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Hampton Township School District covers Hampton Township, Western Pennsylvania, USA. There are five schools educating around 3,100 students in grades K-12.[1] The district graduated its first class in 1943. In 2006 it was ranked third in the Pittsburgh Business Times Honor Roll ranking of top districts, out of over 100 districts.[2] The school district states that "three of the five schools have earned National Blue Ribbon status in recent years. Hampton has also been recognized twice by The PA Department of Education, Bureau of Special Education, for implementing best practices for inclusive education in the regular education classroom."[3] The mission statement is "A 'Tradition of Excellence' is more than just the District’s slogan. It embodies the character of Hampton’s staff, students and community. It signifies that Hampton provides the means for students to grow both academically and personally so that they may realize their full potential and become assets to the community, country and world.". Hampton's mascot is the talbot, which is an extinct hunting dog. It is also the only high school in the United States with the Talbot as their mascot.[citation needed] Contents 1 Schools 1.1 High Schools 1.2 Hampton Middle School 1.3 Elementary Schools 2 District statistics 3 Budget 4 References 5 External links Schools High Schools Hampton High School, a Blue Ribbon School for 1994-96. In a 2007 US News and World Report article titled America's Best High Schools, Hampton received a silver ranking, making it among the top 3% of US High Schools.[4][5] Hampton Middle School In 2009, the 8th grade was ranked 13th out of 141 western Pennsylvania middle schools based on three years of student academic achievement in PSSAs in: reading, math writing and one year of science.[6] (Includes schools in: Allegheny County, Beaver County, Butler County, Fayette County, Westmoreland County, and Washington County Elementary Schools Central Elementary School Poff Elementary School Wyland Elementary School District statistics Subject Grade 3 Reading 94% 68% Math 95% 81% Grade 5 Reading 89% 81% 83% 82% 64% Math 91% 87% 72% 75% 69% Grade 8 Reading 93% 89% 86% 82% 64% Math 87% 79% 78% 76% 63% Grade 11 Reading 90% 87% 85% 86% 65% Writing 94% N/A 95% 90% 69% Math 81% 78% 82% 77% 51% Students per teacher: 11 (State average is 15).[citation needed] Budget In 2007, the average teacher salary in the district was $64,257 for 180 days worked. The district ranked third in Allegheny County for average teacher salary in 2007. The average teacher salary in Pennsylvania was $54,977.[7] Hampton Township School District administrative costs per pupil in 2011 were $13,870 per pupil. The lowest administrative cost per pupil in Pennsylvania was $398 per pupil. [8] References ^ "Hampton Township School District",, accessed 8 February 2008 ^ "Upper St. Clair No. 1 in PBT's ranking of school districts", Pittsburgh Business Times, May 12, 2006 ^ "Hampton Township SD",, accessed 9 February 2008 ^ "Best High Schools",, accessed 9 February 2008 ^ "Best High Schools 2008 Search",, accessed 9 February 2008 ^ The Rankings: Eighth grade, Pittsburgh Business Times, May 15th, 2009. ^ Fenton, Jacob, Average classroom teacher salary in Allegheny County, 2006-07. The Morning Call. accessed March 2009. ^ Fenton, Jacob. Pennsylvania School District Data: Will School Consolidation Save Money?, The Morning Call, Feb 2009. External links Official site