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Binghamton Schools

A rich learning environment is what you can come to expect when you plan to enroll your child in the Binghamton City School District. All the schools in this district from elementary through high school actively stay on top of all the newest learning programs to ensure that student receives the most inventive methods of education available. Keeping in mind not every student is the same, the Binghamton City School District adheres to searching for the best way to provide individual teaching methods that will best suite each and every student’s ability to comprehend and learn.

This district includes seven wonderful elementary schools, two middle schools, plus an outstanding high school. The surrounding community is made up of both friendly and supportive parents that desire a quality education for their children and remain very active with the PTA to ensure learning excellence. With teachers and staff adhering to the philosophy “that all children can learn” coupled together with supportive parents the Binghamton City School District provides a tremendous learning opportunity for education.

Binghamton School District Information

Binghamton School District

164 Hawley Street

Binghamton, NY 13901

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Broome County, New York

607-762-8100

Serving grades PK-12

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Students: 6368

Student / Teacher Ratio: 11.8

Schools in this District: 10

Binghamton School District

Student Enrollment Information

Pre-K Kindergarten
(Full Day)
1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th 11th 12th Ungraded
Elementary
Ungraded
Secondary
133 567 522 512 437 468 457 471 492 460 473 475 409 406 73 13
Total Students:
6368
Attendance Rate:
93%
Suspensions:
742
Year Statistics Compiled:
2005
District teacher data and statistics
Superintendent:Peggy Wozniak
 Full TimePart Time
Principals100
Assistant Principals80
Teachers5474
Other Professional Staff541
*Staff data was compiled in 2006
District Administrative Salaries
Title
Salary
Benefits
Other
Total Compensation
Superintendent Of Schools
$131,969
$26,262
$0
$158,231
Asst. Super. For Admin.
$99,241
$21,915
$0
$121,156
Asst. Super. For Instruction
$94,000
$21,219
$0
$115,219
Note: Data from the 2004-05 school year. It is a requirement that districts report the salaries of the superintendent; the deputy, assistant or associate superintendents; and other administrators or supervisors paid in excess of $113,000.

Adequate Yearly Progress Decisions

Sub-Group Names
Satisfactory
School Year
Subject:Elementary / Middle School English Language Arts
All Students
Yes
2006
Black Or African American
Yes
2006
Hispanic Or Latino
Yes
2006
Asian Or Pacific Islander
Yes
2006
White
Yes
2006
Students With Disabilities
No
2006
Limited English Proficient
Yes
2006
Economically Disadvantaged
Yes
2006
Subject:Elementary / Middle School Math
All Students
Yes
2006
Black Or African American
Yes
2006
Hispanic Or Latino
Yes
2006
Asian Or Pacific Islander
Yes
2006
White
Yes
2006
Students With Disabilities
No
2006
Limited English Proficient
Yes
2006
Economically Disadvantaged
Yes
2006
Subject:Elementary / Middle School Science
All Students
Yes
2006
Subject:High School English Language Arts
All Students
Yes
2006
Black Or African American
Yes
2006
White
Yes
2006
Students With Disabilities
No
2006
Economically Disadvantaged
Yes
2006
Subject:High School Graduation Rate
All Students
Yes
2006
Black Or African American
Yes
2006
White
Yes
2006
Students With Disabilities
Yes
2006
Economically Disadvantaged
Yes
2006
Subject:High School Math
All Students
Yes
2006
Black Or African American
Yes
2006
White
Yes
2006
Students With Disabilities
No
2006
Economically Disadvantaged
Yes
2006

Regents Results

Subject
Year
# Tested
Percent Passing
 
Earth Science
2006
273
49.8%
English
2006
483
71.6%
French
2006
75
86.7%
Global Hist & Geography
2006
523
59.7%
Living Environment
2006
562
53.0%
Math A
2006
413
78.7%
Math B
2006
98
82.7%
Chemistry
2006
184
54.3%
Physics
2006
86
74.4%
Spanish
2006
108
99.1%
US History and Govt
2006
349
80.8%

Graduation Info

Group
High School Graduate
Regents Diplomas
Advanced Regents Diplomas
IEP / Local Certificates
Year
All Students
291
237 (81%)
81 (27%)
31
2006
All Students
289
233 (80%)
70 (24%)
26
2005
All Students
284
167 (58%)
0 (0%)
27
2004
General Education
270
231 (85%)
81 (3%)
0
2006
General Education
267
227 (85%)
69 (25%)
0
2005
General Education
268
165 (61%)
0 (0%)
0
2004
Students With Disabilities
21
6 (28%)
0 (0%)
31
2006
Students With Disabilities
22
6 (27%)
1 (04%)
26
2005
Students With Disabilities
16
2 (12%)
0 (0%)
27
2004

Student Post-Graduation Plans

Number of high school students planning to attend 4 year colleges In New York State
107 (36%)
Number of high school students planning to attend 4 year colleges Outside of New York State
34 (11%)
Number of high school students planning to attend 2 year colleges In New York State
124 (42%)
Number of high school students planning to attend 2 year colleges Outside of New York State
6 (02%)
Number of high school students planning to attend Post Secondary institutions In New York State
0 (0%)
Number of high school students planning to attend Post Secondary institutions Outside of New York State
0 (0%)
Number of high school graduates who plan to enroll in the Military
5 (01%)
Number of high school graduates who plan to pursue employment
7 (01%)
Number of high school graduates with disabilities who plan to attend vocational rehabilitation programs.
0 (0%)
Number of high school graduates with a known plan not specified above.
4 (01%)
Number of high school graduates whose plans do not fit the above categories or are unknown.
3 (01%)
2005/06 District Expenditure & Revenue Information
  • Unreserved Fund Balance:
    1,470,466
  • State AID Revenue:
    40,185,399
  • Star Revenue:
    6,451,229
  • Total State Revenue (State Aid + Star):
    46,636,628
  • Local Revenue:
    29,354,985
  • Federal Revenue:
    8,032,685
  • Total Revenue (state + local + federal revenues):
    84,024,298
  • Central Administration:
    1,729,136
  • Board of Education:
    159,732
  • Teacher Salaries:
    27,722,865
  • Pupil Personnel Services Instructional Salaries:
    1,159,771
  • Curriculum Development and Support Instructional Salaries:
    1,734,742
  • Boces Instructional Expenditures:
    6,122,033
  • Tuition Paid to other districts (excluding special act districts):
    962,928
  • Tuition Not Included in Tuition Above:
    0
  • Other Instructional Salaries:
    6,831,459
  • Other Instructional Expenses:
    4,600,619
  • Community Service:
    0
  • Operations and Maintenance:
    5,955,661
  • Teacher Retirement:
    2,306,405
  • Health:
    9,552,992
  • Other Employee Benefits:
    5,561,078
  • Other Undistributed:
    1,202,394
  • Other:
    156,905
  • SubTotal (total exp minus debt service expenditures (principal & interest) and transportation):
    75,758,720
  • Transportation:
    2,350,170
  • Debt Service-Principle:
    3,267,829
  • Debt Service-Interest:
    1,729,584
  • Total Expenditure:
    83,106,303
  • Duplicated Combined Adjusted Average Daily Membership:
    6,311
  • Revenue Per Pupil:
    13,314
  • Expenditure Per Pupil:
    13,168
  • Actual Value Per Total Wealth Unit (Property Wealth Per Pupil):
    147,499
  • Income Per Total Wealth Pupil Unit:
    71,711
  • Combined Wealth Ratio:
    0.514
  • IE 1 (Instructional Expenditures Excluding Fringe Benefits) as Percent of Total Expenditures:
    59.12%
  • Percent that fringe (employee) benefits for the instructional program are of total expenditures:
    19.24%
  • Instructional Expenditures (Including Fringe Benefits) as a percent of total expenditures:
    78.36%
  • Instructional Expense as a percent of Adjusted Total Expense:
    85.78%
  • Local Revenue Effort Rate (Local Revenues Divided by Property Value):
    23.18

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Binghamton School District, Broome County, New York