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THE BUSINESS COUNCIL'S PATHFINDER AWARD 2004

Twenty-four New York State schools have been named 2004 recipients of The Business Council's Pathfinder Award. Each honored school receives its award at a local ceremony.

The 2004 award winners are:

SCHOOL / SCHOOL DISTRICT
IMPROVEMENT IN TEST SCORES (2002-2003)


English Language Arts
Math
P.S. 46 (the Arthur Tappan School), New York City Community School District 5 in Manhattan
49 percent
54 percent
P.S. 133 (the Fred R. Moore Academy), New York City Community School District 5 in Manhattan
54 percent
35 percent
P.S. 270 (the Johann Dekalb School), New York City Community School District 13 in Brooklyn
103 percent
184 percent
P.S. 384 (the Frances E. Carter School), New York City Community School District 32 in Brooklyn
154 percent
104 percent
Berlin Elementary School, Berlin Central School District in Rensselaer County
36 percent
90 percent
Arbor Hill Elementary School, Albany City School District in Albany County
36 percent
59 percent
East Side Elementary School, Gouverneur Central School District in St. Lawrence County
95 percent
89 percent
Madrid Waddington Elementary School, Madrid Waddington Central School District in St. Lawrence County
48 percent
62 percent

Williamstown Elementary School, Altmar Parish-WMS Town Central School District in Oswego County

112 percent
182 percent
Delaware Elementary School, Syracuse City School District in Onondaga County
116 percent
70 percent
Roxbury Elementary School, Roxbury Central School District in Delaware County
10 percent
110 percent
Virgil Elementary School, Cortland City School District in
Cortland County
30 percent
66 percent
Lindley Presho Elementary School, Corning City School District in Steuben County
76 percent
25 percent
Penn Yan Elementary School, Penn Yann Central School District in Yates County
26 percent
61 percent
P.S. 28 (the Triangle Academy), Buffalo City School District in Erie County
257 percent
92 percent
P.S. 80 (Highgates Heights), Buffalo City School District in Erie County
120 percent
9 percent
Foxfire School, Yonkers City School District in Westchester County
69 percent
134 percent
Casimir Pulaski, Yonkers City School District in Westchester County
13 percent
103 percent
Oak Park Elementary School, Brentwood Union Free School District in Suffolk County
44 percent
62 percent
Ludlum School, Hempstead Union Free School District in Nassau County
47 percent
22 percent
P.S. 156 (the Laurelton School) New York City Community School District 29 in Queens
84 percent
90 percent
P.S. 121 (the Magnet School for the Visual and Performing Arts), New York City Community School District 28 in Queens
37 percent
78 percent
P.S. 32 (the Belmont School), New York City Community School District 10 in the Bronx
124 percent
51 percent
P.S. 92, New York City Community School District 12, in the Bronx
80 percent
85 percent

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