Yesenia Flores


Yesenia Flores earned $98,700 in 2017 as a Bilingual Teacher for Chicago Public Schools John F Eberhart School. Flores had worked in this position since November 20, 2000.

Flores earned more than 94.74% of employees in Chicago Public Schools John F Eberhart School.

Other Bilingual Teachers at Chicago Public Schools John F Eberhart School

Name Position Salary Start Date
Maria D Thomas Bilingual Teacher $96,869 01-12-1999
Rosalinda Guzman Bilingual Teacher $96,430 09-29-1997
Monica Azucena Munoz Bilingual Teacher $96,353 01-03-2000
Maria C Contreras Bilingual Teacher $93,569 08-30-2006
Carol Flores Bilingual Teacher $90,178 01-03-2000
Raymundo Salgado Bilingual Teacher $89,594 08-17-2000
Jose Angel Contreras-Espinoza Bilingual Teacher $89,499 08-29-2001
Socorro Casas-Flores Bilingual Teacher $88,888 03-09-1992
Elvia Molina Bilingual Teacher $88,339 08-28-2002
Rocio Espinoza Bilingual Teacher $85,549 02-24-2003
Esmeralda Cordova Bilingual Teacher $84,779 08-29-2001
Nancy Maldonado Bilingual Teacher $80,859 08-25-1997
Veronica Servin Bilingual Teacher $72,545 09-09-2002
Leticia Nino Bilingual Teacher $59,238 03-11-2007
Sylvia Marrero Bilingual Teacher $59,111 08-19-1999
David Salgado Bilingual Teacher $57,223 08-27-2013

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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