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East Islip School District

East Islip Union Free School District celebrates student’s uniqueness and maximizes their ability to attain excellence as we guide and prepare them to become responsible citizens of the world. This district offers a comprehensive Jump-Start Program, which runs from mid August until the start of the school year and provides elementary students with the opportunity to get a head start. This program has been replicated in other school districts. East Islip Union Free School District encourages you to involve your students at all grade levels in as many activities as possible that are provided by our school district.

Central Office Address: 1 Craig B. Gariepy Avenue
Islip Terrace NY, 11752
Contact Number: 6315811600
District Superintendent: Dennis P. Maloney
Spending Per Student: $14,126
General Education Spending: $47,331,466
Special Education Spending: $10,870,096
Percent Spent On Instruction: 78.9%
Average Teacher Salary: $73,405
Student Dropout Rate: 1%
Students Receiving Reduced/Free Lunch: 9.9%
Students With Limited English Skills: 1.5%
Graduates Receiving Regents Diplomas: 94%
Graduates Receiving Advanced Diplomas: 56%
2008/2009 Budget: $97,395,397
% Change From Previous Year: 3.69%
Voting:
2598 (Yes)
1800 (No)
Budget Status: Passed

East Islip School District

School NameCityGrade LevelStudents
Connetquot Elementary SchoolIslip TerraceKG - 06489
Early Childhood CenterIslip TerracePK - KG
East Islip High SchoolIslip Terrace09 - 121,608
East Islip Middle SchoolIslip Terrace07 - 08
John F. Kennedy Elementary SchoolEast IslipKG - 06644
Ruth C. Kinney Elementary SchoolIslip Terrace01 - 06578
Timber Point Elementary SchoolEast Islip01 - 06693
Total Students: 4,012
District teacher data and statistics
Average class size 15.7
Average teacher salary $73,405
Annual teacher turnover rate 6.7%
Teachers with permanent certification 79.4%
Teachers with provisional status 19.8%
Minority teachers 1.7%
Median years experience teaching 11
Teachers with master's degree plus 30 hours or doctorate 53.9%
Position Total Salary* Position Total Salary*
Number of district employees making > $100,000 a year: 15
Superintendent of Schools $186,891 Asst. Supt. for Instruct/Pers $152,830
Director of Special Education $146,454 Principal $125,738
Dir. of Careers/Student Serv. $125,255 Asst. Principal $124,351
Principal $123,333 Principal $115,000
Principal $113,164 Director of Foreign Language $111,726
Director of Athletics $110,001 Principal $108,461
Principal $103,000 Principal $103,000
Director of Art and Music $101,288  
 
* - includes salary + bonuses

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