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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

1964-65


Research Report 42
Division of Research


Floyd T. Christian
State Superintendent of Public
Tallahassee, Florida


Instruction


November, 1965


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Research Report 42 is a revision of Research
Report 34 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.
(450)











ANALYSIS OF IEMl ERSHIP AT THE CLOSE


OF EACH MONTH OF .;:c,,L 1964-65


The data included in this report are compiled from Item 30, "Membership
at Close of Each Month of School," Princi2al's Annual Report on Attendance,
Form At-14p, submitted to the State Department of Education at the close of
the 1964-65 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. The University *Scho:.l in Leon County is excluded
for the same reason.

This is the eighth year for which the Research Division has made a
complete tabulation of monthly membership figures. Data for 1956-57 are
based on incomplete reports. .:-rc-- F..p-rt 42 is a statistical study
prepared in an effort to establish long range growth patterns of value
for educational planning purposes.

Table 1 shows, for an eight 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 the comparable percent of
change.

Table 3 gives the change in membership at the close of each month from
membership at the close of the first month for each county for the 1964-65
school year. This membership ch;-age is given by grade group 1-6, 7-9, 10-12,
as well as for the county as a whole. The numbers shown in this table for
each month should be related back to the .ber'~ip shown for the first month.

PEAK MONTH

Traditionally, the membership pattern in Florida schools has been thought
of as a horse-shoe shrl:! curve, rising sharply during the winter months and
then dropping back toward the end of school. As shown below, there has been
a tendency for the peak membership p-:.r'-id to level out, or more nearly
approach the beginning membership. Of course, some counties still experi-
ence peak months that are substantially above the beginning and ending
months. A study of Table 3 will emphasize the different membership patterns.








Percent Increase
Increase Peak Month Peak Month Over
Over First Month First Month

1956-57 26,496 3.70%
1957-58 24,007 3.04
1958-59 17,038 1.99
1959-60 15,175 1.65
1960-61 13,493 1.38
1961-62 14,991 1.46
1962-63 7,260 .67
1963-64 9,922 .87
1964-65 9,181 .78

The fourth month has been the peak membership month in each of the last
three years. Prior to 1962-63, the fifth month was the peak month for the
state as a whole. There is considerable variation among the counties as to
the month in which maximum membership is reached. This variation is shown
below. The number in parenthesis indicates the peak month for the previous
year. For example, Alachua County reached its peak membership in the first
month of 1964-65 and in the second month of 1963-64.


Peak Month Counties

First Alachua (2), Bay (1), Columbia (6), Dixie (6), Duval (1),
Escambia (1), Flagler (3), Gilchrist (4), Hamilton (3),
Holmes (1), Nassau (1), Santa Rosa (2), Suwannee (1),
Taylor (1), Wakulla (1), Walton (3)

Second Baker (2), Bradford (3), Calhoun (2), Jackson (2),
Jefferson (2), Leon (2), Madison (2), Okaloosa (8),
Washington (4)

Third Levy (1)

Fourth Dade (4), Franklin (1), Gadsden (2), Hardee (4), Hills-
borough (5), Indian River (4), Manatee (5), Marion (4),
Orange (5), Osceola (4), Pinellas (4), Putnam (6),
St. Johns (4), St. Lucie (4)

Fifth Broward (5), Citrus (4), DeSoto (3), Gulf (1), Hendry (5),
Hernando (4), Highlands (4), Lee (5), Monroe (5), Palm
Beach (5), Sarasota (4), Volusia (5)

Sixth Brevard (8), Charlotte (5), Glades (7), Lake (3), Liberty
(1), Martin (6), Pasco (4), Polk (4), Seminole (3),
Union (9)

Seventh Clay (5), Collier (6)

Eighth Okeechobee (4), Sumter (4)

Ninth Lafayette (2)







MEMBERSHIP CHANGE

Forty-four counties showed a loss in total net membership between the end
of the first month and the close of school in 1964-65. At the elementary level,
twenty-four counties showed a net loss. Seven counties (Charlotte, DeSoto,
Highlands, Lafayette, Okeechobee, Polk, and Seminole) showed some net increase
during the year at the junior high level. Only one county, Glades, had a net
increase at the senior high level. The increase was only one pupil.


Membership change from
end of first month to
close of school

8,037
5,048
-1,246
-4,204.
-5,506
344
-11,954
-8,930
-11,248


Percent of membership
change from end of first
month to close of school

1.12%
.64
-(.15)
-(.46)
-(.56)
.03
-(1.10)
-(.79)
-(.96)


As shown above, the net membership loss during the year for the state
whole was 11,248 pupils. This net is a little misleading inasmuch as
of the junior-senior high school loss was offset by a gain in grades
Between the first month of school and the close of school:


1-6 gained
7-9 lost
10-12 lost
1-12 lost


5,118 pupils
4,678 pupils
11,688 pupils
11,248 pupils


( .78 percent)
(-1.61 percent)
(-5.18 percent)
( -.96 percent)


LAST MONTH OF SCHOOL


The greatest net change in membership comes during the last month of
school each year--between the end of the eighth month and the close of the
school year.

Net Loss During Last Month of School


1-6


1961-62
1962-63
1963-64
1964-65


6,116
4,923
4,624
5,568


7-9

1,725
1,756
1,690
2,250


10-12

925
1,052
1,042
1,274


1-12

8,766
7,731
7,356
9,092


1956-57
1957-58
1958-59
1959-60
1960-61
1961-62
1962-63
1963-64
1964-65


as a
part
1-6.


Grades
Grades
Grades
Grades









The exact cause of this ninth month drop has not been identified positively.
In tourist counties one explanation is that it is due to winter residents with-
drawing pupils in order to return to other states. Decreasing winter farm
activity late in the school year may be a partial explanation in counties with
large numbers of migratory farm workers. Early vacations may be a factor. It
appears that the pupils withdrawing during the last month of school are distri-
buted fairly proportionately among the grade levels.

It does appear that the ninth month loss is of a different nature than the
loss during other months where such loss is not distributed proportionately
among the grade groups. This could prove a fruitful area for investigation
in those counties where the loss is substantial. Could a readjustment in the
school calendar reduce this loss and increase Minimum Foundation Program funds
allocated?

DROPOUTS

This report is not a dropout study. It is concerned with net membership
each month--beginning membership plus re-entries less withdrawals. Thus new
students transferring into a school system during the year can offset with-
drawals. These data do have limited significance for those interested in the
dropout problem.

In those counties where the elementary school membership increases or
holds reasonably stable, but junior and senior high school membership decreases
during the year, the most probable explanation must be dropouts at the high
school level. It is probable that families with younger children are more
mobile than families with older children. However, it is not a reasonable
assumption that most of the people moving into Florida have children in the
elementary grades whereas most of the people moving out of the state have
children at the secondary level.

COUNTY STUDY NEEDED

Each county should examine carefully the figures for its own schools.
At the local level, it is possible to prepare detailed tabulations on a
school-by-school basis. In this way it should be possible to identify
those schools and even grades in which further investigation is needed.
Inasmuch as state foundation program funds are directly related to pupils
in school, such an effort at the local level could result in considerable
financial return to a county as well as good to the pupils who otherwise
might be lost to the school situation.

There are many situations wherein elementary membership increases
during the course of the school year but junior and senior high membership
declines steadily. If the schools of a county where this pattern prevails
are adequately staffed at the beginning of the school year, then the elemen-
tary grades will be understaffed and the secondary grades will be overstaffed
as the year goes on, unless changes are made in the assignment of teachers.
This has significance in planning the allocation of instructional personnel.


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A number of counties experience peak membership at all levels early in
the school year. In such counties classroom space, desks, books, and other
facilities must be provided at the beginning of the school year and become
unused or unnecessary as the year moves along. Investigation may reveal
that the decline in membership is beyond the control of school authorities,
in which case nothing constructive can be done. On the other hand, if the
county can take steps to retain membership during the year, more efficient
use can be made of facilities, teachers, and supplies already provided and
increased minimum foundation and capital outlay funds can be earned.


MISCELLANEOUS MEMBERSHIP DATA

Table 4 presents some miscellaneous membership data. Column I answers
the question of growth over the summer months from the close of one year to
the beginning of the next year. It shows the change in membership from the
close of the 1963-64 school year to the first month of the 1964-65 year.
State-wide, there were 48,089 more pupils on the active roll at the end of
the first month of 1964-65 than were on the roll when school closed in
1963-64.

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 1963-64 year to the first month of the 1964-65 year, there was an
increase of 39,159 pupils.

Column III gives the average daily membership for 1963-64 and Column
IV gives the average daily membership for 1964-65. Column V is the differ-
ence between Column III and Column IV, or the change in average daily mem-
bership. Eleven counties had a lower average daily membership in 1964-65
than in 1963-64.


PERCENT OF MEMBERSHIP CHANGE DURING 1964-65

Table 5 gives the percent of change in membership by grade group between
the end of the first month and the close of the 1964-65 school year for each
county. It is the percent of gain or loss in membership during the year.
Overall, there was a net decrease of .96 percent. Grades 1-6 showed a gain
of .78 percent as compared to a net loss of 1.61 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.


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ADULT AND VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS, 1964-65


County and School


Membership
End of
First Month


Membership
End of
Last Month


Average
Daily
Membership


Duval


Technical High

Stanton Vocational


Escambia

Adult Vocational

Washington Vocational


Leon

Lively Technical

Lincoln Vocational

University School *


Okaloosa

Okaloosa Vocational


Orange


Orange County Vocational


Volusia

Volusia County Technical

Mary Karl Vocational

TOTAL


* The University School at Florida State University is not a vocational school
but is organized on a trimester plan with a graduating class prior to the
close of the ninth month; therefore, membership data for this school are not
included with data for regular schools in Leon County.


410

560


280

443


482


119


852


123

230


2,412


2,042


321


2,297








TABLE 1


CHANGE IN MEMBERSHIP AT THE CLOSE OF EACH MONTH OF SCHOOL
FROM MEMBERSHIP AT THE CLOSE OF THE FIRST MONTH


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

-4=1,95
-11,954


1963-64


(1,136,670)
3,469
7,160
9,922
9,179
7,236
3,167
-1,574
-8,930


1964-65


(1,175,829)
3,028
6,373
9,181
8,795
7,434
3,117
-2,156
-11,248


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


1959-60

100.00%
100.43
101.05
101.53
101.65
101.53
101.08
100.44
99.54


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


1962-63

100.00%
100.26
100.61
100.67
100.62
100.50
100.12
99.61
98.90


Month


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


1959-60

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


1960-61

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


TABLE 2


Month

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9


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


1963-64

100.00%
100.31
100.63
100.87
100.81
100.64
100.28
99.86
99.21


1964-65

100.00%
100.26
100.54
100,78
100,75
100.63
100.27
99.82
99.04







TABLE 3

END OF MONTH MEMBERSHIP 1964-65


Membership Net Change in Membership from First Month, 1964-65
Grade End of
County Group First Month
1964-65 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th


Alachua 1-6 10,764 4 7 25 37 48 40 34 9
7-9 4,459 8 -1 -2 2 -36 -29 -82
10-12 3,471 -31 -54 -69 -108 -134 -169 -196 -213
1-12 18,694 -19 -48 -46 -69 -86 -165 -191 -286
Baker 1-6 1,240 15 9 11 4 24 31 30 36
7-9 500 1 -1 -1 4 1 -8 -7 -8
10-12 385 4 -15 -24 -25 -25 -27 -32 -32
1-12 2 125 20 -7 -14 -17 -4 -9 -4
Bay 1-6 8,829 3 -15 -22 17 41 89 51 -6
7-9 4,112 -10 -40 -57 -84 -98 -103 -123 -149
10-12 3,168 -20 -48 -76 -102 -119 -133 -154 -165
1-12 16,109 -27 -103 -155 -169 -176 -147 -226 -320
Bradford 1-6 1,963 22 26 13 27 23 43 9 5
7-9 897 7 4 -10 -13 -8 -3 -6 -4
10-12 711 4 2 4 -12 -15 -25 -29
1-12 3,571 33 32 7 14 3 25 -22 -28
Brevard 1-6 26,388 174 338 611 681 710 685 709 354
7-9 10,540 37 71 136 145 134 109 66 -2
10-12 8,500 -11 -27 -66 -70 -84 -176 -230 -274
1-12 45.428 200 382 681 756 760 618 545 78
Broward (1) 1-6 44,828 269 702 1,192 1,494 1,555 1,519 1,249 704
7-9 20,543 90 153 237 296 311 200 81 -162
10-12 15,848 -49 -97 -191 -291 -443 -571 -692 -768
1-12 81.219 310 758 1.238 1.499 1.423 1.148 638 -226
Calhoun 1-6 1,097 4 -2 1 6 5 -1 1 -
7-9 495 -1 -6 -6 -16 -16 -18 -23 -28
10-12 374 -2 -5 -6 -7 -8 -13 -12 -13
1-12 1,966 1 -13 -11 -17 -19 -32 -34 -41








Charlotte 1-6 1,391 -1 7 15 31 41 32 22 24
7-9 654 -4 6 2 8 5 1 -14 -15
10-12 550 1 -1 -11 -20 -26
1-12 2,595 -5 13 17 40 45 22 -12 -17
Citrus 1-6 1,337 10 47 76 80 80 85 84 79
7-9 642 -2 5 6 -6 -5 2 1
10-12 521 -4 -5 -10 -4 -7 -17 -18 -21
1-12 2,500 4 47 72 76 67 63 68 59
Clay 1-6 3,237 26 47 47 59 81 99 112 74
7-9 1,282 -4 15 19 17 8 7 -1 -9
10-12 961 -6 -5 -5 -21 -25 -36 -51 -56
1-12 A5,480_ 16 57 61 55 .64 70 60 9
Collier 1-6 2,651 182 301 455 482 580 591 514 114
7-9 1,098 23 51 46 55 62 66 34 -27
10-12 841 -1 -4 7 -1 -6 -13 -25 -32
1-12 4 .590- 204 348 508 536 636 644 523 55
Columbia 1-6 3,291 18 6 5 39 61 54 50 43
7-9 1,479 -37 -12 -18 -35 -32 -49 -57 -67
10-12 1,184 -11 -19 -26 -34 -49 -58 -61 -68
1-12 5,954 -30 -25 -39 -30 -20 -53 -68 -92
Dade 1-6 108,472 511 856 1,645 1,918 1,912 1,639 1,123 438
7-9 48,858 50 44 79 37 -33 -240 -423 -623
10-12 39,340 -271 -552 -761 -1,091 -1,376 -1,667 -1,921 -2,113
1-12 196,670 290 348 963 864 503 -268 -1.221 -2.298
De Soto 1-6 1,423 6 33 38 38 36 37 30 23
7-9 607 3 14 21 30 30 21 12 7
10-12 467 -3 3 -6 -14 -20 -20 -24 -25
1-12 2.497 6 50 53 54 46 38 18 5
Dixie 1-6 790 -4 -5 -7 -13 -8 -25 -16 -16
7-9 343 -3. -7 -14 -16 -19 -20 -23 -25
10-12 215 -7 -12 -9 -11 -12 -10 -11 -13
1-12 1.348 -14 -24 -30 -40 -39 -55 -50 -54
Duval (2) 1-6 66,769 8 -1 -75 -195 -238 -366 -416 -614
7-9 28,081 -19 -120. -272 -429 -527 -625 -737 -893
10-12 21,014 -129 -356 -640 -835 -1,003 -1,140 -1,269 -1,385
S 1-12 115.864 -140 -477 -987 -1.459 -1.768 -2.131 -2.422 -2,892
Escambia (3) 1-6 25,342 -6 -11 -21 -37 -87 -95 -102 -199
7-9 11,197 -11 -7 -16 -78 -101 -140 -179 -278
10-12 8,463' -25 -73 -169 -281 -327 -415 -471 -531
1-12 45,002 -42 -91 -206 -396 -515 -650 -752 -1.008
(1) Includes first 9 months for Nova School, disregards 10th and llth months.


(2) Excludes Technical-Vocational School and


Stanton Vocational School


(3) Excludes Adult Vocational School and Washington Vocational School







TABLE 3 (Contd.)

END OF MONTH MEMBERSHIP 1964-65


Membership
Grade End of Net Change in Membership from First Month, 1964-65
County Group First Month
1964-65 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th


Flagler 1-6 772 -6 3 -19 -24 -27 -19 -20 -23
7-9 285 4 1 -6 -3 -5 -3 -7 -7
10-12 182 -5 -4 -7 -7 -4 -10 -10
1-12 1,239 -2 -1 -29 -34 -39 -26 -37 -40
Franklin 1-6 954 -1 1 9 5 -6 3 4 -15
7-9 366 -7 -12 -4 -8 -8 -5 -11
10-12 232 -3 -9 -7 -7 -12 -13 -12 -16
1-12 1.552 -11 -20 2 -6 -26 -18 -13 -42


Gadsden


Gilchrist


Glades


Gulf


Hamilton


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


6,411
2,452
1,728
10,591
449
220
151
820
448
170
129
747
1,611
638
517
2,766
1,236
567
411
2.214


105
-24
-53
28
-31
-8

-39
42
-2
7
47
31
3
-5
29
-17
-19
-11
-47


29
1
-9
-5
-13
-7
-9

-16


91
-28
-62
.1
-29
-9

-38
61
-15
5
51
26
3
-2
27
-10
-19
-13
-42


86
-42
-75
-31
-25
-6
-1
-32
56
-16
2
42
22
-3
-5
14
-13
-20
-14
-47


67
-57
-82
-72
-22
-5

-27
55
-15
2
42
18
1
-6
13
-4
-22
-17
-43


45
-62
-88
-105
-23
-7

-30
46
-17
1
30
20
-4
-8
8
-11
-26
-19
-56


I


---


-------~-










Hardee


Hendry



Hernando



Highlands


SHillsborough


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


1,596
706
535
2.837
1,439
588
432
2.459
1,636
722
522
2.880
3,083
1,247
994
5,324
50,907
22,914
17,847
91.668
1,442
772
621
2.835


51

-3
48
28
3
-2
29
2
-1
-12
-11
59
16
-2
73
175
25
-84
116
-3
1
-7
-9


148
14
-2
160
64
8
-7
65
8
2
-18
-8
143
49
12
204
454
56
-191
319
-31
-13
-13
-57


190
22
-9
203
82
16
-9
89
31
5
-25
11
195
55
4
254
615
112
-325
402
-28
-18
-19
-65


204
8
-13
199
101
15
-18
98
50
5
-28
27
204
62
-4
262
773
96
-471
398
-32
-12
-18
-62


210
-1
-18
191
92
14
-18
88
39
3
-37
5
190
54
-13
231
907
18
-619
306
-29
-17
-22
-6R


229
-6
-25
198
96
18
-23
91
31
-10
-40
-19
179
34
-27
186
868
-72
-741
55
-25
-19
-22
-66


219
-12
-29
178
104
4
-28
80
13
-14
-46
-47
168
24
-36
156
594
-179
-859
-444
-21
-22
-25
-F%


137
-30
-30
77
80
-11
-30
39
-11
-18
-44
-73
136
20
-38
118
161
-428
-972
-1.239
-19
-29
-30
-7R


Indian River 1-6 4,032 3 35 61 77 64 46 50 31
7-9 1,649 14 20 24 13 -15 -24 -33 -43
10-12 1,122 -9 -15 -31 -40 -43 -48 -51
1-12 6,803 17 46 70 59 9 -21 -31 -63
Jackson 1-6 4,791 8 13 8 10 5 -7 -14 -19
7-9 2,300 7 11 6 -5 -19 -41 -42 -39
10-12 1,783 4 -8 -22 -43 -52 -67 -70 -85
1-12 8.874 19 16 -8 -38 -66 -115 -126 -143
Jefferson 1-6 1,618 -7 -8 -15 -17 -18 -18 -23
7-9 713 9 -3 -2 -21 -25 -27 -25 -29
10-12 466 2 1 -2 -6 -7 -9 -13 -15
1-12 2,797 11 -9 -12 -42 -49 -54 -56 -67
Lafayette 1-6 363 -3 9 13 10 15 20 20
7-9 172 -1 -1 3 4 3 4 4 5
10-12 142 -4 -4 -4 -3 -4 -4 -4 -4
1-12 677 -8 -5 8 14 9 15 20 21


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TABLE 3 (Contd.)


END OF MONTH MEMBERSHIP 1964-65


Membership Net Change in Membership from.First Month, 1964-65
Grade End of
County Group First Month
1964-65 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th


Lake 1-6 7,494 73 176 240 291 314 315 292 244
7-9 3,260 17 32 37 50 48 40 13 -14
10-12 2,230 -5 -6 -27 -42 -55 -71 -89 -102
1-12 12,984 85 202 250 299 307 284 216 128
Lee 1-6 7,917 103 144 321 347 382 347 296 210
7-9 3,413 9 19 40 49 35 8 -28 -65
10-12 2,724 -6 1 11 7 -16 -37 -50 -61
1-12 14,054 106 164 372 403 401 318 218 84
Leon (4) 1-6 10,322 11 -13 -21 -12 -4 -18 -50 -112
7-9 4,244 7 -11 -16 -20 -38 -48 -62 -99


Levy



Liberty



Madison



Manatee



Marion


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


3,188
17.764
1,539
704
533
2,776
493
198
136
827
2,219
1,063
737
4,019
7,518
3,573
2,918
14,009
7,841
3,686
2,911
14.438


-12
-36
11
-1

10
-2
-4
3
-3
-32
-7
-8
-47
171
48
-15
204
31
-6
-13
12


-30
-67
15
-5
-5
5


-4
2
-2
-44
-21
-6
-71
301
69
-34
336
71
-11
-23
37


-27
-59
16
-3
-11
2
4
-3
1
2
-47
-19
-14
-80
330
73
-69
334
78
-25
-66
-13


-63
-105
9
-4
-22
-17
5


-1
4
-120
-24
-25
-169
368
55
-95
328
151
-37
-86
28


-69
-135
13
-7
-27
-21

-1
-4
-5
-75
-29
-37
-141
321
25
-109
237
154
-50
-101
3


-24
-136
23
-9
-28
-14
-5
-7
-4
-16
-68
-34
-36
-138
296
-5
-129
162
159
-58
-121
-20


-95
-306
13
-8
-30
-25
-9
-9
-4
-22
-69
-44
-38
-151
214
-31
-142
41
125
-82
-135
-92


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Martin 1-6 2,573 61 53 118 154 179 149 119 78
7-9 1,050 2 -2 8 10 7 -5 -18 -31
10-12 659 -3 -5 -5 -9 -12 -24 -31 -36
1-12 4.282 60 46 121 155 174 120 70 11
Monroe 1-6 5,152 17 45 93 115 111 62 -8 -73
7-9 2,016 7 3 15 17 -4 -20 -40 -65
10-12 1,415 -18 -26 -14 -15 -25 -37 -42 -47
1-12 8,583 6 22 94 117 82 5 -90 -185
Nassau 1-6 2,988 -15 15 11 7 -8 -7 -4 -6
7-9 1,300 -3 -10 -12 -22 -32 -36 -42 -43
10-12 874 -10 -18 -21 -32 -35 -36 -37 -38
1-12 5,162 -28 -13 -22 -47 -75 -79 -83 -87
Okaloosa (5) 1-6 11,562 48 39 30 51 115 81 89 -58
7-9 3,983 13 28 17 21 12 -5 -15 -64
10-12 2,987 -28 -45 -85 -115 -153 -171 -174 -201
1-12 18.532 33 22 -38 -43 -26 -95 -100 -323
Okeechobee 1-6 1,310 27 59 78 100 100 97 113 99
7-9 504 5 1 8 9 14 10 13 5
10-12 390 -1 -1 4 1 -3 -2 -7
1-12 2,204 32 59 85 113 115 104 124 97
Orange (6) 1-6 37,764 174 331 515 591 679 604 403 27
7-9 16,196 45 116 158 136 149 53 -50 -213
10-12 13,118 -64 -137 -256 -337 -428 -538 -604 -682
1-12 67,078 155 310 417 390 400 119 -251 -868
Osceola 1-6 2,409 10 29 47 48 45 50 40 20
7-9 1,032 1 -13 -12 -12 -11 -19 -27 -32
10-12 836 -3 -11 -19 -31 -36 -38 -42 -45
1-12 4.277 8 5 16 5 -2 -7 -29 -57
Palm Beach 1-6 29,599 794 1,474 1,917 2,059 2,086 1,720 1,317 763
7-9 13,154 146 298 368 346 330 202 104 -22
10-12 9,837 10 -6 -17 -106 -174 -267 -333 -381
1-12 52,590 950 1,766 2.268 2.299 2.242 1.655 1.088 360
Pasco 1-6 4,186 21 75 174 204 254 241 191 137
7-9 1,965 -1 -1 3 8 19 8 -16 -43
10-12 1,438 -18 -28 -40 -44 -56 -75 -85 -98
1-12 7,589 2 46 137 168 217 174 90 -4
Pinellas 1-6 34,491 95 179 344 438 522 535 420 220
7-9 16,855 17 5 16 -4 -24 -63 -127 -240
10-12 14,939 -80 -168 -264 -394 -497 -662 -779 -872
1-12 66,285 32 16 96 40 1 -190 -486 -892
(4) Excludes the University School at FSU, which is on a trimester schedule, Lively Technical, and Lincoln Vocational.


(0)
(6)


Excludes Okaloosa Vocational.
Excludes Orange County Vocational.







TABLE 3 (Contd.)


END OF MONTH MEMBERSHIP 1964-65


Membership :Net Change in Membership from First Month, 1964-65
Grade End of
County Group First Month
1964-65 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th


Polk 1-6 26,574 259 913 1,177 1,397 1,545 1,470 1,311 1,116
7-9 11,756 56 231 251 241 228 181 126 48
10-12 8,841 -29 -36 -106 -181 -256 -312 -381 -433
1-12 47.171 286 1.108 1.322 1,457 1.517 1,339 1.056 731
Putnam 1-6 4,847 10 107 159 142 157 148 154 125
7-9 2,164 5 25 32 13 11 16 4 -15
10-12 1,524 5 -,2 -13 -24 -39 -59 -65 -77
1-12 8.535 20 134 178 131 129 105 93 33
St. Johns 1-6 3,592 19 62 67 63 62 56 64 39
7-9 1,595 6 11 13 7 3 -8 -21 -31
10-12 1,143 -2 -4 -6 -22 -41 -49 -53 -57
1-12 6,330 23 69 74 48 24 -1 -10 -49
St. Lucie 1-6 5,954 65 173 215 225 241 219 206 156
7-9 2,371 2 16 23 23 9 -10 -36 -44
10-12 1,671 -1 -1 -5 -28 -38 -57 -66 -72
1-12 9,996 66 188 233 229 212 152 104 40
Santa Rosa 1-6 4,706 -13 -8 -3 -14 -24 -13 -26 -65
7-9 1,694 -18 -21 -26 -29 -37 -44 -59 -73
10-12 1,243 -10 -28 -36 -39 -60 -63 -79 -82
1-12 7,643 -41 -57 -65 -82 -121 -120 -164 -220
Sarasota 1-6 7,951 102 127 265 325 322 280 257 128
7-9 3,945 4 25 46 47 30 3 -19 -48
10-12 3,442 -13 -38 -64 -111 -122 -146 -159 -175
1-12 15.338 93 114 247 261 230 137 79 -95
Seminole 1-6 8,996 31 168 195 232 268 253 263 217
7-9 3,793 29 74 74 81 76 61 34 1
10-12 2,488 -3 3 -3 -9 -27 -44 -64 -90
1-12 15.277 57 245 266 304 317 270 233 128
Sumter 1-6 1,820 14 32 34 33 74 88 96 82
7-9 864 4 -6 -9 -15 -8 -4 -1 -12
10-12 601 -10 -14 -15 -22 -31 -34 -33 -33
1-12 3,285. 8 12 10 ,-4 35 50 62 37









Suwannee 1-6 2,209 -4 -18 -44 -47 -47 -52 -47 -47
7-9 1,110 -3 1 -13 -13 -16 -20 -21 -22
10-12 839 -6 -11 -12 -24 -27 -33 -36 -36
1-12 4.158 -13 -28 -69 -84 -90 -105 -104 -105
Taylor 1-6 2,243 -12 -9 -8 -17 -25 -19 -8 -26
7-9 972 -6 -13 -12 -15 -19 -35 -40 -50
10-12 626 -8 -15 -16 -19 -20 -31 -31 -30
1-12 3.841 -26 -37 -36 -51 -64 -85 -79 -106
Union 1-6 693 3 10 21 23 29 23 23 16
7-9 308 3 4 3 2 4 1 -
10-12 203 -3 -4 -4 -8 -9 -11 -13 -15
1-12 1,204 3 10 20 17 24 13 10 1
Volusia (7) 1-6 15,422 2 17 83 153 149 154 136 25
7-9 7,128 -1 -6 2 -5 -24 -43 -82 -138
10-12 5,489 -40 -64 -92 -123 -168 -212 -267 -301
1-12 28.039 -39 -53 -7 25 -43 -101 -213 -414
Wakulla 1-6 828 -18 -5 -8 -14 -8 -8 -4 -7
7-9 349 1 2 -4 -9 -13 -20
10-12 243 -1 1 -8 -9 -9 -13 -12
1-12 1,420 -18 -5 -5 -22 -21 -26 -30 -39
Walton 1-6 2,302 -15 -22 -34 -36 -43 -42 -50 -51
7-9 1,131 -14 -17 -21 -18 -22 -30 -37 -44
10-12 794 -4 -7 -11 -21 -23 -28 -32 -36
1-12 4,227 -33 -46 -66 -75 -88 -100 -119 -131
Washington 1-6 1,704 15 18 4 -6 -15 -15 -9 -13
7-9 839 -3 -10 -13 -15 -23 -20 -23 -30
10-12 674 7 5 -3 -4 -8 -17 -17 -22
1-12 3,217 19 13 -12 -25 -46 -52 -49 -65
1-6 659,828 3,530 7,557 11,560 13,397 14,314 13,112 10,686 5,118
STATE TOTAL 7-9 290,483 539 1,063 1,364 946 348 -982 -2,428 -4,678
10-12 225,518 -1,041 -2,247 -3,743 -5,548 -7,228 -9,013 -10,414 -11,688
1-12 1,175,829 3,028 6,373 9,181 8,795 7,434 3,117 -2,156 -11,248

(7) Excludes Mary Karl Vocational and Volusia County Vocational.






TABLE 4


MISCELLANEOUS MEMBERSHIP DATA
Grades 1-12

Change in Membership* Average Daily Membership

End of Year 1963-64 End of First Month Change in
County to End of First 1963-64 to End of 1963-64 1964-65 ADM 1963-64
Month 1964-65 First Month 1964-65 to 1964-65
I II III IV V

Alachua 922 687 17,919 18,568 649
Baker 77 78 2,056 2,120 64
Bay 640 246 15,643 15,959 316
Bradford -(9) -(53) 3,619 3,578 -(41)
Brevard 5,150 6.414 39.873 45 815 5,942
Prad 4,649 4,776 77,417 82,183 4,766
Calhoun 63 12 1,929 1,947 18
Car1ct. 96 72 2,548 2,605 57
Citrus 131 98 2,391 2,546 155
Clay 380 390 5.118 5.517 399
Collier 423 515 4,375 4,963 588
Columbia 136 159 5,846 5,912 66
Dade 7,088 3,476 192,451 196,449 3,998
De Soto 50 9 2,497 2,522 25
Dixie 25 19 1.332 1.314 -(18)
Duval 3,729 1,054 113,679 115,315 1,636
Escambia 1,773 835 43,747 44,596 849
Flagler 92 67 1,162 1,216 54
Franklin 73 -(18) 1,527 1,536 9
Gadsden 259 115 10.392 10.541 149
Gilchrist -(3) -(15) 831 795 -(36)
Glades -(27) 46 755 781 26
Gulf 82 -(2) 2,730 2,766 36
Hamilton 56 26 2,178 2,178
Hardee -(77) -(29) 2,956 2,960 4
Hendry 43 90 2,440 2,518 78
Hernando 163 119 2,760 2,868 108
Highlands 57 165 5,283 5,470 187
Hillsborough 3,594 2,548 88,963 91,608 2,645
Holmes 54 -(56) 2,836 2,783 -(53)









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 48,089 39,159 1,140,947 1,179,914 38,967T-


* Excludes vocational schools in Duval,
University School in Leon County.


Escambia, Leon, Okaloosa, Orange, and.Volusia Counties and the


340
28
43
-(19)
171
605
859
70
9
53
183
475
227
468
222
2,159
24
2,812
97
1,807
298
2,610
596
236
140
370
361
291
790
-(5)
58
227
25
1,528
64
108
70


348
-(179)
-(10)
-(19)
143
516
648
4
-(35)
-(89)
267
383
231
248
109
2,235
-(23)
2,595
93
2.707
257
2,164
715
311
110


585
233
226
865
-(17)
-(43)
57
38
1,438
2
101
102


6,478
8,962
2,781
697
12,908
13,660
18,033
2,732
830
4.028
13,917
14,054
4,093
8,323
4,992
16,287
2,224
64,836
4,214
51,393
7,395
64,598
46,911
8,269
6 266


9,634
7,360
15,200
14,585
3,307
4,144
3,700
1,167
27,084
1,388
4,112
3 132


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6,807
8,814
2,756
683
13.159
14,254
18,604
2,763
823
3.928
14,181
14,409
4,356
8,578
5.113
18,475
2,274
67,195
4,269
53,849
7,666
66,074
48,051
8,607
6.347
10,097
7,553
15,438
15,458
3,299
4,083
3,786
1,212
28,291
1,399
4,156
3.178


329
-(148)
-(25)
-(14)
251
594
571
31
-(7)
-(100)
264
355
263
255
121
2,188
50
2,359
55
2,456
271
1,476
1,140
338
81
463
193
238
873
-(8)
-(61)
86
45
1,207
11
44
46


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TABLE 5


PERCENT OF CHANGE IN MEMBERSHIP BETWEEN
FIRST MONTH AND CLOSE OF SCHOOL 1964-65


Grade Group


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


Alachua .08% -1.84% -6.14% -1.53%
Baker 2.90 -1.60 -8.31 -.19
Bay -.17 -3.62 -5.21 -1.99
Bradford .25 -.45 -4.08 -.78
Brevard 1.34 -.02 -3.22 .17
Broward 1.57 -.79 -4.85 -.28
Calhoun -5.66 -3.48 -2.09
Charlotte 1.73 -2.29 -4.73 -.66
Citrus 5.91 .16 -4.03 2.36
Clay 2.29 -.70 -5.83 .16
Collier 4.30 -2.46 -3.80 1.20
Columbia 1.31 -4.53 -5.74 -1.55
Dade .40 -1.28 -5.37 -1.17
De Soto 1.62 1.15 -5.35 .20
Dixie -2.03 -7.29 -6.05 -4.01
Duval -.92 -3.18 -6.59 -2.50
Escambia -.79 -2.48 -6.63 -2.24
Flagler -2.98 -2.46 -5.49 -3.23
Franklin -1.57 -3.01 -6.90 -2.71
Gadsden .70 -2.53 -5.09 -.99
Gilchrist -5.12 -3.18 -3.66
Glades 10.27 -10.00 .78 4.02
Gulf 1.24 -.63 -1.55 .29
Hamilton -.89 -4.59 -4.62 -2.53
Hardee 8.58 -4.25 -5.61 2.71
Hendry 5.56 -1.87 -6.94 1.59
Hernando -.67 -2.49 -8.43 -2.53
Highlands 4.41 1.60 -3.82 2.22
Hillsborough .32 -1.87 -5.45 -1.35
Holmes -1.32 -3.76 -4.83 -2.75









Indian River .77 -2.61 -4.55 -.93
Jackson -.40 -1.70 -4.77 -1.61
Jefferson -1.42 -4.07 -3.22 -2.40
Lafayette 5.51 2.91 -2.82 3.10
Lake 3.26 -.43 -4.57 .99
Lee 2.65 -1.90 -2.24 .60
Leon -1.08 -2.33 -2.98 -1.72
Levy .84 -1.14 -5.63 -.90
Liberty -1.83 -4.55 -2.94 -2.66
Madison -3.11 -4.14 -5.16 -3.76
Manatee 2.85 -.87 -4.87 .29
Marion 1.59 -2.22 -4.64 -.64
Martin 3.03 -2.95 -5.46 .26
Monroe -1.42 -3.22 -3.32 -2.16
Nassau -.20 -3.31 -4.35 -1.69
Okaloosa -.50 -1.61 -6.73 -1.74
Okeechobee 7.56 .99 -1.79 4.40
Orange .07 -1.32 -5.20 -1.29
Osceola .83 -3.10 -5.38 -1.33
Palm Beach 2.58 -.27 -3.87 .68
Pasco 3.27 -2.19 -6.82 -.05
Pinellas .64 -1.42 -5.84 -1.35
Polk 4.20 .41 -4.90 1.55
Putnam 2.58 -.69 -5.05 .39
St. Johns 1.09 -1.94 -4.99 -.78
St. Lucie 2.62 -1.86 -4.31 .40
Santa Rosa -1.38 -4.31 -6.60 -2.88
Sarasota 1.61 -1.22 -5.08 -.62
Seminole 2.41 .03 -3.62 .84
Sumter 4.51 -1.39 -5.49 1.13
Suwannee -2.13 -1.98 -4.29 -2.53
Taylor -1.16 -5.14 -4.79 -2.76
Union 2.31 -7.39 .08
Volusia .16 -1.94 -5.48 -1.48
Wakulla -.86 -5.73 -4.94 -2.75
Walton -2.22 -3.89 -4.53 -3.10
Washington -.76 -3.58 -3.26 -2.02

STATE TOTAL .78% -1.61% -5.18% -.96%