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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

1962-63


Research Report 29
Division of Research


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

November 1963





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Research Report 29 is a revision of Research
Report 23 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 1962-63


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 at the close of
the 1962-63 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 sixth year for which a complete tabulation of monthly member-
ship figures has been made. Data for 1956-57 are based on incomplete reports.
Research Report -29 is a statistical study prepared in an effort to establish
growth patterns of value for educational planning purposes.


NOT A DROPOUT STUDY

Research Report -29 is of limited significance as a study of dropouts.
It is concerned with net membership each month--beginning membership plus
transfers less withdrawals. Thus new students transferring into a school
system during the year off-set withdrawals to some extent. In those counties
where the population is generally increasing and the membership decreasing,
there is a probability that the decrease in membership is due to pupils
dropping out of school.


Tables 1 and 2 give a seven year comparison of the change in membership
at the close of each month of school from the membership at the close of
the first month. Percent of change also is given.


Table 3 gives the change in membership at the end of each month from
membership at the close of the first month. This is given by grade group
1-6, 7-9, 10-12, as well as for the county as a whole. The numbers in this
table.for each month should be related back to the membership shown for the
first month.


It is not a reasonable assumption that most of the people moving into
the state have children in the elementary grades whereas most of the people
moving out of the state have children at the junior and senior high school
levels. It is probable that families with younger children are more mobile
than those with older children and that this could account in part for the
fluctuation at the elementary school level. The most probable explanation
of the substantial net loss at the junior and senior high levels is that








this is the result of a high dropout rate. This explanation is not sub-
stantiated by any positive information available at the state level.


Each county should examine carefully the figures for its own schools.
At the county level it is possible to prepare the same information on a
school by school basis that is presented here on a county by county basis.
In this way, it will be possible to identify those schools and even grades
in which further investigation is needed. Steps then can be taken to improve
holding power where a need for such action is found to exist. Inasmuch as
State funds are directly related to pupils in school, such an effort at the
local level could result in considerable financial advantage to a county as
well as immeasurable good to the pupils who otherwise might be lost through
dropout.


There are situations wherein elementary enrollment increases during
the course of the school year and junior and senior high school enrollment
decreases. This pattern is found in forty-one counties as well as in state
totals. If a county's schools were adequately staffed at the beginning of
the school year, then the elementary grades will be understaffed and the
secondary grades will be over staffed as the year goes on unless changes
are made in the assignment of teachers or additional teachers are added at
the elementary level.


PEAK MONTH

1956-57 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63

Increase-Peak
Month over
First Month 26,496 24,007 17,038 15,175 13,493 14,991 7,260

Percent Increase-
Peak Month over
First Month 3.70 3.04 1.99 1.65 1.38 1.46 .67


Traditionally, the membership pattern in Florida schools has been thought
of as beginning at one level, rising sharply during the winter months, and
then dropping back Ito a level somewhat above the beginning level toward the
end of school. As shown above, there has been a tendency for the so-called
peak membership to level out or more nearly approach the beginning membership.
Note that last year the peak month was only .67 percent above the first month
membership. Of course, some counties still have peak months that are sub-
stantially above the beginning of school or average for the year. Two counties,
Brevard and Okeechobee, grew throughout the year up to the last month. Other
counties have consistently shown losses during the course of a year but main-
tained a steady growth rate from year to year because of large increases at the
beginning of each school year.


The fourth month was the peak membership month in 1962-63 for the state as
a whole. For the past several years the fifth month has been the peak month.








There was considerable variation among the counties as to the month in which
peak membership was reached. This variation is shown below. Twenty-nine
counties reached a peak earlier in 1962-63 than in 1961-62; thirteen counties
reached a peak later and twenty-five counties reached their maximum member-
ship level at about the same time as in the previous year. The number below
in parentheses indicates the peak month for each county for the previous year.
For example, Alachua County reached its peak membership in the third month
of 1962-63 and in the second month of 1961-62.


Peak Month Counties

First Bay (1), Calhoun (2), Clay (1), Dade (7), Duval (3),
Escambia (1), Gilchrist (5), Gulf (2), Holmes (2),
Osceola (6), Taylor (1), Union (3).

Second Gadsden (2), Hamilton (1), Jackson (2), Jefferson (4),
Levy (2), Madison (4), Nassau (3), Santa Rosa (2),
Suwannee (1), Wakulla (3).

Third Alachua (2), Columbia (4), Dixie (7), Flagler (5),
Franklin (3), Glades (7), Indian River (5), Lafayette (1),
Leon (2), Liberty (1), Okaloosa-(2), Putnam (3), Walton (2),
Washington (5).

Fourth Baker (7), Hardee (4), Hendry (7), Hernando (4),
Highlands (5), Hillsborough (5), Lake (5), Manatee (5),
Marion (4), Orange (5), Pasco (4), Pinellas (5),
St. Johns (4), Seminole (4).

Fifth Broward (5), Charlotte (4), De Soto (3), Martin (5),
Palm Beach (6), Polk (5), St. Lucie (5), Sarasota (6),
Sumter (7), Volusia (5).

Sixth Bradford (3), Citrus (1), Collier (6), Lee (5), Nassau (3).

Seventh None

Eighth Brevard (8), Okeechobee (4).

Ninth None


MEMBERSHIP CHANGE

1956-57 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63

Membership Change
from End of First
Month to End of
Last Month 8,037 5,048 -1,246 -4,204 -5,506 344 -11,954

Percent Change
from End of First
Month to End of
Last Month 1.12 .64 -.15 -.46 -.56 .03 -1.10








Forty-nine counties showed a net loss in total net membership between
the end of the first month of school and the close of school in 1962-63. At
the elementary level only twenty-four counties had a net loss. At the junior
high level seven counties (Brevard, Glades, Hendry, Lafayette, Okeechobee,
Palm Beach, and Washington) showed a small net increase. Only one county,
Glades, had a net increase at the senior high level and this increase amounted
to but one pupil. Twenty-three counties showed a net decrease at all levels.


As shown in the summation above, the net membership loss during the year
for the state as a whole was 11,954 pupils. This figure was reached as the
result of a net increase of 3,254 pupils in grades 1-6, a net loss of 5,159
in grades7-9, andanet:loss of 11,954 pupils in grades 10-12. This is the
greatest net loss, by a substantial margin, that has occurred in the seven
years for which these data have been tabulated.


LAST MONTH OF SCHOOL

1956-57 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63

Net Loss During,
Last Month of
School 8,497 8,331 8,393 8,268 8,333 8,766 7,731


Florida schools have shown a net decrease in excess of eight thousand
pupils between the end of the eighth month and'theendof the ninth month in six
of the last seven years. In 1962-63 the net decrease was 7,731. However,
the loss during the eighth month, 5,554 pupils, was substantially greater
than in any other year. The exact cause of this loss has not been positively
identified. In tourist counties one explanation is that the decrease is due
to winter residents withdrawing pupils to return to other states. Decreasing
winter farm activity late in the school year may be a partial explanation in
counties with large number of migratory farm laborers. Parents withdrawing
students a few days before the end of school for early vacations or other
reasons may be a factor. The grade level of the ninth month loss varies from
county to county but 4,923 of the pupils "lost" during the ninth month were
at the 1-6 level; 1,756 were at the 7-9 level; and 1,052 were at the 10-12
level. Stated another way, 63.7 percent of the 7,731 pupils lost in the last
month were in grades 1-6; 22.7 percent were in grades 7-9; and 13.61 percent
were in grades 10-12. At the end of the eighth month, before the ninth month
loss began, 58.3 percent of the total membership was in grades 1-6; 24.6 per-
cent was in grades 7-9; and 17.08 percent was in grades 10-12. This shows that
the 7,731 net pupils who withdrew in the last month were distributed fairly
proportionately among the grade levels. It may indicate that the ninth month
loss was of a different nature than the annual loss where the distribution was
not proportionate among the various grade levels. This should prove a fruitful
area for investigation in the individual counties.


The data in this report do not cover for pupils who transfer from the
regular school program to the Adult Education Program. Students who marry,
for instance, are required to transfer to the Adult Education Program in some
counties as a matter of policy. These pupils are not counted in membership








after such a transfer is effected. It is reasonably certain that in some
counties there is a considerable amount of such transfer activity which in
this report shows up as a loss in membership. The extent of this factor is
not known, but can be determined at each county level.


MISCELLANEOUS MEMBERSHIP DATA

Table 4 presents some miscellaneous membership data. Column I answers
the question of growth over the summer months from the end of one year to
the beginning of the next year. It shows the change in membership from the
close of the 1961-62 school year to the first month of the 1962-63 year.
State-wide, there were 62,334 more pupils on the active roll at the end of
the first month of 1962-63 than were on the roll when school closed the
previous year.


Column II answers the question of growth from the first month of one
year to the first month of the succeeding year. From the first month of
the 1961-62 to the first month of 1962-63 there was an increase of 62,678
pupils.


Column III gives the average daily membership for 1961-62 and Column IV
gives the average daily membership for 1962-63. Column V is the difference
between Column III and Column IV.


PERCENT OF MEMBERSHIP CHANGE DURING 1962-63

Table 5 gives the percent of change in membership by grade group between
the end of the first month and the close of the 1962-63 school year. It is
the percent of gain or loss in membership during the year. Over-all, there
was a net decrease of 1.10 percent. Grades 1-6 showed a gain of .52 percent
as compared with a net loss of 1.91 percent in grades 7-9, and a net loss of
5.18 percent in grades 10-12.


ADULT AND VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS

Membership data for special adult and vocational schools with an irregular
membership pattern or with classes extending beyond the regular school year
are not included in any of the regular tables or summaries in this report.
Data for these schools also were omitted from previous reports in this series.
The excluded schools and membership data for these schools are given below.


Adult and Vocational Schools, 1962-63

County and School End of End of Average
First Month Last Month Daily
Membership
Duval
Technical High-General Continuation 117 51 77
Stanton Vocational-Gen. Continuation 42 33 22
Continued on Next Pnsae


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Adult and Vocational Schools, 1962-63 (Continued)


County and School


End of
First Month


End of
:Last Month'


Average
Daily
Membership


Escambia


Adult Vocational
Washington Vocational


Leon

Lively Tech
Lincoln Vocational


Okaloosa

Okaloosa Vocational


Orange


Orange County Vocational


Pinellas

Tomlinson Adult Education Center
Gibbs Vocational


Volusia

Community College Technical,
Vocational Division
Mary Karl Vocational


144
32


114


1,105 1,282


348
11


378
25


62
373


1,449


TOTAL











TABLE 1


CHANGE IN MEMBERSHIP AT
FROM MEMBERSHIP AT


1957-58

(790,443)
7,343
15,067
21,345
24,007
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
-1,246


THE CLOSE OF
THE CLOSE OF
BOTH RACES

1959-60


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


EACH MONTH OF SCHOOL
THE FIRST MONTH


1960-61


(974,644)
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
14,991
14,169
13,472
9,110
344


1962-63


(1,087,733)
2,843
6,637
7,260
6,740
5,460
1,331
-4,223
-11,954


TABLE 2


MEMBERSHIP AT THE CLOSE OF EACH MONTH
PERCENTAGE OF MEMBERSHIP AT THE END OF
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
100.44
99.54


OF SCHOOL AS A
THE FIRST MONTH


1960-61

100.00%
100.37
100.92
101.26
101.38
101.26
100.86
100.29
99.44


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


Month

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9


1956-57*

100.00%
101.04
102.31
103.29
103.70
103.64
103.06
102.31
101.12


1961-62

100.007.
100.42
101.01
101.27
101.46
101.38
101.31
100.89
100.03


1962-63

100.00%
100.26
100.61
100.67
100.62
100.50
100.12
99.61
98.90








TABLE 3


END OF MONTH MEMBERSHIP 1962-63


Membership Change in Membership from First Month, 1962-63
Grade End of
County Group First Month
1962-63 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th


Alachua 1-6 9,785 86 105 69 112 236 164 188 164
7-9 4,188 -14 -44 -49 -63 -82 -101 -122
10-12 2,931 6 7 -28 -55 -86 -110 -135 -152
1-12 16.904 92 98 -3 8 87 -28 -48 -110
Baker 1-6 1,173 10 8 14 16 19 14 25 27
7-9 503 -2 2 -3 -9 -6 -11 -13
10-12 331 -4 -4 -6 -6 -7 -6 -9 -9
1-12 2.007 4 4 10 7 3 2 5 5


Bay
oo
I


Bradford


1-6
7-9
10-12
1-12
1-6
7-9
10-12
1-19


8,732
3,964
2',873
15,569
2,108
904
657
3 669


-26
-27
-21
-74
-3
-6
-4
-1


-32
-45
-55
-132
-7
-7
-7
-91


-55
-71
-91
-217
4
-8
-5
-q


-85
-87
-129
-301
13
-9
-8
-A


-99
-97
-147
-343
26
-9
-14
3


-65
-110
-180
-355
26
-26
-24
-24


-120
-123
-194
-437
30
-29
-30
-29


-158
-142
-203
-503
18
-24
-36
-42


Brevard 1-6 19,104 37 132 263 448 633 893 989 913
7-9 7,632 35 93 138 175 240 287 274 256
10-12 5,656 -4 -8 17 5 -8 -4 -6 -23
1-12 32,392 68 217 418 628 865 1,176 1.257 1.146
Broward 1-6 40,770 265 634 993 1,199 1,261 1,188 915 444
7-9 17,830 104 191 278 286 266 '157 11 -95
10-12 13,032 -27 -63 -150 -239 -344 -451 -555 -601
1-12 71.632 342 762 1.121 1.246 1,183 894 371 -252
Calhoun 1-6 1,078 -5 4 7 -9 -12 3 -3
7-9 525 -11 -15 -15 -22 -27 -27 -32 -32
10-12 362 4 -1 -6 -11 -17 -31 -26 -26
1-12 1.965 -12 -12 -14 -42 -56 -58 -55 -61


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


1,416
654
387
2,457
1,277
545
348
2,170
2,872
1,215
748
4,835
2,160
967
663
3,790
3,090
1,406
983
5,479
107,264
46,976
35,188
189.428


-9
1
-3
-11
3
4
-1
6
-13
-5
-6
-24
101
19
3
123
15
-3
-3
12
209
-9
-275
-75


-5
5
-5
-5
12
13
1
26
-49
-12
-11
-72
231
46
-
277
23
5
-8
20
346
-84
-559
-297


9
14
-3
20
17
15

32
-59
-8
-15
-82
269
42
-2
309
16
-2
-8
6
381
-269
-844
-732


24
21
-7
38
25
19

44
-55
-14
-13
-82
293
32
-4
321
33
-6
-10
17
862
-271
-1,225
-634


23
24
-12
35
38
16
-6
48
-26
-11
-16
-53
354
30
-7
377
32
-7
-15
10
1,058
-300
-1,473
-715


10
,7
-19
-2
40
7
-6
41
-23
-19
-17
-59
392
14
-15
391
24
-15
-15
-6
764
-562
-1,829
-1 627


4
1
-22
-17
47
4
-7
44
-13
-23
-19
-55
309
-2
-29
278
5
-21
-25
-41
-208
-901
-2,121
-3 7in


-13
-6
-25
-44
42
-1
-8
33
-35
-41
-22
-98
-10
-42
-43
-95
9
-26
-29
-46
-1,126
-1,168
-2,361
-& fit;


De Soto 1-6 1,373 22 36 57 61 58 39 33 23
7-9 609 3 3 11 10 11 -1 -6 -11
10-12 397 3 3 2 3 -10 -18 -20 -21
1-12 2,379 28 42 70 74 59 20 7 -9
Dixie 1-6 768 5 13 -8 -3 8 7 7
7-9 318 1 5 2 -1 -3 -6 -9 -13
10-12 226 1 -1 -8 -9 -13 -18 -21 -20
1-12 1,312 7 17 -14 -13 -16 -16 -23 -26
Duval (1) 1-6 63,345 -204 -236 -371 -457 -539 -515 -599 -787
7-9 26,840 -90 -153 -289 -417 -505 -612 -726 -885
10-12 18,921 -131 -296 -476 -683 -828 -990 -1,113 -1,223
1-12 111.106 -425 -685 -1,136 -1.557 -1.872 -2.117 -2.438 -2.895
Escambia (2) 1-6 25,760 -38 -112 -153 -92 -117 -138 -165 -217
7-9 9,721 -15 -36 -45 -87 -153 -169 -222 -262
10-12 7,235 -31 -82 -159 -259 -316 -355 -395 -436
1-12 42.716 -84 -230 -357 -438 -586 -662 -782 -915
(1) Excludes Technical High (General Continuation) and Stanton Vocational (General Continuation).


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(2) Excludes


Adult Vocational School


and Washington Vocational.


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TABLE 3 (Contd.)

END OF MONTH MEMBERSHIP 1962-63


Membership Change in Membership from First Month, 1962-63
Grade End of
County Group First Month
1962-63 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th


Flagler 1-6 726 6 14 13 14 9 13 18 21
7-9 238 -2 -2 -3 -6 -7 -8 -8 -6
10-12 140 -3 -7 -8 -10 -11 -11 -13 -11
1-12 1.104 1 5 2 -2 -9 -6 -3 4
Franklin 1-6 933 7 12 11 14 15 4 -10
7-9 380 2 6 2 -4 -18 -19 -25
10-12 210 -2 -2 -6 -7 -11 -18 -17 -16
1-12 1,523 7 16 7 7 -36 -32 -51
Gadsden 1-6 6,312 25 42 25 5 30 38 58 30
7-9 2,416 -2 -20 -28 -36 -46 -62 -66 -83
10-12 1,483 5 4 -9 -17 -25 -32 -39 -45
1-12 10,211 28 26 -12 -48 -41 -56 -47 -98
Gilchrist 1-6 450 -2 -7 -13 -11 -16 -23 -23 -22
7-9 200 1 -2 -7 -6 -9 -12 -14
10-12 169 -1 -3 -6 -6 -7 -9 -11
1-12 819 -1 -8 -18 -24 -28 -39 -44 -47
Glades 1-6 344 7 25 11 -3 14 18 18 16
7-9 143 -2 7 3 6 9 8 7 4
10-12 96 1 3 3 3 1 1 1
1-12 583 5 33 17 6 26 27 26 21
Gulf 1-6 1,629 -1 -14 -30 -34 -46 -57 -54 -59
7-9 639 -17 -29 -34 -37 -40 -40 -47
10-12 479 -4 -9 -19 -26 -23 -33 -38 -43
1-12 2.747 -5 -40 -78 -94 -106 -130 -132 -149
Hamilton 1-6 1,257 6 -8 2 -11 5 14 19 14
7-9 522 -3 -6 -9 -9 -15 -12 -13 -15
10-12 388 -1 -8 -19 -20 -25 -30 -32 -36
1-12 2,167 2 -22 -26 -40 -35 -28 -26 -37










Hardee


Hendry


Hernando


Highlands


Hillsborough



Holmes


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


1,591
750
503
2.844
1,310
552
333
2,195
1,574
657
391
2,622
2,936
1,194
905
5.035
48,433
21,899
15,526
85,858
1,504
865
600
2-969


74
23
-2
95
46
14
-2
58
16
-


2
18
56
28
-1
83.
333
12
-98
247
-17
-11
2
-26


123
25
-7
141
88
20
-3
105
23
7
4
34
116
52
14
182
472
87
-200
359
-26
-17
-3
-46


144
37
-11
170
103
30
-
133
26
16
4
46
169
43
5
217
660.
114
-321
453
-33
-23
-10
-66


138
18
-14
142
82
33
-7
108
34
9
-1
42
176
33
-2
207
779
44
-436
387
-25
-36
-13
-74


122
5
-21
106
93
31
-4
120
40
3
3
46
179
34
-18
195
840
-72
-543
225
-38
-41
-14
-93


131
-1
-24
106
95
25
-6
114
25
-4
-5
16
172
26
-28
170
576
-240
-703
-367
-31
-48
-19
-98


102
-10
-27
65
102
20
-9
113
16
-8
-12
-4
125
6
-33
98
445
-364
-802
-721
-36
-57
-20
-113


19
-31
-29
-41
22
14
-12
24
4
-15
-14
-25
76
-10
-44
22
113
-513
-863
-1,263
-34
-59
-22
-115


Indian River 1-6 3,660 14 36 42 41 50 50 53 33
7-9 1,425 -2 1 -2 -13 -15 -32 -39 -52
10-12 1,018 -10 -14 -18 -21 -29 -50 -53 -61
1-12 6,103 2 23 22 7 6 -32 -39 -80
Jackson 1-6 4,995 25 26 45 38 38 45 50 49
7-9 2,330 2 -11 -15 -7 -8 -15 -17 -19
10-12 1,624 3 -5 -17 -26 -30 -36
1-12 8,949 30 15 30 26 13 4 3 -6
Jefferson 1-6 1,641 11 10 16 9 6 4 -12
7-9 634 -5 -5 -7 -11 -10 -12 -15 -14
10-12 474 -2 -5 -12 -18 -23 -20 -20 -24
1-12 2.749 4 -3 -20 -27 -28 -35 -50
Lafayette 1-6 406 5 -4 -7 -8 1
7-9 192 3 7 6 2 2 6 7 3
10-12 122 3 2 3 -2 -2 -5 -5 -5
1-12 720 6 14 5 -7 -8 1 2 -1


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TABLE 3 (Contd.)


END OF MONTH MEMBERSHIP 1962-63


Membership Change in Membership from First Month, 1962-63
Grade End of
County Group First Month
1962-63 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th


Lake 1-6 7,394 62 210 250 242 179 169 127 68
7-9 3,080 20 36 41 24 -10 -30 -68 -99
10-12 2,067 2 13 8 -24 -33 -53 -68 -77
1-12 12,541 84 259 299 242 136 86 -9 -108
Lee 1-6 7,185 70 192 252 292 328 331 273 139
7-9 3,185 14 46 76 81 66 45 12 -18
10-12 2,285 -11 -11 -5 -16 -21 -36 -46 -60
1-12 12,655 73 227 323 357 373 340 239 61
Leon (1) 1-6 10,044 5 60 46 45 29 50 35 -45
7-9 3,992 -18 -11 -28 -32 -53 -63 -87 -104
10-12 3,243 -15 -38 -65 -93 -106 -118 -232 -249
1-12 17,279 -28 11 -47 -80 -130 -131 -284 -398
Levy 1-6 ,1,581 10 1 -10 -16 -18 -7 -5 -10
7-9 658 4 -5 -6 -8 -5 -7 -9 -9
10-12 485 -4 -8 -17 -23 -23 -20 -25 -22
1-12 2,724 10 -12 -33 -47 -46 -34 -39 -41
Liberty 1-6 489 -5 -7 -2 3 -1 3 1
7-9 196 -3 -5 -3 -7 -6 -3 -2 -3
10-12 133 2 -3 -5 -5 -5 -7
1-12 818 -6 12 -3' -12 -8 -9 -4 -9
Madison 1-6 2,378 27 26 15 -5 -17 -17 -23 -26
7-9 1,042 -5 -14 -22 -28 -40 -47 -55
10-12 703 6 -2 -2 -4 -12 -15 -16
1-12 4.123 33 21 -1 -29 -49 -69 -85 -97
Manatee 1-6 7,379 69 186 255 271 297 277 246 171
7-9 3,301 26 77 68 59 55 39 21 -9
10-12 2,527 -7 1 -10 -18 -43 -65 -75 -93
1-12 13.207 88 264 313 312 309 251 192 69
(1) Excludes Lively Technical and Lincoln Vocational.








Marion 1-6 7,301 65 97 172 177 190 182 184 151
7-9 3,441 20 22 15 10 -5 -6 -31 -49
10-12 2,447 5 -5 -31 -47 -65 -77 -87 -97
1-12 13.189 90 114 156 140 120 99 66 5
Martin 1-6 2,314 49 115 145 164 164 147 124 98
7-9 854 14 28 26 26 18 13 3 -20
10-12 542 1 4 -4 -1 -5 -18 -21 -29
1-12 3.710 64 147 167 189 177 142 106 49
Monroe 1-6 4,596 1 -50 71 171 216 189 216 194
7-9 1,995 -23 -54 -48 -33 -31 -58 -67 -83
10-12 1,169 -2 1 2 -2 3 -11 -21 -27
1-12 7.760 -24 -103 25 136 188 120 128 84
Nassau 1-6 2,868 18 -10 -26 -22 -31 -13 -21 -38
7-9 1,255 -9 -13 -15 -13 -26 -27 -33 -38
10-12 859 -5 -9 -13 -16 -29 -34 -37 -40
1-12 4.982 4 -32 -54 -51 -86 --74 -91 -116
Okaloosa (1) 1-6 8,056 21 64 42 27 -7 -10 40 -10
7-9 3,552 3 2 -26 -62 -70 -103 -104 -130
10-12 2,477 6 -51 -85 -118 -138 -153 -165
1-12 14.085 30 66 -35 -120 -195 -251 -217 -305
Okeechobee 1-6 1,224 23 55 59 85 87 115 121 99
7-9 501 -4 -1 9 10 6 8 13 7
10-12 279 -7 -6 -12 -12 -10 -10 -10 -22
1-12 2.004 12 48 56 83 83 113 124 84
Orange (2) 1-6 35,220 70 312 458 496 504 431 340 20
7-9 15,165 4 101 98 83 57 -24 -93 -211
10-12 10,712 -62 -90 -141 -204 -285 -383 -473 -534
1-12 61,097 12 323 415 375 276 24 -226 -725
Osceola 1-6 2,373 7 1 -3 11 12 -6 -24 -26
7-9 836 -2 -7 -15 -8 -13 -20 -22 -30
10-12 902 -7 -5 -5 -15 -18 -23 -28 -32
1-12 4.111 -2 -11 -23 -12 -19 -49 -74 -88
Palm Beach 1-6 27,252 801 1,614 1,911 2,076 2,050 1,869 1,484 966
7-9 11,792 190 360 414 423 366 264 154 63
10-12 8,005 16 60 28 -7 -39 -130 -201 -234
1-12 47,049 1.007 2.034 2.353 2.492 2.377 2.003 1.437 795
Pasco 1-6 4,029 31 23 188 179 164 136 98 46
7-9 1,873 13 27 31 23 12 -3 -24 -50
10-12 1,218 1 -15 -21 -28 -33 -51 -61 -68
I 1-12, 7.120 45 35' 198 174 143 82 13 -72
(1) Excludes Okaloosa Vocational.
(2) Excludes Orange County Vocational.








TABLE 3 (Contd.)


END OF MONTH MEMBERSHIP 1962-63


Membership Change in Membership from First Month, 1962-63
Grade End of
County Group First Month
1962-63 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th


Pinellas (1) 1-6 32,661 108 283 515 543 640 606 499 383
7-9 16,212 -11 -11 61 50 23 -71 -105 -192
10-12 12,567 -65 -125 -189 -306 -410 -494 -590 -661
1-12 61.440 32 147 387 287 253 41 -196 -470
Polk 1-6 26,318 286 916 1,032 1,174 1,176 998 818 615
7-9 11,287 79 252 227 178 109 8 -88 -162
10-12 7,922 -18 -32 -112 -194 -235 -313 -365 -398
1-12 45,527 347 1.136 1.147 1.158 1,050 693 365 55
Putnam 1-6 4,711 29 125 113 98 112 124 118 109
7-9 2,087 7 13 19 15 -3 -30 -52
10-12 1,297 1 -4 -24 -39 -43 -53 -57 -64
1-12 8.095 37 134 108 74 66 71 31 -7
St. Johns 1-6 3,520 -2 58 78 73 54 68 73 55
7-9 1,575 -4 -1 4 -4 -13 -14 -27 -36
10-12 1,030 -8 -10 -15 -27 -39 -45 -54 -62
1-12 6.125 -14 47 67 42 2 9 -8 -43
St. Lucie 1-6 5,259 48 204 246 289 309 288 305 259
7-9 2,167 19 56 66 59 39 6 -11 -26
10-12 1,440 8 5 1 -11 -33 -44 -56 -60
1-12 8.866 75 265 313 337 315 250 238 173
Santa Rosa 1-6 4,337 13 5 -3 -10 -1 -18 -12 -53
7-9 1,666 3 -4 -27 -40 -47 -61 -69 -86
10-12 1,163 1 -15 -19 -33 -42 -49 -55 -63
1-12 7.166 17 -14 -49 -83 -90 -128 -136 -202
Sarasota 1-6 7,789 58 116 200 224 222 146 101 -14
7-9 3,681 13 22 42 59 70 38 19 -13
10-12 3,039 -8 -14 -16 -21 -48 -65 -73 -94
1-12 14.509 63 124 226 262 244 119 47 -121
(1) Excludes Tomlinson Adult Education Center and Gibbs Vocational.









Seminole 1-6 8,154 120 233 291 311 292 262 213 146
7-9 3,374. 36 76 79 48 38 7 -10 -44
10-12 2,053 14 35 19 2 -9 -19 -30 -60
1-12 13.581 170 344 389 361 321 250 173 42
Sumter 1-6 1,821 12 24 21 59 44 55 62 56
7-9 788 -4 -4 -3 -11 -19 -27 -24 -27
10-12 560 -7 -11 -12 -21 -31 -48 -50 -52
1-12 3,169 1 9 6 27 -6 -20 -12 -23
Suwannee 1-6 2,260 9 1 2 -1 13 18 25
7-9 1,068 -13 -19 -15 -18 -12 -19 -26
10-12 795 -5 -12 -15 -22 -26 -28 -31 -32
1-12 4,123 4 -24 -32 -38 -44 -27 -32 -33
Taylor 1-6 2,230 -20 -20 -24 -27 -46 -50 -61 -78
7-9 956 -13 -16 -27 -33 -33 -39 -46 -54
10-12 543 -8 -12 -14 -22 -30 -39 -42 -45
1-12 3,729 -41 -48 -65 -82 -109 -128 -149 -177
Union 1-6 679 -4 -8 -7 -15 -11 9 7
7-9 276 1 -2 -9 -13 -12 -8 -7 -11
10-12 204 -3 -7 -7 -5 -6 -8 -8
1-12 1,159 -3 -13 -23 -35 -28 -14 -6 -12
Volusia (1) 1-6 13,423 71 119 299 416 459 523 496 423
7-9 6,292 47 29 58 67 28 1 -12 -31
10-12 4,365 5 19 19 -1 -17 -45 -79 -96
1-12 24.080 123 167 376 482 470 479 405 296
Wakulla 1-6 821 2 -5 -4 -11 -5 -5 -11
7-9 355 2 1 -1 -2 -3 -3 -2 -6
10-12 238 -2 -3 -8 -10 -11 -10 -10 -11
1-12 1.414 2 -7 -13 -23 -19 -13 -17 -28
Walton 1-6 2,268 10 28 13 23 28 20 7 6
7-9 1,103 7 1 -10 -13 -20 -35 -42 -50
10-12 765 -5 -14 -26 -27 -33 -40 -48 -48
1-12 4,136 12 15 -23 -17 -25 -55 -83 -92
Washington 1-6 1,704 -6 4 -1 -10 -15 -28 -29 -31
7-9 811 8 14 13 11 5 3 -2 4
10-12 637 6 11 4 3 2 -2 -6 -14
1-12 3,152 8 29 16 4 -8 -27 -37 -41
STATE 1-6 623,414 3,119 7,112 9,236 10,951 11,686 10,740 8,177 3,254
TOTAL 7-9 270,249 499 1,141 980 473 -297 -1,821 -3,403 -5,159
10-12 194,070 -775 -1,616 -2,956 -4,684 -5,929 -7,588 -8,997 -10,049
1-12 1,087,733 2,843 6,637 7,260 6,740 5,460 1,331 -4,223 -11,954
(1) Excludes Mary Karl Vocational and the Tech-Vocational Division of Volusia County Community College.






TABLE 4


MISCELLANEOUS MEMBERSHIP DATA


Change in Membership Average Daily Membership

County End of Year 1961-62 End of First Month Change in
to End of First 1961-62 to End of 1961-62 1962-63 ADM 1961-62
Month 1962-63 First Month 1962-63 to 1962-63
I II II I IV V


Alachua 1,007 816 16,032 16,895 863
Baker 57 62 1,945 2,008 63
Bay 949 316 14,883 15,530 647
Bradford 160 144 3,514 3,654 140
Brevard 4.396 5,257' 27.697 32,949 5,252


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


4,854
69
293
74
297
442
259
12,272
53
107
7,179
2,344
63
123
269
57
42
143
54
6
126
157
77
4,521
136


4,749
1
287
63
169
502
228
15,080
5
i03
5,411
1,382
60
74
60
80
69
87
-41
2
197
110
266
3,876
81


67,559
1,924
2,193
2,100
4,593
3,573
5,258
176,985,
2,358
1,207
105,120
40,887
1,052
1,438
10,066
748
532
2,639
2,180
2,893
2,091
2,517
4,969
82,049
2,860


72,167
1,930
2,460
2,194
4,779
3,993
5,463
188,070
2,404
1,302
109,679
42,269
1,102
1,512
10,151
802
598
2,669
2,144
2,935
2,271
2,636
5,151
85,751
2,892


4,)60
6
267
94
186
420
205
11,085
46
95
4,559
1,382
50
74
85
54
66
30
36
42
180
119
182
3,702
32


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Indian River 373 450
Jackson 159 42
Jefferson 76 71
Lafayette 11 -
Lake 283 183
Lee 979 920
Leon 989 690
Levy 84 39
Liberty 17 18
Madison 140 126
Manatee 326 526
Marion 664 569
Martin 251 275
Monroe 261 134
Nassau 268 233
Okaloosa 1,300 686
Okeechobee 130 134
Orange 3,820 4,051
Osceola 370 381
Palm Beach 2.089 3.933
Pasco 209 196
Pinellas 3,246 3,489
Polk 1,010 1,520
Putnam 199 155
St. Johns 214 255
St. Lucie 432 577
Santa Rosa 376 230
Sarasota 652 652
Seminole 734 807


5,755
8,853
2,676
722
12,402
11,870
16,607
2,665
822
4,018
12,953
12,578
3,498
7,621
4,732
13,148
1,874
57,677
3,746
45.032
6,968
58,839
44,697
7,949
5.931
8,501
6,883
14,019
12,988


6,088
8,962
2,732
719
12,635
12,840
17,160
2,691
809
4,079
13,373
13,257
3,811
7,800
4,921
13,965
2,060
61,062
4,076
48.508
7,187
61,434
46,105
8,140
6,128
9,084
7,035
14,602
13,789


Sumter 107 120 3,058 3,157 99
Suwannee 118 41 4,027 4,095 68
Taylor 236 120 3,552 3,637 85
Union 25 20 1,137 1,145 8
Volusia 1,390 1,405 23,186 24,294 1,108
Wakulla 85 54 1,349 1,396 47
Walton 97 65 4,059 4,106 47
Washington 62 52 3,078 3.158 80

TOTAL 62,334 62,678 1,033,332 1,088,200 54,868


333
109
56
3
233
970
553
26
13
61
420
679
313
179
189
817
186
3,385
330
3,476
219
2,595
1,408
191
197
583
152
583
801


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TABLE 5


PERCENT OF CHANGE IN MEMBERSHIP BETWEEN
FIRST MONTH AND CLOSE OF SCHOOL 1962-63


Grade Group

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


Alachua 1.687% -2.917 -5.197 .65%
Baker 2.30 -2.58 -2.72 .25
Bay -1.81 -3.58 -7.07; -3.23
Bradford .85 -2.65 -5.48 -1.14
Brevard 4.78 3.35 .41 3.54
Broward 1.09 .53 -4.61 .35
Calhoun .28 -6.10 -7.18 -3.10
Charlotte .92 .92 -6.46 -1.79
Citrus 3.29 .18 -2.30 1.52
Clay -1.22 -3.37 -2.94 -2.03
Collier .46 -4.34 -6.49 -2.51
Columbia .29 -1.85 -2.95 .84
Dade -1.05 -2.49 -6.71 -2.46
De Soto 1.68 -1,81 -5.29 .88
Dixie .91 -4.09 -8.85 -1.98
Duval -1.24 -3.30 -6.46 -2.61
Escambia .84 -2.70 -6.03 -2.14
Flagler 2.89 -2.52 -7.86 .36
Franklin -1.07 -6.58 -7.62 -3.35
Gadsden .48 -3,44 -3.03 .96
Gilchrist -4.89 -7.00 -6.51 -5.74
Glades 4,65 2.80 1.04 3.60
Gulf -3.62 -7.36 -8.98 -5.42
Hamilton 1.11 -2.87 -9.28 -1.71
Hardee 1.19 -4.13 -5.77 -1.44


Hendry
Hernando
Highlands
Hillsborough
Holmes


1.68
.25
2.59
.23
-2.26


2.54
-2 28
- .84
-2.34
-6.82


-3.60
-3.58
-4.86
-5.56
-3.67


1.09
- .95
.44
-1.47
-3.87










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
Washin ronn


TOTAL .52% -1.91% -5.18% -1.10%


.90
.98
- .73
.25
.92
1.94
- .45
- .63
.20
-1.09
2.32
2.07
4.24
4.22
-1.32
- .12
8.09
.06
-1.10
3.54
1.14
1.17
2.34
2.31
1.56
4.92
-1.22
- .18
1.79
3.08
1.11
-3.50
1.03
3.15
-1.34
.26
-1 82


-3.65
- .82
-2.21
1.56
-3.21
- .57
-2.61
-1.36
-1.53
-5.28
- .27
-1.42
-2.34
-4.16
-3.03
-3.66
1.40
-1.39
-3.59
.53
-2.67
-1.18
-1.44
-2.49
-2.29
-1.20
-5.16
- .35
-1.30
-3.43
-2.43
-5.65
-3.99
- .49
-1.69
-4.53
,49


-5.99
-2.22
-5.06
-4.10
-3.73
-2.63
-7.68
-4.54
-5.26
-2.28
-3.68
-3.96
-5.35
-2.31
-4.66
-6.66
-7.89
-4.99
-3.55
-2.92
-5.58
-5.26
-5.02
-4.93
-6.02
-4.17
-5.42
-3.09
-2.92
-9.29
-4.03
-8.29
-3.92
-2.20
-4.62
-6.27
-2.20


-1.31
- .07
-1.82
- .14
- .86
.48
-2.30
-1.51
-1.10
-2.35
.52
.04
1.32
1.08
-2.33
-2.17
4.19
-1.19
-2.14
1.69
-1.01
- .76
.12
- .09
- .70
1.95
-2.82
- .83
.31
- .73
- .80
-4.75
-1.04
1.23
-1.98
-2.22
-1.30


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