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1. John A Hanson Person

Position: Teacher at Indian Prairie CUSD 204 Neuqua Valley High School
Salary: $24,433

Data year: 2017
2. William Schaub Person

Position: Career And Technical Educator (Cte) at Indian Prairie CUSD 204 Neuqua Valley High School
Salary: $21,490

Data year: 2017
3. Paul Vandersteen Person

Position: Teacher at Indian Prairie CUSD 204 Neuqua Valley High School
Salary: $19,106

Data year: 2017
4. Karen L Lawson Person

Position: Teacher at Indian Prairie CUSD 204 Neuqua Valley High School
Salary: $17,666

Data year: 2017
5. Thomas J Mcmanamen Person

Position: Teacher at Indian Prairie CUSD 204 Neuqua Valley High School
Salary: $17,193

Data year: 2017
6. William Casey Person

Position: Teacher at Indian Prairie CUSD 204 Neuqua Valley High School
Salary: $16,825

Data year: 2017
7. Mary P Nash Person

Position: Teacher at Indian Prairie CUSD 204 Neuqua Valley High School
Salary: $14,611

Data year: 2017
8. Tonya L Koppin Person

Position: English As A Second Language Teacher at Indian Prairie CUSD 204 Neuqua Valley High School
Salary: $14,376

Data year: 2017
9. Danielle Deguzman Person

Position: Teacher at Indian Prairie CUSD 204 Neuqua Valley High School
Salary: $13,233

Data year: 2017
10. Adam Hoffer Person

Position: Teacher at Indian Prairie CUSD 204 Neuqua Valley High School
Salary: $9,379

Data year: 2017

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