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Exception School
(More FTEs needed)

Configuration EP

59.0

Student variance
10/1 to Aug
Negative ()

60.0

Student variance
10/1 to May
Negative ()

(1.0)

AAFTE
(10/1) Average Annual
FTE EP

0.00

Student Count
10/1 - DoTS

1.00

EP: Student
Projection
Aug

3.5

H=G-E

J=H+I

P=O-L

Q=O-M

58.0

(2.00)

0.0

(2.0)

(1.0)

1,612

1,653

1,586

1,505

(107)

(148)

WSS rounded +
Mitigation
Pull ()
SOS Adj
Recommendation
Pull ()
EP: Student
Projection
May

HS

Comments

Difference
Current FTE vs. WSS
rounded
Pull ()
Mitigation Summary
(FTEs adjusted)
Pull ()

WSS- FTEs Needed per Oct Count


AAFTE-Rounded

FTEs adjustment
Aug

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Budget - WSS

New Homerooms/ FTEs


assigned as of 10/17

Equity Factor Points

Homerooms/ FTEs
assigned as of 9/1

School_Type

Letter

Adjustments 10/15

School

FTE Adjustments
9/15-10/8

FTE Staffing Adj

Oct teacher FTE Adjustment

Garfield

10/30/2014

+1.0 Add in Aug 14. No mitigation


requested. Decrease of enrollment (-67
down). WSS calls for -2.0 pull.

Madrona

K-8

5.5

0.00

0.00

0.0

15.0

15.0

12.0

(3.00)

0.0

(3.0)

(1.0)

291

286

290

290

(1)

Net -3

-57 from original, no adjs. WSS asked for 3.0


pull. Minimum req for a k-8/MS
configuration, total 6 FTEs, (2 per grade). No
mitigation approved on records. High equity
school.

Stevens

Elem

4.0

0.00

0.00

(1.0)

16.0

15.0

14.5

(1.50)

0.0

(1.5)

(1.0)

401

389

365

365

(36)

(24)

Net -1

-53 from original, -1.0 in April, no vacancies

Lowell

Elem

0.5

0.00

1.0

10.0

11.0

11.0

1.00

0.0

1.0

1.0

254

244

266

266

12

22

+15 from original, +25 from Aug, Pull -1.0 in


April

Sand Point

Elem

4.5

0.00

0.0

12.0

12.0

10.5

(1.50)

0.0

(1.5)

(1.0)

259

259

259

259

Net -1

-45 from original, -1.0 FTE in May. Pull will


cause overages. ED: high FRL, ELL
population. Reducing FTE: add a split at k/1
(unacceptable). It is an issue of equity.

3.2 FTE Mitigation given in May. WSS


resulted in 2.2 pull, net plus mitigation +1.0
add. Math and World Language classes
required for students moved from Hamilton
and Eckstein)

Jane Addams
MS

MS

4.0

0.00

0.00

1.0

30.2

31.2

28.0

(2.20)

0.0

(2.2)

1.0

708

721

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B. F. Day

Elem

4.0

0.00

0.00

Configuration EP

(1.00)

Exception School
(More FTEs needed)

2.0

Student variance
10/1 to Aug
Negative ()

Elem

Student variance
10/1 to May
Negative ()

Laurelhurst

0.00

AAFTE
(10/1) Average Annual
FTE EP

0.00

Student Count
10/1 - DoTS

0.5

EP: Student
Projection
Aug

K-8

H=G-E

J=H+I

P=O-L

Q=O-M

28.0

26.5

(1.50)

0.0

(1.5)

(1.0)

763

741

711

711

(52)

(30)

Net -1

1.5 FTE added in April. WSS: -1.5. Currently 3


cohorts. Middle School class requirements
and inability to create multi-grade splits.
4/11 teachers beyond CBA requirements

16.0

17.0

17.0

1.00

0.0

1.0

1.0

416

398

421

421

23

14.0

13.0

13.0

(1.00)

0.0

(1.0)

(1.0)

335

340

324

324

(11)

(16)

Net -1

30 less than original count, -0.5 in April.


Potential 1.0 pull from 4th

0.0

28.0

1.0

(1.0)

WSS rounded +
Mitigation
Pull ()
SOS Adj
Recommendation
Pull ()
EP: Student
Projection
May

Hazel Wolf
(Jane Addams
K-8)

Difference
Current FTE vs. WSS
rounded
Pull ()
Mitigation Summary
(FTEs adjusted)
Pull ()

WSS- FTEs Needed per Oct Count


AAFTE-Rounded

FTEs adjustment
Aug

New Homerooms/ FTEs


assigned as of 10/17

Equity Factor Points

Homerooms/ FTEs
assigned as of 9/1

School_Type

Letter

Budget - WSS

Comments

Adjustments 10/15

School

FTE Adjustments
9/15-10/8

FTE Staffing Adj

Oct teacher FTE Adjustment

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+19 from original, added 1.0 in April, pulled


1.0 Aug 14

McDonald

Elem

2.5

0.00

0.00

0.0

18.0

18.0

16.5

(1.50)

0.0

(1.5)

(1.0)

405

401

408

408

IP

Net -2

+7 from original, +1.0 in April. Less than


minimum language immersion
requirements. High concern due to
Community, and open positions - Japanese
track

Emerson

Elem

5.5

0.00

0.00

0.0

12.0

12.0

11.0

(1.00)

0.0

(1.0)

(1.0)

295

282

274

274

(21)

(8)

Net -1

-49 from original, -1.0 in April. Reduction


create a split. High Equity school

Rainier Beach

HS

5.5

0.00

0.4

18.4

18.8

17.5

(0.90)

0.0

(0.9)

1.0

562

570

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600

548

(14)

(22)

IP

+2.0 FTE add in April adj, 1.9 mitigation in


May. 9/24 Briefing paper approved to move
waitlist (Cleveland, Franklin, RB).
Recommended to hold FTE if count was 600.
10/1 count was 600, AAFTE 548.
Recommend hold. If adding mitigation it will
be a 1.0 add.

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FTE Staffing Adj

Student Count
10/1 - DoTS

AAFTE
(10/1) Average Annual
FTE EP

Student variance
10/1 to May
Negative ()

Student variance
10/1 to Aug
Negative ()

Exception School
(More FTEs needed)

Configuration EP

P=O-L

Q=O-M

38.5

39.5

2.00

0.0

2.0

1.0

1,034

1,055

1,074

1,074

40

19

IP

+40 from May, 22 from Aug. 62 from original


projection

34.0

33.4

33.0

(1.00)

0.0

(1.0)

(1.0)

948

971

912

912

(36)

(59)

IP

-43 from original, no adjustments.


International Program, High Equity school

0.0

17.0

17.0

14.5

(2.50)

1.0

(1.5)

(1.0)

396

379

363

363

(33)

(16)

WSS Aug adjs called for 3.0 pull(before


mitigation), approved for -1 pull.
Recommend to hold since there had a pull
already. High Equity school

0.00

(1.0)

22.0

21.0

20.5

(1.50)

0.0

(1.5)

(1.0)

546

518

505

505

(41)

(13)

Net -1

0.00

(1.0)

30.5

29.5

29.0

(1.50)

0.0

(1.5)

(1.0)

799

797

764

764

(35)

(33)

-35 from May original, -33 from Aug, no


adjs, vacancies

Mercer

MS

5.0

0.00

1.0

37.5

Denny Intl.

MS

4.5

0.00

0.00

(0.6)

Highland Park

Elem

5.5

(1.00)

0.00

Lafayette

Elem

3.0

0.00

Madison

MS

4.5

0.00

FTE Adjustments
9/15-10/8

WSS rounded +
Mitigation
Pull ()
SOS Adj
Recommendation
Pull ()
EP: Student
Projection
May

Letter

Difference
Current FTE vs. WSS
rounded
Pull ()
Mitigation Summary
(FTEs adjusted)
Pull ()

J=H+I

Homerooms/ FTEs
assigned as of 9/1

Adjustments 10/15

H=G-E

FTEs adjustment
Aug

Equity Factor Points

EP: Student
Projection
Aug

WSS- FTEs Needed per Oct Count


AAFTE-Rounded

New Homerooms/ FTEs


assigned as of 10/17

Budget - WSS

Comments

School

School_Type

Oct teacher FTE Adjustment

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-41 from original, 0.5 FTE add in April.


Reduction will cause overages

Sanislo

Elem

5.5

0.00

0.5

11.0

11.5

11.0

0.00

0.0

0.0

0.5

275

278

280

280

No adjust in May/Aug. Current 57 students


in 2 Ks. Talked to Principal, he
recommended add 0.5 FTE (either PM Math
or combine with 0.5 Librarian). Space for
that could be found. Other options add 2 IA
positions. No possibility to add a.0 FTE
(space/4 class disruption)

Concord Intl.

Elem

5.0

0.00

1.0

17.0

18.0

16.5

(0.50)

0.0

(0.5)

1.0

420

420

412

412

(8)

(8)

IP

Grade configuration/Language tracks,


current 84 K in 3 classes. Need a new K class

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Equity Factor Points


FTEs adjustment
Aug

Adjustments 10/15
Homerooms/ FTEs
assigned as of 9/1

Letter
A
B
C
D
E

Middle College
spc
2.5
0.00
1.0
6.0
Student Count
10/1 - DoTS
AAFTE
(10/1) Average Annual
FTE EP
Student variance
10/1 to May
Negative ()
Student variance
10/1 to Aug
Negative ()
Exception School
(More FTEs needed)

Configuration EP

Comments

G
H=G-E
I
J=H+I
K
L
M
N
O
P=O-L
Q=O-M
T
U
V

7.5
1.50
0.0
1.5
1.0
170
101
206
201
31
100
0
0

WSS rounded +
Mitigation
Pull ()
SOS Adj
Recommendation
Pull ()
EP: Student
Projection
May

FTE Staffing Adj

Difference
Current FTE vs. WSS
rounded
Pull ()
Mitigation Summary
(FTEs adjusted)
Pull ()

EP: Student
Projection
Aug

7.0

WSS- FTEs Needed per Oct Count


AAFTE-Rounded

New Homerooms/ FTEs


assigned as of 10/17

Oct teacher FTE Adjustment

FTE Adjustments
9/15-10/8

School
School_Type

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Budget - WSS

Oct_FTE adjustment-Matrix-V3-20141015
+35 from original, +.5 in May,