Pediatric Eye Associates, LLC 22 Old Short Hills Rd, Livingston, NJ07039-5604 Pediatric Eye Associates, LLC is a Livingston-based ophthalmology practice located on Old Short Hills Road. The…More practice's doctors provide comprehensive eye care to children from birth through adolescence, treating injuries, diseases, chronic conditions and infections. Visit the Pediatric Eye Associates Web site for a complete listing of services.
Emily S. Bahler, D.O. 201 S Livingston Ave, Livingston, NJ07039 Dr. Emily S. Bahler is an osteopathic doctor practicing on South Livingston Avenue in Livingston. Dr. Bahler specializes…More in internal and geriatric medicine, offering comprehensive health care for the elderly. Call the office during regular business hours to schedule an appointment.
Obesity Treatment Center of New Jersey 200 S Orange Ave, Livingston, NJ07039-5817 Obesity Treatment Center of New Jersey is a medical practice located on South Orange Avenue in Livingston. The…More practice's doctors work with at-risk patients to achieve weight loss and improve overall body health. Call the Obesity Treatment Center of New Jersey at the number provided to schedule an appointment.
George P. Gewirtz, M.D. 200 S Orange Ave, Livingston, NJ07039-5817 Dr. George P. Gewirtz practices at Endocrine & Diabetes, a practice on South Orange Avenue in Livingston. The…More practice's doctors are available to treat patients with diabetes and hormonal disorders. Call the establishment at the number provided to schedule an appointment with Dr. Gewirtz.
The Livingston Public School system has an enrollment of 5,646 students in kindergarten through grade 12 as of…More September 2009.
The school system has approximately one teacher for every 15 pupils. This includes special education teachers and subject specialists in art, music, technology, and health and physical education. The school district has certified school nurses, media specialists, reading specialists, guidance counselors, resource center teachers, gifted and talented/enrichment teachers, and child study team members.
The average elementary class size is approximately 20 students. The middle and high school class sizes are slightly higher and vary depending on subject. An advanced foreign language class may have as few as eight pupils while a health or physical education class may have as many as 30 pupils.
The school system has 518 certified instructional members on staff with the following designations:
• 17 have a doctoral level degree • 262 have a master's degree plus 16 or 32 credits • 102 have a master's degree • 76 have a bachelor's degree plus 16 or 32 • 61 have a bachelor's degree
Many staff members are long-term employees. The breakdown of years of employment is as follows:
• 20 have 30 or more years of service • 42 have from 20-29 years of service • 134 have from 10-19 years of service