N J Regional Day-Mannington School

Box 350, Woodstown, NJ 08098 | (856) 769-0101
  • Grades: Unknown
  • Student Enrollment: 42
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School Description

School Summary and Highlights
  • Enrolls 42 students in grade levels that do not adhere into a traditional K-12 system
Additional Contact Information
  • Principal or Admin: Frank Maurer
School Operational Details
  • Special Education School
School District Details

Faculty Details and Student Enrollment

Students and Faculty
  • Total Students Enrolled: 42
  • Total Full Time "Equivalent" Teachers: 7.0
  • Average Student-To-Teacher Ratio: 6.0
Students Gender Breakdown
  • Males: 29 (69.0%)
  • Females: 13 (31.0%)
Free Lunch Student Eligibility Breakdown
  • Eligible for Reduced Lunch: 5 (11.9%)
  • Eligible for Free Lunch: 33 (78.6%)
  • Eligible for Either Reduced or Free Lunch: 38 (90.5%)
Student Enrollment Distribution by Race / Ethnicity
N J Regional Day-Mannington School Student Race Distribution
  Number Percent
American Indian--
Black2764.3%
Asian--
Hispanic614.3%
White921.4%
Source: NJ Department of Education, Source: NCES 2009-2010

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