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North Babylon School District

In an area originally named South Deer Park, the mission of the North Babylon School District is teaching children the basics of how learning helps to build their character, fostering their creativity, in order to become productive and thoughtful citizens of a nation facing new challenges everyday.

The broad knowledge possessed by students at the end of their courses is the result of the effective performance after well developed skills, taught by means of a love for learning and respect for democratic principles and institutions. The district's vision is developing in students, analytic minds with positive outlook and strong character to work and get along with others.

Since the construction of the first school in 1810 to the current schools housing over 5146 students annually, the North Babylon School District, offers from a range of academic programs to amusement through a social center serving to the community, including Murray, the popular mascot of this district.

Central Office Address: 5 Jardine Place
North Babylon NY, 11703
Contact Number: 6313213226
District Superintendent: Randy Bos
Spending Per Student: $15,211
General Education Spending: $39,898,246
Special Education Spending: $19,442,765
Percent Spent On Instruction: 75.9%
Average Teacher Salary: $62,505
Student Dropout Rate: 1%
Students Receiving Reduced/Free Lunch: 24%
Students With Limited English Skills: 2.4%
Graduates Receiving Regents Diplomas: 79%
Graduates Receiving Advanced Diplomas: 38%
2008/2009 Budget: $105,737,467
% Change From Previous Year: 3.45%
1465 (Yes)
91 (No)
Budget Status: Passed

North Babylon School District

School NameCityGrade LevelStudents
Belmont Elementary SchoolNorth BabylonKG - 05476
Marion G. Vedder Elementary SchoolNorth BabylonKG - 05455
North Babylon High SchoolNorth Babylon09 - 121,512
Parliament Place Elementary SchoolNorth BabylonKG - 05469
Robert Moses Middle SchoolNorth Babylon06 - 081,289
William E. Deluca Jr. Elementary SchoolNorth BabylonKG - 05494
Woods Road Elementary SchoolNorth BabylonKG - 05466
Total Students: 5,161
District teacher data and statistics
Average class size 13.7
Average teacher salary $62,505
Annual teacher turnover rate 8.3%
Teachers with permanent certification 69.6%
Teachers with provisional status 27.1%
Minority teachers 6.2%
Median years experience teaching 8
Teachers with master's degree plus 30 hours or doctorate 42.5%
Position Total Salary* Position Total Salary*
Number of district employees making > $100,000 a year: 15
Superintendent of Schools $175,251 Assistant Superintendent $151,234
Assistant Superintendent $149,196 Principal $123,273
Principal $118,206 Principal $114,583
Vice Principal $112,627 Principal $111,989
District Director $110,000 Vice Principal $108,961
Director $107,679 Principal $107,214
Principal $107,214 Director $106,778
Principal $102,188  
* - includes salary + bonuses

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