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New York R-IV School District


New York R-IV School District is located in northwest Missouri. New York R-IV School District has 39.32 square miles of land area and 0.20 square miles of water area. As of 2010-2014, the total New York R-IV School District population is 274. New York R-IV School District median household income is $60,833 in 2010-2014. New York R-IV School District median house value is $135,400 in 2010-2014. On average, New York R-IV School District is better than the state average in quality.

Ranking: (112 out of 520, top 22%)*
Type:Regular Local School District
Grade:Kindergarten to Grade 8
Number of Schools:1
Population274 (2010-2014), rank #518
Population Growth10.48% since 2005-2009, see rank
Population Density:6.93/sq mi, rank #499
Median Household Income:$60,833 at 2010-2014—14.24% increase since 2005-2009, rank #41
Median House Price:$135,400 at 2010-2014—28.22% increase since 2005-2009, rank #102
Time Zone:Central GMT -6:00 with Daylight Saving in the Summer
Land Area:39.32 sq mi, rank #467
Water Area:0.20 sq mi (0.52%), rank #406
County:Caldwell County
City:Kingston, Cowgill, Hamilton
Zip:64650, 64637, 64644
Area:Kansas City, MO-KS
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New York R-IV School District Map and Nearby Locations

6061 Ne State Rte U
Hamilton MO, 64644, Caldwell County
Phone: 816-583-2563

Students and Teachers

      2013-2014         2012-2013         2011-2012         2010-2011         2009-2010         2008-2009         2007-2008    
Total Students:41554134403935
English Language Learner Students:000000NA
Total Teachers:7.246.746.646.746.896.206.00
Total Other Staff:5.605.605.765.266.464.504.40
Instructional Aides:
Instructional Coordinators & Supervisors:
Total Guidance Counselors:
Elementary Guidance Counselors:
Secondary Guidance Counselors:
Other Guidance Counselors:
Librarians/Media Specialists:
Library/Media Support:
District Administrators:
District Administrative Support:
School Administrators:0.860.860.860.860.860.900.90
School Administrative Support:
Student Support Services:0.340.340.500.
Other Support Services:
Student-Teacher Ratio:5.668.


New York ElementaryKindergarten to Grade 8   6061 Ne State Rte U, Hamilton MO 64644

Test Performance

YearTestGradeMeasurementScoreState Average
MAP Test
2006Communication Arts3rd Grade% met std50%43.3%
2007Communication Arts3rd Grade% met std75%43.6%
2008Communication Arts3rd Grade% met std100%40.9%
2009Communication Arts3rd Grade% met std33.4%41%
2010Communication Arts3rd Grade% met std20%43.9%
2011Communication Arts3rd Grade% met std25%44.5%
2012Communication Arts3rd Grade% met std40%46%
2013Communication Arts3rd Grade% met std33.3%48.5%
2006Mathematics3rd Grade% met std50%44%
2007Mathematics3rd Grade% met std25%45.6%
2008Mathematics3rd Grade% met std100%44.3%
2009Mathematics3rd Grade% met std33.3%45%
2010Mathematics3rd Grade% met std20%47.8%
2011Mathematics3rd Grade% met std25%50.2%
2012Mathematics3rd Grade% met std40%52.5%
2013Mathematics3rd Grade% met std66.7%51.4%
2006Communication Arts4th Grade% met std50%44.7%
2007Communication Arts4th Grade% met std50%46%
2008Communication Arts4th Grade% met std66.6%45.6%
2009Communication Arts4th Grade% met std100%47%
2010Communication Arts4th Grade% met std20%51.7%
2011Communication Arts4th Grade% met std25%52.7%
2012Communication Arts4th Grade% met std75%52.8%
2013Communication Arts4th Grade% met std40%53.5%
2006Mathematics4th Grade% met std66.7%44.1%
2007Mathematics4th Grade% met std0%45.2%
2008Mathematics4th Grade% met std50%44.7%
2009Mathematics4th Grade% met std100%44.9%
2010Mathematics4th Grade% met std20%49.1%
2011Mathematics4th Grade% met std25%51.2%
2012Mathematics4th Grade% met std50%51.2%
2013Mathematics4th Grade% met std60%50.7%
2006Communication Arts5th Grade% met std100%46%
2007Communication Arts5th Grade% met std25%48.6%
2008Communication Arts5th Grade% met std100%48.6%
2009Communication Arts5th Grade% met std66.7%49.4%
2010Communication Arts5th Grade% met std33.3%51.8%
2011Communication Arts5th Grade% met std25%52.1%
2012Communication Arts5th Grade% met std40%52.6%
2013Communication Arts5th Grade% met std60%53%
2006Mathematics5th Grade% met std0%44%
2007Mathematics5th Grade% met std100%47.3%
2008Mathematics5th Grade% met std66.6%46.2%
2009Mathematics5th Grade% met std66.6%47.8%
2010Mathematics5th Grade% met std33.3%52.4%
2011Mathematics5th Grade% met std25%53.4%
2012Mathematics5th Grade% met std20%55%
2013Mathematics5th Grade% met std60%54.5%
2009Science5th Grade% met std66.7%45%
2010Science5th Grade% met std33.3%49.3%
2011Science5th Grade% met std50%50.9%
2012Science5th Grade% met std80%51.6%
2013Science5th Grade% met std80%51.9%
2006Communication Arts6th Grade% met std42.9%43%
2007Communication Arts6th Grade% met std100%44.4%
2008Communication Arts6th Grade% met std100%47.6%
2009Communication Arts6th Grade% met std33.3%48.1%
2010Communication Arts6th Grade% met std60%50.2%
2011Communication Arts6th Grade% met std100%51.1%
2012Communication Arts6th Grade% met std25%50.9%
2013Communication Arts6th Grade% met std50%51.6%
2006Mathematics6th Grade% met std71.4%44.6%
2007Mathematics6th Grade% met std100%48.6%
2008Mathematics6th Grade% met std83.3%51.1%
2009Mathematics6th Grade% met std33.3%50.7%
2010Mathematics6th Grade% met std60%56%
2011Mathematics6th Grade% met std50%57.5%
2012Mathematics6th Grade% met std50%56.3%
2013Mathematics6th Grade% met std50%56.9%
2006Communication Arts7th Grade% met std75%43.9%
2007Communication Arts7th Grade% met std100%45.6%
2008Communication Arts7th Grade% met std100%49.3%
2009Communication Arts7th Grade% met std50%51.1%
2010Communication Arts7th Grade% met std66.7%52.4%
2011Communication Arts7th Grade% met std50%54.4%
2012Communication Arts7th Grade% met std100%55.8%
2013Communication Arts7th Grade% met std75%55.4%
2006Mathematics7th Grade% met std100%43.8%
2007Mathematics7th Grade% met std100%45.8%
2008Mathematics7th Grade% met std100%49.8%
2009Mathematics7th Grade% met std100%52.4%
2010Mathematics7th Grade% met std66.7%55.2%
2011Mathematics7th Grade% met std75%N/A
2012Mathematics7th Grade% met std100%N/A
2013Mathematics7th Grade% met std75%N/A
2006Communication Arts8th Grade% met std100%42.5%
2007Communication Arts8th Grade% met std75%42.5%
2008Communication Arts8th Grade% met std71.4%48.4%
2009Communication Arts8th Grade% met std100%50.2%
2010Communication Arts8th Grade% met std62.5%52.4%
2011Communication Arts8th Grade% met std100%53.1%
2012Communication Arts8th Grade% met std100%53.9%
2013Communication Arts8th Grade% met std100%54.5%
2006Mathematics8th Grade% met std100%40.7%
2007Mathematics8th Grade% met std100%41.6%
2008Mathematics8th Grade% met std85.7%44.3%
2009Mathematics8th Grade% met std100%47.1%
2010Mathematics8th Grade% met std62.5%52%
2011Mathematics8th Grade% met std0%N/A
2012Mathematics8th Grade% met std50%N/A
2013Mathematics8th Grade% met std100%N/A
2009Science8th Grade% met std100%44.9%
2010Science8th Grade% met std37.5%48.4%
2011Science8th Grade% met std0%51.4%
2012Science8th Grade% met std50%52.7%
2013Science8th Grade% met std50%41.7%

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School District Fiscal Information

Total Revenue:$625,000$15,244 $618,000$18,176 $577,000$14,425 
Total Expenditures:$610,000$14,878 $609,000$17,912 $603,000$15,075 
Total Current Expenditures:$464,000$11,317 $456,000$13,412 $439,000$10,975 
Instructional Expenditures:$269,000$6,56158.0%$262,000$7,70657.5%$270,000$6,75061.5%
Student and Staff Support:$24,000$5855.2%$29,000$8536.4%$9,000$2252.1%
Operations, Food, Other:$86,000$2,09818.5%$82,000$2,41218.0%$77,000$1,92517.5%
Total Capital Outlay:$10,000$244 $3,000$88 $10,000$250 
Construction:$0$0 $0$0 $0$0 
Total Other:$1,000$24 $0$0 $4,000$100 
Interest on Debt:$0$0 $0$0 $0$0 
Total Salary:$317,000$7,732 $316,000$9,294 $309,000$7,725 
Instruction/Teacher Salary:$215,000$5,24467.8%$214,000$6,29467.7%$221,000$5,52571.5%
Other Salary:$102,000$2,48832.2%$102,000$3,00032.3%$88,000$2,20028.5%
Total Benefit:$54,000$1,317 $53,000$1,559 $49,000$1,225 
Instruction/Teacher Benefit:$39,000$95172.2%$37,000$1,08869.8%$37,000$92575.5%
Other Benefit:$15,000$36627.8%$16,000$47130.2%$12,000$30024.5%

Teacher's Experience and Compensation

    2007     2006  
Teachers with Bachelor Degree:80.0%83.3%
Teachers with Master or PhD Degree:NANA
Mean Number of Years of Teaching:18.0 years15.0 years
Teachers with 5 Years of Experience of Less:NA50.0%
Teachers with 6-10 Years of Experience:NA0.0%
Teachers with 11-20 Years of Experience:0.0%0.0%
Teachers with 21-30 Years of Experience:NA50.0%
Teachers with 31 Years of Experience or More:NA0.0%
Mean Base Salary:$26,331.0$24,775.0
Mean Base Salary of Teachers with 5 Years of Experience of Less:NA$23,067.0
Mean Base Salary of Teachers with 6-10 Years of Experience:NANA
Mean Base Salary of Teachers with 11-20 Years of Experience:NANA
Mean Base Salary of Teachers with 21-30 Years of Experience:NA$26,483.0
Mean Base Salary of Teachers with 31 Years of Experience or More:NANA

* New York R-IV School District was rated 4 out of 5 by USA.com. The ranking was calculated based on publically available historical Math and English performance data.

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