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Long Island Schools » Nassau County Schools » Oceanside School District Schools

Florence A. Smith Elementary School #2

District: Oceanside School District
Address: 2745 Terrell Ave
Oceanside, Ny 11572
Phone: (516) 678-7557
Grades: (grades 01 - 06)
    
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Students: 539
Type: Regular elementary and secondary schools
Locale: Urban Fringe of Large City
Average Rating:
 
Florence A. Smith Elementary School #2

Nearby public libraries...
Library In City Distance
From School
  Oceanside Library     Oceanside     0.48 miles  
  East Rockaway Public Library     East Rockaway     0.95 miles  
  Rockville Centre Public Library     Rockville Centre     1.39 miles  
  Lynbrook Public Library     Lynbrook     1.57 miles  
  Lakeview Public Library     Rockville Centre     1.91 miles  


Florence A. Smith Elementary School #2 School Reviews
1 total

Date posted: October 10, 2007
Posted by: parent of a student
Rating:
Review: this school has more than 25 students per class. At lest my child's class has for all the years she was there. Past 6 years, it would have been better if there was only 17. I believe there is a mistake in that chart for class size. Or Mr Capone counted wrong.
-- Student Info --
White, non-Hispanic: 83%
Hispanic: 12%
Asian/Pacific Islander: 3%
Black, non-Hispanic: 1%
Unspecified: 1%
Attendance rate: 96%
Students eligible for free or reduced-price lunch program: 10%
IEP students: 6%
Migrant students: 0%
Limited English proficient: 8%
Student Suspensions / Year: 1
  
-- Staff Info --
School Head Principal: Thomas Capone
Full Time Principals: 1
Full Time Teachers: 34
Other Full Time Professional Campus Staff: 2
Average years teaching total: 12
Average years teaching in district: 11
First-year teachers: 3%
Bachelor's degree: 6%
Master's degree: 94%
Doctorate degree: 0%
Students per teacher: 17
Student Academic Scores and Performance

Performance measurement: % meeting or exceeding standards
 
Grade 3
Subject Year Performance
English Language Arts 2007
 
88%
English Language Arts 2006
 
83%
 
Math 2007
 
99%
Math 2006
 
96%
 
Grade 4
Subject Year Performance
English Language Arts 2007
 
92%
English Language Arts 2006
 
83%
 
Math 2007
 
96%
Math 2006
 
95%
 
Grade 5
Subject Year Performance
English Language Arts 2007
 
74%
English Language Arts 2006
 
81%
 
Math 2007
 
94%
Math 2006
 
86%
 
Grade 6
Subject Year Performance
English Language Arts 2007
 
85%
English Language Arts 2006
 
86%
 
Math 2007
 
91%
Math 2006
 
96%
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