Pauline Cirignani

Summary

Pauline Cirignani earned $54,147 in 2017 as a Special Education Teacher for Chicago Public Schools David G Farragut Career Acad. Cirignani had worked in this position since January 28, 2016.

Cirignani earned more than 48.18% of employees in Chicago Public Schools David G Farragut Career Acad.

Other Special Education Teachers at Chicago Public Schools David G Farragut Career Acad

Name Position Salary Start Date
Alice Irene Swiergul Special Education Teacher $94,345 12-08-1975
Linda P Trevino-Garcia Special Education Teacher $91,631 08-25-1997
Arturo Olivares Special Education Teacher $88,166 04-04-2005
Lorraine M. Angarita Special Education Teacher $76,654 08-27-2008
Janine C Williams Special Education Teacher $75,581 03-06-2006
Samantha Marie Heatley Special Education Teacher $74,719 02-19-1998
Vicky Bakouros Special Education Teacher $72,920 01-13-2002
Isabel C Diaz Special Education Teacher $71,976 08-29-2007
Joanne Rodriguez Special Education Teacher $63,946 08-19-2013
Andres Andrews Special Education Teacher $63,773 04-04-2012
Kerstin R Stephany Special Education Teacher $62,247 02-26-2013
Melinda Mahr Special Education Teacher $58,737 12-05-2016
Lorenza S Silva Special Education Teacher $52,586 01-10-1994
Veronica E Mayer Special Education Teacher $19,668 08-28-2017

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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