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2015 Feb-06 PM 04:52
U.S. DISTRICT COURT
N.D. OF ALABAMA

IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE NORTHERN DISTRICT OF ALABAMA
SOUTHERN DIVISION
LINDA STOUT, et al.,
Plaintiffs,
and
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,
Plaintiff-Intervenor,
v.
JEFFERSON COUNTY BOARD
OF EDUCATION, et al.,
Defendants.

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CIVIL ACTION NUMBER
2:65-cv-0396-MHH

JOINT REPORT TO THE COURT
Pursuant to the Court’s November 12, 2014 Order1, the parties submit this
joint report on the current status of desegregation progress of the Jefferson County
Board of Education and the Hoover City Board of Education. The report is a
collaborative effort of the parties and reflects a broad overview of the districts
themselves, as well as a general discussion of the desegregation efforts. PrivatePlaintiffs and Plaintiff-Intervenor United States (collectively, “Plaintiff Parties”)

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Doc. 989.
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are currently reviewing and evaluating each school district’s policies, practices,
and facilities as they relate to ongoing desegregation obligations. After this
review, all of the parties will be in a better position to develop a comprehensive
strategy to present to the Court.

I. Background
The Jefferson County Board of Education (“JCBE”) is the state’s second
largest school system, serving approximately 36,000 students in its 56 schools.
The area it serves is geographically and demographically diverse. The JCBE
provides education to students who reside in either unincorporated Jefferson
County or in municipalities that have not formed a city school system. In Jefferson
County, there are twelve (12) public school systems — the County school system
and eleven (11) municipal school systems2, far and away the most in any county in
Alabama. The sheer number of city school systems in the county results in
practical challenges for the County system, both in terms of operations and
management. For example, the geographic boundaries of the County school
system change every time a city with a school system annexes or de-annexes
property. The cities with school systems decide which parts of the county they

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The current operational municipal school systems in Jefferson County are Birmingham, Bessemer, Fairfield,
Midfield, Tarrant, Trussville, Leeds, Mountain Brook, Vestavia Hills, Homewood, and Hoover. The City of
Gardendale has formed a school system but is not yet operational.

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want included within their municipal limits and those parts become a part of the
city school systems. The remainder is Jefferson County Board of Education's
responsibility. Accordingly, there is an ebb and flow to both the boundaries of the
County system (and the City systems, as well) and the student populations served.
The present case was filed on June 4, 1965 against the JCBE to desegregate
the schools in Jefferson County. In 1970 and 1971, the Court added many of the
municipal school boards in Jefferson County as party defendants: the Homewood
Board of Education3, the Midfield Board of Education4, the Pleasant Grove Board
of Education5, and the Vestavia Hills Board of Education6. In addition, all
“splinter districts” are also subject to the Courts’ jurisdiction, including Hoover,
Leeds and Trussville7, as a result of jurisdiction over those areas before the
formation of each respective municipal school system. Many of the municipal
school systems in Jefferson County either were never subject to judicial oversight
in the present case or were subject to a different set of regulatory standards,
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Doc. 171

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See Doc. 198; A specific order adding Midfield as a defendant does not appear in the case docket but the record is
clear that after July 1, 1971 the Midfield Board was a participating defendant in the action.
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See Doc. 145, 175; The Pleasant Grove Board of Education formed but never operated the schools in Pleasant
Grove. The United States and plaintiffs challenged the manner in which Pleasant Grove chose to operate and,
eventually, due to Pleasant Grove’s failure to submit an acceptable desegregation plan, the Court effectively
divested that board of jurisdiction over schools in the city and returned operational control to the JCBE. The
Pleasant Grove area has been served by the Jefferson County Board of Education continuously since that time. See
Doc. 241.
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Doc. 174

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By order of this Court of May 3, 2006, the Leeds and Trussville systems were severed from this case and placed
under case number CV70-251-S (Lee v. Macon). Both cases have been assigned to Judge Hopkins. (Doc. 925).
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creating a challenging environment within which to manage the desegregation
process and move toward the achievement of unitary status.

II. Legal Standards
The ultimate inquiry in determining whether a school district is unitary is
whether the district has: (1) fully and satisfactorily complied in good faith with the
court's desegregation orders for a reasonable period of time; (2) eliminated the
vestiges of prior de jure segregation to the extent practicable; and (3) demonstrated
a good faith commitment to the whole of the court's order and to those provisions
of the law and the Constitution which were the predicate for judicial intervention in
the first instance. See Missouri v. Jenkins, 515 U.S. 70, 88-89 (1995); Freeman v.
Pitts, 503 U.S. 467, 491-92, 498 (1992); Manning v. Sch. Bd. of Hillsborough
Cnty., 244 F.3d 927, 942 (11th Cir. 2001); Lockett v. Bd. of Educ. of Muscogee
Cnty. Sch. Dist., 111 F.3d 839, 842-3 (11th Cir. 1997).
The Supreme Court has identified multiple areas, commonly referred to as
the “Green factors,” which must be addressed as part of the determination of
whether a school district has fulfilled its duties and eliminated the vestiges of the
prior dual school system to the extent practicable. These factors are: student
assignment; faculty; staff; transportation; extracurricular activities; and facilities.
Green v. Cnty. School Bd. of New Kent Cnty., 391 U.S. 430, 435-42 (1968). The

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Green factors are not intended to be a “rigid framework,” and the Supreme Court
has approved consideration of indicia such as “quality of education” in evaluating
whether a district has fulfilled its desegregation obligations. See Freeman, 503
U.S. at 492-93.
In connection with the assignment of faculty and staff, the District has an
affirmative duty to ensure that its “[p]rincipals, teachers, teacher aides and other staff
who work directly with children” are not assigned in a manner that reinforces the
racial identifiability of the District’s schools.” Singleton v. Jackson Mun. Separate
Sch. Dist., 419 F.2d 1211, 1218 (5th Cir. 1969), rev’d on other grounds sub nom.,
Carter v. West Feliciana Parish School District, 396 U.S. 290 (1970); Swann v.
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Bd. of Ed., 402 U.S. 1, 18 (1971)(“[W]here it is possible to
identify a “white school” or a “Negro school” simply by reference to the racial
composition of teachers and staff, the quality of school buildings and equipment, or
the organization of sports activities, a prima facie case of violation of substantive
constitutional rights under the Equal Protection Clause is shown.”).
For a district to fulfill its affirmative obligations, “school officials are
obligated not only to avoid any official action that has the effect of perpetuating or
reestablishing a dual school system, but also to render decisions that further
desegregation and help to eliminate the effects of the previous dual school system.”
Harris v. Crenshaw Cnty. Bd. Of Educ., 968 F.2d 1090, 1095 (11th Cir. 1992). A

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court may allow partial or incremental dismissal of a school desegregation case
before full compliance has been achieved in every area of school operations,
thereby retaining jurisdiction over those areas not yet in full compliance and
terminating jurisdiction over those areas in which compliance was found.
Freeman, 503 U.S. at 490-91. This Report is intended to provide the Court with a
backdrop so that it, together with the parties, may begin to evaluate whether such
partial dismissal is appropriate and what further relief is necessary.

III. Discussion of Green Factors
A. Jefferson County Board of Education (JBCE)
1. Student Assignment - JCBE
As with most school systems in Alabama, students in the County system are
assigned to schools through the use of attendance zones. The County is divided
into high school attendance zones and within those high school attendance zones
are smaller attendance zones for elementary, and in some instances, middle
schools.
The Jefferson County Board of Education operates thirteen (13) high school
zones: Clay-Chalkville, Shades Valley, Centerpoint, Pinson, Fultondale,
Gardendale, Mortimer-Jordan, Corner, Minor, Hueytown, Pleasant Grove, Oak
Grove and McAdory. Most of those high school zones include a middle or junior

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high school and multiple elementary schools, all of which have corresponding
attendance zones.
Prior to 2001, the record of attendance zones was maintained in paper map
books kept at JCBE’s Central Office. Boundary lines were drawn manually with
magic markers and were redrawn by hand each time new map books were
acquired. The attendance zone records looked much like those included as exhibits
to the Court’s 1971 Order and were often less than clear. In 2001, after Judge
Johnson assumed responsibility for the case, the attendance zones were digitized
and updated using a Geographic Information System (“GIS”) program. The
attendance maps were provided to the Court on November 20, 2001, (See Exhibit
One to the Joint Report on Transfer Procedure) and the attendance zones are
largely as they were at that time. While there have been zone line changes due to
municipal school system formations (Trussville and Leeds) and school
construction, modifications have been otherwise limited. Current attendance zones
are shown on the district maps, included as Exhibit A (Elementary zone maps) and
Exhibit B (High school zone maps). Feeder patterns are shown on Exhibit C, also
attached.
As of October 13, 2014, the system had 36,018 students enrolled, of whom
16,460, or 45.7%, are African American and 16,164, or 44.7%, are white.8 The
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Student enrollment information is taken from the Board's 2014 Student Enrollment Report, attached as Exhibit D.

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remaining 10% or so of students fall within racial categories other than African
American or white. While a few of the schools have either a largely all white
student population (such as those in the Corner attendance zone) or a largely all
African American student population (such as those in the Centerpoint attendance
zone), most of the schools fall somewhere in the middle. Student enrollment by
school and for the system as a whole is shown in Exhibit D.
The student transfer process is usually considered as part of the “Student
Assignment” Green factor analysis, and transfers have long been an important part
of the present case. In 2001, the parties studied and modified the transfer process
at the direction of the Court. The Court then approved updated comprehensive
transfer guidelines to be applied to all transfers in Jefferson County. See Doc. 780.
As a result of that Order, transfers have been limited to the following categories:
a. Racial Desegregation Transfers9
b. Employee Transfers
c. Substantial Hardship Transfers
Further, the transfers have been subject to provisions concerning structured
deadlines, comprehensive notice, applications, decisions, and reporting. These
provisions have been utilized over the last fifteen years.

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Comparable to “Majority to Minority” or “M to M” transfers.
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Despite enforcement of attendance zone lines and application of the new
transfer guidelines, the racial composition of the school system as a whole, as well
as many schools within the district, has changed over the last fifteen years, as
illustrated below and on the reports attached as Exhibit E:
JCBE STUDENT POPULATION BY RACE
DISTRICT WIDE
80%
70%
60%
50%

WHITE

40%

AFRICAN AMERICAN

30%

OTHER

20%
10%
0%
2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014

The School Board is hopeful that, after comprehensive review of the district
and its schools, the parties and the Court will agree that the district has achieved
unitary status as to student assignment.
However, at this time, the Plaintiff Parties are in the process of reviewing
data on student assignment, an analysis which considers not only the assignment of
students among schools, but also within schools according to ability, achievement,
educational programs, and other bases. The United States does not have sufficient
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information to take a position on whether the district is unitary with respect to
student assignment. In addition, the United States plans to retain an expert to
further review this factor.
Private-Plaintiffs also do not have sufficient information to take a position
on whether and to what extent there is agreement with the Board on this issue.
Specifically, Private-Plaintiffs are reviewing the enforcement of the previously
negotiated changes to the transfer policies, and awaiting information from the
Board regarding the assignment of students within schools. Private-Plaintiffs plan
to retain an expert to further review this factor.
2. Faculty and Staff – JCBE
The Jefferson County Board of Education is one of the largest
employers in Jefferson County, with over four thousand full-time employees and
almost $269,000,000 budgeted in the 2014-2015 fiscal year for the payment of
salaries and benefits. The Board employs over 2300 certified teachers, 133
principals and assistant principals and over 1500 bus drivers, cafeteria workers,
custodians and other support personnel. The workforce has become more diverse.
The Board has within the last ten years increased the number of African American
employees, particularly in the leadership positions of principals and assistant
principals.10 That said, the Board understands that there is more work to do in the

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Over twenty percent of principals and over forty percent of assistant principals are African American.
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area of faculty and staff, particularly to address employee composition at the
different schools in the system, consistent with Singleton. Further, while the Board
believes that some progress has been made, it has done so largely through informal
means. The Board understands that it needs to employ a more structured
employment process, focused on recruitment, selection, hiring, training and
retention, designed to achieve the objective of desegregation.
Private-Plaintiffs believe that the Board requires significant reform and
structural change in the recruitment, selection, hiring, training, retention, and
assignment of faculty and staff. In particular, Private-Plaintiffs are concerned
about the assignment of faculty and staff at racially identifiable schools within the
system. Further, African Americans are not equally represented throughout the
categories of employees. For example, five of the system’s sixty-one librarians
and only thirty-two of the system’s three hundred and sixty-two bus drivers are
African American.
The parties will work together to develop consensus on an approach in the
area of faculty and staff, one which will likely involve submission of a Consent
Decree as a “road map” to achievement of unitary status in the area of faculty and
staff.

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3. Transportation – JCBE
In 2002-2003, as part of its comprehensive review of the school district, the
United States and Private-Plaintiffs reviewed bus routes and other transportation
issues, identifying very few routes for which some modification was requested. In
March 2003, the Board made the requested changes and no other transportation
related issues have been identified since that time. At the time of the 2002-2003
review, transportation routes were developed and maintained by hand and no
computer based routing software was utilized. In 2014, the JCBE began using a
transportation program designed to promote routing efficiency but which also
allows for real-time comprehensive data on routes and the students on each route.
The parties have requested updated data on transportation routes and the Board
will provide responsive information to the parties shortly.
While all parties will be able to better articulate their conclusions after that
review, the Board believes that the area of transportation is one for which partial
unitary status may be appropriate. The United States and Private-Plaintiffs are still
awaiting data on this factor and do not yet have enough information to take a
position.
4. Extracurricular Activities – JCBE
JCBE will provide updated information to the parties concerning
extracurricular activities as part of the recently initiated review. JCBE is not

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currently aware of any concerns in the area of extracurricular activities and JCBE
does not expect that any will be identified as part of the review. However, if the
review does reveal that additional progress is needed in this area, the JCBE will
work with the Plaintiff Parties to address any concerns. The JCBE believes that,
much like transportation, the area of extracurricular activities may be one for
which consideration of partial unitary status is appropriate.
At this time, the United States and Private-Plaintiffs are awaiting additional
data from the Board on this issue and, therefore, do not yet have enough
information to take a position on whether unitary status in this area is appropriate.
5. Facilities – JCBE
The Jefferson County Board of Education serves its approximately 36,000
students in 56 schools. It operates thirteen high schools, 10 dedicated middle or
junior high schools and 32 schools serving elementary grades. JCBE also has a
number of specialized centers, including a specialized center for students with
multiple exceptionalities (Burkett Center), and two alternative schools (Jefferson
County Counseling and Learning Centers, East and West). While there are still
facility-related needs in the Jefferson County system, JCBE’s most recent capital
improvement initiative, made possible by a bond issue by the Jefferson County
Commission, addressed most of the JCBE’s critical needs and made it possible to
provide students in all communities with the benefit of attending modern, first

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class facilities. JCBE, after the County Commission authorized the bond issue,
submitted a request for approval of construction projects to the Court. See Docs.
944, 959, 963. As explained at that time, JCBE elected to construct projects that
would enhance educational opportunities in all communities served. New high
schools were constructed or major renovations were undertaken in almost every
zone that did not then have a modern high school. Schools that had been identified
as having critical needs both by consultants hired by the United States in 200211
and by a consultant hired by the JCBE itself in 200812 were either replaced or
comprehensively renovated.13 Each of these construction projects, as well as every
major construction project undertaken from 2000 to the present, was conducted
under the oversight and with the permission of this Court.
JCBE is hopeful that partial unitary status might be appropriate as to
facilities but the parties need to conduct additional review before decisions are
made by the parties in that regard. That review started in December 2014, with a
site visit by the parties to a number of Jefferson County schools, and additional site
visits are scheduled in the next few months.

The United States engaged Frank Brewer and S. Dawn Goldstine to review the district’s facilities and how
educational opportunities were impacted by those facilities.
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Recommendations from the Jefferson County School District Assessment from JBHM dated December 1, 2008
were provided to the Court in May, 2009 (See Doc. 959-3)
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The Consultants engaged by the United States identified the Brighton Junior High School facility as one in need
of immediate replacement and as the priority project for the Board. Brighton was the first school rebuilt as part of
the recent Capital Campaign.
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Private-Plaintiffs expressed concerns at that time regarding the age and
quality of some of the facilities and the removal of debris and security of facilities
in the Erwin and Minor zones which are predominately African American. PrivatePlaintiffs were informed by JCBE that it has begun addressing these concerns.
Private-Plaintiffs, however, are concerned that more comprehensive measures will
be necessary before the Board can achieve unitary status in this area.
6. Quality of Education – JCBE
As part of a review of “quality of education,” courts may consider student
discipline, access to coursework, advanced programs, student achievement gaps,
and disparities in graduation rates in reviewing this factor.
The parties have requested data from the Board concerning student
discipline as well as other “quality of education” related areas and such data is
being compiled. Once compilation and review of the data is complete, the parties
will be in a better position to evaluate what, if any, impact student discipline or
other areas identified may have on the “quality of education” factor, and hence,
desegregation.
B. Discussion of Green Factors – Hoover System
1. Student Assignment - Hoover

The Hoover system students are assigned to schools by residence within
geographic attendance zones. Hoover operates two high schools: Hoover High
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School and Spain Park High School. The Hoover High School feeder system consists
of two middle schools, Bumpus Middle School (7-8) and Simmons Middle School
(6-8); and five elementary schools, Deer Valley (K-4), Green Valley (K-5), Gwin
(K-5), South Shades Crest (K-4), Bluff Park (K-5), and Trace Crossings (K-4). The
Spain Park High School feeder system consists of one middle school, Berry Middle
School (6-8); one intermediate school, Brock’s Gap Intermediate School (5-6); and
four elementary schools, Greystone (K-5), Riverchase (K-5), Rocky Ridge (K-5),
and Shades Mountain (K-5).

As of October 2014, the Hoover system had 13,882

students enrolled, of whom 3,435, or 24.74%, are black; 8,310, or 59.86%, are white;
789, or 5.68%, are Hispanic; 919, or 6.62%, are Asian; with the remaining three
percent falling within racial categories other than those listed above. Student
enrollment by school and for the system as a whole for the 2014-2015 school year is
shown in Exhibit F.
a) Inter-District Transfers
To be eligible to attend Hoover schools, a student must either reside full-time
with a custodial parent or court-appointed guardian, or live full-time with a custodial
parent who is a full-time employee of the District. When a student lives with a
guardian, the guardianship appointment must be for reasons other than school
attendance. (See Exhibit G, representative letters sent to parents.)

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Students who reside outside of the District may attend Hoover schools under
other limited circumstances. Students who have completed their junior year in
Hoover but whose family has moved outside the city limits may finish their senior
year at the high school they attended in their junior year. Students whose parent(s)
have become incapacitated due to illness, incarcerated, or other compelling
unavoidable circumstances, may attend Hoover schools if they qualify pursuant to
Ala. Code § 26-2A-7 by filling out a Temporary Delegation of Parental
Responsibility. Students whose parent or court-appointed guardian is in the military
and are assigned to military duty abroad may attend Hoover Schools pursuant to Ala.
Code § 26-2A-7. Students whose parents live outside the school district, but who
will move into a house under construction or under contract, may begin school in
Hoover if they will become residents of Hoover by October of the school year.
Students who are homeless under the provisions of McKinney-Vento Education Act
may attend school in Hoover if that has been their school of origin. Students who
are assigned to live with foster parents living in Hoover may attend Hoover schools
if assigned by a certified governmental agency.
b) Intra-District Transfers
Students attend Hoover schools in accordance with attendance zones adopted
by the Board.

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If a student asks to attend a school different from the school zone where the
student lives, a transfer procedure must be followed. The student or student’s
parent must fill out a Transfer Form explaining the reason for the requested
transfer (copy attached as Exhibit H). The completed form must be submitted to
the principal of the school that the student would like to attend. If the receiving
school principal approves the transfer, the transfer request is submitted to the
principal of the sending school. If the principal of the sending school approves the
transfer request, the transfer request is sent to the Assistant Superintendent for
review. If the transfer is approved by the two involved principals, and is for
legitimate reasons, the transfer is approved.
The Plaintiff Parties are in the process of evaluating Hoover’s school
attendance zones, transfer policy, classroom assignments, and other student
assignment practices. The United States and Private Plaintiffs have each retained an
expert to further review this factor and assess recent student assignment proposals.
Once the Plaintiff Parties have assessed the District’s compliance with its obligation
to desegregate with regard to these areas, the Parties will engage in negotiation
toward that end in order to propose an amended Consent Decree to the Court, if
appropriate.

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2. Faculty and Staff - Hoover
For the school year 2014, Hoover employed certified employees (e.g.
teachers, principals and administrators), and noncertified employees (e.g. bus
drivers, cafeteria workers, custodians and other support workers), as shown on the
attached chart (Exhibit I):

Position
Teachers
Principals
and
Assistant
Principals
Paraprofessionals
(Counselors,
Media Specialists)
Central
Office
Administrators

Position
Bus
drivers,
Cafeteria workers
and Custodians

CERTIFIED
Total Number
Minority
1007
54
46
11

31

4

NONCERTIFIED
Total Number
Minority
719
170

Minority %
5.36%
23.91%

13.11%

Minority %
23.63%

Since 2010 Hoover has increased its non-white employment ratio of principals and
assistant principals from 13.95% to 23.91%. Hoover’s overall employment of nonwhites has declined from 2010 from 14.47% to 12.98%. The decline in overall nonwhite employment is greater in the classified positions (custodians, cafeteria staff,
etc.) than in faculty, principal, and assistant principal positions. As shown above,

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Hoover has increased its employment of non-whites in principal and assistant
principal positions by 10 percentage points. The employment of non-whites in
faculty positions has decreased less than a half a percentage point (2010: 5.45%;
2014: 5.36%). That said, the Board understands that there is more work to do in the
area of faculty and staff, particularly to address employee composition at various
schools in the system, consistent with Singleton. The Board understands that it needs
to employ a more structured employment process, focused on recruitment, selection,
hiring, training and retention, designed to achieve the objective of desegregation.
Private-Plaintiffs agree that Hoover must significantly reform and restructure
its practices for the recruitment, selection, hiring, training, retention, and assignment
of faculty and staff. In particular, Private-Plaintiffs share a concern about the
Board’s inability in recent years to retain nonwhite faculty and staff.
The parties will work to develop consensus on an approach in the area of
faculty and staff that will likely involve submission of an amended Consent Decree
as a “road map” to achievement of unitary status in this area.
3. Transportation - Hoover
Hoover provides transportation to and from school for all students as a general
rule. Students who are approved to attend school out of zone and those assigned to
attend the Alternative School are not transported by the Hoover system’s bus service.

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Hoover has addressed the feasibility of eliminating bus service as a cost saving
effort in the face of chronically declining revenues. Transportation currently costs
approximately $2.5 million a year.
On July 15, 2013, the Superintendent presented a proposal to the Board to
discontinue transportation services for regular education students. (Copy attached
as Exhibit J). The proposal was for planning purposes. The plan was submitted for
review to the United States Justice Department before submitting the proposal to the
Court, and the United States and Private-Plaintiffs conducted an analysis of the
proposal.
The United States and Private-Plaintiffs expressed serious concerns about the
plan. As a result of the concerns expressed by the Plaintiff Parties and for other
considerations, the Board withdrew the plan and will provide transportation for all
students at no cost. Private-Plaintiffs are awaiting additional information from
Hoover to begin conducting a review of the District’s transportation policies and
practices, but do not yet have enough information to take a position.
4. Extracurricular Activities - Hoover
Hoover will provide updated information to the parties concerning
extracurricular activities as part of the recently initiated review. Hoover is not
currently aware of any concerns in the area of extracurricular activities and does
not expect that any will be identified as part of the review. However, if the review

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does reveal that additional progress is needed in this area, Hoover will work with
the Plaintiff Parties to address any concerns. Hoover believes that the area of
extracurricular activities may be one for which consideration of partial unitary
status is appropriate.
At this time, the United States and Private-Plaintiffs are awaiting additional
data from the Board on this issue and, therefore, do not yet have enough
information to take a position on whether unitary status in this area is appropriate.
5. Facilities - Hoover
The Hoover City Board of Education serves approximately 14,000 students in
16 schools: two high schools, four middle or intermediate schools, and 10
elementary schools. The District also operates an alternative school known as the
Crossroads School. In response to a request for information submitted by the United
States in August 2014, the District provided a copy of its five-year capital
improvement plan. The plan calls for renovations of various facilities but does not
propose building any new schools.
Private-Plaintiffs’ counsel conducted a site visit in January 2015 to begin the
facilities review. Private-Plaintiffs plan to continue to conduct and complete a
facilities review in the next several months. Private-Plaintiffs also are awaiting
additional requested information from Hoover, and do not yet have enough
information to take a position.

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The United States is planning a site visit in February 2015 in order to evaluate
the District in the area of facilities.
6. Quality of Education - Hoover
As part of its evaluation of quality of education, on December 22, 2014, the
United States requested information regarding student discipline, both student data
and District policies and procedures. The United States and Private-Plaintiffs are
currently awaiting that information and will assess the impact of student discipline
on quality of education once the parties receive it. The United States and PrivatePlaintiffs will seek information on other quality of education factors, including but
not limited to participation in advanced courses, student achievement, and
graduation rates, and at present, do not yet have enough information to take a
position.

IV. Plan for Review
As discussed in the teleconference with the Court in December, counsel for
the United States and the plaintiff parties are fairly new to this particular case and
are attempting to quickly get “up to speed.” Both the Jefferson County and Hoover
school districts are large and it is expected to take some time to fully review
materials so as to evaluate compliance with the orders in this case and the districts'
desegregation obligations. Moreover, JCBE is currently in negotiations with the

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newly formed Gardendale Board of Education as to the transfer and operation of
schools within the municipal limits of Gardendale and, in December 2014, several
threshold matters were submitted to the State Superintendent for resolution. If
Gardendale does commence operations as expected14, it will of course change the
structure and makeup of the remaining Jefferson County school district. In
December, counsel for plaintiffs and the United States visited the Jefferson County
school district and a number of its schools. In January, Plaintiffs’ counsel visited
the Hoover school district and a number of its elementary schools. Counsel for
Private-Plaintiffs and the United States have plans for additional visits of Hoover
schools in February and March 2015.
In addition, in late December, a comprehensive request for information was
provided to both Boards. The Boards are in the process of compiling responsive
materials and information to provide to the parties. The Boards hope to have a
preliminary response to that request by February 2015. After that, there will
undoubtedly be an opportunity for follow-up requests and discussion over the next
several months.
As this review continues the parties will be in a better position to develop a
comprehensive strategy regarding JCBE to present to the Court. The strategy
could include a submission of a petition for partial unitary status in certain areas (if
14

The Gardendale Board of Education must also seek permission from this Court before it may commence
operations.
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there is agreement by all of the parties that same is appropriate), and development
of a Consent Decree to cover areas where more progress is needed. The parties to
the Hoover schools will likely follow a similar path. Given that Hoover currently
does not have a permanent superintendent, the timeline is still under review.

Respectfully submitted on this 6th day of February, 2015.

For Private Plaintiffs,
Stout, et al.:

For Defendant,
Jefferson County Board of Education:

s/ Monique N. Lin-Luse
RYAN P. HAYGOOD
MONIQUE N. LIN-LUSE
DEUEL ROSS
NAACP Legal Defense and
Educational Fund,
Inc.
40 Rector Street, 5th Floor
New York, NY 10006

s/ Whit Colvin
WHIT COLVIN (ASB 3137-C51G)
Bishop, Colvin, Johnson & Kent, LLC
1910 First Avenue North
Birmingham, Alabama 35203
Phone : (205) 251-2881
Fax: (205) 254-3987

For Plaintiff-Intervenor,
United States of America
JOYCE WHITE VANCE
United States Attorney
Northern District of Alabama
VANITA GUPTA
Assistant Attorney General
s/ Thomas A. Falkinburg
ANURIMA BHARGAVA
SHAHEENA SIMONS
THOMAS A. FALKINBURG

For Defendant,
Hoover City Board of Education
s/ Donald B. Sweeney, Jr.
DONALD B. SWEENEY, JR.
(ASB 3803-w77d)
Bradley, Arant, Boult & Cummings
One Federal Place
1819 Fifth Avenue
North
Birmingham, Alabama 35203
Phone : (205) 521-8295

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NATANE SINGLETON
VERONICA PERCIA
United States Department of Justice
Civil Rights Division
Educational Opportunities Section
950 Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20530
Telephone: (202) 514-4092
Facsimile: (202) 514-8337

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CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE
I electronically filed the foregoing Joint Report to the Court with the Clerk
of the Court using the CM/ECF system which will send notification of such filing
to the following:
JOYCE WHITE VANCE, ESQ.

SHARON D. KELLY, ESQ.

United States Attorney
1801 4th Avenue North
Birmingham, AL 35203

Assistant United States Attorney
1801 4th Avenue North
Birmingham, AL 35203

THOMAS A. FALKINBURG, ESQ.
SHAHEENA A. SIMONS

NATANE SINGLETON
VERONICA PERCIA

DONALD B. SWEENEY, JR., ESQ.

United States Department of Justice
Civil Rights Division
Educational Opportunities Section
Patrick Henry Building
Washington, DC 20530
Counsel for Plaintiff-Intervenor

Bradley, Arant, Boult & Cummings
One Federal Place
1819 Fifth Avenue North
Birmingham, AL 35203
Attorney for Defendant
Hoover City Board of Education

MONIQUE LIN-LUSE, ESQ.
RYAN HAYGOOD
DEUEL ROSS
NAACP Legal Defense and
Educational Fund, Inc.
40 Rector Street, 5th Floor
New York, NY 10006
Counsel for Plaintiffs

on this the 6th day of February, 2015.
s/ Whit Colvin
Whit Colvin

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FILED
2015 Feb-06 PM 04:52
U.S. DISTRICT COURT
N.D. OF ALABAMA

IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE NORTHERN DISTRICT OF ALABAMA
SOUTHERN DIVISION

______________

LINDA STOUT, et al., and UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
v.
JEFFERSON COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION, et al.

CIVIL ACTION NUMBER 2:65-CV-0396-MHH

______________

EXHIBIT A

TO

JOINT REPORT TO THE COURT

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Jef
f
er
son Count
ySchoolDi
st
r
i
ct

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Bagl
eySchoolZone

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Br
i
ght
on SchoolZone

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Br
ookvi
l
l
e/ Bot
t
enf
i
el
d
SchoolZone

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Br
ookvi
l
l
e-Br
agg SchoolZone

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Br
yan SchoolZone

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FILED

Cent
er
poi
ntSchoolZone
2015 Feb-06 PM 04:52
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N.D. OF ALABAMA

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Chal
kvi
l
l
eSchoolZone

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Cl
aySchoolZone

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Concor
d SchoolZone

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Cor
nerSchoolZone

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Cr
uml
eyChapelSchoolZone

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Ful
t
ondal
e/ Br
agg SchoolZone

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Ful
t
ondal
eSchoolZone

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Gar
dendal
eSchoolZone

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Gr
eenwoodSchoolZone

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FILED
2015 Feb-06 PM 04:52
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N.D. OF ALABAMA

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Hi
l
l
vi
ew SchoolZone

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Hueyt
own SchoolZone

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Int
er
i
m Cl
ayChal
kvi
l
l
eSchoolZone

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Int
er
i
m Pi
nson SchoolZone

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Int
er
i
m ShadesVal
l
eySchoolZone

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Ir
ondal
eSchoolZone

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Li
pscomb SchoolZone

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McAdor
ySchoolZone

FILED
2015 Feb-06 PM 04:52
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N.D. OF ALABAMA

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Mi
norCommuni
t
ySchoolZone

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MountOl
i
ve/ MJHS
SchoolZone

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MountOl
i
veSchoolZone

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Nor
t
h Hi
ghl
and SchoolZone

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OakGr
oveSchoolZone

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Pi
nson / MJHS SchoolZone

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Pi
nson SchoolZone

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Pl
easantGr
oveSchoolZone

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Snow Roger
s/ Gar
dendal
e
SchoolZone

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Snow Roger
s/ MJHS
SchoolZone

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W ar
r
i
orSchoolZone

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W estJef
f/ Bot
t
enf
i
el
d / Mi
nor
SchoolZone

W estJef
f
er
son / Cor
ner
SchoolZone

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W estJef
f
er
son / OakGr
ove
SchoolZone

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FILED
2015 Feb-06 PM 04:52
U.S. DISTRICT COURT
N.D. OF ALABAMA

IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE NORTHERN DISTRICT OF ALABAMA
SOUTHERN DIVISION

______________

LINDA STOUT, et al., and UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
v.
JEFFERSON COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION, et al.

CIVIL ACTION NUMBER 2:65-CV-0396-MHH

______________

EXHIBIT B

TO

JOINT REPORT TO THE COURT

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Jef
f
er
son Count
yHi
gh SchoolZones
Mor
t
i
merJor
dan
Cor
ner

Pi
nson

Gar
dendal
e
Cent
er
poi
nt
Ful
t
ondal
e
Mi
nor

ShadesVal
l
ey

Pl
easantGr
ove
OakGr
ove
Hueyt
own

McAdor
y

Cl
ay

Cent
erPoi
ntHi
gh SchoolZone

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Cl
ayChal
kvi
l
l
eHi
gh SchoolZone

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Cor
nerHi
gh SchoolZone

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Ful
t
ondal
eHi
gh SchoolZone

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Gar
dendal
eHi
gh SchoolZone

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Hueyt
own Hi
gh SchoolZone

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McAdor
yHi
gh SchoolZone

FILED
2015 Feb-06 PM 04:52
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N.D. OF ALABAMA

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Mi
norHi
gh SchoolZone

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Mor
t
i
merJor
dan Hi
gh SchoolZone

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OakGr
oveHi
gh SchoolZone

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Pi
nson Hi
gh SchoolZone

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Pl
easantGr
oveHi
gh SchoolZone

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ShadesVal
l
eySchoolZone

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FILED
2015 Feb-06 PM 04:52
U.S. DISTRICT COURT
N.D. OF ALABAMA

IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE NORTHERN DISTRICT OF ALABAMA
SOUTHERN DIVISION

______________

LINDA STOUT, et al., and UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
v.
JEFFERSON COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION, et al.

CIVIL ACTION NUMBER 2:65-CV-0396-MHH

______________

EXHIBIT C

TO

JOINT REPORT TO THE COURT

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FILED
2015 Feb-06 PM 04:52
U.S. DISTRICT COURT
N.D. OF ALABAMA

IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE NORTHERN DISTRICT OF ALABAMA
SOUTHERN DIVISION

______________

LINDA STOUT, et al., and UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
v.
JEFFERSON COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION, et al.

CIVIL ACTION NUMBER 2:65-CV-0396-MHH

______________

EXHIBIT D

TO

JOINT REPORT TO THE COURT

Case 2:65-cv-00396-MHH Document 998-8 Filed 02/06/15 Page 2 of 2

JEFFERSON COUNTY SCHOOL SYSTEM
OCTOBER 13, 2014 - FEDERAL COURT REPORT - STUDENTS
ENROLLMENT

SCHOOLS
W

Adamsville Elem
Bagley Jr
Bottenfield Mid
Bragg Middle
Brighton Middle
Brookville Elem
Bryan Elem
Burkett Center
Center Point Elem
Center Point High
Chalkville Elem
Clay Elem
Clay-Chalkville Mid
Clay-Chalkville High
Concord Elem
Corner School
Corner High
Crumly Chapel Elem
Erwin Intermediate
Erwin Middle
Fultondale Elem
Fultondale High
Gardendale Elem
Gardendale High
Grantswood Comm
Greenwood Elem
Gresham Elem
Hillview Elem
Hueytown Elem
Hueytown Middle
Hueytown High
Irondale Comm
Irondale Mid
Johnson Elem
Lipscomb Elem
McAdory Elem
McAdory Middle
McAdory High
Minor Comm
Minor High
Mortimer Jordan
Mount Olive Elem
North Highland Elem
North Jefferson Mid
Oak Grove Elem
Oak Grove High
Pinson Elem
Pinson Valley High
Pleasant Grove Elem
Pleasant Grove Mid
Pleasant Grove High
Rudd Mid
Shades Valley High
Snow Rogers Elem
Warrior Elem
West Jefferson Elem
SYSTEM TOTAL

B

92
200
501
2
82
578
590
233
16
345
154
46
681
13
38
41
12
618
14
808
117
968
388
186
293
609
466
817
355
4
538
1
529
2
30
299
7
598
4
627
252
292
288
234
653
212
773
267
78
184
113
99
62
230
3
267
441
333
421
292
534
479
62
234
84
342
318
284
24
97
611
399
384
341
463
455
139
241
114
903
695
54
317
7
121
141
543
29
518
10
825
28
315
297
512
424
148
419
83
295
118
397
315
307
392
815
167
9
239
46
132
2
16164 16460

PERCENTAGE

A

P

AI

H

M

0
0
1
8
0
0
5
0
2
0
15
3
10
8
0
2
1
0
2
0
5
3
6
10
2
1
4
0
10
2
3
1
6
1
0
4
3
3
1
2
2
1
1
2
0
0
2
0
2
1
1
4
32
5
1
0
178

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
3
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
8

1
1
1
2
0
0
3
1
0
0
0
2
2
2
0
0
2
1
0
0
0
1
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
0
3
0
0
0
1
1
0
1
3
0
0
2
2
6
0
0
2
0
0
0
1
0
0
3
48

19
5
21
18
151
7
12
5
40
19
65
27
47
53
3
1
3
20
24
13
215
136
20
23
109
30
56
13
55
27
53
71
98
158
95
68
85
72
9
20
7
3
18
7
2
5
185
145
10
2
7
123
95
7
0
5
2587

5
5
6
10
6
12
8
3
13
3
41
11
13
16
5
7
1
6
4
4
33
11
31
6
16
6
12
0
13
8
11
12
6
18
6
32
9
11
7
5
3
8
9
4
14
1
36
4
14
1
1
11
17
2
13
3
573

TOTAL

W

B

317 29.02% 63.09%
514 97.47% 0.39%
689 11.90% 83.89%
861 68.52% 27.06%
518 3.09% 66.60%
219 70.32% 21.00%
722 94.32% 1.80%
89 42.70% 46.07%
685 1.75% 90.22%
844 1.66% 95.73%
1208 9.69% 80.13%
617 62.88% 30.15%
974 30.08% 62.53%
1362 34.21% 59.99%
367 96.73% 1.09%
549 98.00% 0.18%
538 98.33% 0.37%
356 8.43% 83.99%
635 1.10% 94.17%
648 0.62% 96.76%
797 31.62% 36.64%
676 42.60% 34.62%
924 70.67% 22.94%
1079 71.64% 24.75%
389 20.05% 47.30%
249 45.38% 39.76%
364 17.03% 63.19%
283 1.06% 94.35%
852 51.76% 39.08%
750 56.13% 38.93%
1082 49.35% 44.27%
380 16.32% 61.58%
540 15.56% 63.33%
779 40.82% 36.46%
222 10.81% 43.69%
1114 54.85% 35.82%
823 46.66% 41.43%
1005 46.07% 45.27%
397 35.01% 60.71%
1045 10.91% 86.41%
764 90.97% 7.07%
336 94.35% 2.08%
290 41.72% 48.62%
587 92.50% 4.94%
546 94.87% 1.83%
865 95.38% 3.24%
836 37.68% 35.53%
1085 47.19% 39.08%
595 24.87% 70.42%
382 21.73% 77.23%
524 22.52% 75.76%
760 41.45% 40.39%
1352 28.99% 60.28%
190 87.89% 4.74%
299 79.93% 15.38%
145 91.03% 1.38%
36018 44.88% 45.70%

A

P

AI

H

0.00%
0.00%
0.15%
0.93%
0.00%
0.00%
0.69%
0.00%
0.29%
0.00%
1.24%
0.49%
1.03%
0.59%
0.00%
0.36%
0.19%
0.00%
0.31%
0.00%
0.63%
0.44%
0.65%
0.93%
0.51%
0.40%
1.10%
0.00%
1.17%
0.27%
0.28%
0.26%
1.11%
0.13%
0.00%
0.36%
0.36%
0.30%
0.25%
0.19%
0.26%
0.30%
0.34%
0.34%
0.00%
0.00%
0.24%
0.00%
0.34%
0.26%
0.19%
0.53%
2.37%
2.63%
0.33%
0.00%

0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
1.12%
0.00%
0.00%
0.17%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.44%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.19%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.12%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%

0.32%
0.19%
0.15%
0.23%
0.00%
0.00%
0.42%
1.12%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.32%
0.21%
0.15%
0.00%
0.00%
0.37%
0.28%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.15%
0.22%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.18%
0.00%
0.56%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.12%
0.10%
0.00%
0.10%
0.39%
0.00%
0.00%
0.34%
0.37%
0.69%
0.00%
0.00%
0.34%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.07%
0.00%
0.00%
2.07%

5.99%
0.97%
3.05%
2.09%
29.15%
3.20%
1.66%
5.62%
5.84%
2.25%
5.38%
4.38%
4.83%
3.89%
0.82%
0.18%
0.56%
5.62%
3.78%
2.01%
26.98%
20.12%
2.16%
2.13%
28.02%
12.05%
15.38%
4.59%
6.46%
3.60%
4.90%
18.68%
18.15%
20.28%
42.79%
6.10%
10.33%
7.16%
2.27%
1.91%
0.92%
0.89%
6.21%
1.19%
0.37%
0.58%
22.13%
13.36%
1.68%
0.52%
1.34%
16.18%
7.03%
3.68%
0.00%
3.45%

1.58%
0.97%
0.87%
1.16%
1.16%
5.48%
1.11%
3.37%
1.90%
0.36%
3.39%
1.78%
1.33%
1.17%
1.36%
1.28%
0.19%
1.69%
0.63%
0.62%
4.14%
1.63%
3.35%
0.56%
4.11%
2.41%
3.30%
0.00%
1.53%
1.07%
1.02%
3.16%
1.11%
2.31%
2.70%
2.87%
1.09%
1.09%
1.76%
0.48%
0.39%
2.38%
3.10%
0.68%
2.56%
0.12%
4.31%
0.37%
2.35%
0.26%
0.19%
1.45%
1.26%
1.05%
4.35%
2.07%

0.49%

0.02%

0.13%

7.18%

1.59%

Ethnic Codes: W - White B - Black A - Asian P - Pacific Islander AI -American Indian or Alaskan Native N - NonSpecified M-Multi Race 2 or more

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FILED
2015 Feb-06 PM 04:52
U.S. DISTRICT COURT
N.D. OF ALABAMA

IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE NORTHERN DISTRICT OF ALABAMA
SOUTHERN DIVISION

______________

LINDA STOUT, et al., and UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
v.
JEFFERSON COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION, et al.

CIVIL ACTION NUMBER 2:65-CV-0396-MHH

______________

EXHIBIT E

TO

JOINT REPORT TO THE COURT

Case 2:65-cv-00396-MHH Document 998-9 Filed 02/06/15 Page 2 of 13
JEFFERSON COUNTY SCHOOL SYSTEM
2003-04- ETHNIC COMPOSITION -THIRD 20-DAY PERIOD ENDING 11/05/03
ENROLLMENT

SCHOOLS

B

H

TOTAL

W

B

Adamsville Elem

225

159

9

H

A/PI

AI/AN

N

393

57.25%

40.46%

2.29%

0.00%

0.00%

0.00%

Bagley Jr

644

Bottenfield Middle

310

636

9

2

644

100.00%

0.00%

0.00%

0.00%

0.00%

0.00%

957

32.39%

66.46%

0.94%

0.21%

0.00%

Bragg Middle

677

87

3

3

0.00%

770

87.92%

11.30%

0.39%

0.39%

0.00%

Brighton Middle

6

329

42

0.00%

377

1.59%

87.27%

11.14%

0.00%

0.00%

Brookville Elem

198

61

2

3

0.00%

1

265

74.72%

23.02%

0.75%

1.13%

0.38%

Bryan Elem

820

18

2

1

0.00%

1

842

97.39%

2.14%

0.24%

0.12%

0.12%

Burkett Center

38

10

0.00%

48

79.17%

20.83%

0.00%

0.00%

0.00%

Center Point Elem

96

451

26

2

0.00%

575

16.70%

78.43%

4.52%

0.35%

0.00%

Chalkville Elem

610

476

25

11

2

0.00%

1,128

54.08%

42.20%

2.22%

0.98%

0.18%

Clay Elem

778

28

10

8

0.35%

1

825

94.30%

3.39%

1.21%

0.97%

0.12%

Clay-Chalkville Middle

871

262

15

0.00%

4

3

1,155

75.41%

22.68%

1.30%

0.35%

0.26%

1,152

230

0.00%

11

6

1

1,400

82.29%

16.43%

0.79%

0.43%

0.07%

Concord Elem

340

0.00%

2

1

2

345

98.55%

0.58%

0.29%

0.58%

0.00%

Corner High

0.00%

996

2

2

1

1

1,002

99.40%

0.20%

0.20%

0.10%

0.10%

0.00%

Crumly Chapel Elem

142

328

1

1

2

474

29.96%

69.20%

0.21%

0.21%

0.42%

0.00%

Dabbs Area Voc Ctr

17

6

1

24

70.83%

25.00%

4.17%

0.00%

0.00%

0.00%

Erwin Elem

106

677

34

4

1

822

12.90%

82.36%

4.14%

0.49%

0.12%

0.00%

Erwin High

211

886

27

2

2

1,128

18.71%

78.55%

2.39%

0.18%

0.18%

0.00%

Fultondale Elem

436

164

31

3

1

641

68.02%

25.59%

4.84%

0.47%

0.16%

0.94%

Fultondale High

379

71

20

2

1

473

80.13%

15.01%

4.23%

0.42%

0.21%

0.00%

Gardendale Elem

549

39

9

4

601

91.35%

6.49%

1.50%

0.67%

0.00%

0.00%

Gardendale High

746

128

2

5

881

84.68%

14.53%

0.23%

0.57%

0.00%

0.00%

97

139

22

4

266

36.47%

52.26%

8.27%

1.50%

0.00%

1.50%

Greenwood Elem

151

42

12

3

208

72.60%

20.19%

5.77%

1.44%

0.00%

0.00%

Gresham Elem

184

116

11

10

9

330

55.76%

35.15%

3.33%

3.03%

2.73%

0.00%

Gresham Middle

253

230

27

5

1

517

48.94%

44.49%

5.22%

0.97%

0.19%

0.19%

Hewitt-Trussville Middle

844

71

14

15

1

945

89.31%

7.51%

1.48%

1.59%

0.11%

0.00%

1,077

74

12

13

1

1,177

91.50%

6.29%

1.02%

1.10%

0.09%

0.00%

6

261

11

278

2.16%

93.88%

3.96%

0.00%

0.00%

0.00%

Hueytown Elem

510

261

12

3

786

64.89%

33.21%

1.53%

0.38%

0.00%

0.00%

Hueytown High

613

348

6

3

970

63.20%

35.88%

0.62%

0.31%

0.00%

0.00%

96

159

28

1

284

33.80%

55.99%

9.86%

0.35%

0.00%

0.00%

Johnson Elem

626

143

36

1

807

77.57%

17.72%

4.46%

0.12%

0.12%

0.00%

Lipscomb Elem

37

155

14

206

17.96%

75.24%

6.80%

0.00%

0.00%

0.00%

McAdory Elem

663

203

7

3

1

880

75.34%

23.07%

0.80%

0.34%

0.11%

0.34%

McAdory High

841

521

18

6

2

1,388

60.59%

37.54%

1.30%

0.43%

0.14%

0.00%

Minor Community

262

167

3

2

434

60.37%

38.48%

0.69%

0.46%

0.00%

0.00%

Minor High

434

813

9

5

1

1,262

34.39%

64.42%

0.71%

0.40%

0.08%

0.00%

Mortimer Jordan High

876

47

3

2

2

930

94.19%

5.05%

0.32%

0.22%

0.22%

0.00%

Mount Olive Elem

371

2

373

99.46%

0.00%

0.00%

0.00%

0.54%

0.00%

North Highland Elem

305

110

1

417

73.14%

26.38%

0.24%

0.24%

0.00%

0.00%

Oak Grove Elem

584

12

2

599

97.50%

2.00%

0.33%

0.00%

0.17%

0.00%

Oak Grove High

802

38

1

3

844

95.02%

4.50%

0.12%

0.36%

0.00%

0.00%

Paine Primary

767

45

12

13

838

91.53%

5.37%

1.43%

1.55%

0.12%

0.00%

Paine Interm.

822

49

19

10

901

91.23%

5.44%

2.11%

1.11%

0.00%

0.11%

Pinson Elem

512

146

36

3

697

73.46%

20.95%

5.17%

0.43%

0.00%

0.00%

Pinson Valley High

804

184

25

8

1,023

78.59%

17.99%

2.44%

0.78%

0.10%

0.10%

Pittman Middle

553

263

1

4

821

67.36%

32.03%

0.12%

0.49%

0.00%

0.00%

Pleasant Grove Elem

614

325

1

2

5

947

64.84%

34.32%

0.11%

0.21%

0.00%

0.53%

Pleasant Grove High

554

394

2

3

1

954

58.07%

41.30%

0.21%

0.31%

0.00%

0.10%

101

101

0.00%

0.00%

0.00%

0.00%

0.00%

100.00%

845

76.33%

19.53%

3.55%

0.59%

0.00%

0.00%

1

1,143

63.69%

32.46%

1.75%

1.66%

0.35%

0.09%

227

97.80%

2.20%

0.00%

0.00%

0.00%

0.00%

374

79.68%

20.05%

0.27%

0.00%

0.00%

0.00%

186

91.40%

8.06%

0.00%

0.54%

0.00%

0.00%

38,728

68.86%

28.40%

1.75%

0.55%

0.12%

0.33%

Clay-Chalkville High

Grantswood Community

Hewitt-Trussville High
Hillview Elem

Irondale Community

A/PI

PERCENTAGE

W

AI/AN

1

1
3

1

645

165

30

5

Shades Valley High

728

371

20

19

Snow Rogers Elem

222

5

Warrior High

298

75

West Jefferson High

170

15

26,668

10,997

W . . White

6

1

Rudd Middle

Racial Categories:
cc

4

4

1
1
1

Residential Facilities

SYSTEM TOTAL

N

4

1

1
1
678

B . . Black

212

45

H . . Hispanic

128

A . . Asian/Pacific islander

I . . . American Indian/Alaska Native

N . . Not Given

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JEFFERSON COUNTY SCHOOL SYSTEM
2006-2007 ETHNIC COMPOSITION REPORT
Year
SchoolName
Adamsville Elementary School
Bagley Junior High School
Bottenfield Middle School
Bragg Middle School
Brighton Middle School
Brookville Elementary School
Bryan Elementary School
Center Point Elementary School
Chalkville Elementary School
Clay Elementary School
Clay-Chalkville High School
Clay-Chalkville Middle School
Concord Elementary School
Corner High School
Crumly Chapel Elementary School
Erwin Elementary School
Erwin High School
Fultondale Elementary School
Fultondale High School
Gardendale Elementary School
Gardendale High School
Greenwood Elementary School
Hillview Elementary School
Hueytown Elementary School
Hueytown High School
Irondale Community School
Kermit Johnson School
Lipscomb Elementary School
McAdory High School
McAdory Elementary School
Minor Community School
Minor High School
Mortimer Jordan High School
Mount Olive Elementary School
North Highland Elementary Schoo
North Jefferson Middle School
Gresham Elementary School
Gresham Middle School
Oak Grove Elementary School
Oak Grove High School
Pinson Elementary School
Pinson Valley High School
Hueytown Middle School
Pleasant Grove High School
Pleasant Grove Elementary Schoo
Rudd Middle School
Shades Valley High School
Snow Rogers Elementary School
Grantswood Community Elementary
William E Burkett Multi-Handica
Warrior Elementary School
West Jefferson Elementary Schoo

ENROLLMENT
Black White Hispanic Asian Indian Total
176
174
5
1
1
357
1
651
1
0
0
653
763
222
15
9
1 1,010
116
685
12
3
0
816
280
22
56
0
0
358
77
173
2
1
0
253
10
706
8
1
2
727
629
35
43
1
0
708
711
455
46
7
0 1,219
104
672
13
5
6
800
450
976
25
9
1 1,461
432
672
18
12
2 1,136
7
321
1
0
0
329
1 1,001
4
1
0 1,007
362
63
3
0
2
430
688
43
26
3
0
760
1,109
67
34
6
0 1,216
163
373
81
10
0
627
95
302
40
5
2
444
69
625
16
5
0
715
145
794
12
7
1
959
63
155
6
1
0
225
320
12
9
1
0
342
316
517
18
0
1
852
398
600
22
4
1 1,025
198
98
33
4
0
333
200
520
63
4
0
787
129
26
51
0
1
207
675
866
46
4
1 1,592
263
685
20
4
0
972
195
188
2
5
0
390
1,008
221
10
7
0 1,246
42
685
2
1
0
730
3
402
0
0
0
405
126
225
5
4
0
360
44
563
3
1
1
612
173
113
22
11
3
322
368
146
31
4
4
553
13
608
2
1
2
626
37
857
0
3
2
899
197
480
88
6
0
771
257
709
49
9
1 1,025
274
529
7
1
0
811
541
477
4
0
1 1,023
559
421
4
0
3
987
233
585
50
1
0
869
548
584
40
25
1 1,198
3
231
1
0
0
235
170
94
54
2
0
320
22
32
0
1
0
55
58
212
5
1
0
276
9
146
0
0
3
158
13,830 21,019
1,108
191
43 36,191

PERCENTAGE
Black White
Hispanic Asian
49.30% 48.74%
1.40% 0.28%
0.15% 99.69%
0.15% 0.00%
75.54% 21.98%
1.49% 0.89%
14.22% 83.95%
1.47% 0.37%
78.21%
6.15% 15.64% 0.00%
30.43% 68.38%
0.79% 0.40%
1.38% 97.11%
1.10% 0.14%
88.84%
4.94%
6.07% 0.14%
58.33% 37.33%
3.77% 0.57%
13.00% 84.00%
1.63% 0.63%
30.80% 66.80%
1.71% 0.62%
38.03% 59.15%
1.58% 1.06%
2.13% 97.57%
0.30% 0.00%
0.10% 99.40%
0.40% 0.10%
84.19% 14.65%
0.70% 0.00%
90.53%
5.66%
3.42% 0.39%
91.20%
5.51%
2.80% 0.49%
26.00% 59.49% 12.92% 1.59%
21.40% 68.02%
9.01% 1.13%
9.65% 87.41%
2.24% 0.70%
15.12% 82.79%
1.25% 0.73%
28.00% 68.89%
2.67% 0.44%
93.57%
3.51%
2.63% 0.29%
37.09% 60.68%
2.11% 0.00%
38.83% 58.54%
2.15% 0.39%
59.46% 29.43%
9.91% 1.20%
25.41% 66.07%
8.01% 0.51%
62.32% 12.56% 24.64% 0.00%
42.40% 54.40%
2.89% 0.25%
27.06% 70.47%
2.06% 0.41%
50.00% 48.21%
0.51% 1.28%
80.90% 17.74%
0.80% 0.56%
5.75% 93.84%
0.27% 0.14%
0.74% 99.26%
0.00% 0.00%
35.00% 62.50%
1.39% 1.11%
7.19% 91.99%
0.49% 0.16%
53.73% 35.09%
6.83% 3.42%
66.55% 26.40%
5.61% 0.72%
2.08% 97.12%
0.32% 0.16%
4.12% 95.33%
0.00% 0.33%
25.55% 62.26% 11.41% 0.78%
25.07% 69.17%
4.78% 0.88%
33.79% 65.23%
0.86% 0.12%
52.88% 46.63%
0.39% 0.00%
56.64% 42.65%
0.41% 0.00%
26.81% 67.32%
5.75% 0.12%
45.74% 48.75%
3.34% 2.09%
1.28% 98.30%
0.43% 0.00%
53.13% 29.38% 16.88% 0.63%
40.00% 58.18%
0.00% 1.82%
21.01% 76.81%
1.81% 0.36%
5.70% 92.41%
0.00% 0.00%
38.21% 58.08%
3.06% 0.53%

Indian
0.28%
0.00%
0.10%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.28%
0.00%
0.00%
0.75%
0.07%
0.18%
0.00%
0.00%
0.47%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.45%
0.00%
0.10%
0.00%
0.00%
0.12%
0.10%
0.00%
0.00%
0.48%
0.06%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.16%
0.93%
0.72%
0.32%
0.22%
0.00%
0.10%
0.00%
0.10%
0.30%
0.00%
0.08%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
1.90%
0.12%

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JEFFERSON COUNTY SCHOOL SYSTEM
2008-09 - ETHNIC COMPOSITION - 20-DAY AFTER LABOR DAY ENDING SEPTEMBER 29, 2008
ENROLLMENT

SCHOOLS

PERCENTAGE

W

B

H

Adamsville Elem

129

200

13

10

1

0

Bagley Jr High
Bottenfield Mid
Bragg Middle

596
154
632

1
644
162

1
13
14

0
0
7

0
0
0

0
0
2

9
189
711
33
24
356
592
576
779
332
1,075
61
8
30
47
385
296
664
824
92
133
98
7
439
520
561
85
153
464
29
697
845
159
192
696
436
210
579
601
882
425
612
315
362
0
520
511
197
231
153

267
91
8
25
550
784
191
479
511
11
0
347
6
710
1,159
242
145
135
169
167
71
198
282
355
261
397
248
388
228
106
275
717
229
999
50
4
119
37
24
14
228
308
573
598
0
246
672
15
52
6

69
5
10
1
23
61
18
29
18
0
5
2
0
37
40
136
58
23
19
55
3
24
12
16
10
27
46
41
95
57
29
67
2
20
3
1
8
2
1
0
102
70
7
3
0
67
56
3
3
1

0
0
1
1
0
8
6
13
10
0
2
0
0
2
3
7
2
8
7
3
4
5
0
4
3
2
3
4
1
0
6
3
2
1
1
0
2
2
1
0
6
4
2
1
0
4
25
0
0
0

0
0
2
0
0
2
2
1
2
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
1
2
1
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
1
2
0
0
1
1
0
0
2
2
0
0
3
0
0
1
3
0
0
3

3
0
0
0
7
16
5
7
3
0
0
0
0
5
0
4
1
3
0
8
0
8
0
0
0
6
3
2
0
0
9
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
0
10
0
7
1
85
0
4
0
2
0

19,706 14,704 1,426

176

38

Brighton Middle
Brookville Elem
Bryan Elem
Burkett Center
Center Point Elem
Chalkville Elem
Clay Elem
Clay-Chalkville Mid
Clay-Chalkville High
Concord Elem
Corner High
Crumly Chapel Elem
Dabbs Area Voc Ctr
Erwin Elem
Erwin High
Fultondale Elem
Fultondale High
Gardendale Elem
Gardendale High
Grantswood Comm
Greenwood Elem
Gresham Elem
Hillview Elem
Hueytown Elem
Hueytown Middle
Hueytown High
Irondale Comm
Irondale Mid
Johnson Elem
Lipscomb Elem
McAdory Elem
McAdory High
Minor Comm
Minor High
Mortimer Jordan
Mount Olive Elem
North Highland Elem
North Jefferson Mid
Oak Grove Elem
Oak Grove High
Pinson Elem
Pinson Valley High
Pleasant Grove Elem
Pleasant Grove High
Residential Facilities
Rudd Mid
Shades Valley High
Snow Rogers Elem
Warrior Elem
West Jefferson Elem
SYSTEM TOTAL

Racial Categories:

cc

.......

A/PI AI/AN

N TOTAL

W

B

353

36.54%

598
811
817

99.67%
18.99%
77.36%

348
285
732
60
604
1,227
814
1,105
1,323
343
1,082
411
14
784
1,249
774
503
835
1,020
326
211
334
301
814
794
993
385
589
788
193
1,017
1,634
392
1,212
751
442
339
620
631
898
771
994
907
965
85
838
1,271
215
288
163

2.59%
66.32%
97.13%
55.00%
3.97%
29.01%
72.73%
52.13%
58.88%
96.79%
99.35%
14.84%
57.14%
3.83%
3.76%
49.74%
58.85%
79.52%
80.78%
28.22%
63.03%
29.34%
2.33%
53.93%
65.49%
56.50%
22.08%
25.98%
58.88%
15.03%
68.53%
51.71%
40.56%
15.84%
92.68%
98.64%
61.95%
93.39%
95.25%
98.22%
55.12%
61.57%
34.73%
37.51%
0.00%
62.05%
40.20%
91.63%
80.21%
93.87%

203 36,253

W . . White
B . . Black

H . . Hispanic
A/PI . . Asian/Pacific Islander

..

.

H

A/PI

AI/AN

N

56.66%

3.68%

2.83%

0.28%

0.00%

0.17%
79.41%
19.83%

0.17%
1.60%
1.71%

0.00%
0.00%
0.86%

0.00%
0.00%
0.00%

0.00%
0.00%
0.24%

76.72%
31.93%
1.09%
41.67%
91.06%
63.90%
23.46%
43.35%
38.62%
3.21%
0.00%
84.43%
42.86%
90.56%
92.79%
31.27%
28.83%
16.17%
16.57%
51.23%
33.65%
59.28%
93.69%
43.61%
32.87%
39.98%
64.42%
65.87%
28.93%
54.92%
27.04%
43.88%
58.42%
82.43%
6.66%
0.91%
35.10%
5.97%
3.80%
1.56%
29.57%
30.99%
63.18%
61.97%
0.00%
29.36%
52.87%
6.98%
18.06%
3.68%

19.83%
1.75%
1.37%
1.67%
3.81%
4.97%
2.21%
2.62%
1.36%
0.00%
0.46%
0.49%
0.00%
4.72%
3.20%
17.57%
11.53%
2.75%
1.86%
16.87%
1.42%
7.19%
3.99%
1.97%
1.26%
2.72%
11.95%
6.96%
12.06%
29.53%
2.85%
4.10%
0.51%
1.65%
0.40%
0.23%
2.36%
0.32%
0.16%
0.00%
13.23%
7.04%
0.77%
0.31%
0.00%
8.00%
4.41%
1.40%
1.04%
0.61%

0.00%
0.00%
0.14%
1.67%
0.00%
0.65%
0.74%
1.18%
0.76%
0.00%
0.18%
0.00%
0.00%
0.26%
0.24%
0.90%
0.40%
0.96%
0.69%
0.92%
1.90%
1.50%
0.00%
0.49%
0.38%
0.20%
0.78%
0.68%
0.13%
0.00%
0.59%
0.18%
0.51%
0.08%
0.13%
0.00%
0.59%
0.32%
0.16%
0.00%
0.78%
0.40%
0.22%
0.10%
0.00%
0.48%
1.97%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%

0.00%
0.86%
0.00%
0.00%
0.27%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
1.16%
0.16%
1.30%
0.25%
0.61%
0.09%
0.63%
0.15%
0.23%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.24%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.64%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.52%
0.20%
0.20%
0.24%
0.36%
0.10%
0.00%
0.31%
2.45%
0.00%
0.00%
0.30%
2.40%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.60%
0.00%
0.78%
0.17%
0.34%
0.00%
0.00%
0.52%
0.00%
0.10%
0.89%
0.12%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.13%
0.00%
0.23%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.32%
0.32%
0.22%
0.00%
0.00%
1.30%
0.00%
0.00%
0.33%
0.77%
0.00%
0.10%
0.00% 100.00%
0.12%
0.00%
0.24%
0.31%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.69%
1.84%
0.00%

54.36% 40.56% 3.93% 0.49%

0.10%

AI/AN . American Indian/Alaska Native
N . Not Given
10/29/08

0.56%

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JEFFERSON COUNTY SCHOOL SYSTEM
2009-10 - ETHNIC COMPOSITION - 20-DAY AFTER LABOR DAY ENDING OCTOBER 5, 2009
ENROLLMENT

SCHOOLS

PERCENTAGE

W

B

H

A/PI

AI/AN

N

TOTAL

W

B

H

A/PI

AI/AN

N

Adamsville Elem

136

220

9

5

2

0

372

36.56%

59.14%

2.42%

1.34%

0.54%

0.00%

Bagley Jr High

569

0

2

0

0

0

571

99.65%

0.00%

0.35%

0.00%

0.00%

0.00%

Bottenfield Mid

150

645

14

1

0

0

810

18.52%

79.63%

1.73%

0.12%

0.00%

0.00%

Bragg Middle

0.11%

673

177

14

7

0

1

872

77.18%

20.30%

1.61%

0.80%

0.00%

Brighton Middle

10

229

72

0

0

2

313

3.19%

73.16%

23.00%

0.00%

0.00%

0.64%

Brookville Elem

195

93

6

0

0

0

294

66.33%

31.63%

2.04%

0.00%

0.00%

0.00%

Bryan Elem

681

12

12

3

2

0

710

95.92%

1.69%

1.69%

0.42%

0.28%

0.00%

30

26

2

1

0

0

59

50.85%

44.07%

3.39%

1.69%

0.00%

0.00%

Burkett Center
Center Point Elem

25

542

21

0

0

4

592

4.22%

91.55%

3.55%

0.00%

0.00%

0.68%

Chalkville Elem

286

847

56

10

3

16

1,218

23.48%

69.54%

4.60%

0.82%

0.25%

1.31%

Clay Elem

522

163

25

4

2

9

725

72.00%

22.48%

3.45%

0.55%

0.28%

1.24%

Clay-Chalkville Mid

506

499

32

10

1

4

1,052

48.10%

47.43%

3.04%

0.95%

0.10%

0.38%

Clay-Chalkville High

713

553

26

9

0

4

1,305

54.64%

42.38%

1.99%

0.69%

0.00%

0.31%

Concord Elem

345

11

0

0

0

0

356

96.91%

3.09%

0.00%

0.00%

0.00%

0.00%

Corner High

1,105

0

7

2

0

0

1,114

99.19%

0.00%

0.63%

0.18%

0.00%

0.00%

Crumly Chapel Elem

49

321

10

0

1

0

381

12.86%

84.25%

2.62%

0.00%

0.26%

0.00%

Erwin Elem

31

773

30

2

0

8

844

3.67%

91.59%

3.55%

0.24%

0.00%

0.95%

Erwin High

38

1,149

41

2

0

0

1,230

3.09%

93.41%

3.33%

0.16%

0.00%

0.00%

Fultondale Elem

386

264

151

6

0

2

809

47.71%

32.63%

18.67%

0.74%

0.00%

0.25%

Fultondale High

254

137

71

3

0

0

465

54.62%

29.46%

15.27%

0.65%

0.00%

0.00%

Gardendale Elem

653

155

19

14

3

1

845

77.28%

18.34%

2.25%

1.66%

0.36%

0.12%

Gardendale High

813

199

21

6

1

3

1,043

77.95%

19.08%

2.01%

0.58%

0.10%

0.29%

Grantswood Comm

78

222

59

1

1

12

373

20.91%

59.52%

15.82%

0.27%

0.27%

3.22%

137

62

7

5

0

0

211

64.93%

29.38%

3.32%

2.37%

0.00%

0.00%

92

207

35

3

1

8

346

26.59%

59.83%

10.12%

0.87%

0.29%

2.31%

3

267

8

0

0

0

278

1.08%

96.04%

2.88%

0.00%

0.00%

0.00%

Hueytown Elem

442

358

22

4

0

0

826

53.51%

43.34%

2.66%

0.48%

0.00%

0.00%

Hueytown Middle

492

254

10

3

2

0

761

64.65%

33.38%

1.31%

0.39%

0.26%

0.00%

Hueytown High

575

396

25

4

0

1

1,001

57.44%

39.56%

2.50%

0.40%

0.00%

0.10%

Irondale Comm

82

271

57

2

0

1

413

19.85%

65.62%

13.80%

0.48%

0.00%

0.24%

129
461
21
652
838
165
183
710
424
185
562
585
870
410
594
262
306
0
491
480
185
248
150

422
258
95
286
720
234
962
42
4
117
33
25
23
227
324
586
611
0
253
759
12
54
12

45
114
58
38
84
5
20
3
1
11
5
1
1
117
83
6
3
0
90
57
3
4
2

6
1
0
9
3
0
0
2
0
1
1
0
0
7
4
3
0
0
3
30
0
0
0

0
0
1
0
2
0
0
2
0
0
0
2
2
1
1
3
0
0
1
4
0
0
3

2
0
0
9
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
15
1
9
1
85
0
18
0
0
0

604
834
175
994
1,647
404
1,165
759
429
314
601
613
896
777
1,007
869
921
85
838
1,348
200
306
167

21.36% 69.87% 7.45%
55.28% 30.94% 13.67%
12.00% 54.29% 33.14%
65.59% 28.77% 3.82%
50.88% 43.72% 5.10%
40.84% 57.92% 1.24%
15.71% 82.58% 1.72%
93.54%
5.53% 0.40%
98.83%
0.93% 0.23%
58.92% 37.26% 3.50%
93.51%
5.49% 0.83%
95.43%
4.08% 0.16%
97.10%
2.57% 0.11%
52.77% 29.21% 15.06%
58.99% 32.17% 8.24%
30.15% 67.43% 0.69%
33.22% 66.34% 0.33%
0.00%
0.00% 0.00%
58.59% 30.19% 10.74%
35.61% 56.31% 4.23%
92.50%
6.00% 1.50%
81.05% 17.65% 1.31%
89.82%
7.19% 1.20%

0.99%
0.12%
0.00%
0.91%
0.18%
0.00%
0.00%
0.26%
0.00%
0.32%
0.17%
0.00%
0.00%
0.90%
0.40%
0.35%
0.00%
0.00%
0.36%
2.23%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%

0.00%
0.33%
0.00%
0.00%
0.57%
0.00%
0.00%
0.91%
0.12%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.26%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.33%
0.00%
0.22%
0.00%
0.13%
1.93%
0.10%
0.10%
0.35%
1.04%
0.00%
0.11%
0.00% 100.00%
0.12%
0.00%
0.30%
1.34%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
1.80%
0.00%

18,982 15,111

1,615

177

41

52.52%

0.49%

0.11%

Greenwood Elem
Gresham Elem
Hillview Elem

Irondale Mid

Johnson Elem
Lipscomb Elem
McAdory Elem
McAdory High
Minor Comm
Minor High
Mortimer Jordan
Mount Olive Elem
North Highland Elem
North Jefferson Mid
Oak Grove Elem
Oak Grove High
Pinson Elem
Pinson Valley High
Pleasant Grove Elem
Pleasant Grove High
Residential Facilities
Rudd Mid
Shades Valley High
Snow Rogers Elem
Warrior Elem
West Jefferson Elem
SYSTEM TOTAL

Racial Categories:

W. . . White
B. . . Black

216 36,142

H. . . Hispanic
A/PI. . . Asian/Pacific Islander

41.81%

4.47%

AI/AN. . . American Indian/Alaska Native
N. . . Not Given

D abbs - Grade 9-12 m oved to Shades Valley H igh
cc

. ......

.. .

...

10/13/09

0.60%

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JEFFERSON COUNTY SCHOOL SYSTEM
ETHNIC COMPOSITION – Labor Day Report – 2013-2014
ENROLLMENT

SCHOOLS

PERCENTAGE

W

B

A

P

I

N

M

TOTAL

Adamsville Elementary School

103

194

0

0

0

15

13

325

31.69%

59.69%

0.00%

0.00%

0.00%

4.62%

4.00%

Bagley Junior High School

533

3

0

0

1

4

2

543

98.16%

0.55%

0.00%

0.00%

0.18%

0.74%

0.37%

Bottenfield Middle School

93

677

2

3

2

23

4

804

11.57%

84.20%

0.25%

0.37%

0.25%

2.86%

0.50%

70.50%

25.85%

1.03%

0.11%

0.11%

1.82%

0.57%

Bragg Middle School

619

227

9

1

1

16

5

878

W

B

A

P

I

N

M

9

314

1

0

0

147

4

475

1.89%

66.11%

0.21%

0.00%

0.00%

30.95%

0.84%

Brookville Elementary School

158

55

0

0

0

10

9

232

68.10%

23.71%

0.00%

0.00%

0.00%

4.31%

3.88%

Bryan Elementary School

691

18

5

1

0

0

5

720

95.97%

2.50%

0.69%

0.14%

0.00%

0.00%

0.69%

Burkett Center

36

36

0

1

1

3

3

80

45.00%

45.00%

0.00%

1.25%

1.25%

3.75%

3.75%

Center Point Elementary School

10

632

0

0

0

32

9

683

1.46%

92.53%

0.00%

0.00%

0.00%

4.69%

1.32%

Center Point High School

20

803

0

0

0

19

2

844

2.37%

95.14%

0.00%

0.00%

0.00%

2.25%

0.24%

77.79%

1.18%

0.18%

0.18%

5.08%

3.08%

Brighton School

Chalkville Elementary School

138

858

13

2

2

56

34

1103

12.51%

Clay Elementary School

382

211

1

1

1

23

12

631

60.54%

33.44%

0.16%

0.16%

0.16%

3.65%

1.90%

Clay-Chalkville High School

514

732

10

1

3

55

12

1327

38.73%

55.16%

0.75%

0.08%

0.23%

4.14%

0.90%

Clay-Chalkville Middle School

350

605

8

0

2

35

17

1017

34.41%

59.49%

0.79%

0.00%

0.20%

3.44%

1.67%

1.38%

0.00%

0.00%

0.00%

0.00%

0.83%

Concord Elementary School

355

5

0

0

0

0

3

363

97.80%

Corner High School

512

1

1

0

1

3

2

520

98.46%

0.19%

0.19%

0.00%

0.19%

0.58%

0.38%

Corner School

566

1

2

1

1

1

5

577

98.09%

0.17%

0.35%

0.17%

0.17%

0.17%

0.87%

Crumly Chapel Elementary School

28

286

0

0

0

13

7

334

8.38%

85.63%

0.00%

0.00%

0.00%

3.89%

2.10%

6

575

0.70%

95.65%

0.00%

0.00%

0.00%

2.61%

1.04%

Erwin Intermediate School

4

550

0

0

0

15

Erwin Middle School

11

623

1

0

0

16

8

659

1.67%

94.54%

0.15%

0.00%

0.00%

2.43%

1.21%

Fultondale Elementary School

267

305

3

0

1

205

29

810

32.96%

37.65%

0.37%

0.00%

0.12%

25.31%

3.58%

Fultondale High School

303

196

4

3

1

121

8

636

47.64%

30.82%

0.63%

0.47%

0.16%

19.03%

1.26%

Gardendale Elementary School

608

193

8

0

2

20

31

862

70.53%

22.39%

0.93%

0.00%

0.23%

2.32%

3.60%

Gardendale High School

783

290

6

0

0

17

5

1101

71.12%

26.34%

0.54%

0.00%

0.00%

1.54%

0.45%

Grantswood Community School

83

208

1

0

0

98

18

408

20.34%

50.98%

0.25%

0.00%

0.00%

24.02%

4.41%

35.85%

0.94%

0.00%

0.00%

9.91%

1.42%
1.32%

Greenwood Elementary School

110

76

2

0

0

21

3

212

51.89%

Gresham Elementary School

60

256

2

4

0

53

5

380

15.79%

67.37%

0.53%

1.05%

0.00%

13.95%

Hillview Elementary School

3

257

1

3

0

11

1

276

1.09%

93.12%

0.36%

1.09%

0.00%

3.99%

0.36%

Hueytown Elementary School

447

339

5

0

0

47

14

852

52.46%

39.79%

0.59%

0.00%

0.00%

5.52%

1.64%

Hueytown High School

576

489

3

0

1

48

13

1130

50.97%

43.27%

0.27%

0.00%

0.09%

4.25%

1.15%

Hueytown Middle School

453

284

1

0

0

21

17

776

58.38%

36.60%

0.13%

0.00%

0.00%

2.71%

2.19%

Irondale Community School

64

247

2

0

0

80

8

401

15.96%

61.60%

0.50%

0.00%

0.00%

19.95%

2.00%

Irondale Middle School

96

412

7

0

3

83

9

610

15.74%

67.54%

1.15%

0.00%

0.49%

13.61%

1.48%

Kermit Johnson Elementary School

355

260

4

0

0

148

17

784

45.28%

33.16%

0.51%

0.00%

0.00%

18.88%

2.17%

Lipscomb Elementary School

22

98

0

0

0

89

5

214

10.28%

45.79%

0.00%

0.00%

0.00%

41.59%

2.34%

McAdory Elementary School

628

392

8

0

1

63

23

1115

56.32%

35.16%

0.72%

0.00%

0.09%

5.65%

2.06%

McAdory High School

463

447

2

0

0

52

6

970

47.73%

46.08%

0.21%

0.00%

0.00%

5.36%

0.62%

McAdory Middle School

365

344

3

0

0

68

16

796

45.85%

43.22%

0.38%

0.00%

0.00%

8.54%

2.01%

Minor Community School

162

248

0

0

0

13

7

430

37.67%

57.67%

0.00%

0.00%

0.00%

3.02%

1.63%

Minor High School

127

844

2

1

0

18

6

998

12.73%

84.57%

0.20%

0.10%

0.00%

1.80%

0.60%

6.49%

0.00%

0.00%

0.40%

0.40%

0.40%
0.85%

Mortimer Jordan High School

697

49

0

0

3

3

3

755

92.32%

Mount Olive Elementary School

341

6

1

0

0

3

3

354

96.33%

1.69%

0.28%

0.00%

0.00%

0.85%

North Highland Elementary School

138

146

1

0

0

13

4

302

45.70%

48.34%

0.33%

0.00%

0.00%

4.30%

1.32%

North Jefferson Middle School

513

39

1

0

1

4

8

566

90.64%

6.89%

0.18%

0.00%

0.18%

0.71%

1.41%

Oak Grove Elementary School

549

13

0

0

5

0

11

578

94.98%

2.25%

0.00%

0.00%

0.87%

0.00%

1.90%

Oak Grove High School

843

28

0

5

0

0

0

876

96.23%

3.20%

0.00%

0.57%

0.00%

0.00%

0.00%

Pinson Elementary School

500

398

4

0

0

121

7

1030

48.54%

38.64%

0.39%

0.00%

0.00%

11.75%

0.68%

Pinson Valley High School

341

296

0

0

1

173

25

836

40.79%

35.41%

0.00%

0.00%

0.12%

20.69%

2.99%

Pleasant Grove Elementary School

163

458

3

0

1

6

13

644

25.31%

71.12%

0.47%

0.00%

0.16%

0.93%

2.02%

Pleasant Grove High School

139

403

0

0

0

4

1

547

25.41%

73.67%

0.00%

0.00%

0.00%

0.73%

0.18%

Pleasant Grove Middle School

106

286

0

0

0

1

0

393

26.97%

72.77%

0.00%

0.00%

0.00%

0.25%

0.00%

40.44%

0.24%

0.00%

0.12%

13.20%

0.85%

Rudd Middle School

373

334

2

0

1

109

7

826

45.16%

Shades Valley High School

390

825

37

1

4

77

10

1344

29.02%

61.38%

2.75%

0.07%

0.30%

5.73%

0.74%

Snow Rogers Elementary School

172

14

3

0

0

4

4

197

87.31%

7.11%

1.52%

0.00%

0.00%

2.03%

2.03%

Warrior Elementary School

225

50

1

0

0

0

11

287

78.40%

17.42%

0.35%

0.00%

0.00%

0.00%

3.83%

West Jefferson Elementary School

148

2

0

0

1

4

2

157

94.27%

1.27%

0.00%

0.00%

0.64%

2.55%

1.27%

170

28

41

2284

512

SYSTEM TOTAL

16745 16363

Ethnic Codes: W - White B - Black A - Asian P - Pacific Islander I -Indian N - NonSpecified M-Multi Race 2 or more

36143 46.33% 45.27% 0.47% 0.08% 0.11% 6.32% 1.42%
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JEFFERSON COUNTY SCHOOL SYSTEM
OCTOBER 13, 2014 - FEDERAL COURT REPORT - STUDENTS
ENROLLMENT

SCHOOLS
W

Adamsville Elem
Bagley Jr
Bottenfield Mid
Bragg Middle
Brighton Middle
Brookville Elem
Bryan Elem
Burkett Center
Center Point Elem
Center Point High
Chalkville Elem
Clay Elem
Clay-Chalkville Mid
Clay-Chalkville High
Concord Elem
Corner School
Corner High
Crumly Chapel Elem
Erwin Intermediate
Erwin Middle
Fultondale Elem
Fultondale High
Gardendale Elem
Gardendale High
Grantswood Comm
Greenwood Elem
Gresham Elem
Hillview Elem
Hueytown Elem
Hueytown Middle
Hueytown High
Irondale Comm
Irondale Mid
Johnson Elem
Lipscomb Elem
McAdory Elem
McAdory Middle
McAdory High
Minor Comm
Minor High
Mortimer Jordan
Mount Olive Elem
North Highland Elem
North Jefferson Mid
Oak Grove Elem
Oak Grove High
Pinson Elem
Pinson Valley High
Pleasant Grove Elem
Pleasant Grove Mid
Pleasant Grove High
Rudd Mid
Shades Valley High
Snow Rogers Elem
Warrior Elem
West Jefferson Elem
SYSTEM TOTAL

B

92
200
501
2
82
578
590
233
16
345
154
46
681
13
38
41
12
618
14
808
117
968
388
186
293
609
466
817
355
4
538
1
529
2
30
299
7
598
4
627
252
292
288
234
653
212
773
267
78
184
113
99
62
230
3
267
441
333
421
292
534
479
62
234
84
342
318
284
24
97
611
399
384
341
463
455
139
241
114
903
695
54
317
7
121
141
543
29
518
10
825
28
315
297
512
424
148
419
83
295
118
397
315
307
392
815
167
9
239
46
132
2
16164 16460

PERCENTAGE

A

P

AI

H

M

0
0
1
8
0
0
5
0
2
0
15
3
10
8
0
2
1
0
2
0
5
3
6
10
2
1
4
0
10
2
3
1
6
1
0
4
3
3
1
2
2
1
1
2
0
0
2
0
2
1
1
4
32
5
1
0
178

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
3
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
8

1
1
1
2
0
0
3
1
0
0
0
2
2
2
0
0
2
1
0
0
0
1
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
0
3
0
0
0
1
1
0
1
3
0
0
2
2
6
0
0
2
0
0
0
1
0
0
3
48

19
5
21
18
151
7
12
5
40
19
65
27
47
53
3
1
3
20
24
13
215
136
20
23
109
30
56
13
55
27
53
71
98
158
95
68
85
72
9
20
7
3
18
7
2
5
185
145
10
2
7
123
95
7
0
5
2587

5
5
6
10
6
12
8
3
13
3
41
11
13
16
5
7
1
6
4
4
33
11
31
6
16
6
12
0
13
8
11
12
6
18
6
32
9
11
7
5
3
8
9
4
14
1
36
4
14
1
1
11
17
2
13
3
573

TOTAL

W

B

317 29.02% 63.09%
514 97.47% 0.39%
689 11.90% 83.89%
861 68.52% 27.06%
518 3.09% 66.60%
219 70.32% 21.00%
722 94.32% 1.80%
89 42.70% 46.07%
685 1.75% 90.22%
844 1.66% 95.73%
1208 9.69% 80.13%
617 62.88% 30.15%
974 30.08% 62.53%
1362 34.21% 59.99%
367 96.73% 1.09%
549 98.00% 0.18%
538 98.33% 0.37%
356 8.43% 83.99%
635 1.10% 94.17%
648 0.62% 96.76%
797 31.62% 36.64%
676 42.60% 34.62%
924 70.67% 22.94%
1079 71.64% 24.75%
389 20.05% 47.30%
249 45.38% 39.76%
364 17.03% 63.19%
283 1.06% 94.35%
852 51.76% 39.08%
750 56.13% 38.93%
1082 49.35% 44.27%
380 16.32% 61.58%
540 15.56% 63.33%
779 40.82% 36.46%
222 10.81% 43.69%
1114 54.85% 35.82%
823 46.66% 41.43%
1005 46.07% 45.27%
397 35.01% 60.71%
1045 10.91% 86.41%
764 90.97% 7.07%
336 94.35% 2.08%
290 41.72% 48.62%
587 92.50% 4.94%
546 94.87% 1.83%
865 95.38% 3.24%
836 37.68% 35.53%
1085 47.19% 39.08%
595 24.87% 70.42%
382 21.73% 77.23%
524 22.52% 75.76%
760 41.45% 40.39%
1352 28.99% 60.28%
190 87.89% 4.74%
299 79.93% 15.38%
145 91.03% 1.38%
36018 44.88% 45.70%

A

P

AI

H

0.00%
0.00%
0.15%
0.93%
0.00%
0.00%
0.69%
0.00%
0.29%
0.00%
1.24%
0.49%
1.03%
0.59%
0.00%
0.36%
0.19%
0.00%
0.31%
0.00%
0.63%
0.44%
0.65%
0.93%
0.51%
0.40%
1.10%
0.00%
1.17%
0.27%
0.28%
0.26%
1.11%
0.13%
0.00%
0.36%
0.36%
0.30%
0.25%
0.19%
0.26%
0.30%
0.34%
0.34%
0.00%
0.00%
0.24%
0.00%
0.34%
0.26%
0.19%
0.53%
2.37%
2.63%
0.33%
0.00%

0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
1.12%
0.00%
0.00%
0.17%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.44%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.19%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.12%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%

0.32%
0.19%
0.15%
0.23%
0.00%
0.00%
0.42%
1.12%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.32%
0.21%
0.15%
0.00%
0.00%
0.37%
0.28%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.15%
0.22%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.18%
0.00%
0.56%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.12%
0.10%
0.00%
0.10%
0.39%
0.00%
0.00%
0.34%
0.37%
0.69%
0.00%
0.00%
0.34%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.07%
0.00%
0.00%
2.07%

5.99%
0.97%
3.05%
2.09%
29.15%
3.20%
1.66%
5.62%
5.84%
2.25%
5.38%
4.38%
4.83%
3.89%
0.82%
0.18%
0.56%
5.62%
3.78%
2.01%
26.98%
20.12%
2.16%
2.13%
28.02%
12.05%
15.38%
4.59%
6.46%
3.60%
4.90%
18.68%
18.15%
20.28%
42.79%
6.10%
10.33%
7.16%
2.27%
1.91%
0.92%
0.89%
6.21%
1.19%
0.37%
0.58%
22.13%
13.36%
1.68%
0.52%
1.34%
16.18%
7.03%
3.68%
0.00%
3.45%

1.58%
0.97%
0.87%
1.16%
1.16%
5.48%
1.11%
3.37%
1.90%
0.36%
3.39%
1.78%
1.33%
1.17%
1.36%
1.28%
0.19%
1.69%
0.63%
0.62%
4.14%
1.63%
3.35%
0.56%
4.11%
2.41%
3.30%
0.00%
1.53%
1.07%
1.02%
3.16%
1.11%
2.31%
2.70%
2.87%
1.09%
1.09%
1.76%
0.48%
0.39%
2.38%
3.10%
0.68%
2.56%
0.12%
4.31%
0.37%
2.35%
0.26%
0.19%
1.45%
1.26%
1.05%
4.35%
2.07%

0.49%

0.02%

0.13%

7.18%

1.59%

Ethnic Codes: W - White B - Black A - Asian P - Pacific Islander AI -American Indian or Alaskan Native N - NonSpecified M-Multi Race 2 or more

mdh

3/4/2014

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FILED
2015 Feb-06 PM 04:52
U.S. DISTRICT COURT
N.D. OF ALABAMA

IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE NORTHERN DISTRICT OF ALABAMA
SOUTHERN DIVISION

______________

LINDA STOUT, et al., and UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
v.
JEFFERSON COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION, et al.

CIVIL ACTION NUMBER 2:65-CV-0396-MHH

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U.S. DISTRICT COURT
N.D. OF ALABAMA

IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE NORTHERN DISTRICT OF ALABAMA
SOUTHERN DIVISION

______________

LINDA STOUT, et al., and UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
v.
JEFFERSON COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION, et al.

CIVIL ACTION NUMBER 2:65-CV-0396-MHH

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FILED
2015 Feb-06 PM 04:52
U.S. DISTRICT COURT
N.D. OF ALABAMA

IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE NORTHERN DISTRICT OF ALABAMA
SOUTHERN DIVISION

______________

LINDA STOUT, et al., and UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
v.
JEFFERSON COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION, et al.

CIVIL ACTION NUMBER 2:65-CV-0396-MHH

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EXHIBIT H

TO

JOINT REPORT TO THE COURT

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HOOVER CITY BOARD OF EDUCATION
2810 Metropolitan Way
Hoover, AL 35243

APPLICATION FOR INTERNAL TRANSFER
SCHOOL YEAR 2014-2015
This form is provided for you to make application to attend a school outside your attendance
zone. This application cannot be processed until it is filled out completely. Transfer requests
are considered on a space available basis.

TRANSPORTATION IS NOT PROVIDED FOR ANY TRANSFER STUDENT.
Name of student

___________________________________
School now attending/last attended

__________________________________
Parent's name

___________________________________
School zone assigned

Current address

___________________________________
School student desires to attend

____________
Zip code

_______________
Grade

Telephone:

Home

Work_____________________________

Reason for requesting transfer. Please be specific. (Attach supporting documentation.)
________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________
NOTE: Enrollment at a school other than the school serving the residence of the parent/legal
guardian may result in one year of athletic ineligibility. Questions regarding eligibility should
be directed to the athletic director or principal at your school.
If this transfer is approved, it will remain in effect only until the end of the school year. This
transfer may be revoked, if a student’s academic performance, attendance and/or conduct
are not satisfactory.
I understand that if this application is approved, a change to return to the school to which the
student is zoned must take place at the beginning of a school year. Returning to the zoned
school during the school year will not be allowed unless the transfer approval is revoked by
Hoover City Schools.

Signature of Parent

Date of Application

_______________________________________
Approved/Denied
Date
Principal of School Zone Assigned

__________________________________
Approved/Denied
Date
Principal of Transferring School

_______________________________________
Approved/Denied
Date
Assistant Superintendent

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FILED
2015 Feb-06 PM 04:52
U.S. DISTRICT COURT
N.D. OF ALABAMA

IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE NORTHERN DISTRICT OF ALABAMA
SOUTHERN DIVISION

______________

LINDA STOUT, et al., and UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
v.
JEFFERSON COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION, et al.

CIVIL ACTION NUMBER 2:65-CV-0396-MHH

______________

EXHIBIT I

TO

JOINT REPORT TO THE COURT

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Case 2:65-cv-00396-MHH Document 998-14 Filed 02/06/15 Page 1 of 3

FILED
2015 Feb-06 PM 04:52
U.S. DISTRICT COURT
N.D. OF ALABAMA

IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE NORTHERN DISTRICT OF ALABAMA
SOUTHERN DIVISION

______________

LINDA STOUT, et al., and UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
v.
JEFFERSON COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION, et al.

CIVIL ACTION NUMBER 2:65-CV-0396-MHH

______________

EXHIBIT J

TO

JOINT REPORT TO THE COURT

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