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Upper Adams School District

Upper Adams School District

Address

161 North Main Street
Biglerville, Pennsylvania, Adams County 17307-9228
United States

Information

Type
Public

School board
9 locally elected members

Superintendent
Dr. Wesley T Doll (August 2012)

Administrator

Lawrence, Michael, Business Manager, $102,185 (2012)
Cope, Dennis, Supervisor $102,108 (2012)
Van Dyke, James, Info Management, $88,882 (2012)
Corwell, Anne, Director of Student Services Section 504 Coordinator, $84,840 (2012)
Kane, Cynthia, Assistant to the Principal $72,102 (2012)
Graham, Anthony, Athletic Director

Principal
Sterner, Richard, HS $110,742 (2012)

Principal
Zinn, Dave, UAMS, $99,504 (2012)

Principal
Denise J. Sharp, Biglerville ES, $98,159 (2012)

Principal
Wolfe, Ann, Bendersville ES $89,134 (2012)

Principal
Kerstetter, Jamie, AES $87,593 (2012)

Staff
132 non teaching staff

Faculty
118 teachers

Grades
K-12

Age
5 years old to 21 years old for special education

Pupils
1,669pupils (2013), 1,724 pupils (2009-10) [1]

 • Kindergarten
143

 • Grade 1
113

 • Grade 2
154

 • Grade 3
125

 • Grade 4
117

 • Grade 5
125

 • Grade 6
128

 • Grade 7
140

 • Grade 8
127

 • Grade 9
136

 • Grade 10
147

 • Grade 11
125

 • Grade 12
144

Athletics conference
PIAA

Budget

$24,579,000 (2013-14)
$23,583,000 (2012-13)[2]
$23,265,925 in 2011[3]

Per pupil spending
$11,755 in 2008

Per pupil spending
$12,836.57 in 2010

Website
http://www.upperadams.org/

The Upper Adams School District is a small, rural public school district serving parts of Adams County, Pennsylvania. The boroughs of Bendersville, Biglerville, Arendtsville. It also serves the residents of: Tyrone Township, Butler Township, and Menallen Township. Upper Adams School District encompasses approximately 90 square miles (230 km2). By 2010, the district’s population rose to 10,836 people.[5] According to 2000 federal census data, it served a resident population of 9,693. In 2009, the District residents’ per capita income was $17,278, while the median family income was $44,835.[6] and the United States median family income was $49,445, in 2010.[7] By 2013, the median household income in the United States rose to $52,100.[8]
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