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Long Island Schools » Nassau County Schools » Great Neck School District Schools

Elizabeth Mellick Baker School

District: Great Neck School District
Address: 69 Baker Hill Rd
Great Neck, Ny 11023
Phone: (516) 773-1470
Grades: (grades KG - 05)
Students: 488
Type: Regular elementary and secondary schools
Locale: Urban Fringe of Large City
Elizabeth Mellick Baker School

Elizabeth Mellick Baker School is a K-5 school that emphasizes academic progress as well as social growth. Our commitment is to helping youngsters achieve their academic capabilities, and to supporting the development of social skills that will help children navigate through their formative years, as well as their adolescent and adult lives. Toward this end, we teach all curricula areas in an organized and substantive fashion, adhering to standards set by the state, and implementing the Great Neck Curriculum Guides in English Language Arts, Writing, Math, and Social Studies.
Nearby public libraries...
Library In City Distance
From School
  Great Neck Library     Great Neck     1.01 miles  
  Manhasset Public Library     Manhasset     1.76 miles  
  Port Washington Public Library     Port Washington     2.68 miles  
  Bryant Library     Roslyn     4.14 miles  
  Hillside Public Library Of New Hyde Park     New Hyde Park     4.32 miles  
-- Student Info --
White, non-Hispanic: 74%
Asian/Pacific Islander: 14%
Hispanic: 11%
Black, non-Hispanic: <1%
Attendance rate: 97%
Students eligible for free or reduced-price lunch program: 14%
IEP students: 9%
Migrant students: 0%
Limited English proficient: 9%
Student Suspensions / Year: 3
  
-- Staff Info --
School Head Principal: Joanna Miller
Full Time Principals: 1
Full Time Assistant Principals: 1
Full Time Teachers: 45
Other Full Time Professional Campus Staff: 2
Part Time Teachers: 6
Average years teaching total: 17
Average years teaching in district: 14
First-year teachers: 2%
Bachelor's degree: 8%
Master's degree: 92%
Doctorate degree: 0%
Students per teacher: 10
Student Academic Scores and Performance

Performance measurement: % meeting or exceeding standards
 
Grade 3
Subject Year Performance
English Language Arts 2007
 
82%
English Language Arts 2006
 
80%
 
Math 2007
 
95%
Math 2006
 
97%
 
Grade 4
Subject Year Performance
English Language Arts 2007
 
84%
English Language Arts 2006
 
81%
 
Math 2007
 
97%
Math 2006
 
90%
 
Grade 5
Subject Year Performance
English Language Arts 2007
 
86%
English Language Arts 2006
 
93%
 
Math 2007
 
95%
Math 2006
 
98%
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