Stephen Fleming

Summary

Stephen Fleming earned $149,941 in 2017 as a Special Education Teacher for CHSD 218 H L Richards High Sch(Campus).

Fleming earned more than 99.10% of employees in CHSD 218 H L Richards High Sch(Campus).

Other Special Education Teachers at CHSD 218 H L Richards High Sch(Campus)

Name Position Salary Start Date
Paul Machnick Special Education Teacher $114,779 N/A
Kelly Fleming Special Education Teacher $109,058 N/A
Cora Umecker Special Education Teacher $103,977 N/A
Ryann Walsh Special Education Teacher $103,336 N/A
Rasheedah Fitzpatrick Special Education Teacher $102,892 N/A
James Westerberg Special Education Teacher $97,614 N/A
Matthew Royce Special Education Teacher $95,148 N/A
Kelly Lucca Special Education Teacher $83,310 N/A
Shannon Scanlan Special Education Teacher $83,310 N/A
Daniel Scanlan Special Education Teacher $80,449 N/A
Kirstin Cucio Special Education Teacher $77,983 N/A
Christopher Passafiume Special Education Teacher $77,588 N/A
Danielle Krawisz Special Education Teacher $77,588 N/A
Timothy Dougherty Special Education Teacher $74,727 N/A
Kyle Rathbun Special Education Teacher $74,727 N/A
Adam Ziemba Special Education Teacher $61,163 N/A
Ryan Russell Special Education Teacher $60,472 N/A

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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