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Brentwood School District

The Brentwood School District was started in 1856. The southern boundary is Spur Drive North and Bay Shore Road to the boundary of Islip and Babylon Towns. Vanderbilt Motor Parkway is the northern boundary with Islip Avenue forming the eastern line. Pilgrim State Hospital lies within the District. The Brentwood Community encompasses an area of about 21 square miles. Nearly 71,000 residents live within the boundaries of the Brentwood School District.

This year we will have around 16,000 students attending eleven elementary and seven secondary schools, making the district the largest school district on Long Island and the largest suburban school district in New York State. Additionally, there are approximately 2,309 individuals employed by the Brentwood School District in teaching and support services.

Goals: The Goals on the Brentwood Public Schools is to provide an educational environment characterized by high expectations and staffed by individuals who are compassionate, supportive, creative and effective. We will actively involve our students, parents, staff and community in striving for educational excellence. Recognizing the uniqueness of all students, we will assist each to achieve his/her potential.

Central Office Address: 52 Third Ave
Brentwood NY, 11717
Contact Number: 6314342325
District Superintendent: Les A. Black
Spending Per Student: $12,863
General Education Spending: $125,439,073
Special Education Spending: $47,393,313
Percent Spent On Instruction: 81.2%
Average Teacher Salary: $66,241
Student Dropout Rate: 14.4%
Students Receiving Reduced/Free Lunch: 86.2%
Students With Limited English Skills: 20.8%
Graduates Receiving Regents Diplomas: 32%
Graduates Receiving Advanced Diplomas: 9%
2008/2009 Budget: $294,522,168
% Change From Previous Year: 6.53%
1046 (Yes)
1040 (No)
Budget Status: Passed

Brentwood School District

School NameCityGrade LevelStudents
Brentwood East Elementary SchoolBrentwoodKG - KG
Brentwood High SchoolBrentwood10 - 123,314
Brentwood North Elementary SchoolBrentwood01 - 05864
Brentwood Northeast Elementary SchoolBrentwood01 - 05
East Middle SchoolBrentwood06 - 08570
Freshman CenterBrentwood09 - 091,289
Hemlock Park Elementary SchoolBay Shore01 - 05668
Laurel Park Elementary SchoolBrentwood01 - 05624
Loretta Park Elementary SchoolBrentwood01 - 05691
North Middle SchoolBrentwood06 - 081,184
Oak Park Elementary SchoolBay Shore01 - 05762
Pine Park Elementary SchoolBrentwoodKG - KG650
South Middle SchoolBrentwood06 - 08988
Southeast Elementary SchoolBrentwood01 - 05659
Southwest Elementary SchoolBay ShoreKG - 051,091
Twin Pines Elementary SchoolBrentwood01 - 05843
West Middle SchoolBay Shore06 - 08869
Total Students: 15,066
District teacher data and statistics
Average class size 16.2
Average teacher salary $66,241
Annual teacher turnover rate 6.8%
Teachers with permanent certification 69.1%
Teachers with provisional status 29.2%
Minority teachers 16.8%
Median years experience teaching 8
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: 66
Superintendent of Schools $219,405 Assistant Superintendent $194,632
Assistant Superintendent $189,226 Director of Sp. Services $159,925
Principal $159,578 Plant and Facilities Admin $150,055
Principal $148,997 Evening HS Adult Ed Admin $148,997
Human Resources Coordinator $148,997 Principal $148,997
Principal $148,997 Principal $148,997
Coordinator of Instruct. Med $145,178 Director of Funded Prog $144,188
Coordinator of Math & Science $143,706 Coor of Att/Census $143,706
Director of Prog & Pol $143,015 Principal $139,224
Principal $139,224 Principal $138,051
Principal $138,051 Coordinator of Music $136,666
Coordinator of Guidance $136,666 Coor. Lang. Arts & Soc. $136,666
Principal $136,299 Coordinator of Bilingual Ed. $135,704
Principal $134,237 Principal $133,952
Assistant Principal $132,779 Coor of PE,Health, Athletics $132,265
Principal $131,303 Principal $131,303
Assistant Principal $130,624 Assistant Principal $130,624
Principal $130,624 Assistant to the Dir. of Sp $129,259
Principal $127,104 Data Base Coordinator $126,536
Assistant Principal $126,325 Assistant Principal $126,290
Coordinator of Health, Psych, $126,253 Assistant Principal $123,584
Coordinator of Art $123,175 Assistant Principal $122,117
Dept. Head- Social Studies $121,907 Principal $120,650
Principal $120,650 Principal $120,650
Assistant Principal $119,279 Assistant Principal $119,183
Assistant Principal $119,183 Dept. Head-Science $117,793
Principal $116,485 Principal $116,219
Assistant to the Dir. of Sp $115,295 Dept. Head Sp Ed $113,392
Human Resources Officer $113,137 Assistant Coordinator $112,089
Principal $111,190 Principal $110,055
School Trans. Supervisor $109,135 Principal $106,162
Assistant to the Dir. of Sp $105,733 Dept. Head-Lang./Bil/ESL $104,707
Assistant Principal $102,979 School Custodial Super $102,975
* - includes salary + bonuses

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