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26. Amy E Kerkstra Person

Position: Regular Teacher at Chicago Public Schools Helen C Peirce Sch Of Intl Std
Salary: $85,695

Data year: 2017
27. Shannon M Lynn Person

Position: Regular Teacher at Chicago Public Schools Helen C Peirce Sch Of Intl Std
Salary: $85,382

Data year: 2017
28. Kimberly C Lebovitz Person

Position: Curriculum And Instruct Coach at Chicago Public Schools Helen C Peirce Sch Of Intl Std
Salary: $85,310

Data year: 2017
29. Christine Drase Person

Position: Regular Teacher at Chicago Public Schools Helen C Peirce Sch Of Intl Std
Salary: $85,301

Data year: 2017
30. Katharine L Hopkins Person

Position: Regular Teacher at Chicago Public Schools Helen C Peirce Sch Of Intl Std
Salary: $83,132

Data year: 2017
31. Adrienne Keiner Person

Position: Regular Teacher at Chicago Public Schools Helen C Peirce Sch Of Intl Std
Salary: $82,258

Data year: 2017
32. Erica L Melman Person

Position: Regular Teacher at Chicago Public Schools Helen C Peirce Sch Of Intl Std
Salary: $81,777

Data year: 2017
33. Kathleen Mary Moran Feeney Person

Position: Special Education Teacher at Chicago Public Schools Helen C Peirce Sch Of Intl Std
Salary: $80,680

Data year: 2017
34. Cecilia Marie Sweeney Person

Position: Regular Teacher at Chicago Public Schools Helen C Peirce Sch Of Intl Std
Salary: $80,528

Data year: 2017
35. Caitlin Maureen Bencel Person

Position: Regular Teacher at Chicago Public Schools Helen C Peirce Sch Of Intl Std
Salary: $79,630

Data year: 2017
36. Stacy D Gibson Person

Position: Regular Teacher at Chicago Public Schools Helen C Peirce Sch Of Intl Std
Salary: $78,486

Data year: 2017
37. Lynn Carro Person

Position: School Clerk I at Chicago Public Schools Helen C Peirce Sch Of Intl Std
Salary: $77,653

Data year: 2017

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