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Title: Analysis of membership at the close of each month of school
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REPORT 77


REPORT


BUREAU OF RESEARCH


Analysis of Membership
at the


Close of Each Month of School


1968-609


December 1969


DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA
PLOYD T. CHRISTIAN, COMMISSIONER


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Research Report 77 is a revision of Research
Report 68 prepared by the Bureau of Research
of the Department of Education.
















ANALYSIS OF MEMBERSHIP AT THE CLOSE
OF EACH MONTH OF SCHOOL, 1968-69


The data included in this report are compiled from Item 30, "Member-
ship at Close of Each Month of School," Principal's Annual Report on
Attendance, Form At-14p, submitted to the Department of Education at the
close of the 1968-69 school year. Data pertaining to adult and vocational
schools are included with the tabulations in this report.

This is the twelfth year for which the Bureau of Research has made a
complete tabulation of monthly membership figures. Research Report 77 is
a statistical study prepared in an effort to establish long range growth
patterns of value for educational planning purposes.

Table 1 shows, for a ten 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 district for the 1968-69
school year. This membership change is given by grade group 1-6, 7-9, 10-12,
as well as for the district as a whole. The numbers shown in this table for
each month should be related back to the membership shown for the first month.


PEAK MONTH

Traditionally, the membership pattern in Florida schools has been thought
of as a horseshoe shaped curve, rising sharply during the winter months and
then dropping back toward the end of school. There has been a tendency for
the peak membership period to level out, or more nearly approach the beginning
membership. Of course, some districts still experience peak months that are
substantially above the beginning and ending months. A study of Table 3 will
emphasize the difference membership patterns.








Increase Peak Month
Over First Month

24,007
17,038
15,175
13,493
14,991
7,260
9,922
9,181
8,399
10,123
12,432
10,392


Percent Increase
Peak Month Over
First Month

3.04%
1.99
1.65
1.38
1.46
.67
.87
.78
.79
.81
.96
.78


The peak month for 1968-69 was the fourth month. An interesting
feature of the state-wide peak month figures above is that since 1959-60
there has been a three-year cycle in recurrence of the 4th and 5th months
as peak month. Beginning in 1959, peak months have been 5th, 5th, 5th,
4th, 4th, 4th, 5th, 5th, 5th, and 4th in 1968-69. There is considerable
variation among the districts as to the month in which maximum membership
is reached. This variation is shown below. The number in parentheses
indicates the peak month for the previous year. For example, Bay County
reached its peak membership at the first month of 1968-69 and in the first
month of 1967-68.


Peak Month

First





Second


Third

Fourth


Fifth



Sixth


Seventh


Eighth


Ninth


*Peak Membership


Districts

Baker (3), Bay (1), Dixie (2), Duval (1), Escambia (1),
Franklin (1), Gadsden (3), Hamilton (2), Holmes (2),
Jackson (2), Lafayette (1), Levy (3, 4), Liberty (4),
Okaloosa (5), Santa Rosa (1, 2), Taylor (1), Volusia (1),
Wakulla (1), Walton (7).

Alachua (3), Brevard (5), Calhoun (4), Flagler (7),
Gilchrist (2), Gulf (2), Leon (2).

Jefferson (2), Madison (1), Sumter (4), Suwannee (1).

Hendry (6), Hillsborough (5), Indian River (5), Manatee (5),
Okeechobee (7), Pinellas (5), St. Johns (4), St. Lucie (5),
Union (2).

Broward (5), Dade (5), De Soto (8), Lake (5), Marion(6),
Monroe (5), Osceola (5), Palm Beach (5), Pasco (5), Polk (5),
Putnam (4), Sarasota (5).

Charlotte (6), Clay (5), Collier (5), Columbia (3), Hardee (5).
Highlands (5), Lee (4), Martin (6), Orange (6), Washington* (1).

Bradford (7), Glades (8), Hernando (5), Nassau (1), Seminole (3),
Washington (1)

Citrus (4).


None.


occurred in two separate months.
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1957-58
1958-59
1959-60
1960-61
1961-62
1962-63
1963-64
1964-65
1965-66
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69







MEMBERSHIP CHANGE

Twenty-three districts showed a gain in total membership between the
end of the first month and the close of school in 1968-69, At the elemen-
tary level forty-five districts showed a gain. Fifteen districts showed
some net increase at the end of the year at the junior high level. Two
districts, Hernando and Lafayette, had a net increase at the senior high
level.


Membership change from
end of first month to
close of school

5,048
-1,246
-4,204
-5,506
344
-11,954
-8,930
-11,248
-10,327
-8,161
-12,752
-9,889


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

.64
-(.15)
-(.46)
-(.56)
.03
-(1.10)
-(.79)
-(.96)
-(.85)
-(.65)
-(.99)
-(.75)


As shown above, the net membership loss during the year for the
state as a whole was 9,889 pupils. This net is a little misleading inasmuch
as part of the junior-senior high school loss was offset by a gain in grades
1-6. From the first month of school to the close of school:


Grades
Grades
Grades
Grades


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


gained
lost
lost
lost


10,717
3,305
17,301
9,889


pupils
pupils
pupils
pupils


( 1.49
( -.97
(-6.49
( -.75


percent)
percent)
percent)
percent)


LAST MONTH OF SCHOOL


The greatest net change in total membership comes during the last month
of school each year--between the end of the eighth month and the close of the
school year. For the 1968-69 school year the membership for grades 1-6 and
7-9 also experienced the greatest change during the last month of school.
The greatest change in 10-12 occurred between the sixth and seventh month
with a drop of 2,578 students.

Net Loss During Last Month of School


1-6


1963-64
1964-65
1965-66
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69


4,624
5,568
5,233
5,444
6,571
6,017


7-9

1,690
2,250
2,029
2,065
2,358
2,493


10-12

1,042
1,274
1,304
1,531
1,609
1,903


1-12

7,356
9,092
8,566
9,040
10,538
10,413


1957-58
1958-59
1959-60
1960-61
1961-62
1962-63
1963-64
1964-65
1965-66
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69







The exact cause of this ninth month drop has not been identified
positively. In tourist districts one explanation is that it is due to
winter residents withdrawing pupils in order to return to other states.
Decreasing winter farm activity late in the school year may be a partial
explanation in districts with a large number of migratory farm workers.
Early vacations may be a factor. It appears that the pupils withdrawing
during the last month of school are distributed 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 districts 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 districts where the elementary school membership increases or
holds reasonably stable, but junior and senior high school membership de-
creases 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.

DISTRICT STUDY NEEDED

Each district 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
district as well as good to the pupils who otherwise might be lost to the
school situation.

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


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A number of districts experience peak membership at all levels early
in the school year. In such districts 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 little constructive action can be taken. On
the other hand, if the district 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 1967-68 school year to the first month of the 1968-69 year.
State-wide, there were 48,665 more pupils on the active roll at the end of
the first month of 1968-69 than were on the roll when school closed in 1967-68.

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 1967-68 year to the first month of the 1968-69 year, there was an increase
of 35,913 pupils.

Column III gives the average daily membership for 1967-68 and Column IV
gives the average daily membership for 1968-69. Column V is the difference
between Column III and Column IV, or the change in average daily membership.
Sixteen districts had a lower average daily membership in 1968-69 than in
1967-68.


PERCENT OF MEMBERSHIP CHANGE DURING 1968-69

Table 5 gives the percent of change in membership by grade group between
the end of the first month and the close of the 1968-69 school year for each
district. It is the percent of gain or loss in membership during the year.
Overall, there was a net decrease of .75 percent. Grades 1-6 showed a gain
of 1.49 percent as compared to a net loss of .97 percent in grades 7-9 and
a net loss of 6.40 percent in grades 10-12.


UNIVERSITY DEMONSTRATION SCHOOLS

Membership data for university demonstration schools are not included
in any of the regular tables or summaries in this report. The excluded
schools and membership data for these schools follow immediately.








LABORATORY SCHOOLS


Membership
Peak Change First Net Loss
Enrollment Month to Last Percent During Last
Month Month Change Month

P. K. Yonge Univ. of Fla. 1st -14 1.65% 2
University School F.S.U. 7th* 17 2.04 37*
A. & M. High School Fla. A. & M. 1st -17 -1.87 2
A. D. Henderson Fla. Atlantic 7th 0 0.0 0

*Due to influx of legislators' families during 7th month and exodus
of same during 9th month.



END OF MONTH MEMBERSHIP 1968-69

Net Change From First Month 1968-69
Grade Membership
Group First Month 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th

P. K. Yonge 1-6 365 -5 -4 -5 -5 -6 -7 -9 -11
7-9 211 -1 -1 0 -1 -1 -2 -2 -2
10-12 273 +1 +2 +2 +2 +2 -1 -1 -1
1-12 849 -6 -3 -3 -4 -5 -10 -12 -14
University School 1-6 311 -1 -1 -1 -2 -1 +21 +21 -1
7-9 257 +1 +1 -2 -3 -4 +3 +4 -4
10-12 265 0 0 -1 -10 -11 -3 -5 -12
1-12 833 0 0 -4 -15 -16 +21 +20 -17
A. & M. High School 1-6 181 0 +1 -1 -1 -1 -3 -2 -4
7-9 105 +1 +1 +1 0 -1 -2 -2 -2
10-12 159 -4 -5 -5 -7 -7 -9 -11 -11
1-12 445 -3 -3 -4 -8 -9 -14 -15 -17
A. D. Henderson 1-6 155 0 0 0 0 0 0 -1 -1
7-9 74 0 0 0 -1 0 +1 +1 +1
10-12 -
1-12 229 0 0 0 -1 0 +1 0 0



CHANGE IN MEMBERSHIP

End of Year End of First AVERAGE DAILY MEMBERSHIP
1967-68 to Month 1967-68
End of First to End of First Change
Month 1968-69 Month 1968-69 1967-68 1968-69 in ADM
I II III IV V

P. K. Yonge -3 -3 845 843 -2
University School +13 0 817 827 +10
A. & M. High School +46 +42 401 436 +35
A. D. Henderson 229
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TABLE I


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


Month 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63


1963-64 1964-65


1965-66 1966-67 1967-68


(1,025,055)
4,340
10,345
12,993
14,991
14,169
13,472
9,110
344


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


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


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


(1,210,031)
2,066
6,479
8,334
8,399
6,754
3,168
-1,761
-10,327


(1,247,285)
2,601
7,206
9,495
10,123
9,087
5,664
879
-8,161


(1,290,593)
3,884
8,756
11,007
12,432
8,211
3,322
-2,211
-12,752


(1,326,506)
3,846
7,499
10,392
10,089
8,615
5,352
524
-9,889


TABLE 2


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

Month 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 1965-66 1966-67 1967-68 1968-69


100.00%
100.43
101.05
101.53
101.65
101.53
101.08
100.44
99.54


100.00%
100.37
100.92
101.26
101.38
101.26
100.86
100.29
99.44


100.00%
100.42
101,01
101.27
101.46
101.38
101.31
100.89
100.03


100.00%
100.26
100.61
100.67
100.62
100.50
100.12
99.61
98.90


100.00%
100.31
100.63
100.87
100.81
100.64
100.28
99.86
99.21


100.00%
100.26
100.54
100.78
100.75
100.63
100.27
99.82
99.04


100.00%
100.17
100.54
100.69
100.69
100.56
100.26
99.85
99.15


100.00%
100.21
100.58
100.76
100.81
100.73
100.45
100.07
99.35


100.00%
100.30
100.68
100.85
100.96
100.64
100.26
99.83
99.01


100.00%
100.29
100.57
100.78
100.76
100.65
100.40
100.04
99.25


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


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


1968-69








TABLE 3


END OF MONTH. MEMBERSHIP 1968-69


MEMBERSHIP ---- NET CHANGE IN MEMBERSHIP FROM FIRST MONTH# 1968-69 ----
GRADE END OF
COUNTY- GROUP FIRST MONTH 2ND 3RD 4TH 5TH 6TH 7TH 8TH 9TH

ALACHUA 1-6 11.440 13 -01 -06 -06 -05 -02 -13 -34
7-9 5,057 11 05 -19 -30 -31 -43 -55 -77
10-12 3,861 -04 -26 -60 -98 -96 -129 -150 -158
1-12 20*358 20 -22 -85 -134 -132 -174 -218 -269
BAKER 1-6 1*275 -11 -20 -31 -22 -10 -12 -17 -20
7-9 613 -05 -12 -16 -24 -20 -23 -22 -20
10-12 452 -05 -08 -09 -09 -09 -13 -14 15
1-12 2t340 -21 -40 -56 -55 -39 -48 -53 -55
BAY 1-6 9 127 -103 -147 -163 -183 -162 -166 -142 -206
7-9 4,719 -06 -23 -87 -106 -112 -149 -169 -235
10- 12 3,293 -14 -45 -92 -116 -153 -188 -210 -223
1-12 179139 -123 -215 -342 -405 -427 -503 -521 -664
BRAOFORD (1) 1-6 1,894 11 17 22 34 40 58 09 -06
7-9 903 08 04 07 08 13 12 09 08
10-12 779 -05 -09 -14 -10 -16 -26 -31 -33
1-12 3,576 14 12 15 32 37 44 -13 -31
BREVARO 1-6 33.881 87 -10 03 -129 -169 -197 -278 -699
7-9 15,752 -09 -20 -27 -98 -155 -213 -259 -413
10-12 12,748 -51 -274 -410 -494 -677 -861 -973 -1, 100
1-12 62.381 27 -304 -434 -721 -1,001 -1,271 -1,510 .-2,212
BROWARO 1-6 55 751 360 709 1,284 1,554 1,629 1,828 1,849 1,448
7-9 26,421 74 153 216 314 283 266 100 -86
10-12 20,906 -195 -389 -527 -660 -928 -1,221 -1*598 -19895
1-12 103.078 239 473 973 1,208 984 873 351 -533
CALHOUN 1-6 1,049 07 09 -08 -04 -09 -10 -17 -18
7-9 532 02 -06 -12 -14 -14 -10 -12 -17
S10-12 380 -02 -07 -09 -06 -08 -11 -14 -16
*-12 1,961 07 -04 -29 -24 -31 -31 -43 -51













CHARLOT



CITRUS



CLAY



COLLIER



COLUMN


DADE



DESOTO


DIX IE


re 1-6 1 503
7-9 883
10-12 684
1-12 39070
1-6 1 518
7-9 801
10-12 599
1-12 2,918
1-6 49405
7-9 1,991
10-12 19357
1- 12 7 753
1-6 3 797
7-9 1,590
10-12 1.169
1-12 6,556
A 1-6 3.482
7-9 1,696
10-12 1243
1-12 6.421
1-6 119,794
7-9 57,274
10-12 47,239
1-12 224,307
1-6 1 526
7-9 692
10-12 459
1-12 2677
1-6 7-95
7-9 401
10-L2 272
1-12 14-68
_____ 1-12 la468


28
06
-02
32
17
07
-04
20
27"
-04
-10
13
382
59
-12
429
13
02
-04
11
683
205
-450
438
-05
03


44
17
-01
60
22
05
-11
16
23
-12
-18

618
97
-01
714
33
09
-05
37
L 201.
376
-934
643
29
01


57
22
03
82
20
-08
-07
05
58
02
-27
33
720
130
-08
842
23
01
-17
07
2 9173
606
-1 t264
1 515
64
12


68
27
07-
102
13
01
-21
-07
74i
-11
-35
28
809
143
-=15
937
33
09
-23
19
2,737
623
-19827
1,533

08


85
32
03
120
35
-02
-25
08
93
-03
-35
55
830
152
-30
952
59
22
-21
60
3,099
552
-2 280
1,371
85
-02


86
28
-09
105
43
-06
-33
04
75
-16
-46
13
846
123
-41
928
-61
20
-26
55
3p150
503
-2,719
934
75
-11


94
19
-10
103
59
-01
-34
24
110
-16
-55
39
662
78
-60
680
59
14
-38
35
2Z998
297
-39 120
175
-16
-16


-=05 -15 -22 -23 -35 -38 -39 -43
-07 15 54 56 48 26 09 -05
-07 -03 -04 -00 -09 -17 -13 -17
-11 -14 -20 -18 -26 -26 -24 -28
-02 -04 -05 -08 -11 -13 -11 -14
-20 -21 -29 -26 -46 -56 -48 -59


(1) Includes firs 9 months for Nova School, disregards 10th and 11th months.


92
17
-11
98
55
-07
-3T
11
47
-48
-72
-73
179
-16
--75
88
49
10
-45
14
2, 174
45
-3, 05
-1,186
57
-.19


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TABLE 3 (Contd.)


END OF MONTH MEMBERSHIP 1968-69


MEMBERSHIP 9---- NET CHANGE IN MEMBERSHIP FROM FIRST MONTH, 1968-69 ---*
GRADE END OF
COUNTY GROUP FIRST MONTH 2ND 3RD 4TH 5TH 6TH 7TH 8TH 9TH

OUVAL 1-6 66*340 123 105 33 71 44 93 99 -223
7-9 30t914 01 -130 -136 -242 -321 -433 -497 -695
10-12 23,695 -129 -373 -584 -840 -1,060 -1,248 -1,435 -1, 592
1-12 120.949 -05 -398 -687 -1,011 -1,337 -1,588 -1,833 -2,510
ESCAMBIA 1-6 25,349 -55 -62 -20 -22 32 37 47 -118
7-9 12,-207 01 12 -19 -72 -125 -154 -205 -271
10-12 9,190 -41 -95 -189 -285 -334 -392 -475 -534
1-12 46,746 -95 -145 -228 -379 -427 -509 -633 -923
FLAGL ER 1-6 641 02 S01 -07 -03 -04 -05 02 -01
7-9 306 00 -02 -08 -09 -14 -18 -18 -20


FRANKLIN


GADSDEN


GILCHRIST


GLADES


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


187
1.134
97T
426
2.46
1,649
6.233
27-15
1,978
10,926
459
209
169
837
462
202

775


01
03
00
-15
-05
-20
06
-12
-07
-13
06
05
00
11
18
07
04
29


-04
-05
10o
-11
-05
-06
10
-18
-25
-33
02
02
-02
02
35-
12
01
48


-06
-21
1-4
-06
-10
-02
-08
-25
-34
-67
-03
-02
-06
-11
40
15
56
56


-Z
-12
-24
03
-13
-17
-27
-12
-46
-48
-82
03
-04
-11.
-12
38
09
04
51


-!
-13
-31
01
-16
-20
-35
-O+
-58
-63
-125
02
-03
-1Lr
-12
49
08
04
61


-1
-36
-oT
-20
-20
-47
-15
-73
-74
-162
-07
-03
-10
-20
55
11
O6
67


-L~
-31
-10
-21
-20
-51
-16
--=T^~
-83
-80
-179
04
01
-13
-08
52-
07
-02
57


I
-38
-----Z5
-25
-27
-22
--.2T
-74
-16
----1-6"
-95
-81
-192
06
-01
-13
-08
48
05
-02
51


~


~


~


~


~


~


~


~


~


--


--


--


--


~














GULF



HAMILTON



HARDER



HENRY


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


1,559
749
526
2,834
1,206
586
460
2.252
1.696
775
485
2.956
1*627
791


11
04
05
20
02
-01
-05
-04
203
32
03
238
170
17


08
02
04
14
-00
00
-07
-07
293
61
01
355
126
18


-15
-01
00
-16
18
-03
-12
03
349
68
03
420
166
16


-15
-09
-06
-30
23
-08
-20
-05
386
57
-08
435
150
10


-b
-16
-22
-11
-49
19
-05
-22
-08
385
59
00
444
163
05


-35
-28
-17
-80
15
-13
-30
-28
369
55
-07
417
146
-04


S10-12 429 04 -03 -10 -19 -16 -19 -22 -22
r- 12 2,847 87 141 172 141 152 123 86 15
HERNANOO 1-6 1.849 -03 26 23 32 59 86 84 81
7-9 832 02 10 05 06 08 23 18 18
10-12 601 O01 00 -04 -02 03 -01 01 02
1-12 3.282 -00 36 24 36 70 108 103 101
MIGHLANDS 1-6 3,224 107 144 214 255 276 265 240 198
7-9 1.479 30 56 70 66 76 68 48 26
10-12 1.111 15 17 02 06 -02 -15 -35 -3-
1-12 5,814 152 217 286 327 350 318 253 181
HILLSBOROUGH 1-6 53,641 214 478 741 936 1,135 1,072 1,004 741
7-9 259S87 102 122 196 189 137 02 -98 -228
10-12 19.990 -166 -399 -569 -758 -1,048 -1,342 -1,480 -1,642
1-12 99,618 150 201 368 367 224 -268 -574 -1, 129
HOLMES 1-6 1,312 -05 -12 -13 -04 -05 -04 11 11
7-9 701 -04 -06 -09 -16 -08 -18 -14 -19
10-1 522 ---01 -04 -10 -15 -13 -21 -23 -26
1-12 2,565 -10 -22 -32 -35 -26 -43 -26 -34


-46
-41
-21
-108
07
-13
-33
-39
333
43
-13
363
124
-16


-54
-44
-24
-122
13
-19
-39
-45
225
14
-22
217
67
-30


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TABLE 3 (Contd.)


END OF MONTH MEMBERSHIP 1968-69


MEMBERSHIP F---- NET CHANGE IN MEMBERSHIP FROM FIRST MONTH, 1968-69 -----
GRADE END OF
COUNTY GROUP FIRST MONTH 2ND 3RD 4TH 5TH 6TH 7TH 8TH 9TH
INDIAN RIVER 1-6 4,360 34 78 106 99 129 128 141 100
7-9 2,052 -01 01 39 33 26 23 17 -02
10-12 1,544 -11 -06 -09 -15 -22 -46 -65 -71
1-12 7,956 22 73 136 117 133 105 93 27
JACKSON 1-6 4,392 -13 -18 -00 -26 -15 -21 -39 -48
7-9 2.150 02 -10 -17 -29 -29 -39 -42 -51
10-12 1t653 -06 -13 -14 -17 -31 -47 -52 -55
1-12 8,195 -17 -41 -31 -72 -75 -107 -133 -154
JEFFERSON 1-6 1,526 -00 07 01 -14 -15 -12 -14 -15
7-9 692 -05 -02 -05 -14 -15 -13 -17 -21


LAFAYETTE


LAKE


LEE


LEON


10-12 504
1-12 2,722
1-6 355
7-9 196
10-12 140
1-12 691
1-6 17373
7-9 3,702
10-12 2, 608
1-12 13,683
1-6 9,746
7-9 4,477
10-12 3 5710
1-12 17*793
1-6 10 388
7-9 4v,858
10-12 3,880
1-12 19 126


-06
-11
-05
-02
05
-02
96
00
-12
84
109
23
-26
106
11
13
-12
12


-04
01
-05
-05
02
-08
189
-03
-27
159
297
50
-36
311
-OT
-07
-37
-37


-13
-17
-08
-04
02
-10
275
21
-35
261
471
91
-44
518
83
-04
-89
-10


-17
-45
-09
02
-19
325
27
-51
301
510
94
-8T
523
100
-03
-100
-03


-19
-49
-12
-09
02
-19
346
02
-80
268
590
101
-103
588
122
-08
-129
-15


-24
-49
-06
-09
02
-13
325
-13
-96
216
57T
89
-122
538
136
-31
-160
-55


-27
-58
-02
-09
03
-08
288
-34
-118
136
524
69
-138
455
D32
-28
-184
-84


-34
-70
-07
-09
03
-13
246
-62
-130
54
379
34
-166
247
70
-61
-222
-213


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-16
-04
-07
-27
-02
-03
00
-05
05
04
-02
07
162
40


-03
-01
-11
-15
-00
-05
00
-05
05
08
-04
09
230
58


-01
-07
-21
-29
-01
-06
-03
-10
07
08
-10
05
281
65


07
-09
-20
-22
-03
-12
-05
-20
13
-02
-19
-08
671
67


-03
-07
-28
-38
02
-09
-07
-14
17
-04
-23
-10
340
70


12
-15
-30
-33
-07T
-15
-07
-29
15
-13
-28
-26
358
58


16 08
-12 -16
-38 -38
-34 -46
-03 -03-
-15 -15
-07 -07
-25 -27
20 15
-16 -23
-32 -33
-28 -41
359 352
36 21


10-12 3,277 -16 -30 -59 -99 -136 -164 -192 -205
1-12 15,211 186 258 287 280 274 227 203 168
MARION 1-6 8 167 41 62 109 156 176 161 153 105
7-9 4,089 -07 05 30 42 29 31 13 00
10-12 3,374 -03 -16 -48 -67 -101 -125 -149 -168
1-12 15,630 31 51 91 131 104 67 17 -63
MART IN 1-6 2,779 23 75 124 155 213 196 154 113
7-9 1,25S -02 18 53 63 59 50 46 36
10-12 929 01 07 11 03 -08 -12 -16 -35-
1-12 4,967 22 100 188 221 264 234 184 114
MONROE 1-6 5 756 -01 08 -05 40 22 15 -54 -85
7-9 2,322 -06 -09 -15 -10 -30 -58 -79 -104
10-12 1,468 -11 -14 -20 -15 -15 -24 -30 --40
1-12 9,546 -18 -15 -40 15 -23 -67 -163 -229
NASSAU 1-6 3v035 -12 11 -03 01 17 44 39 227-
7-9 1. 468 -04 05 -03 -06 01 11 -04 -05
10-12 1049 04 -04 -10 -12 -13 -15 -20 -23
1-12 5,552 -12 12 -16 -17 05 40 15 -01


LEVY


LIBERTY


MADISON


MANAT EE


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


1,710
832
575
3.117
466
237
144
847
1,985
967
715
3,667
7,998
39936


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TABLE 3 (Contd.)


END OF MONTH MEMBERSHIP 1968-69


MEMBERSHIP 9---- NET CHANGE IN MEMBERSHIP FROM FIRST MONTH, 1968-69 -----
GRADE END OF
COUNTY. GROUP FIRST MONTH 2ND 3RD 4TH 5TH 6TH 7TH 8TH 9TH

OKALOOSA 1-6 14,130 20 59 25 23 08 -01 29 -297
7-9 5,799 -31 -15 -10 -31 -59 -58 -74 -192
10-12 3,867 -16 -56 -72 -102 -118 -166 -198 -233
1-12 23.796 -27 -12 -57 -110 -169 -225 -243 -722
OKEECHOBEE 1-6 1,517 67 112 139 94 147 142 125 73
7-9 682 23 24 14 04 -07 -24 -29 -40
10-12 399 -07 -16 -27 -28 -47 -54 -56 -64
1-12 2.598 83 120 126 70 93 64 40 -31
SORANGE 1-6 41,314 294 701 992 1,182 1,327 1,409 1.301 943
7-9 19,871 76 206 224 140 187 167 85 -56
10-12 15,567 -06 -108 -165 -289 -392 -498 -590 -717
1-12 76,752 364 799 1,051 1,033 1,122 1,078 796 170
C-SCEOLA 1-6 2,541 41 59 96 122 101 104 105 14
7-9 1.302 02 07 03 03 -06 -01 -05 -01
10-12 899 -13 -11 -24 -37 -39 -42 -53 -53
1-12 4,742 30 55 75 88 56 61 47 20
PALM BEACH 1-6 32,650 656 1,243 1,550 1,890 1,939 2,001 1,779 1,190
7-9 15,673 152 356 402 437 425 393 284 90
10-12 12,175 21 49 -27 -157 -267 -365 -472 -578
1-12 60,498 829 1,648 1,925 2,170 2,097 2,029 1.591 702
PASCO 1-6 5.163 57 163 284 427 436 446 405 3T4
7-9 2,625 -85 -77 -59 -50 -57 -80 -89 -126
10-12 1,718 -05 -15 -23 -31 -48 -65 -75 -88
1-12 9,506 -33 71 202 346 331 301 241 100
PINELLAS 1-6 38,655 220 339 580 683 785 904 922 738
7-9 19,747 100 105 187 178 188 118 96 -49
10-12 17,184 -207 -376 -483 -588 -727 -920 -1,106 -1,207
1-12 75,586 113 68 284 273 246 102 -88 -518













POLK 1-6 28,219 232 1,127 1,355 1,577 19635 1,563 1,401 1,175
7-9 13,336 74 346 379 382 343 225 154 39
10-12 10,110 -67 -64 -129 -249 -341 -437 -530 -565
1-12 51,665 239 1,409 1,605 1,710 1,637 1,351 1,025 649
PUTNAM 1-6 4,956 19 56 108 135 124 123 125 109
7-9 2,329 12 21 21 18 22 13 08 -06
10-12 1,826 -04 -14 -38 -55 -71 -89 -109 -125
1-12 9,111 27 63 91 98 75 47 24 -22
ST. JOHNS 1-6 3*613 20 103 133 113 91 89 88 69
7-9 1,710 -16 -07 -01 -15 -25 -41 -46 -58
10-12 1.202 -03 -23 -38 -48 -52 -59 -67 -72
__1-12 6525 01 73 94 50 14 -11 -25 -61
ST. LUCIE 1-6 6,254 89 251 272 274 315 301 306 257
7-9 2.706 02 29 37 30 08 02 -17 -48


SAN


lu-1A V'DU -U0
1-12 10,918 86
TA ROSA 1-6 5,078 -11
7-9 2,323 -02
10-12 1,286 -05
1-12 8,687 -18


-Zf
253
-36
-09
-12
-57


-z7
282
-21
-11
-28
-60


-49
255
-17
-12
-32
-61


-69
254
-37
-22
-45
-104


-83
220
-67
-33
-50
-isn


SARASOTA 1-6 8.917 103 99 238 250 278 279 266 223
7-9 4.566 15 22 59 88 77 44 29 -29
10-12 4 073 -14 -28 -51 -84 -115 -157 -195 -215
1-12 17,556 104 93 246 254 240 166 100 -21
SEMINOLE 1-6 9,623 83 253 337 384 447 498 533 430
7-9 4,627 30 85 116 124 121 107 77 57
10-12 3,166 -04 to 06 -30 -66 -86 -111 -137
1-12 17,416 109 348 459 478 502 519 499 350
SUMTER 1-6 1.828 03 22 31 30 17 34 57 1
7-9 874 -01 -02 -05 -11 -13 -21 -21 -17
10-12 672 03 00 -07 -11 -22 -28 -37 -42
1-12 3,374 05 20 19 08 -18 -15 -01 02
-- ----- ------- -- --


-104
185
-52
-35
-51
--IA8


-123
86
-57T-
-32
-55
-1.


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TABLE 3 (Contd.)

END OF MONTH MEMBERSHIP 1968-69


MEMBERSHIP V---- NET CHANGE IN MEMBERSHIP FROM FIRST MONTH, 1968-69 -----
GRADE END OF
COUNTY GROUP FIRST MONTH 2ND 3RD 4TH 5TH 6TH 7TH 8TH 9TH

SUWANNEE 1-6 2,085 -00 28 17 17 10 17 36 16
7-9 1,098 1.1 13 11 03 -01 -06 -09 -19
10-12 961 -11 -14 -26 -39 -43 -49 -53 -55
1-12 4 144 -00 27 02 -19 -34 -38 -26 -58
TAYLOR 1-6 2,083 08 17 06 07 17 16 17 11
7-9 1003 -10 -11 -14 -35 -35 -37 -45 -50
10-12 667 -02 -07 -16 -22 -35 -38 -38 -41
1-12 3,753 -04 -01 -24 -50 -53 -59 -66 -80
UNION 1-6 626 04 -00 12 05 15 15 14 11
7-9 321 -02 01 01 -00 01 -07 -07 -08
10-12 260 00 -03 -06 -04 -10 -12 -12 -13
1-12 1,207 02 -02 07 01 06 -04 -05 -10
VOLUSLA 1-6 16004 40 72 105 116 126 190 154 34
7-9 8,219 -42 -32 -05 -18 -48 -61 -79 -130
10-12 6,386 -47 -106 -130 -215 -288 -336 -376 -401
1-12 30,609 -49 -66 -30 -117 -210 -207 -301 -497
WAKULLA 1-6 828 -08 -04 -13 -19 -15 -15 -06 -03
7-9 400 03 02- -02 -06 -05 -11 -09 -14
10-12 271 00 -09 -09 -18 -23 -24 -22.- -25
1-12 1,499 -05 -11 -24 -43 -43 -50 -37 -42
WALTON 1-6 2,075 -03 10 10 03 -03 01 -08 -22
7-9 1,085 -16 -24 -22 -29 -37 -39 -48 -53
10-12 797 00 -06 -11 -10 -17 -15 -24 -23
1-12 3*957 -19 -20 -23 -36 -57 -53 -80 -98
WASHI NGTON 1-6 1#457 03 09 21 30 53 57 64 59
7-9 738 09 12 02 06 -02 -06 -11 -13
10-12 522 -03 -08 -20 -22 -24 -24 -27 --26
1-12 2*717 09 13 03 14 27 27 26 20

STATE TOTAL 1-6 717t.464 41570 9,314 13,460 15,903 17,472 17,879 16,734 10,717
7-9 342,475 863 1,863 2t541 2,188 1,6Z2 550 -817- ,-3, -
10-12 266,567 -1,587 -3,678 -5,609 -8,002 -10,499 -13,077 -159398 -17,301
1-12 1-326.506 3 846 7T499 10t392 10,089 8,615 5,352 524 -9,88







Change from
First Month



10,000






6,000 -






2,000


-0-
I-

2,000






6,000






10,000


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


MONTH






TABLE 4


MISCELLANEOUS MEMBERSHIP DATA

Grades 1-12


Change in Membership*


End of Year 1967-68
to End of First
Month 1968-69


-29
62
946
-9
2 403


7,140
41
152
121
634


End of First Month
1967-68 to End of
First Month 1968-69


Average Daily Membership


1967-68


II i III
-486 20,659
25 2,295
397 16,473
-53 3,618
1.950 60.408


7,161
29
209
166
598


97,046
1,928
2,938
2,786
7 148


1968-69

IV
20,226
2,300
16,799
3,583
61 647


104,002
1,938
3,140
2,919
7.772


Change in
ADM 1967-68
to 1968-69


-433*
5
326
-35
1.239


6,956
10
202
133
624


Collier 565 501 6,573 7,154 581
Columbia 140 72 6,334 6,440 106
Dade 8,667 6,924 212,145 224,566 12,421
De Soto 41 61 2,657 2,696 39
Dixie 67 43 1,412 1,435 23
Duval 4,362 812 119,321 119,894 573
Escambia 2,484 714 45,657 46,347 690
Flagler -1 -17 1,149 1,116 -33
Franklin 114 3 1,595 1,623 28
Gadsden 211 55 t10 796 10,823 27
Gilchrist -3 1 845 830 -15
Glades -45 20 800 816 16
Gulf 113 54 2,762 2,796 34
Hamilton 42 27 2,227 2,234 7
Hardee -161 -41 3.238 3,249 11
Hendry 94 150 2,789 2,947 158
Hernando 110 138 3,176 3,322 146
Highlands 13 127 5,857 6,015 158
Hillsborough 3,531 2,017 97,136 99,460 2,324
Holmes 57 24 2.513 2.538 25


County


Alachua
Baker
Bay
Bradford
Brrvard


Broward
Calhoun
Charlotte
Citrus
Clrav


- I


----,- --;-- _-.---


, ,









Indian River 218 309 7,776
Jackson -71 -66 8,285
Jefferson 30 20 2,693
Lafayette 12 -11 689
Lake -100 29 13,849
Lee 1,104 934 17,001
Leon -703 -1,033 20,069
Levy 172 145 2,966
Liberty 24 15 834
Madison -41 -115 3,745
Manatee 301 300 15,089
Marion 200 292 15,398
Martin 183 256 4,827
Monroe 599 517 9,066
Nassau 178 79_ 5.416
Okaloosa 2,206 1,636 22,190
Okeechobee 149 127 2,498
Orange 2,233 2,609 74,762
Osceola 297 260 4,506
L Palm Beach 1.703 1,925 59.829
f Pasco 471 728 9,039
Pinellas 3,613 3,070 72,346
Polk -321 -42 52,561
Putnam 173 53 9,064
St, Johns 79 125 6.446
St. Lucie 273 201 10,794
Santa Rosa 456 285 8,281
Sarasota 825 749 16,914
Seminole 626 175 17,170
Sumter 118 68 3,318
Suwannee 28 -35 4,143
Taylor 42 -61 3,766
Union -24 -23 1,230
Volusia 1,197 755 29,688
Wnlel1l 90 q R1 1 404


Walton -82 -81 4,043 3,913 -130
Washington _-11 -44-- 2,737 2,731 -6
TOTAL 48,665 35,913 1,288,713 1,329,597 40,884


*Large decrease due to reporting of Laboratory schools with county schools during 1967-68, and separate
reporting in 1968-69. P K. Yonge (Alachua) ADM 1967-68: 845; University School (Leon) ADM 1967-68: 817;
A & M High School (Leon) ADM 1967-68: 401.


8,022
8,125
2,690
680
13,807
18,098
18,965
3,087
831
3,652
15,396
15,652
5,094
9,481
5.555
23,646
2,669
77,354
4,783
61,790
9,639
75,588
52,619
9,140
6,528
11,068
8,611
17,673
17,739
3.370
4,126
3,715
1,205
30,455
1.473


246
-160
-3
-9
-42
1,097
-1,104*
121
-3
-93
307
254
267
415
139
1,456
171
2,592
277
1,961
600
3,242
58
76
82
274
330
759
569
52
-17
-51
-25
767
69


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TABLE 5


PERCENT OF CHANGE IN MEMBERSHIP BETWEEN
FIRST MONTH AND CLOSE OF SCHOOL 1968-69




*------------------- GRADE GROUP ----------

COUNTY 1-6 7-9 _10-12 1-12

ALACHUA -.30% -1.52 -4.09 -1.32%
BAKER -1.57% -3.262 -3.329 -2.35%
BAY -2.26% -4.98% -6.77% -3.87%
BRADFORD -.323 .89% -4.24% -.872
EREVARD -2.06% -2.622 -8.63% -3.55%
EROWARO 2.60% -.33-- -9 .06 -.52
CALHOUN -1.72% -3.20% -4.21% L -2.60%
C HARLOTTE -6.12- 1.93 -3--L.61% -319
CITRUS 3.62% -.87% -6.18% .38%


LLAY
COLLIER
CCLUMBIA
DADE
DESOTO
DIXIE
DUV AL
ESCAMBIA
FLAGLER
FRANKLIN
GADS DEN
GILCHRIST
GLAD ES
GULF
HAMILTUN
HARDEE
HENRY
HERNANDO


HIGHLANDS
HILLSBOROUGH
H~LMES


L*U IZ
4.71%
1.41%
1.8 1
3.74*
-2.14%
-.34%
.47%
-.162
__-2.56%
-.26%
1.31%
10.39t3
-3.46%
1.082
13.271
4.12%
4.38%


6.o14t
1.38%
1*34%


-Z.tl4
-1.013
----------.5 9 % --
.08%
-2.75%
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