Tracie A Dycus

Summary

Tracie A Dycus earned $70,277 in 2017 as a Teacher for Plainfield SD 202 Central Elem School.

Dycus earned more than 72.41% of employees in Plainfield SD 202 Central Elem School.

Other Teachers at Plainfield SD 202 Central Elem School

Name Position Salary Start Date
Lisa S Shackley Teacher $101,335 N/A
Janet M Tindell Teacher $93,449 N/A
Lynn F Smith Teacher $91,075 N/A
Sheri L Williams Teacher $88,852 N/A
Kirstin M Phillips Teacher $83,590 N/A
Kelley A Pennington Teacher $83,590 N/A
Julie A Palandech Teacher $78,486 N/A
Ann E Peterson Teacher $72,175 N/A
James Richard Woltman Teacher $72,035 N/A
Laura C Meagher Teacher $70,277 N/A
Sherry L Jepsen Teacher $70,141 N/A
Richard K Phillips Teacher $68,297 N/A
Janice L Carpentier Teacher $68,165 N/A
Maureen Kublin-Heffernan Teacher $68,165 N/A
Angela L Mansfield Teacher $68,033 N/A
Jaime L Dykstra Teacher $66,244 N/A
Melissa S Leprich Teacher $64,376 N/A
Jennifer A Manfredi Teacher $60,917 N/A
Melissa M Green Teacher $59,086 N/A
Carrie L Rogalski Teacher $58,185 N/A
Amanda L Kennedy Teacher $57,532 N/A
Krista Lynn Porter Teacher $57,532 N/A
Tamara J Broussard Teacher $57,310 N/A
Jennifer Burke Teacher $54,334 N/A
Kathryn S Gallinatti Teacher $52,700 N/A
Melissa J Guerrini Teacher $51,415 N/A
Nicole K Trachsel Teacher $49,944 N/A
Amy M Bonomo Teacher $48,089 N/A
Jason T Boersma Teacher $48,025 N/A
Erin E Davis Teacher $46,219 N/A
Ashley Digiannantonio Teacher $45,504 N/A
Randi Buteyn Teacher $44,545 N/A
Matthew D Wood Teacher $42,504 N/A

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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