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Hauppauge School District

Hauppauge Union Free School District delivers an education tailored to meet and exceed the demands set forth by New York State. In addition, our students also have the opportunity to participate in one of the many BOCES vocational programs that offer post-secondary preparation for the work place or college setting.

Central Office Address: 495 Hoffman Lane
Hauppauge NY, 11788
Contact Number: 6312653630
District Superintendent: Peter C. Scordo
Spending Per Student: $16,148
General Education Spending: $36,828,262
Special Education Spending: $12,305,988
Percent Spent On Instruction: 72.9%
Average Teacher Salary: $64,877
Student Dropout Rate: 0.8%
Students Receiving Reduced/Free Lunch: 4.5%
Students With Limited English Skills: 1.8%
Graduates Receiving Regents Diplomas: 92%
Graduates Receiving Advanced Diplomas: 59%
2008/2009 Budget: $91,503,731
% Change From Previous Year: 4.94%
Voting:
951 (Yes)
956 (No)
Budget Status: Failed

Hauppauge School District

School NameCityGrade LevelStudents
Bretton Woods Elementary SchoolHauppaugeKG - 05739
Forest Brook Elementary SchoolSmithtownKG - 05505
Hauppauge High SchoolHauppauge09 - 121,231
Hauppauge Middle SchoolHauppauge06 - 08939
Pines Elementary SchoolSmithtownKG - 05746
Total Students: 4,160
District teacher data and statistics
Average class size 13.0
Average teacher salary $64,877
Annual teacher turnover rate 10.7%
Teachers with permanent certification 73%
Teachers with provisional status 26.1%
Minority teachers 0.9%
Median years experience teaching 8
Teachers with master's degree plus 30 hours or doctorate 46%
Position Total Salary* Position Total Salary*
Number of district employees making > $100,000 a year: 28
Superintendent of Schools $232,255 Asst. Supt. - Personnel $168,925
Asst. Supt. - Operations $166,041 Asst. Supt. - Curriculum $154,954
Elementary Principal $131,537 Elementary Principal $131,537
Middle School Principal $128,342 High School Principal $125,444
High School Asst. Principal $125,276 Director - Guidance $125,276
Elementary Principal $124,682 Chairperson Sec. Lang. $123,036
Director - Art & Music $120,860 Chair Tech, Bus, Fam Cons Sci $117,646
High School Asst. Principal $116,648 Elementary Asst. Principal $114,898
Middle School Asst. Principal $112,553 Chairperson Math $111,515
English Chairperson $111,515 Elementary Asst. Principal $110,876
Director - PPS $110,554 Chairperson Soc. Stud. $109,542
Director - Athletics $108,572 High School Asst. Principal $108,486
Middle School Asst. Principal $108,486 Chairperson Science $107,606
Director - Technology $105,748 Asst. Director - PPS $105,748
 
* - includes salary + bonuses

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