Scott L Bowyer

Summary

Scott L Bowyer earned $132,663 in 2017 as a Special Education Teacher for Evanston Twp HSD 202 Evanston Twp High School.

Bowyer earned more than 90.82% of employees in Evanston Twp HSD 202 Evanston Twp High School.

Other Special Education Teachers at Evanston Twp HSD 202 Evanston Twp High School

Name Position Salary Start Date
Leslie J Wenzel Special Education Teacher $138,100 N/A
Tranquil Wilson Special Education Teacher $131,522 N/A
Natacha Chung Special Education Teacher $128,342 N/A
Jennifer Baker Special Education Teacher $126,747 N/A
Leslie L Connie Special Education Teacher $126,337 N/A
Winston Rose Special Education Teacher $120,333 N/A
Lynn D Gross Special Education Teacher $117,973 N/A
Elizabeth A Schroeder Special Education Teacher $113,965 N/A
Elizabeth C Otoole Special Education Teacher $112,225 N/A
Bryan P Millington Special Education Teacher $101,718 N/A
Crystal A Steidley Special Education Teacher $98,381 N/A
Gina F Pearson Special Education Teacher $96,002 N/A
Kara R Isaac Special Education Teacher $95,908 N/A
Katrina K Engel Special Education Teacher $90,645 N/A
Salvador C Zepeda Special Education Teacher $89,084 N/A
John C Morton Special Education Teacher $87,998 N/A
Jovanna B Feldman Special Education Teacher $86,982 N/A
Whitney E Mccleneghan Special Education Teacher $80,642 N/A
Claire A Getzoff Special Education Teacher $80,404 N/A
Kandy A Oconnor Special Education Teacher $78,521 N/A
Kandace T Tyrrell Special Education Teacher $77,681 N/A
Samuel Cairo Special Education Teacher $77,213 N/A
Torion Watson Special Education Teacher $76,993 N/A
Laura M Ippolito Special Education Teacher $72,727 N/A
Monica L Scherer Special Education Teacher $70,893 N/A
Jeffrey M Brock Special Education Teacher $66,383 N/A

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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