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1. Lonjaye Johnson Person

Position: Porter at Chicago Public Schools Dr. Jorge Prieto Math & Sci Ac
Salary: $22,481

Data year: 2017
2. Joseph M Williams Person

Position: Regular Teacher at Chicago Public Schools Dr. Jorge Prieto Math & Sci Ac
Salary: $20,702

Data year: 2017
3. Elizabeth Mabrey Person

Position: Regular Teacher at Chicago Public Schools Dr. Jorge Prieto Math & Sci Ac
Salary: $19,609

Data year: 2017
4. Anita V. Greer Person

Position: Lunchroom Attendant at Chicago Public Schools Dr. Jorge Prieto Math & Sci Ac
Salary: $18,217

Data year: 2017
5. Gloria Martinez Person

Position: Lunchroom Attendant at Chicago Public Schools Dr. Jorge Prieto Math & Sci Ac
Salary: $18,000

Data year: 2017
6. Lisandra Flores Person

Position: Lunchroom Attendant at Chicago Public Schools Dr. Jorge Prieto Math & Sci Ac
Salary: $16,480

Data year: 2017
7. Marina Ruiz Person

Position: Special Ed Classroom Assist Ii at Chicago Public Schools Dr. Jorge Prieto Math & Sci Ac
Salary: $12,483

Data year: 2017
8. Sarah Riley Person

Position: Porter at Chicago Public Schools Dr. Jorge Prieto Math & Sci Ac
Salary: $10,505

Data year: 2017
9. Elishwa Tamras Person

Position: Lunchroom Attendant at Chicago Public Schools Dr. Jorge Prieto Math & Sci Ac
Salary: $7,968

Data year: 2017

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