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Long Island Schools » Suffolk County Schools » Comsewogue School District Schools

John F. Kennedy Middle School

District: Comsewogue School District
Address: 200 Jayne Blvd
Port Jefferson Station, Ny 11776
Phone: (631) 474-8160
Grades: (grades 06 - 08)
              
6
7
8
Students: 937
Type: Regular elementary and secondary schools
Locale: Urban Fringe of Large City
Average Rating:
 
John F. Kennedy Middle School

Welcome to John F. Kennedy Middle School in the Comsewogue School District located in Port Jefferson Station, New York. We are quite proud of our school and the level of education our 930 students receive. Our school, which encompasses grades six to eight, has more than 75 teachers and more than 50 support staff who strive every day to assist students in becoming excellent citizens, meet rigorous academic standards, and maintain an environment where students are supported and safe.
Nearby public libraries...
Library In City Distance
From School
  Comsewogue Public Library     Port Jefferson St     0.27 miles  
  Port Jefferson Free Library     Port Jefferson     2.23 miles  
  Emma S. Clark Memorial Library     Setauket     3.81 miles  
  Middle Country Public Library     Centereach     4.04 miles  
  Longwood Public Library     Middle Island     5.83 miles  


John F. Kennedy Middle School School Reviews
1 total

Date posted: February 8, 2008
Posted by: parent of a student
Rating:
Review: I think this school is excellent the teachers are caring and dedicated keep up the good work
-- Student Info --
Black, non-Hispanic: 2%
Hispanic: 12%
White, non-Hispanic: 83%
Asian/Pacific Islander: 4%
Attendance rate: 94%
Students eligible for free or reduced-price lunch program: 11%
IEP students: 15%
Migrant students: 0%
Limited English proficient: 4%
  
-- Staff Info --
Average years teaching total: 11
Average years teaching in district: 10
First-year teachers: 5%
Bachelor's degree: 13%
Master's degree: 85%
Doctorate degree: 2%
Students per teacher: 16
Student Academic Scores and Performance

Performance measurement: % meeting or exceeding standards
 
Grade 6
Subject Year Performance
English Language Arts 2007
 
62%
English Language Arts 2006
 
71%
 
Math 2007
 
68%
Math 2006
 
63%
 
Grade 7
Subject Year Performance
English Language Arts 2007
 
62%
English Language Arts 2006
 
70%
 
Math 2007
 
71%
Math 2006
 
73%
 
Grade 8
Subject Year Performance
English Language Arts 2007
 
68%
English Language Arts 2006
 
53%
English Language Arts 2005
 
55%
English Language Arts 2004
 
60%
 
Math 2007
 
78%
Math 2006
 
67%
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