Thomas R Jauch


Thomas R Jauch earned $76,781 in 2017 as a Regular Teacher for Lincoln Park High School. Jauch had worked for this employer since October 01, 2007.

Jauch earned more than 68.41% of employees in Lincoln Park High School.

Employment history for Thomas R Jauch

Positions held

Position Base Salary Extra Pay Start Date Data year
Regular Teacher $76,781 Not reported 10-01-2007 2017

Data year: 2017 (Source)

Other employees with the title Regular Teacher at Lincoln Park High School in 2017

Name Position Total Pay Start Date
Brian J Murphy Regular Teacher $110,364 08-27-2003
Mary Enda Tookey Regular Teacher $99,968 12-03-1979
Dustin R Bensko Regular Teacher $96,291 03-03-2009
Anya Coleen Moore Regular Teacher $94,640 08-28-1996
Elizabeth A Drake Regular Teacher $94,279 08-29-2001
Fernando Dejesus Herranz Regular Teacher $92,550 08-29-2001
Marc Falkenberg Regular Teacher $92,288 08-28-2002
Antonio Cesar Canario Regular Teacher $92,018 02-25-2001
Juanita Y. Douglas Regular Teacher $91,830 10-12-1998
Sarah K Kong Regular Teacher $91,129 09-02-2004
Carolyn A Latshaw Regular Teacher $90,769 09-14-2007
Theresa Marie McCormick Regular Teacher $90,671 02-19-2002
Scott Wallace Payne Regular Teacher $90,522 08-29-2001
Timothy R Cooper Regular Teacher $90,133 08-28-2002
James Scott Galinski Regular Teacher $90,022 08-19-1999
Patricia Geoconda Mendoza Regular Teacher $89,754 01-15-2005
Ross Alan Frellick Regular Teacher $88,762 02-22-2000
Ben L Johnson Regular Teacher $88,758 08-31-2005
Amy E Hamilton Regular Teacher $87,859 09-02-2004
Konstantina Aralles Regular Teacher $87,636 09-22-2003
Kevin David Krakovsky Regular Teacher $87,267 08-20-1998
Barton John Hanson Regular Teacher $87,060 08-19-1999
Aimee Smith Regular Teacher $86,969 08-27-2003
Paulette R Savage Regular Teacher $85,720 08-29-2001
Lynda B Meunier Regular Teacher $84,883 03-10-2003

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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