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Title: Analysis of membership at the close of each month of school
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ANALYSIS OF MEMBERSHIP AT THE

CLOSE OF EACH MONTH OF SCHOOL

1960-61


Research Report 15
Division of Research













Thomas D. Bailey
State Superintendent of Public Instruction
Tallahassee, Florida


January, 1962





























Research Report 15 is a revision of Research
Report 9 prepared by the Division of Research
of Florida State Department of Education.

The preparation of these reports is one phase in
the implementation of Florida's plan for improv-
ing statistical services of the State Department
of Education under the provisions of Title X,
National Defense Education Act.








ANALYSIS OF MEMBERSHIP AT THE CLOSE


OF EACH MONTH OF SCHOOL 1960-61


The data included in this report are compiled from Item 18, "Membership at
Close of Each Month of School," Principal's Annual Report on Attendance,
Form At-12p, submitted to the State Department of Education for the 1960-61
school year.

This is the fourth year for which a complete tabulation has been made. A
partial analysis of 1956-57 data was prepared. It is still early to use
these data for conclusions as to the established pattern of growth in mem-
bership in Florida Public Schools. However, some patterns are beginning to
emerge that suggest tentative conclusions, especially trends in the last
four years for which complete analyses have been made.

Primarily this is a statistical study prepared in an effort to establish
trends of value for future planning. For this reason the traditional
breakdown by race is presented. Since schools in a number of counties
now operate on an integrated basis, this breakdown is not absolutely ac-
curate. For statistical purposes, pupils in schools with a predominantly
white enrollment are designated as "White" and pupils attending schools
with a predominantly non-white enrollment are designated as "Negro." The
number of pupils involved is not large enough to affect the trends to any
significant degree at this time.


1956-57 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61
Increase-Peak Month
over First Month
White 20,988 17,664 12,295 11,333 10,177
Negro 5,572 6,362 5,271 4,188 4,026

Per Cent of Increase-
Peak Month over First
Month
White 3.78% 2.85% 1.84% 1.58% 1.33%
Negro 3.46 3.70 2.83. 2.10 1.90

The difference between peak month membership and membership at the close of
the first month appears to be in a declining trend. This is shown graphi-
cally in Figure A and Figure B. The significance of this trend is not clear.
It may be that more and more of the new residents are making their move into
Florida during the summer rather than after the school year is underway.
While this is true for the state as a whole, some counties still are experi-
encing a substantial increase during peak months as is shown in the accompany-
ing county-by-county tabulations.








1956-57 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61
Peak Membership Month
White 6th 5th 6th 5th 5th
Negro 5th 5th 4th 4th 4th

Membership in predominantly white schools appears to build up slowly to a peak
during the fifth or sixth month. Membership in predominantly Negro schools
builds up more rapidly to a peak during the fourth month.


1956-57 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61
Membership change from
End of First Month to
End of Last Month
White 5,985 1,667 -2,498 -4,537 -5,172
Negro 2,052 3,381 1,252 333 334
All Pupils 8,037 5,048 -1,246 -h,204 -5,506


Per Cent change from End
of First Month to End of
Last Month
White 1.08% .27% -.37% -.63% -.68%
Negro 1.28 1.96 .67 .17 -.16


Number of Counties show-
ing a net loss between
End of First Month and
End of School
White 35 33 40o 1 h9
Negro 30 25 31 34 35

During 1960-61, for the first time, membership for both races was less at the
close of the school year than at the end of the first month of school. The
net loss in membership appears to be on the increase. No reason for this is
apparent -- it well may be that the causes will'vary from county to county.
It is a situation that merits study at the county level.


1956-57 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61
Net loss during the
Last Month of School
White 7,278 7,274 7,161 7,h47 7,290
Negro 1,201 1,057 1,232 821 1,043
All Pupils 8,497 8,331 8,393 8,268 8,333

Florida schools have shown a net decrease in excess of eight thousand pupils in
each of the last five years during the last month of school. In tourist counties
this loss may be explained as winter residents withdrawing pupils to return to
other states. Decreasing winter farm activitylate in the school year may be
another explanation. The significant factor seems to be that the net loss is
stabilized just above the eight thousand mark regardless of the substantial
increase in the total number of pupils enrolled.









Increase in Average
Daily Membership over
Previous Year
white 51,263 57,848 46,372 49,h43 43,431
Negro 10,810 12,095 12,748 12,l40 12,723
All Pupils 62,073 69,943 59,120 61,583 56,154

Net increase between
End of one year and
End of First Month of
succeeding year
White N.A. 5h,375 48,056 52,749 48,499
Negro N.A. 9,345 10,745 11,506 12,642
All Pupils 63,720 58,801 64,255 61,141

For the past two years the increase over the summer months (between the end
of one year and the end of the first month of the succeeding year) has been
larger than the increase in average daily membership for the full year. The
pattern that has been developing appears to be a substantial increase at
the beginning of a school year over the final membership of the proceeding
year, followed by an increase to the peak month and then a drop-off toward
the end of the year to a membership under that at the beginning of the year.

This is not a study of drop-outs since it is concerned with net membership,
with new students off-setting drop-outs. However, any county showing a
substantial loss in students during the year may profitably devote some
time to an investigation of the causes of such decreases.

Table 1 gives, for a five year period, a comparison of the change in
membership at the close of each month of school from the membership at the
close of the first month.

Table 2 gives, for a five year period, the membership at the close of each
month of school expressed as a ratio or per cent of the membership at the
close of the first month of school.

Figures A and B express the data in Table 1 and Table 2 in graphic form.

Tables 3 and 5 show the change in membership at the end of each month from
the membership at the end of the first month, by race.

Tables 4 and 6 show the percentage change in membership at the end of each
month from the membership at the end of the first month, by race.

Table 7 gives, by race and by county, number and per cent of change in
membership from the close of 1959-60 to the end of the first month of
1960-61. This same table gives changes in average daily membership for
purposes of comparison.

The pattern of monthly membership appears to be similar for each of the
last three years, although there seems to be a "flattening out" of the
peak enrollment period. Florida schools closed the year with fewer pupils
than were in membership at the end of the first month.


1959-60 1960-61


1956-57 1957-58 1958-59








TABLE la


CHANGE IN MEMBERSHIP AT THE CLOSE OF
FROM MEMBERSHIP AT THE CLOSE OF
BOTH RACES


1957-58


(790,443)
7,343
15,067
21,345
2,007
23,090
18,279
13,379
5,048


1958-59

(854,735)
4,974
10,825
15,465
17,038
16,602
12,812
7,147
1,216


EACH MONTH OF SCHOOL
THE FIRST MONTH



1959-60


(917,744)
3,989
9,611
14,042
15,175
13,998
9,922
4,064
4,20L


TABLE 2a


MEMBERSHIP AT THE CLOSE OF EACH MONTH OF SCHOOL AS A
PERCENTAGE OF MEMBERSHIP AT THE END OF THE FIRST MONTH
BOTH RACES


1957-58

100.00%
100.93
101.91
102.70
103.04
102.92
102.31
101.69
100.64


1958-59

100.00%
100.58
101.27
101.81
101.99
101.94
101.50
100.84
99.85


1959-60

100.00%
100.43
101.05
101.53
101.65
101.53
101.08
lOO.44
99.54


* Based on incomplete reports.


Month


1956-57*

(715,951)
7,451
16,525
23,526
26,496
26,073
21,889
16,516
8,037


1960-61


(974,644)
3,569
8,926
12,271
13,493
12,274
8,339
2,827
5,506


Month


1956-57*

100.00%
101.O .
102.31
103.29
103.70
103.6)4
103.06
102.31
101.12


1960-61

100.00O
100.37
100.92
101.26
101.38
101.26
100.86
100.29
99.44






TABLE 1


CHOAJEr: IN :rT.EERSTIP AT THE CLOSE OF EACH MONTH OF SCHOOL
FROM MEMBERSHIP AT THE CLOSE OF THE FIRST MONTH


1956-57*"
White Negro


4,735
11,639
17,966
20,924
20,988
17,496
13,263
5,985


2,716
4,886
5,560
5,572
5,085
4,393
3,253
2,052


1957-58
White Negro


4,094
9,355
15,204
17,645
16,998
12,806
8,941
1,667


3,249
5,712
6,1141
6,362
6,092
5,473
4,438
3,381


1958-59
White Negro


Month


1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9


2,270
4,753
5,271
4,873
4,307
3,538
2,484
1,252


1959-60
White Negro


2,046
5,648
9,854
11,333
10,585
7,796
2,910
-4,537


1,943
3,963
4,188
3,842
3,413
2,126
1,154
333


1960-61
White Negro


1,369
4,919
8,2L45
10,177
9,453
6,079
2,118
-5,172


2,200
4,007
4,026
3,316
2,821
2,260
709
- 334


:[1iE:ERiHIP AT THE CLOSE OF EACH MONTH OF SCHOOL AS A
PERCENTAGE OF -i!EIELSHIP AT THE END OF THE FIRST MONTH


1956-57*
White Negro


100.00
100.85
102.10
103.24
103.77
103.78
103.15
102.39
101.08


100.00
101.69
103.04
103.45
103.46
103.16
102.73
102.02
101.28


1957-58
White Negro


100.00
100.66
101.51
102.46
102.85
102.75
102.07
101.15
100.27


100.00
101.89
103.32
103.57
103.70
103.54
103.18
102.58
101.96


1958-59
White Negro

100.00 100.00
100.40 101.22
100.91 102.55
101.53 102.83
101.82 102.52
101.84 102.31
101.39 101.90
100.70 101.33
99.63 100.67


1
White

100.00
100.28
100.79
101.37
101.58
101.47
101.08
100.40
99.37


959-60 1960-61
Negro White Negro


100.00
100.98
101.99
102.10
101.93
101.71
101.07
100.58
100.17


100.00
100.18
100.65
101.08
101.33
101.24
100.80
100.28
99.32


100.00
101.0o
101.89
101.90
101.56
101.33
101.07
100.33
99.84


* Based on incomplete reports.


2,704
6,072
10,194
12,165
12,295
9,274
4,663
-2,498


TABLE 2


Month


1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9






FIGURE A


CHANGE IN MEMBERSHIP AT THE CLOSE OF EACH MONTH OF SCHOOL FROM MEMBERSHIP AT THE CLOSE OF THE FIRST MONTH
Change from Month
First Month
S_ 2 3 5 6 7 8
I I I- I I 1
--- 1956-57 *----.
25,000 ...... 1957-58
-- 1958-59 -- -"X- "
-- 1959-60 /
1960-61
20,000 / .



15,000 /. .--

0 /---.----- ---\----

10,000 / ".



5,000 .
.. ."lj -ii .,
' .Y i \-
.',,2 i ' x, .


-5,000






FIGURE B


MEMBERSHIP AT THE CLOSE OF EACH MONTH OF SCHOOL AS A PERCENTAGE OF MEMBERSHIP AT THE END OF THE FIRST MONTH

Percent of Month
First Month
1 2 3 U 5 6 7 8


.. 1956-57 I
...... 1957-58 i
-**- 1958-59
103 1 959-60 ......... ... **-.-*-*..* .--- ----- -......-
1960-61 / .. ". i

/ *0 0

102 ,.' .: r. \




S01 \



9-.
A,4.








TABLE 3
END OF MONTH MEMBERSHIP 1960-61, WHITE


Membership End
of First Month
1960-61


Change in Membership from First Month, 1960-61


4th


7th


8th


Average
Daily
9th Membership
1960-61


Alachua 10,130 8 25 43 35 -1 4 -22 -66 10,123
Baker 1,454 -10 -12 -21 -18 -14 -17 -23 -20 1,438
Bay 12,260 -90 -209 -255 326 -323 -347 -344 -447 11,965
Bradford 2,492 -7 -9 -16 -6 11 -12 -13 -19 2,484
Brevard 20,679 50 188 443 528 552 632 619 377 21,032
Broward 48,604 156 493 1,091 1,289 1,266 955 583 6b 49,192
Calhoun 1,675 -3 -16 -32 -42 -41 -57 -75 -85 1,637
Charlotte 1,689 12 30 121 168 179 182 176 124 1,789
Citrus 1,l14 -5 15 4 -7 2 -2 -3 1,510
Clay 3,776 -13 -19 -58 58 -47 -59 -67 --110 3,729
Collier 2,401 176 304 433 474 477 470 382 102 2,704
Columbia 3,313 -3 -9 -15 -16 -16 -20 -26 -30 3,295
Dade 132,123 289 1,330 1,949 2,944 3,195 2,696 1,562 200 133,697
De Soto 1,664 -14 6 43 48 58 29 12 -7 1,680
Dixie 1,024 4 14 2 1 -1 -L 1,029
Duval 75,474 -220 -317 -536 741 -957 -1,215 -1,232 1,727 74,717
Escambia 30,423 -125 -142 -190 225 -263 -305 -343 504 30,139
Flagler 576 2 2 -3 5 2 5 6 4 578
Franklin 1,113 10 9 3 17 4 10 -25 -30 1,103
Gadsden 3,153 -19 -2 3 22 10 7 4 2 3,157
Gilchrist 626 2 4 6 11 15 18 11 10 634
Glades 345 8 14 13 15 17 3 2 352
Gulf 1,975 -34 -59 -82 -96 -110 -106 -114 132 1,900
Hamilton 1,198 1 4 -10 -16 25 -36 -36 -33 1,185
Hardee 2,465 16 46 69 61 50 53 18 35 2,494
Hendry 1,423 33 42 49 -7 41 18 3 20 1, 44
Hernando 1,889 16 12 10 15 1 -39 -65 -84 1,75
Highlands 3,485 37 115 165 167 173 170 122 75 3,?94
Hillsborough 66,538 224 441 574 836 414 196 -202 923 66,633
Holmes 2,813 -8 -18 -27 7 7 -32 -34 -47 2,779


County


__ _






Indian River
Jackson
Jefferson
Lafayette
Lake
Lee
Leon
Levy
Liberty
Madison
Manatee
Marion
Martin
Monroe
Nana1 i


Okaloc
Okeecl
Orange
OsceoJ
Palm I


3,854
6,049
895
661
9 210
d,8640
10,023
1,707
670
1,853
9,468
7,499
2,339
6,348
3-i 31


-4
-5
1
3
-17
83
8
12-
-6
-1
41
-22
-4
62
-12


9
-35
-9
2
54
328
-53
23
-13

126
-14
56
83
-17


26
-140
-19
2
-4
501
-89
42
-20
10
194
30
99
90
-L2


49
-194
-16
-1
72
596
-99
49
-27
5
250
25
123
177
-L


37
-258
-18
-4
17
574
-80
55
-19
-13
266'
24
123
184
-4g


26
-298
-19
-6
-12
4142
-27
46
-23
-11
265
3
97
99
-65


14
-3214
-18
-3
-52
348
-11
23
-25
-21
156
15
72
27
-68


-7
-338
-15
-3
-113
198
-90
13
- 23
- 24
346
-30
L47
-65
-92


3,864
5,884
882
657
9,200
9,147
9,968
1,733
.653
1,845
9,596
7,487
2,392
6,416
3,285


osa 12,097 -40 -50 -115 -190 -210 -221 -268 3b2 11,942
hobee 1,475 -2 30 38 13 21 21 52 9 1,488
S45,071 64 328 549 508 466 313 250 111 45,266
La 3,047 -1 53 21 57 67 21 -3 -18 3,070
each 28,924 364 798 1,387 1,607 1,737 1,515 1,150 690 29,863


Pasco
Pinellas
Polk
Putnam
St. Johns
St. Lucie
Santa Rosa
Sarasota
Seminole
.Sumter


5, 60
48,792
34,387
5,219
3,720
5,0o43
6,064
11,500
8,51
2-1X5


30
174
137
24
-5
-4
2
91
-7
-14


52
228
473
2
24
83
-13
212
23


132
366
715
20
114
153
-27
381
162
S


167i
643
694
-2
-2
174
-43
431
134
-23


1L47
191
538
-17
2
172
-38
1451
201
-42


00
38
252
-39
-17
139
-48
305
170
-141


4Y
-182
24
-42
-40
117
-56
210
131
-60


- o
-735
-255
-72
-77
72
-67
103
51
-80


48,889
34,632
5,204
3 706
5,129
6,026
11,730
8,622
2,117


Suwannee 2,826 1 -4 -5 1 -1 -2 -14 -21 2,620
Taylor 2,631 -9 7 -2 9 -9 -11 -14 -35 2,616
Union 881 -6 -7 -7 -10 -11 -15 -16 -9 870
Volusia 16,729 -21 27 53 71 117 .23 -7 144 17,047
Wakulla 986 -7 27 -22 36 -35 -38 -38 -47 961
Walton 3,381 -14 20 2 31 -59 -70 -103 -113 3,334
Washington 2,2146 -20 28 -30 34 -29 -39 -30 -49 2,215

TOTAL 762,606 1,369 4,919 8,245 10,177 9,1453 6,079 2,118 -5,172 766,370







TABLE 4


MEMBERSHIP AT CLOSE OF EACH MONTH OF SCHOOL AS A PERCENTAGE OF
MEMBERSHIP AT CLOSE OF FIRST MONTH OF SCHOOL 1960-61, WHITE


Per Cent Membership each Month Compared to First Month, 1960-61
County
1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th
Month Month Month Month Month Month Month Month Month

Alachua 100.00 100.08 100.25 100.42 100.35 99.99 100.04 99.78 99.35
Baker 100.00 99.31 99.17 98.56 98.76 99.04 98.83 98.42 98.62
Bay 100.00 99.27 98.30 97.92 97.34 97.37 97.17 97.19 96.35
Bradford 100.00 99.72 99.64 99.36 99.76 100.44 99.52 99.48 99.24
Brevard 100.00 100.24 100.91 102.14 102.55 102.67 103.06 102.99 101.82
Broward 100.00 100.32 101.01 102.24 102.65 102.60 101.96 101.20 100.1i
Calhoun 100.00 99.82 99.0O 98.09 97.49 97.55 96.60 95.52 94.93
Charlotte 100.00 100.71 101.78 107.16 109.95 117.56 110.78 110.42 107.34
o Citrus 100.00 99.67 100.99 100.26 99.54 100 1003 100.00 99.87 99.80
Clay 100.00 99.66 99.50 98.46 98.46 98.76 98.44 98.23 97.09
Collier 100.00 107.33 112.66 118.03 119.74 119.87 119.5 11 5.91 104.2
Columbia 100.00 99.91 99.73 99.55 99.52 99.52 99.40 99.22 99.09
Dade 100.00 100.22 101.01 101.48 102.23 102.42 102.04 101.18 100.15
De Soto 100.00 99.16 100.36 102.58 102.88 103.49 101.74 100.72 99.58
Dixie 100.00 100.39 100.00 100.00 101.37 100.20 100.10 99.90 99.61
Duval 100.00 99.71 99.58 99.29 99.02 98.73 98.39 98.37 97.71
Escambia 100.00 99.59 99.53 99.38 99.26 99.14 99.00 98.87 98.34
Flagler 100.00 100.35 100.35 99.48 99.13 99.65 100.87 101.04 100.69
Franklin 100.00 100.90 100.81 100.27 98.47 99.64 99.10 97.75 97.30
Gadsden 100.00 99.40 99.94 100.10 100.70 100.32 100.22 100.13 99.94
Gilchrist 100.00 100.32 100.64 100.96 101.76 102.0- 102.88 101.76 101.60
Glades 100.00 100.00 102.32 104.06 103.77 104.35 104.93 100.87 100.58
Gulf 100.00 98.28 97.01 95.85 95.14 94.43 94.63 94.23 93.32
Hamilton 100.00 100.08 100.33 99.17 98.66 97.91 96.99 96.99 97.25
Hardee 100.00 100.65 101.87 102.80 102.47 102.03 102.15 100.73 98.58
Hendry 100.00 102.32 102.95 103.44 104.01 102.58 101.26 100.21 98'59
Hernando 100.00 100.85 100.64 100.53 100.79 100.05 97.94 96.56 95.55
Highlands 100.00 101.06 103.30 104.73 104.79 104.96 104.88 103.50 102.15
Hillsborough 100.00 100.34 100.66 100.86 101.26 100.62 100.29 99.70 98.61
Holmes 100.00 99.72 99.36 99.o0 99.75 99.75 98.86 98.79 98.33








Indian River
Jackson
Jefferson
Lafayette
Lake
Lee
Leon
Levy
Liberty
Madison
Manatee
Marion
Martin
Monroe
Nassau
Okaloosa
Okeechobee
Orange
Osceola
Palm Beach
Pacso
Pinellas
Polk
Putnam
St. Johns
St. Lucie
Santa Rosa
Sarasota
Seminole
Sumter
Suwannee
Taylor
Union
Volusia
Wakulla
Walton
Washington


TOTAL 100.00 100.18 100.65 101.08 101.33 101.24 100.80 100.28 99.32


100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00


_I_


99.90
99.92
100.11
loo.45
99.82
100.946
100.08
100.70
99.10
99.95
100.73
99.71
99.83
100.98
99.64
99.67
99.86
100.14
99.97
101.26
100.65
100.36
100.40
100.46
99.87
99.92
100.03
100.79
99.92
99.35
100.04
99.66
99.32
99.87
99.29
99.59
99.11


100.23
99.42
98.99
100.30
100.59
103.71
99.47
101.35
98.06
100.00
101.33
99.81
102.39
101.31
98.89
99.59
102.03
100.73
101.74
102.76
100.89
100.47
101.38
100.04
100.65
101.65
99.79
101.84
100.27
100.00
99.86
100.27
99.21
99.84
97.26
99.41
98.75


100.67
97.69
97.88
100.30
99.96
105.67
99.11
102.46
97.01
100.54
102.05
100.40
104.23
101.42
98.74
99.05
102.58
101.22
100.69
104.80
102.25
100.75
102.08
100.38
100.38
103.03
99.55
103.31
101.90
100.23
997.82
99.92
99.21
100.32
97.77
100.06
98.66


_ _


I


101.27
96.79
98.21
99.85
100.78
106.74
99.01
102.87
95.97
100.27
102.64
100.33
105.26
102.79
98.38
98.43
100.88
101.13
101.87
105.56
102.85
101.32
102.02
99.96
99.95
103.45
99.29
103.75
101.57
98.93
100.04
99.66
98.86
100.42
96.35
99.08
98.49


100.96
95.73
97.99
99.39
100.18
106.49
99.20
103.22
97.16
99.30
102.81
100.32
105.26
102.90
98.65
98.26
101.42
101.03
102.20
106.01
102.51
101.01
101.56
99.67
100.05
103.41
99.37
103.92
102.35
98.o4
99.96
99.66
98.75
100.70
96.45
98.7125
98.71


~


I~


I


100.67
95.07
97.88
99.09
99.87
105.00
99.73
102.69
96.57
99.41
103.01
100.o4
104.15
101.56
98.05
98.17
101.42
100.69
100.69
105.24
101.50
100.08
100.73
99.25
99.54
102.76
99.21
102.65
101.99
98.09
99.93
99.58
98.30
100.14
96.15
97.93
98.26


100.36
94.64
97.99
99.55
99.44
103.94
99.89
101.35
96.27
98.87
101.63
100.20
103.08
100.43
97.96
97.78
103.53
100.55
99.90
103.98
100.86
99.63
100.07
99.20
98.92
102.32
99.08
101.83
101.53
97.20
99.50
99.47
98.18
99.96
96.15
96.95
98.66


___


_I


I


I


I_


99.82
94.41
98.32
99.55
98.77
102.24
99.10
100.76
96.57
98.70
100.36
99.60
102.01
98.98
97.24
96.84
100.61
99.75
99.41
102.39
99.86
98.49
99.26
98.62
97.93
101.43
98.90
100.90
100.60
96.27
99.26
98.67
98.98
99.14
95.23
96.66
97.82









TABLE 5
END OF MONTH MEMBERSHIP 1960-61, NEGRO


Membership End Average
County of First Month Change in Membership from First Month, 1960-61 Daily
1960-61 Membership
2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 1960-61
Alachua 5,149 44 29 -3 -38 -51 -68 -87 -103 5,110
Baker 449 -5 2 2 4 6 5 5 450
Bay 2,682 12 -7 -17 -28 -36 -50 -62 -67 2,651
Bradford 920 6 5 -4 -2 -4 -12 -17 -21 913
Brevard 3,063 4 50 72 65 68 79 52 31 3,095
Broward 14,039 166 302 268 178 127 42 -282 -162 14,072
Calhoun 315 8 7 6 3 3 1 318
Charlotte 140 2 2 1 1 140
Citrus 483 5 4 -2 -4 -4 -5 -6 -10 480
Clay 770 -8 -3 -1 2 2 -5 -5 -6 764
Collier 462 24 79 67 61 60 41 48 28 503
Columbia 1,738 3 13 16 -17 -27 -32 -41 -46 1,719
Dade 30,920 100 143 107 182 140 1i -251 -534 30,816
De Soto 606 7 19 24 23 20 18 12 9 603
Dixie 155 6 6 9 11 11 9 7 7 162
Duval 25,538 -35 -156 -199 -414 -497 -520 -658 -749 25,160
Escambia 9,125 36 36 21 -9 -6 -33 -55 -91 9,076
Flagler 402 13 35 36 28 22 15 5 1 418
Franklin 241 2 -3 -9 10 -6 -4 -4 236
Gadsden 6,691 29 41 27 27 47 8 -22 -67 6,658
Gilchrist 81 2 1 -1 1 81
Glades 163 30 47 45 45 44 40 35 32 194
Gulf 705 6 5 3 -1 -1 -3 -3 -2 705
Hamilton 1,035 12 16 10 -2 -5 -12 -21 -17 1,026
Hardee 334 4 2 1 4 2 2 2 2 336
Hendry 491 23 20 38 32 20 28 27 23 511
Hernanado 596 2 -1 -3 -4 -11 -10 -14 -13 588
Highlands 1,068 48 124 131 143 141 135 132 109 1,163
Hillsborough 12,306 88 116 140 125 107 62 21 -49 12,349
Holmes 96 1 3 3 4 4 4 4 4 98






Indian River 1,456 7 19 25 39 38 46 40 42 1,481
Jackson 3,115 44 55 60 59 53 59 59 55 3,155
Jefferson 1,730 8 4 -4 -2 -5 -11 -14 -11 1,725
Lafayette 78 2 2 -2 8 8 8 8 10 82
Lake 2,749 36 85 96 94 83 59 41 36 2,799
Lee 1,890 0 38 44 30 13 -5 -9 -12 1,899
Leon 6,037 -3 -55 -55 -99 -144 -14 .-192 -230 5,922
Levy 894 4 -3 -12 -18 -20 -24 -33 -51 873
Liberty 144 3 5 4 14$
Madison 2,147 37 35 11 -8 -2 -10 -30 -33 2,137
Manatee 2,747i4 h 5 150 134 134 127 128 112 95 .2,35
Marion 4,725 -13 2 -4 -38 -76 -88 -106 -117 4,668
Martin 826 10 50 59 41 o4 22 -8 -20 842
Monroe 852 -5 -10 -15 -6 2 -2 -4 843
Nassau 1,354 4 -4 -6 -5 -9 -16 -20 -16 1,343
Okaloosa 941 -8 -18 -12 -19 -22 -25 -24 -34 923
Okeechobee 211 -1 3 3 2 8 6 6 213
Orange 8,782 71 250 310 268 274 343 189 115 8,917
Osceola 476 -1 -4 -11 -16 -17 -16 -18 -22 465
Palm Beach 10,.39 734 1,267 1,399 1,376 1,319 1,273 1,163 992 11,497
Pasco 843 3 28 27 30 34 31 38 33 857
Pinellas 7,221 50 68 50 31 -9 -23 -59 -101 7,179
Polk 8,345 163 401 429 436 423 415 401 374 8,644
Putnam 2,515 16 81 94 92 100 97 77 55 2,570
St. Johns 2,002 42 101 113 100 95 93 95 89 2,073
St. Lucie 2,599 86 211 225 204 207 193 .172 145 3,042
Santa Rosa 534 5 -2 -5 -11 -18 -20 -23 -23 524
Sarasota 1,716 30 39 34 20 18 15 21 15 1,732
Seminole 3,363 90 228 237 215 207 191 161 145 3,513
Sumter 891 15 23 32 30 28 29 23 19 911
Suwannee 1,157 9 -8 -19 -26 -29 -25 -25 1,130
Taylor. 881 5 -4 -16 -38 -I40 -53 -60 -55 851
Union 266 3 -1 -15 -17 -23 -20 -20 -20 255
Volusia 5,198 28 21 19 -2 -2 -54 -70 -89 5,235
Wakulla 429 -1 2 -3 -9 -9 -6 .-9 -12 422
walton 656 13 7 -1 4 -5 -1 65S
Washington 669 7 10 6 8 9 10 7 5 666
TOTAL 212,038 2,200 4,007 -4,026 3,316 2,821 2,260 709 -334 213,435










TABLE 6


MEMBERSHIP AT CLOSE OF EACH MONTH OF SCHOOL AS A PERCENTAGE OF
MEMBERSHIP AT CLOSE OF FIRST MONTH OF SCHOOL 1960-61, NEGRO


Per Cent Membership each Month Compared to First Month, 1960-61

County 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th
Month Month Month Month Month Month Month Month Month
Acha 100 100C 1W 1 nr nn i


Baker
Bay
Bradford
Brevard
Broward
Calhoun
Charlotte
Citrus
Clay,
Collier
Columbia
Dade
De Soto
Dixie
Duval
Escambia
Flagler
Franklin
Gadsden
Gilchrist
Glades
Gulf
Hamilton
Hardee
Hendry
Hernando
Highlands
Hillsborough
Holmes


100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100,00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100,00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00


100.00
100.45
100.65
100.13
101.18
102.54
100.00
101.04
98.96
105.19
100.17
100.32
101.16
103.87
99.85
100.39
103.23
100.83
100.43
102.47
118.40
100.85
101.16
101.20
104.68
100.34
104.49
100.72
101.0 4


LUU oU
98.89
99.74
100.54
101.63
102.15
102.22
100.00
100.83
99.61
117.10
100.75
100.46
103.14
103.87
99.39
100.39
108.71
98.76
100.61
101.23
128.83
100.71
101.55
100.60
104.07
99.83
111.61
100.94
103.13


100.45
99.37
99.57
102.35
101.91
101.90
100.00
99.59
99.87
114.50
100.92
100.35
103.96
105.81
99.22
100.23
108.96
96.27
100.o0
100.00
127.61
100.43
100.97
100.30
107.74
99.50
112.27
101.14
103.13


9OO.26
100.45
98.96
99.78
102.12
101.27
100.95
100.00
99.17
100.26
113.20
99.02
100.59
103.80
107.10
98.38
99.90
106.97
95.85
100.40
98.77
127.61
99.86
99.81
101.20
106.52
99.33
113.39
101.02
lO.17


99.01
100.89
98.66
99.57
102.22
100.90
100.95
101.43
99.17
100.26
112.99
98.45
100.45
103.30
107.10
.98.05
99.93
105.47
97.51
100.70
100.00
126.99
99.86
99.52
100.60
104.07
98.15
113.20
100.87
104.17


90.6
101.34
98.14
98.70
102.58
100.30
100.32
101.43
98.96
99.35
108.87
98.16
100.13
102.97
105.81
97.96
99.64
103.73
98.34
100.12
101.23
124.54
99.57
98.84
100.60
105.70
98.32
112.64
100.50
104.17


-98.31
101.11
97.69
98.15
101.70
97.99
100.00
100.71
98.76
99.35
110.39
97.64
99.19
101.98
104.52
97.42
99.40
101.24
98.34
99.67
100.00
121.47
99.57
97.97
100.60
105.50
97.65
112.36
100.17
104.17


98.00
101.11
97.50
97.72
101.01
98.85
100.00
100.71
97.93
99.22
106.06
97.35
98.27
101.h9
104.52
97.07
99.00
100.25
98.34
99.00
100.00
119.63
99.72
98.36
100.60
104.68
97.82
110.21
99.60
104.17


I_


~~


~~~~


~~ ~


~


~


~


I


-----


-----


---







Indian River
Jackson
Jefferson
Lafayette
Lake
Lee
Leon
Levy
Liberty
Madison
Manatee
Marion
Martin
Monroe
Nassau
Okaloosa
Okeechobee
Orange
Osceola
Palm Beach
Pasco
Pinellas
Polk
Putnam
St. Johns
St. Lucie
Santa Rosa
Sarasota
Seminole
Sumter
Suwannee
Taylor
Union
Volusia
Wakulla
Walton
Washington


TOTAL 100.00 101.04 101.89 101.90 101.56 101.33 101.07 100.33 99.84


100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
.100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00

100.00


100.48
101.42
100.48
102.56
101.31
101.59
99.95
100.45
100.00
101.72
101.64
99.72
101.21
99.41
100.30
99.15
99.53
100.81
99.79
106.96
100.36
100.69
101.95
100.64
102.10
102.97
100.94
101.75
102.68
101.68
100.78-
100.57
101.13
100.54
99.77
101.98
101.05


~


101.30
101.77
100.23
102.56
103.09
102.01
99.09
99.66
100.00
101.63
105.47
100.04
106.05
98.83
99.70
98.09
101.42
102.85
99.16
112.02
103.32
10oo.9
104.81
103.22
105.O4
107.28
99.63
102.27
106.78
102.58
100.00
99.55
99.62
100.40
100.47
101.07
101.49


101.72
101.93
99.77
97.44
103.49
102.33
99.09
98.66
100.00
100.51
10io.88
99.92
107.14
98.24
99.56
98.72
101.42
103.53
97.69
113.27
103.20
100.69
105.14
103.74
105.64
107.76
99.06
101.98
107.05
103.59
99.31
98.18
94.36
100.37
99.30
99.85
100.90


__


102.68
101.89
99.88
110.26
103.42
101.59
98.36
97.99
102.08
99.63
104.88
99.20
104.96
99.30
99.63
97.98
100.00
103.05
96.64
113.06
1iT03"T
100.43
105.22
103.66
105.00
107.04
97.94
101.17
106.39
103.37
98.36
95.69
93.61
99.96
97.90
100.00
101.20


102.62
101.70
99.71
110.26
103.02
100.69
97.61
97.76
103.47
99.91
10I.63
98.39
104.84
100.23
99.34
97.676
100.95
103.12
96.43
112.52
104.03
99.88
105.07
103.98
o10.75
107.14
96.63
101.05
106.15
103.14
97.75
95.46
91.35
99.54
97.90
100.61
101.35


----


103.16
101.89
99.36
110.26
102.15
99.74
97.61
97.32
102.78
99.53
104.66
98.14
102.66
100.00
98.82
97.34
103.79
103.91
96.64
112.08
103.67
99.68
104.97
103.86
o10.65
106.66
96.25
100.87
105.68
103.25
97.49
93.98
92.48
98.96
98.60
100.00
101.49


__


I


~


I


102.75
101.89
99.19
110.26
101.49
99.352
96.82
96.31
100.00
98.60
10,.08
97.76
99.03
99.77
98.52
97.45
102.84
102.15
96.22
111.o4
104.51
99.18
104.81
103.06
104.75
105.93
95.69
101.22
104.79
102.58
97.84
93.19
92.48
98.65
97.90
99.24
101.05


~


~


_~


~


I~


yl


~


_I_


~


I_


I


102.88
101.77
99.36
112.82
101.31
99.37
96.19
94.30
100.00
98.46
103.46
97.53
97.58
99.53
98.82
96.39
102.84
101.31
95.38
109.41
103.91
98.60
104.48
102.19
10.445
105.00
95.69
100.87
104.31
102.13
97.84
93.76
92.48
98.29
97.20
99.85
100.75


I


I


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TABLE 7


Change in Membership from Close of 1959-60 Change in Average Daily Membership
to End of First Month 1960-61 1960-61 over 1959-60
County White Negro White Negro

Number Per Cent Number Per Cent Number Per Cent Number Per Cent
Alachua 520 5.41 224 4.55 442 4.57 110 2.20
Baker 30 2.11 21 4.91 14 .98 34 8.17
Bay 701 6.06 170 6.77 280 2.40 ioL 4.08
Bradford 67 2.76 50 5.75 22 .89 38 4.34
Brevard 2,199 11.90 171 5.91 2,432 13.08 217 7.54
Broward 4,091 9.19 1,274 9.98 4,671 10.49 1,203 9.35
Calhoun 36 2.20 2 .64 -25 -1.50 8 2.58
Charlotte 184 12.23 23 19.66 255 16.62 22 18:64
Citrus 123 8.84 31 6:86 128 9.26 24 5.26
Clay 398 11-78 45 6.21 310 9:07 30 4:09
Collier 132 5.'2 -4 -.86 224 9.03 24 5.01
S Columbia 21 64 64 3.82 6 .18 26 1,4
o\ Dade 7,909 6:37 3,202 11.55 7,264 5$75 2,862 10:24
S De Soto 82 5.18 34 5.94 88 5.53 29 5.0O
Dixie 41 4.17 14 9.93 41 4;15 l 10;20
Duval 5,853 8.l 2,154 9.21 4;239 6.01 1,418 5.97
Escambia 2,131 7.53 688 8.15 1,519 5.31 573 6:74
Flagler -2 -.35 23 6.07 -17 -2:86 34 8;85
Franklin 79 7.64 17 7.59 27 2.51 8 3:51
Gadsden 18 .57 273 4.25 15 .48 290 4.55
Gilchrist -15 -2.34 -13 -13.83 -3 -.:43 -13 -13.83
Glades ,32 10.22 -30 -15.54 24 7;32 5 2.65
Gulf 109 5.84 52 7.96 16 .85 30 4h.L
Hamilton 10 .84 57 5.83 -13 -1.09 20 1.99
Hardee -22 -.88 18 5.70 -50 -1.97 22 7.01
Hendry 100 '.56 14 2 96 7'12 37 7.1~.
Hernando 168 9.76 54 9.96. 113 6.11 l7 8;69
Highlands 155 4.65 -26 -2.38 '212 6.27 91 :.49
-Hillsborough 3,740 5.96 738 6.38 2,909 )'.56 745 6242
Holmes 161 6.07 5 5.49 41 1.50 8 8.89








Indian River
Jackson .
Jefferson
Lafayette
Lake
Lee
Leon
Levy
Liberty
Madison
Manatee
Marion
Martin
Monroe
Nassau
Okaloosa
Okeechobee
Orange
Osceola
Palm Beach
Pasco
Pinellas
Polk
Putnam
St. Johns
St. Lucie
Santa Rosa
Sarasota
Seminole
Sumter
Suwannee
Taylor
Union
Volusia
Wakulla
Walton
Washington

TOTAL


294
91
42
52
473
765
680
16
13
5
489
406
215
248
256
1,221
152
3,012
130
1,825
160
3,341
1,686
176
193
142
-C2~-
365
801
1,184
86
62
161
58
544
-2
127
-91


8.26
1.53
-492
8;54
5841
9.47
7.28
.95
1.98
.27
5.65
5.72
10.12
4.07
8.33
11.23
11.49
7.16
4.46
6.73
2.81
7.35
5.16
3.49
5.47
2.90
6.40
7.49
16.09
4.18
2.24
6.52
7.05
3.36
-.20
3.90
o9


145
-12
35
13
124
164
421
97
-1
29
-50
194
66
42
48
134
21
515
52
- 216
1
606
171
27
98
124
21
152
-91
34
75
91
17
272
32
305
16,


1106
-;38
2:06
20:00
4.72
9;50
7;50
12:17
-:69
1;37
-1:79
4;28
8.68
5.19
3.68
16.60
11.05
6.23
12.26
-2.01
-.12
9.16
2.09
1.09
-4.67
4.47
4.09
9.72
-2.63
3.97
6.93
11.52
6.83
5.52
8.06
4.79
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