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Sewanhaka Central School District

The Sewanhaka Central High School District was founded in 1926 as a “Central High School” to serve the then sparsely populated communities that made up part of Nassau County. By the late 1950’s, the post war baby boom had changed the single high school into a Central High School District with five buildings, serving students in grades 7 through 12. Located in the western portion of Nassau County, bordering the New York City borough of Queens, the District is the residence of roughly 135,000 people in four local communities: Floral Park/Bellerose, New Hyde Park/Garden City Park, Franklin Square and Elmont. Each community supports a component elementary district and sends two trustees to the Sewanhaka Board of Education. The five district high schools are home to over 8,600 students and 700 professional staff. Though the income range is wide, the people are primarily homeowners and taxpayers and share a fierce pride in the quality of their individual schools.

The District has been famous for decades, not only for its academic excellence, but also for its innovative offerings in the fields of Technical and Vocational education. The District is unique in offering a comprehensive high school education program to all school aged children as well as the only Evening High School program certified by the Board of Regents in Nassau County. The instructional program is rigorous and supplemented by enrichment courses and programs to meet the unique needs of every youngster in the school system. Additionally, numerous athletic and extracurricular programs continue to receive regional and national acclaim. All five schools in the Sewanhaka Central High School District have been awarded the National Blue Ribbon of Excellence and the School District has been designated a National District of Excellence.

Central Office Address: 77 Landau Ave
Floral Park NY, 11001
Contact Number: 5164889800
District Superintendent: John R. Williams
Spending Per Student: $12,881
General Education Spending: $63,683,246
Special Education Spending: $23,352,186
Percent Spent On Instruction: 79.3%
Average Teacher Salary: $68,216
Student Dropout Rate: 0.4%
Students Receiving Reduced/Free Lunch: 0%
Students With Limited English Skills: 3.6%
Graduates Receiving Regents Diplomas: 91%
Graduates Receiving Advanced Diplomas: 44%
2008/2009 Budget: $147,944,346
% Change From Previous Year: 4.84%
Voting:
3422 (Yes)
2447 (No)
Budget Status: Passed

Sewanhaka Central School District

School NameCityGrade LevelStudents
Elmont Memorial High SchoolElmont07 - 122,039
Floral Park Memorial High SchoolFloral Park07 - 121,510
H. Frank Carey High SchoolFranklin Square07 - 121,831
New Hyde Park Memorial High SchoolNew Hyde Park07 - 121,655
Sewanhaka High SchoolFloral Park07 - 121,595
Total Students: 8,630
District teacher data and statistics
Average class size 16.6
Average teacher salary $68,216
Annual teacher turnover rate 10.1%
Teachers with permanent certification 66.4%
Teachers with provisional status 32.6%
Minority teachers 7.8%
Median years experience teaching 9
Teachers with master's degree plus 30 hours or doctorate 33.4%
Position Total Salary* Position Total Salary*
Number of district employees making > $100,000 a year: 18
Superintendent of Schools $260,564 Asst. Supt.-Business $176,527
Asst. Supt.-Personnel $176,527 Asst. Supt.-Curriculum $174,130
Building Principals (4 ) $138,530 Building Principals (1) $128,650
Director $121,500 Director $120,500
Director $120,500 Director $120,000
Asst. Principals (11) $118,350 Coordinator (1) $116,404
Chairpersons (4) $111,554 Asst. Principals (1) $111,500
Coordinator (1) $111,440 Director $111,000
Coordinator (1) $109,862 Chairpersons (3) $106,590
 
* - includes salary + bonuses

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