Your browser is not supported

Please upgrade to a modern browser. We recommend the latest version of Google Chrome (Chrome 65 or later).

Your current browser is: CCBot 2

An error occurred. Please try again.

Robert F. Kennedy El. School (leave a review)
Contact Information

No website available

+1 (401) 456-9403

195 Nelson Street

Providence, Rhode Island

02908

About Robert F. Kennedy El. School
Kindergarten - 5th Grade

Robert F. Kennedy El. School is one of 42 schools found in the Providence district of Rhode Island.

Robert F. Kennedy El. School is a regular school, specialising in Kindergarten to 5th Grade. Compared to other schools in Rhode Island, this is a relatively average sized school since it has an enrolment of 470 students.

In recent years, the number of teachers has remained static while the pupil population has remained static in a similar timeframe.

The average teacher's salary is $77,743, which is higher than the Rhode Island state average of $73,057.

Was this useful?
Local Area
Students by Year Group
Was this useful?
Robert F. Kennedy El. School
Funding

Funding per pupil

$44

Title I eligible school

School-wide program

Title I provides extra money to schools that have a large number of students from low income families. Roughly 50,000 schools receive money through Title I.

Free lunches

289

Reduced price lunches

41

The National School Lunch Program (NSLP) provides free and reduced price meals for students. In 2016, 30.4 million children received meals through the program.

Was this useful?
Nearby Schools Compared
SchoolNumber of pupilsFunding per pupilPupil teacher ratioAverage teacher salaryDiversity index
Mount Pleasant High876$19711.35$70,5380.5
Harry Kizirian Elementary601$921.46$69,8710.58
Esek Hopkins Middle546$12713.13$70,3340.61
James L. McGuire School268$2,60814.03$66,2660.56
North Providence High967$2,30311.09$80,5060.52
Martin Luther King El. School498$3515.56$75,3840.71

Mount Pleasant High

Number of pupils876
Funding per pupil$197
Pupil teacher ratio11.35
Average teacher salary$70,538
Diversity index0.5

Harry Kizirian Elementary

Number of pupils601
Funding per pupil$9
Pupil teacher ratio21.46
Average teacher salary$69,871
Diversity index0.58

Esek Hopkins Middle

Number of pupils546
Funding per pupil$127
Pupil teacher ratio13.13
Average teacher salary$70,334
Diversity index0.61

James L. McGuire School

Number of pupils268
Funding per pupil$2,608
Pupil teacher ratio14.03
Average teacher salary$66,266
Diversity index0.56

North Providence High

Number of pupils967
Funding per pupil$2,303
Pupil teacher ratio11.09
Average teacher salary$80,506
Diversity index0.52

Martin Luther King El. School

Number of pupils498
Funding per pupil$35
Pupil teacher ratio15.56
Average teacher salary$75,384
Diversity index0.71
Was this useful?
Nearest Schools
School nameDistance
Mount Pleasant High0.53 miles
Harry Kizirian Elementary0.99 miles
Esek Hopkins Middle1.27 miles
James L. McGuire School1.44 miles
North Providence High1.46 miles
Martin Luther King El. School2.09 miles
Was this useful?
Rankings within Rhode Island
There are 316 schools in Rhode Island.
109thlargest school
160thhighest number of FTE teachers
302ndlowest pupil-teacher ratio
89thhighest average teaching salary
83rdhighest proportion of free lunch eligible pupils
42ndhighest proportion of reduced-price lunch eligible pupils
24thhighest diversity index
278thhighest funding per pupil
Was this useful?
Student Ethnicity
EthnicityNumber of students
Black97
White92
Hispanic224
Two or more races36
Asian or Asian Pacific Islander17
American Indian or Aslaskan Native4
Hawaiian Native or Pacific Islander0

Out of 470 students, with a diversity index of 0.68

Was this useful?
Minimum Instructional Days and Hours

Kindergarten: 5.5 hours

1st Grade - 5th Grade: 6 hours

Kindergarten: 180 days

1st Grade - 11th Grade: 180 days

12th Grade: 180 days

Was this useful?
Comments
Do you know Robert F. Kennedy El. School? Be the first to share your experiences!

Your rating

Find a Teaching Job
Was this useful?
*All data shown corresponds to the 2015-16 academic year unless otherwise stated.