Sally J Stricker

Summary

Sally J Stricker earned $74,664 in 2017 as a Special Education Teacher for CUSD 300 Harry D Jacobs High School.

Stricker earned more than 84.62% of employees in CUSD 300 Harry D Jacobs High School.

Other Special Education Teachers at CUSD 300 Harry D Jacobs High School

Name Position Salary Start Date
Margaret R Dill-Lentz Special Education Teacher $90,946 N/A
Kelly L Zoellner Special Education Teacher $76,070 N/A
Lynn M Seager Special Education Teacher $73,227 N/A
Dawn L Kamphausen Special Education Teacher $73,031 N/A
Karen D Garrard Special Education Teacher $72,559 N/A
Reed S Nosbisch Special Education Teacher $72,559 N/A
Michelle L Burgwaldt Special Education Teacher $72,559 N/A
Robert J Murray Special Education Teacher $67,572 N/A
Karen S Koath Special Education Teacher $63,748 N/A
Sarah E Benson Special Education Teacher $62,425 N/A
Julie D Krepel Special Education Teacher $61,201 N/A
Kelly A Ray Special Education Teacher $59,979 N/A
Morgan C Loete Special Education Teacher $53,909 N/A
Brian S Zimmerman Special Education Teacher $51,269 N/A
Carrie A Wilquet Special Education Teacher $48,209 N/A
Eric F Billittier Special Education Teacher $47,871 N/A
Kristen A Lang Special Education Teacher $44,946 N/A
Mary Bruscato Special Education Teacher $44,292 N/A
Danielle K Heichel Special Education Teacher $44,292 N/A
Cassady A Coates Special Education Teacher $21,067 N/A

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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