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1203 Neck Road
Burlington, NJ 08016-9741
p. 609-386-3520

B. Bernice Young Elementary School
in Burlington, NJ

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District & State Agencies

School District:
Burlington Township
State Agency:
New Jersey Department Of Education

Information Summary

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School Demographics and Characteristics

School TypeRegular school
Grades offeredPrekindergarten – 2nd Grade
LevelPrimary School
Teacher FTEs48.0
Surrounding communitySuburb, Large Territory outside a principal city and inside an urbanized area with population of 250,000 or more.
Title I Eligible
School-wide Title I
Magnet SchoolN/A
Charter School
Shared-time School

Demographics of Surrounding Area

Reported area around or near Burlington, NJ 08016-9741
Total Population30,820 (30,363 urban / 457 rural)
Households11,264 (2.64 people per house)
Median Household Income$54,114
Families8,017 (3.15 people per family)
Pop. — African American8,031
Pop. — Asian1,063
Pop. — Pacific Islander13
Pop. — American Indian / Alaskan Native215
Pop. — White (incl. Hispanic)21,637
Pop. — Other651

Special Student Programs

What portion of students are enrolled in special programs?
  # in School % of School % of District
Free Lunch Students 80 8%  
Reduced-Price Lunch Students 36 4%  
Low-Cost Lunch Students 116 11%  
Migrant Students
Special Ed. Students    
English Language Learners    

Averaged Freshmen Graduation Rate (AGFR)

The averaged freshman graduation rate is the number of graduates with regular diplomas compared to the size of the incoming freshman class.
  District State
Black Non-HispanicN/A91%
Asian / Pacific IslanderN/A74%
American Indian / Alaskan NativeN/A73%
White Non-HispanicN/A88%
All Students<82%84%

Completion / Diploma Recipients

Senior students that successfully complete through High-School and receive either a diploma or other completion certificate. Note: %'s are based on total population and do not imply dropout rates.
  # in District % of Seniors
in District
% of Seniors
in State
H.S. Diploma Recipients 245 95.81%
GED Recipients     2.83%
Other Completers N/A

Student Demographics

How many students enroll at B. Bernice Young Elementary School?
  # in School % of School % of State
Black Non-Hispanic285>27%17%
Asian / Pacific Islander99>9%8%
American Indian / Alaskan Native1N/AN/A
White Non-Hispanic577>56%54%
Prekindergarten 20 6 23 96 145
Kindergarten 64 13 28 143 248
1st Grade 95 21 23 1 150 290
2nd Grade 90 20 24 160 294
Ungraded 16 6 1 28 51
Total 285 66 99 1 577 1,028

Burlington Township – District Faculty and Staff

Faculty and Staff FTEs (Full-Time Equivalents) for B. Bernice Young Elementary School's local district.
  FTEs % of District % of State
Instructional Aides155.0>81%26%
Instructional Coordinators &amp; Supervisors9.0>5%3%
Library / Media Specialist4.0>2%2%
Library / Media SupportN/A0%
Guidance Staff (Elementary)N/A1%
Guidance Staff (Secondary)N/A2%
Guidance Staff Total5.0<3%3%
District Admins3.0>2%2%
Dist. Admin/SpptN/A7%
School Admins3.0>2%1%
School Admin/SpptN/A9%
Other SupportN/A30%
  FTEs % of District % of State

Burlington Township Financial Summary

General district financials with comparisons to all districts in state.
  District State Ave.
  Amount Per Student Per Student
Payments to Private Schools$1,286,000<$310$441
Payments to Charter Schools  $148
Long–Term Debt
 Outstanding at Beginning of Fiscal Year$54,678,000>$13,188$8,628
 Issued During Fiscal Year  $5,891
 Retired During Fiscal Year  $5,891
 Outstanding at End of Fiscal Year$51,983,000>$12,538$8,695
Short–Term Debt
 Outstanding at Beginning of Fiscal Year  $1,977
 Outstanding at End of Fiscal Year  $1,807
 Sinking Fund$1,203,000>$290$178
 Bond Fund$6,950,000<$1,676$2,270
 Other Funds$6,293,000<$1,517$3,735
Total Revenues$54,488,000<$13,142$29,478
Total Expenses$62,662,000<$15,113$29,653

Burlington Township Teacher / Support Staff Salaries & Benefits

District compensation packages for teachers, instructional aides, and support staff.
  District † State Ave. †
† Limited to Teacher Salaries
Regular Education Programs$12,673,000$8,313,518
Special Education Programs$2,679,000$1,987,449
Vocational Education Programs$196,000$1,803,261
Other Education Programs$321,000$926,079
  District State Ave.
  Salary Benefits Salary Benefits
Instruction (incl. Teachers)$19,378,000$7,409,000$12,797,270$5,155,762
Support Services
 Instructional Staff$1,034,000$396,000$842,425$337,437
 General Administration$284,000$124,000$298,973$116,595
 School Administration$1,564,000$680,000$1,167,365$463,735
 Operation &amp; Maintenance of Plant$230,000$112,000$1,383,068$528,825
 Student Transportation$340,000$166,000$483,451$191,022
 Business / Central / Other$475,000$231,000$486,644$191,814
Food Services$492,000 $344,624$126,603

Local District Expense Detail

Expense categories and state-level comparison for Burlington Township.
  District State Ave.
  Amount Per Student Per Student
Elementary / Secondary Education
  Support Services
  Instructional Staff$1,638,000<$395$547
  General Administration$764,000<$184$720
  School Administration$2,464,000<$594$827
  Operation &amp; Maintenance of Plant$3,359,000<$810$1,677
  Student Transportation$2,553,000<$615$6,175
  Business / Central / Other$753,000<$181$491
  Other Expenses
  Food Services$1,136,000<$273$369
  Enterprise Operations$25,000<$6$2,178
Non-Elementary / Non-Secondary Education
 Community Services  $31
 Adult Education  $391
 Other  $3,544
 Total  $3,075
Capital Outlay
 Land &amp; Existing Structures$587,000<$141$478
 Instructional Equipment$181,000<$43$46
 Other Equipment$63,000<$15$134
 Non-Specified Equipment  $430
Payments to State Govt's$27,000<$6$57
Payments to Local Govt's   
Payments to Other School Systems$726,000<$175$1,323
Debt Interest$2,323,000>$560$409

Local District Revenue Detail

Revenue categories and state-level comparison for Burlington Township.
  District State Ave.
  Amount Per Student Per Student
Federal Revenue
  Through State
  Title I$200,000<$48$267
  Children with Disabilities Idea$722,000<$174$249
  Math, Science, and Teacher Quality   
  Safe and Drug Free Schools   
  Title V, Part A  $103
  Vocational and Tech Education  $104
  Bilingual Education   
  Child Nutrition Act$278,000<$67$124
  Other  $77
    Direct from Federal Government
  Impact Aid  $796
  Indian Education   
 Non-Specified  $77
State Revenue
 General Formula Assistance$9,452,000<$2,279$2,863
 Staff Improvement Programs   
 Special Education Programs$2,683,000<$647$765
 Compensatory and Basic Skills Programs$116,000<$27$1,009
 Bilingual Education Programs$104,000<$25$40
 Gifted and Talented Programs   
 Vocational Education Programs  $1,557
 School Lunch Programs$18,000<$4$8
 Capital Outlay and Debt Services Programs$1,329,000<$320$500
 Transportation Programs$1,371,000>$330$263
 Other Programs$1,140,000<$274$2,480
  On Behalf
  Employee Benefits$3,928,000<$947$1,624
  Not Employee Benefits   
Local Revenue
 Parent Government Contributions  $9,062
 Property Taxes$30,999,000<$7,476$11,042
 General Sales Taxes   
 Public Utility Taxes   
 Individual and Corporate Income Taxes   
 All Other Taxes   
 From Other School Systems$123,000<$29$13,895
 From Cities and Counties  $3,532
 Tuition Fees from Pupils and Parents$5,000<$1$1,088
 Transportation Fees from Pupils and Parents  $37
 School Lunch$986,000<$237$252
 Textbook Sales and Rentals  $154
 District Activity Receipts$31,000<$7$2,370
 Students Fees, Non-Specified   
 Other Sales and Services   
 Interest Earnings  $145

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otforest about 8 years ago otforest

Exactly when did it become wrong for school kids to praise the President of the United States ? I was born in 1965 and was taught to respect the President (Democrat or Republican). The people that are outraged about this song are irresponsible and teaching a bad lesson to their children. To use a term that the Bush administration liked to throw around, you are being anti-American.

Keith Shelton about 8 years ago Keith Shelton

I expect to here in the news very soon that the teachers involved, and the principle, will be fired. Shame on you.I would pull my kid out of that school so fast, you would'nt know what hit you.

Rhonda Dennis about 8 years ago Rhonda Dennis

This is horrible! It is shades of Nazi Germany and Hitler!!! I'm so glad my grandchildren go to private school!!!!!!!

American Patriot about 8 years ago American Patriot

The video of you indoctrination of these children into the Obama facsist mindset is reason enough for the parents to pull their children out of there. Your school is a national discrace! Heil Obeyme!

R.D.Lang about 8 years ago R.D.Lang

I have just seen the video of (on or about) 6-19-09..A salute to Obama..How dare you do that in a school setting..We are here to teach not to cheer..politics must NOT be initiated into a academic setting especially at the young age you have shown. If I had any say, the teacher, principle and Supt. would be dismissed carte blance. My tax dollars are NOT meant to do this. Hitler got the kids when they were young too. How Dare You

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