Average Teacher Salary in Grant Park Community Unit School District 6

The average teacher salary in Grant Park Community Unit School District 6 is $44,760.

Grade Level Average 10th percentile 25th percentile Median 75th percentile 90th percentile
Pre-school $31,680 $17,110 $23,080 $33,500 $39,050 $44,160
Elementary $50,010 $33,110 $38,040 $47,380 $60,140 $72,270
Middle school $48,800 $33,250 $38,510 $44,470 $57,540 $72,980
High school $48,550 $28,680 $32,800 $43,590 $60,930 $74,600

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General Facts

  • Staff: 50
  • Full time teachers: 45
  • Pupil to teacher ratio: 13 to 1
  • Teacher assistants (instructional aides): not available
  • Instructional Coordinators: not available
  • Elementary Teachers: 28
  • Kindergarten Teachers: 2
  • Pre-K Teachers: 1
  • High School Teachers: 14
  • Pre-K to 12 Students: 591

Financial Statistics for Grant Park Community Unit School District 6

Revenue

  • Revenue from local sources: $3,833,000
  • Revenue from state sources: $1,784,000
  • Revenue from federal sources: $255,000
  • Total revenue: $5,872,000

Expenses

  • Expenditures on instruction: $2,556,000
  • Expenditures on teacher salary: $2,946,000
  • Expenditures on teacher benefits: $725,000
  • Expenditures per student: not available
  • Total expenditures: $5,549,000

Breakdown of Teacher Salary Expenses

  • Teacher salary expenses on regular education: $1,371,000
  • Teacher salary expenses on special education: $302,000
  • Teacher salary expenses on vocational education: $101,000

Information on Schools within Grant Park Community Unit School District 6

Elementary Schools within the Grant Park Community Unit School District 6

School Students Student to Teacher Ratio Full Time Certified Teachers Lowest Grade Offered Highest Grade Offered
Grant Park Elementary School
421 West Taylor St
Grant Park, IL 60940
815-465-2183
  • Total: 403
  • Pre-k: 25
  • Kindergarten: 37
  • 1st grade: 42
  • 2nd grade: 49
  • 3rd grade: 40
  • 4th grade: 37
  • 5th grade: 41
  • 6th grade: 44
  • 7th grade: 46
  • 8th grade: 42
13 to 1 31 Prekindergarten 8th Grade

Middle Schools within the Grant Park Community Unit School District 6

School Students Student to Teacher Ratio Full Time Certified Teachers Lowest Grade Offered Highest Grade Offered
Grant Park Elementary School
421 West Taylor St
Grant Park, IL 60940
815-465-2183
  • Total: 403
  • Pre-k: 25
  • Kindergarten: 37
  • 1st grade: 42
  • 2nd grade: 49
  • 3rd grade: 40
  • 4th grade: 37
  • 5th grade: 41
  • 6th grade: 44
  • 7th grade: 46
  • 8th grade: 42
13 to 1 31 Prekindergarten 8th Grade

High Schools within the Grant Park Community Unit School District 6

School Students Student to Teacher Ratio Full Time Certified Teachers Lowest Grade Offered Highest Grade Offered
Grant Park High School
421 Esson Farm Rd
Grant Park, IL 60940
815-465-2181
  • Total: 188
  • 9th grade: 50
  • 10th grade: 42
  • 11th grade: 41
  • 12th grade: 55
13 to 1 14 9th Grade 12th Grade

General District Statistics

  • Per capita income: $22,223
  • Median family income: $60,675
  • Median male income: $41,090
  • Median female income: $17,866
  • Median income of a renter: $45,789
  • Median income of a home owner: $58,700
  • Number of Households making:
    10 - 25k25 - 40k40 - 60k60 - 100k100k+
    100 120 220 340 124

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