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North Merrick School District

The approach of the community at the North Merrick School District resolves to nurture, guide, challenge and self-motivate children to maximize their potential to become valuable citizens to society as individuals who respect themselves and others with a sense of flexibility and open-mindedness.

The district focuses all its efforts to develop academic programs conversant with technology, but also giving to students the opportunity of learning to function independently or cooperatively in order to access, analyze and process a variety of data to solve everyday problems.

In addition, art programs are present at North Merrick School District, named by the American Music Conference as one of the best 100 Communities for Music Education in America for 2005, and the only cited among the five Long Island school districts cited for that year for its excellent music program.

The Superintendent said that only a solid partnership between the schools and homes permits the students to flourish in a collaborative work involving them with parents, teachers, staff and administrators.

Central Office Address: 1057 Merrick Ave
Merrick NY, 11566
Contact Number: 5162923694
District Superintendent: David S. Feller
Spending Per Student: $13,124
General Education Spending: $10,195,777
Special Education Spending: $3,346,279
Percent Spent On Instruction: 78.4%
Average Teacher Salary: $68,752
Student Dropout Rate: 0%
Students Receiving Reduced/Free Lunch: 3.3%
Students With Limited English Skills: 1.5%
Graduates Receiving Regents Diplomas: 0%
Graduates Receiving Advanced Diplomas: 0%
2008/2009 Budget: $24,834,532
% Change From Previous Year: 5.19%
Voting:
526 (Yes)
423 (No)
Budget Status: Passed

North Merrick School District

School NameCityGrade LevelStudents
Camp Avenue SchoolNorth MerrickKG - 06517
Harold D. Fayette Elementary SchoolNorth MerrickKG - 06316
Old Mill Road Elementary SchoolNorth MerrickKG - 06479
Total Students: 1,312
District teacher data and statistics
Average class size 13.5
Average teacher salary $68,752
Annual teacher turnover rate 10.6%
Teachers with permanent certification 79%
Teachers with provisional status 21%
Minority teachers 3.5%
Median years experience teaching 9
Teachers with master's degree plus 30 hours or doctorate 38.1%
Position Total Salary* Position Total Salary*
Number of district employees making > $100,000 a year: 7
Superintendent of Schools $191,910 Assistant Superintendent $150,228
Principal $119,023 Principal $115,473
Principal $114,373 Director-PPS $108,159
Business Administrator $103,500  
 
* - includes salary + bonuses

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