Maine-Endwell Central School District is located in the Southern Tier of New York State in Broome County. It is west of Binghamton, about one hour south of Syracuse, three hours southwest of Albany, and four hours northwest of New York City. The district is conveniently located within minutes of Interstates 88 and 81, and State Route 17.
The Town of Maine and the Village of Endwell make up the school district. Binghamton University
and SUNY Broome
offer residents local, higher education. Residents enjoy cultural and recreational opportunities found in the Southern Tier including Roberson Museum and Science Center, Tri-Cities Opera, Cider Mill Playhouse and Endicott Performing Arts productions, Binghamton Philharmonic, Kopernik Space Education Center, Broome County parks, Binghamton Mets baseball and Binghamton Senators hockey. Annual events include the Dick's Sporting Goods Golf Tournament and the Binghamton Summer Music Festival.
Major employers in the area include BAE Corporation, Lockheed Martin Federal Systems and NYSEG.
From the West:
Take state Route 17E to exit 67N. Take the first exit (on the right) marked Endwell. Go approximately 2 miles on Main Street (also Route 17C) to first exit on the right, Hooper Road. Proceed through 4 traffic lights on Hooper Road. Before reaching the 5th traffic light, take the turn lane to the right onto Farm to Market Road. Take the first right turn to the District Office.
From the East:
Take state Route 17W to exit 69. Go approximately one half mile. Take the ramp to the right marked Hooper Road. Proceed through 4 traffic lights on Hooper Road. Before reaching the 5th traffic light, take the turn lane to the right onto Farm to Market Road. Take the first right turn to the District Office.