Roberto Rubio


Roberto Rubio earned $73,925 in 2017 as a Program Option Teacher for Chicago Public Schools Beasley Academic Center Magnet. Rubio had worked in this position since January 10, 2011.

Rubio earned more than 58.26% of employees in Chicago Public Schools Beasley Academic Center Magnet.

Other Program Option Teachers at Chicago Public Schools Beasley Academic Center Magnet

Name Position Salary Start Date
Randy O Giles Program Option Teacher $90,298 01-10-2005
Lynnice N Johnson Program Option Teacher $89,408 08-20-1998
Marie S Newberry Program Option Teacher $87,610 09-04-1996
Latonya Lynette Williams Program Option Teacher $86,761 08-28-2002
Christopher Eugene Dowell Program Option Teacher $84,653 05-23-1999
Tracey Angela Turner Program Option Teacher $81,105 04-28-2000
Tiffany M Armstrong Program Option Teacher $76,734 05-16-2006
Gerard A Matthews Program Option Teacher $76,139 09-13-1993
Patrick Meallet Program Option Teacher $74,228 08-04-2010
Melissa Mcintosh Cahill Program Option Teacher $69,497 09-25-2009
Tiffany H Barnes Program Option Teacher $66,708 04-25-2011
Alisa Lynette Holman Program Option Teacher $59,973 10-22-2001
Nathaniel Spicer Program Option Teacher $58,938 02-07-2012
Angela Addison-Davis Program Option Teacher $56,387 02-15-1988

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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