An overview of Wyoming Valley West School District
Wyoming Valley West School District has 7 schools with 4,612 students. The school district’s minority enrollment is 40 percent. Additionally, 63.6% of students are economically challenged.
Schools within the District
Students are at Wyoming Valley West School District
The student population at the schools that are part of this School District is 64.6 percent white, 11.4% Black, 11 percent Asian or Asian/Pacific Islander 14.3 percent Hispanic/Latino 0.3 percent American Indian or Alaska Native and the remaining 0% are Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander. Additionally, 8.3% of students have two or more races. zero have stated which race they are or their ethnicity.
Furthermore the majority percent of the students in schools are women and 52 percent from students have male parents. In the schools of this School District, 63.6% of students are eligible for Federally funded free and reduced cost meals program. 3.9 percent percentage of the students in this School District are English learners.
The teachers at Wyoming Valley West School District
Within this School District, 100.0% of teachers are licensed and 95.6 percent are licensed with three or more years of professional experience. The ratio of students to teachers has been lower than national average at 14:1. The district employs 9 full-time counselors.
Ratio of students to teachers
Test Results on this School District
In the School District 53% of the elementary students scored to or over the level of proficiency in reading, while 34% were tested at or above the proficient standard for math. Additionally 55 percent of middle school students test at or above the proficiency level for reading, while 23% of them tested at or above the proficient standard for math. In addition, 67% from high school pupils were tested in the level of proficiency in reading, and 54% of them tested at or above the proficient standard for math.
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Financials of this School District
This School District has a budget of $14,145 for each student per year. The district earns an annual income of $80,223,000. In total, the district invests $9,774.8 million on education, $3,672.6 million on support services, and $612.1 million on other costs.