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Title: Analysis of membership at the close of each month of school
Series Title: Research report
Physical Description: v. : ; 28 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Florida -- Dept. of Education
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Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: 1961
Publication Date: [1957? -]
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ANALYSIS OF MEMBERSHIP AT THE

CLOSE OF EACH MONTH OF SCHOOL

1961-62
















Research Report 23
Division of Research














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


December 1962



























Research Report 23 is a revision of Research
Report -15 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 -ducation Act.














ANALYSIS OF MEMBERSHIP AT THE CLOSE


OF EACH MONTH OF SCHOOL 1961-62


The data included in this report are compiled from Item 18, "Membership
at Close of Each Month of School," Principal's Annual Report on Attend-
ance, Form At-12p, submitted to the State Department of Education at the
close of the 1961-62 school year. Data pertaining to adult and vocational
schools with classes extending beyond the regular school year are excluded
from the tabulations in this report.

This is the fifth year for which a complete tabulation of monthly member-
ship figures has been made. Data for 1956-57 are based on incomplete
reports. The four preceding years appeared to be establishing a trend
of lower peak membership. Also, it appeared that the net membership at
the close of the year was in a decreasing trend as compared to member-
ship at the end of the first month. However, data for 1961-62 show a
deviation from the trend established during the previous four years.
It remains to be seen if this is a reversal of the trend or if it is
merely an interruption,

Primarily Research Report -22 is a statistical study prepared in an
effort to establish growth patterns of value for planning purposes. It
has not had major significance as a study of dropouts since it is con-
cerned with net membership, with new students off-setting dropouts.

In previous years total county membership in grades 1-12 has been com-
piled. This year monthly membership is tabulated by grade groups 1-6,
7-9, and 10-12. This tabulation permits an analysis of membership
patterns over the year by grade groups, which may have more significance
for those interested in dropout studies. For example, it is interesting
to note that whereas, state-wide, there was a net increase of 9,782
elementary pupils between the first month and the close of school, there
was a decrease of 1,713 pupils in grades 7-9 and a decrease of 7,725
pupils in grades 10-12 during the year.

Forty-two counties followed the state pattern of increases in grades
1-6 and decreases in grades 7-9 and 10-12. Eighteen counties showed
decreases from the first month at all grade levels. Only one county
ended the year with increases at all levels. These data are presented
in Table 3 and should be studied by each county to see the relative
changes among grade groups. Further analyses may be made at the county
level where additional data are readily available.









It. hardly seems reasonable to make the assumption that practically all
people moving into the state have children in the elementary grades and
all people moving out of the state have children at the junior and senior
high school levels. Probably families with younger children are more
mobile than those with older children but this does not explain all of the
difference, Another possible explanation is that the substantial net loss
at the junior and senior high school levels is a result of dropouts. This
is not substantiated by any positive information available at the state
level but can be determined by local studies of withdrawals.


1956-57 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62.
Increase-Peak Month
over First Month 26,496 24,007 17,038 15,175 13,493 14,991

Percent Increase-Peak
Month over First Month 3.70 3.04 1.99 1.65 1.38 1.46


The difference between peak month membership and membership at the close of
the first month appeared to be in a declining trend until the 1961-62 school
year. State-wide, the fifth month is the.peak month, although there was
considerable variation among the counties as shown below.

Peak Month Counties

First Bay, Citrus, Clay, Escambia, Hamilton, Lafayette, Liberty,
Suwannee, Taylor.

Second Alachua, Calhoun, Gadsden, Gulf, Holmes, Jackson, Leon,
Levy, Okaloosa, Santa Rosa, Walton,

Third Bradford, DeSoto, Duval, Franklin, Nassau, Putnam, Union,
Wakulla.

Fourth Charlotte, Columbia, Hardee, Hernando, Jefferson, Madison,
Marion, Okeechobee, Pasco, St. Johns, Seminole.

Fifth Broward, Flagler, Gilchrist, Highlands, Hillsborough,
Indian River, Lake, Lee, Manatee, Martin, Orange, Pinellas,
Polk, St. LaSie, Volusia, Washington.

Sixth Collier, Monroe, Osceola, Palm Beach, Sarasota,

Seventh Baker, Dade, Dixie, Glades, Hendry, Sumter.

Eighth Brevard

Ninth None


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Membership Change
from End of First
Month to End of Last
Month

Percent change from
End of First Month to
End of Last Month


1956-57 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 196b-61 1961-62


8,037 5,0o8 -1,246 -4,204 -5,506


1.12


.64


-.46


-.56


A total of forty-two counties showed a net loss in total membership between
the end of the first month and the end of school during 1961-62. State-
wide, a small net increase of 3k4 students was shown in 1961-62 as compared
to a decrease in the previous three years,


Net Loss During last
Month of School


1956-57 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62

8,497 8,331 8,393 8,268 8,333 8,766


Florida schools have shown a net decrease in excess of eight thousand
pupils in each of the last six years between the end of the eighth month
and the end of the ninth month. In tourist counties, this decrease may
be explained as winter residents withdrawing pupils to return to other
states. Decreasing winter farm activity late in the school year may be
another explanation in counties with migratory farm labor. The significant
factor seems to be that the net loss is stablized between the eight and
nine thousand mark--regardless of the substantial increase in the total
number of pupils enrolled.


1956-57 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62
Increase in Average
Daily Membership over
Previous Year 62,073 69,943 59,120 61,583 56,154 55,917

Net Increase between
End of One Year and
End of First Month of
Succeeding Year N.A. 63,720 58,801 64,255 61,141 53,527


Tables 1 and 2 give, for a six 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 both in number and percent of change.

Table 3 gives the change in membership at the end of each month from
membership at the end of the first month, by grade group. The numbers
in this table for each month are related back to the membership shown
for the first month. These data are presented so as to show the situation
by grade group.








Table L gives changes between membership at the end of 1960-61 school year
and the end of the first month of the 1961-62 school year; between the
first month of 1960-61 and the first month of 1961-62; and the change in
average daily membership between 1960.61 and 1961-62,

Table 5 gives the percent of change in membership by grade group, between
the end of the first month and the end of school.







TABLE 1


CHANGE IN MEMBERSHIP
FROM MEMBERSHIP


1957-58

(790,143)
7,343
15,067
21,345
24,007
23,090
18,279
13,379
5,048


AT THE CLOSE
AT THE CLOSE
BOTH RACES

1958-59


(854,735)
4,974.
10,825
15,1465
17,038
16,602
12,812.
7,147
1,246


OF EACH MONTH OF SCHOOL
OF THE FIRST MONTH


1959-60


(917,744)
3,989-
9,611
14, 042
15,175
13,998
9,922
4,064
4,204


1960-61

(974,61.4)
3,569.
8,926
12,271
13,493
12,274
8,339
2,827
5,506


1961-62


(1,025,055)
4,340+
10,345
12,993
146,991
14,169
13,472
9,110
314


TABLE 2


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


1956-57*

100.00q%
lOl.oo4
102.31
103.29
103.70
103.64
103.06
102.31
101.12


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
101.94t
101.50
100.84
99.85


1959-60

100.00%
100.43.
101.05
101.53
101.65
101.53
101.08
100.14
99.514


Based on incomplete reports.
Based on incomplete reports,


Month


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


Month


1960-61

100.00%
100.37
100.92
101.26
101.38
101.26
100.86
100.29
99.44


1961-62

100.00%
100.42.
101.01
101.27
101.46
101.38
101.31
100.89
100.03






TABLE 3


END OF MONfH MEMBERSHIP 1961-62


Membership Change in Membership from First Month, 1961-62
Grade End of
County Group First Month
1961-62 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th

Alachua 1-6 9,342 31 52 59 86 105 111 140 87
7-9 4,058 25 9 -19 -17 -11 -ho -52 -99
10-12 2,688 -9 -32 -54 -88 -124 -137 -158 -179
1-12 16,088 47 29 -14 -19 -30 -66 -70 -191
Baker 1-6 1,160 7 6 6 13 14 25 28 27
7-9 494 -1 -6 -6 -5 -4 -7 -11 -12
10-12 291 -2 -h -h -1 -5 -6 -11 -10
1-12 1,945 4 -4 -4 7 5 12 6 5
Bay 1-6 8,690 -26 -75 -182 -219 -207 -200 -201 -229
7-9 4,063 -35 -54 -112 -123 -133 -145 -170 -193
10-12 2,500 -31 -73 -122 -157 -173 -179 -190 -211
1-12 15,253 -92 -202 -416 -499 -513 -524 -561 -633
Bradford 1-6 2,040 -14 14 -2 9 7 12 9 13
7-9 866 3 2 -5 -14 -13 -10 -10
10-12 619 -2 -4 -8 -2 -9 -14 -18 -19
1-12 3,525 -16 13 -8 2 -16 -15 -19 -16
Brevard 1-6 16,023 132 275 416 490 574 682 733 630
7-9 6,773 66 129 173 204 227 278 287 247
10-12 4,339 18 43 32 10 24 25 1 -16
1-12 27,135 216 447 621 704 825 985 1,021 861
Broward 1-6 35,771 320 711 1,038 1,473 1,496 1,558 1,153 401
7-9 17,079 107 251 314 342 325 244 79 -45
10-12 11,033 -44 -48 -80 -106 -245 -331 -434 -461
1-12 66,883 383 914 1,272 1,709 1,576 1,471 798 -lo5
Calhoun 1-6 1,051 -8 -10 -13 -18 -23 -20 -7 -7
7-9 497 -3 -8 -20 -19 -22 -26 -28 -31
10-12 386 2 1 -7 -16 -19 -26 -30
1-12 1,964 -9 -17 -33 -44 -61 -65 -61 -68









Charlotte


Citrus



Clay



Collier



Columbia-



Dade


1-6
7-9
10-12
1-12
1-6
7-9
10-12
1-12
1-6
7-9
10-12
1-12
1-6
7-9
10-12
1-12
-1-f
7-9
10-12
1-12
1-6
7-9
10-12
"t 1 "h


1,270
620
280
2,170
1,230
559
318
2,107
2,823
1,218
625
4,666
1,927
873
488
3,288
2,976
1,409
864
5,251
99,513
43,864
30,971
1. l. LA


6
13
2
-1
-2
-1
-27
-20
2
-45
1264
24
7
15 ,,
-6
'4-
-7
-9
714
234i
-129
819o


23
11
1
35
5
1
-8
-2
-19,
-26
-2
-47
277
58
9
341
19
9
-11
17
1,524
5148
-149
a1 9a


37
14
8
59
-3
-11
-14
-26
-41
-7
-74
314
74
8
396
-58
13
-9
62
2,073
631
-260
9 -J11,


33
14
10
57

-9
-20
-15

-140
-9
-95
-354
78
15
447
63
6
-21
48
3,4286
1,007
-l480
3 955


35
6
10
51
17
-14,
-24
-21
-53
-32
-9
-94
3M8
83
19
It90
55,
2
-26
31
3;862
1,192
-645
h .09


7
34
25
-12
-24
-11
-45
-31
-15
-941
383
82
12
7-77
67
-6
-35
26
55,426
1,231
-919
r.738


17
-4
1
14
-34
-13
-25
-4
A
-39
-16
-99
26-8
66
9
343
57
-10
-l41
6
5,146
1,203
-1,193
5.156


2
-7
-1
-6
27
-15
-23
-1.1
-57
-o0
-21
-128
25
31
4.
60
31
-17
-45
-31
3,212
1,023
-1,427
2.808


... .. ....,,.. ", .v _. *f 1 ,-S -
De Soto 1-6 1,371 5 1i 7 -2 13 -1 -15
7-9 655 6 6 2 -2 -14 -17 -21 -20
10-12 348 -4 -7 -7 -7 -9 -9 -13
1-12 2,374 11 16 2 -5 -2 --13 -31 -48
Dixie 1-6 704 3 5 10 6 17 22 13 13
7-9 317 -4 -7 -5 -9 -9 -11 -10 -11
10-12 188 1 1 1 -3 -1 -3 -6
1-12 19209 -1 6 -6 8 10 -4
Duv]a .1-6 62,625 112 117 95 5.6 51 -5 .-16
7-9 26,539 28 180 117 -176 -291 -362 -469 -61l
10-12 16,531 -72 -180 -290 -504 -704 -779 -904 -1,007
1-12 105:695 68 117 -109 -582 -939 -1,090 -1,378 -1,768
Escamb--a 1- 23,U63 -3 -2 17 -68 -98 -10 -100 -177
7-9 10,809 -15 -122 -147 -197 -240 -286 -321 -361
10-12 6,662 -36 -81 -171 -267 -313 -358 -388 -424
1-12 l1,334 -84 -205 -301 -532 -651 -748 -809 -962


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TABLE 3
END OF MONTH MEMBERSHIP 1961-62


Membership
End opf Change in Membership from First Month, 1961-62
Grade End of
County Grade First Month
Group 1961-,62.
S 196162 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th

Flagler 1-6 691 10 11 10 15 14 20 12 4
7-9 217 -2 1 5 2 1 -1 -2 -2
10-12 136 -1 1 -4 -5 -5
1-12 1,04 8 11 16 17 1i 15 5 -3
Franklin 1-6 675 b1 7 7 2 -9 -32
7-9 362 5 1 5 -2 1 -6
10-12 212 -3 -8 -10 -10 -13 -1 -11
1-12 1,h49 k 18 2 -12 -11 -19 -49
Gadsden 1-6 6.. 404 21 53 71 33 35 14 -10 -37
7-9 2,38 11 -25 -40 -31 -55 -87 -103 -92
10-12 1,363 -13 -21 -37 -45 -60 -68 -77 -80
1-12 10,151 19 7 -6 -43 -80 -11i -190 -209
Gilchrist 1-6 4-08 6 5 9 20 20 22 29 27
7-9 204 -4 -5 4- -k -5 -5 -3
10-12 127 -1 -1 -1 -1 -1
1-12 739 4 1 4 16 15 16 23 23
ilades 1-6- 295 13 14 22 25 36 52- 29
7-9 150 7 2 3 -3 -2 -1
10-12 69 3 3 1 -1 -1
1-12 514 28 19 25 23 34 27 27
Gul5f 1-6 1,555 14 -9 --1 -5 9 1~ .1 -7
7-9 704 -1 -5 -17 -22 -34 -37
10-12 401 1 -4 -6 -11 -8 -12 -12 -12
1-12 2,660 15 -13 -18 -21 -16 -20 -42 -56
Hamilton 1-6 1,2159 -1 -5 -12 -1- -21 -31 -149
7-9 548 -8 -20 -17 -17 -16 -20 -25 -28
10-12 371 3 2 -3 -4 -9 -13 -15 -18
1-12 2,208 -6 -18 -25 -33 -43 -54 -71 -95








Hardee


1-6
7-9
10-12
1-12


1,610
753
479
2,842


122
3
-1
124


101
-1
-7
93


110
-3
-11
96


117
-9
-16
92


121
-19
-19.
83


64
-31
-25
8


Hen-ar-- 1-6 1,17-4 58 107 106 11 117 153 139 82
7-9 526 15 19 19 26 20 22 16 7
10-12 298 1 1 -5 -5 -13 -13 -17 -18
1-12 1,998 74 127 120 137 124 162 138 71
Hernando 1-6 1,583 12 20 35 37 37 39 24 6
7-9 660 5 2 1 -4 -18 -20 -20 -27
10-12 369 7 2 5 -10 -18 -23 -24 -26
1-12 2,512 24 24 41 23 1 -4 -20 -47
Highlands 1-6 2,796 23 142 207 220 275 263 208 181
7-9 1,192 9 46 72 88 81 67 48 32
10-12 781 12 32 26 17 -3 -15 -13 -24
1-12 4,769 4t 220 305 353 353 315 243 189
illsborough 1-6 46,677 157 501 604 799 918 896 738 06
7-9 21,572 -55 115 34 14 -20 -168 -254 -398
10-12 13,733 -52 -136 -230 -306 -416 -488 -681 -653
1-12 81,982 50 480 408 507 482 2140 -197 -645
Holbes 1-6 1,502 23 1 -10 4 15 9 11 -
7-9 863 3 -2 -13 -17 -14 -17 -19 -30
10-12 523 -3 -6 -9 -18 -17 -19 -20 -25
1-12 2,888 23 -7 -32 -31 -16 -27 -28 -55
Indian River 1-6 3,469 36 102 14 160 159 319 126 108
7-9 1,349 13 16 24 26 20 7 -3 -4
10-12 835 -4 -3 5 1 -6 -13 -24 -27
1-12 5,653 45 115 177 187 173 143 99 77
Jackson 1-6 5,060 6 13 16 5 23 33 43 33
7-9 2,319 -2 -9 -4 -25 -38 -51 -59 -69
10-12 1,540 4 -8 -23 -14 -53 -65 -76 -81
1-12 8,907 8 -4 -11 -64 -68 -83 -92 -117
Jefferson 1-6 1,548 6 6 12 8 9 8 8
7-9 634 -5 -3 1 -2
10-12 60 2 1 -1 -1 -6 -11 -13 -13
1-12 2,678 3 4 11 8 3 -3 -7 -5
Lafayette 1-6 419 -2 -6 B -2 -h -19 17
7-9 180 -1 3 2 2 1 1 -1
10-12 122 -1 -2 -2 -2 -2 -2 -4 -6
1-12 721 -4 -8 9 -2 -4 7 16 10





TABIE 3
END OF MONTH MEMBERSHIP 1961-62


.ea.. ershi..p Change in membership from First Month, 1961-62
County Grade End of ___
Group First Month
1961-62 2nd 3rd t. 4th th 6th 7th 8th 9th
Lake 1-6 7,411 -23 92 138 159 166 122 68 -4
7-9 3,010 -2 31 27 25 11 -20 -45 -73
10-12 1,907 -2 3 -5 -19 -21 -3-4 -47 -67
1-12 12,358 -27 126 160 165 156 68 -24 -100
Lee 1-6, 6,707 162 154 251 ,303 301 272 200 83
7-9 3,078 5 24 59 67 48 27 -3 -43
10-12 1,950 -13 -15 -8 -26 -t6 -83 -95 -99
1-12 11,735 154 163 302 341 303 216 102 -59
Leon 1-6 9,817 28 13 -2 -t2 -48 -87 -92 -133
7-9 4,104 -3 -12 -16 -39 -12 -40 -53 -76
10-12 2,668 -2 -34 -14 -55 -59 -69 -79 -90.
1-12 16,589 23 -33 -62 -118 -119 -196 -224 -299
Le-y 1-6 1,568 10 12 -3 18 10 5 2 -
7-9 682 5 1. -8 -10 -9 -7 -13 -13
10-12 435 -5 -6 -9 -15 -23 -25 -30 -32
1-12 2,685 10 10 -20 -7 -22 -28 -41 -145
Liberty- 1-6 509 1 -2 -57 -6 -7 -10 -16 -18.
7-9 195 -3 4 2 -3 -7 -10
10-12 132 -3 -5 -7 -7 -8 -15 -7 -7
1-12 836 -2 -10 -12 -9 -13 -28 -30 -35
Madison 1-6 2,322 38 52 68 52 49 45 49 44
7-9 1,001 18 18 22 9 4 -6 -10 -30
10-12 674 -- -4 -12 -14 -21 -24 -26 -28
1-12 3,997 56 66 78 47 32 15 13 -14
Manatee 1-6 7,18LL 1 213 313 362 355- 39 337 222
7-9 3,245 18 53 61 60 63 53 36 7
10-12 2,252 8 27 25 15 16 -6 -18 -29
1-12 12,681 107 293 399 137 1434 396 355 200








Marion


1-6
7-9
10-12
1-192


Martin



Ionroe



Nassau



a Okaloosa-


Okeechobee



Orange


Osceola


raJm Beach


Pasco


7,083
3,226
2,311
12.620


- -- --6---


1-6
7-9
10-12
1-12-
1-6
7-9
10-12
1-12
1-6
7-9
10-12
1-12
-1-6
7-9
10-12


1-12
1-6g
7-9
10-12
1-12
1-6'
7-9
10-12
1-12
1-6
7-9
10-12
1-12

7-9
10-12
1-12

7-9
10-12
1-12


2,152
787
496
3,A35

2,058
1,025
7,626
2,737
1,218
794
U,7i^
7,677
3,5143
2,179


13,399
T1,136b
497
237
1 870
33,319
14,746
8,981
57.06
2.,119
1,0L43
568
3,730
25,194
10,956
6,966
.43,116
3,932
1,870
1,122
6.924


I-


-6
-8
-18
-32
34
-9
-6
19
13
-10
-3
-
7
-3
-10
-6
23
5
-5
23
1
-5
-6
-10
-217
81
-32
266
-10
-1
-12
901
211
514
1,166
17
-1
-9
7


48
-8
-32
8
70
12
-1
81
39
-4
-k4
31
25
-3
-13
9
-16
-22
-19
-57
13
-10
-10
-7
37r4
61
-36
399
16
-7
-4
5

428
112
2,130
116
19
-8
127


83
-10
-1414
-44-
29
99
19
-6
112
-42
-17
-4
21
21
-
-19
2
-135
33
-52
-1541
40
-2
-11
27
570
108
-47
631
26
7
-6
27
2,175
518
106
2,799
156
37
-9
184


89
-24
-64.
1

16
-8
151
69
-30
-8
31
10
-8
-27
-25
-1" 0
-7
-86
-198


-st.
32
7
-23
16
901
1814
-110
975

7
-8
55
2,305
543
72
2,920
171J
30
-26
182


99
-10
-90
-1
129
8
-12
125
864
-35
-3.
46

-8
-26
-16
-171
-148
-101
-420
33

-27
10
9bi
135
-146
970
62
10
-8
64
2,,53
195
27
2,975
195
-1
-36
158


102
-16
-1.02
-16
107
2
-15
94

-64
-9-
114
35
-25
-32.
-22
-209
-172
-126
-507
-5

-12
-30
3
965
127
-188
904

-5
-15
40
2,426
456
-32
2,850
199
-23
-13
135


111


97
-31
-119-
-L3
l0O
-12
-19
49
70
-78
-15
-23
30
-35
-31
-36
-2n6-
-183
-142
-541
46
-9
-25
12
6569
82
-229
722
61
-18
-21
22
2,144
402
-78
2,t468

-36
-56
149


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84
-50
-129
-95
71
-24
-23
24
12
-109
-30
-127
31
-33
-33
-35
256
-207
-151
-614

-4
-35
4
-32
-2t
-277
231
62
-29
-22
11
1,652
310
-118
1,844
128
-74
-67
-13


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END OF MONTH MEMBERSHIP 1961-62


Membership Change in Membership from First Month, 1961-62
Grade End of
County Group First Month
1961-62 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th

Pinellas 1-6 31,440 192 451 748 923 929 862 820 625
7-9 15,769 44 146 246 287 254 166 126 29
10-12 10,742 -33 -36 -46 -112 -198 -269 -333 -411
1-12 57,951 203 561 948 1,098 985 759 613 243
Polk 1-6 25,679 175 781 1,080 1,240 1,244 1,193 1,053 917
7-9 11,013 63 209 232 210 181 107 57 -17
10-12 7,315 -38 -52 -95 -159 -232 -293 -352 -390
1-12 44,007 200 938 1,217 1,291 1,193 1,007 758 510
Putnam 1-6 4,687 100 93 71 45 70 81 67
7-9 2,043 -5 17 20 2 -23 -45 -45 -61
10-12 1,210 -5 -3 -22 -22 -33 -44 -50
1-12 7,940 -10 117 110 51 -8 -8 -44
St. Johns 1-6 3,352 41 75 100 101 120 129 134 110
7-9 1,562 6 12 24 16 9 5 1 -15
10-12 956 -2 -2 -6 -16 -23 -38 -48 -54
1-12 5,870 45 85 118 101 106 96 87 41
St. Lucie 1-6 4,932 88 266 2 333 319 310 282 216
7-9 2,079 8 48 56 57 42 37 16 -7
10-12 1.278 -3 -3 -5 -17 -34 -41 -51 -64
1-12 8,289 93 311 339 373 327 306 247 145
Santa Rosa 1-6 ,208 15- -7 -36 -9 -11 -11 -13 -37
7-9 1,711 4 -8 -11 -19 -31 -35 -44
10-12 1,017 -6 -19 -26 -32 -40 -46 -49 -65
1-12 6,936 9 -22 -70 -52 -70 -88 -97 -146
Sarasota .1-6 7,536 .52 124 242 333 -3 52 293 236 92
7-9 3,687 29 30 69 59 71 41 12 -25
10-12 2,634 -2 -13 14 14 -5 -28 -54 -67
1-12 13,857 79 141 325 406 418 306 194-








Seminole


Sumter



Suwannee



Taylor



Union



Volusia


Wakulla



Walton



Washington



State


7,775
3,169
1,830
12 771t
1,78-
765
536
3,oh9


2,2385
1,037
760
14082
2,137
972
500
3,609
667
280
192
1,139


12,736
6,027
3,912
22,675
06
341
213
1,360
2,270
1,123
678
4, 071
.1,670
8341
596
3 100
592,028
263,011
170,016
1o025,055


1-6
7-9
10-12
1-12

7-9
10-12
1-12


1-6
7-9
10-12
1-12
1-6
7-9
10-12
1-12
1-6
7-9
10-12
1-12


1-6
7-9
10-12
1-12
1-6
7-9
10-12
1-12
1-6
7-9
10-12
1-12
1-6
7-9
10-12
1-12
1-6
7-9
10-12
1-12


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139
25
1
165
-20
-9
-4
7
-11
6
-9
-14
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-7
-6
-22
-1

-
-14
71
4
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34
9
5
-1
13
6
2
-2
6
-6-
5

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832
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272
69
7
348
22
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-10
9
-13
-5
-19
-37
-12
-12
-12
-30
10
1
3
1140

20
-46
134
14
3
-
17
15
-11
-11
-7
-17
14

-9
9,0O40
2,2147
-9142
10.345


327
55
-16
366
-51
-1
-16
34
-19
-12
-29
-60
-51
-22
-22
-59
9
-4
1
6-
227
11
-67
171

-5
-1
-2
13
-11
-14
-12
-7
-7
7
8
8
12,1585
2,569
-1,731
12,993


326
50
-14
332
59-
2
-26
35
-27
-22
-37
-86
-16:
-23
-20
-59
-10
-11
-1
-2
299
21
-91
229
-11
-7
-3
-21
26
-12
-21
-7
15
5
9
29
15,491
2,569
-3,069
14,991


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342
46
-60
328
55'
14
-32
27
-11
-18
-40
-69
-6
-34
-21
-61
12
-14
-2
-4
310
20
-106
224
1
-7
-4
-10
=29
-10
-29
-10
-3
-1
7
11
16,h431
2,043
-4,305
14,169


329
36
-82
283
-75-
-1
-36
38
-65
-22
-43
-71
-3
-30
-24
-57
11
-13
-4
-6
317
5
-133
189
4
-9
-1
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30
-13
-35
-18


1
1
17,908
1,076
-5,512
13,472


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303
13
-93
223
67
-5
-41
21
6
-20
-18
-62

-147
-28
-93
18
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-160
147
1
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-34
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15,898U
12
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9,110


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212
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-111
73
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13
-3
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-51
-77

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-36
-116
.-17
-15
-7
-5
235
-42
-178
15
-9
-16
-6
-31
S.25
-21
-36
-32
-5
-4
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9,782
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TABLE 4


MISCELLANEOUS MEMBERSHIP DATA


Change in Membership Average Daily Membership
County End of Year 1960-61 End of First Month Change in
to End of First 1960-61 to End of 1960-61 1961-62 ADM 1960-61
Month 1961-62 First Month 1961-62 to 1961-62
Alachua 978 809 15,233 16,032 799
Baker 57 42 1,888 1,945 57
Bay 825 311 14,616 14,883 267
Bradford 153 113 3,397 3,514 117
Brevard 2,985 3,393 24,127 27,697 3,570
Broward 4,334 4,240 63,264 67,559 4,295
Calhoun 59 26 1,955 1,924 31
Charlotte 216 341 1,929 2,193 264
Citrus 123 110 1,990 2,100 110
Clay 236 120 4,493 4,593 100
Collier 295 425 3,1207 3,573 366
Columbia 276 200 5,01i 5,258 244
Dade 11,639 11,305 164,513 176,985 12,472
De Soto 102 104 2,283 2,358 75
Dixie 27 30 1,191 1,207 16
Duval 7,159 L,683 99,877 105,120 5,243
Escambia 2,381 1,786 39,215 40,887 1,672
Flagler 61 66 996 1,052 56
Franklin 129 95 1,339 1,438 99
Gadsden 376 307 9,815 10,066 251
Gilchrist 22 32 715 748 33
Glades -28 6 546 532 -14
Gulf 11 -20 2,605 2,639 34
Hamilton 25 -25 2,211 2,180 -31
Hardee 76 43 2,830 2,893 63
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Hernando
Highlands
Hillsborough
Holmes


124
32
4,110
22


04
27
216
3,138
-21


2,463
4,757
78,982
2,877


2,091
2,517
4,969
82,049
2,860


136
54
212
3,067
-17


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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
Washingtonn


TOTAL 55,917 50,411 979,805 1,033,332 53,527
TO'IAS, `5,97 t


II III


308
26
79
-25
476
819
849
122
45

340
54

543
243
495
172
777
169
3,189
247
1,971
196
2,774
1,156
223
136
130
428
523
674
74
14$'
187
21
981
4
148
29


343
-257
53
-18
399
1,005
529
84
22
-3
469
396
270
426
64
361-
1814
3,193
207
3,653
221
1,938
1,275
206
148
347
338
641
870
13
99
97
-8
748
55
34
185


5,345
9,039
2,607
739
11,999
1,046
15,890
2,606
798
3,982
12,431
12,155
3,2314
7,259
4L628
12,865
1,701
54,183
3,535
41,360
6,793
56,068
43,276
7,774
5,779
8,171
6,550
13,462
12,135
3,028
3,958
3,467
1,125
22,282
1,383
3,988
2,881


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5,755
8,853
2,676
722
12,402
11,8-70
16,607
2,665
822
4,018
12,953
12,578
3,498
7,621
4, 732
13,168
1,8774
57,677
3,746
45,032
6,968
58,839
14,697
7,949
5,931
8,501
6,883
14,019
12,988
3,058
4,027
3,552
1,137
23,186
1,349
4,059
3.078


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410
-186
69
-17
403
826
717
59
24
36
522
423
264
362
104
283
173
3,494
211
3,672
175
2,771
1,421
175
152
330
333
557
853
30
69
85
12
904
34
71
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TABLE 5


PERCENT OF CHANGE IN MEMBERSHIP BETWEEN
FIRST MONTH AND CLOSE OF SCHOOL 1961-62


Grade Group

County
1-6 7-9 10-12 1-12

Alachua .93% -2.44% -6.66% -1.19%
Baker 2.33 -2.43, -3.4. .26.
Bay -2.64 -4.75 -8.61 -4.15
Bradford .64 -1.15 -3.07 .45
Brevard 3.93 3.65 .37 3.17
Broward 1.03 .26 -h.18 .16
Calhoun .65 -6.24 -7.77 -3.6
Charlotte .16 -1.13 .36 .28
Citrus 2.20 -2.68 -7.23 .52
Clay -2.02 -.11 -3.36-2.74
Collier 1.30 3.55 .82 1.82
Columbia 1.04 -1.21 -5.21 .59
Dade 3.23 2.33 -4.61 1.61
De Soto -1.09 -3.05 -3.74 -2.02
Dixie 1.85 -3.47 -3.19 .33
Duval .23 -2.32 -6.09 -1.64
Escambia .74 -3.34 -6.36 -2.33
Flagler .58 .92 -3.68 .29
Franklin -3.64 -1.66 -5.19 -3.38
Gadsden .58 -3.86 -5.87 -2.06
Gilchrist 6.62 -1.47 .79 3.11
Glades 9.83 .67 -1.45 5.25
Gulf .45 -5.26 -2.99 -2.11
Hamilton -3.80 -5.11 -4.85 -4.30
Hardee 3.98 -4.12 -5.22 .28
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Hernando
Highlands
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6.98
.40
6.47
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-4.09
2.68
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-3.07
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Jackson
Jefferson
Lafayette
Lake


3.11
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.51
4.06
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-3.23
-5.26
-2.83
-4.92
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1.36
-1.31
- .19
1.39
- .81


Lee 1.24 -1.40 -5.0 .50
Leon -1.35 -1.85 -3.37 -1.80
Levy -- -1.91 -7.36 -1.68
Liberty -3.54 -5.13 -5.30 -4.19
Madison 1.89 -3.00 -4.15 .35
Manatee 3.09 .22 -1.29 1.58
Marion 1.19 -1.55 -5.58 .75
Martin 3.30 -3.05 -4.64 .70
Monroe .26 -5.30 -2.93 -1.67
Nassau 1.13 -2.71 -4.16 .74
Okaloosa -3.23 -5.84 -6.93 -4.58
Okeechobee 3.79 .80 -li.77 .21
Orange 1.60 .16 -3.08 .40
Osceola 2.93 -2.78 -3.87 .29
j Palm Beach 6.56 2.83 -1.69 4.28
t Pasco 3.26 -3.96 -5.97 .19
Pinellas 1.99 .18 -3.83 .42
Folk 3.57 .15 -5.33 116
Putnam 1.43 -2.99 -4.13 .55
St. Johns 3.28 .96 -5.65 .70
St. Lucie .38 .34 -5.01 1.75
Santa Rosa .88 -2.57 -6.39 -2.10
Sarasota 1.22 .68 -2.54 --
Seminole 2.73 .88 -6.07 .57
Sumter 3.83 -1.05 -8.58 .43
Suwannee .13 -2.22 -6.71 -1.89
Taylor .92 -6.07 -7.20 -3.20
Union 2.55 -5.36 -3.65 .44
Volusia 1.85 .70 -4.55 .07
Wakulla -1.12 -4.69 -2.82 -2.27
Walton 1.10 -1.87 -5.31 .78
Washington .30 .48 .17 .31
TOTAL 1.65% .65% -4.54% .03%