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SCHS Report Card 2008

SCHS Report Card 2008

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Stark County High School128-088-1000-26-0001
9 10 11 12Stark County High School
13.518.018.3292.712.213.815.4 19.618.118.196.899.899.52,074,16793.314.94.17.541.10.23.919.919.254.0 87894.310.62.70.027.40.01.30.60.597.2 29292.76.62.70.019.50.01.40.00.797.9
Toulon, ILLINOISGRADES :
-------- State and federal laws require public school districts to release report cards to the public each year.The 2007/2008 school year is the first time that Limited English Proficient (LEP) students, who would have taken the IMAGE inthe past, took either the ISAT or PSAE with accommodations; therefore, any comparisons with previous years' achievementlevels for this subgroup and their schools and school districts should be made with appropriate caution.
RACIAL/ETHNIC BACKGROUND AND OTHER INFORMATIONWhiteBlackHispanicAsian/PacificIslander NativeAmericanLow-IncomeRateLimited-English-ProficientRateHigh Sch.DropoutRateChronicTruancyRateMobilityRateAttendanceRateTotalEnrollmentSchoolDistrictState
Limited-English-proficient
students are those students eligible for transitional bilingual programs.
Mobility rate
is based on the number of times students enroll in or leave a school during the school year.
Chronic truants
are students who are absent from school without valid cause for 18 or more of the last 180school days.
Low-income
students come from families receiving public aid; live ininstitutions for neglected or delinquent children; are supported in foster homeswith public funds; or are eligible to receive free or reduced-price lunches.
STUDENT-TO-STAFF RATIOSAVERAGE CLASS SIZE
(as of the first school day in May)
PARENTAL CONTACT*13689 - 12Pupil-Administrator Pupil-CertifiedStaff Pupil-Teacher SecondaryPupil-Teacher ElementaryPercentSchoolDistrictState
 
K
* Parental contact includes parent-teacher conferences, parental visits to school, school visits to home, telephone conversations, and written correspondence.
211.6
ILLINOISSCHOOLREPORTCARD
STUDENTSINSTRUCTIONAL SETTING
Stark County CUSD 100
1.02.62.5
2008
Multiracial /Ethnic
0.00.62.7
7542 StateDistrictSchoolGradesSchoolStateDistrictAsian/PacificIslander TotalNumber FemaleMaleNativeAmericanHispanicBlackWhite TEACHER INFORMATION
(Full-Time Equivalents)100.00.00.00.00.025.274.8 6684.98.74.91.30.222.977.1 131,488
 
Stark County High School228-088-1000-26-0001
State% of Teachers withEmergency or ProvisionalCredentials% of TeacherswithMaster's& Above% of TeacherswithBachelor'sDegrees% of Classes NotTaught byHighly QualifiedTeachersDistrictAverageTeachingExperience(Years)School
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TEACHER INFORMATION
( Continued )18.162.237.81.50.012.446.753.20.70.70.00.0
SCHOOL DISTRICT FINANCES
Some teacher/administrator data are not collected at the school level.
Salaries and counts of staff are summedacross a district based on the percentage of time that each individual is employed as ateacher or an administrator and may or maynot reflect the actual paid salaries for thedistrict.
TEACHER/ADMINISTRATOR SALARIES
(Full-Time Equivalents)
 Average Teacher SalaryAverage Administrator Salary
StateDistrict
$0$40,000$80,000$120,000$160,000$200,000$47,642$60,871$89,291$105,117
EXPENDITURE BY FUNCTION 2006-07
(Percentages)
0.010.020.030.040.050.060.0
41.747.52.02.524.832.431.417.6
InstructionGeneral AdministrationSupportingServicesOther Expenditures
DistrictState
 
Stark County High School328-088-1000-26-0001
REVENUE BY SOURCE 2006-07State %District %DistrictTOTALFederal FundingOther State FundingGeneral State AidOther Local FundingLocal Property TaxesState %District %DistrictEXPENDITURE BY FUND 2006-07TOTALCapital ImprovementSite & Construction/Fire Prevention & SafetySocial SecurityMunicipal Retirement/RentBond and InterestTransportationOperations & MaintenanceEducation
$4,428,280$839,597$2,039,496$681,889$355,231$5,559,503$806,040$475,440$552,327$0$163,490$1,209,889$1,165,930$9,932,61953.110.124.48.24.3$8,344,49356.08.14.85.60.01.612.211.757.67.318.19.77.372.68.53.96.70.01.80.95.6
OTHER FINANCIAL INDICATORS2005 EqualizedAssessed Valuationper Pupil2006-07 OperatingExpenditureper Pupil2006-07 InstructionalExpenditureper PupilStateDistrict
** Due to the way Illinois school districts are configured, state averages for equalized assessed valuation per pupil and total school tax rate per $100 are not provided.
Equalized assessed valuation
includes all computed property values upon which a district's local tax rate is calculated.
Total school tax rate
is a district's total tax rate as it appears on local property tax bills.
Instructional expenditure per pupil
includes the direct costs of teaching pupils or the interaction between teachers and pupils.
Operating expenditure per pupil
includes the gross operating cost of a school district excluding summer school, adult education, bond principal retired, and capital expenditures.
****
$90,626 5.69
2005 Total SchoolTax Rateper $100
$5,204$5,808$8,180$9,907
ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE
ACT ASSESSMENT: GRADUATING CLASS OF 2008 *
0.04.08.012.016.020.024.028.032.036.0
20.9 20.920.520.4 20.420.121.0 21.020.620.9 20.920.420.7 20.720.3
CompositeEnglish MathematicsReading ScienceSchoolDistrictState
* Includes graduating students' most recent ACT Assessment scores from an ACTnational test date or PSAE testing. Excludeshe scores of students who took the test withspecial accommodations. State averages for  ACT data are based on regular public schoolsand do not include private and specialpurpose schools.The number and percent of students takinghe ACT are no longer reported sincevirtually every eleventh grade student takeshe ACT as part of the PSAE.
HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATION RATEAllMaleFemaleGender WhiteBlackHispanicAsian/PacificIslander NativeAmericanLEPStudentswithDisabilitiesEcono-micallyDisad-vantagedRace / EthnicityMigrantStateDistrictSchool
78.964.596.278.6100.0100.0100.078.964.596.278.6100.0100.0100.086.584.288.892.593.481.278.2
Multiracial /Ethnic

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