Tara Faye Stringer

Summary

Tara Faye Stringer earned $79,971 in 2018 as a Special Education Teacher for Dr. Jorge Prieto Math & Sci Ac. Stringer had worked for this employer since September 02, 2004.

Stringer earned more than 44.89% of employees in Dr. Jorge Prieto Math & Sci Ac.

Employment history for Tara Faye Stringer

Positions held

Position Base Salary Extra Pay Start Date Data year
Special Education Teacher $76,739 $3,232 09-02-2004 2018
Special Education Teacher $56,621 Not reported 09-02-2004 2017

Data year: 2018 Source coming soon

Comparing total pay per year

$23,349

+ 41.24%
Overall Net Change in Total Pay

$20,117

+ 35.53%
Overall Net Change in Base Salary

Not reported

Net Change in Extra Pay

Other employees with the title Special Education Teacher at Dr. Jorge Prieto Math & Sci Ac in 2018

Name Position Total Pay Start Date
Linda M Murdock Special Education Teacher $82,095 08-28-2002
Erica L Schomer Special Education Teacher $80,097 02-14-2005
Lisa A Lambro Special Education Teacher $78,999 08-25-1997
Paula Suzanne Ladin Special Education Teacher $78,780 09-01-1995
Rene E Baltudis Special Education Teacher $77,157 11-17-2005
Sandra Garcia Special Education Teacher $77,012 08-28-2002
Eduardo D Bahena Special Education Teacher $73,791 08-30-2006
Roberto Gonzalez Special Education Teacher $72,321 03-15-2004
Nancy P. Zawayta Special Education Teacher $58,306 08-27-2012
Laurie Bovino Special Education Teacher $47,923 08-31-2015

Data year: 2018 Source coming soon

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