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SCHOOL, DISTRICT, AND STATE PUBLIC ACCOUNTABILITY REPORT

The School Public Accountability Report contains several types of data (indicators) designed to inform parents and the general public about the progress of Florida's public schools. This report meets public reporting requirements and provides certain additional information of interest on the status of Florida's schools.

OCTOBER MEMBERSHIP

READINESS TO START SCHOOL

GRADUATION RATE AND DROPOUT RATE

STUDENT PERFORMANCE

NATIONAL ASSESSMENT OF EDUCATIONAL PROGRESS (NAEP)

SCHOOL SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENT

TEACHERS AND STAFF

FLORIDA SCHOOL PERFORMANCE GRADE AND ADEQUATE YEARLY PROGRESS (AYP)

OCTOBER MEMBERSHIP

OCTOBER MEMBERSHIP

The following table provides information on the composition of the student population at the school, district, and state levels.

Racial/Ethnic Group Number of Students
Enrolled in October
School % District % State %
  Female Male 2010-11 2009-10 2010-11 2009-10 2010-11 2009-10
WHITE 124 123 61.1 65.1 46.8 49.6 43.2 44.4
BLACK OR AFRICAN AMERICAN 29 24 13.1 18.8 21.0 21.7 22.9 23.0
HISPANIC / LATINO 29 31 14.9 8.9 26.6 23.1 27.9 26.2
ASIAN 8 5 3.2 2.5 1.6 1.5 2.5 2.6
NATIVE HAWAIIAN OR OTHER PACIFIC ISLANDER 2 1 0.7       0.1  
AMERICAN INDIAN OR ALASKA NATIVE 1   0.2 0.5 0.7 0.2 0.4 0.3
TWO OR MORE RACES 11 16 6.7 4.2 3.2 3.9 3.0 3.4
                 
DISABLED 1 1 0.5 1.2 11.3 11.7 13.7 14.1
ECONOMICALLY DISADVANTAGED 70 69 34.4 31.2 65.6 63.1 56.0 53.5
ELL 1 1 0.5 1.7 11.5 11.1 11.7 11.6
MIGRANT   1 0.2   0.7 0.5 0.5 0.5
                 
FEMALE 204   50.5 53.2 48.4 48.2 48.8 48.7
MALE   200 49.5 46.8 51.6 51.8 51.3 51.3
                 
TOTAL 404 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

READINESS TO START SCHOOL

Florida requires that communities and schools collaborate to prepare children and families for children's success in school.

Kindergarten screening for school readiness

Kindergarten students were screened during the first 30 calendar days of the beginning of school using the Florida Kindergarten Readiness Screener (FLKRS). The FLKRS is made up of a subset of the Early Childhood Observation System (ECHOS)- an observational instrument that is used to monitor the skills, knowledge, and behaviors a student demonstrates or needs to develop- and the Florida Assessments for Instruction In Reading (FAIR).

The benchmarks used in scoring for the ECHOS include the following:

  • The student is consistently demonstrating acquisition of this skill or behavior.
  • The student is in an early stage of growth but appears to be showing growth toward the skill or behavior.
  • The student is not exhibiting any learning in the benchmark.

The benchmarks used in scoring on the FAIR are as follows:

  Number of Students and
Where They
Placed
School % District % State %
Category 2010-11 2010-11 2009-10 2010-11 2009-10 2010-11 2009-10
               
ECHOS Ready
N/A
N/A
N/A
91
90
90
89
ECHOS Not Ready
N/A
N/A
N/A
9
10
10
11
Total ECHOS
N/A
N/A
N/A
100
100
100
100
               
FAIR Ready
N/A
N/A
N/A
59
53
68
65
FAIR Not Ready
N/A
N/A
N/A
41
47
32
35
Total FAIR
N/A
N/A
N/A
100
100
100
100
               
Note: N/A indicates no student membership for that subgroup, and # represents a population fewer than 10. Percentages are rounded to the nearest whole integer after individual categories are tabulated.

GRADUATION RATE AND DROPOUT RATE

Florida high schools strive to ensure that students graduate and are prepared to enter the workforce and postsecondary education.

NCLB Graduation Rate (with special diploma recipients counted as non-graduates)

The graduation rate shows the percentage of students who graduated within four years of initial entry into ninth grade. Graduates include students who received a standard high school diploma or a State of Florida diploma earned through a GED Exit Option program. These results are used in the calculation of schools' Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP).

  School % District % State %
  2009-10 2008-09 2009-10 2008-09 2009-10 2008-09
ALL STUDENTS     71.2 70.0 78.2 76.2
             
WHITE     77.2 76.3 85.2 83.8
BLACK     61.3 60.7 66.6 63.3
HISPANIC     64.1 59.8 74.6 71.6
ASIAN     90.9 87.3 89.6 88.1
AM.INDIAN     44.4 87.5 77.9 77.4
MULTIRACIAL     75.2 71.1 83.5 82.3
             
DISABLED     39.0 37.3 48.7 47.2
ECONOMICALLY DISADVANTAGED     61.1 58.3 68.4 65.1
ELL     46.0 43.1 59.5 56.8
MIGRANT     61.5 46.8 64.4 59.9
             
FEMALE     76.2 74.4 82.0 80.0
MALE     66.4 65.7 74.5 72.3

NGA Graduation Rate (with GED-based diploma recipients counted as non-graduates)

This is a modified version of the graduation rate that counts the following diploma recipients as graduates: students who received a standard diploma and students with disabilities who completed the requirements of their individualized education plan (IEP) and received a special diploma. Students who were awarded a GED-based diploma are counted as non-graduates. These results are not used for the AYP calculation.


  School % District % State %
  2009-10 2008-09 2009-10 2008-09 2009-10 2008-09
ALL STUDENTS     73.2 71.6 79.0 76.3
             
WHITE     78.4 76.8 85.4 83.1
BLACK     65.3 64.7 68.4 64.9
HISPANIC     66.2 62.3 75.3 72.1
ASIAN     92.7 87.3 89.8 87.9
AM.INDIAN     55.6 87.5 76.8 76.8
MULTIRACIAL     78.1 72.3 83.7 81.3

High School Dropout Rate

Dropouts are students who leave school before graduation and do not enroll in another institution or educational program before the end of the school year. Percentages show by race and gender the proportion of students who dropped out of school from the total enrollment in grades 9 through 12.

  School % District % State %
Racial/Ethnic Group 2009-10 2008-09 2009-10 2008-09 2009-10 2008-09
WHITE N/A N/A 4.0 3.6 1.4 1.6
BLACK N/A N/A 4.6 4.5 2.9 3.4
HISPANIC N/A N/A 4.1 4.8 2.5 2.5
ASIAN N/A N/A 1.2 1.1 0.8 0.8
AM.INDIAN N/A N/A 5.5 1.5 2.2 2.3
MULTIRACIAL N/A N/A 4.1 3.0 1.4 1.6
             
FEMALE N/A N/A 3.5 3.8 1.7 2.0
MALE N/A N/A 4.6 4.2 2.3 2.5
             
TOTAL N/A N/A 4.1 4.0 2.0 2.3
Note: N/A indicates no student membership for that subgroup, and # represents a population fewer than 10.
STUDENT PERFORMANCE

STUDENT PERFORMANCE

Standardized Tests

Although test scores should not be used to draw absolute conclusions about student learning and performance, they provide measured results of student progress toward educational goals. The tests administered to Florida students are described below.

Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test (FCAT)

The FCAT measures student performance in writing, science, reading, and mathematics.

Alternate Assessments for Students with Disabilities

An alternate assessment for students with disabilities is a performance-based assessment designed to evaluate the progress of students with disabilities on the Sunshine State Standards for special diploma measures. Students who are functioning at a cognitive level such that they would not be expected to participate in the FCAT, who would not be expected to graduate from school with a standard diploma, and for whom the traditional state and district assessment program is not an appropriate measure of performance take alternate assessments. Alternate assessments for students with disabilities include writing/communication, reading, and math.

Alternate Assessments for Students who are English Language Learners

Students who are English Language Learners (ELL) and who have been in an English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) program for a year or less may be individually exempted from the FCAT. In these limited circumstances, locally developed alternate assessments are used to evaluate the academic performance of the student. Alternate assessments for ELL students are given for writing, reading, and math.

FCAT Sunshine State Standards Tests

The FCAT Sunshine State Standards (SSS) tests measure student performance on selected benchmarks defined by the SSS. Students who take an alternate assessment and score "proficient" have their results counted with those of other students.

Note: Assessment results on the following tables reflect FCAT SSS data combined with alternate assessment data. Results show proficiency attainment for students who were in attendance during both semesters of the school year.

Writing Assessment

For this assessment, students are given 45 minutes to read their assigned topic, plan what to write, and then write their responses. Scores range from 1.0 (lowest) to 6.0 (highest). Alternate assessments have been merged with the FCAT scores for reporting purposes.

Writing Assessment Results
(Sunshine State Standards and Alternate Assessments)
Percent of Students Scoring 3 and Above
  School % District % State %
  2010-11 2009-10 2010-11 2009-10 2010-11 2009-10
ALL STUDENTS 100 100 96 94 96 95
             
WHITE 100 100 97 96 97 96
BLACK OR AFRICAN AMERICAN N 100 94 92 94 93
HISPANIC / LATINO N N 95 92 95 94
ASIAN N N 96 97 97 97
NATIVE HAWAIIAN OR OTHER PACIFIC ISLANDER N N N
AMERICAN INDIAN OR ALASKA NATIVE N N 96 94 97 94
TWO OR MORE RACES* N N 97 94 97 96
             
DISABLED N N 81 76 85 81
ECONOMICALLY DISADVANTAGED 100 100 95 93 95 93
ELL N N 89 87 88 86
MIGRANT* N N 94 88 92 89
             
FEMALE* 100 100 97 97 98 97
MALE* 100 100 94 92 95 93
* Indicates subgroups not included as separate sub-populations in the Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) calculation. Note: An 'N' indicates that no test results were reported.

Reading, Mathematics, and Science Assessments

STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT LEVEL DESCRIPTIONS

On the FCAT SSS reading, mathematics, and science tests, students can attain one of five possible achievement levels, ranging from Level 1 (lowest) to Level 5 (highest).

Student Achievement Level Descriptions

Level 5: Performance at this level indicates that the student has success with the most challenging content of the Sunshine State Standards. A Level 5 student answers most of the test questions correctly, including the most challenging questions.
Level 4: Performance at this level indicates that the student has success with the challenging content of the Sunshine State Standards. A Level 4 student answers most of the test questions correctly but may only have some success with questions that reflect the most challenging content.
Level 3: Performance at this level indicates that the student has partial success with the challenging content of the Sunshine State Standards, but performance is inconsistent. A Level 3 student answers many of the test questions correctly but is generally less successful with questions that are most challenging.
Level 2: Performance at this level indicates that the student has limited success with the challenging content of the Sunshine State Standards.
Level 1: Performance at this level indicates that the student has little success with the challenging content of the Sunshine State Standards.

Results of alternate assessments have been merged with the FCAT scores for reporting purposes.

Reading Assessment Results (Sunshine State Standards and Alternate Assessments)
Percent of Students Scoring 3 and Above
  School % District % State %
  2010-11 Results State Objective % Not Tested 2010-11 Results State Objective % Not Tested 2010-11 Results State Objective % Not Tested
ALL STUDENTS 88 79 0 55 79 1 62 79 2
                   
WHITE 92 79 0 65 79 1 73 79 2
BLACK OR AFRICAN AMERICAN N 79 0 39 79 2 44 79 2
HISPANIC / LATINO N 79 0 50 79 1 59 79 2
ASIAN N 79 N 73 79 1 78 79 1
NATIVE HAWAIIAN OR OTHER PACIFIC ISLANDER N 79 N N 79 N N 79 N
AMERICAN INDIAN OR ALASKA NATIVE N 79 N 53 79 0 61 79 2
TWO OR MORE RACES* N 79 N 64 79 1 69 79 2
                   
DISABLED N 79 N 24 79 3 35 79 3
ECONOMICALLY DISADVANTAGED 83 79 0 48 79 1 53 79 2
ELL N 79 N 36 79 1 42 79 2
MIGRANT* N 79 N 36 79 1 39 79 3
                   
FEMALE* 86 79 0 57 79 1 65 79 2
MALE* 89 79 0 53 79 1 60 79 2
* Indicates subgroups not included as separate sub-populations in the Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) calculation. Note: An 'N' indicates that no test results were reported.

  Mathematics Assessment Results (Sunshine State Standards and Alternate Assessments)
  Percent of Students Scoring 3 and Above
  School % District % State %
  2010-11 Results State Objective % Not Tested 2010-11 Results State Objective % Not Tested 2010-11 Results State Objective % Not Tested
ALL STUDENTS 91 80 0 62 80 1 68 80 2
                   
WHITE 90 80 0 69 80 1 78 80 2
BLACK OR AFRICAN AMERICAN N 80 0 46 80 1 51 80 2
HISPANIC / LATINO N 80 0 58 80 1 66 80 2
ASIAN N 80 N 86 80 1 88 80 1
NATIVE HAWAIIAN OR OTHER PACIFIC ISLANDER N 80 N N 80 N N 80 0
AMERICAN INDIAN OR ALASKA NATIVE N 80 N 58 80 1 68 80 2
TWO OR MORE RACES* N 80 N 68 80 1 73 80 2
                   
DISABLED N 80 N 31 80 3 41 80 3
ECONOMICALLY DISADVANTAGED 92 80 0 54 80 1 59 80 2
ELL N 80 N 46 80 1 53 80 2
MIGRANT* N 80 N 51 80 1 55 80 3
                   
FEMALE* 90 80 0 61 80 1 68 80 2
MALE* 91 80 0 62 80 1 68 80 2
* Indicates subgroups not included as separate sub-populations in the Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) calculation. Note: An 'N' indicates that no test results were reported.

  Science Assessment Results (Sunshine State Standards and Alternate Assessments)
  Percent of Students Scoring 3 and Above
  School % District % State %
  2010-11 Results State Objective % Not Tested 2010-11 Results State Objective % Not Tested 2010-11 Results State Objective % Not Tested
ALL STUDENTS 72 N/A 0 38 N/A 3 47 N/A 4
                   
WHITE 82 N/A N/A 49 N/A 3 59 N/A 4
BLACK OR AFRICAN AMERICAN N N/A N 19 N/A 4 26 N/A 5
HISPANIC / LATINO N N/A N 32 N/A 2 41 N/A 3
ASIAN N N/A N 58 N/A 4 65 N/A 2
NATIVE HAWAIIAN OR OTHER PACIFIC ISLANDER N N/A N N N/A N N N/A N
AMERICAN INDIAN OR ALASKA NATIVE N N/A N 42 N/A 3 45 N/A 4
TWO OR MORE RACES* N N/A N 47 N/A 1 54 N/A 3
                   
DISABLED N N/A N 18 N/A 6 26 N/A 7
ECONOMICALLY DISADVANTAGED 60 N/A 0 29 N/A 3 35 N/A 4
ELL N N/A N 15 N/A 2 20 N/A 4
MIGRANT* N N/A N 18 N/A 2 23 N/A 5
                   
FEMALE* 66 N/A 0 35 N/A 3 44 N/A 3
MALE* 78 N/A 0 42 N/A 3 50 N/A 4
* Indicates subgroups not included as separate sub-populations in the Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) calculation. Note: An 'N' indicates that no test results were reported.

At this time, a state objective is not specified for science achievement.


Assessment Results by Grade: Percent Scoring at Level 3 or Above
(FCAT Sunshine State Standards and Alternate Assessments)

  Reading Math
School           2010-11 2009-10 2010-11 2009-10
Grade 3        
Grade 4        
Grade 5        
Grade 6 91 87 87 91
Grade 7 91 96 90 97
Grade 8 81 81 95 93
Grade 9        
Grade 10        

  Reading Math
District          2010-11 2009-10 2010-11 2009-10
Grade 3 62 67 75 77
Grade 4 67 65 72 70
Grade 5 63 64 55 59
Grade 6 61 61 49 49
Grade 7 63 64 53 54
Grade 8 49 48 60 60
Grade 9 41 41 76 60
Grade 10 30 32 63 65

  Reading Math
State Totals 2010-11 2009-10 2010-11 2009-10
Grade 3 73 73 78 79
Grade 4 72 72 75 75
Grade 5 70 70 64 64
Grade 6 68 68 58 58
Grade 7 69 69 63 62
Grade 8 56 56 69 69
Grade 9 49 49 70 68
Grade 10 40 40 71 73

Percentage of Students Scoring at Each FCAT Achievement Level, 2010-11

  FCAT   SCIENCE
  School % District % State %
GRADE 05 L1 L2 L3 L4 L5     L1 L2 L3 L4 L5     L1 L2 L3 L4 L5
ALL STUDENTS   23 34 30 10 4   19 30 33 13 5
WHITE   14 30 36 14 5   11 25 39 17 8
BLACK OR AFRICAN AMERICAN   37 39 20 3 1   34 36 24 5 1
HISPANIC / LATINO   28 36 27 7 2   22 32 32 10 4
ASIAN   10 19 36 16 19   10 20 36 20 15
NATIVE HAWAIIAN OR OTHER PACIFIC ISLANDER    
AMERICAN INDIAN OR ALASKA NATIVE   25 29 33   19 31 36 12 3
TWO OR MORE RACES*   21 32 30 11 7   15 28 37 14 7
DISABLED   55 29 14 2   42 32 20 5 2
ECO. DISADVANTAGED   29 37 26 6 2   26 34 29 8 2
ELL   40 41 16 2   39 35 21 4 1
MIGRANT*   31 48 19   35 39 22 3 1
FEMALE*   23 36 29 8 3   20 32 33 11 4
MALE*   23 31 31 11 4   19 28 33 14 7
Note: A blank cell indicates a subgroup too small to report or that no test results were reported.
*Indicates subgroups not included as separate sub-populations in the AYP calculation.

  FCAT   SCIENCE
  School % District % State %
GRADE 08 L1 L2 L3 L4 L5     L1 L2 L3 L4 L5     L1 L2 L3 L4 L5
ALL STUDENTS 21 50 15   29 35 29 5 2   23 32 33 9 3
WHITE 16 53 22   19 35 37 7 2   12 28 41 13 5
BLACK OR AFRICAN AMERICAN   49 34 15 1   40 36 20 3 1
HISPANIC / LATINO 52   35 35 25 4 1   26 33 31 7 2
ASIAN   14 32 33 10 11   11 24 38 18 9
NATIVE HAWAIIAN OR OTHER PACIFIC ISLANDER    
AMERICAN INDIAN OR ALASKA NATIVE   28 33 28   19 36 37 7 2
TWO OR MORE RACES*   20 31 39 8   16 31 38 11 4
DISABLED   67 22 9   52 29 15 2 1
ECO. DISADVANTAGED 28 46   37 36 23 3 1   32 36 27 5 1
ELL   59 31 9   57 30 12 1
MIGRANT*   58 26 15   41 38 19 2
FEMALE* 22 48 17   30 38 27 5 1   23 34 33 8 3
MALE* 21 52   29 32 32 6 2   22 29 34 10 4
Note: A blank cell indicates a subgroup too small to report or that no test results were reported.
*Indicates subgroups not included as separate sub-populations in the AYP calculation.

  FCAT   SCIENCE
  School % District % State %
GRADE 11 L1 L2 L3 L4 L5     L1 L2 L3 L4 L5     L1 L2 L3 L4 L5
ALL STUDENTS   38 31 25 5 1   28 32 32 7 1
WHITE   26 32 33 7 1   18 30 40 10 2
BLACK OR AFRICAN AMERICAN   59 29 11 1   47 33 18 2
HISPANIC / LATINO   46 31 19 3   32 34 28 5 1
ASIAN   19 36 30 15   16 26 41 14 3
NATIVE HAWAIIAN OR OTHER PACIFIC ISLANDER    
AMERICAN INDIAN OR ALASKA NATIVE   37 29   31 33 28 7
TWO OR MORE RACES*   27 29 35 8   22 30 38 9 1
DISABLED   74 16 9   61 24 13 2
ECO. DISADVANTAGED   49 31 18 2   39 34 24 3
ELL   77 17 6   66 25 8 1
MIGRANT*   74   51 33 15
FEMALE*   37 35 23 4   29 35 30 5 1
MALE*   38 28 27 6 1   27 28 34 9 2
Note: A blank cell indicates a subgroup too small to report or that no test results were reported.
*Indicates subgroups not included as separate sub-populations in the AYP calculation

  FCAT   READING
  School % District % State %
GRADE ALL L1 L2 L3 L4 L5     L1 L2 L3 L4 L5     L1 L2 L3 L4 L5
ALL STUDENTS 11 34 35 18   24 22 30 18 6   18 20 30 22 9
WHITE 8 33 41 17   16 20 32 24 9   11 17 31 28 13
BLACK 25 38   35 27 26 10 2   31 26 28 12 3
HISPANIC / LATINO 42 25 18   29 23 29 15 4   21 21 31 20 7
ASIAN   12 16 26 25 20   10 13 27 30 19
NATIVE HAWAIIAN OR OTHER PACIFIC ISLANDER    
AMERICAN INDIAN OR ALASKA NATIVE   24 23 32 17 4   18 21 33 21 6
TWO OR MORE RACES* 42   17 20 32 24 8   13 18 32 26 11
DISABLED   64 18 13 4 1   47 22 20 8 2
ECO. DISADVANTAGED 15 44 28 11   29 24 29 14 3   25 23 31 17 4
ELL   44 23 25 7 1   40 21 26 11 2
MIGRANT*   42 25 25 7   36 26 27 9 1
FEMALE* 12 35 32 19   21 22 31 19 7   16 20 31 23 10
MALE* 11 32 39 17   26 22 29 17 6   20 20 30 21 8
Note: A blank cell indicates a subgroup too small to report or that no test results were reported.
*Indicates subgroups not included as separate sub-populations in the AYP calculation

  FCAT   MATH
  School % District % State %
GRADE ALL L1 L2 L3 L4 L5     L1 L2 L3 L4 L5     L1 L2 L3 L4 L5
ALL STUDENTS 9 40 33 18   18 22 33 21 7   14 18 32 25 11
WHITE 9 36 35 19   13 19 34 26 9   8 14 32 31 15
BLACK OR AFRICAN AMERICAN 60 21   28 27 31 12 2   24 25 32 15 3
HISPANIC / LATINO 40 33   20 23 32 19 5   15 20 33 24 9
ASIAN   5 10 26 33 26   5 8 23 33 31
NATIVE HAWAIIAN OR OTHER PACIFIC ISLANDER    
AMERICAN INDIAN OR ALASKA NATIVE   17 24 33 20 5   13 19 33 25 9
TWO OR MORE RACES* 42 38   14 19 34 24 9   11 17 33 27 13
DISABLED   52 24 18 5 1   39 24 24 11 3
ECO. DISADVANTAGED 51 29 11   22 25 33 17 4   19 23 33 20 5
ELL   30 26 29 12 2   26 24 29 16 5
MIGRANT*   25 27 29 16 3   21 25 33 16 4
FEMALE* 9 40 33 18   17 23 33 21 6   13 19 33 25 10
MALE* 8 40 32 19   18 21 32 21 8   15 18 31 25 11
Note: A blank cell indicates a subgroup too small to report or that no test results were reported.
*Indicates subgroups not included as separate sub-populations in the AYP calculation

ELL STUDENTS

Recently Arrived English Language Learners (ELLs)

Florida students in ESOL programs who have been in the U.S less than one year are required to be tested on the Comprehensive English Language Learning Assessment (CELLA) as well as the FCAT in mathematics but may be exempt for up to one administration of the FCAT in reading. The following chart shows the number of recently arrived ELL students who were not tested on the FCAT in reading but were included in the AYP reading participation rate based on available CELLA scores. As a federally approved flexibility, test scores for recently arrived ELLs are not included in the reading and math proficiency calculations for AYP.



ELL School District State
Reading 0 1389 35148
* Cell sizes smaller than 10 are suppressed.

National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP)

For more than 30 years, The Nation's Report Card (NAEP) has served U.S. educators as an information resource, providing reliable assessment results of what our students know and can do in key subject areas. It is the only ongoing project that monitors national trends in student achievement at grades 4, 8, and 12 and state trends at grades 4 and 8. Main NAEP, conducted at the state and national level, occurs every two years in reading and mathematics and every four years in writing and science. A representative sample of the student population participates, and each student takes only a portion of the assessment. Results are then assembled to form projected state and national scores, based on aggregated student results. NAEP does not provide school- or student-level results.

Below are the 2009 NAEP state results for Grades 4 and 8 in Reading and Mathematics. NAEP was not administered in the 2010-11 school year.

1. Scale Scores

A scale score is derived from an averaging of scores of student responses to NAEP assessment items on a 0—500 point scale. Scale scores summarize the overall level of performance attained by a group of students. (NAEP does not produce scale scores for individual students.) When used in conjunction with interpretive aids, such as item maps, scale scores provide information about what a particular aggregate of students in the population knows and can do.

2. Achievement Level

Achievement levels are performance standards set by the National Assessment Governing Board (NAGB), based on recommendations from panels of educators and members of the public. The standards are based on scale scores and define the degree to which student performance meets expectations of what students should know and be able to do. They provide a context for interpreting student performance on NAEP and offer a means of identifying percentages of students who have demonstrated certain proficiencies. The achievement levels set by the NAGB are Basic, Proficient, and Advanced. Below Basic is also reported but not considered to be an achievement level.

Advanced       Superior performance.
Proficient       Solid academic performance for each grade assessed. Students reaching this level have demonstrated competence over challenging subject matter, including subject-matter knowledge, application of such knowledge to real-world situations, and analytical skills appropriate to the subject matter.
Basic       Denotes partial mastery of prerequisite knowledge and skills that are fundamental for proficient work at each grade.
Below Basic       Scores that fall below the cut score for Basic.

The following chart compares the achievement levels between NAEP and the FCAT:

FCAT Achievement
Levels
NAEP Achievement
Standards
5 Advanced
4 Proficient
2-3 Basic
1 Below Basic

NAEP Participation Rates for Required Subgroups

Additional information is provided at the NAEP website at http://www.nces.ed.gov/nationsreportcard/ or at the FLDOE website at http://www.fldoe.org/asp/naep/.

NAEP MATH
Grade 04
MATH
Grade 08
READING
Grade 04
READING
Grade 08
  Florida Nation Florida Nation Florida Nation Florida Nation
SWD 90 84 87 78 83 71 82 72
ELL 95 94 91 92 71 84 58 83

  NAEP MATH - State Level Results
  % of Students Average Scale Scores % below Basic % Basic % Proficient % Advanced % Basic and above
GRADE 04 Florida Nation Florida Nation Florida Nation Florida Nation Florida Nation Florida Nation Florida Nation
ALL STUDENTS N/A N/A 242 239 14 19 46 43 35 32 5 6 86 81
*
WHITE 46 54 250 248 7 10 40 40 44 42 9 8 93 90
BLACK 22 16 228 222 27 37 53 48 19 14 1 1 73 63
HISPANIC 25 22 238 227 16 30 51 49 31 20 2 1 84 70
DISABLED 15 12 230 220 28 41 46 40 24 17 2 2 72 59
ECO. DISADVANTAGED 55 48 235 228 20 29 51 49 27 21 2 1 80 71
ELL 8 10 226 218 31 43 50 45 18 11 1 1 69 57
* Asian and Indian subgroups were too small to report.

  NAEP MATH - State Level Results
  % of Students Average Scale Scores % below Basic % Basic % Proficient % Advanced % Basic and above
GRADE 08 Florida Nation Florida Nation Florida Nation Florida Nation Florida Nation Florida Nation Florida Nation
ALL STUDENTS N/A N/A 279 282 30 29 41 38 23 26 6 7 70 71
*
WHITE 46 56 289 292 20 18 41 39 30 33 9 10 80 82
BLACK 22 16 264 260 47 51 40 37 12 11 1 1 53 49
HISPANIC 26 21 274 266 34 44 44 39 19 15 3 2 66 56
DISABLED 13 10 252 249 61 64 31 27 7 8 1 1 39 36
ECO. DISADVANTAGED 48 43 269 266 41 43 41 40 16 15 2 2 59 57
ELL 5 6 241 243 70 72 26 23 3 4 1 1 30 28
* Asian and Indian subgroups were too small to report.

  NAEP READING - State Level Results
  % of Students Average Scale Scores % below Basic % Basic % Proficient % Advanced % Basic and above
GRADE 04 Florida Nation Florida Nation Florida Nation Florida Nation Florida Nation Florida Nation Florida Nation
ALL STUDENTS N/A N/A 226 220 27 34 37 34 28 25 8 7 73 66
*
WHITE 47 54 233 229 19 23 36 36 34 31 11 10 81 77
BLACK 22 16 211 204 44 53 38 32 16 13 2 2 56 47
HISPANIC 24 21 223 204 29 52 40 32 25 14 6 2 71 48
DISABLED 15 10 204 189 55 66 28 22 13 10 4 2 45 34
ECO. DISADVANTAGED 54 47 217 206 36 49 39 34 22 15 3 2 64 51
ELL 6 9 205 188 48 71 39 23 12 6 1 N/A 52 29
* Asian and Indian subgroups were too small to report.

  NAEP READING - State Level Results
  % of Students Average Scale Scores % below Basic % Basic % Proficient % Advanced % Basic and above
GRADE 08 Florida Nation Florida Nation Florida Nation Florida Nation Florida Nation Florida Nation Florida Nation
ALL STUDENTS N/A N/A 264 262 24 26 44 44 30 28 2 2 76 74
*
WHITE 46 57 272 271 18 17 42 44 36 36 4 3 82 83
BLACK 22 16 250 245 38 44 47 43 15 13 N/A N/A 62 56
HISPANIC 25 20 260 248 27 41 46 43 26 15 1 1 73 59
DISABLED 13 10 239 229 55 63 34 29 10 8 1 N/A 45 37
ECO. DISADVANTAGED 47 43 255 249 33 40 46 44 20 15 1 1 67 60
ELL 3 5 233 219 59 75 34 22 7 3 N/A N/A 41 25
* Asian and Indian subgroups were too small to report.
SCHOOL SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENT

SCHOOL SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENT

Schools and communities must provide an environment that is drug free and protects the health, safety, and civil rights of everyone in the school.

School Environmental Safety: Reported Incidents

The most recent full-year district-level data on reported incidents is available through the office of Safe Schools at http://fldoe.org/safeschools/discipline.asp.

The No Child Left Behind Act provides for an Unsafe School Choice Option, which ensures that students who attend a school that has been identified as persistently dangerous are allowed the option of attending another school within the same district.

For the 2010-11 school year, no Florida public school was identified as persistently dangerous.*

*pending review of complete full-year data

TEACHERS AND STAFF

TEACHERS AND STAFF

Schools, districts, and the state ensure that teachers and staff are professionally qualified. School boards must provide a learning environment conducive to teaching and learning.

New Staff

The table shows the number and percentage of instructional staff and school-based administrators who were newly hired at this school in 2010-11.

Staff Type Total Number
for 2010-11
Number Newly Hired
for 2010-11
School % District % State %
Instructional Staff 29 3 10.3 23.9 18.9
School-Based Administrators 2 0 0.0 12.5 23.2
Total 31 3 9.7 23.4 19.1

The Professional Qualifications of Teachers

Degree Level

This table shows the number and percentage of teachers at each degree level.

  School % District % State %
Degree Level Number 2010-11 2009-10 2010-11 2009-10 2010-11 2009-10
Bachelor's Degree 16 59.3 66.7 74.8 75.3 65.2 65.3
Master's Degree 11 40.7 33.3 23.9 23.5 32.2 32.1
Specialist Degree       0.7 0.6 1.7 1.6
Doctorate       0.6 0.6 1.0 1.0
Total All Degrees 27 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

Percentage of Teachers Teaching with Emergency or Provisional Credentials

Florida has no un-certified teachers, although some teachers may be temporarily assigned to areas outside their field of specialization. Data on classes taught by teachers out of field is provided in the following table.

In-Field and Out-of-Field Teachers

The following chart shows the percentage of core academic classes taught by teachers teaching in-field compared to the percentage of classes taught by teachers teaching out-of-field. When a teacher in a district school system is assigned teaching duties in a class dealing with subject matter that is outside the field in which the teacher is certified, outside the field that was the applicant's minor field of study, or outside the field in which the applicant has demonstrated sufficient subject area expertise, as determined by district school board policy in the subject area to be taught, that teacher is teaching "out-of-field." Core academic subjects are English, reading, language arts, mathematics, science, foreign languages, civics, government, economics, arts, history, and geography.

  School % District % State %
Percentage of Classes with Teachers Teaching In-Field 100.0 91.1 95.4
Percentage of Classes with Teachers Teaching Out-of-Field 0.0 8.9 4.6

Classes Not Taught by Highly Qualified Teachers

The chart below shows the percentage of classes not taught by "Highly Qualified Teachers" in core academic subjects as defined in federal statute. A highly qualified teacher has earned at least a bachelor's degree and holds a Florida teaching certificate with appropriate certification for each core academic area of assignment. Core academic subjects are English, reading, language arts, mathematics, science, foreign languages, civics, government, economics, arts, history, and geography.

  School % District % State %
Classes Not Taught by Highly Qualified Teachers   All Schools High-Poverty Schools* Low-Poverty Schools* All Schools High-Poverty Schools* Low-Poverty Schools*
June 0.0 3.8 0.0 11.6 9.6 12.4 6.5
July 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 11.0 14.1 4.6
October 5.1 4.4 4.0 4.1 5.0 5.6 4.5
February 0.7 3.6 3.8 2.5 4.7 5.0 4.1
Combined All Year 2.9 4.0 3.9 3.6 5.0 5.5 4.3

*High poverty schools are schools ranking in the top 25 percent of schools based on the percentage of students eligible for free/reduced-price lunch. Low poverty schools rank in bottom quartile of schools based on free/reduced-price lunch enrollment. That is, low poverty schools have the lowest enrollment in free/reduced-price lunch as a percentage of total membership.

(AYP)

FLORIDA SCHOOL PERFORMANCE GRADE AND ADEQUATE YEARLY PROGRESS (AYP)

School Performance Grade

School Performance Grade

Public schools in Florida are graded annually based on student performance on the FCAT and the percentage of students making learning gains. Schools are assigned a letter grade (A through F) corresponding with their rated performance, with grade A representing the highest performance rating and grade F representing a failed rating. A rating of I indicates that grading is incomplete. A grade of N indicates that the school is not graded. While the vast majority of Florida's schools receive a performance grade, certain types of schools are exempt from grading, including exceptional student education (ESE) centers and Department of Juvenile Justice (DJJ) facilities. High schools and combination schools that serve high school grade levels will receive a grade based 50 percent on FCAT and 50 percent on new measures. Those grades will not be available until November 2011. For those schools, a "P" appears in place of their grades.

2010-11 School Performance Grade*: A

*Certain school grades may be subject to modification pending appeal.

For more information on school grades and grading procedures, contact your principal's office or your local school board or visit the web page at http://schoolgrades.fldoe.org.

Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP)

Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) Report

Federal legislation requires schools to report based on annual objectives for students in reading, mathematics, and writing, as well as the high school graduation rate. A separate report that presents and explains AYP results for your school, your school district, and the state is distributed in conjunction with this document and is also available from the office of your school's principal and/or your local school board. The AYP report also provides information on schools identified for school improvement. Detailed information on school, district, and state AYP is available at http://schoolgrades.fldoe.org/default.asp.

REPORTING REQUIREMENTS OF FEDERAL LEGISLATION

REPORTING REQUIREMENTS OF FEDERAL LEGISLATION


A. Notice of School Improvement Status and Options

School districts are responsible for identifying Title I schools as schools in need of improvement when they fail to make AYP in consecutive years. School districts must notify parents when their child's school has been identified for school improvement, for corrective action, or for restructuring. The school district must also provide an explanation of the parents' option to transfer their child to another public school, with transportation provided when required, or to obtain supplemental educational services. Sec. 1116(b)(6).


School improvement status is indicated by the school performance grade and AYP status herein.


B. State's Obligation to Assist Schools and Districts in Reporting

The Department of Education shall ensure that each school district collects appropriate data and includes in each school's annual report the information provided in the state annual report card as well as the number and percentage of schools identified for school improvement and how long the schools have been so identified. Sec. 1111(h)(2)(B).


C. Notice of Local Education Agency (LEA) Improvement Status

Parents of students attending a school in a district identified for improvement are entitled to know why the school district was identified for improvement. The state is responsible for providing an explanation to parents in an easily understood format. The explanation must contain information on how parents can assist in the improvement efforts. Sec. 1116(c)(6).


Additional required information is included in the accompanying Adequate Yearly Progress Report.


Additional statistics and information of interest may be found in the various data reports on the department's website at http://www.fldoe.org/eias/eiaspubs/default.asp


The federal Elementary & Secondary Education Act requires states to evaluate the performance of all students in all schools in order to determine whether each school and district has made Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP). Specific criteria for AYP evaluations are described below. All schools that do not make AYP are identified. School districts are responsible for identifying Title I schools as in need of improvement when they fail to make AYP in consecutive years. For the 2010-11 school year, requirements for school improvements apply to Title I schools that did not make AYP in 2009-10 and 2010-11.* Students attending these schools are eligible for public school choice options for the 2010-11 school year. Title I schools that fail to make AYP for more than two consecutive years are required to provide additional services to students and to implement defined strategies for improving school performance.

* AYP results are evaluated separately for mathematics and reading in determining whether proficiency targets were missed in consecutive years and in targeting areas for improvement.

ADEQUATE YEARLY PROGRESS INDICATOR

Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) Indicator

Determining adequate yearly progress is a multi-step process applied to each public school. The federal Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) requires determination of AYP to identify schools in need of improvement.

AYP is based primarily on student participation and performance in reading and math, school writing performance, the graduation rate (for high schools), and the school performance grade (via the School Accountability Report).

The Department of Education has elected to provide information on AYP separate from the other indicators featured on the NCLB SPAR in order to emphasize the distinction between the state's school performance grade and the AYP indicator.

Basic AYP requirements are as follows:

Safe Harbor: For subgroups not achieving the reading and/or math targets, AYP may still be attained if the number of non-proficient students decreased by 10% or more from the previous year AND the subgroup met AYP requirements for participation (reading and math), writing proficiency, and the graduation rate (for high schools).

Growth Model:Subgroups that do not achieve the reading and/or math targets and fail to meet Safe Harbor criteria can still attain adequate progress if the percentage of students who are on track to be proficient (via the Growth Model) meets or exceeds annual proficiency targets. Subgroups must also meet qualifying criteria in reading/math participation, writing proficiency, and the graduation rate. More information on AYP calculations and results, including the growth model, is available in the Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) Technical Assistance Paper, which is available via a link at http://schoolgrades.fldoe.org.

The SPAR includes a table indicating whether the school, district, and state made AYP. Technical information on the AYP calculation and related resources are available at http://schoolgrades.fldoe.org.

AYP Status, 2010-11 (indicates status prior to the end of the appeals period)

The table below shows the AYP status of the school, district, and state for the 2010-11 school year. Data used to calculate AYP for 2010-11 includes FCAT data for 2010-11 and 2009-10, graduation rate data for 2009-10 and 2008-09, and the school performance grade assigned in 2011.

School AYP Status District AYP Status State AYP Status
Y N N

Key: N = did not make AYP    Y = Made AYP    T = School Too Small*    I = Incomplete

*Certain schools fall below federal minimum enrollment requirements for evaluation of AYP criteria.

The following table shows the schools in your district that did not make AYP.

Schools That Did Not Make AYP in the District, 2010-11

District Number School Number School Name
53 31 LAKELAND SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
53 43 LAWTON CHILES MIDDLE ACADEMY
53 51 SOUTHWEST MIDDLE SCHOOL
53 61 CARLTON PALMORE ELEM. SCHOOL
53 81 CLEVELAND COURT ELEM. SCHOOL
53 91 COMBEE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
53 92 DORIS A. SANDERS LEARNING CTR
53 101 CRYSTAL LAKE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
53 131 DIXIELAND ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
53 151 PHILIP O'BRIEN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
53 181 MEDULLA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
53 191 R. BRUCE WAGNER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
53 201 NORTH LAKELAND ELEMENTARY SCHOOL OF CHOICE
53 231 SOUTHWEST ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
53 261 ROCHELLE SCHOOL OF THE ARTS
53 311 DANIEL JENKINS ACADEMY TECH
53 321 SHELLEY S. BOONE MIDDLE SCHOOL
53 331 ALTA VISTA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
53 341 SANDHILL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
53 361 EASTSIDE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
53 391 BETHUNE ACADEMY
53 401 DAVENPORT SCHOOL OF THE ARTS
53 481 WINTER HAVEN SENIOR HIGH SCHL
53 491 DENISON MIDDLE SCHOOL
53 531 FRANK E. BRIGHAM ACADEMY
53 571 WESTWOOD MIDDLE SCHOOL
53 591 ELBERT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
53 601 FRED G. GARNER ELEMENTARY SCHL
53 611 INWOOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
53 621 LAKE SHIPP ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
53 631 JOHN SNIVELY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL OF CHOICE
53 651 LAKE ALFRED ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
53 661 KAREN M. SIEGEL ACADEMY
53 681 WAHNETA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
53 711 JEWETT MIDDLE ACADEMY MAGNET
53 712 JEWETT SCHOOL OF THE ARTS
53 791 FT. MEADE MIDDLE/SR. HIGH SCHL
53 802 LEWIS ANNA WOODBURY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
53 811 AUBURNDALE SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
53 821 JERE L. STAMBAUGH MIDDLE
53 841 LENA VISTA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
53 851 AUBURNDALE CENTRAL ELEMENTARY
53 861 WALTER CALDWELL ELEM. SCHOOL
53 881 POLK CITY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
53 901 BARTOW SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
53 931 BARTOW MIDDLE SCHOOL
53 932 COMPASS MIDDLE CHARTER SCHOOL
53 933 CHAIN OF LAKES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
53 961 FLORAL AVENUE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
53 962 JEAN O'DELL LEARNING CENTER
53 981 GIBBONS STREET ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
53 1041 ALTURAS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
53 1051 TENOROC HIGH SCHOOL
53 1061 HIGHLAND CITY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
53 1131 MULBERRY SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
53 1141 PURCELL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
53 1151 KINGSFORD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
53 1161 MULBERRY MIDDLE SCHOOL
53 1181 KATHLEEN SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
53 1191 KATHLEEN MIDDLE SCHOOL
53 1221 KATHLEEN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
53 1231 GRIFFIN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
53 1241 JESSE KEEN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
53 1251 WINSTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
53 1271 SLEEPY HILL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
53 1281 HIGHLANDS GROVE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
53 1291 FROSTPROOF ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
53 1341 MCLAUGHLIN MIDDLE SCHOOL
53 1351 POLK AVENUE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
53 1361 HILLCREST ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
53 1362 HORIZONS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
53 1371 SPOOK HILL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
53 1381 ROOSEVELT ACADEMY
53 1401 JANIE HOWARD WILSON SCHOOL
53 1421 DALE R FAIR BABSON PARK ELEM.
53 1451 EDGAR L. PADGETT ELEMENTARY
53 1491 GAUSE ACADEMY OF LEADERSHIP
53 1501 CRYSTAL LAKE MIDDLE SCHOOL
53 1521 OSCAR J. POPE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
53 1591 MAYNARD A. TRAVISS CAREER CENTER
53 1601 BOK ACADEMY
53 1611 LAUREL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
53 1662 LAKE ALFRED-ADDAIR MIDDLE SCHOOL
53 1671 MCKEEL ACADEMY OF TECHNOLOGY
53 1681 SCOTT LAKE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
53 1701 EAGLE LAKE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
53 1702 PALMETTO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
53 1711 GARDEN GROVE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
53 1721 LAKE WALES SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
53 1731 PINEWOOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
53 1751 JAMES E. STEPHENS ELEM. SCHOOL
53 1761 LAKE GIBSON MIDDLE SCHOOL
53 1762 LAKE GIBSON SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
53 1771 LAKELAND HIGHLANDS MIDDLE SCHL
53 1781 DUNDEE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
53 1791 HAINES CITY SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
53 1801 FROSTPROOF MIDDLE/SENIOR HIGH
53 1811 CLARENCE BOSWELL ELEM. SCHOOL
53 1821 JAMES W. SIKES ELEMENTARY SCHL
53 1831 LAKE MARION CREEK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
53 1841 R. CLEM CHURCHWELL ELEMENTARY
53 1851 DR. NE ROBERTS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
53 1861 ROSABELLE W. BLAKE ACADEMY
53 1881 WENDELL WATSON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
53 1891 VALLEYVIEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
53 1901 SOCRUM ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
53 1908 SPESSARD L HOLLAND ELEMENTARY
53 1921 BEN HILL GRIFFIN JR ELEM SCHL
53 1931 GEORGE W. JENKINS SENIOR HIGH
53 1941 LOUGHMAN OAKS ELEMENTARY SCHL
53 1951 BERKLEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
53 1961 DISCOVERY ACADEMY OF LAKE ALFRED
53 1971 SLEEPY HILL MIDDLE SCHOOL
53 1981 DUNDEE RIDGE MIDDLE SCHOOL
53 1991 LAKE REGION HIGH SCHOOL
53 2001 BILL DUNCAN OPPORTUNITY CENTER
53 7001 POLK VIRTUAL INSTRUCTION PROGRAM
53 8142 BERKLEY ACCELERATED MIDDLE SCHOOL
53 8143 OUR CHILDREN'S ACADEMY
53 8146 LIFE SKILLS CENTER POLK COUNTY EAST
53 8148 DROP BACK IN
53 9003 HOSPITAL HOMEBOUND
53 9224 AVON PARK YOUTH ACADEMY
53 9233 SHERIFF'S YOUTH VILLA
53 9255 ESE COUNTYWIDE

Percentage of Your District's Title I Schools Identified for Improvement

The table below shows the number and percentage of Title I schools in your district that were identified for improvement in the coming year.

Number of Title I
Schools in the District
Number of Title I Schools
Identified for Improvement
Percent of Title I Schools
Identified for Improvement
85 69 81.2

Title I Schools That Did Not Make AYP for At Least Two of the Past Three Years and Were Identified for Improvement

Students enrolled during 2010-11 in the schools shown below are eligible for public school choice and/or supplemental services in 2011-12.

District Number School Number School Name Number of
Years Listed
53 51 SOUTHWEST MIDDLE SCHOOL 1
53 91 COMBEE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 8
53 101 CRYSTAL LAKE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 8
53 151 PHILIP O'BRIEN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 3
53 201 NORTH LAKELAND ELEMENTARY SCHOOL OF CHOICE 7
53 231 SOUTHWEST ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 3
53 321 SHELLEY S. BOONE MIDDLE SCHOOL 8
53 331 ALTA VISTA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 8
53 361 EASTSIDE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 1
53 491 DENISON MIDDLE SCHOOL 1
53 571 WESTWOOD MIDDLE SCHOOL 8
53 591 ELBERT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 4
53 601 FRED G. GARNER ELEMENTARY SCHL 5
53 611 INWOOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 6
53 621 LAKE SHIPP ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 2
53 631 JOHN SNIVELY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL OF CHOICE 8
53 651 LAKE ALFRED ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 2
53 661 KAREN M. SIEGEL ACADEMY 2
53 681 WAHNETA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 8
53 802 LEWIS ANNA WOODBURY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 7
53 821 JERE L. STAMBAUGH MIDDLE 1
53 841 LENA VISTA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 6
53 851 AUBURNDALE CENTRAL ELEMENTARY 8
53 861 WALTER CALDWELL ELEM. SCHOOL 7
53 881 POLK CITY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 1
53 931 BARTOW MIDDLE SCHOOL 1
53 932 COMPASS MIDDLE CHARTER SCHOOL 3
53 961 FLORAL AVENUE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 6
53 962 JEAN O'DELL LEARNING CENTER 2
53 981 GIBBONS STREET ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 6
53 1041 ALTURAS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 3
53 1141 PURCELL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 5
53 1151 KINGSFORD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 7
53 1161 MULBERRY MIDDLE SCHOOL 1
53 1191 KATHLEEN MIDDLE SCHOOL 5
53 1221 KATHLEEN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 3
53 1231 GRIFFIN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 6
53 1241 JESSE KEEN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 8
53 1251 WINSTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 8
53 1271 SLEEPY HILL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 2
53 1291 FROSTPROOF ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 8
53 1341 MCLAUGHLIN MIDDLE SCHOOL 5
53 1351 POLK AVENUE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 7
53 1361 HILLCREST ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 4
53 1362 HORIZONS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 2
53 1371 SPOOK HILL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 6
53 1381 ROOSEVELT ACADEMY 2
53 1401 JANIE HOWARD WILSON SCHOOL 6
53 1451 EDGAR L. PADGETT ELEMENTARY 6
53 1501 CRYSTAL LAKE MIDDLE SCHOOL 5
53 1521 OSCAR J. POPE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 5
53 1611 LAUREL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 1
53 1662 LAKE ALFRED-ADDAIR MIDDLE SCHOOL 4
53 1701 EAGLE LAKE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 6
53 1702 PALMETTO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 1
53 1731 PINEWOOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 6
53 1751 JAMES E. STEPHENS ELEM. SCHOOL 6
53 1781 DUNDEE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 8
53 1811 CLARENCE BOSWELL ELEM. SCHOOL 6
53 1831 LAKE MARION CREEK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 1
53 1841 R. CLEM CHURCHWELL ELEMENTARY 6
53 1851 DR. NE ROBERTS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 3
53 1861 ROSABELLE W. BLAKE ACADEMY 1
53 1901 SOCRUM ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 4
53 1921 BEN HILL GRIFFIN JR ELEM SCHL 8
53 1941 LOUGHMAN OAKS ELEMENTARY SCHL 8
53 1961 DISCOVERY ACADEMY OF LAKE ALFRED 1
53 1971 SLEEPY HILL MIDDLE SCHOOL 5
53 1981 DUNDEE RIDGE MIDDLE SCHOOL 5

Notice of Availability of School Financial Report


For information on revenues and expenditures for your school and district, contact your local school board or your school's administrative office. An online listing of district offices and a directory of schools are also available at http://www.fldoe.org/schools/schoolmap/flash/schoolmap_text.asp.