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... Spring Grove Area High School is located at 1490 Roth Church Road, Spring Grove ... In 2012, Spring Grove Area School District remained in Warning status due to missing all reading metrics measured in 11th grade ... In 2011, Spring Grove Area High School declined to Warning Status due to lagging student achievement in mathematics ...
... The School District Adjusted Index for the Spring Grove Area School District 2006–2007 through 2011–2012 ... Base 1.4% 2012-13 - 2.1%, Base 1.7% 2013-14 - 2.1%, Base 1.7% For the 2013-14 school year, Spring Grove Area School Board applied for an exception to the Act 1 index due to teacher ... the index without seeking voter approval, Spring Grove Area School Board was required to submit and receive approval for a referendum exception from the state's Department ...
... Spring Grove Area Middle School is located at 244 Old Hanover Road, Spring Grove ... In 2011 Spring Grove Area Middle School achieved AYP status ... In 2011 Spring Grove Area Middle School declined to Warning status due to lagging student achievement in mathematics ...
... Spring Grove Area High School is one of two, public secondary schools within the Spring Grove Area School District ... The School is located in Spring Grove, York County, Pennsylvania ... According to the National Center for Education Statistics, in 2010, Spring Grove Area High School reported an enrollment of 1,235 pupils in grades 9th through 12th, with 276 pupils ...
... In 2011, the average teacher salary in Spring Grove Area School District was $55,568 a year, while the cost of the benefits teachers received was $14,486 per employee, for a total annual average teacher ... In 2009, Spring Grove Area School District reported employing 332 teachers with a salary range of $37,460 to $117,548 ... In 2007, Spring Grove Area School District employed 252 teachers ...
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