Robert L Kos

Summary

Robert L Kos earned $71,098 in 2017 as a Special Education Teacher for Indian Prairie CUSD 204 Neuqua Valley High School.

Kos earned more than 53.28% of employees in Indian Prairie CUSD 204 Neuqua Valley High School.

Other Special Education Teachers at Indian Prairie CUSD 204 Neuqua Valley High School

Name Position Salary Start Date
Susan A Treharne Special Education Teacher $107,864 N/A
Elizabeth A Renc Special Education Teacher $95,530 N/A
Kevin E Bullock Special Education Teacher $92,747 N/A
Natalie P Smith Special Education Teacher $92,604 N/A
John E Atchley Special Education Teacher $90,838 N/A
Kristen M Victor Special Education Teacher $88,063 N/A
William B Roller Special Education Teacher $88,063 N/A
Margaret A Onken Special Education Teacher $85,706 N/A
Gretchen C Parejko Special Education Teacher $80,118 N/A
Jeffrey T Wynne Special Education Teacher $75,887 N/A
Kathryn L Johnston Special Education Teacher $63,786 N/A
Maria A Pentaris Special Education Teacher $63,786 N/A
Kelly L Asa Special Education Teacher $62,762 N/A
Kamala Babu Special Education Teacher $62,420 N/A
Jason T Niforatos Special Education Teacher $59,447 N/A
Genevieve A Roberts Special Education Teacher $59,447 N/A
Thomas R Trayser Special Education Teacher $59,123 N/A
Nicholas W Bielawski Special Education Teacher $56,412 N/A
Kristine A Micheles Special Education Teacher $53,726 N/A
Megan Palombella Special Education Teacher $50,788 N/A
Tracy Brown Special Education Teacher $48,056 N/A

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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