Roberto Carrillo


Roberto Carrillo earned $72,156 in 2017 as a Teacher for Evanston CCSD 65 Dr Ml King Jr Literary & Fine Arts Sch.

Carrillo earned more than 42.42% of employees in Evanston CCSD 65 Dr Ml King Jr Literary & Fine Arts Sch.

Other Teachers at Evanston CCSD 65 Dr Ml King Jr Literary & Fine Arts Sch

Name Position Salary Start Date
Amy Dawkins Teacher $107,862 N/A
Betty Busse Teacher $107,862 N/A
Cydni Ticho-Otto Teacher $107,270 N/A
Amy Sullivan Teacher $106,016 N/A
Jamie Querciagrossa Teacher $103,848 N/A
Nancy Lutton Teacher $97,905 N/A
Amy Church Teacher $97,362 N/A
Leslie Perkins Teacher $95,673 N/A
Amie Denlow Teacher $94,415 N/A
Joan Andler Teacher $89,726 N/A
Sarah Zelonis Teacher $88,336 N/A
Heather Ransom Teacher $88,191 N/A
Carla Stone Teacher $86,870 N/A
Eileen Sheehan Teacher $85,927 N/A
Melissa Drennan Teacher $85,927 N/A
Carrie Swan Teacher $85,644 N/A
Randi Vega Teacher $79,796 N/A
Erika Garcia Teacher $77,909 N/A
Sara Ravitch Teacher $77,627 N/A
Cody New Teacher $77,627 N/A
Jessica Springer Teacher $75,834 N/A
Lashanda Davis Teacher $74,797 N/A
Megan Fritz Teacher $74,797 N/A
Kristin Mitchell Teacher $72,156 N/A
Bryan Del Dotto Teacher $72,156 N/A
Kevin Matten Teacher $69,609 N/A
Matthew Smith Teacher $68,666 N/A
Jennifer Olson Teacher $66,968 N/A
Kristin Hendricks Teacher $57,536 N/A
Christina Kalinowski Teacher $55,366 N/A
Elizabeth Nelson Teacher $54,235 N/A
Rebecca Lance Teacher $53,445 N/A
Emir Metovic Teacher $51,367 N/A
Stephanie Tenenbaum Teacher $41,031 N/A

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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