55,356 N/A
Christy Lynn Gibbs Teacher $54,938 N/A
Martin Fiala Teacher $51,984 N/A
Anissa L Hamilton Teacher $49,715 N/A
Diana J Elling Teacher $48,423 N/A
Latoya S Foster Teacher $47,796 N/A
Stephen Jarrell Teacher $47,618 N/A
Karina Flores Teacher $47,495 N/A
John Thomas Rollinger Teacher $46,590 N/A
Anthony F Cozzi Teacher $46,590 N/A
Jessica M Kron Teacher $44,399 N/A
Erica S Bartnicki Teacher $42,917 N/A
Katie E Shannon Teacher $42,348 N/A
Sharon E Lee Teacher $42,285 N/A
Michael Godlewski Teacher $41,315 N/A
Anthony J Bernardi Teacher $41,315 N/A
Susan Elizabeth Sroufek Teacher $40,073 N/A
Sarah E Metzger Teacher $39,068 N/A
Karen E Patnou Teacher $39,068 N/A
Oscar A Dupuy Teacher $28,362 N/A
Jason L Black Teacher $20,848 N/A

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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