Sharon Peck


Sharon Peck earned $45,941 in 2017 as a Teacher for Plainfield SD 202 Lakewood Falls Elem School.

Peck earned more than 36.73% of employees in Plainfield SD 202 Lakewood Falls Elem School.

Other Teachers at Plainfield SD 202 Lakewood Falls Elem School

Name Position Salary Start Date
Judith Angela Justis Teacher $74,268 N/A
Renee M Drye Teacher $70,277 N/A
Stacy L Sorensen Teacher $68,430 N/A
Monica J Holz Teacher $68,165 N/A
Angela L Thompson Teacher $68,165 N/A
Patricia A Lund Teacher $66,372 N/A
Diana L Budds Teacher $66,244 N/A
Diane C Franks Teacher $64,376 N/A
Becky Joanne Lane Teacher $62,562 N/A
Stefanie A Fitzgerald Teacher $57,420 N/A
Stephen A Irmick Teacher $56,436 N/A
Amy B Grabowski Teacher $56,436 N/A
Alberta S Zapatka Teacher $56,436 N/A
Leslie E Bell Teacher $55,802 N/A
Randy Douglas Teacher $54,229 N/A
Karen R Reddington Teacher $53,914 N/A
Sonya D Lenkeit Teacher $52,803 N/A
Jonathan M Karwacki Teacher $51,215 N/A
Stacey Marilyn Carpenter Teacher $48,748 N/A
Jillian A Harter Teacher $47,956 N/A
Kristen Trenhaile Teacher $46,219 N/A
Michelle R Fortmann Teacher $45,504 N/A
Dana A Porreca Teacher $43,250 N/A
Dawn M Rogers Teacher $43,250 N/A
Kristen A Giemzik Teacher $41,965 N/A
Cristine M Pastore Teacher $41,651 N/A
Lauren M Daraskevich Teacher $41,306 N/A
Selena A Chavez Landa Teacher $35,554 N/A
Nicolle Girves Teacher $22,241 N/A

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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