Positions Rank at Bruce-Grey Catholic District School Board

Total result: 17

SALARY NAME Position
$139,290.62 paid in 2016 Lydia Foch Secondary Teacher
Bruce-Grey Catholic District School Board
$117,943.11 paid in 2016 Stephen Newell Secondary Teacher
Bruce-Grey Catholic District School Board
$114,988.87 paid in 2016 Deborah Carter Secondary Teacher
Bruce-Grey Catholic District School Board
$105,209.91 paid in 2016 Mario Turcotte Secondary Teacher
Bruce-Grey Catholic District School Board
$102,592.95 paid in 2016 James Beyer Secondary Teacher And Area Chair
Bruce-Grey Catholic District School Board
$102,402.25 paid in 2016 Christy Hopcraft Secondary Teacher And Instructional Coach
Bruce-Grey Catholic District School Board
$102,253.38 paid in 2016 Darryl Striukas Secondary Teacher And Area Chair
Bruce-Grey Catholic District School Board
$102,244.25 paid in 2016 Mike Kirby Secondary Teacher And Area Chair
Bruce-Grey Catholic District School Board
$101,673.39 paid in 2016 Bob Legace Secondary Teacher And Area Chair
Bruce-Grey Catholic District School Board
$101,211.39 paid in 2016 Angela Nicholson Secondary Teacher And Area Chair
Bruce-Grey Catholic District School Board
$101,019.66 paid in 2016 Jayne Slosser Secondary Teacher And Area Chair
Bruce-Grey Catholic District School Board
$100,795.66 paid in 2016 Evelyn MacPherson Secondary Teacher And Area Chair
Bruce-Grey Catholic District School Board
$100,795.66 paid in 2016 P. David Cantlon Secondary Teacher And Area Chair
Bruce-Grey Catholic District School Board
$100,795.66 paid in 2016 Timothy Currie Secondary Teacher And Area Chair
Bruce-Grey Catholic District School Board
$100,795.66 paid in 2016 Darcy Werger Secondary Teacher And Area Chair
Bruce-Grey Catholic District School Board
$100,795.66 paid in 2016 David Johnson Secondary Teacher And Area Chair
Bruce-Grey Catholic District School Board
$100,484.98 paid in 2016 Mark Vincent Secondary Teacher And Area Chair
Bruce-Grey Catholic District School Board
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