Todd R Strother

Summary

Todd R Strother earned $74,942 in 2017 as a Regular Teacher for Chicago Public Schools Augustus H Burley School. Strother had worked in this position since September 04, 2009.

Strother earned more than 54.72% of employees in Chicago Public Schools Augustus H Burley School.

Other Regular Teachers at Chicago Public Schools Augustus H Burley School

Name Position Salary Start Date
Catherine Mary Ditto Regular Teacher $95,341 09-01-1994
Debbie Maria King Regular Teacher $95,213 10-16-1991
Michele M Timble Regular Teacher $94,003 09-01-1995
Deanna Lynn Sanders Regular Teacher $93,777 09-01-1995
Lisa H Mcmahon Regular Teacher $89,910 08-27-2003
Carolyn Anne Skibba Regular Teacher $89,032 03-27-2000
Amy K Manata Regular Teacher $88,385 08-28-1996
Todd Justin Medintz Regular Teacher $88,365 09-02-2004
Jennifer N Lynch Regular Teacher $85,330 08-27-2003
Maria Goreti Larios Regular Teacher $84,509 08-20-1998
Erin Michelle Stanfill Regular Teacher $81,081 08-30-2006
Brian J Mccormick Regular Teacher $80,287 03-28-2005
Amber K Mclaughlin Regular Teacher $80,212 08-30-2006
Eileen M Bishop Regular Teacher $78,414 04-30-2008
Melissa D Lewis Regular Teacher $77,608 09-01-2010
Erin M Baalrud Regular Teacher $68,075 09-01-2010
Matthew Lewis Regular Teacher $64,223 08-27-2012
Samantha Stefan Regular Teacher $63,801 02-25-2010
Amy Wiktor Regular Teacher $57,645 08-31-2015
Karyn M. Murphy Regular Teacher $54,858 01-21-2014
Shannon A Tremont Regular Teacher $52,448 08-29-2016
Toni J Brew Regular Teacher $52,333 02-24-2016
James Hooker Regular Teacher $37,787 01-26-2015
Cory Lu Regular Teacher $32,145 11-05-2015
Merrylinn Grusch Regular Teacher $1,739 07-27-2009

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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