Stephanie Sammarco


Stephanie Sammarco earned $24,000 in 2017 as a Teacher for CUSD 300 Cambridge Lakes Charter School.

Sammarco earned more than 2.33% of employees in CUSD 300 Cambridge Lakes Charter School.

Other Teachers at CUSD 300 Cambridge Lakes Charter School

Name Position Salary Start Date
Kelli A Gregory Teacher $47,600 N/A
Cary A Hunter Teacher $47,300 N/A
Sarah R Sheppard Teacher $46,250 N/A
Julie Achtstatter Teacher $45,700 N/A
Bobbette Bruce Teacher $45,530 N/A
Jennifer Rising Teacher $45,500 N/A
Sarah M Croom Teacher $45,250 N/A
Danielle E Kamp Teacher $45,100 N/A
Therese A Mazurek Teacher $44,900 N/A
Angela M Kirkwood Teacher $44,900 N/A
Catherine Peters Teacher $43,900 N/A
Jonathan C Nielsen Teacher $43,900 N/A
William G Toomire Teacher $43,900 N/A
Dawn M Duesler Teacher $43,900 N/A
Paula Sipinski Teacher $43,030 N/A
Lindsay N Duprey Teacher $41,650 N/A
Dane C Huseman Teacher $41,650 N/A
Denalynn N Silkey Teacher $41,650 N/A
Nichole L Ward Teacher $41,650 N/A
Michelle A Kabat Teacher $41,650 N/A
Teresa M Amodeo Teacher $41,650 N/A
Katie M Degross Teacher $41,650 N/A
Stacey M Duncan Teacher $41,650 N/A
Stephanie L Moment Teacher $41,650 N/A
Carly A Gallois Teacher $41,650 N/A
Renata S Tiskus Teacher $41,650 N/A
Marybeth E Kurnat Teacher $41,650 N/A
Pamela L Schneider Teacher $41,650 N/A
Tiffany L Vierra Teacher $41,650 N/A
Robert Honeyman Teacher $40,850 N/A
Kathrynl L Rutkowski Teacher $38,900 N/A
Olivia D Pannell Teacher $38,900 N/A
Dana Fiebelkorn Teacher $38,100 N/A
Judith L Bofah Teacher $38,100 N/A
Carly Accomando Teacher $3,470 N/A

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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