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26. Lynaris Colon Person

Position: Bilingual Education Teacher at Plainfield SD 202 Grand Prairie Elem School
Salary: $46,734

Data year: 2017
27. Linda M Sloan Person

Position: Bilingual Education Teacher at Plainfield SD 202 Grand Prairie Elem School
Salary: $46,734

Data year: 2017
28. Patricia A Baker Person

Position: Reading Specialist at Plainfield SD 202 Grand Prairie Elem School
Salary: $46,725

Data year: 2017
29. Kathryn I Granquist Person

Position: Teacher at Plainfield SD 202 Grand Prairie Elem School
Salary: $45,941

Data year: 2017
30. Bethany Smothers Person

Position: Teacher at Plainfield SD 202 Grand Prairie Elem School
Salary: $45,861

Data year: 2017
31. Jamie L Schiefelbein Person

Position: Reading Teacher at Plainfield SD 202 Grand Prairie Elem School
Salary: $42,924

Data year: 2017
32. Megan L Majic Person

Position: Teacher at Plainfield SD 202 Grand Prairie Elem School
Salary: $42,504

Data year: 2017
33. Samantha M Lauwers Person

Position: Teacher at Plainfield SD 202 Grand Prairie Elem School
Salary: $41,965

Data year: 2017
34. Cassie S Urlaub Person

Position: Teacher at Plainfield SD 202 Grand Prairie Elem School
Salary: $41,651

Data year: 2017
35. Michelle Oshea Person

Position: Reading Specialist at Plainfield SD 202 Grand Prairie Elem School
Salary: $36,117

Data year: 2017
36. Candace N Savage Person

Position: Teacher at Plainfield SD 202 Grand Prairie Elem School
Salary: $36,087

Data year: 2017
37. Lisa M Hurd Person

Position: Paraprofessional at Plainfield SD 202 Grand Prairie Elem School
Salary: $26,864

Data year: 2017

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