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1. Sharon Phillips Person

Position: Teacher at Danville CCSD 118 Kenneth D Bailey Academy
Salary: $74,328

Data year: 2017
2. Valerie A Kegeris Person

Position: Teacher at Danville CCSD 118 Kenneth D Bailey Academy
Salary: $72,680

Data year: 2017
3. Angela M Mitchell Person

Position: Teacher at Danville CCSD 118 Kenneth D Bailey Academy
Salary: $70,208

Data year: 2017
4. Thea M Dodd Person

Position: Teacher at Danville CCSD 118 Kenneth D Bailey Academy
Salary: $66,737

Data year: 2017
5. Mitzi M Campbell Person

Position: Assistant Principal at Danville CCSD 118 Kenneth D Bailey Academy
Salary: $66,000

Data year: 2017
6. David C Coker Person

Position: Teacher at Danville CCSD 118 Kenneth D Bailey Academy
Salary: $60,145

Data year: 2017
7. Thomas T Brown Person

Position: Teacher at Danville CCSD 118 Kenneth D Bailey Academy
Salary: $59,321

Data year: 2017
8. Jamie E Skovran Person

Position: Teacher at Danville CCSD 118 Kenneth D Bailey Academy
Salary: $56,026

Data year: 2017
9. Elizabeth B Schnepel Person

Position: Teacher at Danville CCSD 118 Kenneth D Bailey Academy
Salary: $55,202

Data year: 2017
10. Jennifer A Rambole Person

Position: Teacher at Danville CCSD 118 Kenneth D Bailey Academy
Salary: $49,435

Data year: 2017
11. Megan E Mohr Person

Position: School Social Worker at Danville CCSD 118 Kenneth D Bailey Academy
Salary: $46,963

Data year: 2017
12. Kendra S Free Person

Position: Teacher at Danville CCSD 118 Kenneth D Bailey Academy
Salary: $41,195

Data year: 2017
13. Debra J Strader Person

Position: Paraprofessional at Danville CCSD 118 Kenneth D Bailey Academy
Salary: $28,145

Data year: 2017

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