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THE BUSINESS COUNCIL'S PATHFINDER AWARD 2003

Twenty-four New York State schools have been named 2003 recipients of The Business Council's Pathfinder Award. Each honored school receives its award at a local ceremony.

The 2003 awared winners are:

SCHOOL / SCHOOL DISTRICT

IMPROVEMENT IN TEST SCORES (2001-2002)

 
English Language Arts
Math
P.S./ I.S. 126 (the Jacob Riis Community School), New York City Community School District 2 in Manhattan
78 percent
13 percent
P.S. 11 (the William Harris School), New York City Community School District 2 in Manhattan
27 percent
23 percent
P.S. 196 (the Ten Eyck School), New York City Community School District 14 in Brooklyn
159 percent
120 percent
P.S. 26 (the Jesse Owens School), New York City Community School District 16 in Brooklyn
75 percent
67 percent
Zena Elementary School, Kingston City School District in Kingston, Ulster County
30 percent
29 percent
School 18, Albany City School District in Albany
50 percent
46 percent
Salem Elementary School, Salem Central School District in Salem, Washington County
42 percent
20 percent
Edwards-Knox Elementary School, Edwards-Knox Central School District in Russell, St. Lawrence County
93 percent
28 percent
Hastings Mallory Elementary School, Central Square Central School District in Central Square, Oswego County
32 percent
183 percent
West Frankfort Elementary School, Frankfort-Schuyler Central School in Frankfort, Herkimer County
40 percent
23 percent
Alton B. Parker School, Cortland City School District in Cortland, Cortland County
47 percent
13 percent
W.F. Prior Elementary School, Oneida City School District in Oneida, Madison County
68 percent
14 percent
School 5 (the John Williams School), Rochester City School District in Rochester
185 percent
120 percent
School 29 (the Adlai E Stevenson School), Rochester City School District in Rochester
118 percent
115 percent
60th Street School, Niagara Falls City School District in Niagara Falls
109 percent
39 percent
Washington Hunt School, Lockport City School District in Lockport, Niagara County
52 percent
21 percent
John F. Kennedy Magnet School, Port Chester-Rye Union Free School District in Port Chester, Westchester County
68 percent
30 percent
Kahlil Gibran School, Yonkers City School District in Yonkers, Westchester County
85 percent
34 percent
Franklin School, Hempstead Union Free School District in Hempstead, Nassau County
26 percent
76 percent
Gotham Avenue School, Elmont Union Free School District in Elmont, Nassau County
63 percent
37 percent
P.S. 82 (the Hammond School), New York City Community School District 28 in Jamaica, Queens County
94 percent
64 percent
P.S. 66 (the Oxford School), New York City Community School District 27 in Richmond Hill, Queens County
94 percent
29 percent
P.S. 19 (the Judith K. Weiss School), New York City Community School District 11 in the Bronx
50 percent
35 percent
P.S. 175 (the City Island School), New York City Community School District 11 in the Bronx
38 percent
26 percent

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