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Merrick School District

When the Merrick Union Free School District claims that the beginnings of a bright future starts at this Elementary School District, they are not bluffing. Challenging academic programs are designed to meet the academic, social, and emotional needs of children attending the schools on this district, enriching their future.

All the elementary programs are developed to provide students with an array of opportunities to learn, grow and become life-long learners. Each of the schools in this district, are home to libraries with a rich collections of books, reference materials, computer software, videos, magazines and maps to stimulate children, enhancing their learning experience.

Each school has also a Parent-Teacher Association (PTA). These organizations serve as vehicle to combine the effort for parents, teachers and administrators in propitiating a challenging environment for children, as well as staying in touch with local, state and national legislators about the most concerns of the district, and keeping abreast of new legislation that might potentially affect the community.

Central Office Address: 21 Babylon Road
Merrick NY, 11566
Contact Number: 5163783900
District Superintendent: Ranier W. Melucci
Spending Per Student: $13,928
General Education Spending: $16,147,506
Special Education Spending: $5,883,802
Percent Spent On Instruction: 79.9%
Average Teacher Salary: $66,170
Student Dropout Rate: 0%
Students Receiving Reduced/Free Lunch: 0%
Students With Limited English Skills: 1.4%
Graduates Receiving Regents Diplomas: 0%
Graduates Receiving Advanced Diplomas: 0%
2008/2009 Budget: $37,981,645
% Change From Previous Year: 5.19%
Voting:
946 (Yes)
730 (No)
Budget Status: Passed

Merrick School District

School NameCityGrade LevelStudents
Birch SchoolMerrickKG - 06651
Chatterton SchoolMerrickKG - 06548
Norman J. Levy Lake Elementary SchoolMerrickKG - 06741
Total Students: 1,940
District teacher data and statistics
Average class size 13.0
Average teacher salary $66,170
Annual teacher turnover rate 14.1%
Teachers with permanent certification 76.4%
Teachers with provisional status 23.6%
Minority teachers 0%
Median years experience teaching 10
Teachers with master's degree plus 30 hours or doctorate 45.2%
Position Total Salary* Position Total Salary*
Number of district employees making > $100,000 a year: 9
Superintendent of Schools $210,888 Assist to Supt for Bus & Tech $152,250
Assist Supt for PPS $151,593 Assist to Supt for Curric $145,360
Elementary Principal $119,939 Elementary Principal $119,939
Elementary Principal $116,142 Elem. Assist. Principal $104,186
Elem. Assist. Principal $102,506  
 
* - includes salary + bonuses

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