Mount Sinai School District

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The Mount Sinai School District is a United States educational division of the Mount Sinai, New York community on the north shore of Long Island that oversees the three schools in the area. It serves approximately 2200 students located in a six square mile area. The Board of Education for the district consists of 7 trustees, including a president and a vice-president.resident. The 2014/2015 budget was $54,955,155.[1]

Schools[edit]

Mount Sinai Elementary School[edit]

Ranging from kindergarten through 4th grade. Principal is Dr. John Gentilcore.

Mount Sinai Middle School[edit]

Grades 5-8. Principal is Peter Pramataris; assistant principal is Christopher Heil.

Mount Sinai High School[edit]

Grades 9–12. Principal is Robert Grable; assistant principals are Frank LaBianca and Matthew Dyroff.

Notable alumni[edit]

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