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Data was taken from the Ohio Department of Education FY2010 District Profile Report (also known as Cupp Report at:
Average Income & Salary
- Federal average income per tax return filed by the residents
Source: Ohio Department of Taxation
Classroom Teacher Average Salary
- Average salary of all Full Time Equivalent (FTE) classroom teachers
Administrators Average Salary
- Average salary of all personnel in administrative positions
Per Pupil Ratio & Number of Staff
FTE Number of Regular Education Classroom Teachers
FTE Number of Administrators
- Number of FTE administrators including the following positions:
- Administrative Assistants
- Deputy Superintendent
- Assistant Principal
- School Principal
- Education Administration Specialist
- Community School Administrator
- Other Officials/Administrators
10.K-12 Regular Education Pupil Teacher Ratio
- Number of pupils receiving regular education (non-special, non-career tech instructions) divided by the number of FTE classroom teacher
Source: FY08 EMIS (due to some technical issues surrounding the EMIS redesign, the Department of Education was not able to
update the calculation of this measure in FY09 and FY10 and as a result no official ODE FY09 or FY10 pupil teacher ratios were
Pupil Administrator Ratio
- Ratio of all resident public school students to the number of administrators
Source: EMIS & fiscal year 2011 July #2 PASS payment file
Property Tax Per Pupil Expenditure
Total Property Tax Per Pupil
- Shows the amount of property taxes a district raises on per pupil basis
- Total of all property taxes divided by total ADM
Source: Ohio Department of Taxation tax year 2009 DTE-14 form & fiscal year 2011 July #2 PASS payment file.
Total Expenditure Per Pupil
- Combination of all of the components of expenditure: administrative; building operation; instructional; staff support
Source: Report Card 2010
Total Enrollment & Poverty Rate
Total Year-end Enrollment
- Number of public school students in grades K-12 plus preschool handicapped students attending a school building in the district at any point during the course of the school year on FTE basis
- Students included in this count are students in attendance who could be residents of the district or may reside in another district but receive their educational services from the district
- Students who are in attendance at any of the school buildings in the district
- Would include, in addition to the resident students, all the non-resident students who attend a building in the district through open enrollment, students who attend a conversion community school (one that is created and sponsored by the public school district), students who attend a joint vocational school or an education service center for the portion of the time that they attend a building in the public school district
- Regular students as well as students with special needs and those in career tech programs.
Percent of Students in Poverty
- Measure that indicates poverty in school districts
- Reflects the portion of a district’s students that meet any of the following conditions
- This measure which is also referred to as the Economic Disadvantagement Percentage consists of:
- Students who are known to be eligible to receive the free or reduced-price lunch; a program through the United States Department of Agriculture (U.S.D.A) National School Lunch Program. Eligibility for free or reduced-price lunch can be determined through a variety of methods including the electronic direct certification process or completion by a parent or guardian of a free and reduced-price lunch application. A student with an approved application on file for a free or reduced-price lunch is qualified to be reported to ODE as economically disadvantaged.
- Students who have not submitted an application for free or reduced-price lunch or who have not been directly certified as eligible but reside in a household in which a member (e.g., sibling) is known to be eligible for free or reduced-price lunch via an approved application or through direct certification.
- Students who are known to be recipients of or whose guardians are known to be recipients of public assistance. A source for determining whether a student’s family is receiving public assistance is the Education Monetary Assistance Distribution (EMAD) system.
- Students whose parents or guardians have completed a Title I student income form and meet the income guidelines specified.