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26. Kathleen T Bujak Person

Position: Teacher at CUSD 300 Parkview Elementary School
Salary: $46,932

Data year: 2017
27. Alicia N Ehrhard Person

Position: English As A Second Language Teacher at CUSD 300 Parkview Elementary School
Salary: $46,932

Data year: 2017
28. Lindsay M Wells Person

Position: Teacher at CUSD 300 Parkview Elementary School
Salary: $45,178

Data year: 2017
29. Jennifer L Sturtevant Person

Position: Teacher at CUSD 300 Parkview Elementary School
Salary: $44,292

Data year: 2017
30. Brittany L Kulbeda Person

Position: Teacher at CUSD 300 Parkview Elementary School
Salary: $44,292

Data year: 2017
31. Vicay L Lauderdale Person

Position: Teacher at CUSD 300 Parkview Elementary School
Salary: $43,424

Data year: 2017
32. Michelle L Figuerola Person

Position: Resource Teacher Elementary at CUSD 300 Parkview Elementary School
Salary: $43,424

Data year: 2017
33. Sandra J Saenz Person

Position: Bilingual Special Education Teacher at CUSD 300 Parkview Elementary School
Salary: $42,414

Data year: 2017
34. Ginny L Gilbert Person

Position: School Social Worker at CUSD 300 Parkview Elementary School
Salary: $39,970

Data year: 2017
35. Julieanne Sanchez Person

Position: Library Information Specialist at CUSD 300 Parkview Elementary School
Salary: $28,791

Data year: 2017
36. Rosa I Ortega De Martinez Person

Position: Paraprofessional at CUSD 300 Parkview Elementary School
Salary: $25,856

Data year: 2017
37. Laura N Cardenas Person

Position: Paraprofessional at CUSD 300 Parkview Elementary School
Salary: $25,693

Data year: 2017

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