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Lackawanna Trail School District

Lackawanna Trail School District
Factoryville, Pennsylvania
Wyoming County Pennsylvania
United States
Type Public
Superintendent Mr. Matthew Rakauskas
Grades K–12
Number of students 1,173 students (2010-11)[1]
Color(s) Red, White, Black


Nickname Lions
Budget $18.5 million (2012-13)[2]
Information 570-945-5184

The Lackawanna Trail School District is a public Pennsylvania school district. It serves Nicholson Boro, Nicholson Township, Clinton Township and Factoryville borough in Wyoming County and Dalton borough, La Plume Township, Clinton Township, Benton Township and West Abington Township in Lackawanna County. The school district encompasses approximately 72.43 square miles and serves a resident population of 8,671. The district has one (K-6) elementary school located on College Avenue, Factoryville and one (7-12) high school on Tunnel Hill Road, Factoryville. As of the 2010 federal census, Lackawanna Trial School District has a total student population of 1,173. Elementary school (623 with a student/teacher ratio of 13.26), high school (550 with a student/teacher ratio of 11.70).


  1. ^ Lackawanna Trail Student Enrollment 2010
  2. ^ Lackawanna Trail District Budget 2012-13

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