Rosalie J. Buenrostro

Summary

Rosalie J. Buenrostro earned $74,878 in 2017 as a Regular Teacher for Chicago Public Schools Douglas Taylor School. Buenrostro had worked in this position since August 27, 2008.

Buenrostro earned more than 51.92% of employees in Chicago Public Schools Douglas Taylor School.

Other Regular Teachers at Chicago Public Schools Douglas Taylor School

Name Position Salary Start Date
Elinor J Sullivan Regular Teacher $92,628 09-02-2004
Gina Louise Holloway Regular Teacher $91,860 08-25-1997
Dawne Patrice Sulski Regular Teacher $91,766 03-23-1992
Roseann Manella Cuculich Regular Teacher $90,852 06-10-1991
Rhonda Sandra Fryman Regular Teacher $90,772 12-19-1988
Susan Louise Zupan Regular Teacher $90,664 09-07-1987
Sheila Marie Dietz Regular Teacher $89,275 08-19-1999
Wendy Michele Potpora Regular Teacher $88,888 01-05-1993
Maria Briones-Newton Regular Teacher $88,389 01-13-2003
Donyea F Jones Regular Teacher $87,701 07-02-2007
Steven Richard Bradley Regular Teacher $85,931 03-21-2000
Natalie Rodriguez Regular Teacher $85,791 01-05-2004
Gerald Francis Schmitt Regular Teacher $85,300 09-07-1992
Melissa Ramirez Regular Teacher $58,329 09-06-2012
Valerie Campos Regular Teacher $57,341 02-15-1988
Gail S Molinaro Regular Teacher $46,598 09-08-2015

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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