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Briefing on Staffing Adjustment Calculations (Working draft)

Date: Friday October, 9, 2015

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1: Summary of GenEd staffing adjustment recommendations


1.1: FTE Adds:
Equity Factor Nbr

Equity Factor Level

% of Below grade
level students

Below grade level

Current FTE

Recommended
new FTE

Recommendation
Add/Pull

Rainier View

ES

3.5

2-Med

44%

2-Med

10.0

11.0

+1.0

HP(1), +29 students above projection

Viewlands

ES

4.0

2-Med

43%

2-Med

16.0

17.0

+1.0

+12 students above projection, add due to class config (3)


At 17 FTEs, there are 1 split, and no overage classes

Hamilton Intl.

MS

0.5

3-Low

14%

3-Low

43.5

44.5

+1.0

+30 students above projection

Madison

MS

2.0

3-Low

30%

2-Med

27.6

29.6

+2.0

+35 students above projection

School

School
Type

Reason-Summary

Recomme
ndation
Add/Pull

17.0

16.0

(1.0) FTE
and 0.5
PCP

ES

1.5

B. F. Day

ES

2.5

3Low

40%

2Med

13.0

12.0

(1.0)

Current
FTE

Recomme
nded new
FTE

Alki

3Low

Below
grade level

37%

2Med

Equity
Factor Nbr
Equity
Factor
Level
% of Below
grade level
students

School
Type

School

1.2: FTE Pulls (Did not received FTE adds in August):


Reason-Summary

+10 students above projection, pull due to class config


At 16 FTEs, there are 2 splits, and 1 overage class (1 student)
Pull split reduction 1.0 FTE added in March
-22 students below projection.
At 12 FTEs, there is no split, 2 overage classes (by 1 and 2
students)

(1):

HP: "high poverty classification is determined by OSPI based on October 2014 Free and Reduced lunch counts. The list of high poverty schools is posted on
OSPI website, under School Apportionment and Finance page
(2):
Middle schools current FTE includes PCP
(3):
Viewlands dropped from the High poverty list for 15-16 SY. It was decided to keep staffing ratios used for the High poverty schools
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School

School
Type

Equity Factor
Nbr

Equity Factor
Level

% of Below
grade level
students

Below grade
level

Current FTE

Recommen
ded new
FTE

Recommen
dation
Add/Pull

1. 2: Pulls (Did not received FTE adds in August): (Continue)

Beacon Hill
Intl.

ES

2.5

3Low

46%

1High

21.0

20.0

(1.0) FTE
and 0.5 PCP

Concord

ES

4.5

1High

60%

1High

18.0

17.0

(1.0)

Dunlap

ES

4.5

14.0

13.0

(1.0)

Gatzert

ES

5.5

14.0

13.0

(1.0)

Highland
Park

ES

6.0

17.0

16.0

(1.0)

1High
1High
1High

56%
58%

64%

1High
1High
1High

Lowell

ES

4.0

2Med

Martin
Luther King
Jr.

ES

6.0

1High

35%

2Med

37%

2Med

Olympic
View

ES

2.5

3Low

Sand Point

ES

2.5

3Low

Reason-Summary

(1.0)

-1 students below projection, pull due to class config


At 20 FTES, 1 split and no overages
Pull of 1 FTE added from split reduction
HP(1), -9 students below projection, potential language track issues
At 17 FTEs, 2 splits and 1 class overage (1 student)
Pull of 1 split reduction FTE in Mar
HP(1), -19 students below projection
At 13 FTEs, 2 splits and 4 class overages
HP(1), -17 students below projection
At 13 FTEs, 1 split and no overages
HP(1), -37 students below projection
At 16 FTEs, 1 split and 2 overages (1 student). Could have be a pull
of 2.0 FTEs
Keeping 1.0 FTE Mitigation segmentation level and high equity
considerations (Mar)
-38 students below projection
At 13 FTEs, 2 splits and no overages
Pull split reduction 1.0 FTE added in March

(1.0)

HP(1), -18 students below projection, pull due to class config


At 14 FTEs, no splits and 2 class overages or 1 split and no overages

HP(1), -27 students below projection, pull due to class config


At 18 FTEs, 1 split and 1 overage (1 student)
Pull from original allocation (Mar)
-23 students below projection, pull due to class config
At 11 FTEs, 2 splits and 1 overage class (1 student)
Pull split reduction 1.0 FTE added in March

44%

2Med

14.0

13.0

55%

1High

15.0

14.0

19.0

18.0

(1.0)

12.0

11.0

(1.0)

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(1):

HP: "high poverty"classification is determined by OSPI based on October 2014 Free and Reduced lunch counts. The list of high poverty schools is posted on OSPI website,
under School Apportionment and Finance page
(2):
Middle schools current FTE includes PCP

Current
FTE

Recomme
nded new
FTE

Recomme
ndation
Add/Pull

0.0

3Low

10%

3Low

20.0

19.0

(1.0) FTE
and 0.5 PCP

West Seattle
Elem.

ES

4.5

1High

62%

1High

20.0

18.0

(2.0)

Madrona

K8

4.5

1High

56%

1High

16.0

15.0

(1.0)

Denny Intl.

MS

3.0

2Med

46%

1High

33.0

32.0

Jane
Addams MS

MS

2.0

3Low

25%

3Low

33.0

Whitman

MS

2.0

3Low

33%

2Med

34.5

Equity
Factor Nbr
Equity
Factor
Level
% of Below
grade level
students

ES

School
Type

Wedgwood

School

Below
grade level

1.2: Pulls (Did not received FTE adds in August): (Continue)


Reason-Summary

+16 students above projection, pull due to class config


At 19 FTEs, 1 split and 3 classes with overages (1 student)
Pull split reduction 1.0 FTE added in March
HP(1), -54 students below projection, 2 FTE pull due to class config
At 18 FTEs, 2 splits and no overages
Pull from 1 FTE for expected enrollment growth
-9 students below projection, pull due to class config
At 15 FTEs, 2 splits and 1 class overage (1 student)
1.0 FTE pull from 3.0 FTE added for splits and small school
configuration

(1.0)

-29 students below projection, pull due to class config

31.5

(1.5)

32.5

(2.0)

-55 students below projection.


School still have the 1.3 mitigation granted due to new school and
geo split needs
-41 students below projection
Pull of 2.0 Fte is from original allocation (Mar)

(1):

HP: "high poverty classification is determined by OSPI based on October 2014 Free and Reduced lunch counts. The list of high poverty schools is posted on
OSPI website, under School Apportionment and Finance page
(2):
Middle schools current FTE includes PCP
(3):
Pull the 1.0 FTE added in August

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Current FTE

Recommended
new FTE

Recommendati
on Add/Pull
(1.0)

17.0

16.0

(1.0)

3Low

19.0

18.0

(1.0)

23%

3Low

13.0

12.0

(1.0)

13%

3Low

19.0

18.0

(1.0)

0.0

K-8 STEM at
Boren

K8

2.0

Laurelhurst

ES

1.0

3Low

25%

North Beach

ES

1.0

3Low

Queen Anne

ES

0.5

3Low

3Low
3Low

% of Below
grade level
students

ES

School
Bryant

10%
40%

Below grade
level

24.0

Equity Factor
Nbr

25.0

School
Type

Equity Factor
Level

1.3: Pulls (Received FTE adds in August):

3Low
2Med

Reason-Summary

-20 students below projection


At 24 FTEs, 1 split and no overages (3)
-27 students below projection
At 16 FTE, no splits and 1 overage class (1 student) (3)
-12 students below projection, pull due to class config
At 17 FTEs, 1 split and no overages (3)
At 18 FTEs, no split and no overages (3)
-9 students below projection, pull due to class config
At 12 FTE, 2 splits and no overages (3)
-29 students below projection
August approved add of 1 FTE (18 FTEs) and 1 SOS Sub. It was turned
into 2.0 FTE adds (19.0 FTEs)
At 17 FTEs, 2 splits and 5 overage classes (3)

Roxhill

ES

5.5

1High

66%

1High

16.0

14.0

(2.0)
FTE and
0.5 PCP

HP(1), -69 students below projection


At 14 FTE, no splits and no overage classes (3)

BroadviewThomson

K8

3.0

2Med

46%

1High

27.0

25.0

(2.0)

HP(1), -41 below projection, 2 FTE pull due to class config


At 25 FTE, 2 splits and no overages (3)

(1):

HP: "high poverty classification is determined by OSPI based on October 2014 Free and Reduced lunch counts. The list of high poverty schools is posted on
OSPI website, under School Apportionment and Finance page
(2):
Middle schools current FTE includes PCP
(3):
Pull the 1.0 FTE added in August

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Reason-Summary

Recommende
d new FTE

Current FTE

Below grade
level

% of Below
grade level
students

Equity Factor
Level

Equity Factor
Nbr

School
Type

School

1.4: Start off School Substitute: Do not keep the SOS Sub

Emerson

ES

5.0

1-High

67%

1-High

14.0

14.0

Green Lake

ES

1.0

3-Low

20%

3-Low

13.0

13.0

John Hay

ES

1.0

3-Low

20%

3-Low

20.0

20.0

Schmitz
Park

ES

0.5

3-Low

26%

2-Med

26.0

26.0

West
Woodland

ES

0.0

3-Low

12%

3-Low

21.0

21.0

Washington

MS

2.0

3-Low

36%

2-Med

43.5

43.5

HP(1), -16 students below projection


At 14 FTE, 1 split and 3 overage class (1 students)
Keeping 2.0 FTE added for split reduction (Mar)
+7 students above projection. Do not require additional FTE due to
class config
At 13 FTE, works under unique school configuration
+7 students above projection. Do not require additional FTE due to
class config
At 20 FTE, 2 split and no overage class
Received 1 FTE in Aug. It will keep a 1.0 FTE added for split reduction
(Mar)
+1 student above projection
Do not require additional FTE due to class config
At 26 FTEs, 2 splits and 4 class overages
+11 students above projection. Do not require additional FTE due to
class config
At 21 FTE, 2 split and 2 overage classes
8 students below projection. Do not require additional FTE due to class
config
Keeping 2.0 FTE added for split reduction (Mar)

(1):

HP: "high poverty classification is determined by OSPI based on October 2014 Free and Reduced lunch counts. The list of high poverty schools is posted on
OSPI website, under School Apportionment and Finance page
(2):
Middle schools current FTE includes PCP
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(3):

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Pull the 1.0 FTE added in August

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