Steven T Katz

Summary

Steven T Katz earned $171,196 in 2017 as a Teacher for Niles West High School.

Katz earned more than 98.14% of employees in Niles West High School.

Employment history for Steven T Katz

Positions held

Position Base Salary Extra Pay Start Date Data year
Teacher $171,196 Not reported Not reported 2017

Data year: 2017 Source coming soon

Other employees with the title Teacher at Niles West High School in 2017

Name Position Total Pay Start Date
Richard T Kolze Teacher $170,350 Not reported
David Genis Teacher $170,130 Not reported
Kathleen A Coughlin Teacher $169,169 Not reported
David Klingenberger Teacher $168,883 Not reported
Ruth Gleicher Teacher $165,735 Not reported
Steven J Grossman Teacher $156,064 Not reported
Howard Swider Teacher $155,279 Not reported
R John Kucab Teacher $147,271 Not reported
Linda Capuzelo-Akechoud Teacher $142,528 Not reported
Garry J Gustafson Teacher $138,123 Not reported
R Joseph Meyer Teacher $137,787 Not reported
Daniel N Rusk Teacher $137,639 Not reported
Timothy J Miller Teacher $136,733 Not reported
Stephen E Ramseyer Teacher $136,541 Not reported
Michael Conroy Teacher $135,689 Not reported
Tamara Jaffe-Notier Teacher $131,694 Not reported
Mario Faso Teacher $130,913 Not reported
Christopher Schwarz Teacher $130,913 Not reported
Cynthia Protus-Edelstein Teacher $130,913 Not reported
Rebecca D Tuecke Teacher $130,913 Not reported
Lisa Dunham Teacher $130,913 Not reported
Martha Lietz Teacher $130,913 Not reported
Teri A Langston Teacher $130,913 Not reported
Elizabeth Ramseyer Teacher $130,913 Not reported
Laureen Hall Teacher $130,913 Not reported

Data year: 2017 Source coming soon

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