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Title: Adequate Funding of Education Programs in Florida A Successful Schools Approach
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Creator: Daniel, Trent
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Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Publication Date: 2010

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Subjects / Keywords: adequacy, discount, equity, fcat, fefp, florida, horizontal, mcloone, poverty, successful, vertical
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Abstract: ADEQUATE FUNDING OF EDUCATON PROGRAMS IN FLORIDA: A SUCCESSFUL SCHOOLS APPROACH To determine adequacy, researchers use four different approaches: Professional Judgment, Evidence-Based, Statistical Analysis, and Successful Schools. Each method approaches adequacy in a different way depending on the methodology chosen and the availability of data. The purpose of this study was to determine if the successful schools approach with a poverty weight could be applied to the state of Florida in order to determine the cost of funding an adequate education. The Florida Education Finance Program (FEFP) and Florida school level data from the 2006-2007 school year were analyzed using the successful schools approach with a poverty weight. In addition, the McLoone Index was calculated before and after the adequacy analysis to determine if the equity of the FEFP was changed with the addition of a poverty weight. The results of this study indicate that the additional cost of applying a poverty weight in 2006-2007 dollars would increase the needed budget by 4.4 percent. The poverty weights were .23 for high schools, .32 for middle schools, and .36 for elementary schools. Overall, at all three levels (elementary, middle, and high school) successful schools outspend non-successful schools by an average of 2.74. Although the horizontal equity was altered by the poverty weight, gains were made in the vertical equity and thus adequate funding for students living in poverty.
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Title: Adequate Funding of Education Programs in Florida A Successful Schools Approach
Physical Description: 1 online resource (407 p.)
Language: english
Creator: Daniel, Trent
Publisher: University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Publication Date: 2010

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Subjects / Keywords: adequacy, discount, equity, fcat, fefp, florida, horizontal, mcloone, poverty, successful, vertical
Human Development and Organizational Studies in Education -- Dissertations, Academic -- UF
Genre: Educational Leadership thesis, Ph.D.
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Abstract: ADEQUATE FUNDING OF EDUCATON PROGRAMS IN FLORIDA: A SUCCESSFUL SCHOOLS APPROACH To determine adequacy, researchers use four different approaches: Professional Judgment, Evidence-Based, Statistical Analysis, and Successful Schools. Each method approaches adequacy in a different way depending on the methodology chosen and the availability of data. The purpose of this study was to determine if the successful schools approach with a poverty weight could be applied to the state of Florida in order to determine the cost of funding an adequate education. The Florida Education Finance Program (FEFP) and Florida school level data from the 2006-2007 school year were analyzed using the successful schools approach with a poverty weight. In addition, the McLoone Index was calculated before and after the adequacy analysis to determine if the equity of the FEFP was changed with the addition of a poverty weight. The results of this study indicate that the additional cost of applying a poverty weight in 2006-2007 dollars would increase the needed budget by 4.4 percent. The poverty weights were .23 for high schools, .32 for middle schools, and .36 for elementary schools. Overall, at all three levels (elementary, middle, and high school) successful schools outspend non-successful schools by an average of 2.74. Although the horizontal equity was altered by the poverty weight, gains were made in the vertical equity and thus adequate funding for students living in poverty.
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General Note: Includes vita.
Bibliography: Includes bibliographical references.
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Source of Description: This bibliographic record is available under the Creative Commons CC0 public domain dedication. The University of Florida Libraries, as creator of this bibliographic record, has waived all rights to it worldwide under copyright law, including all related and neighboring rights, to the extent allowed by law.
Statement of Responsibility: by Trent Daniel.
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1 ADEQUATE FUNDING OF EDUCATON PROGRAMS IN FLORIDA: A SUCCESSFUL SCHOOLS APPROACH By TRENT KUBO DANIEL A DISSERTATION PRESENTED TO THE GRADUATE SCHOOL OF THE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENT OF THE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA 2010

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2 2010 Trent Kubo Daniel

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3 To God Almighty

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4 ACKNOWLEDGMENTS I had no idea how much I would change from the moment I entered the University of Florida until the day I graduated. During my first class, Dr. Clarke described our doctoral classes, research, and dissertation writing as a marathon. He could not have bee n more accurate. I have always been excellent at short distances, but this required sustained effort, perseverance, and desire. I would have never been able to complete this process without all of the people in my life during each phase of the run. Firs t, I would like to express my deepest appreciation and admiration to my committee chair, Dr. R. Craig Wood. Dr. Wood is a fellow Hokie, a friend, and accomplished scholar. Dr. Woods expert guidance and academic advice provided me with the structure to c omplete my dissertation. Dr. Wood also gave me his time which was invaluable and more precious than gold. The faculty and staff at the University of Floridas College of Education have assisted and encouraged me throughout my studies. My committee members deserve special praise for being committed to my education and completion of my doctorate I would like to thank Dr. Dave Honeyman, Dr. James Doud, Dr. Phil Clark, Dr. John Jenkins, and Dr. Anne Seraphine. I would specifically like to thank Dr. Linda Behar Horenstein for being my critical friend during a time of desperate need. I would also like to thank Dr. Sevan Terzian for being a remarkable teacher. Finally, I would especially like to thank Angela Rowe. Without her, I do not think any of us wou ld have been able to finish. She is a life line to graduate students. Throughout our graduate course work, I made wonderful and endearing friendships with the best educators in Florida. I truly respect them and really appreciated their ability to challen ge my mind. Iron sharpens iron, so one man sharpens another. I would like to thank Chris Pryor,

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5 Laura Asta, Lori Benton, and Carol Kindt for being there with me and supporting our collaborative goal of finishing the marathon. I would especially like to thank my family for being patient and supportive. Without you, I would not have finished. To my parents, Dr. Arthur S. Kubo, Peggy S. Gammel, and Catherine Pauls, I thank you for providing me with a love for education, teaching, and learning. To my inlaws, Jim and Jackie Daniel, I thank you for the hours of babysitting, so I could attend graduate school. To my dog, Samson, I thank you for keeping me company during the long hours I wrote in my study. To my children, Madison and Britton Daniel, I thank you for making me a better person and giving me a loving family life that I cherish. Finally, to my beloved husband and soul mate, I thank you for understanding me. Without you, I would never be who I am personally and professionally.

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6 TABLE OF CONTENTS page ACKNOWLEDGMENTS ...............................................................................................................4 LIST OF TABLES .........................................................................................................................10 LIST OF FIGURES .......................................................................................................................11 ABSTRACT ...................................................................................................................................12 CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION ..................................................................................................................14 Finance Litig ation History ......................................................................................................14 The First Wave ................................................................................................................15 The Second Wave ............................................................................................................15 The Third Wave ...............................................................................................................17 Class ification of State Constitutions .......................................................................................19 Floridas Adequacy Litigation History ...................................................................................20 Statement of Problem .............................................................................................................23 Purpose of the Study ...............................................................................................................25 Research Questions .................................................................................................................25 Definition of Terms ................................................................................................................25 Significance of the Study ........................................................................................................26 Limitations to the Study ..........................................................................................................27 Organization of the Study .......................................................................................................27 2 REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE ........................................................................................29 The United States Poverty Rates ...........................................................................................29 The United States Ch ildren and Poverty ........................................................................30 The United States Education Expenditures ............................................................................31 Poverty and Student Achievement ..........................................................................................32 Poverty Weights ......................................................................................................................36 Free and Reduced Lunch .................................................................................................38 State Education Finance Systems and Poverty Weights .................................................39 Adequacy ................................................................................................................................40 Equity vs. Adequacy ...............................................................................................................41 Four Approaches to Determine Adequacy .............................................................................45 Adequacy Approa ch #1: Professional Judgment Approach ...........................................46 Adequacy Approach #1 State Example: Professional Judgment Approach in Wyoming ......................................................................................................................46 Adequacy Approach #1 State Example: Professional Judgment Approach in Tennessee .....................................................................................................................47 Adequacy Approach #2: Evidence Based Approach .....................................................48

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7 Adequacy Approach #2 State Example: Evidence Based Approach in New Jersey .....49 Adequacy Approach #3: Statisti cal Analysis Approach ................................................50 Adequacy Approach #3 State Example: Statistical Analysis Approach in New York .............................................................................................................................51 Adequacy Approach #4: Successful Schools Approach ................................................52 Adequacy Approach #4 State Example: Successful Schools Approach in Ohio ...........53 Adequacy Approach #4 State Example: Successful Schools in Michigan .....................54 Adequacy Approach #4 State Example: Successful Schools in Illinois .........................55 Use of Two Approaches: Successful Schools Approach and Professional Judgment ...55 Approach in Maryland .....................................................................................................55 Use of Two Approaches: Successful Schools Approach and Professional Judgment in Kansas ......................................................................................................................56 Use of Two Approach es: Successful Schools Approach and Professional Judgment in Colorado...................................................................................................................57 Use of Two Approaches: Successful Schools Approach and Professional Judgment in Tennessee .................................................................................................................58 Adequacy Approach #4 State Example: Successful Schools Approach in New York .............................................................................................................................59 Use of Two Approaches: Successful Schools Approach and Professional Judgment in Connecticut ..............................................................................................................61 Use of Two Approaches: Successful Schools Approach and Professional Judgment in South Dakota ............................................................................................................62 Use of Two Approaches: Successful Schools Approach and Professional Judgment in Nevada .....................................................................................................................63 Adequacy Approach #4 State Example: Successful Schools Approach in Washington ..................................................................................................................65 Using the Median to Estimate Adequacy ...............................................................................66 Adequacy Studies Summary ...................................................................................................66 Florida Education Finance Program .......................................................................................68 Summary .................................................................................................................................73 3 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY ...........................................................................................99 Introduction .............................................................................................................................99 Research Design .....................................................................................................................99 S tudent Performance Measures .......................................................................................99 Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test Achievement Levels ......................................99 Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test Achievement Levels Scale Scores ..............100 Next Generation Benchmarks Strategic Plan ................................................................100 Definition of Successful and NonSuccessful Schools .................................................101 Data Sources .........................................................................................................................101 Measures of Adequacy .........................................................................................................102 Mean ..............................................................................................................................102 Median ...........................................................................................................................102 Range .............................................................................................................................103 Restricted Range ............................................................................................................104 Measures of Equity ...............................................................................................................104

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8 McLoone Index .............................................................................................................104 Discount Per Pupil Expenditure Rates ..........................................................................105 Discount Rate Example .................................................................................................106 Analysis Summary ................................................................................................................107 Summary ...............................................................................................................................107 4 PRE SENTATION OF RESULTS ........................................................................................116 Introduction ...........................................................................................................................116 Adequacy Measures Results 20062007 ...............................................................................116 Range 20062007 ...........................................................................................................116 Restricted Range 2006 2007 .........................................................................................117 Mean 20062007 ............................................................................................................118 Discount Rates 20062007 ............................................................................................120 Poverty Weights 20062007 ..........................................................................................121 Total Expenditures 20062007 ......................................................................................123 Equity Measures Results 20062007 ....................................................................................124 Median 20062007 .........................................................................................................124 McLoone Index Before and After the Poverty Weights Results 20062007 .................124 Interpretation of Results 20062007 .....................................................................................126 Summary ...............................................................................................................................127 5 CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS ...............................................................137 Introduction ...........................................................................................................................137 Findings ................................................................................................................................137 Research Question 1 ......................................................................................................137 Research Question 2 ......................................................................................................138 Research Question 3 ......................................................................................................139 Research Question 4 ......................................................................................................141 Conclusion ............................................................................................................................141 Implications and Suggestions for Future Research ..............................................................142 Recommendations .................................................................................................................143 APPENDIX A HIGH SCHOOL CALCULATIONS ....................................................................................144 B MIDDLE SCHOOL CALCULATONS ...............................................................................159 C ELEMENTARY SCHOOL CALCULATIONS ...................................................................178 D MCLOONE INDEX BEFORE THE POVERTY WEIGHT ................................................240 E MCLOONE INDEX AFTER THE POVERTY WEIGHT ..................................................322

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9 LIST OF REFERENCES .............................................................................................................397 BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH .......................................................................................................407

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10 LIST OF TABLES Table page 21 Poverty thresholds for 2007 by size and family and number of related children under the age of 18 years. ............................................................................................................74 22 Regional United States poverty concentration. ..................................................................77 23 2007 state poverty rates. ....................................................................................................78 24 2007 state poverty rates for children under the age of 18 years. .......................................79 25 Fifty states school finance formulae 2007. .......................................................................83 27 Summary of adequacy methodologies used by states and poverty considerations. ...........91 31 Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test achievement level definitions. .......................109 32 Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test reading scale scores. ......................................110 33 Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test mathematics scale scores. ..............................111 34 Next generation benchmarks. ...........................................................................................112 35 20062007 demographic, FCAT, and per pupil expenditure school data for discount rate example. ....................................................................................................................113 36 Discount rate example calculations for two high schools. ...............................................114 37 Summary of three analyses. .............................................................................................115 41 Range and restricted range. ..............................................................................................128 42 High school summary data table. .....................................................................................130 43 Middle school summary data table. .................................................................................132 44: Elementary school summary data table. ..............................................................................134 45 Total expenditures summary table. ..................................................................................135 46 McLoone index table. ......................................................................................................136

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11 LIST OF FIGURES Figure page 21 Poverty rates 19592007 ....................................................................................................75 22 Poverty rates by age 19592007. ........................................................................................76 23 Mathematics and reading achievement Item Response Theory scaled test scores by social and economic status at the beginning of kindergarten. ...........................................80 24 How to calculate a weighted index. ...................................................................................81 25 State implicit poverty weights in the United States. ..........................................................82 26 A continuum of state adequacy methodologies from 19952004. .....................................93 27 Percent distribution of revenue for Florida public schools 20062007. .............................94 29 Percent distribution of state support for Florida public schools 20082009. .....................95 29 Floridas base funding formula. .........................................................................................96 210 Floridas gross state and local Florida Education Finance Program formula. ...................97 211 Floridas total finance program. .........................................................................................98 41 High school free & reduced lunch graph. ........................................................................129 42 Middle school free & reduced lunch graph. .....................................................................131 43 El ementary school free & reduced lunch graph. ..............................................................133

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12 Abstract of Dissertation Presented to the Graduate School of the University of Florida in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy ADEQUATE FUNDING OF EDUCATON PROGRAMS IN FLORIDA: A SUCCESSFUL SCHOOLS APPROACH By Trent Kubo Daniel August 2010 Chair: R. C raig Wood Major: Educational Leadership To determine adequacy, researchers use four different approaches: Professional Judgment, Evidence Based, Statistical Analysis, and Successful Schools. Each method approaches adequacy in a different way depending o n the methodology chosen and the availability of data. The purpose of this study was to determine if the successful schools approach with a poverty weight could be applied to the state of Florida in order to determine the cost of funding an adequate educa tion. The Florida Education Finance Program (FEFP) and Florida school level data from the 20062007 school year were analyzed using the successful schools approach with a poverty weight. In addition, the McLoone Index was calculated before and after the adequacy analysis to determine if the equity of the FEFP was changed with the addition of a poverty weight. The results of this study indicate that the additional cost of applying a poverty weight in 20062007 dollars would increase the needed budget by 4.4 percent. The poverty weights were .23 for high schools, .32 for middle schools, and .36 for elementary schools. Overall, at all three levels (elementary, middle, and high school) successful schools outspend nonsuccessful schools by an average of 2.7 4. Although the horizontal equity

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13 was altered by the poverty weight, gains were made in the vertical equity and thus adequate funding for students living in poverty.

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14 CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION The emergence of public school finance began with the first finance dissertation written by Ellwood Cubberley in 1905. 1 The premises used in future adequacy litigation cases resided within his study. Theoretically all the children of the state are equally important and are entitled to have the same advantages; practically this can never be quite true. The duty of the state is to secure for all as high a minimum of good instruction as is possible, but not to reduce all to this minimum; to equalize the advantages to all as nearly as can be done with the resources at hand; to place a premium on those local efforts which will enable communities to rise above the legal minimum as far as possib le; and to encourage communities to extend their educational energies to new and desirable undertakings. 2 Finance Litigation History Scholars divide the education finance litigation history into three separate waves.3 Each of the waves has distinct argume nts based on particular legal theories. Each wave also has a differing success rate. The most recent wave has been deemed the most significant in terms of potential school finance reform. It has the most cases, numbers of plaintiffs victories and amount of substantial change.4 1 Ellwood P. Cubberley, School Funds and Their Apportionment Teachers College Series (New York City: Teachers College, Columbia University, 1905). 2 Ibid, 17. 3 Carolyn D. Herrington and Virginia Weider, "Equity, Adequacy, and Vouchers: Past and Present School Finance Litigation in Florida," Journal of Education Finance 27, no. 1 (2001); Jon Mills and Timothy McLendon, "Setting a New Standard for Public Education: Revision 6 Increases the Duty of the State to Make "Adequate Provision" for Flor ida Schools," Florida Law Review 52, no. 329 (2000); William E. Thro, "Judicial Analysis During the Third Wave of School Finance Litigation: The Massachusetts Decision as a Model," Boston College Law Review 597, no. 35 (May 1994); William E. Thro, "The Third Wave: The Implications of the Montana, Kentucky, and Texas Decisions for the Future of Public School Finance Reform Litigation," Journal of Law & Education 19 (1991). 4 Thro, Boston College Law Review 599.

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15 The First Wave The first wave of litigation, between 1960 and 1973, ended with San Antonio Independent School District v. Rodriguez.5 The U.S. Supreme Court determined that education was not a fundamental right under t he Equal Protection Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment. Additionally, the c ourt determined that wealth was not a suspect class since students were not being deprived of an education. In fact, relative differences, although present in the Texas school finance system, were not a basis for discrimination since school districts had the right to local fiscal control.6 Thus, the argument for strict scrutiny was rejected. The aftermath of the decision led to redefining federal litigation strategies and to new litigation at the state level. In effect, the federal courts doors were closed to additional challenges, while the doors to states courts were opened.7 The Second Wave The second wave of litigation, between 1973 and 1989, still focused on Equal Protect ion except now challenges resided at the state level. Each state constitution was examined to determine the degree of the states role in education. Since school finances are predominately funded through local taxes and property wealth, there were dispa rities between poor and wealthy districts. Most of the litigation focused on comparing the equity between various school districts. The legal argument utilized was created by the Coons team in the late 1960s.8 5 San Antonio Independent School District v Rodriquez 411 U.S. 1 (1973). 6 David C. Thompson, R. Cra ig Wood, and David S. Honeyman, Fiscal Leadership for Schools: Concepts and Practices (White Plains, N.Y.: Longman Publishing Group, 1994). 7 R. Craig Wood, Constitutional Challenges to State Education Finance Distribution Formulas: Moving From Equity to Adequacy, Saint Louis University Public School Law Review 23, 2 (2004): 541. 8 Paul Minorini and Stephen D. Sugarman, "School Finance Litigation in the Name of Educational Equity," in Equity and Adequacy in Education Finance ed. Rosemary Chalk, Helen Ladd and Janet S. Hansen (Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press, 1999). The Coons team consist ed of Professor John Coons and his students, William Clune and Stephen Sugarman.

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16 Originally named Proposition I, fiscal neutr ality is a theory that states a childs education should not be dependent on his/her ability to pay. Specifically, the quality of public education, measured commonly by looking at dollar inputs, may not be a function of wealth other than the wealth of th e state as a whole.9 Although the legal argument was new, the roots of the idea were addressed as early as 1905 in the first school finance dissertation written by Edward Cubberley. Cubberley addressed the concept in the following way: To day we assume that a free common school education, at least, is the common birthright of every American child, and that this free general education shall be provided and maintained by the general taxation of all property, without reference to whether the owner of the property has children to be educated.10 In 1971, the first successful court case using the concept of fiscal neutrality as the primary argument was Serrano v. Priest .11 The plaintiffs alleged that the wide disparities in funding caused corresponding dispari ties between district resources and educational programs. The court ruled in favor of the plaintiffs stating that the funding model violated both the federal and California State Equal Protection Clause. The court reinforced the application of fiscal neu trality by stating that the current funding scheme invidiously discriminated against the poor because it made the quality of a childs education a function of the wealth of his parents and neighbors.12 Shortly thereafter, the recent rulings from the Rodr iquez case caused the California Supreme Court to rely exclusively on the California State Equal Protection Clause in Serrano II upholding Serrano I .13 9 Ibid, 3738. 10 Cubberley, School Funds and Their Apportionment 15 16. 11 Serrano v Priest 487 P.2d 1241 (1971). Serrano v. Priest will be referred to as Serrano I 12 Ibid, 1244. 13 Serrano II 557 P.2d 929 (1976).

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17 During the same time period, the New Jersey Supreme Court decision in Robinson v. Cahill found the New J ersey finance system was inequitable to the rural districts; therefore, a restructuring of the formula was undertaken. 14 The state education finance distribution failed to meet the state constitutions requirements for a thorough and efficient public sc hool system. This decision marked the first instance where the court determined the funding formula to be unconstitutional based solely on the state constitution. Although forty one states experienced litigation in education finance during the second wa ve, each court ruled consistent with the states constitutions thus making national reform unattainable. C ourt decisions and resulting changes within individual states caused limited reformation of the education finance system.15 At first promising, equit y would soon evolve into a new paradigm. The Third Wave The third wave of litigation began in 1989 with Rose v. Council for Better Education. 16 The previous two waves compared the equity of the educational system whereas the current wave focuses on the adequacy of the educational system to provide a high minimum quality education for all .17 The common language found in some state constitutions requires a thorough and efficient system or an adequate education.18 14 Robinson v. Cahill, 287 A.2d 273 (1973). 15 R. Craig Wood, Saint Louis University Public School Law Review 550551. 16 Rose v Council for Better Education 790 S.W.2d 186 (Ky. 1989). 17Minorini and Sugarman, Equity and Adequacy in Education Finance 188. 18 Douglas N. Harris, "Funding Florida's Schools: Adequacy, C osts, and the State Constitution," in Education Policy Research Unit: Education Policy Studies Laboratory (Tempe, Arizona: Arizona State University, April 2004). Minorini and Sugarman, Equity and Adequacy in Education Finance

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18 In Rose v. Council for Better Education, the Kentucky Supreme Court determined that the Kentucky school finance distribution formula violated the Equal Protection Clause and state con stitutions education provision. 19 Relying on the state constitution, the decision upheld the lower courts decision for the plaintiffs. In addition, the entire Kentucky school finance system had to be revamped in order to reflect a more adequate funding scheme. The court specified the need for total reform by stating the following: Lest there be any doubt, the results of our decision is that Kentuckys entire system of common school is unconstitutional. There is no allegation that only part of the co mmon school system is invalid, and we find no such circumstance. This decision applies to the entire sweep of the system all its parts and parcels.20 Even more important, the court spelled out seven criteria that would ensure an adequate education for K entuckys children. The seven capabilities are: [A]n efficient system of education must have as its goal to provide each and every child with at least the seven following capacities: (i) sufficient oral and written communication skills to enable students to function in a complex and rapidly changing civilization; (ii) sufficient knowledge of economic, social, and political systems to enable the student to make informed choices; (iii) sufficient understanding of governmental processes to enable the student to understand the issue that affect his or her community, state, and nation; (iv) sufficient self knowledge of his or her mental and physical wellness; (v) sufficient grounding in the arts to enable each student to appreciate his or her cultural and histor ical heritage; (vi) sufficient training or preparation for advanced training in either academic or vocational fields so as to enable each child to choose and pursue life work intelligently; and (vii) sufficient levels of academic or vocational skills to en able public school students to compete favorably with their counterparts in surrounding states, in academics or in the job market.21 As a result, the Kentucky L egislature created a new foundation plan that completely overhauled the existing school financing. The Kentucky Reform Act (KERA) is the most 19 Rose v Council for Better Education 790 S.W.2d 186 (Ky. 1989). 20 Ibid, 215. 21 Ibid, 215.

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19 comprehensive school finance reform to date.22 The change immediately increased the funding of the poorest Kentuc ky school districts by 25 percent and the wealthiest by 8 percent .23 Ohio also experienced conti nued litigation over a period of six years. Collectively known as DeRolph I, DeRolph II, DeRolph III, and DeRolph IV the Ohio Supreme Court stated, Ohios elementary and secondary public school system violates Section 2, Article VI of the Ohio constitut ion, which mandates a thorough and efficient system of common schools throughout the state. 24 The ruling determined that the Ohio funding was in need of a complete overhaul in order to provide an adequate education for Ohios children. Although two stipulations for how to reform the school finance system were mandated in DeRolph III the final decision would vacate those stipulations in DeRolph IV In addition, the final decision would reiterate the need to reform the entire school finance system despit e any difficulties the state of Ohio was facing. Since litigation began, approximately two thirds of the legal challenges have succeeded when adequacy is argued.25 Classification of State Constitutions Erica Grubb developed a classification system which categorizes state constitutions based on what provisions for public education are stated.26 Originally called Weak Provisions (Category I), Thorough and Efficient Systems (Category II), All Suitable Means (Category 22Michael Heise, "State Constitutions, School Finance Litigation, and the "Third Wave from Equity to Adequacy." Temple L. Review 68, no. 1151 (1995); C. Forsaith and A. Trimble, "Achieving Equity and Excellence in K entucky Education.," U. Mich. J.L. Ref. 28, no. 493 (1995). 23 Kern Alexander, "The Com mon School Ideal and the Limits of Legislative Authority: The Kentucky Case.," Harv. J. Leg 28, no. 341 (1991). 24 DeRolph v. State, 78 Oh.St. 3d 193, 677 N.E. 2d 733. 297 (1997) 25 Harris, Ed ucation Policy Research Unit: Education Policy Studies Laboratory 26 Erica B. Grubb, "Breaking the Language Barrier: The Righ t to Bilingual Education," Harvard C.R. C.L.L. Review 52, no. 9 (1974).

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20 III), and Purposive Preambles Paramount and Specific Duties (Category IV), the groups were renamed to Categories I IV. Category I constitutions have weak provisions for education and simply require the state to have a public school system; whereas, Category IV constitutions stipulate that ed ucation is a paramount duty of the state. 27 Floridas Adequacy Litigation History Shortly after the Serrano v. Priest decision in 1971, the Florida legislature changed the funding formula from the Minimum Foundation Program (MFP) to the Florida Education Finance Program (FEFP). 28 This change was made to circumvent potential litigation based on equity and in response to the Serrano v. Priest case. 29 During the equity litigation wave, the FEFP withstood litigation challenges and emerged as one of the nations most equitable funding formulas. 30 However, circumstances changed in 1998 when Florida voted to change the constitution with respect to education by requiring that the state provide adequate provision for uniform, efficient, safe, secure, and high quality system of public schools. 31 In its entirety, Article IX of the Florida State Constitution states the following: The education of children is a fundamental value of the people of the State of Florida. It is, therefore, a paramount duty of the state to make adequate provision for the education of all children residing within its borders. Adequate provision shall be made by law for a uniform, efficient, safe, secure, and high quality system of free public schools that allows students to obtain a high quality education and for 27 Ibid. 28 Florida Department of Education, 20082009 Funding for Florida School Districts (Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of Education, 2008), http://www.fldoe.org/fefp/pdf/fefpdist.pdf (accessed March 2, 2009). 29 Barbara J. Staros, School Finance Litigation in Florida: A Historical Analysis, Stetson Law Review XXIII (1994): 506; Serrano v. Priest 487 P.2d 1241 (1971). 30 Jon Mills and Timothy McLendon, Florida Law Review 31 F L Const art. IX, 1, http://www.flsenate.gov/Statutes/ index.cfm?Mode=Constitution&Submenu= 3&Tab=Statutes#A09FLA

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21 the establishment, maintenance, and operation of insti tutions of higher learning and other public education programs that the needs of the people may require. 32 This revision changed Floridas constitution from a Category II to a Category IV. Since the revision was specifically voted on by the public, the i mplication is far clearer for potential adequacy litigation. Although other states may argue that the constitution verbiage is merely borrowed without intent, Floridas wording is an aspiration chosen by the people. Therefore it can be argued that under newer and more stringent guidelines, litigation challenges have a greater opportunity for successful outcomes. To date, Florida has had four suits filed using the adequacy argument. The first, The Coalition for Adequacy and Fairness in School Funding v Chile s utilized the states constitution to argue that the state had failed to provide an adequate funding level for the current public school system. 33 T he Florida Supreme Court stated that every child was given the opportunity to achieve basic educati onal goals. Simply stated, the state funding was not in violation of the state constitution. The majority opinion determined that the requirements for adequacy were not met, because the plaintiffs failed to demonstratean appropriate standard for dete rmining adequacy that would not present substantial risk of judicial intrusion into the powers and responsibilities of the legislature. 34 However, Justin Overton stated that, While adequate may be difficult to quantify, certainly a minimum threshold exists below which the funding provided by the legislature would be considered inadequate. For example, where a county in 32 Ibid. 33 Coalition for Adqequacy and Fairness in School Funding, Inc., Et. Al. V. Chiles 680 So. 3d 400 409 (1996). 34 Ibid, 409.

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22 this state had a thirty percent illiteracy rate, I would suggest that such a complaint has a least stated a cause of action under our education.35 Again, prior to the state revision, Honore v. Bush filed another adequacy case in Florida.36 This time the case made specific reference to Justice Overtons concurring remarks. Citing student performance data from Governor Bushs A+ Accountability on Floridas schools, the plaintiffs argued that the current funding level was not adequate to provide a free and uniform public school system. 37 The case was later dismissed in 2003 for lack of pursuit by the plaintiffs. 38 In 1999 Florida enacted the first voucher program, the Opportunity Scholarship Program (OSP). The OSP provided funding to students attending a failing public school for two years in a four year period. The voucher could be used to send student s to a different public school or a private school. 39 In Bush v. Holmes the Florida Supreme Court found that the OSP violated the educatio n clause of the Florida state constitution which states that it is a paramount duty of the state to make adequate provision for the education of all children residing within its borders. 40 Furthermore the state is required to provide a uniform, efficie nt, safe, secure, and high quality system of free public schools. 41 Therefore, t he courts affirmed that the state is required to 35 Ibid, 409. 36 Hon o re v. Florida 79 0 S. 2d 413 (2003). 37 Ibid. 38 Ibid. 39 Florida Statute 1002.38 (6) (2005); Florida Supreme Court Declares States School Voucher Program Unconstitutional, Harvard Law Review 120, no. 4 (February 2007) http://www.harvardlawreview.org/ issues/120/feb07/feb07.shtml (accessed January 23, 2009). 40Bush v. Hol mes 919 So. 2d 392 (Fla. 2006), 2. 41 Ibid, 23.

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23 provide an adequate education to the children of Florida and that the education must be provided through the public school sy stem. Employing another a pproach of the adequacy argument, the plaintiffs represented by the American Civil Liberties Union in Schroeder v. Palm Beach County Sch ool B oar d challeng ed the Palm Beach County School District based on low graduation rates. 42 The graduation rates are approximately one third of the student population with a disparity between the African American and Hispanic students and white students. Given the demographics of the district in comparison to similar districts in the state, the plaintiffs allege that the low graduation rates do not provide a uniform, efficient, safe, secure, and high quality education to the children of Palm Beach County as mandated by the Florida constitution thus making it unlikely that the students who leave without a diploma will be able to share in the American Dream.43 The court ruled that the adequa cy provision did not apply to individual school districts, but applied to the Legislature and therefore there was no private cause of action The enforcement of education being a paramount duty applied to the state due to the constitutional law and did not apply to the individual school districts. Although the case w as appealed, the case was denied and the decision upheld without a hearing. The outcome of the Schroeder case will shape the future adequacy litigation in Florida making it difficult for plaintiffs to challenge individual school districts Statement of Pr oblem In order to provide an equal educational opportunity, the FEFPs distribution formula takes into account varying local property tax bases, varying education program cost costs, 42 Schroeder et al. v. Palm Beach County School Board et al Cl ass Action Suit Document 25597 (accessed March 3, 2008). 43 Ibid, 2.

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24 varying costs of living, and varying costs for equivalent educational pr ograms due to sparsity and dispersion of the student population.44 The intent of the Florida Legislature was To guarantee to each student in the Florida public educational system the availability of programs and services appropriate to his or her educational needs which are substantially equal to those available to any similar student notwithstanding geographic differences and varying local economic factors.45 Although the FEFP has withstood equity litigation, there is a need for an adequacy study to be p erformed in Florida. First, the constitutional requirement places education as a paramount duty of the state. Second, the Floridas majority opinion in the 1996 Coalition case suggested strong implications that future litigation would be successful based on the merit of adequacy. 46 Additionally, s ubsequent litigation in Bush v. Holmes has upheld the requirement that the state provide a uniform and efficient public school system for the children of Florida .47 Even without the legal ramifications for individuals the legislature s political intention is to provide an adequate education to all Floridas students. A successful schools study would help to determine whether Floridas current funding system is attempting to meet this goal. Finally t he current A+ plan has established educational standards for student performance thus making an adequacy study possible. The information gained will help to determine if the current funding levels allow students and subgroups of defined students to achieve minimum academic standards. 44 Florida Department of Education, 20082009 Funding for Florida School Districts (Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of Education, 2008) http://www.fldoe.org/fefp/pdf/fefpdist.pdf (accessed March 2, 2009): 1. 45 Florida Statutes, 236.012(1) (1998). 46 Coalition for Adequacy and Fairness in School Funding, Inc., Et. Al. V. Chiles 680 So. 3d 400 409 (1996). 47 Bush v. Hol mes 919 So. 2d 392 (Fla. 2006), 2.

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25 Purpose of the Study The purpose of this study was to determine if the successful schools approach could be applied to the state of Florida in order to determine the cost of funding an adequate education. Research Questions The study will answer the following questions using the 2006 2007 school year data. 1. Can the successful schools approach be applied to the state of Florida to determine the cost of funding an adequate education? 2. If the succes sful schools approach can be applied to Florida, how can it be operationalized? 3. If the successful schools approach cannot be applied to Florida, why can it not be operationalized? 4. If the successful schools approach can be applied to Florida, how does it affect the equitable distribution of resources while providing adequate funding throughout the public schools in Florida? Definition of Terms ADEQUACY means providing sufficient funds for the average district or school to teach the average child to state standards, plus sufficient additional revenues for students with special needs to allow them to meet performance standards as well .48 Specifically related to the study, adequacy means providing sufficient funds for the average district or school to teach the average child to achieve a level 3 proficiency on the Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test (FCAT). CATEGORY I state constitution s mandate some system of free public schools with no requirement as to support or quality. 49 CATEGORY II state constitutions impose some minimal standard of quality. 50 CATEGORY III state constitutions add a specific mandate. 51 CATEGORY IV state constitutio ns make education a very important duty of the state, and impose the highest mandate for support. 52 48 Allan R. Odden and Lawrence O. Picus, School Finance: A Policy P erspective (New York, N.Y.: McGraw Hill, 2004): 430. 49 Erica B. Grubb, Harvard C.R. C.L.L. Review 50 Ibid. 51 Ibid.

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26 DISCOUNT RATES are additional student weights applied to special student populations in order to account for student characteristics and demographics.53 EX PLICIT POVERTY WEIGHT is aid specified to local districts in state school finance policies.54 THE FLORIDA EDUCATION FINANCE PROGRAM (FEFP) was enacted by the Florida legislature in 1973. The intent of the state law was to guarantee each Florida public scho ol student has equal programs and services regardless of their geographic differences and local economic factors. 55 HORIZONTAL EQUITY is equity in which all members of the group are considered equal. 56 IMPLICIT POVERTY WEIGHT is aid actually allocated to local districts.57 POVERTY WEIGHT is the percentage assigned to low income students that is multiplied by the standard per student funding amounts to generate ove r all funding levels.58 VERTICAL EQUITY is equity in which differences (for which unequal resource distributions are legitimate) among members of the group are recognized. 59 Significance of the Study To date there has been studies that analyzed whether the base student allocation for Florida was adequate. However, there has been no study that has analyzed whether the successful schools approach with a poverty weight can be applied to the Florida Education 52 Ibid. 53 R. Craig Wood and Anthony Rolle, Determining the Cost of Providing an Adequate Education in the State of Montana (Gainesville, FL: R.C. Wood and Associates, October 15, 2005), http://rcwoodassoc.com/resea rch.shtml (accessed February 2, 2009). 54 Bruce D. Baker, A Closer Look at the Costs of Serving Living on the Edges of State School Finance Policy: At Risk, Limited English Proficient, and Gifted Children, Educational Considerations 32, no. 1 (Fall 2 004): 43. 55 Florida Department of Education, 20082009 Funding for Florida School Districts 1. 56 David C. Thompson, R. Craig Wood, and David S. Honeyman, Fiscal Leadership for Schools: Concepts and Practices (White Plains, N.Y.: Longman Publishing Group, 1994): 178179. 57 Bruce D. Baker Educational Considerations 43. 58 Kevin Carey, Education Funding and Low Income Children: A Review of Current Research, (Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, November 5, 2002), www.cbpp.org 59 Allan R. Odden and Law rence O. Picus, School Finance: A P olicy P erspective (Boston: McGraw Hill): 47.

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27 Finance Program to determine adequate funding levels. The results will benefit both policymakers and add to the understanding of adequacy measures. First, this study will help to shape the policies relating to expenditures that will provide an adequate education for Floridas public school students. Second, the analysis is the most unders tandable by the public and policymakers making it applicable. Finally, given the current research in financial education, this particular study will add to the general understanding of how to measure the adequacy of a finance distribution formula that has withstood equity scrutiny. Given the state of Florida has similar expenditures across districts, a successful schools approach with a poverty weight will attempt to address this issue. Limitations to the Study This study is limited to the elementary, middle, and high schools located in Floridas sixty seven districts. The results, relationships, and effects were developed using data from Floridas elementary, middle, and high schools and therefore were appropriate only to this state. No attempt was mad e to analyze the cost eff iciency of each school district or whether the current money spent is directly related to student performance. Organization of the Study This study contained five chapters. Chapter one reviewed the national finance litigation hi story and provided a framework for Florida. Category classification for the state constitutions was discussed and Floridas Category IV placement. Then Floridas adequacy litigation history was examined with focus placed on future challenges based on adequacy arguments. This background information support ed the rationale for the study. Chapter two provided an overview of poverty and its relationship to adequacy. Four different approaches to determine adequacy were then discussed and example studies from various states were summarized. A final summary of adequacy studies were tabulated and

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28 discussed to determine nationa l trends. The chapter concluded with an overview of the Florida Education Finance Program. Chapter three outlined the methodology used to determine the adequacy of Floridas funding. Chapter four contained a discussion of the results. Finally, Chapter five summarized the findings of the study and implications for Florida. This chapter conclude d with recommendations for future studies.

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29 CHAPTER 2 REVIEW OF THE LITERA TURE The United States Poverty Rates The United States Census Bureau defines poverty using an absolute threshold; therefore poverty is captured at a fixed point in time and updated solely for price changes.1 For a four member household in 2007, the weighted poverty threshold was $21,203. ( Refer to Table 2 1) The United States poverty rate in 2007 was 12.5 percent which is not statistically different from 2006, however, the percent has increased significantly (11.3 percent) since the 2000 low 2 The total number of people in the United States in poverty wa s 36.5 million in 2007.3 ( Re fer to Figure 2 1 ) Although the poverty rate for the total population has not changed since 2006, the poverty rate for children under the age of eighteen years old has increased. In 2007 the percent was 18.0 percent, an incr ease from 17.4 percent in 2006.4 In people ages eighteen to sixty four years old the poverty rate was 10.9 percent and for the elderly, people over sixty five years old, the poverty rate was 9.7 percent.5 For these two subgroups the poverty rate was half of the childrens poverty rate in the United States. When all three subgroups are graphed simultaneously from 1959 to 2007, the elderlys poverty rate has decreased dramatically since 1965. For the same time period, the childrens poverty rate has incr eased. Since 2000 the poverty rate for children is at an all time high. ( Refer to Figure 2 2) 1 Constance F. Citro and Robert T. Michael, eds., Measuring Poverty: A New Approach, (Washington D.C.: National Academy Press,1995) : 31. 2 U.S. Census Bureau, 2008 Annual Social and Economic Supplement, (U.S. Census Bureau Housing and Household Economic Statistics Division) http://www.census.gov/cps/ (accessed March 3, 2009). The data is from the Current Population Survey (CPS) with a sample survey of 100,000 households nationwide. The data reflect conditions in the 2007 calendar year. 3 Ibid. 4 Ibid. 5 Ibid.

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30 The United States Children and Poverty Census 2000 reported that a total of 19,176,000 children live in poverty in the United States.6 The highest concentrat ion of poverty, 14.2 percent, was also concentrated in the southern region of the United States.7 ( Refer to Table 2 2) Of the total children living in poverty, one third of the children reside in four states: California (2.5 million), Texas (1.6 millio n) New York (1.2 million), and Florida (.9 million).8 In 2007 Florida ranked twenty second in total number of people living in poverty (18,044,000). ( Refer to Table 2 3) Focusing on only the number of children under the age of eighteen living in povert y, Florida ranked lower at twenty fifth with a 17.9 percent poverty rate and a margin of error of +/ 0.6. ( Refer to Table 24) Census 2000 also revealed that communities have changed since the 1990 Census. About one half of Americans live in the subur bs, one quarter live in rural areas, and one quarter live in cities.9 The suburb population is increasing and the diversity of the metropolitan areas is increasing. Poverty is no longer concentrated in just the cities but has spread out into the suburbs.10 6 Alemayehu Bishaw, Areas with Concentrated Poverty: 1999, Census 2000 Special Reports ( Washington D.C.: U.S. Department of Commerce Economics and Statistics Administration, July 2005). The Census 2000 Summary Data File 3 is available at http://factfinder.census.gov. 7 U.S. Census Bureau, 2008 Annual Social and Economic Supplement http://www.census.gov/cps/ (accessed March 3, 2009). 8 Ibid. 9 Alemayehu Bishaw, Areas with Concentrated Poverty: 1999, Census 2000 Special Reports (Washington D.C.: U.S. Department of Commerce Economics and Statistics Administration, July 2005). 10 Harold Hodgkinson, Leaving Too Many Children Behind, The Institute for Educational Leadership (Washington D.C., April 2003).

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31 The U nited States Education Expenditures The United States spends 5.9 percent on pupil expenditure on education as a percent of the Gross Domestic Product which ranked the United States eighteenth out of seventy countries identified as having high huma n development for 20022005.11 As a percent of total government expenditure for 20022005, the United States spent 15.5 percent which ranked it nineteenth out of seventy countries identified as having high human development.12 These statistics place the Un ited States in the bottom of the top third of nations in the world in educational spending patterns. In Warranting Failure: The System that Breeds Poverty and Starves Public Schools Alexander and Salmon recalculated the United States education spendi ng rank in the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) Countries. Originally calculated as fourth in spending and twenty fourth in math test scores as measured by the Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA), Alexander a nd Salmon took into account the tax effort to support education which included both poverty and the ability for a country to pay. When poverty was taken into account, the weighted per pupil expenditure re ranked the United States thirteenth. When the add itional tax effort is included, the United States rank was twenty second which was close to the PISA test scores. Applying a regression equation to the PISA 8th grade mathematics scores and tax effort, an r2 of .24 was calculated which implied that tax e ffort has a positive effect on student achievement.13 11 The United Nations Development Programme, Human Development Report 2007/2008, (New York: Palgr ave Mcmillan 2007) http://hdr.undp.org/en/. 12 Ibid. 13 Kern Alexander and Richard G. Salmon, Warranting Failure: The System that Breeds Poverty and Starves Public Schools, Journal of Education Finance 33, no. 2 (Fall 2007).

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32 Poverty and Student Achievement In 1964 section 402 of the Civil Rights Act directed the Commissioner of Education to C onduct a survey and make a report to the President and Congress, within two years of the enactment of this title, concerning the lack of availability of equal educational opportunities for individuals by reason of race, color, religion or national origin in public education institutions at all levels in the United States, its terr itories and possessions, and the District of Columbia.14 The survey titled Equality of Educational Opportunity would later become known as The Coleman Report and was published in 1966.15 The Coleman Report analyzed 1965 data from 570,000 students, 60,000 te achers, and 4,000 elementary and secondary schools.16 The report stated that achievement disparities between African American students and their w hite counterparts were largely due to the socioeconomic make up of the students attending the schools rather t han the inputs. The revolutionary impact of the report was that it focused on outputs, student performance, instead of the historical approach of inputs. Not only did The Coleman Report prompt desegregation through bussing but also began the controversy on spending and student achievement.17 In 1966 the Harvard University Faculty Seminar on The Coleman Report convened for a year to shape the public educational policies for the United States.18 Eric Hanushek was one of the seventy five participants in the seminar. Hanushek would continue to publish subsequent studies on money and student achievement and in 1977 published an updated article examining 14 Civil Rights Act of 1964. P.L. 88352. 78. 402 (1964). 15 James S. Coleman et. al., Equality of Educational Opportunity, (Washington, U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, Office of Education, 1966). 16 Ibid. 17 Gordon Marshall. "Coleman Report." A Dictionary of Sociology. 1998. Encyclopedia.com. http://www.encyclopedia.com/doc/1088ColemanReport.html (March 14, 2009); Barbara Kiviat, The Social Side of Schooling, Johns Hopkins Magazine April 2000. http://jhu.edu/~humag. 18 Debra Viadero, Race Reports Influence Felt 40 Years Later, EdWeek, 25,no. 41 (June 21, 2006): 2124.

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33 thirty years of production function research.19 Hanushek analyzed ninety studies involving threehundredand seventy seven production function analysis that examined the relationship between school inputs and student achievement. Hanushek conclusions from the analysis were Todays schools exhibit continuing inefficiency in their operations as there is no strong or consistent relationship between variations in school resources and student performance.20 Furthermore, Hanushek contended that determining an adequate level of funding is a political and economic issue and there currently exists no objective method of indicating what resources are required for an adequate level of student performance.21 As a response to Hanusheks research, Hedges, Laine, and Greenwald performed a meta analysis on the same data using a more sophisticated synthesis method and came to the conclusion that inputs do positively affect school outcomes.22 Hedges and Greenwald would then reduce the study to only longitudinal studies and determined the same conclusions that school resources are systematically related to student achievement and that these relations are large enough to be educationally important.23 Their conclusion was to shift current school finance research from Does money matter? to the issue of how resources matter in specific circumstances.24 19 Eric Hanushek, Assessing the Effects of School Resources on Stude nt Performance: An Update, Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis 19, no. 2 (1977). 20 Ibid, 141. 21 Ibid, 154. 22 Larry V. Hedges, Richard D. Laine, and Rob Greenwald, Does Money Matter? A Meta Analysis of Studies of the Effects of Differential Schoo l Inputs and Student Outcomes, Educational Researcher 23, no. 3 (1994): 514. 23 Larry V. Hedges and Robert Greenwald, Have Times Changed? The Relation between School Resources and Student Performance, in Does Money Matter?, ed. Gary Burtless (Washington, D.C.: Brookings Institution, 1996): 90. 24 Ibid, 90.

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34 In 2004 Lee and Burkham analyzed the U.S. Department of Educations Early Childhood Longitudinal Study that specifically examined the United States kindergartners using a comprehensive national database. Before kindergarteners begin school, the children in the highest socioeconom ic (SES) group scored 60 percent higher than the children in the lowest SES group.25 ( Refer to Figure 2 3) Upon entering school, the kindergarteners in the lower SES group started in lower quality elementary schools thus amplifying the setback. The lowe r quality elementary schools were based on the schools student achievement scores, resources, teachers qualifications, teachers attitudes, neighborhood and facility conditions. In 1999 Nyhan and Alkadry analyzed the impact of increasing expenditures on student achievement scores in South Florida.26 Examining reading, math, and writing scores from 561 elementary, middle, and high schools, the researchers used a multi variant regression model and determined that smaller class size is slightly significant at the elementary level ( 0.076). Although no significance was found at the middle school level, the high school level was significant at 0.515. With further examination, it was determined that the poverty students identified by free and reduced lunch s harply decreased from 58.02 percent in elementary school and 52.32 percent in middle school to 25.75 percent in high school. According to the school district officials, the free and reduced lunch rate dramatically drops in high school due to peer pressure and the negative stigma associated with signing up for the program which confounds the results at the high school level. Furthermore, the majority of the effect size at can be accounted for by poverty. At the elementary level poverty was significant at .0898, at the middle school level poverty was significant at .0830, and finally at the high school level poverty was 25 Valerie E. Lee and David T. Burkham, Inequality at the Starting Gate, The Economic Policy Institute (2004) http://www.epinet.org/content.cfm?id=617#exec 26 Ronald C. Nyhan and Moahmad G. Alkadry, The Impact of School Resources on Student Test Scores, Journal of Education Finance 25, no. 2 (Fall 1999).

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35 significant at 0.606. It is important to note that the poverty significance was still larger in magnitude than the class size at the hi gh school level. The conclusion was this study consistently reinforces the previous findings that poverty is the primary determinant of student achievement scores.27 Car r, Gray, and Holley examined the spending of seventy high poverty districts in the state of Ohio during the 20052006 school year.28 The purpose of the study was to determine if the school districts were allocating resources to individual schools in the relative proportion of the students needs. Using a weighted average expenditure ba sed on categorical funding, the total per pupil weighted expenditures were calculated for each individual school. The amount was compared to what was actually allocated by the district office. The method used for calculating the weighted index and subseq uent comparisons done in this study were reliant on the previous work done by the Annenberg Institute. 29 ( Refer to Figure 2 4) Pearsonr correlations were calculated for per pupil expenditures and percentage of disadvantaged students at the school level The result was 57 percent of the highpoverty school districts had a correlation .40.30 Although apparently acceptable, there were 40 percent of the students not receiving any additional resources.31 In terms of total money, $300 million dollars was not being received by disadvantaged students.32 This resulted in 167,000 students attending schools where the money 27 Ibid at 224. 28 Matthew J. Carr, Nathan L. Gray, and Marc J. Holley, Shortchanging Disadvantaged Students: An Analys is of Intra district Spending Patterns in Ohio, Journal of Educational Research and Policy Studies 7, no. 1 (2007). 29 The Annenberg Institute for School Reform at Brown University, Assessing Inequities in School Funding within Districts, Center on Rein venting Public Education (June 2002). http://www.schoolcommunities.org/ Archive/images/SBB_Tool.pdf 30 Matthew J. Carr, Nathan L. Gray, and Marc J. Holley, Journal of Educational Research and Policy Studies 31 Ibid. 32 Ibid.

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36 received is lower than what is allocated by the state of Ohio for the disadvantaged population at that particular school.33 Poverty Weights T he Center on Budget and Policy Priorities surveyed the fifty states to determine if some education funds were allocated based on poverty. Using 20012002 school year data, thirty eight states used an implicit poverty weight that varied between .019 to .587 with the average being .172.34 ( Refer to Figure 2 5) In cluding the states that do not have an implicit poverty weight, the average dropped to .151.35 The most commonly used additional poverty weight was .25.36 The total separate programs implemented ar e seventy five which totaled $8.7 billion dollars during the 2001 2002 school year.37 From 19941995, twenty four poverty based programs were implemented.38 An additional thirty eight were added after 1995.39 The new poverty based programs equaled 83 percent of the total programs nationally. In addition, twenty one states have a statutory poverty weight requirement.40 Taken together, the additional programs 33 Ibid. 34 William J. Mathis, Financial Challenges, Adequacy, and Equity in Rural Schools and Communities, Journal of Education Finance 29, no. 2(Fall 2003); Kevin Carey, State Poverty Based Education Funding: A Survey of Current Programs and Options for Improvement, (Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, November 7, 2002), www.cbpp.org 35 Ibid. 36 R C raig Wood and A nthony Rolle Determining the Cost of Providing an Adequate Education in the State of Montana (Gainesville, FL: R.C. Wood and Associates, October 15, 2005), http://rcwoodassoc.com/resear ch.shtml ; R C raig Wood and A nthony Rolle State of Rhode Island Education Adequacy Study Final Report (Gainesville, FL: R. C raig Wood and A nthony Rolle April 2, 2007), http://rcwoodassoc.com/research.sh tml ; Kevin Carey, Overview of K 12 Finance, (Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, November 7, 2002), www.cbpp.org ; Kevin Carey, Education Funding and Low Income Children: A Review of Current Research, (Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, November 5, 2002), www.cbpp.org ; Kevin Carey, A Survey of Current Programs and Options for Improvement 37 Ibid. 38 Ibid. 39 Ibid. 40 Ibid.

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37 and statutory poverty weights suggest that policymakers have moved to increasing funding to poverty children within the last decade. That cost has been estimated as having a linear relationship between concentration of children in poverty and per pupil costs.41 However, the inconsistency of how the poverty weights are determined has caused varying adjust ments across states and the adjustments are based on expenditures instead of real costs making the estimates lower.42 In order to update the 20022002 Center on Budget and Policy Priorities survey, Verstegen and Jordan surveyed the fifty states in 20062007. The chief state school finance officers or person with expertise on the state school finance system provided the information. The states still currently use one of the following methods for the finance formulae: foundation programs, district power equalization systems, fullstate funding or flat grants. Forty states use a foundation program, three use a district power equalizing system, one uses full state funding, one uses a flat grant, and five use a combination.43 ( Refer to Table 2 5 ) Most states, thirty four, use a poverty weight.44 The weights vary from as low as .05 to as high as 1.00.45 The most common poverty weight is .25.46 Overall trends from the survey show that there is an increase in foundation programs and increased recognition for di fferentiated needs of students that the researchers attribute to changes in statelevel accountability systems.47 41 Kern Alexander and Richard Salmon, Public School Finance (Boston: Allyn & Bacon, 1995). 42 Michael F. Addonizio, From Fiscal Equity to Educational Adequacy: Lessons from Michigan, Journal of Education Finance 28, no. 4 (Spring 2003). 43 Deborah A. Verstegen and Teresa S. Jordan, A Fifty State Survey of School Finance Policies and Programs: An Overview, Journal of Education Finance 34, no. 3 (Winter 2009). 44 Ibid. 45 Ibid. 46 Ibid. 47 Ibid, 213.

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38 Free and Reduced Lunch The National School Lunch Act was enacted by the S eventy N inth Congress in 1946.48 The act gave permanent status to the National School Lunch Program guaranteeing the program annual appropriations for equipment, administrative expenses, and food. In educational finance literature, participation in the federal free and reduced priced lunch program serves as a proxy for poverty.49 For the period from July 1, 2006, through June 30, 2007, 130 percent of the poverty level was $26,000 for a family of four, and the 185% level was $37,000.50 During the 2007 fiscal year 30.5 million children received lunch.51 Approximately half of the 30.5 million children qualified for free lunch under the 2006 through 2007 income thresholds.52 Data from the 2001 2002 Center on Budget and Policy Priorities survey also revealed that states predominately depend on federal pro grams to determine poverty levels at schools. Twenty of the states determined funding allocations by the free and reduced lunch rates while ten states used only the free lunch rates.53 Six states relied on data from the U.S. Census Bureau, three states relied on the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) benefits, and one state 48 42 U.S.C. 1751 49 Kern Alexander and And rew Wall, Adequate Funding of Education Programs for At Risk Children: An Econometric Application of Research Based Cost Differentials, Journal of Education Finance 31, no. 3 (Winter 2006); Kevin Carey, State Poverty Based Education Funding: A Survey of Current Programs and Options for Improvement, (Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, November 7, 2002), www.cbpp.org 1 and 7; Kevin Carey, Overview of K 12 Finance, (Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, Novemb er 7, 2002), www.cbpp.org 50 U.S. Department of Agriculture Food and Nutrition Service, Income Eligibility Guidelines School Year 2006 2007, (Alexandria VA: U.S. Department of Agriculture 2007 2008) http://www.fns.usda.gov/cnd /Governance/ notices/iegs/IEGs.htm (accessed March 2, 2009). 51 Ibid. 52 Ibid. 53 Kevin Carey, State Poverty Based Education Funding: A Survey of Curr ent Programs and Options for Improvement, (Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, November 7, 2002) Kevin Carey, Overview of K 12 Finance, (Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, November 7, 2002), www.cbpp.org

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39 relied on the food stamp program.54 Of the methods used, the free and reduced lunch program more accurately estimates the number of children at poverty within a given school Using only the free lunch data severely undercuts the number of poverty children since approximately half of the students receive free lunches.55 In addition, the Title I Census Bureau data are an estimate derived from surveying a sample of households w ithin a district. The poverty level, although accurate, is only accurate at the district level and not at the school level. Each district may contain several schools with varying poverty levels. Furthermore, the TANF program only identifies students substantially below the poverty line and does not reflect the total number of children at poverty. Finally, some states do use a combination of data sources to determine the poverty level at each school. This appears to be the most accurate in terms of esti mating all the poverty children at a given school, however it is more difficult to implement due to the number of data sources needed. 56 According to Alexander and Wall, Adequate costs of instruction depend on both the concentration of low income childre n and the degree of poverty of children.57 State Education Finance Systems and Poverty Weights Even though a majority of the states have implemented a poverty weight, the implementation method varies from state to state. The policies are reflected in ho w the poverty moneys are distributed. Six states use standardized test scores within the funding formula to aid 54 Ibi d. 55 U.S. Department of Agriculture Food and Nutrition Service, Income Eligibility Guidelines School Year 2006 2007, (Alexandria: VA: U.S. Department of Agriculture 20072008) http://www.fns.usda.gov/cnd/Governance/ notices/iegs/IEGs.htm (accessed March 2, 2009). 56 Kevin Carey, State Poverty Based Education Funding: A Survey of Current Programs and Options for Improvement, (Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, November 7, 2002), www.cbpp.org 1 and 7 57 Kern Alexander and Andrew Wall, Adequate Funding of Education Programs for At Risk Children: An Econometric Application of Research Based Cost Differentials, Journal of Education Finance 31, no. 3 (Winter 2006): 303.

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40 in identification of poverty schools.58 The two methods are either by modifications to the state foundation formulas or by separate categorical funding called grants. Twenty of the states use a weight attached to the foundation formula.59 In a foundation formula, additional student funded weights are determined and then added on to the original value of 1. Therefore if the average poverty wei ght was applied to a foundation formula, the addition would be .172 for a total of 1.172 for poverty children. Thompson and Wood refer to vertical adjustments made in basics formulas as need equalization in order to aid the economically distressed. This type of additional funding is categorized as compensatory education that helps in equalizing the students in poverty.60 Approximately seven percent of federal spending is allocated to compensatory programs for disadvantaged students.61 The advantage to hav ing a weight attached to the foundation formula is it gives school districts more discretion on how to use the money. Twenty five states have poverty based categorical funding in the form of categorical grants. This type of allocation is distributed as e ither a flat grant amount per poverty student or a flat amount based on the districts average poverty. Spending of the money is associated with a particular program with less discretion on the allocation. Adequacy In 1989, the Kentucky Supreme Court dete rmined that the Kentucky educational finance system was unconstitutional and all school aged children had a right to an adequate education.62 58 Kevin Carey, State Poverty Based Education Funding: A Survey of Current Programs and Options for Improvement, (Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, November 7, 2002), www.cbpp.org 59 I bid. 60 David C. Thompson and R. Craig Wood, Money and Schools: A Handbook for Practioners, (New York: Eye on Education, Inc. 1998): 68. 61 Eric Hanushek, The Alchemy of Costing Out an Adequate Education, Adequacy Lawsuits: Their Growing Impact on Ame rican Educatio n, (Harvard University: Kennedy School of Government, 2005): 8. 62 Rose V. Council for Better Education, 790 S.W.2d 186 (Ky. 1989).

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41 Kentuckys Supreme Court decision changed the face of educational finance by creating an origin for the definition of adequacy and a standards based educational reform measured by student performance.63 Historically, school finance has concentrated primarily on the inputs. The gauge used was whether the inputs were equitable within the same district or state.64 Now c onsideration must also be made to outputs, specifically student achievement.65 Additionally, the two, inputs and outputs, must be linked. William Clune defined adequacy as the resources which are sufficient to achieve some educational result, such as a m inimum passing grade on a state achievement test.66 Therefore, the goal of current school finance is to determine the amount of funding that will be adequate to deliver high minimum student achievement.67 Equity vs. Adequacy The shift from equity to adequacy is due primarily to the national standards based reform movement and the litigation associated with providing an adequate education.68 In the 1977 landmark case of Horton v. Meskill the Connecticut Supreme Court ruled that education in Connecticu t was so basic and fundamental that any intrusion on the right must be strictly scrutinized.69 The Connecticut flat foundation grant provided each student equal state aid with 63 Allan Odden and Lawrence D. Picus, School Finance: A Policy Perspective (New York: McGraw Hill, 2004). 64 Ibid. 65 Patricia F. First and Barbara M. DeLuca, The Meaning of Educational Adequacy: The Confusion of DeRolph, Journal of Law and Education 32, no. 2 (2003). 66 William H. Clune, "Accelerated Education as a Remedy for High Poverty Schools," Journal of Law Reform 28, no. 3 (1995). 67 Lawrence D. Picus, "Student Level Finance Data: Wave of the Future?," Clearing House 74, no. 2 (November December 2000) ; Allan R. Odden and William H. Clune, "School Finance Systems: Aging Structures in Need of Revolution," Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis 20, no. 3 (Fall 1998). 68Allan R. Odden and John G. Augenblick, "From Equity to Adequacy" (paper presented at the WestEd, San Francisco, California, July 2000) ; Allan Odden, "The New School Finance," Phi Delta Kappan 83, no. 1 (September 2001) ; Patricia F. First and Barbara M. De Luca, "The Meaning of Educat ional Adequacy: The Confusion of Derolph," Journal of Law & Education 32, no. 2 (April 2003). 69 Horton v. Meskill, 172 Conn. 615 (1977).

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42 approximately 70 percent of the total resulting from local sources. Thus, stude nts residing in property poor towns were not given equal access due to the vast disparity in revenue per student. The expenditures were in some cases twice as much for a property rich town student as a property poor town student. As a result of the litigation, the legislature developed a more equitable funding scheme known as the Guaranteed Tax Base Formula (GTB). Two decades later in Sheff v. ONeill the Connecticut Supreme Court held that students in the Hartford public schools were racially, ethnical ly and economically isolated and that, as a result, Hartford public school students had not been provided a substantially equal educational opportunity under the state constitution. 70 The Hartford public school system had not provided students with a min imally adequate education.71 Robert Berne and Leanna Stiefel define the difference as being a distinction between adequacy and equity concepts is the focus on sufficient and absolute levels in adequacy and on relative levels or distribution in equity.72 W hile equity deals with equal treatment, adequacy deals with providing a high base funding level. From Rothsteins perspective, the need to address adequacy in lieu of equity is due to an equal amount of too little is not enough. 73 In addition, equity studies concentrate just on the distribution of spending, ignoring shortfalls in student achievement compared to state goals.74 70 Sheff v O'Neill, 238 Conn. 1, 678 A.2d 1267 (1996), 3738, 47. 71 Ibid. 72 Robert Berne and Leanna Stiefel, "Concepts of School Finance Equity: 1970 to the Present," in Equity and Adequacy in Education Finance: Issues and Perspectives eds. Rosemary Chalk Helen Fr. Ladd, and Janet S. Hansen (Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press, 1999). 73 Margaret Hadderman, "Equity and Adequacy in Educational Finance," ERIC Digest Number 129 (1999). 74 Eric Hanushek, Adequacy Lawsuits: Their Growing Impact on American Education, 9.

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43 The leveling up of low spending districts will provide students with equal opportunity and the abilit y to produce higher achievement gains.75 This process will not only produce gains on the adequacy front, but increases in equity will also occur.76 Maintaining equity ensures that students have an equal opportunity to educational resources regardless of their background. Both equity and adequacy are designed to address the needs of the same children, ones at poverty. Although litigation has stimulated the adequacy movement, William Clune states that during the 1990s school finance was in a transitional pe riod that he named equity plus.77 Since then litigation involving adequacy has occurred before, during, and after adequacy studies have been initiated and conducted. Therefore, the interrelationship between the courts and adequacy analysis has been far more complex than just a casual relationship. ( Refer to Table 2 6 for an overview of state litigation and adequacy studies ). Seemingly in flux, adequacy had not yet been realized for various reasons. First, the current financial system has been molded t o address equity within states.78 Examining twenty years of data associated with 16,000 school districts, Murray, Evans, and Schwab determined that court mandated education reform have reduced within state funding inequality between 19 to 34 percent.79 By reducing the range of spending, poor districts rose 11 percent, median districts by 8 percent, and wealthy districts remained relatively constant. The results support the improvement of educational opportunity through 75 Odden, Phi Delta Kappan; Odden and Clune, Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis Odden and Clune suggests several strategies for setting fiscal equity and adequacy policy targets. 76 Odden, Phi Delta Kappan; Allan R. Odden, "The New School Finance : Providing Adequacy and Improving Equity," Journal of Education Finance 25, no. 4 (Spring 2000). 77 William H. Clune, "The Shift from Equity to Adequacy in School Finance," World & I 8, no. 9 (September 1993); Margaret Hadderman, "Trends and Issues", The University of Oregon College of Education, 2002. http://eric.uoregon.edu/trends_issues/finance/04.html (accessed February 16, 2009); Dennis Patrick Leyden, Adequacy, Accountability, and the Future of Public Education Funding (New York: Springer, 2004): 148149. 78 Picus, Clearinghouse 79 Sheila E. Murray, William N. Evans, and Robert M. Schwab, "Education Finance Reform and the Distribution of Education Resources," The American Economic Review 88, no. 4 (September 1998).

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44 funding without penalizing wealthy di stricts. However, the litigation only affected sixteen states at the time of the study and only affected within state inequality. The issue of whether funding meets the threshold of adequate spending was never addressed.80 Second, the operationalization of adequacy studies remains difficult and extremely controversial.81 This particular issue will be addressed in the remainder of the chapter when the four approaches to determine adequacy are discussed. Third, there exists a lack of a coherent research bo dy on the topic of adequacy .82 William Clune discusses the fragmentation of finance research with respect to adequate funding. Specifically he calls for additional work on adequacy simulations under different cost assumptions with care taken to evaluate t he needs of the poor.83 Furthermore, there is a lack of agreement among researchers on the names of the four adequacy approaches. Simple standardization of the names in the literature would help alleviate confusion. Moreover, the need for consistency is becoming increasingly important as states use multiple designs and modifications to meet the public policy needs.84 ( Refer to Table 2 7) 80 Allan Odden and Carolyn Busch, Financing Schools for High Performance: Strategies for Improving the Use of Educational Resources (San Francisco: Jos sey Bass, 1998). 81 Eric Hanushek, Science Violated: Spending Projections and the Costing Out of an Adequate Education, in Courting Failure: How School Finance Lawsuits Exploits Judges Good Intentions and Harm Our Children. (Hoover Institution: E ducation Next, 2006); Eric Hanushek, Is the Evidence Based Approach a Good Guide to School Finance Policy?, Education Next (March 2007 ) http://edpro.stanford.edu/hanushek/ content.asp?contentId=49 ; Eric Hanushek, Adequacy Lawsuits: Their Growing Impact on American Education. 82 Ibid. 83 William H. Clune, "The Empirical Argument for Educational Adequacy, the Critical Gaps in Knowledge Base, and a Suggested Research Agenda," Selected Papers in School Finance NCES 97 536 (1995). 84 Lori Taylor, Bruce Baker, and Arnold Vedlitz, Measuring Educational Adequacy in Public Schools, (Bush School Working Paper #580, The Bush School of Government and Public Service, Texas A&M University, 2005).

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45 Four Approaches to Determine Adequacy To determine adequacy, researchers use four approaches: Professional Judgment, Ev idenceBased, Statistical Analysis, and Successful Schools.85 Each method approaches adequacy in a different way. Since 2001 there has been a notable increase in the number of Professional Judgment studies being done. 86 Of the thirty eight states where adequacy studies have been conducted, t hirty states have been analyzed using the Professional Judgment Approach. Sixteen have been analyzed using the Successful Schools Approach. Eleven states have been analyzed using Evidence Based Approach, and finally nine states have been analyzed using Statistical Analysis Approach.87 Thirty five of the thirty eight states where studies have been done took poverty into consideration in at least one of the adequacy studies if multiple studies have been performed.88 ( Refer to Table 2 7 ) Lawrence Picus as well as R. C raig Wood and Anthony Rolle recommend that policymakers perform multiple studies using all four approaches to determine the best answer for the unique needs of each state.89 85 Picus, Clearinghouse ; Ross Rubenstein, "Racial Disparities in School Finance Adequacy: Evidence from Georgia and the Nation," (Georgia State University, 2001) ; John Augenblick, John Myers, and Amy Anderson, Equity and Adequacy in School Funding, The Future of Children 7, no. 3 (Winter 1997): 63 78. ; Allan Odden, "Equity and Adequacy in School Finance Today," Phi Delta Kappan 85, no. Number 2 (October 2003) ; Lawrence D. Picus and Leslie Blair, "School Finance Adequacy: The State Role," SEDL Letter March 2004. ; Andrew Reschovsky and Jennifer Imazeki, "Achieving Educational Adequacy through School Finance Reform," in Consortium for Policy Research in Education Research Report Series (RR045) (University of Pennsylvania, October 2000) ; Andrew Reschovsky and Jennifer Imazeki, "Achieving Educational Adequacy through School Finance Reform," Journal of Education Finance 26, no. 4 (Spring 2001). Due to the lack of consensus among the researchers regarding the names and numbers of adequacy approaches, multiple citations were necessary. 86 Rubenstein, "Racial Disparities in School Finance Adequacy: Evidence from Georgia and the Nation." 87 Baker, Taylor, and Vedlitz, "Measuring Educational Adequacy in Public Schools." ; Lori Benton Examination and Application of the Education Adequacy Models and Studies to the State of Florida PhD diss ., University of Florida, 2009; Access Quality Education: School Funding, Litigation, and Advocacy, http://www.schoolfunding.info/index.php3 (accessed March 11, 2009). 88 Ibid. 89 Picus and Blair, "School Finance Adequacy: The State Role." ; R. Craig Wood and Anthony Rolle, Improving Adequacy Concepts in Education Finance: A Heuristic Examination of the Professional Judgment Research Protocol, 2007. http://rcwoodassoc.com/.

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46 Adequacy Approach # 1: Professional Judgment Approach Jay Chambers and Tom Parrish created the Professional Judgment Approach almost twenty five years ago. 90 The Professional Judgment Approach has also been referred to as the professional expert model, expert design approach, the resource cost model, and the collective judgment model. The model focuses more on the inputs that will produce a specified basket of outcomes A panel of experts is formed that determines what inputs are necessary for desired outcomes usually determined by state education policy. Through col laboration a prototype school is created and used for a base funding model. In its infancy, Chambers and Parrish used statistical modeling to estimate costs and within state cost differences.91 However, later implementation of this approach has abandoned this process due to its complexity and in comprehensibility to policy makers, educators, and citizens.92 Currently, the Professional Judgment Approach is the most commonly used approach in the United States.93 ( Refer to Table 27) Adequacy Approach # 1 State Example : Professional Judgment Approac h in Wyoming In 1995 the Wyoming Supreme Court determined that education was the most important state responsibilities.94 All other aspects of state government had to yield to 90Jay Chambers and Thomas Parrish, The Development of Resource Cost Model Funding Base for Education Finance in Illinois, (Stanford, CA: Associates for Education Finance and Plannin g 1983); Jay Chambers and Thomas Parrish "State Level Education Finance." In Adva nces in Educational Productivity, ed Herbert J. Walberg (Greenwich, CT: JAI Press 1994): 45 74. 91 Jay Chambers and Tom Parrish, State Level Education Finance in Cost Anal ysis for Education Decisions: Methods and Examples, Advances in Educational Productivity Vol. 4 (Greenwich, CT: JAI Press. 1994): 4574. 92 National Research Council, Making Money Matter: Financing Americas Schools eds. Helen F. Ladd and Janet S. Hansen (Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press, 1990): 120 123. 93 R. Craig Wood and Anthony Rolle, Improving Adequacy Concepts in Education Finance: A Heuristic Examination of the Professional Judgment Research Protocol. 94 Campbell v. Wyoming 907 p.2d 1228, 1270 (Wy. 1995).

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47 educations needs. This resulted in limited flexibility with respect to the f unding model. The Professional Development model was applied in Wyoming by Guthrie et. al.95 Three panels of educators determined specific components that comprise an adequate education. Then the costs were analyzed through market pricing to determine a level of educational funding for a prototypi cal elementary, middle, and high school. For 19951996, the basic per pupil funding was determined to be $6,580. Later, the study and estimates were upheld in the Wyoming Supreme Court as meeting the legal adequacy test.96 Adequacy Approach #1 State Example : Professional Judgment Approach in Tennessee After Tennessee implemented the Basic Education Plan (BEP) in 1992, Lora Ann CohenVogel and Daniel R. CohenVogel analyzed the equity and adequacy of the new funding formula.97 The BEP was developed using a Professional Judgment Approach. The results of the study were an increase in all the districts funding, larger relative spending in the lower spending districts and a slightly larger gap in the funding between the smallest and largest spending districts.98 Although the range increased, the overall equity of the system improved. When the performance outcomes on the Tennessee Comprehensive Assessment Program (TCAP) were analyzed by quintiles, the increase in scores mirrored where the BEP new funds were allocated.99 The results suggested that the additional revenues had an impact on student performance and 95 James W. Guthrie et al., "A Proposed Cost Based Block Grant Model for Wyoming School Finance," (Sacramento, California: Management Analyst & Planning Associates, L.L.C., 1997). 96 Deborah A. Verstegen, "Financing the New Adequacy: Towards New Models of State Education Finance Systems That Support Standards Based Reform," Journal of Education Finance 27, no. 3 (2002). 97 Lora Ann CohenVogel and Daniel R. Cohen Vogel, Standards, Assessments, and Accountability in Tennessee in Conditions in Education in Tennessee, eds. T.M. Smith and J.W Guthrie (Forthcoming). 98 Ibid. 99 Ibid.

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48 thus improving the adequacy of funding. However, the study also stated that although the performance and spending patterns were matched, additional variability was not ruled out. Further analysis need ed to be done to link the additional funds to student achievement increases. Adequacy Approach #2: Evidence Based Approach Whole School Design, the Effective Strategies Method, or the Evidence Based A pproach uses evidence based educational strategies to determine adequate expenditure levels.100 The approach utilizes the comprehensive school design models to determine specified components required to deliver a high quality, adequate education.101 The components are then given a cost and aggregated to determine an adequate base funding. The Whole School Designs main advantage is the method also serves as a guide to spending since the basis of the approach relies on the extensive research associ ated with the comprehensive school design models.102 Odden and Picus, using formulas from Broward County, Florida, Cincinnati, Ohio, Edmonton, Canada, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and Seattle, Washington, created a basic school based budgeting framework.103 The purpose of the framework was to guide site based management of funds that retained the parameters of the state funding system. Thus, the framework allows for both flexibility and appropriate fiscal guidelines at the school level. The finalized framework contained the following five basic components: A base allocation for the norm student, adjustments for grade level differences, enhancements for curriculum purposes, 100 Odden, Phi Delta Kappan. 101 Odden and Busch, Financing Schools for High Performance: Strategies for Improving the Use of Educational Resources (San Francisco, CA: Jossey Bass, 1998). Examples of comprehensive school design models are the Modern Red Schoolhouse, Success for All, and Robert Slavins Roots to Wings. Odden and Bus ch utilize New American Schools (NAS) and Edison school designs as concrete examples, because their cost structures are clearly delineated. 102 Picus and Blair, "School Finance Adequacy: The State Role." 103 Allan Odden and Carolyn Busch, Financing Schools (1998), Odden and Picus, School Finance: A Policy Perspective.

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49 adjustments for different student needs, and adjustments for different and unique school needs.104 A hybrid approach which follows the same basic framework would be the following for a typical elementary school: Funding one elementary school with 500 students: 1 principal; 12 instructional facilitators, plus $50,000 for professional development; 4 more teachers for planning and preparation time; A strategy for struggling students, such as a base of one Reading tutor plus $1,000 for each child from a low income family (combination of any state compensatory education money and federal Title I dollars) to hire additional tutors; 14 positions for a strategy of parent outreach/student support $125,000 for computer technologies, a sum appropriate for supplies, materials, etc.; funding for the schools mildly disabled students.105 Adequacy Approach #2 State Example : EvidenceBased Approach in New Jersey After twenty five years of litigation, the New Jersey Supreme Court ordered that the state finance system be changed to decrease the funding disparities between the poor and wealthy school districts.106 Abbott IV resulted in an increase of approximately $250 million dollars to the A bbott districts.107 Abbott V Abbott VIII provided the Abbott districts with approximately $9,000 per child plus state and federal categorical program dollars to implement Roots and Wings.108 104 Odden, Phi Delta Kappan. 105 Ibid. 106 Abbott v Burke 495 A 376 (1985). 107 Abbott I (Abbott v. Burke, 495 ); Abbott II (Abbott v. Burke, 575 A.2d 359 (1990); Abbott III (Abbott v. Burke, 643 A.2d 575 (1994); Abbott IV (Abbott v. Burke, 693 A.2d 417 (1997); Abbott V (Abbott v. Burke, 710 A.2d 450 (1998); Abbott VI (Abbott v. Burke, 748 A.2d 82 (2000, March); Abbott VII (Abbott v. Burke, 741 A.2d 1032 (2000, May) and Abbott VIII (Abbott v. Burke, 790 A.2d 842 (2002). 108 Odden, Phi Delta Kappan.

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50 Gary W. Ritter and Sherri C. Lauver using 2000 2001 data determi ned that the thirty Abbott districts had been provided an adequate level of financing since the implementation of the new funding. 109 In sharp contrast, the nonAbbott districts funding formula still depended primarily on local wealth.110 In addition, the two litigant groups were affected differentially. Paying higher taxes to maintain student performance on the New Jersey statewide assessments penalized the middle wealth districts w hereas, the non Abbott poor districts still were underf unded and scored lower than the state average on the New Jersey statewide assessment.111 Although the litigation and adequacy study has decreased the disparity of Abbott districts to the wealthy districts in New Jersey, neither has improved the system comprehensively. Ther e still exist nonAbbott districts that are not receiving adequate funding for their students.112 Adequacy Approach #3: Statistical Analysis Approach The Cost Function, Econometric, or Statistical Analysis a pproach to calculating an adequate education uses regression equations that utilize multiple variables to determine a curve of best fit.113 A cost function relates data on actual spending in a district to student performance, resource prices, student needs, and other relevant characteristics of dist ricts. 114 Econometricians use the least squares analysis to determine the costs associated with varying characteristics. In effect, the dependent variable, student achievement, and the independent 109 Gary W. Ritter and Sherri C. Lauver, "School Finance Reform in New Jersey: A Piecemeal Response to a Systemic Problem," Journal of Education Finance 28, no. 4 (Spring 2003). 110 Ibid. 111 Ibid. 112 Ibid. 113 R. Craig Wood an d Anthony Rolle, Improving Adequacy Concepts in Education Finance: A Heuristic Examination of the Professional Judgment Research Protocol, 6. 114 William Duncombe and Anna Lukemeyer, "Estimating the Cost of Educational Adequacy: A Comparison of Approaches," Center for Policy Research (Albuquerque, New Mexico: March 2002).

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51 variable, spending, are switched and a correlation coeffi cient is calculated.115 The original works that lead to the creation of strategies used in the Statistical Analysis A pproach were dependent on Jay Chambers foundational research.116 School and student differences can be easily adjusted for using the Statistical Analysis approach. However, the application has been limited due to the complexity and the inability for the average policymaker to understand the methodology. 117 Often, the Statistical Analysis A pproach is referred to the Black Box for this partic ular reason. 118 Adequacy Approach #3 State Example : Statistical Analysis Approach in New York Duncombe and Yinger estimated an adequate level of funding for New York using the Statistical Analysis A pproach.119 Analyzing 4th and 8th grade reading and math s cores and high school Regents Exams in math and English, a hypothetical benchmark school district was created that had average outcomes. The standard achievement level was 140 based on the New York accountability system.120 The study yielded over a $20 bil lion dollar spending level in 1999115 Ibid. 116 Jay G. Chambers and Thomas Parrish, "The Issue of Adequacy in the Financing of Pub lic Education: How Much Is Enough?," in Project Report (Stanford, California: Institute for Research on Educational Finance and Governance, 1982) ; Jay G. Chambers, "Geographic Variations in Public Schools' Costs," in Working Papers ed. William J. Fowler, Jr., Project Officer (Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Education. National Center for Education Statistics, February 1998); Jay G. Chambers, "Public School Teacher Cost Differences across the United States," in Analysis and Methodol ogy Report ed. William J. Fowler Jr., Project Officer (Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Education. National Center for Education Statistics, October 1995) ; Jay G. Chambers, "Measuring Resources in Education: From Accounting to the Resource Cost Model Approach," in Working Papers ed. William J. Fowler,Jr., Project Officer (Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Education. National Center for Education Statistics, June 1999). 117 James W. Guthrie and Richard Rothstein, "Enabling "Adequacy" to Achieve Reality: Translating Adequacy into State School Finance Distribution Arrangeme nts," in Equity and Adequacy in Education Finance: Issues and Perspectives eds. Rosemary Chalk, Helen F. Ladd, and Janet S. Hansen (Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press, 1999). 118 Ibid, 219. 119 William Duncombe, "Estimating the Cost of an Adequate Education in New York," (Syracuse, New York: Ce nter for Policy Research, February 2002). 120 Ibid.

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52 2000 which was a $7.1 billion increase.121 The majority of the increase, 92 percent, would be funneled to New York City resulting in approximately four times the level of present funding or $15,000 per pupil.122 The remaind er would predominately be allocated to the Big Four school districts which are considered to be highneed in comparison to the remaining school districts. The Big Four school districts house 70 percent free and reduced lunch students and large numbers of limited English proficiency (LEP) children.123 In sharp contrast, the low need di stricts have poverty rates of 6 percent and more than half of the remaining districts do not have any LEP students.124 Adequacy Approach #4 : Successful Schools Approach Successful Schools, High Performance, District Model, or Empirical Observation Approach determines an exemplary school district based on actual expenditures, performance outcomes, and efficiency. 125 Outliers in the upper and lower 5 percent are not considered due to the districts uncharacteristic qualities such as extreme wealth or small size.126 After the base funding is determined, the other school districts funding needs are calculated taking in consideration local differences such as percent of free and reduced lunch students and special student population needs.127 121 Ibid. 122 Ibid. 123 Ibid. 124 Ibid. 125 Augenblick, Myers, and Anderson, The Future of Children; Michael Addonizio, "From Fiscal Equity to Educational Adequacy: Lessons from Michigan," Journal of Education Finance 28, no. 4 (Spring 2003). 126 R. C raig Wood and A nthony Rolle Determini ng the Cost of Providing an Adequate Education in the State of Montana (Gainesville, FL: R.C. Wood and Associates, October 15, 2005), http://rcwoodassoc.com/research.shtml ; R. C raig Wood and A nthony Rolle State of Rhode Island Education Adequacy Study Final Report (Gainesville, FL: R.C. Wood and Associates, April 2, 2007) 127 Ibid.

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53 Adequacy Approach #4 State Example: Successful Schools Approach in Ohio Augenblick, Alexander, and Guthrie in 1995 utilized the Successful Schools model to determine the adequate funding for Ohio.128 Augenblick later revised the study in 1997 to address the studys shortcomings.129 A ugenblick identified 102 successful districts based on obtaining sixteen out of eighteen performance outcomes.130 The top 5 percent of districts were not considered due to the uncharacteristic fiscal behavior. Sixteen of the eighteen outcomes were based pr imarily on student achievement data that fell within the following criteria: 1. A passing rate of 75% on the 4th -grade proficiency tests in reading, mathematics, writing and citizenship. 2. A passing rate of 75% on the 9th -grade proficiency test in reading, mathematics, writing and citizenship administered in the 9th grade 3. A passing rate of 85% on the 9th -grade proficiency test in reading, mathematics, writing and citizenship administered in the 10th grade 4. A passing rate o f 60% on the 12th -grade proficiency tests in reading, mathematics, writing and citizenship. 5. A dropout rate of 3% or less 6. An attendance rate of at least 93%.131 The base funding was determined to be $3,930 per pupil for 1996.132 128 John G. Augenblick, Kern Alexander, and James W. Guthrie, "Report of the Panel of Experts: Proposals for the Elimination of Wealth Based Disparities in Education," (1995). 129 John G. Augenblick, "Recommendations for a Base Figure and Pupil Weighted Adjustments to the Base Figure for Use in a New School Finance System in Ohio ," (1997). 130 John G. Augenblick, K. Alexander, and James W. Guthrie, "Report of t he Panel of Experts: Proposals for the Elimination of Wealth Based Disparities in Education," (1995). 131 Mike Griffith, A Survey of Finance Adequacy Studies ( Education Commission of the States, September 2001) http://www.ecs.org/clearinghouse/29/23/2923.htm (accessed June 17, 2004). 132 John G. Augenblick, Kern Alexander, and James W. Guthrie, "Report of the Panel of Experts: Proposals for the Elimination of Wealth Based Disparities in Education," (1995).

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54 After reviewi ng Augenblicks Successful Schools application to Ohio, John Ruggerio concluded that the sample used to determine a successful school was actually statistically smaller and wealthier and therefore not representative of Ohios districts.133 Hence, the Successful Schools model did not project the appropriate per pupil funding required to provide an adequate education. The result was a biased distribution of money based on the Augenblicks study. Furthermore, Ruggerio contended that there was in fact enough funding, just a lack of efficiency in spending.134 Adequacy Approach # 4 State Example : Successful Schools in Michigan Michael Addonizio employed the Successful Schools A pproach with additional adjustments made for interdistrict differences to examine the adequacy of Michigans urban school districts.135 Specifically, Addonizio took into account the students socioeconomic backgrounds and teacher salary differences using an educational production function. After examining the urban school districts with greater than 50 percent free and reduced student populations, Addonizio selected two school districts The criteria were whether the school districts students scored relatively high on the Michigan Education Assessment Program (MEAP) during the 1998 1999 school year. The two districts, Kalamazoo and Ypsilanti, produced substantially different estimated costs for adequate funding. Using the more efficient school district, Kalamazoo, as the target, produced a more conservative total additional cost of $414,294,646. Whe reas, Ypsilanti produced a $1,273,879,983 total cost.136 By comparing both 133 John Ruggerio, "Determing the Base Cost of Education: An Analysis of Ohio School Districts," Contemporary Economic Policy 19, no. 3 (July 2001). 134 Ibid. 135 Addonizio, Journal of Education Finance 457 484. 136 Ibid.

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55 school districts, Addonizio demonstrated that the selection of a benchmark district is crucial in deciding target adequate funding and efficiency levels.137 Adequacy Approach #4 State Example: Successful Schools in Illinois In June of 2001 Augenblick, Myers, & Associates of Denver, Colorado (A & M) prepared an adequacy report using the Successful Schools approach for the Illinois Department of Revenue.138 Successful schools were identi fied for the study based on achievement scores on the Illinois Standards Achievement Test in reading, math, and writing. Schools that were deemed inefficient were not used in the study. The base student allocation for elementary school aged students was determined to be $4,600, and the high school amount was $7,000.139 In addition, a poverty weight was included when poverty exceeded the threshold of 20 percent. A & M also recommended a sliding weight to be used for highly concentrated levels of poverty. U se of Two Approaches: Successful Schools Approach and Professional Judgment Approach in Maryland Augenblick, Myers, & Associates of Denver, Colorado (A & M) were contracted by the Maryland Commission on Education Finance, Equity, and Excellence (the Thor ton Commission) to derive an adequate education cost.140 The Thorton Commission instructed A & M to estimate the costs using two different approaches. Using the Professional Judgment Approach, A & M determined the base cost to be $6,612 in 19992000 dollar s.141 Using the Successful Schools 137 Ibid. 138 Myers, Augenblick, & A ssociates, A Procedure of Calculating a Base Cost Figure and Adjustment for At Risk Pupils that Could be Used in the Illinois School Finance System, (June 2001). 139 Ibid. 140 Myers, Augenblick, & Associates, "Calculation of the Cost of an Adequate Education in Maryland using the Two Different Analytic Approaches," (September 2001). 141 Ibid.

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56 Approach, A & M determined the base cost to be $5,969 in 19992000 dollars.142 The latter estimate was 9.7 percent lower.143 A & M attributed this to the benchmark schools having a low percentage of special education and low inc ome students. The fifty nine schools were selected by the Maryland State Department of Education as having met the achievement standards based on test scores. Use of Two Approaches: Successful Schools Approach and Professional Judgment in Kansas Using two different approaches in May 2002, Augenblick, Myers, & Associates of Denver, Colorado (A & M) calculated the cost of an adequate education for Kansas.144 Using the Professional Judgment approach, A & M determined that the base cost per student was $5,811.145 For smaller districts, the base cost per student was estimated to be $8,541.146 At risk student populations were identified by free and reduced lunch enrollment and given additional funding ranging from $1,900 to $2,600 depending on school distric t percentage concentration.147 Using the Successful Schools approach, the 85 school districts chosen for the study were identified by achievement scores on the Kansas Reading and Math Assessments at three different grade levels. A & M determined the base cost per student to be $4,547 or 27.8 percent lower than the estimated Professional Judgment base cost per student.148 The rationalization stated for the differences in the base cost per student was the real estimate probably existed somewhere 142 Ibid. 143 Ibid. 144 Myers, Augenblick, & Associates, Calculation of the Cost of a Suitable Education in Kansas 2000 2001 using Two Different Analytical Approaches, (May 2002). 145 Ibid. 146 Ibid. 147 Ibid. 148 Ibid.

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57 between the t wo approaches estimates. Additional adjustments in the Successful Schools base cost per student were not done for special student populations including students living in poverty. Use of Two Approaches: Successful Schools Approach and Professional Judgment in Colorado To update the 2003 study done by A ugenblick Myers, & Associates of Denver, Colorado (A & M) A & M using the same approaches, Professional Judgment and Successful Schools, recalculated the costs of providing an adequate education utilizing 20042005 school year data.149 For the Professional Judgment Approach, the original nine panel members data were still used in addition to four new panel members. The combined panels determined the costs of several hypothetical schools of various demographics and sizes based on resources required to meet Colorado accreditation requirements. The base cost per student was $11,639 for a small district (500 students), $8,146 for a medium sized school district (2,500 students), and $7,252 for a large sized school district (10,000 students).150 Students who qualified for free and reduced lunch were given a weight of between .2 and .58 depending on the school district size.151 The total cost estimated was $2.1 billion in 20042005 dollars which is equivalent to a 39 percent increase over 2004 2005 levels.152 The Successful Schools approach was modified for the state of Colorado since none of the school districts were meeting the current Colorado Student Assessment Program (CSAP) 149 Myers, Augenblick, & Associates, Calculation of the Cost of an Adequate Education in Colorado using the Professional Judgment and the Successful School District Approaches, (January 2003); Myers, Augenblick, & Associates, Estimating Colorado School District Costs to Meet State and Federal Education Accountability Requirements (October 2006). 150 Ibid. 151 Ibid. 152 Ibid.

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58 achievement levels. Instead A & M determined the linear trend of school districts projected to meet 100 percent proficiency by 2014. Additionally, A & M used school district accreditation status to determine eligibility. Of the 178 school districts, 58 meet the criteria and were utilized in the study. The base cost per student was $9,381 for a small district (500 students), $6,566 for a medium sized school district (2,500 students), and $5,845 for a large sized school district (10,000 students).153 Additional adjustments for students who qualified for free and reduced lunch were the same adjustments determined using the Professional Judgment Approach. The total cost estimated was $630 million in 2004 2005 dollars which is equivalent to a 12 percent increase over 2004 2005 levels.154 Use of Two Approaches : Successful Schools Approach and Professional Judgment in Tennessee For the advocacy group, the Coalition for Tennessees Future A ugenblick, Myers, & Associates of Denver, Colorado (A & M) used both the Professional Judgment and Succ essful Schools approach to calculate an adequate education.155 Sixty six educators, categorized by working at the school level, districtlevel, or system level, participated in the study. Participants determined the average cost for different sized distric ts to meet criteria such as: students gain a years average growth, average test scores for elementary schools at national average; average ACT scores of 19 and SAT scores of 910, average competent writing scores, 80 percent of freshmen pass language an d math competency test, attendance levels, and drop out rates. The base cost per student was $6,945 for a small district, $7,035 for a moderate size district, $6,640 153 Ibid. 154 Ibid. 155 Myers, Augenblick, & Associates, Calculation of the Cost of an Adequate Education in Tennessee in 2001 2002 using the Professional Judgment Approach and the Successful School District Approach, (December 2003)

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59 for a large size district, and $6,207 for a very large district.156 Additional adjustments for students enrolled in free and reduced lunch was between $1,704 and $1,226 depending on the percentage.157 In order to implement the Successful Schools approach to Tennessee, the Tennessee Department of Education had to alter their definition of what was a successful school since none of the schools in Tennessee met the criteria. The Tennessee Department of Education had determined that earning an A rating on thirty three indicators meant the school district was successful. After modification from A & M, the criteria changed to earning an A rating on twenty eight of the thirty three indicators. The indicators were having a B or better grade on all fifteen academic achievement tests, ten value added tests, attendance, promotion, and graduation rates, and finally gateway tests (algebra and biology) Only eight of the 112 districts met the criteria to be considered successful. The base student cost using the Successful Schools approach wa s $4,949 per pupil with a range from $4,568 to $6,877.158 No additional adjustments were given for students enrolled in free and reduced lunch. Adequacy Approach #4 State Example: Successful Schools Approach in New York Two Successful Schools studies we re done for the state of New York. The first study done in January 2004 used data from three consecutive years, 19992002.159 School districts deemed successful obtained an average of 80 percent of the test takers scoring a Level 3 or higher on the followi ng tests: Mathematics A, Global History, U.S. History, English, Earth Science, 4th Grade Language Arts and Mathematics over the three year time period. To improve 156 Ibid. 157 Ibid. 158 Ibid. 159 New York State Education Department, Regents Proposal on State Aid to School Districts 2004 05, (January 2004).

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60 efficiency, the average per pupil expenditure was calculated using the bottom 50 percent of successful schools. A n additional adjustment of 1.0 was given for students eligible for free and reduced lunch. The base student cost was $8,878.160 The total cost was an additional $6.0 billion dollars .161 The second study by Standard and Poor also usin g a Successful Schools approach, created four achievement criteria.162 Criteria number one had K 12 school districts that met an average of fifteen indicators including test scores and graduation and retention rates. The school districts had to meet the minimum indicators and then the top 25 percent were selected for a total of 102 successful school districts. Criteria number two included school districts that had already met New York's 2005 06 Performance Index targets on six tests. In addition, the Rege nts Diploma rates and drop out rates had to be better than New Yorks state average. 180 school districts were selected as successful. Criteria number three included school districts that have already met New York's 2007 08 Performance Index targets on s ix tests. In addition, the Regents Diploma rates and dropout rates had to better than the New Yorks state average. 108 school districts were selected as successful. Criteria number four included school districts where 80% of test takers scored proficien t or above in grade 4. Additionally, the average on five Regents exams had to be 65 or above. 281 school districts were selected as successful. Taken all four criteria together, only forty four schools were identified as successful. For each scenario, a n additional weight for at risk students was given at 1.35. Regional and geographical differences were also taken into account. The lowest 50 percent of school 160 Ibid. 161 Ibid. 162 Standard and Poors, Resource Adequacy Study for the New York Commission on Education Reform, (March 2004).

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61 districts in spending were averaged for a final base student cost. For criteria number one the base student cost was $7,440.163 For criteria number two the base student cost was $7,317.164 For criteria number three the base student cost was $7,492.165 Finally, for criteria number four the base student cost was $7,294.166 The total cost ranged from $4.61 billio n to $5.57 billion when using the New York Regional Cost Index and $2.45 billion to $3.39 billion when using the Geographic Cost of Education Index.167 Use of Two Approaches: Successful Schools Approach and Professional Judgment in Connecticut Au genblick, Palaich, and Associates, Inc. (APA) used the P rofessional J udgment approach and S uccessful Schools approach to configure a base student cost.168 The professional ju dgment model utilized proficiency target scores for CMT reading, writing, and math for grades 38. Additionally, science scores from grades 58 and CAPT reading, writing, math, and science scores for grade ten were used. Three levels of panels were utilized: school level panels, districtlevel panels, and an overview panel. Hypothetic al schools were created for K 12 and K 6/8 with varying sizes of schools ranging from small, moderate, and large. Students eligible for free or reduced price lunch received an additional weight that ranged from .28 to .62 depending on the 163 Ibid. 164 Ibid. 165 Ibid. 166 Ibid. 167 Ibid. 168 Augenblick, Palaich, and Associates, Inc.,Estimating the Cost of an Adequate Education in Connecticut, (June 2005).

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62 number of students at risk in the district. The base costs for a small district was $9,207.169 For a medium district it was $9,999 and for a large district $10,388.170 For the Successful Schools methodology, adequacy was defined as meeting Connecticuts test score standard s at the 200708 adequate yearly progress (AYP) proficiency levels for total students. The AYP targets were based on Connecticut Mastery Test (CMT) scores in reading, writing, and math in grades 4, 6, and 8, and Connecticut Academic Performance Test (CAPT ) scores in grade 10. Thirty five of the 166 school distr icts were considered successful. The costs utilized for calculations were the actual costs for the successful school districts discounting any additional adjustments for students with special needs Weightings were added in based on the same numbers determined in the Professional Judgment approach. The final cost of three different sized K 12 school districts was $6,846 for small districts.171 For medium districts the cost was $7,614 and for large districts the cost was $8,003.172 Use of Two Approaches : Successful Schools Approach and Professional Judgment in South Dakota In January 2006, Augenblick, Palaich, and Associates, Inc. (APA) used both the Professional Judgment approach and Successful Schools approach to determine the base student cost for South Dakota.173 For the Professional Judgment methodology, in order to be adequate both input and outputs had to be considered. The study used seven panels with varying levels. 169 Ibid. 170 Ibid. 171 Ibid. 172 Ibid. 173 Augenblick, Palaich, and Associates, Inc., Estimating the Cost of an Adequate Education in South Dakota, (January 2006).

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63 Three panels were school l evel, three were district level, and three were an overview panel. The participants totaled fifty one. Every panel was given hypothetical schools with various demographics and sizes. The base cost per student of a very small school was $10,662.174 For a small school it was $8,107.175 For a medium school it was $7,596 an for a large school it was $6,362.176 Additional adjustments for students eligible for free and reduced lunch ranged from .24 to .72 depending on the size of the school district. The Successf ul Schools identified in the study were those districts who met one of the three criteria. The criteria were meeting the 2007 2008 proficiency levels on the South Dakota Assessment Exams during the 2003 2004 school year, having scaled scores above the Sout h Dakota s t ate mean, and finally having a five percent increase in passing scores from school year 20022003 to school year 20032004. Of the 170 school districts, forty one were identified as successful. To determine the base student cost, the average c ost was calculated from the successful schools sample. Additional weighting was given to district sizes based on the data received from the Professional Judgment study. Students enrolled in free and reduced lunch received a 1.25 weight. For very small schools the cost was $7,904, for small schools it was $6,010, for medium schools it was $5,632, and for large schools it was $4,717.177 Use of Two Approaches : Successful Schools Approach and Professional Judgment in Nevada Augenblick, Palaich, and Associates, Inc. (APA) in August of 2006 used both the Professional Judgment approach and Successful Schools approach to determine the base student 174 Ibid. 175 Ibid. 176 Ibid. 177 Ibid.

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64 cost for Nevada.178 For the Professional Judgment approach, the study used six panels. Two were school level panels, one was a district level panel, one was a special needs panel, one was a career and technical education panel, and one was an overview panel. The participants on the panel numbered thirty nine. The panels were given hypothetical schools with vary ing demographics and sizes. The panel members estimated the base student cost and APA calculated the average. For a small district of 780 students the cost was $11,327.179 For a medium district of 6,500 students the cost was $7,867.180 For a large district of 50,000 the cost was $7,229.181 Since Nevada only had seventeen districts where 86 percent of the students reside in only two districts instead of using school district data, APA used school level data. To be considered a successful school, schools had to meet two requirements. First, the school had to be on target for the 20082009 objectives using the 2003 2005 school data. To determine if a school was on target, APA used linear regression to predict the levels of achievement in t he future years. Second, schools had to meet two of the six math score proficiency levels for two of the six special needs group that included ELL, special education, at risk, and ELA. If the per pupil expenditures were more than one standard deviation f rom the mean per pupil expenditures, the schools were not considered efficient and were eliminated from the sample. 118 schools were considered successful. APA calculated the base cost to be $4,660 per pupil.182 Additional adjustments were made for special needs students including the students enrolled in free and reduced lunch. The weights were the same as the ones used in the Professional Judgment 178 Augenblick, Palaich, and Associates, Inc., Estimating the Cost of an Adequate Education in Nevada, (August 2006). 179 Ibid. 180 Ibid. 181 Ibid. 182 Ibid.

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65 approach which were between .29 to .35 depending on the district size The total cost using the Successful Schools approach for Nevada was $79.6 million which was a 3.6 percent increase over the 20032004 school year levels.183 Adequacy Approach #4 State Example: Successful Schools Approach in Washington In September 2006, Picus and Associates conducted a Succes sful Schools study on the state of Washington.184 The study identified successful schools based on thirty six criteria of which three were nonacademic. Of the academic criteria, twenty seven were measured using the Washington Assessm ent of Student Learning (WASL). Using the 2007 2008 performance benchmarks, twenty six districts were identified as successful. In addition, Picus and Associates disaggregated the districts by poverty quartiles and district locale. The study showed that nonurban districts wi th lower poverty percentages were able to meet the selection criteria much easier than higher poverty urban school districts. The successful schools that met all of the criteria spent an average of $7,348 per pupil, whereas, the schools that met twenty fo ur of the thirty criteria on average spent $7,049 per pupil.185 The researchers also chose schools to conduct indepth case studies. Those studies revealed six core elements to a successful systemic reform that included the following: focusing on educating all students, use data to drive decisions, adopt a rigorous curriculum that aligns to state standards, support instruction improvement with effective staff development, restructure the learning environment, and provide struggling students with additional assistance. 183 Ibid. 184 Picus and Associates, Washington Learns: Successful District Study, (September 2006). 185 Ibid.

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66 Using the Median to Estimate Adequacy Another simplified technique for estimating the cost of an adequate education is to increase the spending levels of the lower school districts to meet the state median. Odden and Busch suggest this techni que and estimate that it would require a 4.5 percent increase nationwide in 19911992 dollars to fund.186 Additionally, the increase would impact 37 percent of the school districts nationwide.187 Ross Rubenstein, taking the same data, inflated the nationwide cost to 19961997 dollars estimating a total cost of $22.3 billion.188 Using the Statistical Analysis Approach in Texas and Wisconsin, the adequate spending level were determined to be $5,600 and $6,370 respectively.189 Both estimates are close to the median level of the state expenditures.190 Estimates close to the state me dian levels also occurred when adequacy studies were done in Illinois and Ohio.191 Adequacy Studies Summary In order to explain the differences between the four approaches, Bruce Baker, Lori Taylor, and Arnold Vedlitz created a continuum of methodologies.192 ( Refer to Figure 2 6 ) The continuum demonstrated the emphasis on whether the adequacy approaches were resource or performance orientated. James Guthrie makes a point to emphasize that the availability of data 186 Odden and Busch, Financing Schools for High Performance: S trategies for Improving the Use of Educational Resources 187 Ibid. 188 Rubenstein, "Racial Disparities in School Finance Adequacy: Evidence from Georgia and the Nation." 189 Ibid. 190 Reschovsky and Imazeki, "Achieving Educational Adequacy through School Finance Reform." 191 W. L. Hinrichs and R. D. Laine, "Adequacy: Building Quality and Efficiency into the Cost of Education," (Springfield, Illinois: Illinois: Illinois Board of Education, 1996) ; Kern Alexander et al ., "Proposals for the Elimination of Wealth Based Disparities in Public Education.," (Columbus, Ohio: Ohio: Department of Public Instruction, 1995). 192 Baker, Taylor, and Vedlitz, "Measuring Educational Adequacy in Public Schools."

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67 sometimes determines the approach employed for each analysis.193 Specifically, when Guthrie was determining the adequacy of Wyomings funding, Wyoming lacked student achievement data and a standardized state testing system making a performance oriented approach impossible. Therefore, the Professio nal Judgment Approach was utilized. Since the infancy of adequacy studies, most states have utilized one methodology to determine adequate funding levels. Recently, however, states are utilizing multiple methodologies and consulting firms to determine adequate funding levels.194 ( Refer to Table 2 7) Of the methodologies, in terms of the validity and usefulness of the models from highest ranking model to the lowest ranking model at the present time reflects the following rank order: Successful Schools M odel, Statistical Analysis Model, Evidence Based Model, and Professional Judgment Model.195 Baker, Taylor, and Vedlitz compared the adequacy analysis findings for twenty seven states.196 In order to make the studies as equivalent as possible, they converted the costs year to year and stateto state using the Consumer Price Index and Geographic Cost of Education Index. However, it is important to note that each individual state sets the achievement levels at different thresholds and use different standardized assessments. The general trend showed that the Successful School Approach estimated adequacy levels at a lower cost, whereas, the Statistical 193 Guthrie and Rothstein, "Enabling "Adequacy" to Achieve Reality: Translating Adequacy into State School Finance Distriction Arrangements." 194 R. C raig Wood and A nthony Rolle Determining the Cost of Providing an Adequate Education in the State of Montana (Gainesville, FL: R. C raig Wood and A nthony Rolle October 15, 2005), http://rcwoodassoc.com/research.shtml (accessed February 2, 2009); R. C raig Wood and A nthony Rolle State of Rhode Island Education Adequacy Study Final Report (Gainesville, FL: R.C. Wood and Associates, April 2, 2007), http://rcwoodassoc.com/research.shtml (accessed February 2, 2009). 195 R. Craig Wood and Anthony Rolle, Improving Adequacy Concepts in Education Finance: A Heuristic Examination of the Professional Judgment Research Protocol, 8. 196 Baker, Taylor, and Vedlitz, "Measuring Educational Adequacy in Public Schools."

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68 Analysis and Professional Judgment Approach estimated the greatest cost.197 Baker et. al. applied further analysi s by controlling for the firm that performed the adequacy study. Since Augenblick, Myers & Associates of Denver, Colorado (A & M) and also known as Augenblick, Palaich, and Associates (APA) have done the greatest number studies, Baker et. al. compared th eir cost estimates and determined that the Professional Judgment Approach again estimates higher costs and the Successful School Approach the lowest for the same state. However, A & M have not estimated adequacy costs using the other two approaches. Sin ce A & M predominates the research in the Successful Schools approach, there exists limited methodology comparisons between researchers. F lorida E ducation F inance P rogram The Florida Education Finance Program (FEFP) was enacted in 1973 by the Florida Legis lature.198 In order to provide an equal educational opportunity, the FEFPs distribution formula takes into account varying local property tax bases, varying education program cost costs, varying costs of living, and varying costs for equivalent educational programs due to sparsity and dispersion of the student population.199 During the 20082009 the f inancial support for the K 12 education in Florida wa s provided by the following sources: 40.63 percent from state support, 50.47 percent from local support, and 8.90 percent from federal support.200 ( Refer to Figure 2 7 ) 197 Ibid. 198 Flo rida Department of Education, 200809 Funding for Florida School Districts, (Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of Education, 2009) http://www.fldoe.org/fefp/pdf/fefpdist.pdf (accessed March 15, 2009). 199 Ibid, 1. 200 Ibid, 1.

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69 State support for Floridas public education is primarily allocated through the FEFP. For the 20082009 year state funds totaled $9,007,286,039.201 The state funds are appropriated from the f ollowing sources: 94.2 percent from the states General Revenue Fund, 4.47 percent from the Educational Enhancement Fund, and 1.27 percent from the Principal State School Trust Fund.202 ( Refer to Figure 2 8) The General Revenue Fund predominately gains i ts funding from the state sales tax. Proceeds from the Florida lottery and Broward County slot machines comprise the funds in the Educational Enhancement Fund. The Educational Enhancement Fund finances the following: District Discretionary Lottery Funds /School Recognition Program, Class Size Reduction, Classrooms First, and 1997 School Capital Outlay Bond Program, instructional materials, student transportation, and Florida Teachers Lead Program.203 Additional funding from other minor sources include rac e track funds, state forests tax receipts, and mobile home licenses.204 Local support for Floridas public education is derived entirely from property taxes levied by Floridas 67 counties, each of which constitutes a school district.205 The amount requ ired for each school districts local effort from property taxes is determined by the Florida Legislature. For 20082009 the total amount was $8,267,476,367.206 The Commissioner of Education certifies each districts required local millage rate which is de termined by dividing the 201 Ibid, 1. 202 Ibid, 12. 203 Ibid. 204 Ibid. 205 Ibid, 2. 206 Ibid, 2.

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70 local effort by 95 percent of aggregated taxable value.207 Required local effort cannot exceed 90 percent of a districts total FEFP entitlement. For the 2008 tax roll the millage rates for the sixty seven districts varied from 5.330 mills to 4.593 mills with the average being 5.136 mills.208 The maximum millage for 2008 2009 was .498 mills.209 Supplemental levies may be added that cannot be over .25 mills or exceed $100 per FTE student.210 Federal support for Floridas public education is received from the following agencies: Department of Labor, Veterans Administration, Department of Interior, Department of Education, Department of Defense, and Department of Agriculture.211 Approximately one fourth of the funding received is a llocated to support the free and reduced lunch program.212 The remainder of the funding is used for the following: No Child Left Behind programs, Individuals with Disabilities Education Act programs, Workforce Investment Act entitlement programs, Carl D. P erkins Vocational and Technical Education Act programs, technical education programs in Florida, and various other education programs determined by the Florida Legislature.213 A key feature of the FEFP is that it bases financial support for education upon the individual student participating in a particular educational program rather than upon the number of teachers or classrooms.214 The FEFP is a modified foundation formula.215 ( Refer to Table 2 207 Ibid. 208 Ibid, 2. 209 Ibid, 2. 210 Ibid, 2. 211 Ibid. 212 Ibid, 3. 213 Ibid. 214 Ibid, 1.

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71 5) State and local funds are generated by obtaining a weight ed full time equivalent (WFTE) multiplied by a base student allocation (BSA) and by a district cost differential (DCD).216 ( Refer to Figure 2 9) A full time equivalent (FTE) student is a student who is in full time membership in one or more FEFP programs for a school year or its equivalent.217 Standard school is nine hundred instructional hours for students in grades fourth through twelfth.218 For students in grades kindergarten through third grade or an authorized prekindergarten exceptional program, the hours are seven hundredand twenty.219 To assure equity, program cost factors are determined. The cost factors for the 20082009 school year are: Kindergarten, Grades 1, 2, and 3 1.066 Grades 4 8 1.000 Grades 9 12 1.052 Exceptional Ed ucation Support Level 4 3.570 Exceptional Education Support Level 5 4.970 English for Speakers of Other Languages 1.119 Grades 9 12 Career Education 1.077220 Program c ost factors are multiplied by the FTE students in order to calculate a final WFTE.221 ( Refer to Figure 2 9) The WFTE is multiplied by the Base Student Allocation (BSA) and the District Cost Differential (DCD).222 ( Refer to Figure 2 9 ) The BSA is determined by the Florida Legislature 215 Michael Griffith, State Education Funding Formulas and Grade Weighting, Policy Brief Finance/Funding Formulas, (Denver, CO: Education Commission of the Sates, May 2005), 12. 216 Florida Department of Education, 200809 Funding for Florida School Distric ts, (Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of Education, 2009) http://www.fldoe.org/fefp/pdf/fefpdist.pdf (accessed March 15, 2009). 217 Florida Statute .61(1) (2008) 218 Florida Department of Educat ion, 200809 Funding for Florida School Districts, 14. 219 Ibid. 220 Ibid, 12. 221 Ibid.

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72 annually.223 For the 20082009 fiscal year, the BSA was $3,971.74.224 The Florida Commissioner of Education calculates the District Cost Differentials (DCD) annually.225 The DCD is calculated by adding each districts Florida Price Level Index for the most recent three years and dividing the sum by three .226 Once the BSA is determined, then formula addons are including. The FEFP add ons are the following: Department of Juvenile Justice (DJJ) Supplement, Declining Enrollment Supplement, Sparsity Supplement, Discretionary Contribution, Discretionary Ta x Equalization, Discretionary Compression, Safe Schools, Reading Program, Supplemental Academic Instruction, ESE Guaranteed Allocation, and Merit Award Program (MAP).227 ( Refer to Figure 210) The final result of adding the BSA to the addons is the Gross State and Local FEFP Dollars.228 ( Refer to Figure 2 10) The district required local effort is then subtracted from the Gross State and Local FEFP Dollars to obtain the Gross State FEFP.229 ( Refer to Figure 2 11) The State FEFP is then added to any adjus tments made to obtain the Net State FEFP Allocation.230 ( Refer to Figure 2 11) Adjustments are made by the Florida Department of Education based on the prior year for the following: adjudication of litigation, arithmetical 222 Ibid. 223 Florida Statute .62 (1b) (2008). 224 Florida Department of Education, 200809 Funding for Florida School Districts, (Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of Education, 2009) http://www.fldoe.org/fefp/pdf/fefpdist.pdf (accessed March 15, 2009) : 14 225 Florida Statute .62 (2) (2008). 226 Florida Department of Education, 200809 Funding for Florida School Districts, (Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of Education, 2009) http://www.fldoe.org/fefp/pdf/fefpdist.pdf (accessed March 15 2009) : 14 227 Ibid. 228 Ibid. 229 Ibid. 230 Ibid.

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73 errors, assessment roll change, FTE student membership errors, and allocation errors revealed in an audit report.231 The Net State FEFP Allocation is added to the District Discretionary Lottery Funds and Categorical Program Funds to arrive at a Total State Finance Program.232 ( Refer to Figure 2 11 ) Categorical Program Funds are allocated for class size reduction, instructional materials, student transportation, and the Florida Teachers Lead Program.233 Summary This chapter contained a literature review of poverty and its impact on state education funding distribution systems. Specifically, poverty weights in state funding formulae were discussed. In addition a literature review of the equity and adequacy of state funding for public education was covered, specifically focusing on adequa cy. Currently, four approaches are used to determine an adequate education. They are Professional Judgment, Evidence Based, Statistical Analysis, and Successful Schools. A recent trend has developed where most states are utilizing the Professional Judgm ent and Successful Schools Approach to determine adequate funding levels. In comparison, the Professional Judgment approach tends to estimate costs at a higher level than Successful Schools. In addition, increasing spending to the median state level is a lso another viable option for states to use as an estimate to determine adequate spending levels. Finally, the chapter concluded with an overview of the FEFP. 231 Ibid. 232 Ibid. 233 Ibid.

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74 Table 2 1. Poverty t hresholds for 2007 by s ize and f amily and number of r elated children under the age of 18 y ears.234 Size of f amily u nit Weighted Average Threshold s Related children under 18 years None One Two Three Four Five Six Seven Eight or more One person (unrelated individual) 10,590 Under 65 years 10,787 10,787 65 years and over 9,944 9,944 Two people 13,540 Householder under 65 years 13,954 13,884 14,291 Householder 65 years and over 12,550 12,533 14,237 Three people 16,530 16,218 16,689 16,705 Four people 21,203 21,386 21,736 21,027 21,100 Five people 25,080 25,791 26,166 25,364 24,744 24,366 Six people 28,323 29,664 29,782 29,168 28,579 27,705 27,187 Seven people 32,233 34,132 34,345 33,610 33,098 32,144 31,031 29,810 Eight people 35,816 38,174 38,511 37,818 37,210 36,348 35,255 34,116 33,827 Nine people or more 42,739 45,921 46,143 45,529 45,014 44,168 43,004 41,952 41,691 40,085 234 U.S. Census Bureau, 2008 Annual Social and Economic Supplement, (U.S. Census Bureau Housing and Household Economic Statistics Division) http://www.census.gov/cps/ (accessed March 3, 2009).

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75 Figure 2 1. Poverty rates 19592007. [Figure by the U.S. Census Bureau, Current Population Survey, 1960 to 2008 Annual Social and Economic Supplements.]235 235 U S. Census Bureau, Poverty 2007 Graphs, (U.S. Census Bureau Housing and Household Economic Statistics Division) http://ww w.census.gov/hhes/www/poverty/poverty07/graphs07.html ( a ccessed March 2, 2009).

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76 Figure 2 2. Poverty rates by age 19592007. [Figure by the U.S. Census Bureau, Current Population Survey, 1960 to 2008 Annual Social and Economic Supplements.]236 236 U S. Census Bureau, Poverty 2007 Graphs, (U.S. Census Bureau Housing and Household Economic Statistics Division) http://www.census.gov/hhes/www/poverty/poverty07/graphs07.html (a ccessed March 2, 1009).

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77 Table 2 2. Regional U nited States poverty c oncentration.237 Total Number in Poverty Percent All Regions 298,699 37,276 12.5 Northeast 53,952 6,166 11.4 Midwest 65,403 7,237 11.1 South 109,545 15,501 14.2 West 69,799 8,372 12.0 237 U.S. Census Bureau, 2008 Annual Social and Economic Supplement http://www.census.gov/cps/ (accessed March 3, 2009).

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78 Table 2 3. 2007 state poverty rates.238 2007 Rank State Total n umber in t housands Number of p overty i n t housands Percent 1 Mississippi 2,895 655 22.6 2 D.C. 580 104 18.0 3 Texas 23,653 3,903 16.5 4 Louisiana 4,186 673 16.1 5 Kentucky 4,202 653 15.5 5 North Carolina 9,170 1,423 15.5 7 Tennessee 6,137 906 14.8 7 West Virginia 1,793 265 14.8 9 Alabama 4,566 662 14.5 9 New York 19,021 2,757 14.5 11 Arizona 6,365 912 14.3 12 South Carolina 4,380 617 14.1 13 New Mexico 1,941 271 14.0 14 Arkansas 2,803 387 13.8 15 Georgia 9,486 1,294 13.6 16 Oklahoma 3,551 476 13.4 17 Montana 938 122 13.0 18 Missouri 5,783 742 12.8 18 Ohio 11,280 1,446 12.8 18 Oregon 3,761 481 12.8 21 California 36,247 4,589 12.7 22 Florida 18,044 2,250 12.5 23 Indiana 6,258 740 11.8 24 Kansas 2,720 319 11.7 25 Massachusetts 6,336 707 11.2 26 Wisconsin 5,458 601 11.0 27 Maine 1,312 142 10.9 27 Wyoming 518 56 10.9 29 Michigan 9,919 1,076 10.8 30 Pennsylvania 12,297 1,273 10.4 31 Washington 6,503 661 10.2 32 Illinois 12,680 1,262 10.0 33 Idaho 1,501 149 9.9 33 Nebraska 1,751 174 9.9 33 Vermon t 613 61 9.9 36 Colorado 4,872 478 9.8 37 Nevada 2,566 250 9.7 38 Utah 2,651 255 9.6 39 Rhode Island 1,042 99 9.5 40 South Dakota 787 74 9.4 41 Delaware 861 80 9.3 41 Minnesota 5,188 482 9.3 41 North Dakota 614 57 9.3 44 Connecticut 3,471 309 8.9 44 Iowa 2,965 264 8.9 46 Maryland 5,560 491 8.8 47 New Jersey 8,548 742 8.7 48 Virginia 7,678 664 8.6 49 Alaska 675 51 7.6 50 Hawaii 1,264 94 7.5 51 New Hampshire 1,312 76 5.8 238 Ibid.

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79 Table 2 4. 2007 state poverty rates for children under the age of 18 years.239 2007 Rank State Poverty r ate Margin of e rror 1 District of Columbia 32.2 +/ 4.0 2 Mississippi 30.9 +/ 1.3 3 Louisiana 28.4 +/ 1.3 4 New Mexico 26.0 +/ 1.6 5 West Virginia 25.6 +/ 1.7 6 Arkansas 24.9 +/ 1.2 6 Texas 24.9 +/ 0.5 8 Alabama 24.8 +/ 1.0 9 Oklahoma 23.0 +/ 1.2 10 South Carolina 22.7 +/ 1.0 11 Kentucky 22.5 +/ 1.1 12 Tennessee 21.4 +/ 1.0 13 North Carolina 21.3 +/ 0.9 14 Arizona 20.3 +/ 1.0 15 Georgia 20.2 +/ 0.8 16 Montana 20.1 +/ 2.3 17 Rhode Island 19.5 +/ 2.3 18 New York 19.4 +/ 0.6 19 Missouri +/ 1.0 20 California 18.6 +/ 0.5 20 Ohio 18.6 +/ 0.6 21 United States 18.5 +/ 0.2 22 Michigan 18.5 +/ 0.6 23 Oregon 18.4 +/ 1.1 24 South Dakota 18.2 +/ 2.0 25 Florida 17.9 +/ 0.6 26 Idaho 17.7 +/ 1.5 27 Maine 17.5 +/ 1.5 28 Indiana 16.7 +/ 0.8 28 Pennsylvania 16.7 +/ 0.5 30 Illinois 16.4 +/ 0.7 31 Vermont 15.4 +/ 2.5 32 Kansas 15.1 +/ 1.2 32 Washington 15.1 +/ 0.8 34 Nevada 14.9 +/ 1.6 35 Nebraska 14.8 +/ 1.0 36 Alaska 14.5 +/ 1.8 36 Delaware 14.5 +/ 1.7 38 Colorado 14.2 +/ 0.8 39 Iowa 14 .0 +/ 1.0 40 Wisconsin 13.9 +/ 0.7 41 Massachusetts 13.6 +/ 0.7 42 North Dakota 13.5 +/ 2.0 43 Virginia 13.3 +/ 0.7 44 Hawaii 12.7 +/ 1.9 45 New Jersey 11.8 +/ 0.7 46 Connecticut 11.6 +/ 1.1 46 Minnesota 11.6 +/ 0.7 48 Wyoming 11.1 +/ 1.8 49 Utah 10.9 +/ 1.0 50 Maryland 10.8 +/ 0.9 New Hampshire 9.4 +/ 1.4 239 Ibid.

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80 Figure 2 3. Mathematics and r eading a chievement I tem Response Theory scaled test scores by social and economic s tatus at the beginning of kindergarten. [ Figure by The Economic Policy Institute. ]240 240 Valerie E. Lee and David T. Burkham, Inequality at the Starting Gate, The Economic Policy Institute (2004) http://www.epinet.org/content.cfm?id=617#exec

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81 Figure 2 4. How to c alculate a w eighted i ndex. [ Figure by the Annenberg Institute for School Reform at Brown University .]241 241 The Annenberg Institute for School Reform at Brown University, Assessing Inequities in School Funding within Districts, Center on Reinventing Public Education (June 2002). http://www.schoolcommunities.org/ Archive/images/SBB_Tool.pdf 3.

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82 Figure 2 5. State implicit poverty w eights in the United States. [ Figure by the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities. ]242 242 Kevin Carey, State Poverty Based Education Funding: A Survey of Current Programs and Options for Improvement, (Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, November 7, 2002).

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83 Table 2 5. Fifty states school finance formulae 2007. 243 State State School Finance Formulae Alabama Foundation Alaska Foundation Arizona Foundation Arkansas Foundation California Foundation Colorado Foundation Connecticut Foundation Delaware Foundation Florida Foundation Georgia Combination/Tiered Hawaii Full Funding Idaho Foundation Illinois Combination/Tiered Indiana Foundation Iowa Foundation Kansas Foundation Kentucky Combination/Tiered Louisiana Foundation Maine Foundation Maryland Foundation Massachusetts Foundation Michigan Foundation Minnesota Foundation Mississippi Foundation Missouri Foundation Montana Combination/Tiered Nebraska Foundation Nevada Foundation New Hampshire Foundation New Jersey Foundation New Mexico Foundation New York General aid North Carolina Flat Grant North Dakota Foundation Ohio Foundation Oklahoma Foundation Oregon Foundation Pennsylvania Foundation 243 Deborah A. Verstegen and Teresa S. Jordan, A Fifty State Survey of School Fina nce Policies and Programs: An Overivew, Journal of Education Finance, 34, no. 3 (Winter 2009): 226.

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84 Table 2 5. Continued. State State School Finance Formulae Rhode Island District Power Equalizing South Carolina Foundation South Dakota Foundation Texas Combination/Tiered Utah Foundation Vermont District Power Equalizing Virginia Foundation Washington Foundation West Virginia Foundation Wisconsin District Power Equalizing Wyoming Foundation

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85 Table 2 6. School funding a dequacy c ases by s tate244 State Has there been an adequacy suit? Most Recent Adequacy Case Did the final court decision side with the state? Was there an adequacy study? Who initiated it? Alabama Yes Alabama Coalition for Equity v. Hunt (1992) Yes. Case was dismissed in 2002. State initiated, 2001 Alaska Yes Kasayulie v. State (1997) No State initiated, 1998 Arizona Yes Crane Elementary School District v. State (2001) Yes. Crane Elementary School District v. State was dismissed and plaintiffs are appealing. Court ordered, 2001 Outside initiation, 2005 Arkansas Yes Lake View School District, No. 25 v. Huckabee (2001) No Court ordered, 2003 California Yes Williams v. State (1999) Parties settled in August 2004 State initiated, 2005 Colorado Yes Unknown (1988) Suit was withdrawn State initiated Connecticut Yes Sheff v. ONeill (1996) Parties settled in January 2003. No Delaware No NA NA No Florida Yes Coalition for Adequacy and Fairness in School Funding v. Chiles (1995) Yes No 244 Michael Griffith and Molly Burke, School Funding Adequacy Cases. http://www.ecs.org/clearinghouse/ 59/07/5907.htm (accessed March 8, 2009).

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86 T able 2 6. Continued. State Has there been an adequacy suit? Most Recent Adequacy Case Did the final court decision side with the state? Was there an adequacy study? Who initiated it? Georgia Yes Consortium for Adequate School Funding in Georgia v. State (2004) No decision yet No Hawaii No NA NA No Idaho Yes Idaho Schools for Equal Educational Opportunity v. State (1998) The court sided against the state only on the issue of facilities and capital funding. No Illinois Yes Lewis E. v. Spagnolo (1999) Yes State initiated, 2001 Indiana No NA NA No Iowa Yes Coalition for a Common Cents Solution v. State (2002) Parties settled in 2004 No Kansas Yes Montoy v. State (1999) No State initiated, 2002 Kentucky Yes Young v. Williams (2003) No decision yet State initiated, 2003 Outside initiation, 2003 Louisiana Yes Charlet v. Legislature of the State of Louisiana (1998) Yes No

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87 Table 2 6. Continued. State Has there been an adequacy suit? Most Recent Adequacy Case Did the final court decision side with the state? Was there an adequacy study? Who initiated it? Maine No NA NA State initiated, 1999 Maryland Yes Bradford v. Maryland State Board of Education (1994) No. Plaintiffs returned to court in 2000. The circuit court declared that the state "still is not providing the children of B altimore City...a constitutionally adequate education," has failed to comply with the 1996 Consent Decree, and needs to provide "additional funding of approximately $2,000 to $2,600 per pupil" in 2001 and 2002. State initiated, 2001 Outside initiation, 2001 Massachusetts Yes Hancock v. Driscoll (1999) No decision yet Outside initiation, 1991, 2003 Michigan No NA NA No Minnesota No NA NA No Mississippi No NA NA State initiated, 1993 Missouri Yes Committee for Education Equality v. State (1993, 2004) No. The re constituted Committee for Educational Equality filed a new equity and adequacy lawsuit against the state in 2004. Outside initiation, 2003

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88 Table 2 6. Continued. State Has there been an adequacy suit? Most Recent Adequacy Case Did the final court decision side with the state? Was there an adequacy study? Who initiated it? Montana Yes Columbia Falls Public Schools v. State (2002) No Outside initiation, 2002 Nebraska Yes Douglas County v. Johanns (2003) In January 2004, the state court heard arguments on the State's Motion to Dismiss and Motion to Transfer Venue. Also pending is a Motion for Leave to Intervene. Outside initiation, 2003 Nevada No NA NA NA New Hampshire Yes Claremont School District v. Governor (1999) No State initiated, 1998 New Jersey Yes Abbott v. Burke (1981) No State initiated, 1996 New Mexico No NA NA No New York Yes Campaign for Fiscal Equity v. State (1993) No Court ordered, 2004 State initiated, 2004 Outside initiation, 2004 North Carolina Yes Hoke County v. State (2004) No No North Dakota Yes Williston Public School District v. State (2003) Decision pending. State initiated, 2003 Ohio Yes DeRolph v. State (1991) No Court ordered, 1995 Outside initiation, 1993

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89 Table 2 6. Continued. State Has there been an adequacy suit? Most Recent Adequacy Case Did the final court decision side with the state? Was there an adequacy study? Who initiated it? Oklahoma No Plaintiffs decided against pursuing an adequacy lawsuit. NA No Oregon No NA NA State initiated, 2000 Pennsylvania Yes Marrero v. Commonweal th (1998) Yes. Case dismissed No Rhode Island Yes Town of Exeter v. State (2000) Yes No South Carolina Yes Abbeville v. State (1993) No decision yet. Outside initiation, 1998 South Dakota No NA NA No Tennessee No NA NA State initiated, 1992 Outside initiation, 2004 Texas Yes West Orange Cove ISD v. Nelson (2001) No No Utah No NA NA No Vermont No NA NA State initiated, 2004 Virginia No NA NA No Washington Yes Seattle II v. State (early 1980s) No Outside initiation, 2003 West Virginia No NA NA No Wisconsin No N/A N/A Outside initiation, 2002

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90 Table 2 6. Continued. State Has there been an adequacy suit? Most Recent Adequacy Case Did the final court decision side with the state? Was there an adequacy study? Who initiated it? Wyoming Yes Campbell County School District v. State (1995, 2001) In its second Campbell decision, the court found that the state had complied with court ordered remedies, with some notable exceptions.

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91 Table 2 7. Summary of adequacy methodologies used by states and poverty considerations.245 State Professional Judgment Successful Schools Evidence Based Statistical Analysis Was poverty taken into considera tion in at least one study? A labama X X Yes Alaska X Yes Arizona X X Yes Arkansas X Yes California (2) X Yes Colorado X Yes Connecticut (2) X (2) X Yes Delaware Florida X No Georgia Hawaii X Yes Idaho Illinois X Yes Indiana X X Yes Iowa Kansas (2) X X X Yes Kentucky (2) X X Yes Louisiana Maine X X Yes Maryland (2) X X Yes Massachusetts Yes Michigan Minnesota (2) X (2) X Yes Mississippi Missouri X Yes Montana (3) X X X X Yes Nebraska X Yes Nevada X X Yes New Hampshire X Yes New Jersey X X Yes New Mexico X Yes New York X (2) X X Yes Table 2 7. Continued. 245 Baker, Taylor, and Vedlitz, Measuring Educational Adequacy in Public Schools.; Lori Benton, Examination and Application of the Education Adequacy Models and Studies to the State of Florida PhD d iss., University of Florida, 2009.; Access Quality Education: School Funding, Litigation, an d Advocacy, http://www.schoolfunding.info/index.php3 (accessed March 11, 2009). All three references have been compiled to create the table.

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92 State Professional Judgment Successful Schools Evidence Based Statistical Analysis Was poverty taken into considera tion in at least one study? N orth Carolina North Dakota X Yes Ohio X Yes Oklahoma Not Released Oregon X X X X Yes Pennsylvania X X X Yes Rhode Island X X X X Yes South Carolina South Dakota X X Yes Tennessee X X Yes Texas (2) X Yes Utah Vermont X X No Virginia Washington X X X Yes West Virginia Wisconsin (2) X X Yes Wyoming (3) X Yes 38 Total 30 16 11 9 3 5

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93 Figure 2 6. A continuum of state adequacy m ethodologies from 19952004. [ Figure by Taylor, Baker, and Vedlitz.]246 246Lori Taylor, Bruce Baker, and Arnold Vedlitz, Measuring Educational Adequacy in Public Schools, (Bush School Working Paper #580, The Bush School of Government and Public Service, Texas A&M University, 2005): 34.

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94 Figure 2 7. Percent distribution of r evenue for Florida public s chools 20062007.1 247 247 1Florida Department of Education, 200809 Funding for Florida School Districts, (Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of Education, 2009) http://www.fldoe.org/fefp/pdf/fefpdist.pdf (accessed March 15, 2009): 1.

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95 Figure 2 9. Percent distribution of state s upport for Florida public s chools 20082009.1 248 248 1Ibid, 1.

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96 Figure 2 9. Floridas base f unding f ormula.1 249 249 1 Ibid, 7.

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97 Figure 2 10. Floridas gross state and local F lorida Education Finance Program f ormula.2 250 250 Ibid, 7.

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98 Figure 2 11. Floridas total f inance p rogram.251 251 Ibid, 8.

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99 CHAPTER 3 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY Introduction The purpose of this study was to determine if the successful schools approach with a poverty weight could be applied to the state of Florida in order to determine the cost of funding an adequate education. Using a successful schools approach, the researcher analyzed the impact of applying a discount rate for free and reduced lunch student populations on the per pupil expenditures. Research Design Student Performance Measures In order to determine the cost of an adequate education in a successful schools approach, student performance data must be measured. The Florida Department of Education administers the Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test (FCAT). The FCAT measures student achievement in reading and math ematics The FCAT Reading and Mathematics assessments were piloted in 1998 and have been administered a nnually since the 19992000 school year for grades three through ten.1 Achieving a passing score on the 10th grade FCAT Reading and Mathematics is a requirement for high school graduation, although students may submit concordant Scholastic Aptitude Test s cores or American College Testing Program scores in lieu of FCAT.2 F lorida C omprehensive A ssessment T est Achievement Levels The FCAT is comprised of criterionreferenced tests that measure academic achievement in reading and math ematics The FCAT measures the progress a student has toward meeting the 1 Florida Department of Education, FCAT Handbook, (Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of Education, 2005) fcat .fldoe.org/handbk/ fcathandbook .asp (accessed February 7, 2009). 2Florida Department of Education, FCAT Graduation Requirements, (Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of Education, January 2009) fcat .fldoe.org/pdf/ fcat pass.pdf (accessed February 15, 2009): 1.

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100 Sunshine State Standards (SSS) benchmarks. The SSS were adopted in 1996 by the Florida Department of Education, and Florida public schools are required to teach the SSS. The SSS reflect what students should know and be able to do in seven major content areas.3 On a scale of 1 to 5, the state of Florida deems level 3 as the threshold for students to achieve proficiency in reading and math ematics for grades three through ten. ( Refer to Table 3 1. ) F lorida C om prehensive A ssessment T est Achievement Levels Scale Scores Data used in this study w ere the percentage of proficient or level 3, 4, and 5 FCAT Reading and Math ematics students at each school. Refer to Table 3 2 and Table 33 for FCAT Reading and Math emati cs scaled score ranges which are associated with levels 1 5.4 Each scale score range has been determined by the Florida State Board of Education and based on previous years achievement on the FCAT Reading and Mathematics Assessments beginning in 2001.5 N ext Generation Benchmarks Strategic Plan The Florida Department of Education has developed an educational strategic plan that extends until 2015.6 The Next Generation Benchmarks Strategic Plan includes focus area one whose goal is to strengthen foundation skills. One of the objectives within focus area one is to utilize assessment to direct instruction and effect student outcome. The performance measures used to determine if the objectives were being met are the percentage of students scoring at or above grade level on FCAT Reading and Math ematics The percentage goals for each school level are summarized in Table 3 4. Although the Next Generati on Benchmarks Strategic Plan 3 Florida Department of Education, FCAT Handbook, (Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of Education, 2005) fcat .fldoe.org/handbk/ fcathandbook .asp (accessed February 7, 2009). 4 Ibid at 2. 5 Florida Department of Education, FCAT Handbook, (Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of Education, 2005) fcat .fldoe.org/handbk/ fcat handbook .asp (accessed February 7, 2009). 6 Florida Department of Education, Next Generation Strategic Plan December 2, 2008, (Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of Education, 2008) http://www.fldoe.org/def ault.asp (accessed February 22, 2009) : 6.

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101 extends until 2015, the FCAT performance measures are projected only until year 2010. The truncated projections are due to the Florida Department of Education preparation to transition to a new assessment beginning in 2011. D efinition of Successful and NonSuccessful Schools The FCAT Reading and Mathematics percentages by school were analyzed independently to determine if proficiency w ere met. The threshold percentages used were the Next Generation Benchmarks Strategic Plan 2 010 FCAT percentages in Table 34. Schools that met proficiency for both FCAT Reading and Mathematics were identified as successful. Schools that did not meet proficiency for both FCAT Reading and Mathematics were identified as nonsuccessful. Elementar y schools were considered successful if 75 percent or > of the students scored level 3 > on FCAT Reading and Math ematics Middle schools were considered successful if 67 percent or > of the students scored level 3 > on FCAT Reading and Math ematics High Schools w ere considered successful if 50 percent or > of the students scored level 3 > on FCAT Reading, and 75 percent or > of the students scored level 3 > on FCAT Math ematics Data Sources The state of Florida public school system was chosen for the stud y. Three types of school level data were gathered from the 2006 2007 academic school year: demographic data, revenue data, and student performance data. The data were aggregated from Excel spreadsheets provided by the Florida Department of Education for the 20062007 school year.7 The financial information included per pupil expenditures allocated and distributed through the Florida 7Florida Department of Education, Florida Schools Indicators Report 20062007 School Data, (Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of Education) http://data.fldoe.org/fsir/ (accessed March 1, 2009); Florida Department of Education, School Accountability Report 20062007 School Grades, (Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of Education) http://schoolgrades.fldoe.o rg/reports/index.asp (accessed March 1, 2009).

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102 Education Finance Program (FEFP) from Floridas General Revenue Fund. The per pupil state and local revenue was determined by enrollment information based on full time equivalents (FTE) and weighted full time equivalents (WFTE). The per pupil state and local revenue data per school w ere calculated by the Florida Department of Education. In addition, the per pupil expenditures were further delineated into exceptional and regular per pupil expenditures.8 Measures of Adequacy Mean The mean is the measure of the central tendency of the distribution of observations. The mean represents the average value in the distribution of a variable. All observations are used in the calculation. The formula for calculating the mean is: i N where: Xi is the variable in school i and N is the number of schools in Florida.9 The mean was calculated for the following data: per pupil expenditures, school percentage proficient student achievement, school percentage free and reduced price lunch, and poverty rates. Median The median is used to measure and describe the central tendency for skewed distributions 8 Florida Department of Education, Florida Schools Indicators Report, (Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of Education, February 2009) http://data.fldoe.org/fsir/indicator_desc.cfm. (accessed February 7, 20 09) 9 David C. Thompson, R. Craig Wood, and David S. Honeyman, Fiscal Leadership for Schools: Concepts and Practices (White Plains, N.Y.: Longman Publishing Group, 1994): 247.

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103 and for data where there exist extreme outliers in relation to the distribution of data.10 In effect, the median divides a distribution into two. Whereas, one half of the distribution is at or below the median and one half of the distribution is above the median. Thus, the midpoint of the data is determined. The median can be used to compare the all the Florida public schools in respect to per pupil expenditures and school size. Since outliers are not a consideration when calculating the median, the median can be a better indication of average outcomes than the mean. Range Another measure that can be used to examine highest and lowest observations in a distribution is the range. The smaller the range, the less variation there is in the observations. Likewise, the larger the range, the more variation exists in the observations. For the 20062007 school year, all the Florida public schools were arranged in ascendin g order according to revenue per student. The range was determined by subtracting the lowest per student revenue from the highest per student revenue. Hence, the formula for calculating the range is shown as the following: Highest Xi Lowest Xi where Xi was the revenue per student per school in a given year. The smaller the value of the range, the smaller the variation is in the distribution itself. However, since the range is calculated based on two observations, there exists limited information on t he distribution of the data in terms of patterns. In addition, any change in the data is not easily recognizable given the range calculation.11 10 Frederick J. Gravetter and Larry B. Wallnau Essentials of Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences (Canada: Wadsworth Group, 2002), 60. 11 David C. Thompson, R. Craig Wood, and D avid S. Honeyman, Fiscal Leadership for Schools: Concepts and Practices (White Plains, N.Y.: Longman Publishing Group, 1994): 247248.

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104 Restricted Range The restricted range is the difference between the observations at the 95th and 5th percentiles of the distribution. The restricted range eliminates the outliers or extreme values. The smaller the value of the restricted range, the smaller the variation is in the distribution. The restricted range is calculated using the following formula: Xi at 95th percentile Xi at the 5th percentile where Xi was the revenue per student per school in a given year.12 Schools with expenditures in the top or bottom 5% were removed from the study to decrease the distortion of the final results. Measures of Equity McLoone Index The McLoone Index is a measurement to determine the wealth neutrality of a school finance formula .13 The McLoone Index is a ratio of the sum of observations below the median to the sum of all observations that would be required if all obse rvations below the median were brought up to the median level.14 The formula for the McLoone Index is = where districts 1 through J are below Mp; P i = number of pupils in the district; X i = average expenditures per pupil in district i 12 Ibid, 248. 13 Ibid, 249. 14 Ibid, 250.

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105 and M p = median expenditures per pupil for all districts.15 The McLoone Index varies between zero and one. As the McLoone Index increases, the equity also increases. Discount Per Pupil Expenditure Rates Discount rates are additional student weights applied to special student populations in order to account for student characteristics and demographics. Included by Wood in two adequacy studies the discount rates enable the res earcher to overcome the criticisms associated with the successful schools approach by providing a more valid comparison between schools.16 Specifically related to this particular study, the discount rate applied to the 20062007 school year data will be based on percentage of free and reduced lunch students. In the state of Montana and Rhode Island adequacy studies, the first discount rate used was a 25 percent discount rate for free and reduced lunch students and ELL students.17 The reasoning behind using a 25 percent discount rate was due to it being most commonly used, was close to the mean, and seen as a standard of practice in the field of education finance.18 In addition, a 100 percent discount rate was used for special education students.19 Jay Ch ambers, Thomas Parrish, and Jenifer Harr determined that for a typical special education student costs on 15 Ibid, 250. 16 R. C raig Wood and Anthony Rolle Determining the Cost of Providi ng an Adequate Education in the State of Montana (Gainesville, FL: R.C. Wood and Associates, October 15, 2005), http://rcwoodassoc.com/research.shtml (accessed February 2, 2009). 17 Ibid at 114., R. C raig Wood and Anthony Rolle State of Rhode Island Education Adequacy Study Final Rep ort (Gainesville, FL: R.C. Wood April 2, 2007), http://rcwoodassoc.com/research.shtml (accessed February 2, 2009). 18 Ibid, 34. Kevin Carey, Overview of K 12 Finance, (Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, November 7, 2002), www.cbpp.org Deborah A. Verstegen and Teresa S. Jordan, A Fifty State Survey of School Finance Policies and Program s: An Overview, Journal of Education Finance 34, no. 3 (Winter 2009). 19 Ibid.

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106 average were 1.90 times that of a regular education student with no special needs.20 Wood took this particular approach which was .90 times greater th an a regular education student on average and increased it by .10 to account for the increase in health care costs during the 1999 2000 school year.21 Therefore, the final discount rate used in both the Montana and Rhode Island adequacy studies for special education was 100 percent For the state of Montana only, an additional discount rate of .25 was applied to the American Indian student population. In Montana American Indians are located on reservations in extremely poverty stricken areas that required additional funding. In summary, for Rhode Island the discount rate was 25 percent for Free and Reduced Lunch, 25 percent for ELL, and 100 percent for Special Education. For Montana the discount rate was 25 percent for Free and Reduced Lunch, 25 percent for ELL, 100 percent for Special Education, and 25 percent for American Indian Student Populations. Discount Rate Example In the following section, an example of how the discount rate is applied is included using two high schools located in Florida. The high schools were chosen due to the relatively equivalent sizes and per pupil expenditures. ( Refer to Table 3 5. ) The main differences between the two high schools are in percentage of free and reduced students and percentage of students obtaining FCAT proficiencies. Step 1 in applying the discount rate, the total expenditures for each school needs to be identified. In step 2, the calculated discount rate is applied to each school. In step 3, the additional student weights are added to the schools enrollment in orde r that a total weighted student count is calculated. Finally, in step 4 the total school expenditure is divided by the 20 Jay Chambers, Thomas Parrish, and Jennifer Harr, What Are We Spending on Special Education Services in the United States, 1999 2000? U.S. Department of Education, Office of Special Education Programs, (2004). http://csef.air.org/publications/seep/national/AdvRpt1.PDF ( accessed February 14, 2009 ) 21 Ibid.

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107 weighted student count for each school. The steps applied to J.R. Arnold High School and Hardee Senior High School are calculated and tabulated in Table 3 6. The final results at the end of step 4 are the total Successful School expenditures for J.R. Arnold High School The amount is $7,872,403. Divided by a weighted student count of 1,571, the per pupil expenditures are $5,011. For Har dee High School, the NonSuccessful School, the total expenditures are $7,136,730. Divided by a weighted student count of 1,595, the per pupil expenditures are $4,474. This examination is an example of how the discount rate is applied. Successful School J.R. Arnold High School, actually spent 12.00% more than the Non Successful School, Hardee Senior High School. Analysis Summary In total, three analyses will be performed in order to compare per pupil expenditures with and without discount rates. ( Refer to Table 3 7.) Three analyses will be performed due to the data being naturally subdivided in to three school levels: elementary, middle, and high school. In order to be considered successful, schools had to meet both FCAT Reading and Mathematics prof iciency levels determined by the Next Generation Benchmarks Strategic Plan. For th is particular study, the discount ra te will equal the poverty weight since no other discount rates will be applied. Summary Chapter three presented the methods used to determine if the successful schools approach with a poverty weight could be applied to the state of Florida in order to determine the cost of funding an adequate education. This study utilized adequacy procedures and formulas from the successful schools approach found in public education finance literature. In addition, the McLoone Index was calculated with and without the discount rate in order to determine if the equity of the FEFP has changed with the addit ion of a discount rate. Although several equity

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108 measures are available, the McLoone Index is relatively easy to understand and explain. Furthermore, the McLoone Index is the most appropriate measure for a s uccessful s chools approach. The McLoone Index r aises the bottom up to the mean which mirrors the thrust of a s uccessful s chools approach which is to elevate Non Successful Schools to Successful Schools status in order to address the poverty issue. For this particular study, the discount rate equal ed the poverty weight since no other discount rates was applied. The following chapter presents the results of applying a discount rate for free and reduced lunch student populations on the per pupil expenditures.

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109 Table 3 1. F lorida Comprehensive Assessment Test a chievement l evel definitions.22 Achievement Level Definitions Level 5 This student has success with the most challenging content of the Sunshine State Standards. A student scoring in level 5 answers most of the test questions correctly, including the most challenging questions. Level 4 This student has success with the challenging content of the Sunshine State Standards. A student scoring in level 4 answers most of the test questions correctly, but may have only some success with questions that reflect the most challenging content. Level 3 This student has partial success with the challenging content of the Sunshine State Standards, but performance is inconsistent. A student scoring in level 3 answers many of the test questions correctly but is generally less successful with questions that are the most challenging Level 2 This student has limited success with the challenging content of the Sunshine State Standards. Level 1 This student has little success with the challenging content of the Sunshine State Standards. 22 Florida Department of Education, FCAT Achieveme nt Levels Definitions/Tables, (Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of Education, May 2007), fcat .fldoe.org/mediapacket/2007/pdf/pressPacketGR4_10_page2.pdf (accessed February 8, 2009) : 1.

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110 Table 3 2. F lorida Comprehensive Assessment Test reading scale scores. 23 Grade Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Level 5 3 100 258 259 283 284 331 332 393 394 500 4 100 274 275 298 299 338 339 385 385 500 5 100 255 256 285 286 330 331 383 384 500 6 100 264 265 295 296 338 339 386 387 500 7 100 266 267 299 300 343 344 388 389 500 8 100 270 271 309 310 349 350 393 394 500 9 100 284 285 321 322 353 354 381 382 500 10 100 286 287 326 327 354 355 371 372 500 23 Florida Department of Education, FCAT Achievement Levels Definitions/Tables, (Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of Education, May 2007), fcat .fldoe.org/mediapacket/2007/pdf/pressPacketGR4_10_page2.pdf (accessed February 8, 2009) : 2.

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111 Table 3 3. F lorida Comprehensive Assessment Test m athematics s cale s cores.24 Grade Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Level 5 3 100 252 253 293 294 345 346 397 398 500 4 100 259 260 297 298 346 347 393 394 500 5 100 287 288 325 326 354 3 55 3 94 395 500 6 100 282 283 314 315 353 354 390 391 500 7 100 274 275 305 306 343 344 378 379 500 8 100 279 280 309 310 346 347 370 371 500 9 100 260 261 295 296 331 332 366 367 500 10 100 286 287 314 315 339 340 374 375 500 24 Ibid.

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112 Table 3 4. Next generation b enchmarks .25 Performance measure The goal for the 2010 FCAT Percentage of students scoring 3> FCAT r eading e lementary 75% FCAT reading middle 67% FCAT readin g high 50% FCAT math ematics elementary 75% FCAT math ematics middle 67% FCAT math ematics high 75% 25 Florida Department of Education, Next Generation Strategic Plan December 2, 2008, (Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of Education, 2008) http://www.fldoe.org/default.asp (accessed February 22, 2009) : 6.

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113 Table 3 5. 20062007 d emographic, FCAT, and per pupil expenditure s chool data for discount rate example.26 School Identification School Level % Free and Reduced % 3> FCAT Reading % 3> FCAT Mathematic s Student Membersh ip Per Pupil Expenditure s Successful J.R. Arnold High School 20 54 85 1,463 $5,381 Non Successful Hardee Senior High School 54 28 63 1,329 $5,370 26 Florida Department of Education, Florida Schools Indicators Report 20062007 School Data, (Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of Education) http://data.fldoe.org/fsir/ (accessed March 1, 2009); Florida Departmen t of Education, School Accountability Report 20062007 School Grades, (Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of Education) http://schoolgrades.fldoe.org/reports/index.asp (accessed March 1, 2009 ).

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114 Table 3 6. Discount rate example calculations for two high s chools. Steps to follow to calculate the discount rate. Step 1 Identify total expenditures for each school. Successful s chool 1,463 total students x $5,381 regular per pupil expenditures = $7,872,403 t ot al r egular e xpenditures $7,872,403 t otal successful s chool e xpenditures Non s uccessful s chool 1,329 total students x $5,370 regular p er pupil e xpenditures = $7,136,730 total regular e xpenditures $7,136,730 t otal nons uccessful s chool e xpenditures Step 2 Apply c alculated discount r ate. Assume the calculated d iscount r ate is determined to be .37. Successful s chool 20% f ree and r educed students x 1,463 total students = 293 f ree and r educed students x .37 = 108 Non s uccessful s chool 54% f ree and r educed student s x 1,329 total students = 718 f ree and r educed students x .37 = 266 Step 3 Add the additional student weights to the schools enrollment to arrive at total weighted student count. Successful School 1,463 + 108 = 1,571 Non s uccessful Scho ol 1,329 + 266 = 1,595 Step 4 Divide the total school expenditure by the weighted student count for each school. $7,872,403 t otal s uccessful school e xpenditures/1,571 = $5,011 $7,136,730 total nons uccessful s chool e xpenditures/1,595 = $4,474

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115 Table 3 7. Summary of three analyses. Analysis Dependent Variable Independent Variable Independent Variable Independent Variable Analysis 1 Schools with 75% or > of the students scoring level 3 > on FCAT r eading and 75% or > of the students scoring level 3 > on FCAT m ath ematics Schools with <75% of the students scoring of the students scoring level 3 > on FCAT r eading and 67% or > of the students scoring level 3 > on FCAT m ath ematics Schools with <67% of the students scoring of the students scoring level 3 > on FCAT r eading and 75% or > of the students scoring level 3 > on FCAT m ath ematics Schools with <50% of the students scoring
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116 CHAPTER 4 PRESENTATION OF RESULTS Introduction The purpose of this study was to determine if the successful schools approach could be applied to the state of Florida in order to determine the cost of funding an adequate education. This chapter presented the results derived by calculating the Florida public education finance formula with adequacy formulas. In addition, the McLoone Index was calculated before and after the adequacy analysis in order to determin e if the equity of the FEFP were changed with the addition of a poverty weight. The methodology utilized for this study was presented in Chapter three. The following questions specifically addressed in this study were: 1. Can the successful schools approach be applied to the state of Florida to determine the cost of funding an adequate education? 2. If the successful schools approach can be applied to Florida, how can it be operationalized? 3. If the successful schools approach cannot be applie d to Florida, why can it not be operationalized? 4. If the successful schools approach can be applied to Florida, how does it affect the equitable distribution of resources while providing adequate funding throughout the public schools in Florida? Adequacy Measures Results 2006 2007 Range 20062007 The range was calculated for the high school, middle school, and elementary school per pupil expenditures. The range is the difference between the highest wealth school and the lowest wealth school.1 T he smaller the range, the less variance there is in the per pupil expenditures.2 The per pupil expenditure range for high schools was $9,327. For middle school it was $6,787. 1 David C. Thompson, R. Craig Wo od, and David S. Honeyman, Fiscal Leadership for Schools: Concepts and Practices (White Plains, N.Y.: Longman Publishing Group, 1994): 247248. 2 Ibid.

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117 Finally, for elementary school it was $14,380. Table 41 summarize s the range calculation results. Restricted Range 20062007 The restricted range was calculated for the high school, middle school, and elementary school per pupil expenditures. The restricted range is the difference between the highest wealth school and lowest wea lth school between the 95th and 5th percentiles.3 The smaller the restricted range, the less variance there is in the per pupil expenditures.4 The advantage the restricted range has over the range is it excludes outliers from the sample thus eliminating the distortion of high or low per pupil expenditures.5 The per pupil expenditure restricted range for high schools was $3,283. For middle school it was $3,133. Finally, for elementary school it was $4,286. Table 4 1 summarize s the restricted range calculation results. The restricted range was utilized to determine the final population of study for the high school, middle school, and elementary school level. For the high school, middle school, and elementary school level, the per pupil expenditures were rank ordered from highest wealth school to lowest wealth school. Then the top and bottom five percent were removed. Prior to removing the top and bottom five percent, nonsensical data were removed. Additional data removed were schools that had over a 100 percent free and reduced lunch percentage, schools that had over a 100 percent proficiency percentages for the FCAT Reading or FCAT Mathematics, schools that did not have full data sets and schools that had multiple data sets that could not be reconcil ed Since data were consolidated from t he Excel spreadsheets provided by the Florida Department of Education for the 20062007 school year, school entries had to appear 3 Ibid. 4 Ibid. 5 Ibid.

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118 in both spreadsheets in order to have a final complete composite profile.6 In addition, schools that were duplicated in either spreadsheet had to be consolidated in to one final complete composite profile. If the duplicate entries could not be reconciled, the schools were removed. To be included in the final population of study, the school had to have all the following information: district number, school number, October membership, FCAT Reading proficiency percentages, FCAT Mathematics proficiency p ercentages, f ree and r educed l unch percentages, and regular per pupil expendi tures. T he final high school data sample included 287 high school s with the top and bottom 5 percent removed. Of the 287 high schools, 84 were identified as successful and 203 were identified as nonsuccessful. ( Refer to Table 4 2. ) The final middle s chool data sample included 379 middle schools with the top and bottom five percent removed. Of the 379 middle schools, 169 were identified as successful and 210 were identified as nonsuccessful. ( Refer to Table 43.) The final elementary school dat a sample included 930 elementary schools with the top and bottom five percent removed. Of the 930 eleme ntary schools, 547 were identified as successful and 383 were identified as nonsuccessful. ( Refer to Table 4 4.) Mean 20062007 The mean is the measu re of central tendency of the distribution of observations. The mean represents the average value in the distribution of a variable.7 The mean was calculated for the following data: total free and reduced lunch percentage, free and reduced lunch percent age for the nonsuccessful schools, free and reduced lunch percentage for the successful schools, 6 Florida Department of Education, Florida Schools Indicators Report 20062007 School Data, (Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of Education) http://data.fldoe.org/fsir/ (accessed March 1, 2009); Florida Departmen t of Education, School Accountability Report 20062007 School Grades, (Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of Education) http://schoolgrades.fldoe.org/reports/index.asp (accessed March 1, 2009 ). 7 Ibid.

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119 percentage of students achieving proficiency in FCAT Reading, percentage of students achieving proficiency in FCAT Mathematics, per pupil expenditures, and pe r pupil expenditures with a discount rate. For the high school level data, the mean total free and reduced lunch percentage was 34.83 percent, the mean free and reduced lunch percentage for the non successful schools was 41.65 percent, and the mean free a nd reduced lunch percentage for the successful schools was 18.34 percent. ( Refer to Figure 4 1 and Table 4 2. ) For the non successful schools, the mean percentage of students achieving proficiency in FCAT Reading was 36.3 percent and in FCAT Math ematics was 64.8 percent. The non successful schools mean per pupil expenditures was $6,110 and the mean per pupil expenditure with a discount rate of .23 was $5,575. ( Refer to Table 4 2.) For the successful schools, t he mean percentage of students achieving proficiency in FCAT Reading was 59.1 percent and in FCAT Mathematics was 83.5 percent. The successful schools mean per pupil expenditures was $5,972 and the mean per pupil expenditure with a discount rate of .23 was $5,731. ( Refer to Table 4 2.) For the middle school level data, the mean total free and reduced lunch percentage was 48.33 percent, the mean free and reduced lunch percentage for the non successful schools was 62.51 percent, and the mean free and reduced lunch percentage for the succes sful schools was 30.72 percent. ( R efer to Figure 4 2 and Table 4 3 .) For the non successful schools, the mean percentage of students achieving proficiency in FCAT Reading was 55.1 percent and in FCAT Math ematics was 54.9 percent. The non successful scho ols mean per pupil expenditures was $6,104 and the mean per pupil expenditure with a discount rate of .32 was $5,083. ( Refer to Table 4 3.) For the successful schools, the mean percentage of students achieving proficiency in FCAT Reading was 76.2 percen t and in FCAT Mathematics was 76.3 percent. The successful

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120 schools mean per pupil expenditures was $5,773 and the mean per pupil expenditure with a discount rate of .32 was $5,262. ( Refer to Table 4 3.) For the elementary school level data, the mean total free and reduced lunch percentage was 55.10 percent, the mean free and reduced lunch percentage for the non successful schools was 76.43 percent, and the mean free and reduced lunch percentage for the successful schools was 40.17 percent. ( Refer to Figu re 4 3 and Table 4 4. ) For the non successful schools, the mean percentage of students achieving proficiency in FCAT Reading was 63.6 percent and in FCAT Mathematics was 61.0 percent. The non successful schools mean per pupil expenditures was $6,732 and the mean per pupil expenditure with a discount rate of .36 was $5,276. ( Refer to Table 4 4.) For the successful schools, the mean percentage of students achieving proficiency in FCAT Reading was 85.1 percent and in FCAT Mathematics was 81.2 percent. The successful schools mean per pupil expenditures was $6,149 and the mean per pupil expenditure with a discount rate of .36 was $5,376. ( Refer to Table 4 4.) Discount Rates 20062007 D iscount rates are additional student weights applied to special student populations in order to account for student characteristics and demographics.8 The discount rates were independently calculated for the high schools, middle schools, and elementary schools since each level of school has specific student characteristics an d demographics. The discount rates were calculated using the following procedure: Step 1 The mean free and reduced lunch percent was calculated for the identified non successful schools. 8 R. C raig Wood and Anthony Rolle Determining the Cost of Providing an Adequate Education in the State of Montana (Gainesville, FL: R.C. Wood and Associates, October 15, 2005), http://rcwooda ssoc.com/research.shtml (accessed February 2, 2009).

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121 Step 2 The mean free and reduced lunch percent was calculated for the identified successful schools. Step 3 The mean free and reduced lunch percent for the identified successful schools was subtracted from the mean free and reduced lunch percent for the identified non successful schools. Step 4 The final answer in step 3 was divided by 100 in order to obtain a rate. That rate was equal to the discount rate. Step 5 The discount rate was then multiplied by the schools enrollment (October membership) and by the free and reduced lunch percentage divided by 100 for that particular school. The final answer was the weighted count. Step 6 The weighted count was then added to the schools enrollment (October membership) to obtain the total weighted count for that particular school. Step 7 Finally, the total regular per pupi l expenditures was divided by the total weighted count to obtain the per pupil expenditures with the discount rate applied. The discount rate for the high schools was .23. Refer to Figure 41. For the middle schools, the discount rate was .32. Refer to Figure 42. Finally, for the elementary schools the discount rate was .36. Refer to Figure 4 3. Poverty Weights 20062007 For this study, the discount rate equaled the poverty weight since no other discount rates were applied. However, the poverty we ight was applied to only the nonsuccessful schools that had free and reduced lunch percentages that were above the mean free and reduced lunch percentages.9 The threshold amount set in this study is in congruence with the Missouri funding 9 R. C raig Wood and B ruce Baker, Financing Missouri's Public Elementary and S econdary Schools: Final report. ( Gainesville, FL: R.C. Wood and Associates, 2004). http://rcwoodassoc.com/research.shtml (accessed February 2, 2009): 122130; Bruce Baker, The Emerging Shape of Educational Adequacy: From Theoretical Assumptions to Empirical Evidence, Journal of Educati on Finance 30, no.3 (Winter 2005): 277305.

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122 formula where additional weights to students counts are given based on certain student population characteristics including free and reduced lunch enrollment, special education enrollment, and ELL enrollment.10 If a particular district in Missouri does not meet the minimum free and reduced lunch enrollment threshold, the district does not receive a poverty weight even if free and reduced lunch students reside in the district.11 The Missouri funding formula, a student needs formula, calculates the cost of an education based on what the student is entitled to receiving as compared to the cost of educating an average student.12 The cost of educating an average student in Missouri is determined by calculated the average per pupil expenditure of students of highperforming districts and is recalculated every two years.13 The poverty weights for this study were calculated using the following procedure: Step 1 The mean free and reduced lunch percent was calculated for the identified non successful schools. Step 2 The mean fr ee and reduced lunch percent was calculated for the identified successful schools. Step 3 The mean free and reduced lunch percent for the identified successful schools was subtracted from the mean free and reduced lunch percent for the identified nonsuccessful schools. Step 4 The final answer in step 3 was divided by 100 in order to obtain a rate. That rate was equal to the discount rate which is also equal to the poverty weight. Step 5 10 Ibid; Angela M. Hull, Missouris New Student Needs Formula: Adequacy at the Forefront, Missouri State Teachers Association, (2006). http://web.ku. edu/~bdbaker/fipefsos/mo05.pdf (accessed November 10, 2009); S.B. 287, 1420s.10T (Mo. 2006). 11 Ibid. 12 Ibid. 13 Ibid; Committee for Educational Equality v. Missouri 878 S.W.2d 446 (2007).

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123 The poverty weight was then multiplied by the schools enr ollment (October membership) and by the free and reduced lunch percentage divided by 100 for that particular school. The final answer was the weighted count. Step 6 The weighted count was then added to the schools enrollment (October membership) to obta in the total weighted count for that particular school. Step 7 Finally, the total weighted count was multiplied by the regular per pupil expenditures for only the nonsuccessful schools that had free and reduced lunch percentages that were above the mean free and reduced lunch percentages. The nonsuccessful schools below the mean free and reduced lunch percentage and the successful schools were not given a poverty weight. The poverty weight for the high schools was .23. ( Refer to Figure 4 1.) For the middle schools, the poverty weight was .32. ( Refer to Figure 4 2.) Finally, for the elementary schools the poverty weight rate was .36. ( Refer to Figure 4 3.) Total Expenditures 20062007 The total expenditures without a discount rate were $3,327,012,863 for high school, $2,309,040,140 for middle school, and $4,069,964,105 for elementary school. For all the high schools, middle schools, and elementary schools the total expenditures without a discount rate were $9,706,017,108. ( Refer to Table 4 5.) The total expenditures with a discount rate were $3,085,430,156 for high school, $2,007,603,745 for middle school, and $3,420,862,826 for elementary school. For all the high schools, middle schools, and elementary schools the total expenditures with a dis count rate were $8,513,896,727. ( Refer to Table 4 5. ) The total additional expenditures needed was calculated by subtracting the total expenditures with a discount rate from the total expenditures without a discount rate. Therefore, $9,706,017,108 $8,513,896,727 = $1,192,120,381. The total additional expenditures needed if a discount rate was applied i s $1,192,120,381. ( Refer to Table 4 5.)

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124 The total expenditures without a discount rate were $3,327,012,863 for high school, $2,309,040,140 for middle school, and $4,069,964,105 for elementary school. For all the high schools middle schools, and elementary schools the total expenditures without a discount rate were $9,706,017,108. ( Refer to Table 4 5.) The total expenditures with a poverty weight were $3,497,291,512 for high school, $2,541,847,219 for middle school, and $4, 506,031,368 for elementary school. For all the high schools, middle schools, and elementary schools the total expenditures with a poverty weight were $10,545, 170,099. ( Refer to Table 4 5.) The total additional expenditures needed was calculated by subtr acting the total expenditures with out a discount rate from the total expenditures with a poverty weight Therefore, $10,545,170,099 $9,706,017,108 = $ 839,153,131. The total additional expenditures needed if a poverty weight was applied is $839,153,131. ( Refer to Table 4 5. ) Equity Measures Results 2006 2007 Median 20062007 The median was used to determine the central tendency for the per pupil expenditures for all the high schools, middle schools, and elementary schools in Florida excluding the top and bottom five percent.14 The median per pupil expenditures before the poverty weight was applied was $6,056. The median per pupil expenditures after the poverty weight was applied was $6,491. The median per pupil expenditures before and after the pove rty weights were applied were used to calculate the McLoone Index. McLoone Index Before and After the Poverty Weights Results 2006 2007 The final measure used to analyze the distribution of resources to each Florida elementary school middle school and high school was the McLoone Index. The McLoone 14 Frederick J. Gravetter and Larry B. Wallnau Essentials of Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences (C anada: Wadsworth Group, 2002), 60.

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125 Index is a measure unique to school finance that was designed to demonstrate the degree of equity in the bottom half of the distribution.15 The McLoone Index varies from zero to one. The closer the value i s to one, the closer the lower half of the distribution is to the median.16 For expenditures per school, the McLoone Index is the ratio of the sum of expenditures per schools for all schools below the median to the sum of the expenditures that would be required if all the schools below the median were brought up to median level expenditure.17 The following process was used to calculate the McLoone Index. Step 1 T he per pupil expenditures median was calculated for all schools in Fl orida Step 2 T he total per pupil expenditures below the median were summed. Step 3 T he per pupil expenditures below the median were brought up to the median level expenditure. Step 4 T he new median per pupil expenditures were summed. Step 5 T he total per pupil expenditures sum wa s divided by the new median per pupil expenditures sum. = $5,077,323,566 = .91 BEFORE Poverty Weight $5,553,097,648 = $5,319,728,366 = .88 AFTER Poverty Weight 15 David C. Thompson, R. Craig Wood, and David S. Honeyman, Fiscal Leadership for Schools: Concepts and Practices (White Plains, N.Y.: Longman Publishing Group, 1994): 250. 16 Ibid. 17 Ibid.

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126 $6,031,307,380 Table 4 6 shows the final McLoone Index calculations before and after the poverty weights were applied to each school in Florida Interpretation of Results 20062007 The adequacy analysis of the 20062007 school year showed that successful high schools spend 2.80 percent more per pupil than nonsuccessful high schools. Successful middle schools spend 3.52 percent more per pupil than nonsuccessful middle schools. Finally, successful elementary schools spend 1.90 percent more than nonsuccessful elementary schools If all the nonsuccessful and successful high schools, middle schools, and elementary schools per pupil expenditures were calculated using a discount rate the total additional expenditures needed would be $1,192,120,381 in order to fund an adequate education using the successful schools approach To retard the cost, the poverty weights were only applied to nonsuccessful schools that had free and reduced lunch percentages that were above the mean free and reduced lunch percentages. The non successful schools below the mean free and reduced lunch percentage and the successful schools were not given the poverty weights. The weighting and nonweighting procedure based on threshold amounts of free and reduced lunch enrollment was the same analysis used in the Missouri study.18 The total additional expenditures needed if a poverty weight w ere applied would be $839,153,131 in order to fund an adequate education using the successful schools approach with a poverty weight Although the adequacy was improved with the successful schools approach, the equitable distribution of resources through the 2006 2007 FEFP decreased. Before the poverty weight was applied to the per pupil expenditures for high school, middle school, and elementary school, the 18 R. Craig Wood and B ruce Baker, Financing Missouri's Public Elementary and Secondary Schools: Final report ( Gainesville, FL: R.C. Wood and Associates, 2004). http://rcwoodassoc.com/research.shtml (accessed February 2, 2009): 122130; S.B. 287, 1420s.10T (Mo. 2 006).

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127 McLoone Index was .91. After the addition of the poverty weight to the per pupil expenditures for high school, middle school, and elementary school, the McLoone Index decreased to .88 Although the change was .03, the addition of any vertical formula adjustment, such as a poverty weight, will affect the horizontal equity of the FEFP in order to make the treating of unequal students more equal .19 Summary Th e results presented in chapter four suggest that the resources necessary to meet the FCAT Reading and Mathematics proficiency levels in the Florida Department of Education Next Generation Strategic Plan will cost more using the su ccessful schools approach.20 The successful schools approach to funding an adequate education took in to account the percentage of free and reduced students enrolled at each school. Currently, the FEFP does not take into consideration the additional costs of providing an adequate education to students living in poverty. However, the additional resources allocated for students living in poverty will negatively affect the equitable distribution of the FEFP. 19 David C. Thompson, R. Craig Wood, and David S. Honeyman, Fiscal Leadership for Schools: Concepts and Practices (White Plains, N.Y.: Longman Publishing Group, 1994): 234236. 20 Florida Department of Education, Next Generation Strategic Plan December 2, 2008, (Tallahassee, FL: Fl orida Department of Education, 2008) http://www.fldoe.org/default.asp (accessed February 22, 2009) : 6.

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128 Table 4 1. Range and r estricted r ange School Range High Range Low Restricted Range High Restricted Range Low Range Calculation Restricted Range Calculation High School $13,757 $4,430 $8,258 $4,975 $13,757 $4,430 = $9,327 $8,258 $4,975 = $3,283 Middle School $11,054 $4,267 $7,995 $4,862 $11,054 $4,267 = $6,787 $7,995 $4,862 = $3,133 Elementary School $18,290 $3,910 $9,262 $4,976 $18,290 $3,910 = $14,380 $9,262 $4,976 = $4,286

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129 Figure 4 1. High s chool f ree & r educed l unch g raph. Mean total free & reduced lunch % = 34.83 Mean free & reduced lunch % for NS schools = 41.65 Mean free & reduced lunch % for SS schools = 18.34 Mean total free & reduced lunch % + poverty weight .23 = 58.14 Poverty w eight = discount r ate #1 = 4 1.65 18.34 = 23.31/100 = .23

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130 Table 42. High s chool summary d ata t able. 287 Total high schools Mean free & reduced % Mean % 3> FCAT reading Mean % 3> FCAT mathematics Mean per pupil expenditures Mean per pupil expenditures with discount rate .23 SS 84 Schools 18.34 59.1 83.5 $5,972 $5,731 NS 203 Schools 41.65 36.3 64.8 $6,110 $5,575 Total expenditures without discount rate Total expenditures with discount rate Difference between total expenditures without and with discount rate Total e xpenditures w ith poverty r ate .23 for 135 NS s chools with a f ree & r educed l unch % > 34.83 Difference between t otal e xpenditures w ithout and w ith .23 poverty w eight Percentage difference spent on SS and NS s chools $3,327,012,863 $3,085,430,156 $241,582,707 $3,497,291,512 $170,278,649 2.80

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131 F igure 4 2. Middle s chool free & reduced l unch g raph Mean total free & reduced lunch % = 48.33 Mean free & reduced lunch % for NS schools = 62.51 Mean free & reduced lunch % for SS schools = 30.72 Mean total free & reduced lunch % + poverty weight .32 = 80.12 Povert y weight = discount rate #1 = 62.51 30.72 = 31.79/100 = .32

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132 Table 43. Middle school summary data table. 379 Total m iddle s chools Mean free & r educed % Mean % 3> FCAT r eading Mean % 3> FCAT m ath ematics Mean p er p upil e xpenditures Mean p er pupil e xpenditures w ith discount r ate .3 2 SS 169 Schools 30.72 76.2 76.3 $5,773 $5,262 NS 210 Schools 62.51 55.1 54.9 $6,104 $5,083 Total expenditures w ithout discount r ate Total e xpenditures w ith discount r ate Difference between total expenditures without and w ith discount r ate Total e xpenditures w ith poverty rate .32 for 184 NS schools with a free & r educed l unch % > 48.33 Difference between total expenditures without and w ith .32 poverty w eight Percentage difference spent on SS and NS s chools $2,309,040,140 $2,007,603,745 $301,436,395 $2,541,847,219 $232,807,219 3.52

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133 Figure 4 3. Elementary s chool free & reduced l unch graph Mean total free & reduced lunch % = 55.10 Mean free & reduced lunch % for NS schools = 76.43 Mean free & reduced lunch % for SS schools = 40.17 Mean total free & reduced lunch % + poverty weight .36 = 91.36 Povert y weight = discount rate #1 = 76.43 40.17 = 36.26/100 = .36

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134 Table 4 4: Elementary school summary d ata t able. 930 Total elementary schools Mean free & reduced % Mean % 3> FCAT reading Mean % 3> FCAT mathematics Mean per pupil expenditures Mean per pupil expenditures with discount rate .36 SS 547 Schools 40.17 85.1 81.2 $6,149 $5,376 NS 383 Schools 76.43 63.6 61.0 $6,732 $5,276 Total expenditures without discount Rate Total expenditures with discount rate Difference between total expenditures without and with discount rate Total expenditures with poverty rate .36 for 358 NS schools with a free & reduced lunch % > 55.10 Difference between total expenditures without and with .36 poverty weight Percentage difference spent on SS and NS schools $4,069,964,105 $3,420,862,826 $649,101,279 $4,506,031,368 $436,067,263 1.90

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135 Table 4 5. Total e xpenditures summary table. School l evel Total e xpenditures without discount r ate Total e xpenditures w ith discount r ate Difference between total e xpenditures without and with discount r ate Total e xpenditures w ith poverty r ate Difference between total e xpenditures w ithout and w ith poverty w eight High School $3,327,012,863 $3,085,430,156 $241,582,707 $3,497,291,512 $170,278,649 Middle School $2,309,040,140 $2,007,603,745 $301,436,395 $2,541,847,219 $232,807,219 Elementary School $4,069,964,105 $3,420,862,826 $649,101,279 $4,506,031,368 $436,067,263 Total Expenditures $9,706,017,108 $8,513,896,727 $1,192,120,381 $10,545,170,099 $839,153,131 Total Expenditures Needed $1,192,120,381 if the d iscount r ate is used. $839,153,131 if the poverty w eight is used.

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136 Table 46. McLoone index table. Before the p overty w eight After the p overty w eight Per p upil e xpenditures m edian Per Pupil Expenditures Median $6,056 $6,491 Total per p upil e xpenditures b elow the m edian Total p er p upil e xpenditures b elow the m edian $5,077,323,566 $5,319,728,366 Total e xpenditures with bottom brought up to m edian Total e xpenditures with bottom brought up to m edian $5,553,097,648 $6,031,307,380 McLoone i ndex McLoone i ndex .91 .88

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137 CHAPTER 5 CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS Introduction The purpose of this study was to determine if the successful schools approach could be applied to the state of Florida in order to determine the cost of funding an adequate education. In chapter four the results derived by calculating the Florida public education finance formula with adequacy formulas were presented. In addition, the McLoone Index was calculated before and after the adequacy analysis in order to determine if the equity of the FEFP was changed with the addition of a poverty weight. This chapter provides a summary of the findings, implications for future research, and recommendations for future adequacy studies. The following questions specifically addressed in this study were: 1. Can the successful schools approach be applied to the state of Florida to determine the cost of funding an adequate education? 2. If the successful schools approach can be applied to Florida, how can it be operationalized? 3. If the successful schools approach cannot be applied to Florida, why can it not be operationalized? 4. If the successful schools approach can be applied to Florida, how does it affect the equitable distribution of resources while providing adequate funding throughout the public schools in Florida? Findings Research Question 1 T he successful schools approach can be applied to the state of Florida to determine the cost of funding an adequate educati on. The adequacy analysis of the 2006 2007 school year showed that the total additional expenditures needed would be $1,192,120,381 in order to fund an adequate education using the successful schools approach with a discount rate. The total additional expenditures needed if a poverty weight w ere applied would be $839,153,131 in order to fund an adequate education using the successful schools approach with a poverty weight.

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138 Although the poverty weight retarded the total additional cost compared to applying a discount rate, the overall cost to Florida would be approximately $ 800 million dollars. Given Floridas total budget of approximately eighteen billion dollars in 20062007, the additional cost of applying a poverty weight would increase the needed budget by 4.4 percent. 1 Reallocating the ex isting 20062007 funding to support the poverty weight would be unwise since approximately 50 percent of Florida schools are identified as non successful. Taking away money would further compound the adequacy issue. Additional funding to the 20062007 funding would perhaps change the number of identified non successful schools, but the analysis of that issue was beyond the scope of this research. Research Question 2 The operationalization of the successful schools approach to Florida requires additional formula adjustments. The formula adjustments utilized were discount rates and a poverty weight. 2 Discount rates are additional student weights applied to special student populations in order to account for student characteristics and demographics. For this particular study the discount rate equaled the poverty weight since no additional discount rates were applied. The poverty weight for the high schools was .23. For the middle schools, the poverty weight was .32. Finally, for the elementary school s the poverty weight rate was .36. These three rates are reasonable calculations given that a discount rate of 25 percent is seen as the standard practice in the field of education finance.3 1 Florida Department of Education, 200607 Final Calculation Statewide Summary (Tallahassee, FL: Flori da Department of Education, November 2007), http://www.fldoe.org/fefp/pdf/0607finalcalcparta.pdf (accessed February 8, 2009) : 1. 2 R. C raig Wood and A nthony Rolle Determining the Cost of Providing an Adequate Education in the State of Montana (Gainesville, FL: R.C. Wood and Associates, October 15, 2005), http://rcwoodassoc.com/research.shtml (accessed February 2, 2009). 3 Ibid.

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139 The adequacy analysis of the 20062007 school year showed that successful high schools spend 2.80 percent more per pupil than nonsuccessful high schools. Successful middle schools spend 3.52 percent more per pupil than nonsuccessful middle schools. Finally successful elementary schools spend 1.90 percent more than nonsuccessful elementary schools. Overall, at all three levels successful schools outspend nonsuccessful schools by an average of 2.74. At the superficial level, it appeared as though the suc cessful schools spent less. In actuality, with closer examination of the actual populations, specifically free and reduced students, the nonsuccessful schools had less money to achieve the same student achievement results as the successful schools. Trea ting nonequals equally or even less equally in this case, further supports the need for an additional poverty weight vertical adjustment to the FEFP. This would in fact make the FEFP more equal for non equals. Research Question 3 Although the successful schools approach can be operationalized to Florida, there are limitations to the approach. T he FEFP has withstood equity litigation due to the funding formula being horizontally equitable. However, this characteristic ma de the successful schools approach more challenging since most of the per pupil expenditures are within a rather small restricted range. The lack of expenditure variance made the historical successful schools model inappropriate for Florida without additional modifications to the approach. W hen the free and reduced lunch percentages were graphed for each school level, there existed some type of relationship between poverty and student achievement. The nonsuccessful schools were almost double the free and reduced lunch percentage at eve ry level when compared to the successful schools. However, this student population characteristic is not taken into account in the FEFP. The addition of the formula adjustment in the form of a poverty weight was the solution to this issue. Although it detours from a majority of successful schools

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140 approaches, the approach was instituted in previous successful school studies done in Montana and Rhode Island.4 A & M and APA dominate the successful schools research.5 The successful schools approach used by A & M and APA determined poverty weights by dividing the additional costs by the base costs in order to calculate a cost weight. The additional costs and base costs were determined by the professional judgment panels for prototypical schools based on siz e. The same weights that were applied to the school districts were then applied to the schools within the district based on size of the district. Whereas, in this study the poverty weights were generated by an average free and reduced lunch percentage of every school in Florida based on the school level: elementary, middle, or high school. School level per pupil expenditures and free and reduced lunch percentages were utilized and not district level data Furthermore, the mere definition of what was a s uccessful vs. nonsuccessful school impacted the results. As the school age increased from elementary to high school, the number of successful schools decreased substantially making the cost increase each subsequent level of school. At the elementary lev el the ratio of successful to nonsuccessful elementary schools was 1.4:1. At the middle school level the ratio of successful to nonsuccessful middle schools was 1.8:1. Finally, at the high school level the ratio of successful to nonsuccessful was 4:1. The ratio of .4:1 was a noticeable switch where the nonsuccessful schools outnumber ed the successful by almost double. Although the FCAT proficiency criteria for reading decreased for high school by 25 percent as compared to elementary school, the numbe r of students scoring at proficient levels also decreased substantially. 4 Ibid; R.Craig Wood and A nthony Rolle State of Rhode Island Education Adequacy Study Final Report (Gainesville, FL: R.C. Wood and Associates, April 2, 2007), http://rcwoodassoc.com/research.shtml (accessed February 2, 2009). 5 Baker, Taylor, and Vedl itz, "Measuring Educational Adequacy in Public Schools."

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141 Finally by applying a poverty weight, the nonsuccessful schools above the mean free and reduced lunch percentage should therefore receive more resources based on the schools free and reduced lunch percentage. Using this particular number underestimates the poverty at the middle and high school levels since fewer older students apply for free and reduced lunches The actual cost should therefore be higher for secondary. Research Question 4 With the application of the successful schools approach to Florida, the equitable distribution of funds was decreased. For the 2006 2007 school year, the McLoone Index decreased from .91 to .88 with the addition of a poverty weight to the FE FP. Therefore, increasing the adequacy of funding with respect to students living in poverty slightly compromise d the equity of the distribution of resources. This change however is negligible given the overall equity of the system. A score of 1 means t here is a more equitable distribution of funding. The difference between .91 to .88 is small and acceptable given the increase in funding to free and reduced lunch students. Although the horizontal equity has been altered by the poverty weight, gains were made in vertical equity and thus adequate funding for students living in poverty. Conclusion The results of this study found that the successful schools approach can be applied to the state of Florida in order to determine the cost of funding an adequate education The Florida Education Finance Program (FEFP) and Florida school level data from the 20062007 school year were analyzed using the successful schools approach with a poverty weight. In addition, the McLoone Index was calculated before an d after the adequacy analysis to determine if the equity of the FEFP was changed with the addition of a poverty weight. The results of this study indicate that the additional cost of applying a poverty weight in 20062007 dollars would

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142 increase the needed budget by 4.4 percent. The poverty weights were .23 for high schools, .32 for middle schools, and .36 for elementary schools. Overall, at all three levels (elementary, middle, and high school) successful schools outspend nonsuccessful schools by an ave rage of 2.74. Although the horizontal equity was altered by the poverty weight, gains were made in the vertical equity and thus adequate funding for students living in poverty. Implications and Suggestions for Future Research The purpose of this study wa s to determine if the successful schools approach could be applied to the state of Florida in order to determine the cost of funding an adequate education. Additional adequacy research needs to be done using the same set of data with a different approac h such as the professional judgment approach, evidence based approach, or the statistical analysis approach. Results from each study could be compared to determine the final recommended total expenditures needed to fund an adequate education. Perhaps eve n a hybrid approach could be developed that uses the strengths from each approach to develop a more sound recommendation for total expenditures needed to fund an adequate education in Florida. In addition, the successful schools approach could be applied t o the state of Florida over several years in order to determine a stable poverty weight. F urther research needs to be done to calculate a poverty weight that will adequately fund Floridas public education system without substantially compromising the equity of the FEFP. Finally, although the per pupil expenditure for Florida is now available at the school level, there needs to be further delineation of expenditures in order to determine the relationship between resources and student achievement. Althoug h this study determined the additional funding needed to implement a successful schools approach with a poverty weight in Florida, this study does not necessarily imply that the student achievement will automatically increase in the same magnitude with add itional monies.

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143 Additional research needs to be done to tie student level fiscal data to student achievement in order to determine the relationship between resources and student achievement on FCAT Reading and Mathematics. Recommendations Florida is one of the very few states in the United States that does not t ake into consideration poverty in the state finance formula w hereas, t hirty four states use a poverty weight in the state school finance systems.6 The Florida legislator and policymakers need t o reexamine the FEFP in order to increase funding to an adequate level especially for students living in poverty. With the accountability of the A+ plan, the grading of public schools has made student achievement on the FCAT Reading and Mathematics the ma in goal of every public school in Florida. Since some type of relationship exists between poverty and student achievement, additional resources would benefit the students of Florida especially the children living in poverty 6 Deborah A. Verstegen and Teresa S. Jordan, A Fifty State Survey of School Finance Policies and Programs: An Overview, Journal of Education Finance 34, no. 3 (Winter 2009).

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145 High Schools SS or NS PW or NPW District Number School Number October Membership FCAT Reading FCAT Math Free & Reduced Lunch % Weighted Count Regular Per Pupil Expenditure Weighted Total Count Per Pupil Expenditures with Discount Rate #1 Total Regular Per Pupil Expenditure Total Expenditures with Discount Rate #1 Total Expenditures with Poverty Weight .23 HOMESTEAD SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 13 7151 2772 16 34 75.713154 482.71678 $ 7,282 3254.7168 $ 6,202 $ 20,185,704 $ 17,191,902 $ 23,700,848 MIAMI SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 13 7461 3287 23 53 75.296 569.24529 $ 6,060 3856.2453 $ 5,165 $ 19,919,220 $ 16,978,815 $ 23,368,846 EAST GADSDEN HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 20 71 1134 17 44 71.113155 185.47733 $ 6,322 1319.4773 $ 5,433 $ 7,169,148 $ 6,161,390 $ 8,341,736 MIAMI CAROL CITY SENIOR HIGH NS PW 13 7231 2557 13 39 67.950311 399.62257 $ 6,077 2956.6226 $ 5,256 $ 15,538,889 $ 13,438,624 $ 17,967,395 HALLANDALE HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 6 403 1560 24 51 66.64434 239.11989 $ 7,227 1799.1199 $ 6,266 $ 11,274,120 $ 9,775,684 $ 13,002,239 HAINES CITY SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 53 1791 1853 28 48 66.555925 283.6547 $ 5,584 2136.6547 $ 4,843 $ 10,347,152 $ 8,973,501 $ 11,931,080 LETO HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 29 2421 1805 25 55 66.302473 275.25472 $ 6,358 2080.2547 $ 5,517 $ 11,476,190 $ 9,957,686 $ 13,226,259 FORT PIERCE CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 56 161 1590 23 45 63.623978 232.67289 $ 7,864 1822.6729 $ 6,860 $ 12,503,760 $ 10,907,595 $ 14,333,500 EVANS HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 48 671 2351 17 48 63.25188 342.02189 $ 7,733 2693.0219 $ 6,751 $ 18,180,283 $ 15,871,332 $ 20,825,138 MIDDLETON HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 29 3004 1799 27 50 63.111888 261.13806 $ 6,825 2060.1381 $ 5,960 $ 12,278,175 $ 10,721,824 $ 14,060,442 HIALEAH SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 13 7111 4172 28 53 62.608696 600.768 $ 5,261 4772.768 $ 4,599 $ 21,948,892 $ 19,186,094 $ 25,109,532 WILDWOOD HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 60 161 484 31 68 62.260128 69.307974 $ 7,628 553.30797 $ 6,673 $ 3,691,952 $ 3,229,494 $ 4,220,633 SOUTH DADE SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 13 7701 2702 18 40 61.461152 381.95647 $ 5,684 3083.9565 $ 4,980 $ 15,358,168 $ 13,456,017 $ 17,529,209 DILLARD HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 6 371 2144 25 58 61.28178 302.19271 $ 8,078 2446.1927 $ 7,080 $ 17,319,232 $ 15,179,684 $ 19,760,345 PENSACOLA HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 17 411 1461 43 56 61.143695 205.46116 $ 7,654 1666.4612 $ 6,710 $ 11,182,494 $ 9,803,783 $ 12,755,094

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146 PALM BEACH LAKES HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 50 1851 2230 19 51 59.455655 304.94805 $ 6,206 2534.9481 $ 5,459 $ 13,839,380 $ 12,174,536 $ 15,731,888 STRANAHAN HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 6 211 1934 35 62 59.212685 263.38986 $ 7,149 2197.3899 $ 6,292 $ 13,826,166 $ 12,168,894 $ 15,709,140 DUNBAR HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 36 831 850 42 60 58.958838 115.26453 $ 7,450 965.26453 $ 6,560 $ 6,332,500 $ 5,576,321 $ 7,191,221 LAKE WEIR HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 42 501 1706 33 66 58.787129 230.66894 $ 5,563 1936.6689 $ 4,900 $ 9,490,478 $ 8,360,105 $ 10,773,689 JEFFERSON HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 29 3784 1871 35 63 58.570631 252.047 $ 6,202 2123.047 $ 5,466 $ 11,603,942 $ 10,226,328 $ 13,167,137 RIDGE COMMUNITY HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 53 937 1662 27 53 58.285714 222.80297 $ 5,194 1884.803 $ 4,580 $ 8,632,428 $ 7,611,987 $ 9,789,667 INTERLACHEN HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 54 112 966 35 71 57.809111 128.44028 $ 5,903 1094.4403 $ 5,210 $ 5,702,298 $ 5,033,093 $ 6,460,481 EAST LEE COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 36 745 899 29 51 57.697283 119.30067 $ 7,212 1018.3007 $ 6,367 $ 6,483,588 $ 5,723,993 $ 7,343,984 MIAMI SOUTHRIDGE SENIOR HIGH NS PW 13 7731 3679 19 43 57.352096 485.29623 $ 5,507 4164.2962 $ 4,865 $ 20,260,253 $ 17,899,176 $ 22,932,779 BLANCHE ELY HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 6 361 2226 29 60 56.882022 291.22458 $ 6,521 2517.2246 $ 5,767 $ 14,515,746 $ 12,836,380 $ 16,414,821 NORTH MIAMI SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 13 7591 2913 20 43 56.144068 376.15964 $ 5,737 3289.1596 $ 5,081 $ 16,711,881 $ 14,800,653 $ 18,869,909 KATHLEEN SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 53 1181 1710 27 58 55.977928 220.16119 $ 5,070 1930.1612 $ 4,492 $ 8,669,700 $ 7,680,803 $ 9,785,917 CLEWISTON HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 26 201 1027 26 47 55.643564 131.43566 $ 7,585 1158.4357 $ 6,724 $ 7,789,795 $ 6,905,968 $ 8,786,735 BOYD H. ANDERSON HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 6 1741 2633 22 53 55.56442 336.49257 $ 6,654 2969.4926 $ 5,900 $ 17,519,982 $ 15,534,679 $ 19,759,004 DIXIE COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 15 21 628 33 63 55.555556 80.244444 $ 5,630 708.24444 $ 4,992 $ 3,535,640 $ 3,135,050 $ 3,987,416 HILLSBOROUGH HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 29 1881 2114 45 66 54.411765 264.56088 $ 6,179 2378.5609 $ 5,492 $ 13,062,406 $ 11,609,510 $ 14,697,128 SOUTH MIAMI SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 13 7721 2666 40 65 54.255733 332.6853 $ 6,123 2998.6853 $ 5,444 $ 16,323,918 $ 14,512,882 $ 18,360,950 AVON PARK HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 28 231 1131 31 59 54.231119 141.07141 $ 6,045 1272.0714 $ 5,375 $ 6,836,895 $ 6,078,690 $ 7,689,672 HARDEE SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 25 21 1329 28 63 53.641882 163.96714 $ 5,370 1492.9671 $ 4,780 $ 7,136,730 $ 6,352,929 $ 8,017,234 MADISON COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 40 11 771 31 59 53.497942 94.867901 $ 7,179 865.8679 $ 6,392 $ 5,535,009 $ 4,928,572 $ 6,216,066 SPOTO HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 29 43 1090 26 51 53.400735 133.87564 $ 7,116 1223.8756 $ 6,338 $ 7,756,440 $ 6,907,989 $ 8,709,099 WILLIAM M. RAINES HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 16 1651 1418 12 44 53.354134 174.00917 $ 7,381 1592.0092 $ 6,574 $ 10,466,258 $ 9,322,279 $ 11,750,620 BLAKE HIGH SCHOOL MAGNET NS PW 29 281 1808 35 56 53.171008 221.10632 $ 6,721 2029.1063 $ 5,989 $ 12,151,568 $ 10,827,444 $ 13,637,624

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147 PINE FOREST HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 17 862 1548 30 53 53.151958 189.24223 $ 6,017 1737.2422 $ 5,362 $ 9,314,316 $ 8,299,684 $ 10,452,986 TAMPA BAY TECH HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 29 4221 1903 46 81 52.99945 231.97329 $ 6,227 2134.9733 $ 5,550 $ 11,849,981 $ 10,562,434 $ 13,294,479 OAK RIDGE HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 48 691 2179 19 48 52.374031 262.48293 $ 7,142 2441.4829 $ 6,374 $ 15,562,418 $ 13,889,308 $ 17,437,071 LEHIGH SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 36 241 2167 29 57 52.184585 260.09319 $ 5,489 2427.0932 $ 4,901 $ 11,894,663 $ 10,620,002 $ 13,322,315 NORTH MIAMI BEACH SENIOR HIGH NS PW 13 7541 2840 30 58 52.136445 340.55526 $ 6,254 3180.5553 $ 5,584 $ 17,761,360 $ 15,859,577 $ 19,891,193 DESOTO COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 14 31 1206 28 59 52.103004 144.52331 $ 5,770 1350.5233 $ 5,153 $ 6,958,620 $ 6,213,958 $ 7,792,520 SOUTH BROWARD HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 6 171 2388 40 66 51.903269 285.07352 $ 6,487 2673.0735 $ 5,795 $ 15,490,956 $ 13,838,902 $ 17,340,228 VERNON HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 67 51 413 41 80 51.358025 48.784988 $ 7,296 461.78499 $ 6,525 $ 3,013,248 $ 2,694,915 $ 3,369,183 W. J. WOODHAM HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 17 851 1298 29 50 51.101695 152.559 $ 6,069 1450.559 $ 5,431 $ 7,877,562 $ 7,049,059 $ 8,803,443 CHAMBERLAIN HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 29 761 2246 30 59 50.815851 262.50452 $ 5,547 2508.5045 $ 4,967 $ 12,458,562 $ 11,154,826 $ 13,914,675 DUNNELLON HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 42 521 1369 37 70 50.561798 159.20393 $ 5,557 1528.2039 $ 4,978 $ 7,607,533 $ 6,815,002 $ 8,492,229 RIDGEWOOD HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 51 931 1988 34 60 50.480769 230.81827 $ 5,640 2218.8183 $ 5,053 $ 11,212,320 $ 10,045,930 $ 12,514,135 MULBERRY SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 53 1131 1027 31 63 50.417537 119.09126 $ 6,652 1146.0913 $ 5,961 $ 6,831,604 $ 6,121,727 $ 7,623,799 PALM BEACH GARDENS HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 50 1371 2636 37 69 50.303521 304.98019 $ 6,633 2940.9802 $ 5,945 $ 17,484,588 $ 15,671,433 $ 19,507,522 SOUTH SUMTE R HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 60 171 1086 40 69 49.953052 124.77273 $ 6,830 1210.7727 $ 6,126 $ 7,417,380 $ 6,653,003 $ 8,269,578 ANDREW JACKSON HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 16 351 1695 18 43 49.843652 194.31548 $ 5,478 1889.3155 $ 4,915 $ 9,285,210 $ 8,330,229 $ 10,349,670 LABELLE HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 26 181 1125 32 63 49.597135 128.33259 $ 6,564 1253.3326 $ 5,892 $ 7,384,500 $ 6,628,378 $ 8,226,875 SOUTHEAST HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 41 431 1589 40 65 49.330656 180.28875 $ 6,674 1769.2887 $ 5,994 $ 10,604,986 $ 9,524,349 $ 11,808,233 PASCO HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 51 31 1329 37 68 48.780488 149.10732 $ 6,083 1478.1073 $ 5,469 $ 8,084,307 $ 7,268,785 $ 8,991,327 COCONUT CREEK HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 6 1681 2585 21 54 48.680471 289.42974 $ 5,695 2874.4297 $ 5,122 $ 14,721,575 $ 13,239,242 $ 16,369,877 NORTH MARION HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 42 331 1572 31 68 48.51092 175.39608 $ 5,279 1747.3961 $ 4,749 $ 8,298,588 $ 7,465,612 $ 9,224,504 GULF HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 51 331 1790 40 69 48.387097 199.20968 $ 6,316 1989.2097 $ 5,683 $ 11,305,640 $ 10,173,435 $ 12,563,848 MIRAMAR HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 6 1751 3102 32 63 48.214871 343.99382 $ 5,740 3445.9938 $ 5,167 $ 17,805,480 $ 16,028,061 $ 19,780,005

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148 COLONIAL HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 48 661 3778 31 61 47.796518 415.32306 $ 5,641 4193.3231 $ 5,082 $ 21,311,698 $ 19,200,904 $ 23,654,535 HOLLYWOOD HILLS HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 6 1661 2153 29 64 47.425094 234.84432 $ 6,473 2387.8443 $ 5,836 $ 13,936,369 $ 12,565,728 $ 15,456,516 LAKE PLACID HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 28 251 818 40 76 47.148289 88.704791 $ 6,844 906.70479 $ 6,174 $ 5,598,392 $ 5,050,690 $ 6,205,488 MIAMI CORAL PARK SENIOR HIGH NS PW 13 7271 3765 39 68 47.116431 408.00473 $ 5,556 4173.0047 $ 5,013 $ 20,918,340 $ 18,873,103 $ 23,185,214 JOHN I. LEONAR D HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 50 1361 2087 29 62 47.037422 225.78433 $ 6,843 2312.7843 $ 6,175 $ 14,281,341 $ 12,887,133 $ 15,826,383 CELEBRATION HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 49 902 1955 36 60 46.960732 211.15893 $ 5,168 2166.1589 $ 4,664 $ 10,103,440 $ 9,118,548 $ 11,194,709 DEERFIELD BEACH HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 6 1711 2288 33 63 46.895273 246.78169 $ 6,803 2534.7817 $ 6,141 $ 15,565,264 $ 14,049,859 $ 17,244,120 LAKE WORTH HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 50 691 2382 29 65 46.729815 256.01396 $ 6,949 2638.014 $ 6,275 $ 16,552,518 $ 14,946,129 $ 18,331,559 MCARTHUR HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 6 241 2541 29 63 46.663904 272.71785 $ 5,764 2813.7179 $ 5,205 $ 14,646,324 $ 13,226,738 $ 16,218,270 SOUTHWEST MIAMI SENIOR HIGH NS PW 13 7741 3069 40 62 46.466013 327.98964 $ 5,811 3396.9896 $ 5,250 $ 17,833,959 $ 16,112,036 $ 19,739,907 NEWBERRY HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 1 261 555 41 64 46.415771 59.249731 $ 6,416 614.24973 $ 5,797 $ 3,560,880 $ 3,217,402 $ 3,941,026 WILLISTON HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 38 91 616 33 74 46.353323 65.673387 $ 5,666 681.67339 $ 5,120 $ 3,490,256 $ 3,154,000 $ 3,862,361 PALATKA HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 54 301 1614 32 67 46.1837 171.44313 $ 5,883 1785.4431 $ 5,318 $ 9,495,162 $ 8,583,411 $ 10,503,762 HUDSON HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 51 521 1716 35 61 46.139706 182.10419 $ 5,480 1898.1042 $ 4,954 $ 9,403,680 $ 8,501,491 $ 10,401,611 JAMES RICKARDS HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 37 51 1232 41 68 46.064623 130.52872 $ 6,221 1362.5287 $ 5,625 $ 7,664,272 $ 6,930,043 $ 8,476,291 FORT LAUDERDALE HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 6 951 1650 44 74 45.828066 173.91751 $ 7,477 1823.9175 $ 6,764 $ 12,337,050 $ 11,160,665 $ 13,637,431 AMERICAN SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 13 7011 2773 28 55 45.822503 292.25134 $ 5,457 3065.2513 $ 4,937 $ 15,132,261 $ 13,689,500 $ 16,727,077 AUBURNDALE SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 53 811 1882 34 63 45.464726 196.79861 $ 5,791 2078.7986 $ 5,243 $ 10,898,662 $ 9,866,892 $ 12,038,323 GIBBS HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 52 1531 2272 36 58 45.200193 236.19813 $ 6,825 2508.1981 $ 6,182 $ 15,506,400 $ 14,046,155 $ 17,118,452 BARTOW SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 53 901 1502 39 63 45.044429 155.61049 $ 6,783 1657.6105 $ 6,146 $ 10,188,066 $ 9,231,647 $ 11,243,572 WEST PORT HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 42 701 1713 37 70 44.964871 177.1571 $ 5,119 1890.1571 $ 4,639 $ 8,768,847 $ 7,946,977 $ 9,675,714 ROBINSON HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 29 3731 1232 48 77 44.769874 126.85992 $ 6,667 1358.8599 $ 6,045 $ 8,213,744 $ 7,446,928 $ 9,059,519 LAKELAND SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 53 31 2158 39 64 44.736842 222.04684 $ 5,297 2380.0468 $ 4,803 $ 11,430,926 $ 10,364,476 $ 12,607,108

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149 MIAMI BEACH SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 13 7201 2097 35 62 44.483275 214.54728 $ 6,025 2311.5473 $ 5,466 $ 12,634,425 $ 11,461,755 $ 13,927,072 BOOKER HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 58 85 1717 39 65 44.32167 175.03071 $ 7,867 1892.0307 $ 7,139 $ 13,507,639 $ 12,258,055 $ 14,884,606 DIXIE M. HOLLINS HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 52 1031 1844 23 54 44.236229 187.6147 $ 6,042 2031.6147 $ 5,484 $ 11,141,448 $ 10,112,562 $ 12,275,016 EASTSIDE HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 1 421 1947 48 65 44.080338 197.39616 $ 5,370 2144.3962 $ 4,876 $ 10,455,390 $ 9,492,949 $ 11,515,407 ROBERT E. LEE HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 16 331 1933 30 57 43.066884 191.47106 $ 5,662 2124.4711 $ 5,152 $ 10,944,646 $ 9,958,244 $ 12,028,755 MIAMI LAKES EDUCATIONAL CENTER NS PW 13 7391 1559 44 76 42.914439 153.8783 $ 6,226 1712.8783 $ 5,667 $ 9,706,334 $ 8,834,355 $ 10,664,380 ESCAMBIA HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 17 281 1829 35 56 42.594787 179.18349 $ 5,311 2008.1835 $ 4,837 $ 9,713,819 $ 8,847,087 $ 10,665,463 SEBRING HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 28 221 1645 40 73 42.501595 160.80479 $ 5,823 1805.8048 $ 5,304 $ 9,578,835 $ 8,725,851 $ 10,515,201 CHIEFLAND HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 38 51 538 38 69 42.322835 52.370276 $ 6,013 590.37028 $ 5,480 $ 3,234,994 $ 2,948,026 $ 3,549,896 MAINLAND HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 64 3436 1986 34 56 41.81128 190.98556 $ 6,226 2176.9856 $ 5,680 $ 12,364,836 $ 11,280,077 $ 13,553,912 LAKE GIBSON SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 53 1762 2081 40 73 41.695588 199.56759 $ 5,842 2280.5676 $ 5,331 $ 12,157,202 $ 11,093,351 $ 13,323,076 COLUMBIA HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 12 11 1967 41 64 41.627297 188.32605 $ 5,080 2155.3261 $ 4,636 $ 9,992,360 $ 9,119,257 $ 10,949,056 ARMWOOD HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 29 131 1987 31 55 41.604676 190.13753 $ 5,932 2177.1375 $ 5,414 $ 11,786,884 $ 10,757,492 $ 12,914,780 ZEPHYRHILLS HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 51 131 1656 41 67 41.538462 158.21169 $ 5,332 1814.2117 $ 4,867 $ 8,829,792 $ 8,059,774 $ 9,673,377 PLANTATION HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 6 1451 2669 29 61 41.160329 252.67091 $ 6,509 2921.6709 $ 5,946 $ 17,372,521 $ 15,870,117 $ 19,017,156 AMOS P. GODBY HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 37 161 1299 29 62 40.841584 122.0224 $ 6,767 1421.0224 $ 6,186 $ 8,790,333 $ 8,035,512 $ 9,616,059 PORT ST. LUCIE HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 56 301 2251 33 59 40.640732 210.40926 $ 5,270 2461.4093 $ 4,820 $ 11,862,770 $ 10,848,702 $ 12,971,627 SOUTH PLANTATION HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 6 2351 2569 41 67 40.596421 239.87208 $ 6,042 2808.8721 $ 5,526 $ 15,521,898 $ 14,196,359 $ 16,971,205 BAYSHORE HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 41 72 1779 37 71 40.163456 164.33681 $ 6,725 1943.3368 $ 6,156 $ 11,963,775 $ 10,952,067 $ 13,068,940 BLOUNTSTOWN HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 7 21 400 43 78 39.897698 36.705882 $ 6,838 436.70588 $ 6,263 $ 2,735,200 $ 2,505,302 $ 2,986,195 KING HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 29 2241 2031 50 65 39.893899 186.35637 $ 5,948 2217.3564 $ 5,448 $ 12,080,388 $ 11,065,099 $ 13,188,836 TREASURE COAST HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 56 411 1739 36 59 39.845606 159.37047 $ 5,095 1898.3705 $ 4,667 $ 8,860,205 $ 8,116,380 $ 9,672,198 BOCA CIEGA HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 52 431 1917 32 55 39.702643 175.05292 $ 5,875 2092.0529 $ 5,383 $ 11,262,375 $ 10,319,994 $ 12,290,811

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150 PALMETTO HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 41 351 1923 34 66 39.659901 175.41178 $ 6,102 2098.4118 $ 5,592 $ 11,734,146 $ 10,753,258 $ 12,804,509 EAST BAY HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 29 1322 1907 39 64 39.453125 173.04535 $ 5,839 2080.0454 $ 5,353 $ 11,134,973 $ 10,208,620 $ 12,145,385 PINE RIDGE HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 64 6881 2571 31 60 39.450687 233.28375 $ 5,275 2804.2837 $ 4,836 $ 13,562,025 $ 12,433,822 $ 14,792,597 UMATILLA HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 35 231 898 39 73 39.443155 81.465893 $ 5,958 979.46589 $ 5,462 $ 5,350,284 $ 4,905,281 $ 5,835,658 PLANT CITY HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 29 3431 2734 40 72 39.40207 247.7681 $ 5,380 2981.7681 $ 4,933 $ 14,708,920 $ 13,486,692 $ 16,041,912 SUWANNEE HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 61 43 1301 35 61 39.236393 117.40706 $ 5,825 1418.4071 $ 5,343 $ 7,578,325 $ 6,951,038 $ 8,262,221 WALTON SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 66 271 707 41 74 39.175258 63.702887 $ 8,258 770.70289 $ 7,575 $ 5,838,406 $ 5,355,829 $ 6,364,464 LAKE REGION HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 53 1991 2181 36 65 39.002375 195.64762 $ 5,526 2376.6476 $ 5,071 $ 12,052,206 $ 11,060,058 $ 13,133,355 ENGLEWOOD HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 16 901 1997 23 56 38.709677 177.79742 $ 5,453 2174.7974 $ 5,007 $ 10,889,641 $ 9,999,374 $ 11,859,170 PIPER HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 6 1901 2811 32 64 38.672168 250.02717 $ 5,967 3061.0272 $ 5,480 $ 16,773,237 $ 15,403,185 $ 18,265,149 SAN TALUCES COMMUNITY HIGH NS PW 50 1611 2146 35 64 38.388174 189.47635 $ 6,710 2335.4763 $ 6,166 $ 14,399,660 $ 13,231,421 $ 15,671,046 CAPE CORAL HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 36 621 2147 45 71 38.292799 189.09367 $ 5,593 2336.0937 $ 5,140 $ 12,008,171 $ 11,036,177 $ 13,065,772 TAYLOR COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 62 161 779 40 68 38.263229 68.556228 $ 6,525 847.55623 $ 5,997 $ 5,082,975 $ 4,671,829 $ 5,530,304 OKEECHOBEE HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 47 101 1284 30 73 38.161107 112.69738 $ 5,474 1396.6974 $ 5,032 $ 7,028,616 $ 6,461,488 $ 7,645,521 CHIPLEY HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 67 21 618 47 76 37.710438 53.601616 $ 5,509 671.60162 $ 5,069 $ 3,404,562 $ 3,132,838 $ 3,699,853 WASHINGTON SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 17 951 1689 47 64 37.522769 145.7647 $ 6,397 1834.7647 $ 5,889 $ 10,804,533 $ 9,946,156 $ 11,736,990 NORTH PORT HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 58 1251 2433 41 72 37.484063 209.75707 $ 6,208 2642.7571 $ 5,715 $ 15,104,064 $ 13,905,246 $ 16,406,236 MILTON HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 57 151 1834 47 79 37.344633 157.52713 $ 5,835 1991.5271 $ 5,373 $ 10,701,390 $ 9,854,924 $ 11,620,561 LEESBURG HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 35 161 1786 40 66 37.206573 152.83716 $ 6,212 1938.8372 $ 5,722 $ 11,094,632 $ 10,220,050 $ 12,044,056 LELY HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 11 261 1560 32 60 36.702849 131.68982 $ 7,403 1691.6898 $ 6,827 $ 11,548,680 $ 10,649,671 $ 12,523,580 FRANK W. SPRINGSTEAD HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 27 181 2016 41 61 36.490683 169.2 $ 5,063 2185.2 $ 4,671 $ 10,207,008 $ 9,416,680 $ 11,063,668 LIBERTY COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 39 21 325 47 75 36.451613 27.247581 $ 7,375 352.24758 $ 6,805 $ 2,396,875 $ 2,211,468 $ 2,597,826 SEBASTIAN RIVER HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 31 291 1977 49 74 36.311688 165.11288 $ 6,155 2142.1129 $ 5,681 $ 12,168,435 $ 11,230,499 $ 13,184,705

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151 WHARTON HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 29 4731 2358 44 67 36.303485 196.88832 $ 5,457 2554.8883 $ 5,036 $ 12,867,606 $ 11,875,985 $ 13,942,026 ST. LUCIE WEST CENTENNIAL HIGH NS PW 56 401 2545 36 65 36.193136 211.85652 $ 5,900 2756.8565 $ 5,447 $ 15,015,500 $ 13,861,602 $ 16,265,453 BRADFORD HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 4 21 992 33 62 35.670732 81.386341 $ 5,979 1073.3863 $ 5,526 $ 5,931,168 $ 5,481,455 $ 6,417,777 UNION COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 63 21 588 43 73 35.008977 47.34614 $ 7,271 635.34614 $ 6,729 $ 4,275,348 $ 3,956,748 $ 4,619,602 SOUTH FORT MYERS HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 36 511 1345 41 68 34.891217 107.93598 $ 6,413 1452.936 $ 5,937 $ 8,625,485 $ 7,984,713 $ 9,317,678 COCOA HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 5 1121 1272 34 70 34.753551 101.67499 $ 7,483 1373.675 $ 6,929 $ 9,518,376 $ 8,813,857 $ 9,518,376 EDGEWATER HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 48 121 2574 42 72 34.609186 204.8933 $ 6,156 2778.8933 $ 5,702 $ 15,845,544 $ 14,677,221 $ 15,845,544 EUSTIS HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 35 81 1330 42 73 34.272658 104.84006 $ 5,600 1434.8401 $ 5,191 $ 7,448,000 $ 6,903,794 $ 7,448,000 CRYSTAL RIVER HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 9 121 1353 45 74 34.047619 105.95279 $ 6,503 1458.9528 $ 6,031 $ 8,798,559 $ 8,159,586 $ 8,798,559 HERNANDO HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 27 51 1453 39 65 33.861671 113.16232 $ 5,423 1566.1623 $ 5,031 $ 7,879,619 $ 7,310,281 $ 7,879,619 APOPKA HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 48 1521 3534 42 70 33.537118 272.5964 $ 5,457 3806.5964 $ 5,066 $ 19,285,038 $ 17,904,006 $ 19,285,038 NATHAN B. FORREST HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 16 2411 1847 25 55 33.487565 142.25853 $ 5,715 1989.2585 $ 5,306 $ 10,555,605 $ 9,800,738 $ 10,555,605 ST. JOHNS TECHNICAL HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 55 33 236 21 43 33.464567 18.164567 $ 8,245 254.16457 $ 7,656 $ 1,945,820 $ 1,806,757 $ 1,945,820 TERRY PARKE R HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 16 861 1899 28 59 33.112583 144.62583 $ 5,548 2043.6258 $ 5,155 $ 10,535,652 $ 9,790,052 $ 10,535,652 DELTONA HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 64 6761 2890 35 61 33.102443 220.03194 $ 5,505 3110.0319 $ 5,116 $ 15,909,450 $ 14,783,871 $ 15,909,450 OCOEE HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 48 252 3181 37 67 33.031674 241.66964 $ 5,498 3422.6696 $ 5,110 $ 17,489,138 $ 16,254,256 $ 17,489,138 MT. DORA HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 35 181 966 40 74 32.896175 73.088721 $ 6,851 1039.0887 $ 6,369 $ 6,618,066 $ 6,152,556 $ 6,618,066 LECANTO HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 9 163 1665 41 71 32.811522 125.65172 $ 6,025 1790.6517 $ 5,602 $ 10,031,625 $ 9,327,696 $ 10,031,625 CORAL SPRINGS HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 6 1151 2467 43 75 32.671175 185.37951 $ 6,460 2652.3795 $ 6,008 $ 15,936,820 $ 14,822,967 $ 15,936,820 CITRUS HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 9 31 1693 43 71 32.596685 126.92823 $ 5,749 1819.9282 $ 5,348 $ 9,733,057 $ 9,054,239 $ 9,733,057 CLEARWATER HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 52 711 2100 42 75 32.561576 157.27241 $ 5,084 2257.2724 $ 4,730 $ 10,676,400 $ 9,932,536 $ 10,676,400 MARIANNA HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 32 21 909 41 76 32.552954 68.058462 $ 5,300 977.05846 $ 4,931 $ 4,817,700 $ 4,482,116 $ 4,817,700 VERO BEACH HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 31 31 2742 47 71 32.481203 204.84595 $ 6,099 2946.846 $ 5,675 $ 16,723,458 $ 15,560,950 $ 16,723,458

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152 EDWARD H. WHITE HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 16 2481 2172 26 60 32.436329 162.03892 $ 5,658 2334.0389 $ 5,265 $ 12,289,176 $ 11,436,009 $ 12,289,176 BRANDON HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 29 291 2048 42 68 32.417582 152.69978 $ 5,921 2200.6998 $ 5,510 $ 12,126,208 $ 11,284,808 $ 12,126,208 NATURE COAST TECHNICAL HIGH NS NPW 27 351 1416 39 68 32.369942 105.42243 $ 5,531 1521.4224 $ 5,148 $ 7,831,896 $ 7,289,208 $ 7,831,896 BELLEVIEW HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 42 661 1648 43 75 32.325725 122.52743 $ 6,156 1770.5274 $ 5,730 $ 10,145,088 $ 9,443,008 $ 10,145,088 SAMUEL W. WOLFSON HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 16 2241 1879 32 66 32.176309 139.05635 $ 5,396 2018.0564 $ 5,024 $ 10,139,084 $ 9,440,439 $ 10,139,084 FRANK H. PETERSON ACADEMIES NS NPW 16 2801 1258 29 60 31.821998 92.07377 $ 6,789 1350.0738 $ 6,326 $ 8,540,562 $ 7,958,104 $ 8,540,562 YULEE HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 45 231 825 41 72 30.847029 58.532238 $ 6,051 883.53224 $ 5,650 $ 4,992,075 $ 4,661,360 $ 4,992,075 FOREST HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 42 351 2181 48 78 30.725995 154.13081 $ 5,402 2335.1308 $ 5,045 $ 11,781,762 $ 11,004,104 $ 11,781,762 BAKER COUNTY SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 2 12 1334 34 64 30.49922 93.577707 $ 5,398 1427.5777 $ 5,044 $ 7,200,932 $ 6,728,911 $ 7,200,932 LARGO HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 52 2081 2199 42 71 29.827916 150.86065 $ 5,664 2349.8607 $ 5,300 $ 12,455,136 $ 11,655,518 $ 12,455,136 WEST ORANGE HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 48 1511 2381 50 74 29.711375 162.7084 $ 6,568 2543.7084 $ 6,148 $ 15,638,408 $ 14,638,097 $ 15,638,408 MONARCH HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 6 3541 2120 39 73 29.631403 144.48272 $ 5,638 2264.4827 $ 5,278 $ 11,952,560 $ 11,189,941 $ 11,952,560 EAST RIDGE HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 35 801 2886 45 71 29.321429 194.62978 $ 5,375 3080.6298 $ 5,035 $ 15,512,250 $ 14,532,208 $ 15,512,250 MARINER HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 36 721 2038 44 71 28.869654 135.32362 $ 5,572 2173.3236 $ 5,225 $ 11,355,736 $ 10,648,663 $ 11,355,736 J. M. TATE SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 17 521 2117 46 64 28.696498 139.72612 $ 5,185 2256.7261 $ 4,864 $ 10,976,645 $ 10,297,022 $ 10,976,645 NORTH FORT MYERS HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 36 311 2127 46 73 28.628034 140.0512 $ 5,559 2267.0512 $ 5,216 $ 11,823,993 $ 11,093,544 $ 11,823,993 FLAGLER PALM COAST HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 18 91 2504 42 74 28.448629 163.84134 $ 5,870 2667.8413 $ 5,510 $ 14,698,480 $ 13,795,796 $ 14,698,480 MANATEE HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 41 181 2259 44 70 28.209848 146.56991 $ 6,107 2405.5699 $ 5,735 $ 13,795,713 $ 12,955,149 $ 13,795,713 DURANT HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 29 1291 2793 43 74 28.130806 180.70949 $ 5,165 2973.7095 $ 4,851 $ 14,425,845 $ 13,549,200 $ 14,425,845 IDA S. BAKER HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 36 861 1979 45 76 28.04878 127.66963 $ 5,332 2106.6696 $ 5,009 $ 10,552,028 $ 9,912,548 $ 10,552,028 ROYAL PALM BEACH HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 50 2331 2209 31 65 27.950023 142.00568 $ 5,927 2351.0057 $ 5,569 $ 13,092,743 $ 12,301,914 $ 13,092,743 LAKEWOOD HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 52 2031 1618 49 67 27.702265 103.09121 $ 6,139 1721.0912 $ 5,771 $ 9,932,902 $ 9,337,934 $ 9,932,902 RIVER RIDGE HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 51 471 2016 42 71 27.582697 127.89545 $ 5,012 2143.8955 $ 4,713 $ 10,104,192 $ 9,501,420 $ 10,104,192

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153 CORAL GLADES HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 6 3861 2468 47 75 27.295183 154.93838 $ 5,493 2622.9384 $ 5,169 $ 13,556,724 $ 12,755,921 $ 13,556,724 PORT ST. JOE HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 23 61 421 44 72 27.207637 26.345155 $ 6,828 447.34516 $ 6,426 $ 2,874,588 $ 2,705,297 $ 2,874,588 SOUTH LAKE HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 35 701 1964 40 66 27.177335 122.76546 $ 5,265 2086.7655 $ 4,955 $ 10,340,460 $ 9,732,126 $ 10,340,460 NEW SMYRNA BEACH HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 64 3839 2020 48 70 26.834382 124.67254 $ 6,253 2144.6725 $ 5,890 $ 12,631,060 $ 11,896,800 $ 12,631,060 WILLIAM T. DWYER HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 50 2201 1860 44 74 26.460481 113.19794 $ 6,398 1973.1979 $ 6,031 $ 11,900,280 $ 11,217,588 $ 11,900,280 WIREGRASS RANCH HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 51 90 708 41 68 26.438356 43.052219 $ 6,152 751.05222 $ 5,799 $ 4,355,616 $ 4,105,941 $ 4,355,616 DR MICHAEL M. KROP SENIOR HIGH NS NPW 13 7141 3720 44 72 26.40893 225.95481 $ 5,390 3945.9548 $ 5,081 $ 20,050,800 $ 18,902,643 $ 20,050,800 CHARLES W FLANAGAN HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 6 3391 3066 48 74 26.161042 184.48244 $ 6,538 3250.4824 $ 6,167 $ 20,045,508 $ 18,907,817 $ 20,045,508 PALMETTO RIDGE HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 11 493 1991 41 69 25.92789 118.73159 $ 6,189 2109.7316 $ 5,841 $ 12,322,299 $ 11,628,824 $ 12,322,299 ESTERO HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 36 731 1650 43 72 25.72327 97.619811 $ 5,692 1747.6198 $ 5,374 $ 9,391,800 $ 8,867,186 $ 9,391,800 TAVARES HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 35 211 1246 40 75 25.711893 73.685142 $ 5,945 1319.6851 $ 5,613 $ 7,407,470 $ 6,993,871 $ 7,407,470 MATANZAS HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 18 90 1039 43 74 25.599233 61.174487 $ 6,835 1100.1745 $ 6,455 $ 7,101,565 $ 6,706,687 $ 7,101,565 DUNEDIN HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 52 1081 1975 45 71 25.583864 116.2147 $ 5,548 2091.2147 $ 5,240 $ 10,957,300 $ 10,348,372 $ 10,957,300 CLAY HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 10 341 1171 41 74 25.533732 68.77 $ 7,021 1239.77 $ 6,632 $ 8,221,591 $ 7,765,540 $ 8,221,591 ST. AUGUSTINE HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 55 181 1655 50 74 25.518542 97.136329 $ 6,190 1752.1363 $ 5,847 $ 10,244,450 $ 9,676,510 $ 10,244,450 MIDDLEBURG HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 10 391 1981 40 74 24.50675 111.6601 $ 5,639 2092.6601 $ 5,338 $ 11,170,859 $ 10,574,805 $ 11,170,859 FIRST COAST HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 16 2651 2195 31 62 24.426766 123.31853 $ 6,058 2318.3185 $ 5,736 $ 13,297,310 $ 12,589,985 $ 13,297,310 HARMONY HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 49 922 1741 44 75 22.941176 91.863353 $ 4,975 1832.8634 $ 4,726 $ 8,661,475 $ 8,227,361 $ 8,661,475 OLYMPIC HEIGHTS COMMUNITY HIGH NS NPW 50 2181 1482 48 80 21.866295 74.533454 $ 6,147 1556.5335 $ 5,853 $ 9,109,854 $ 8,673,635 $ 9,109,854 COUNTRYS IDE HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 52 751 2444 46 76 21.461571 120.63978 $ 4,991 2564.6398 $ 4,756 $ 12,198,004 $ 11,624,214 $ 12,198,004 WEST NASSAU COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 45 191 1037 39 75 21.372549 50.975667 $ 5,726 1087.9757 $ 5,458 $ 5,937,862 $ 5,659,651 $ 5,937,862 NAPLES HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 11 151 1696 47 73 20.638821 80.507912 $ 6,597 1776.5079 $ 6,298 $ 11,188,512 $ 10,681,470 $ 11,188,512 BRADEN RIVER HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 41 762 1100 49 79 20.481928 51.819277 $ 6,124 1151.8193 $ 5,848 $ 6,736,400 $ 6,433,336 $ 6,736,400

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154 SANDALWOOD HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 16 2371 2928 38 71 20.302604 136.72586 $ 5,887 3064.7259 $ 5,624 $ 17,237,136 $ 16,468,140 $ 17,237,136 PALM BEACH CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 50 2631 2595 49 80 18.474843 110.2671 $ 5,473 2705.2671 $ 5,250 $ 14,202,435 $ 13,623,542 $ 14,202,435 ASTRONAUT HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 5 161 1403 49 86 17.612809 56.834774 $ 6,761 1459.8348 $ 6,498 $ 9,485,683 $ 9,116,383 $ 9,485,683 EVERGLADES HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 6 3731 3672 49 77 16.494845 139.30887 $ 5,488 3811.3089 $ 5,287 $ 20,151,936 $ 19,415,354 $ 20,151,936 DELAND HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 64 1453 3336 50 75 26.711238 204.94999 $ 5,403 3540.95 $ 5,090 $ 18,024,408 $ 16,981,156 $ 18,024,408 RIDGEVIEW HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 10 431 1758 50 77 20.186698 81.622894 $ 6,102 1839.6229 $ 5,831 $ 10,727,316 $ 10,251,352 $ 10,727,316 LAKE HOWELL HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 59 551 2244 50 78 25.802016 133.16937 $ 5,646 2377.1694 $ 5,330 $ 12,669,624 $ 11,959,870 $ 12,669,624 SARASOTA HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 58 51 2662 50 78 24.725705 151.3856 $ 7,498 2813.3856 $ 7,095 $ 19,959,676 $ 18,885,665 $ 19,959,676 J. P. TARAVELLA HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 6 2751 2945 50 79 23.471883 158.9868 $ 6,690 3103.9868 $ 6,347 $ 19,702,050 $ 18,692,907 $ 19,702,050 SEMINOLE RIDGE COM MUNITY HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 50 3861 2394 50 81 14.524648 79.975616 $ 5,488 2473.9756 $ 5,311 $ 13,138,272 $ 12,713,554 $ 13,138,272 PEDRO MENENDEZ HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 55 401 1489 51 75 17.932923 61.41488 $ 6,081 1550.4149 $ 5,840 $ 9,054,609 $ 8,695,939 $ 9,054,609 LAKEWOOD RANCH HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 41 721 2108 51 77 12.749392 61.814151 $ 5,731 2169.8142 $ 5,568 $ 12,080,948 $ 11,736,783 $ 12,080,948 WEST BOCA RATON HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 50 3251 2249 51 81 11.852861 61.311294 $ 5,289 2310.3113 $ 5,149 $ 11,894,961 $ 11,579,291 $ 11,894,961 MANDARIN HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 16 2601 2891 51 83 9.1432685 60.796335 $ 5,489 2951.7963 $ 5,376 $ 15,868,699 $ 15,541,861 $ 15,868,699 TARPON SPRINGS HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 52 4521 1932 52 74 17.107393 76.018413 $ 5,619 2008.0184 $ 5,406 $ 10,855,908 $ 10,444,931 $ 10,855,908 BAY HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 3 61 1362 52 75 32.465544 101.70156 $ 6,279 1463.7016 $ 5,843 $ 8,551,998 $ 7,957,784 $ 8,551,998 GEORGE W. JENKINS SENIOR HIGH SS NPW 53 1931 2223 52 76 23.954023 122.47452 $ 5,825 2345.4745 $ 5,521 $ 12,948,975 $ 12,272,814 $ 12,948,975 PALM BAY SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 5 2021 2577 52 78 26.410564 156.53806 $ 6,128 2733.5381 $ 5,777 $ 15,791,856 $ 14,887,524 $ 15,791,856 OLYMPIA HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 48 1632 3177 52 78 19.282946 140.90241 $ 5,141 3317.9024 $ 4,923 $ 16,332,957 $ 15,639,340 $ 16,332,957 SEABREEZE SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 64 5836 1925 52 78 18.470652 81.77881 $ 5,640 2006.7788 $ 5,410 $ 10,857,000 $ 10,414,563 $ 10,857,000 HOLMES COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 30 261 486 52 79 52.699784 58.907819 $ 6,499 544.90782 $ 5,796 $ 3,158,514 $ 2,817,060 $ 3,158,514 PORT CHARLOTTE HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 8 151 2183 52 79 40.584416 203.77029 $ 5,316 2386.7703 $ 4,862 $ 11,604,828 $ 10,614,067 $ 11,604,828 GAITHER HIGH SCHO OL SS NPW 29 1551 2337 52 79 25.360735 136.31648 $ 2473.3165 $ $ $ 12,778,834 $ 13,524,219

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155 5,787 5,468 13,524,219 DUNCAN U. FLETCHER HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 16 2231 2571 52 81 13.857827 81.945491 $ 5,853 2652.9455 $ 5,672 $ 15,048,063 $ 14,583,251 $ 15,048,063 GULF COAST HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 11 392 2131 52 82 12.428023 60.913469 $ 6,145 2191.9135 $ 5,974 $ 13,094,995 $ 12,731,084 $ 13,094,995 RUTHERFORD HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 3 341 1669 53 73 33.582555 128.91335 $ 6,286 1797.9134 $ 5,835 $ 10,491,334 $ 9,739,088 $ 10,491,334 UNIVERSITY HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 48 1001 3588 53 76 36.674325 302.6512 $ 5,835 3890.6512 $ 5,381 $ 20,935,980 $ 19,307,384 $ 20,935,980 WINTER SPRINGS HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 59 911 2483 53 78 21.496486 122.76428 $ 5,524 2605.7643 $ 5,264 $ 13,716,092 $ 13,069,891 $ 13,716,092 WAKULLA HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 65 71 1328 53 83 23.930269 73.092615 $ 5,384 1401.0926 $ 5,103 $ 7,149,952 $ 6,776,951 $ 7,149,952 DR. PHILLIPS HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 48 931 3478 54 76 28.83179 230.63702 $ 6,563 3708.637 $ 6,155 $ 22,826,114 $ 21,406,577 $ 22,826,114 RONALD W. REAGAN/DORAL SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 13 7241 818 54 79 30.946602 58.222937 $ 7,888 876.22294 $ 7,364 $ 6,452,384 $ 6,023,638 $ 6,452,384 CHARLOTTE HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 8 31 2057 54 82 32.344214 153.02371 $ 5,344 2210.0237 $ 4,974 $ 10,992,608 $ 10,231,472 $ 10,992,608 VENICE SENIOR HIGH SCHO OL SS NPW 58 221 2130 54 82 18.909793 92.639074 $ 7,813 2222.6391 $ 7,487 $ 16,641,690 $ 15,948,068 $ 16,641,690 WESTERN HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 6 2831 2497 54 83 12.944582 74.342031 $ 6,093 2571.342 $ 5,917 $ 15,214,221 $ 14,774,351 $ 15,214,221 J.R. ARNOLD HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 3 551 1463 54 85 20.014609 67.347159 $ 5,381 1530.3472 $ 5,144 $ 7,872,403 $ 7,525,956 $ 7,872,403 VANGUARD HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 42 461 1710 55 79 39.015606 153.44838 $ 5,590 1863.4484 $ 5,130 $ 9,558,900 $ 8,771,758 $ 9,558,900 TIMBER CREEK HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 48 1631 4018 55 80 26.171285 241.85931 $ 5,293 4259.8593 $ 4,992 $ 21,267,274 $ 20,059,796 $ 21,267,274 BOONE HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 48 111 3192 55 80 24.780773 181.93052 $ 5,727 3373.9305 $ 5,418 $ 18,280,584 $ 17,294,851 $ 18,280,584 FERNANDINA BEACH HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 45 291 1033 55 83 17.916261 42.567244 $ 6,052 1075.5672 $ 5,812 $ 6,251,716 $ 6,004,295 $ 6,251,716 LEMON BAY HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 8 51 1558 55 84 27.900913 99.98013 $ 5,870 1657.9801 $ 5,516 $ 9,145,460 $ 8,593,967 $ 9,145,460 CYPRESS LAKE HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 36 531 1509 55 84 25.172414 87.365897 $ 6,238 1596.3659 $ 5,897 $ 9,413,142 $ 8,897,980 $ 9,413,142 ROCKLEDGE SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 5 1011 1559 55 84 15.039578 53.927414 $ 5,982 1612.9274 $ 5,782 $ 9,325,938 $ 9,014,130 $ 9,325,938 NAVARRE HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 57 351 1824 56 81 16.666667 69.92 $ 5,029 1893.92 $ 4,843 $ 9,172,896 $ 8,834,250 $ 9,172,896 BLOOMINGDALE HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 29 4141 2231 56 83 17.523364 89.91764 $ 5,379 2320.9176 $ 5,171 $ 12,000,549 $ 11,535,620 $ 12,000,549 LINCOLN HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 37 1091 1984 56 84 13.021101 59.41789 $ 5,730 2043.4179 $ 5,563 $ 11,368,320 $ 11,037,755 $ 11,368,320

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156 SOUTH FORK HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 43 241 2053 58 81 22.777778 107.55439 $ 6,122 2160.5544 $ 5,817 $ 12,568,466 $ 11,942,796 $ 12,568,466 LEON HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 37 21 1816 58 82 15.23593 63.63743 $ 6,036 1879.6374 $ 5,832 $ 10,961,376 $ 10,590,265 $ 10,961,376 SOUTH WALTON HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 66 153 510 58 82 11.730769 13.760192 $ 7,874 523.76019 $ 7,667 $ 4,015,740 $ 3,910,239 $ 4,015,740 EAU GALLIE HIGH SC HOOL SS NPW 5 3011 2081 58 83 18.077689 86.525244 $ 5,735 2167.5252 $ 5,506 $ 11,934,535 $ 11,458,121 $ 11,934,535 BARRON COLLIER HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 11 311 1797 58 84 12.514689 51.724459 $ 6,689 1848.7245 $ 6,502 $ 12,020,133 $ 11,683,828 $ 12,020,133 EAST LAKE HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 52 6181 2311 58 84 9.0113736 47.898154 $ 5,073 2358.8982 $ 4,970 $ 11,723,703 $ 11,485,650 $ 11,723,703 FLEMING ISLAND HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 10 551 2257 58 84 6.5742397 34.127536 $ 5,220 2291.1275 $ 5,142 $ 11,781,540 $ 11,606,048 $ 11,781,540 TITUSVILLE HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 5 11 1565 59 82 20.065574 72.226033 $ 5,994 1637.226 $ 5,730 $ 9,380,610 $ 8,966,785 $ 9,380,610 CRESTVIEW HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 46 601 1926 59 83 21.976242 97.350356 $ 6,238 2023.3504 $ 5,938 $ 12,014,388 $ 11,436,334 $ 12,014,388 MELBOURNE SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 5 2011 2342 59 83 12.103873 65.198724 $ 5,244 2407.1987 $ 5,102 $ 12,281,448 $ 11,948,806 $ 12,281,448 LAKE BRANTLEY HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 59 491 3193 59 85 15.714286 115.40414 $ 5,795 3308.4041 $ 5,593 $ 18,503,435 $ 17,857,996 $ 18,503,435 BOCA RATON HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 50 961 2195 59 87 22.135297 111.75005 $ 6,092 2306.75 $ 5,797 $ 13,371,940 $ 12,724,139 $ 13,371,940 ST. PETERSBURG HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 52 3781 2317 60 76 25.854317 137.78024 $ 5,737 2454.7802 $ 5,415 $ 13,292,629 $ 12,546,549 $ 13,292,629 LAKE MARY HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 59 71 2588 60 83 19.968115 118.85821 $ 5,980 2706.8582 $ 5,717 $ 15,476,240 $ 14,796,678 $ 15,476,240 SICKLES HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 29 4151 2673 60 85 11.395793 70.060199 $ 5,094 2743.0602 $ 4,964 $ 13,616,262 $ 13,268,491 $ 13,616,262 JUPITER HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 50 81 3031 60 87 8.2852292 57.758818 $ 5,602 3088.7588 $ 5,497 $ 16,979,662 $ 16,662,148 $ 16,979,662 ME RRITT ISLAND HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 5 4011 1588 60 90 9.980302 36.452055 $ 6,260 1624.4521 $ 6,120 $ 9,940,880 $ 9,717,811 $ 9,940,880 PACE HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 57 182 1916 61 82 16.260593 71.657182 $ 5,580 1987.6572 $ 5,379 $ 10,691,280 $ 10,305,848 $ 10,691,280 SPRUCE CREEK HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 64 4436 2783 61 85 14.099702 90.250785 $ 5,800 2873.2508 $ 5,618 $ 16,141,400 $ 15,634,388 $ 16,141,400 A. CRAWFORD MOSLEY HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 3 491 2090 61 87 16.21754 77.957717 $ 5,371 2167.9577 $ 5,178 $ 11,225,390 $ 10,821,736 $ 11,225,390 HAGERTY HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 59 931 1048 61 87 11.352886 27.364995 $ 6,404 1075.365 $ 6,241 $ 6,711,392 $ 6,540,606 $ 6,711,392 OVIEDO HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 59 421 2761 61 89 12.750929 80.972227 $ 5,534 2841.9722 $ 5,376 $ 15,279,374 $ 14,844,041 $ 15,279,374 COOPER CITY HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 6 1931 2384 61 90 8.5653105 46.96531 $ 6,582 2430.9653 $ 6,455 $ 15,691,488 $ 15,388,335 $ 15,691,488

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157 JENSEN BEACH HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 43 351 1513 63 84 16.74674 58.27698 $ 5,998 1571.277 $ 5,776 $ 9,074,974 $ 8,738,393 $ 9,074,974 NEWSOME HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 29 3171 2082 63 85 10.019743 47.980543 $ 5,080 2129.9805 $ 4,966 $ 10,576,560 $ 10,338,309 $ 10,576,560 MARTIN COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 43 31 1933 64 85 16.960942 75.406651 $ 5,688 2008.4067 $ 5,474 $ 10,994,904 $ 10,582,095 $ 10,994,904 WELLINGTON HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 50 2191 2335 64 87 11.877224 63.786633 $ 6,498 2398.7866 $ 6,325 $ 15,172,830 $ 14,769,366 $ 15,172,830 WINTER PARK HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 48 1411 3442 64 88 22.164948 175.47103 $ 6,261 3617.471 $ 5,957 $ 21,550,362 $ 20,505,028 $ 21,550,362 BARTRAM TRAIL HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 55 411 2615 64 89 1.9538882 11.751661 $ 5,354 2626.7517 $ 5,330 $ 14,000,710 $ 13,938,073 $ 14,000,710 CYPRESS BAY HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 6 3623 5324 64 90 10.91224 133.62256 $ 5,599 5457.6226 $ 5,462 $ 29,809,076 $ 29,079,241 $ 29,809,076 PLANT HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 29 3411 2002 66 88 11.010558 50.699216 $ 5,169 2052.6992 $ 5,041 $ 10,348,338 $ 10,092,746 $ 10,348,338 NICEVILLE SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 46 211 2319 68 92 8.9348592 47.655858 $ 6,160 2366.6559 $ 6,036 $ 14,285,040 $ 13,997,391 $ 14,285,040 GULF BREEZE HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 57 103 1552 69 88 11.454905 40.889427 $ 5,419 1592.8894 $ 5,280 $ 8,410,288 $ 8,194,396 $ 8,410,288 CORAL REEF SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 13 7101 3146 70 90 31.507293 227.98047 $ 6,161 3373.9805 $ 5,745 $ 19,382,506 $ 18,072,827 $ 19,382,506 VIERA HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 5 1171 918 70 92 7.4693423 15.770769 $ 6,919 933.77077 $ 6,802 $ 6,351,642 $ 6,244,367 $ 6,351,642 LAWTON CHILES HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 37 1141 1935 70 93 3.7696335 16.776754 $ 5,635 1951.7768 $ 5,587 $ 10,903,725 $ 10,810,001 $ 10,903,725 FORT MYERS HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 36 221 2017 71 88 18.669417 86.609293 $ 6,532 2103.6093 $ 6,263 $ 13,175,044 $ 12,632,604 $ 13,175,044 SATELLITE SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 5 6011 1669 71 91 8.0703883 30.9798 $ 5,948 1699.9798 $ 5,840 $ 9,927,212 $ 9,746,302 $ 9,927,212 PALM HARBOR UNIVERSITY HIGH SS NPW 52 4681 2234 76 94 8.7967183 45.199298 $ 5,764 2279.1993 $ 5,650 $ 12,876,776 $ 12,621,414 $ 12,876,776 PAXON SCHOOL/ADVANCED STUDIES SS NPW 16 751 1511 79 98 11.337407 39.400889 $ 5,868 1550.4009 $ 5,719 $ 8,866,548 $ 8,641,219 $ 8,866,548 SUNCOAST COMMUNITY HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 50 151 1293 81 94 15.43258 45.894949 $ 7,424 1338.8949 $ 7,170 $ 9,599,232 $ 9,270,187 $ 9,599,232 STANTON COLLEGE PREPARATORY SS NPW 16 1531 1442 94 99 8.1403509 26.998288 $ 7,342 1468.9983 $ 7,207 $ 10,587,164 $ 10,392,586 $ 10,587,164 INTERNATIONAL BACCALAUREATE SS NPW 53 903 278 99 100 10.181818 6.5102545 $ 8,109 284.51025 $ 7,923 $ 2,254,302 $ 2,202,718 $ 2,254,302 NS Count 203 NS Mean 36.3 64.8 41.65 $ 6,110 $ 5,575 $ 3,327,012,863 $ 3,085,430,156 $ 3,497,291,512 SS Count 84 SS Mean 59.1 83.5 18.34 $ 5,972 $ 5,731 Total Expenditures Total Expenditures Total Expenditures NS Count > 34.83 135 33.7 61.8 48.33 $ $

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158 6,212 5,589 Total NS and SS 287 43.0 70.3 34.83 $ 6,069 $ 5,621 $ 241,582,707 $ 170,278,649 M e an Mean Mean Mean Expenditures Needed Expenditures Needed High $ 8,258 Low $ 4,975

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160 Middle Schools SS or NS PW or NPW District Number School Number October Membership FCAT Reading FCAT Math Free & Reduced Lunch % Weighted Count Regular Per Pupil Expenditure Weighted Total Count Per Pupil Expenditures with Discount Rate #1 Total Regular Per Pupil Expenditure Total Expenditures with Discount Rate #1 Total Expenditures with Poverty Weight .32 VAN BUREN MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 29 682 842 34 33 93.483412 251.88171 $ 5,745 1093.8817 $ 4,422 $ 4,837,290 $ 3,723,436 $ 6,284,350 LAKE WORTH COMMUNITY MIDDLE NS PW 50 2131 846 43 54 90.930506 246.16707 $ 7,859 1092.1671 $ 6,088 $ 6,648,714 $ 5,150,139 $ 8,583,341 SLIGH MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 29 1482 915 34 33 88.901221 260.30277 $ 6,178 1175.3028 $ 4,810 $ 5,652,870 $ 4,400,888 $ 7,261,021 HOMESTEAD MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 13 6251 1162 47 43 87.589286 325.692 $ 7,605 1487.692 $ 5,940 $ 8,837,010 $ 6,902,373 $ 11,313,898 MEADOWBROOK MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 48 1241 1202 49 48 86.985726 334.5819 $ 5,859 1536.5819 $ 4,583 $ 7,042,518 $ 5,509,050 $ 9,002,833 WESTRIDGE MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 48 1133 1120 46 45 86.741363 310.88105 $ 6,652 1430.881 $ 5,207 $ 7,450,240 $ 5,831,560 $ 9,518,221 CITRUS GROVE MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 13 6091 1131 36 38 86.464826 312.9335 $ 7,202 1443.9335 $ 5,641 $ 8,145,462 $ 6,380,154 $ 10,399,209 MAYS COMMUNITY MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 13 6431 781 38 39 86.339523 215.77973 $ 7,637 996.77973 $ 5,984 $ 5,964,497 $ 4,673,321 $ 7,612,407 ARTHUR ROBERT ASHE, JUNIOR MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 6 4702 883 22 33 86.222732 243.63095 $ 7,282 1126.631 $ 5,707 $ 6,430,006 $ 5,039,534 $ 8,204,127 IMMOKALEE MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 11 361 1123 42 33 85.66494 307.84553 $ 7,268 1430.8455 $ 5,704 $ 8,161,964 $ 6,405,923 $ 10,399,385 GULFSTREAM MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 6 3931 308 46 41 85.620915 84.387974 $ 7,067 392.38797 $ 5,547 $ 2,176,636 $ 1,708,523 $ 2,773,006 CAROL CITY MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 13 6051 990 30 24 85.420945 270.61355 $ 6,526 1260.6136 $ 5,125 $ 6,460,740 $ 5,073,825 $ 8,226,764 SHENANDOAH MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 13 6841 1124 47 43 85.259327 306.66075 $ 7,373 1430.6607 $ 5,793 $ 8,287,252 $ 6,510,888 $ 10,548,262 NORTH MIAMI MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 13 6631 1099 33 37 84.936479 298.70461 $ 6,669 1397.7046 $ 5,244 $ 7,329,231 $ 5,762,895 $ 9,321,292 SHELLEY S. BOONE MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 53 321 1006 41 37 83.806519 269.78995 $ 6,104 1275.7899 $ 4,813 $ 6,140,624 $ 4,842,073 $ 7,787,422 HENRY H. FILER MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 13 6171 1184 52 60 83.5 316.3648 $ 7,226 1500.3648 $ 5,702 $ 8,555,584 $ 6,751,566 $ 10,841,636

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161 LAKE ALFRED ADDAIR MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 53 1662 608 37 33 82.781457 161.0596 $ 7,567 769.0596 $ 5,982 $ 4,600,736 $ 3,637,231 $ 5,819,474 JOSE MARTI MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 13 6421 1307 48 47 82.290882 344.17338 $ 6,630 1651.1734 $ 5,248 $ 8,665,410 $ 6,859,177 $ 10,947,280 NORTHWESTERN MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 16 1551 758 28 31 82.222222 199.43822 $ 7,986 957.43822 $ 6,322 $ 6,053,388 $ 4,792,443 $ 7,646,102 WARRINGTON MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 17 561 621 39 34 82.142857 163.23429 $ 7,094 784.23429 $ 5,617 $ 4,405,374 $ 3,488,418 $ 5,563,358 KISSIMMEE MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 49 251 1037 49 47 82.04878 272.27067 $ 6,330 1309.2707 $ 5,014 $ 6,564,210 $ 5,199,143 $ 8,287,683 JAMES A. SHANKS MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 20 211 659 36 36 81.603774 172.08604 $ 7,096 831.08604 $ 5,627 $ 4,676,264 $ 3,707,989 $ 5,897,387 SHIELDS MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 29 55 1126 44 60 80.647986 290.59082 $ 5,305 1416.5908 $ 4,217 $ 5,973,430 $ 4,748,077 $ 7,515,014 KINLOCH PARK MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 13 6331 1165 46 48 80.287648 299.31235 $ 7,155 1464.3124 $ 5,692 $ 8,335,575 $ 6,631,744 $ 10,477,155 PIERCE MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 29 82 1050 48 52 79.923151 268.54179 $ 5,762 1318.5418 $ 4,588 $ 6,050,100 $ 4,817,902 $ 7,597,438 DOWDELL MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 29 842 811 43 43 79.870968 207.28114 $ 6,830 1018.2811 $ 5,440 $ 5,539,130 $ 4,411,586 $ 6,954,860 RUBEN DARIO MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 13 6121 948 65 63 79.118573 240.0141 $ 7,165 1188.0141 $ 5,717 $ 6,792,420 $ 5,420,150 $ 8,512,121 DUNDEE RIDGE MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 53 1981 1135 48 46 78.835979 286.33228 $ 6,170 1421.3323 $ 4,927 $ 7,002,950 $ 5,592,182 $ 8,769,620 CRYSTAL LAKE MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 53 1501 768 51 44 78.551532 193.04825 $ 6,756 961.04825 $ 5,399 $ 5,188,608 $ 4,146,359 $ 6,492,842 ROBINSWOOD MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 48 921 1193 48 42 78.186484 298.48472 $ 5,833 1491.4847 $ 4,666 $ 6,958,769 $ 5,566,139 $ 8,699,830 LAUDERHILL MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 6 1391 839 33 31 78.110048 209.70986 $ 7,048 1048.7099 $ 5,639 $ 5,913,272 $ 4,730,799 $ 7,391,307 MCNICOL MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 6 481 1117 42 49 77.727273 277.82836 $ 6,799 1394.8284 $ 5,445 $ 7,594,483 $ 6,081,779 $ 9,483,438 HIALEAH MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 13 6231 1106 52 49 77.292965 273.55526 $ 6,292 1379.5553 $ 5,044 $ 6,958,952 $ 5,579,045 $ 8,680,162 MANATEE MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 11 422 548 40 44 77.169811 135.32498 $ 7,993 683.32498 $ 6,410 $ 4,380,164 $ 3,512,721 $ 5,461,817 SILVER LAKES MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 6 2971 1042 44 41 76.850095 256.24896 $ 6,166 1298.249 $ 4,949 $ 6,424,972 $ 5,156,808 $ 8,005,003 REDLAND MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 13 6761 1451 38 36 76.734694 356.29453 $ 6,249 1807.2945 $ 5,017 $ 9,067,299 $ 7,279,749 $ 11,293,784 BELLE VUE MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 37 391 590 43 37 76.719577 144.84656 $ 6,998 734.84656 $ 5,619 $ 4,128,820 $ 3,314,983 $ 5,142,456 DISCOVERY INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL NS PW 49 41 1634 51 41 76.276463 398.83437 $ 5,290 2032.8344 $ 4,252 $ 8,643,860 $ 6,947,968 $ 10,753,694

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162 LAKE STEVENS MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 13 6351 1216 40 54 76.14601 296.29935 $ 5,864 1512.2994 $ 4,715 $ 7,130,624 $ 5,733,547 $ 8,868,123 NORTH DADE MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 13 6591 829 55 55 76.086957 201.84348 $ 7,371 1030.8435 $ 5,928 $ 6,110,559 $ 4,914,086 $ 7,598,347 WEBB MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 29 4442 733 48 53 75.769746 177.72552 $ 6,334 910.72552 $ 5,098 $ 4,642,822 $ 3,736,788 $ 5,768,535 LAUDERDALE LAKES MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 6 1701 1037 49 48 75.222993 249.61998 $ 7,042 1286.62 $ 5,676 $ 7,302,554 $ 5,885,769 $ 9,060,378 BEAR LAKES MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 50 1981 869 44 46 75.203725 209.12652 $ 6,991 1078.1265 $ 5,635 $ 6,075,179 $ 4,896,763 $ 7,537,182 WEST MIAMI MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 13 6961 1210 57 58 74.19885 287.29795 $ 6,344 1497.2979 $ 5,127 $ 7,676,240 $ 6,203,341 $ 9,498,858 CONNISTON MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 50 541 946 51 54 74.169346 224.52544 $ 6,652 1170.5254 $ 5,376 $ 6,292,792 $ 5,085,734 $ 7,786,335 W. H. BEASLEY MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 54 41 593 48 45 74.137931 140.68414 $ 6,219 733.68414 $ 5,027 $ 3,687,867 $ 2,980,717 $ 4,562,782 PAXON MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 16 921 848 45 36 73.742331 200.10719 $ 6,742 1048.1072 $ 5,455 $ 5,717,216 $ 4,625,671 $ 7,066,339 GRECO MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 29 1781 1021 43 47 73.710317 240.82635 $ 5,316 1261.8263 $ 4,301 $ 5,427,636 $ 4,391,742 $ 6,707,869 DENN JOHN MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 49 91 1163 52 52 73.633998 274.03629 $ 5,401 1437.0363 $ 4,371 $ 6,281,363 $ 5,083,536 $ 7,761,433 DAN MCCARTY MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 56 72 1101 45 41 73.271889 258.15152 $ 6,014 1359.1515 $ 4,872 $ 6,621,414 $ 5,363,770 $ 8,173,937 MIAMI SPRINGS MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 13 6521 1818 55 49 73.060109 425.03449 $ 6,228 2243.0345 $ 5,048 $ 11,322,504 $ 9,176,993 $ 13,969,619 L C SWAIN MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 50 21 1083 54 66 71.773445 248.73805 $ 6,072 1331.7381 $ 4,938 $ 6,575,976 $ 5,347,735 $ 8,086,313 SLEEPY HILL MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 53 1971 1168 53 57 71.182053 266.05004 $ 6,561 1434.05 $ 5,344 $ 7,663,248 $ 6,241,535 $ 9,408,802 STEWART MIDDLE MAGNET SCHOOL NS PW 29 284 926 58 63 71.153846 210.84308 $ 6,416 1136.8431 $ 5,226 $ 5,941,216 $ 4,839,336 $ 7,293,985 HOWARD A. DOOLIN MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 13 6131 1016 60 59 71.106758 231.18229 $ 6,333 1247.1823 $ 5,159 $ 6,434,328 $ 5,241,637 $ 7,898,405 JENNINGS MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 29 2042 1005 46 46 71.005917 228.35503 $ 5,704 1233.355 $ 4,648 $ 5,732,520 $ 4,671,147 $ 7,035,057 AVON PARK MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 28 111 685 51 47 70.875179 155.35839 $ 6,320 840.35839 $ 5,152 $ 4,329,200 $ 3,528,854 $ 5,311,065 HOLLY HILL MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 64 835 647 51 49 70.839695 146.6665 $ 7,276 793.6665 $ 5,931 $ 4,707,572 $ 3,837,631 $ 5,774,717 FORT MYERS MIDDLE ACADEMY NS PW 36 211 775 54 59 70.652174 175.21739 $ 6,582 950.21739 $ 5,368 $ 5,101,050 $ 4,160,431 $ 6,254,331 NORLAND MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 13 6571 1456 46 38 70.498615 328.46715 $ 7,132 1784.4671 $ 5,819 $ 10,384,192 $ 8,472,772 $ 12,726,820 UNION PARK MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 48 911 1262 60 58 70.454545 284.52364 $ 6,362 1546.5236 $ 5,192 $ 8,028,844 $ 6,551,727 $ 9,838,983

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163 C. H. PRICE MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 54 113 593 54 53 70.118846 133.05752 $ 5,637 726.05752 $ 4,604 $ 3,342,741 $ 2,730,149 $ 4,092,786 KATHLEEN MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 53 1191 826 50 46 69.923858 184.82274 $ 6,757 1010.8227 $ 5,522 $ 5,581,282 $ 4,560,779 $ 6,830,129 WEDGEWOOD MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 17 591 570 44 40 69.763206 127.24809 $ 5,736 697.24809 $ 4,689 $ 3,269,520 $ 2,672,831 $ 3,999,415 BUCHANAN MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 29 561 749 45 49 69.559033 166.71909 $ 5,952 915.71909 $ 4,868 $ 4,458,048 $ 3,646,400 $ 5,450,360 HENRY D. PERRY MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 6 1011 1208 47 48 69.481605 268.58809 $ 5,900 1476.5881 $ 4,827 $ 7,127,200 $ 5,830,778 $ 8,711,870 LEHIGH ACRES MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 36 691 1009 60 50 69.331984 223.85911 $ 6,470 1232.8591 $ 5,295 $ 6,528,230 $ 5,342,852 $ 7,976,598 COUNTRY CLUB MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 13 6611 399 53 46 69.077307 88.197905 $ 6,794 487.19791 $ 5,564 $ 2,710,806 $ 2,220,066 $ 3,310,023 NAUTILUS MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 13 6541 1120 59 70 68.817204 246.64086 $ 6,618 1366.6409 $ 5,424 $ 7,412,160 $ 6,074,470 $ 9,044,429 APOLLO MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 6 1791 1242 54 56 68.669872 272.92154 $ 6,110 1514.9215 $ 5,009 $ 7,588,620 $ 6,221,488 $ 9,256,171 PONCE DE LEON MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 13 6741 1216 63 61 68.627451 267.04314 $ 6,678 1483.0431 $ 5,476 $ 8,120,448 $ 6,658,245 $ 9,903,762 JEAGA MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 50 2701 1172 55 59 68.537415 257.04272 $ 6,042 1429.0427 $ 4,955 $ 7,081,224 $ 5,807,520 $ 8,634,276 CRYSTAL LAKE COMMUNITY MIDDLE NS PW 6 1871 1495 59 63 68.467252 327.54733 $ 6,304 1822.5473 $ 5,171 $ 9,424,480 $ 7,730,717 $ 11,489,338 CAMPBELL MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 64 745 788 58 50 68.339768 172.32556 $ 6,964 960.32556 $ 5,714 $ 5,487,632 $ 4,502,904 $ 6,687,707 RICHARDSON MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 12 31 684 50 47 68.030303 148.90473 $ 5,576 832.90473 $ 4,579 $ 3,813,984 $ 3,132,129 $ 4,644,277 MONROE MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 29 2362 779 52 54 67.631579 168.592 $ 5,622 947.592 $ 4,622 $ 4,379,538 $ 3,600,347 $ 5,327,362 HARDEE JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 25 31 1074 54 54 67.625899 232.41669 $ 5,957 1306.4167 $ 4,897 $ 6,397,818 $ 5,259,621 $ 7,782,324 MCLAUGHLIN MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 53 1341 918 49 47 67.46988 198.19952 $ 6,811 1116.1995 $ 5,602 $ 6,252,498 $ 5,142,265 $ 7,602,435 NORTH MARION MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 42 491 869 59 51 67.251462 187.01287 $ 5,880 1056.0129 $ 4,839 $ 5,109,720 $ 4,204,823 $ 6,209,356 LABELLE MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 26 20 782 50 59 67.083855 167.87064 $ 7,995 949.87064 $ 6,582 $ 6,252,090 $ 5,147,158 $ 7,594,216 MEADOW WOODS MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 48 1381 1392 59 57 67.077592 298.79043 $ 5,548 1690.7904 $ 4,568 $ 7,722,816 $ 6,358,068 $ 9,380,505 VERNON MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 67 52 449 60 56 66.591928 95.679283 $ 5,065 544.67928 $ 4,175 $ 2,274,185 $ 1,874,698 $ 2,758,801 CLEWISTON MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 26 61 825 53 53 66.545012 175.67883 $ 7,202 1000.6788 $ 5,938 $ 5,941,650 $ 4,898,536 $ 7,206,889 TYRONE MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 52 4611 946 49 46 66.48531 201.26433 $ 5,835 1147.2643 $ 4,811 $ 5,519,910 $ 4,551,553 $ 6,694,287

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164 MIAMI LAKES MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 13 6501 1181 53 55 66.382253 250.87181 $ 6,108 1431.8718 $ 5,038 $ 7,213,548 $ 5,949,695 $ 8,745,873 ATTUCKS MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 6 343 995 53 53 66.043307 210.28189 $ 7,226 1205.2819 $ 5,965 $ 7,189,870 $ 5,935,475 $ 8,709,367 RUTH RAINS MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 15 111 470 63 61 65.948276 99.186207 $ 5,891 569.18621 $ 4,864 $ 2,768,770 $ 2,286,285 $ 3,353,076 PASCO MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 51 71 758 57 56 65.657895 159.25979 $ 6,483 917.25979 $ 5,357 $ 4,914,114 $ 4,060,898 $ 5,946,595 DESOTO MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 14 161 1033 53 58 65.585054 216.79795 $ 5,898 1249.798 $ 4,875 $ 6,092,634 $ 5,035,767 $ 7,371,308 MEADOWLAWN MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 52 2321 1068 51 54 65.398887 223.50724 $ 5,863 1291.5072 $ 4,848 $ 6,261,684 $ 5,178,042 $ 7,572,107 RICHMOND HEIGHTS MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 13 6781 1317 53 54 65.160796 274.61366 $ 6,180 1591.6137 $ 5,114 $ 8,139,060 $ 6,734,764 $ 9,836,172 OLSEN MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 6 471 1329 55 55 65.109269 276.8967 $ 6,487 1605.8967 $ 5,368 $ 8,621,223 $ 7,134,709 $ 10,417,452 DENISON MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 53 491 1033 59 52 64.07669 211.81191 $ 5,746 1244.8119 $ 4,768 $ 5,935,618 $ 4,925,638 $ 7,152,689 MULBERRY MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 53 1161 870 59 57 63.827305 177.69522 $ 5,697 1047.6952 $ 4,731 $ 4,956,390 $ 4,115,757 $ 5,968,720 DUNNELLON MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 42 172 1086 62 54 63.820018 221.78733 $ 4,987 1307.7873 $ 4,141 $ 5,415,882 $ 4,497,404 $ 6,521,935 EVERITT MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 3 141 680 62 57 63.785395 138.79702 $ 5,110 818.79702 $ 4,244 $ 3,474,800 $ 2,885,775 $ 4,184,053 NEW RIVER MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 6 881 1476 60 62 63.774105 301.21785 $ 6,234 1777.2179 $ 5,177 $ 9,201,384 $ 7,641,856 $ 11,079,176 KENNEDY MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 52 1831 643 61 60 63.755459 131.18323 $ 6,659 774.18323 $ 5,531 $ 4,281,737 $ 3,556,208 $ 5,155,286 AZALEA MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 52 121 1177 50 47 63.57268 239.44014 $ 4,925 1416.4401 $ 4,092 $ 5,796,725 $ 4,816,826 $ 6,975,968 W. R. THOMAS MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 13 6901 1072 62 67 63.567362 218.06148 $ 6,110 1290.0615 $ 5,077 $ 6,549,920 $ 5,442,775 $ 7,882,276 LAKE PLACID MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 28 41 645 59 61 63.369397 130.79444 $ 6,514 775.79444 $ 5,416 $ 4,201,530 $ 3,493,176 $ 5,053,525 SUNRISE MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 6 251 1269 60 60 63.291139 257.01266 $ 6,513 1526.0127 $ 5,416 $ 8,264,997 $ 6,872,998 $ 9,938,920 LOCKHART MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 48 721 981 62 59 63.130252 198.17849 $ 6,196 1179.1785 $ 5,155 $ 6,078,276 $ 5,056,731 $ 7,306,190 ROOSEVELT MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 50 311 1360 60 56 62.281369 271.04852 $ 5,641 1631.0485 $ 4,704 $ 7,671,760 $ 6,396,863 $ 9,200,745 HIGHLANDS MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 16 2441 1189 46 36 62.244898 236.82939 $ 5,483 1425.8294 $ 4,572 $ 6,519,287 $ 5,436,437 $ 7,817,823 TURKEY CREEK MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 29 4522 1107 59 67 62.154942 220.17767 $ 5,504 1327.1777 $ 4,591 $ 6,092,928 $ 5,082,116 $ 7,304,786 BARTOW MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 53 931 784 56 50 62.055336 155.68443 $ 6,546 939.68443 $ 5,461 $ 5,132,064 $ 4,281,797 $ 6,151,174

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165 JINKS MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 3 161 626 65 66 61.788618 123.77496 $ 5,943 749.77496 $ 4,962 $ 3,720,318 $ 3,106,157 $ 4,455,913 HUDSON MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 51 951 1199 63 55 61.589958 236.30835 $ 5,528 1435.3084 $ 4,618 $ 6,628,072 $ 5,536,830 $ 7,934,385 PINELLAS PARK MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 52 3411 1009 57 61 61.432777 198.35415 $ 5,448 1207.3542 $ 4,553 $ 5,497,032 $ 4,593,934 $ 6,577,665 YOUNG MIDDLE MAGNET SCHOOL NS PW 29 5041 809 57 63 61.298701 158.69008 $ 6,122 967.69008 $ 5,118 $ 4,952,698 $ 4,140,512 $ 5,924,199 SOUTH SUMTER MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 60 42 890 63 69 60.782123 173.10749 $ 5,991 1063.1075 $ 5,015 $ 5,331,990 $ 4,463,774 $ 6,369,077 MARGATE MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 6 581 1222 56 61 60.746148 237.54174 $ 5,539 1459.5417 $ 4,638 $ 6,768,658 $ 5,667,053 $ 8,084,402 BAYONET POINT MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 51 342 995 62 60 60.609137 192.97949 $ 6,064 1187.9795 $ 5,079 $ 6,033,680 $ 5,053,548 $ 7,203,908 BONITA SPRINGS MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 36 611 551 53 54 60.56338 106.78535 $ 6,803 657.78535 $ 5,699 $ 3,748,453 $ 3,139,926 $ 4,474,914 ROSENWALD MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 3 301 851 61 55 60.559796 164.91644 $ 4,935 1015.9164 $ 4,134 $ 4,199,685 $ 3,517,939 $ 5,013,548 CHASCO MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 51 69 901 64 55 60.388128 174.11105 $ 5,597 1075.1111 $ 4,691 $ 5,042,897 $ 4,226,215 $ 6,017,397 HORIZON MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 49 341 1589 63 57 60.379669 307.01854 $ 5,091 1896.0185 $ 4,267 $ 8,089,599 $ 6,779,666 $ 9,652,630 J. E. B. STUART MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 16 2072 1054 51 42 60.23166 203.14934 $ 5,186 1257.1493 $ 4,348 $ 5,466,044 $ 4,582,757 $ 6,519,576 JULIA E. LANDON MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 16 311 564 46 41 60.18018 108.61319 $ 6,570 672.61319 $ 5,509 $ 3,705,480 $ 3,107,121 $ 4,419,069 POMPANO BEACH MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 6 21 1086 56 59 60.168697 209.09826 $ 6,517 1295.0983 $ 5,465 $ 7,077,462 $ 5,934,780 $ 8,440,155 MCLANE MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 29 322 1080 52 54 59.868421 206.90526 $ 5,304 1286.9053 $ 4,451 $ 5,728,320 $ 4,807,336 $ 6,825,746 FITZGERALD MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 52 1281 1193 59 63 59.090909 225.58545 $ 5,073 1418.5855 $ 4,266 $ 6,052,089 $ 5,089,677 $ 7,196,484 BLOUNTSTOWN MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 7 51 270 62 67 58.712121 50.727273 $ 6,552 320.72727 $ 5,516 $ 1,769,040 $ 1,489,243 $ 2,101,405 MARTIN LUTHER KING MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 57 261 613 63 67 58.609272 114.96795 $ 6,033 727.96795 $ 5,080 $ 3,698,229 $ 3,114,168 $ 4,391,831 MARSHALL MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 29 2841 1006 59 67 58.558559 188.51171 $ 5,488 1194.5117 $ 4,622 $ 5,520,928 $ 4,649,643 $ 6,555,480 DEERFIELD BEACH MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 6 911 1430 55 59 58.5554 267.94951 $ 6,063 1697.9495 $ 5,106 $ 8,670,090 $ 7,301,883 $ 10,294,668 PAUL R. SMITH MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 51 89 923 61 50 58.159912 171.78112 $ 5,679 1094.7811 $ 4,788 $ 5,241,717 $ 4,419,244 $ 6,217,262 WILLISTON MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 38 101 566 60 64 58.143608 105.3097 $ 4,881 671.3097 $ 4,115 $ 2,762,646 $ 2,329,264 $ 3,276,663

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166 LAWTON CHILES MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 13 6161 1555 56 58 58.024691 288.73086 $ 5,394 1843.7309 $ 4,549 $ 8,387,670 $ 7,074,149 $ 9,945,084 BRADFORD MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 4 172 662 56 49 57.94948 122.76018 $ 5,802 784.76018 $ 4,894 $ 3,840,924 $ 3,240,088 $ 4,553,179 SOUTHSIDE MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 16 2111 1021 53 51 57.38523 187.48902 $ 5,937 1208.489 $ 5,016 $ 6,061,677 $ 5,121,248 $ 7,174,799 OKEEHEELEE MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 50 2151 1196 60 57 56.798623 217.37969 $ 6,140 1413.3797 $ 5,196 $ 7,343,440 $ 6,214,009 $ 8,678,151 Q. I. ROBERTS MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 54 125 338 58 58 56.676558 61.301365 $ 5,671 399.30136 $ 4,800 $ 1,916,798 $ 1,622,528 $ 2,264,438 OAK PARK MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 35 251 635 51 60 56.501548 114.81115 $ 6,307 749.81115 $ 5,341 $ 4,004,945 $ 3,391,707 $ 4,729,059 WALTON MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 66 201 663 67 60 56.32716 119.5037 $ 6,749 782.5037 $ 5,718 $ 4,474,587 $ 3,791,230 $ 5,281,117 APOPKA MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 48 282 937 66 66 55.957447 167.78281 $ 6,478 1104.7828 $ 5,494 $ 6,069,886 $ 5,148,055 $ 7,156,783 HOWARD W. BISHOP MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 1 121 864 62 68 55.6461 153.85034 $ 6,627 1017.8503 $ 5,625 $ 5,725,728 $ 4,860,272 $ 6,745,294 FOX CHAPEL MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 27 202 1018 58 61 55.644356 181.26705 $ 5,362 1199.2671 $ 4,552 $ 5,458,516 $ 4,633,471 $ 6,430,470 WEWAHITCHKA MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 23 82 245 60 47 55.6 43.5904 $ 4,994 288.5904 $ 4,240 $ 1,223,530 $ 1,038,721 $ 1,441,220 DRIFTWOOD MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 6 861 1581 66 68 55.541401 280.99506 $ 6,342 1861.9951 $ 5,385 $ 10,026,702 $ 8,513,565 $ 11,808,773 LANTANA MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 50 761 834 52 53 55.380895 147.80053 $ 6,577 981.80053 $ 5,587 $ 5,485,218 $ 4,659,472 $ 6,457,302 HILL GUSTAT MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 28 91 652 61 66 55.335366 115.45171 $ 5,741 767.45171 $ 4,877 $ 3,743,132 $ 3,180,033 $ 4,405,940 SOUTHERN OAKS MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 56 391 860 59 54 55.208333 151.93333 $ 6,858 1011.9333 $ 5,828 $ 5,897,880 $ 5,012,363 $ 6,939,839 LINCOLN MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 41 491 1178 60 53 55.081127 207.63382 $ 5,769 1385.6338 $ 4,905 $ 6,795,882 $ 5,777,536 $ 7,993,721 WEST PORT MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 42 691 1268 66 61 55.067837 223.44326 $ 4,884 1491.4433 $ 4,152 $ 6,192,912 $ 5,265,110 $ 7,284,209 D. S. PARROTT MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 27 241 863 55 56 54.895105 151.59832 $ 6,453 1014.5983 $ 5,489 $ 5,568,939 $ 4,736,844 $ 6,547,203 J. H. WORKMAN MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 17 601 819 61 54 54.813864 143.65617 $ 5,993 962.65617 $ 5,099 $ 4,908,267 $ 4,175,811 $ 5,769,198 ADAMS MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 29 41 1233 62 69 54.523425 215.12763 $ 5,186 1448.1276 $ 4,416 $ 6,394,338 $ 5,444,423 $ 7,509,990 FORT CAROLINE MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 16 2381 892 50 47 54.415274 155.32296 $ 6,195 1047.323 $ 5,276 $ 5,525,940 $ 4,706,417 $ 6,488,166 SUWANNEE MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 61 51 1050 57 51 54.370797 182.68588 $ 5,484 1232.6859 $ 4,671 $ 5,758,200 $ 4,904,826 $ 6,760,049 MILWEE MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 59 101 1148 66 65 54.177661 199.02705 $ 6,439 1347.0271 $ 5,488 $ 7,391,972 $ 6,299,787 $ 8,673,507

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167 LARGO MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 52 141 1139 63 66 54.099822 197.18303 $ 5,442 1336.183 $ 4,639 $ 6,198,438 $ 5,283,723 $ 7,271,508 SOUTHPORT MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 56 331 1081 54 49 54.079696 187.07249 $ 5,708 1268.0725 $ 4,866 $ 6,170,348 $ 5,260,067 $ 7,238,158 BAIR MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 6 2611 1216 59 58 53.770492 209.23174 $ 6,168 1425.2317 $ 5,263 $ 7,500,288 $ 6,399,205 $ 8,790,829 FERRY PASS MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 17 301 910 60 58 53.634361 156.18326 $ 5,508 1066.1833 $ 4,701 $ 5,012,280 $ 4,278,040 $ 5,872,537 TOMLIN MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 29 3442 1546 64 70 53.489889 264.62518 $ 5,532 1810.6252 $ 4,723 $ 8,552,472 $ 7,302,517 $ 10,016,378 GRIFFIN MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 37 222 655 63 63 53.30033 111.71749 $ 6,603 766.71749 $ 5,641 $ 4,324,965 $ 3,694,780 $ 5,062,636 CHIEFLAND MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 38 53 417 66 72 53.191489 70.978723 $ 5,856 487.97872 $ 5,004 $ 2,441,952 $ 2,086,759 $ 2,857,603 JOHN HOPKINS MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 52 4061 1291 62 53 53.038674 219.11337 $ 6,282 1510.1134 $ 5,370 $ 8,110,062 $ 6,933,314 $ 9,486,532 TRADEWINDS MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 50 2781 1164 59 61 52.442159 195.33656 $ 5,367 1359.3366 $ 4,596 $ 6,247,188 $ 5,349,468 $ 7,295,559 EAST NAPLES MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 11 211 1236 66 68 52.384868 207.19263 $ 5,922 1443.1926 $ 5,072 $ 7,319,592 $ 6,268,751 $ 8,546,587 LAKE GIBSON MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 53 1761 1147 57 57 52.29682 191.95025 $ 5,822 1338.9502 $ 4,987 $ 6,677,834 $ 5,720,508 $ 7,795,368 MAYPORT MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 16 2541 743 62 58 52.01669 123.67488 $ 5,528 866.67488 $ 4,739 $ 4,107,304 $ 3,521,190 $ 4,790,979 ORANGE GROVE MIDDLE MAGNET SCHOOL NS PW 29 3241 670 63 62 51.944012 111.36796 $ 6,623 781.36796 $ 5,679 $ 4,437,410 $ 3,804,948 $ 5,175,000 BURNETT MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 29 631 1029 57 58 51.785714 170.52 $ 5,468 1199.52 $ 4,691 $ 5,626,572 $ 4,826,716 $ 6,558,975 JOSEPH STILWELL MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 16 2191 1207 52 48 51.781276 200 $ 5,318 1407 $ 4,562 $ 6,418,826 $ 5,506,413 $ 7,482,426 TAYLOR COUNTY MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 62 31 652 67 62 51.567398 107.59022 $ 5,938 759.59022 $ 5,097 $ 3,871,576 $ 3,323,196 $ 4,510,447 ALFRED I. DUPONT MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 16 661 970 63 56 51.473684 159.77432 $ 5,715 1129.7743 $ 4,907 $ 5,543,550 $ 4,759,573 $ 6,456,660 MARINER MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 36 722 985 56 60 50.87001 160.34227 $ 6,431 1145.3423 $ 5,531 $ 6,334,535 $ 5,447,731 $ 7,365,696 SOUTHWESTERN MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 64 6343 710 63 54 50.497866 114.73115 $ 5,978 824.73115 $ 5,146 $ 4,244,380 $ 3,653,930 $ 4,930,243 WOLF LAKE MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 48 1702 987 58 56 50.104603 158.25038 $ 6,071 1145.2504 $ 5,232 $ 5,992,077 $ 5,164,093 $ 6,952,815 OAK VIEW MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 1 591 385 63 55 50 61.6 $ 6,836 446.6 $ 5,893 $ 2,631,860 $ 2,268,845 $ 3,052,958 WEST HERNANDO MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 27 253 1081 65 72 49.954254 172.80176 $ 6,983 1253.8018 $ 6,021 $ 7,548,623 $ 6,508,255 $ 8,755,298

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168 A. L. MEBANE MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 1 221 475 60 64 49.894292 75.839323 $ 6,439 550.83932 $ 5,552 $ 3,058,525 $ 2,637,429 $ 3,546,854 DUNEDIN HIGHLAND MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 52 1091 1115 60 59 49.820467 177.75943 $ 5,312 1292.7594 $ 4,582 $ 5,922,880 $ 5,108,461 $ 6,867,138 BELLEVIEW MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 42 631 1216 63 65 49.714751 193.45004 $ 5,155 1409.45 $ 4,447 $ 6,268,480 $ 5,408,118 $ 7,265,715 UMATILLA MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 35 571 749 61 68 49.59893 118.87872 $ 5,858 867.87872 $ 5,056 $ 4,387,642 $ 3,786,640 $ 5,084,034 DAVIDSEN MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 29 1080 1212 62 68 49.072513 190.32283 $ 5,245 1402.3228 $ 4,533 $ 6,356,940 $ 5,494,178 $ 7,355,183 PROGRESS VILLAGE MIDDLE MAGNET SCHOOL NS PW 29 3561 919 61 57 48.92168 143.86888 $ 5,542 1062.8689 $ 4,792 $ 5,093,098 $ 4,403,701 $ 5,890,419 JEFFERSON DAVIS MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 16 2161 1524 55 46 48.751643 237.75201 $ 4,924 1761.752 $ 4,259 $ 7,504,176 $ 6,491,472 $ 8,674,867 LAKE CITY MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 12 241 1057 66 60 48.700674 164.72516 $ 5,322 1221.7252 $ 4,604 $ 5,625,354 $ 4,866,888 $ 6,502,021 NEW RENAISSANCE MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 6 3911 1692 61 59 48.414123 262.13343 $ 4,918 1954.1334 $ 4,258 $ 8,321,256 $ 7,205,017 $ 9,610,428 MT. DORA MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 35 411 708 60 60 48.364154 109.57383 $ 5,666 817.57383 $ 4,907 $ 4,011,528 $ 3,473,890 $ 4,632,373 CRYSTAL RIVER MIDDLE SCHOOL NS NPW 9 83 976 62 67 48.185484 150.4929 $ 5,249 1126.4929 $ 4,548 $ 5,123,024 $ 4,438,618 $ 5,123,024 ERNEST WARD MIDDLE SCHOOL NS NPW 17 541 451 62 72 47.018349 67.856881 $ 5,569 518.85688 $ 4,841 $ 2,511,619 $ 2,183,146 $ 2,511,619 NEPTUNE MIDDLE SCHOOL NS NPW 49 311 1516 60 61 47.007979 228.04511 $ 5,443 1744.0451 $ 4,731 $ 8,251,588 $ 7,172,640 $ 8,251,588 SEBASTIAN RIVER MIDDLE SCHOOL NS NPW 31 171 1383 62 65 46.526773 205.90889 $ 5,619 1588.9089 $ 4,891 $ 7,771,077 $ 6,764,012 $ 7,771,077 HAMMOCKS MIDDLE SCHOOL NS NPW 13 6221 2193 65 65 45.879121 321.96132 $ 5,230 2514.9613 $ 4,560 $ 11,469,390 $ 10,001,097 $ 11,469,390 W. D. SUGG MIDDLE SCHOOL NS NPW 41 581 890 60 60 45.505618 129.6 $ 5,683 1019.6 $ 4,961 $ 5,057,870 $ 4,414,971 $ 5,057,870 OCOEE MIDDLE SCHOOL NS NPW 48 342 1660 65 63 45.074627 239.43642 $ 5,584 1899.4364 $ 4,880 $ 9,269,440 $ 8,100,966 $ 9,269,440 OSLO MIDDLE SCHOOL NS NPW 31 271 1144 64 62 43.2247 158.23698 $ 5,928 1302.237 $ 5,208 $ 6,781,632 $ 5,957,585 $ 6,781,632 BAKER COUNTY MIDDLE SCHOOL NS NPW 2 32 1117 61 65 42.920748 153.41592 $ 5,195 1270.4159 $ 4,568 $ 5,802,815 $ 5,102,065 $ 5,802,815 PLANTATION MIDDLE SCHOOL NS NPW 6 551 1109 57 60 42.731278 151.64476 $ 5,790 1260.6448 $ 5,094 $ 6,421,110 $ 5,648,706 $ 6,421,110 ALVA MIDDLE SCHOOL NS NPW 36 91 544 60 61 41.742287 72.664973 $ 6,682 616.66497 $ 5,895 $ 3,635,008 $ 3,206,675 $ 3,635,008 WESTPINE MIDDLE SCHOOL NS NPW 6 2052 1415 66 69 41.226819 186.67504 $ 5,581 1601.675 $ 4,931 $ 7,897,115 $ 6,976,707 $ 7,897,115

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169 RODGERS MIDDLE SCHOOL NS NPW 29 3771 1147 64 65 39.686684 145.66601 $ 4,922 1292.666 $ 4,367 $ 5,645,534 $ 5,009,359 $ 5,645,534 BUDDY TAYLOR MIDDLE SCHOOL NS NPW 18 11 1151 67 63 39.300938 144.75321 $ 5,869 1295.7532 $ 5,213 $ 6,755,219 $ 6,000,569 $ 6,755,219 CLERMONT MIDDLE SCHOOL NS NPW 35 401 928 64 67 38.882922 115.46672 $ 5,796 1043.4667 $ 5,155 $ 5,378,688 $ 4,783,499 $ 5,378,688 ST. CLOUD MIDDLE SCHOOL NS NPW 49 272 1311 63 65 38.812785 162.8274 $ 5,326 1473.8274 $ 4,738 $ 6,982,386 $ 6,210,977 $ 6,982,386 GRAY MIDDLE SCHOOL NS NPW 35 113 1273 62 62 37.833595 154.11893 $ 5,715 1427.1189 $ 5,098 $ 7,275,195 $ 6,489,524 $ 7,275,195 TAVARES MIDDLE SCHOOL NS NPW 35 213 1051 66 65 37.109375 124.80625 $ 5,782 1175.8063 $ 5,168 $ 6,076,882 $ 5,431,850 $ 6,076,882 THOMAS E. WEIGHTMAN MIDDLE NS NPW 51 461 1085 66 64 36.160298 125.54856 $ 5,657 1210.5486 $ 5,070 $ 6,137,845 $ 5,501,276 $ 6,137,845 JAMES MADISON MIDDLE SCHOOL NS NPW 5 52 665 65 78 34.836703 74.132504 $ 6,313 739.1325 $ 5,680 $ 4,198,145 $ 3,777,085 $ 4,198,145 ORANGE PARK JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 10 361 928 63 67 34.835165 103.44651 $ 5,798 1031.4465 $ 5,217 $ 5,380,544 $ 4,840,915 $ 5,380,544 WILKINSON JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 10 371 808 62 71 32.673267 84.48 $ 6,321 892.48 $ 5,723 $ 5,107,368 $ 4,623,917 $ 5,107,368 LYONS CREEK MIDDLE SCHOOL NS NPW 6 3101 1993 66 71 32.395781 206.60733 $ 4,979 2199.6073 $ 4,511 $ 9,923,147 $ 8,991,074 $ 9,923,147 OCEANWAY SCHOOL NS NPW 16 621 1166 65 61 32.34547 120.68742 $ 5,105 1286.6874 $ 4,626 $ 5,952,430 $ 5,394,110 $ 5,952,430 LANDMARK MIDDLE SCHOOL NS NPW 16 2561 1349 65 65 30.457614 131.47943 $ 5,730 1480.4794 $ 5,221 $ 7,729,770 $ 7,043,299 $ 7,729,770 THREE OAKS MIDDLE SCHOOL NS NPW 36 821 844 66 67 28.365385 76.609231 $ 6,286 920.60923 $ 5,763 $ 5,305,384 $ 4,863,892 $ 5,305,384 FAIRVIEW MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 37 451 807 67 67 52.146465 134.66303 $ 6,564 941.66303 $ 5,625 $ 5,297,148 $ 4,539,626 $ 5,297,148 CORNER LAKE MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 48 1281 1405 67 67 49.072753 220.6311 $ 5,996 1625.6311 $ 5,182 $ 8,424,380 $ 7,281,021 $ 8,424,380 INVERNESS MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 9 42 1173 67 67 43.3391 162.67765 $ 5,582 1335.6776 $ 4,902 $ 6,547,686 $ 5,750,217 $ 6,547,686 HERON CREEK MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 58 1261 1971 67 67 42.65 269.00208 $ 5,769 2240.0021 $ 5,076 $ 11,370,699 $ 10,005,191 $ 11,370,699 CORKSCREW MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 11 442 1454 67 67 34.49692 160.50727 $ 5,626 1614.5073 $ 5,067 $ 8,180,204 $ 7,366,964 $ 8,180,204 PINES MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 6 1881 1342 67 68 41.598816 178.64195 $ 5,363 1520.642 $ 4,733 $ 7,197,146 $ 6,351,640 $ 7,197,146 ROCKWAY MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 13 6821 1274 67 74 60.49961 246.64481 $ 5,803 1520.6448 $ 4,862 $ 7,393,022 $ 6,193,892 $ 7,393,022 WILLIAM DANDY MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 6 1071 1286 67 80 56.050955 230.66089 $ 5,735 1516.6609 $ 4,863 $ 7,375,210 $ 6,253,554 $ 7,375,210 LEXINGTON MIDDLE SS NPW 36 351 924 68 61 44.711014 132.20153 $ 1056.2015 $ $ 5,370,288 $ 4,698,105 $ 5,370,288

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170 SCHOOL 5,812 5,085 PIEDMONT LAKES MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 48 1671 1372 68 63 51.691176 226.94494 $ 6,023 1598.9449 $ 5,168 $ 8,263,556 $ 7,090,675 $ 8,263,556 DELTONA MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 64 1702 1451 68 63 43.927828 203.96569 $ 5,004 1654.9657 $ 4,387 $ 7,260,804 $ 6,365,949 $ 7,260,804 DIPLOMAT MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 36 772 1044 68 66 38.342967 128.09618 $ 5,769 1172.0962 $ 5,139 $ 6,022,836 $ 5,364,612 $ 6,022,836 BAY POINT MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 52 171 1209 68 68 50.699301 196.14545 $ 5,626 1405.1455 $ 4,841 $ 6,801,834 $ 5,852,360 $ 6,801,834 CITRUS SPRINGS MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 9 211 817 68 70 47.246022 123.52 $ 5,398 940.52 $ 4,689 $ 4,410,166 $ 3,830,972 $ 4,410,166 SEBRING MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 28 21 836 68 74 57.413998 153.59393 $ 5,674 989.59393 $ 4,793 $ 4,743,464 $ 4,007,235 $ 4,743,464 NEW SMYRNA BEACH MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 64 3931 1476 69 58 39.199448 185.14683 $ 4,935 1661.1468 $ 4,385 $ 7,284,060 $ 6,472,199 $ 7,284,060 KIRBY SMITH MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 16 251 978 69 63 41.5625 130.074 $ 5,027 1108.074 $ 4,437 $ 4,916,406 $ 4,339,282 $ 4,916,406 MADEIRA BEACH MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 52 2261 1116 69 69 37.242614 133.00082 $ 5,299 1249.0008 $ 4,735 $ 5,913,684 $ 5,283,961 $ 5,913,684 MURDOCK MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 8 211 902 69 70 49.004425 141.44637 $ 5,659 1043.4464 $ 4,892 $ 5,104,418 $ 4,412,479 $ 5,104,418 HIGHLAND OAKS MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 13 6241 2220 69 70 44.218609 314.129 $ 5,999 2534.129 $ 5,255 $ 13,317,780 $ 11,666,917 $ 13,317,780 CALLAHAN MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 45 131 796 69 70 31.257942 79.620229 $ 5,196 875.62023 $ 4,724 $ 4,136,016 $ 3,759,928 $ 4,136,016 SOUTH SEMINOLE MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 59 201 1214 69 71 43.894389 170.52092 $ 5,834 1384.5209 $ 5,115 $ 7,082,476 $ 6,210,181 $ 7,082,476 PUNTA GORDA MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 8 121 1046 69 71 38.285714 128.14994 $ 5,008 1174.1499 $ 4,461 $ 5,238,368 $ 4,666,638 $ 5,238,368 EUSTIS MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 35 697 1073 69 72 43.150047 148.16 $ 5,969 1221.16 $ 5,245 $ 6,404,737 $ 5,627,668 $ 6,404,737 ANDREW JACKSON MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 5 141 684 69 74 41.793313 91.477204 $ 6,106 775.4772 $ 5,386 $ 4,176,504 $ 3,683,833 $ 4,176,504 CENTRAL MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 5 3021 1171 69 75 30.617496 114.72988 $ 5,932 1285.7299 $ 5,403 $ 6,946,372 $ 6,326,525 $ 6,946,372 KERNAN MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 16 2791 1218 69 76 31.478405 122.69023 $ 5,657 1340.6902 $ 5,139 $ 6,890,226 $ 6,259,683 $ 6,890,226 SEBASTIAN MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 55 301 752 70 56 36.411609 87.620897 $ 5,858 839.6209 $ 5,247 $ 4,405,216 $ 3,945,498 $ 4,405,216 RIVER RIDGE MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 51 472 1485 70 61 37.804878 179.64878 $ 5,029 1664.6488 $ 4,486 $ 7,468,065 $ 6,662,112 $ 7,468,065 PAUL W. BELL MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 13 6041 1255 70 63 70.45274 282.9382 $ 6,048 1537.9382 $ 4,935 $ 7,590,240 $ 6,193,845 $ 7,590,240 BONIFAY MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 30 12 481 70 65 53.512397 82.366281 $ 5,711 563.36628 $ 4,876 $ 2,746,991 $ 2,345,371 $ 2,746,991 FREEDOM MIDDLE SS NPW 48 245 1128 70 68 56.193896 202.83749 $ 1330.8375 $ $ 6,880,800 $ 5,832,074 $ 6,880,800

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171 SCHOOL 6,100 5,170 YULEE MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 45 221 741 70 68 38.744884 91.871869 $ 5,019 832.87187 $ 4,465 $ 3,719,079 $ 3,308,837 $ 3,719,079 PORT ST. JOE MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 23 62 268 70 69 40.298507 34.56 $ 6,474 302.56 $ 5,735 $ 1,735,032 $ 1,536,847 $ 1,735,032 HOBBS MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 57 231 718 70 70 47.685835 109.56297 $ 5,415 827.56297 $ 4,698 $ 3,887,970 $ 3,373,233 $ 3,887,970 SILVER SANDS MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 64 3431 1246 70 70 31.851253 126.99732 $ 5,181 1372.9973 $ 4,702 $ 6,455,526 $ 5,858,413 $ 6,455,526 BROOKSIDE MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 58 111 1097 70 71 39.606742 139.03551 $ 7,847 1236.0355 $ 6,964 $ 8,608,159 $ 7,639,870 $ 8,608,159 CALOOSA MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 36 572 1102 70 73 39.246324 138.39824 $ 6,313 1240.3982 $ 5,609 $ 6,956,926 $ 6,180,702 $ 6,956,926 BARTELS MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 29 103 739 70 75 35.92233 84.949126 $ 5,870 823.94913 $ 5,265 $ 4,337,930 $ 3,890,690 $ 4,337,930 STONE MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 5 2071 684 70 81 43.740795 95.739853 $ 7,606 779.73985 $ 6,672 $ 5,202,504 $ 4,563,718 $ 5,202,504 SOUTH CREEK MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 48 1703 806 71 62 56.838143 146.59694 $ 6,727 952.59694 $ 5,692 $ 5,421,962 $ 4,587,566 $ 5,421,962 GAMBLE ROGERS MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 55 371 907 71 65 33.589462 97.490055 $ 5,957 1004.4901 $ 5,379 $ 5,402,999 $ 4,878,615 $ 5,402,999 FORT CLARKE MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 1 481 866 71 67 38.379023 106.35595 $ 5,200 972.35595 $ 4,631 $ 4,503,200 $ 4,010,642 $ 4,503,200 W. C. PRYOR MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 46 271 656 71 69 42.236025 88.661863 $ 6,588 744.66186 $ 5,804 $ 4,321,728 $ 3,807,169 $ 4,321,728 TRAFALGAR MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 36 761 1284 71 71 37.882353 155.65101 $ 5,812 1439.651 $ 5,184 $ 7,462,608 $ 6,655,772 $ 7,462,608 CRESTWOOD COMMUNITY MIDDLE SS NPW 50 1691 1251 71 72 34.032258 136.23794 $ 5,375 1387.2379 $ 4,847 $ 6,724,125 $ 6,063,762 $ 6,724,125 MANN MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 29 2801 883 71 73 38.895028 109.90179 $ 4,872 992.90179 $ 4,333 $ 4,301,976 $ 3,825,801 $ 4,301,976 ARVIDA MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 13 6021 1583 71 74 38.013915 192.56329 $ 5,557 1775.5633 $ 4,954 $ 8,796,731 $ 7,842,708 $ 8,796,731 RIVERSPRINGS MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 65 12 548 71 74 27.850467 48.838579 $ 5,660 596.83858 $ 5,197 $ 3,101,680 $ 2,847,873 $ 3,101,680 GREEN COVE SPRINGS JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 10 21 869 71 78 24.457143 68.010423 $ 5,449 937.01042 $ 5,053 $ 4,735,181 $ 4,391,490 $ 4,735,181 CHALLENGER MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 36 133 303 72 57 58.355438 56.581432 $ 6,650 359.58143 $ 5,604 $ 2,014,950 $ 1,697,890 $ 2,014,950 MERRITT BROWN MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 3 71 829 72 69 47.406514 125.76 $ 5,276 954.76 $ 4,581 $ 4,373,804 $ 3,797,691 $ 4,373,804 PINE VIEW MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 51 921 1853 72 69 21.982077 130.34492 $ 4,871 1983.3449 $ 4,551 $ 9,025,963 $ 8,432,779 $ 9,025,963 JIM C. BAILEY MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 17 1221 1539 72 70 44.947507 221.35748 $ 5,467 1760.3575 $ 4,780 $ 8,413,713 $ 7,355,724 $ 8,413,713 WATSON B. DUNCAN SS NPW 50 1971 1178 72 72 21.662469 81.658841 $ 1259.6588 $ $ 6,191,568 $ 5,790,192 $ 6,191,568

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172 MIDDLE SCHOOL 5,256 4,915 LAKE ASBURY JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 10 481 1107 72 75 24.047187 85.184755 $ 5,114 1192.1848 $ 4,749 $ 5,661,198 $ 5,256,690 $ 5,661,198 WESTERN PINES COMMUNITY MIDDLE SS NPW 50 2451 1305 72 76 17.776097 74.23298 $ 5,085 1379.233 $ 4,811 $ 6,635,925 $ 6,278,767 $ 6,635,925 SAWGRASS SPRINGS MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 6 3431 1374 72 77 27.5562 121.1591 $ 6,763 1495.1591 $ 6,215 $ 9,292,362 $ 8,539,362 $ 9,292,362 LECANTO MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 9 162 761 72 78 39.346405 95.816366 $ 5,861 856.81637 $ 5,206 $ 4,460,221 $ 3,961,442 $ 4,460,221 TUSKAWILLA MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 59 541 1159 73 69 35.46971 131.55006 $ 5,527 1290.5501 $ 4,964 $ 6,405,793 $ 5,752,829 $ 6,405,793 MARTHA B. KING MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 41 611 899 73 69 34.81153 100.14581 $ 6,097 999.14581 $ 5,486 $ 5,481,203 $ 4,931,814 $ 5,481,203 LEGACY MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 48 242 1014 73 71 50.775595 164.75665 $ 5,657 1178.7566 $ 4,866 $ 5,736,198 $ 4,934,441 $ 5,736,198 LAKEVIEW MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 48 352 1781 73 72 36.955291 210.6156 $ 5,155 1991.6156 $ 4,610 $ 9,181,055 $ 8,210,148 $ 9,181,055 GOTHA MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 48 1681 1570 73 72 36.582196 183.78895 $ 5,672 1753.789 $ 5,078 $ 8,905,040 $ 7,971,833 $ 8,905,040 DR JOHN LONG MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 51 86 1248 73 72 26.791277 106.99364 $ 4,862 1354.9936 $ 4,478 $ 6,067,776 $ 5,588,649 $ 6,067,776 PORT CHARLOTTE MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 8 131 1043 73 73 53.974485 180.14524 $ 5,416 1223.1452 $ 4,618 $ 5,648,888 $ 4,816,918 $ 5,648,888 WINDY HILL MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 35 481 1437 73 73 33.196721 152.6518 $ 5,382 1589.6518 $ 4,865 $ 7,733,934 $ 6,991,256 $ 7,733,934 MARIANNA MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 32 61 652 73 74 50.537634 105.44172 $ 5,210 757.44172 $ 4,485 $ 3,396,920 $ 2,924,043 $ 3,396,920 FOREST GLEN MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 6 3051 1446 73 74 39.041579 180.65319 $ 5,765 1626.6532 $ 5,125 $ 8,336,190 $ 7,410,388 $ 8,336,190 WOODLANDS MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 50 1921 1568 73 75 29.967638 150.36562 $ 5,278 1718.3656 $ 4,816 $ 8,275,904 $ 7,551,721 $ 8,275,904 SANFORD MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 59 151 1319 73 78 42.331288 178.6719 $ 5,733 1497.6719 $ 5,049 $ 7,561,827 $ 6,659,703 $ 7,561,827 MCINTOSH MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 58 141 1106 74 68 37.184116 131.60202 $ 7,084 1237.602 $ 6,331 $ 7,834,904 $ 7,001,769 $ 7,834,904 ABRAHAM LINCOLN MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 1 112 774 74 70 50.787402 125.79024 $ 6,270 899.79024 $ 5,393 $ 4,852,980 $ 4,174,536 $ 4,852,980 OAK GROVE MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 52 2861 1015 74 70 34.834835 113.14354 $ 5,507 1128.1435 $ 4,955 $ 5,589,605 $ 5,029,013 $ 5,589,605 OSCEOLA CREEK MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 50 2821 853 74 74 26.247031 71.643895 $ 5,079 924.6439 $ 4,685 $ 4,332,387 $ 3,996,702 $ 4,332,387 CHAIN OF LAKES MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 48 1291 1279 74 75 43.120676 176.4843 $ 5,330 1455.4843 $ 4,684 $ 6,817,070 $ 5,990,468 $ 6,817,070 ELIZABETH COBB MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 37 32 891 74 76 36.477273 104.004 $ 5,568 995.004 $ 4,986 $ 4,961,088 $ 4,442,524 $ 4,961,088 NOVA MIDDLE SS NPW 6 1311 1210 74 78 35.387177 137.01915 $ 1347.0192 $ $ 6,996,220 $ 6,284,563 $ 6,996,220

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173 SCHOOL 5,782 5,194 BENITO MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 29 201 1190 74 78 29.763912 113.34098 $ 5,380 1303.341 $ 4,912 $ 6,402,200 $ 5,845,453 $ 6,402,200 MARKHAM WOODS MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 59 731 850 74 79 31.877214 86.706021 $ 6,281 936.70602 $ 5,700 $ 5,338,850 $ 4,844,660 $ 5,338,850 KANAPAHA MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 1 502 917 75 70 37.964989 111.40446 $ 5,111 1028.4045 $ 4,557 $ 4,686,787 $ 4,179,079 $ 4,686,787 GIFFORD MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 31 81 1318 75 70 37.327189 157.43115 $ 5,766 1475.4312 $ 5,151 $ 7,599,588 $ 6,788,698 $ 7,599,588 ORMOND BEACH MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 64 4235 972 75 70 31.390593 97.637301 $ 5,404 1069.6373 $ 4,911 $ 5,252,688 $ 4,773,219 $ 5,252,688 RAA MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 37 92 820 75 71 35.758323 93.82984 $ 5,779 913.82984 $ 5,186 $ 4,738,780 $ 4,252,214 $ 4,738,780 BRADEN RIVER MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 41 652 947 75 71 26.78762 81.177204 $ 5,065 1028.1772 $ 4,665 $ 4,796,555 $ 4,417,855 $ 4,796,555 SEVEN SPRINGS MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 51 57 1314 75 71 23.425499 98.499539 $ 5,725 1412.4995 $ 5,326 $ 7,522,650 $ 6,998,064 $ 7,522,650 GLENRIDGE MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 48 571 1258 75 74 38.938053 156.74903 $ 6,106 1414.749 $ 5,429 $ 7,681,348 $ 6,830,283 $ 7,681,348 SWIFT CREEK MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 37 1151 974 75 75 15.057113 46.93001 $ 5,339 1020.93 $ 5,094 $ 5,200,186 $ 4,961,144 $ 5,200,186 FERNANDINA BEACH MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 45 31 607 75 77 28.187919 54.752215 $ 6,422 661.75221 $ 5,891 $ 3,898,154 $ 3,575,628 $ 3,898,154 VENICE MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 58 451 884 76 71 28.539576 80.732754 $ 7,202 964.73275 $ 6,599 $ 6,366,568 $ 5,833,788 $ 6,366,568 HOLLEY NAVARRE MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 57 272 732 76 73 27.671233 64.817096 $ 5,429 796.8171 $ 4,987 $ 3,974,028 $ 3,650,761 $ 3,974,028 R. DAN NOLAN MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 41 752 758 76 74 18.146718 44.01668 $ 5,924 802.01668 $ 5,599 $ 4,490,392 $ 4,243,948 $ 4,490,392 CONWAY MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 48 1391 1302 76 75 37.048424 154.35855 $ 5,623 1456.3586 $ 5,027 $ 7,321,146 $ 6,545,182 $ 7,321,146 OAKRIDGE MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 11 401 1141 76 76 19.652174 71.754017 $ 6,167 1212.754 $ 5,802 $ 7,036,547 $ 6,620,221 $ 7,036,547 HILL MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 29 1871 1110 76 77 32.87796 116.78251 $ 5,298 1226.7825 $ 4,794 $ 5,880,780 $ 5,320,964 $ 5,880,780 POLO PARK MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 50 2611 1595 76 78 20.024953 102.20736 $ 5,220 1697.2074 $ 4,906 $ 8,325,900 $ 7,824,507 $ 8,325,900 SOUTH MIAMI MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 13 6881 1124 76 81 43.845463 157.70336 $ 6,252 1281.7034 $ 5,483 $ 7,027,248 $ 6,162,601 $ 7,027,248 WAKULLA MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 65 81 537 77 71 34.482759 59.255172 $ 6,350 596.25517 $ 5,719 $ 3,409,950 $ 3,071,073 $ 3,409,950 DUNCAN U. FLETCHER MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 16 631 1332 77 71 18.196078 77.558965 $ 5,703 1409.559 $ 5,389 $ 7,596,396 $ 7,178,415 $ 7,596,396 CYPRESS LAKE MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 36 141 840 77 75 30.229746 81.257557 $ 6,990 921.25756 $ 6,373 $ 5,871,600 $ 5,353,708 $ 5,871,600

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174 SOUTHWOOD MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 13 6861 1784 77 75 30.050647 171.55313 $ 5,897 1955.5531 $ 5,380 $ 10,520,248 $ 9,597,347 $ 10,520,248 DAVID C HINSON SR MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 64 7831 1037 77 75 29.676787 98.479452 $ 5,187 1135.4795 $ 4,737 $ 5,378,919 $ 4,912,409 $ 5,378,919 CARLOS E. HAILE MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 41 711 975 77 76 26.938776 84.04898 $ 5,335 1059.049 $ 4,912 $ 5,201,625 $ 4,788,810 $ 5,201,625 CORAL SPRINGS MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 6 2561 1347 77 77 27.464259 118.38194 $ 5,548 1465.3819 $ 5,100 $ 7,473,156 $ 6,869,432 $ 7,473,156 GREENWOOD LAKES MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 59 671 1178 77 78 34.84589 131.35507 $ 5,412 1309.3551 $ 4,869 $ 6,375,336 $ 5,735,760 $ 6,375,336 RAMBLEWOOD MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 6 2711 1286 77 79 26.168224 107.68748 $ 5,840 1393.6875 $ 5,389 $ 7,510,240 $ 6,929,939 $ 7,510,240 LOGGERS' RUN MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 50 1751 1020 77 79 19.216061 62.721224 $ 5,848 1082.7212 $ 5,509 $ 5,964,960 $ 5,619,414 $ 5,964,960 L. A. AINGER MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 8 181 1030 77 80 33.982473 112.00623 $ 5,352 1142.0062 $ 4,827 $ 5,512,560 $ 4,971,897 $ 5,512,560 EAGLES LANDING MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 50 2461 1235 77 82 20.647773 81.6 $ 5,592 1316.6 $ 5,245 $ 6,906,120 $ 6,478,094 $ 6,906,120 MAITLAND MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 48 731 1010 78 80 27.744511 89.670259 $ 6,633 1099.6703 $ 6,092 $ 6,699,330 $ 6,153,047 $ 6,699,330 PINE RIDGE MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 11 251 1074 78 83 21.710526 74.614737 $ 6,760 1148.6147 $ 6,321 $ 7,260,240 $ 6,788,610 $ 7,260,240 COLEMAN MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 29 921 889 78 83 20.81448 59.213032 $ 5,512 948.21303 $ 5,168 $ 4,900,168 $ 4,594,167 $ 4,900,168 CREEKSIDE MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 64 7791 1208 79 74 18.703856 72.301624 $ 5,246 1280.3016 $ 4,950 $ 6,337,168 $ 5,979,293 $ 6,337,168 TARPON SPRINGS MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 52 4581 1284 79 76 23.248408 95.523057 $ 5,571 1379.5231 $ 5,185 $ 7,153,164 $ 6,657,854 $ 7,153,164 STUART MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 43 21 974 79 79 26.229508 81.752131 $ 5,635 1055.7521 $ 5,199 $ 5,488,490 $ 5,063,489 $ 5,488,490 LAKESIDE JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 10 351 963 79 84 16.614746 51.2 $ 5,538 1014.2 $ 5,258 $ 5,333,094 $ 5,063,863 $ 5,333,094 SOUTHSIDE FUNDAMENTAL MIDDLE SS NPW 52 4231 635 79 85 20.192308 41.030769 $ 5,669 676.03077 $ 5,325 $ 3,599,815 $ 3,381,329 $ 3,599,815 JEWETT MIDDLE ACADEMY MAGNET SS NPW 53 711 575 80 79 24.775583 45.587074 $ 7,064 620.58707 $ 6,545 $ 4,061,800 $ 3,763,428 $ 4,061,800 PALMETTO MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 13 6701 1689 80 79 21.289178 115.06375 $ 5,269 1804.0637 $ 4,933 $ 8,899,341 $ 8,331,738 $ 8,899,341 JUPITER MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 50 1731 1229 80 80 20.561519 80.864344 $ 5,794 1309.8643 $ 5,436 $ 7,120,826 $ 6,681,223 $ 7,120,826 INDEPENDENCE MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 50 2621 1217 80 80 15.066225 58.673907 $ 5,634 1275.6739 $ 5,375 $ 6,856,578 $ 6,541,214 $ 6,856,578 WOODLAWN BEACH MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 57 361 891 80 81 22.787611 64.972035 $ 4,922 955.97204 $ 4,587 $ 4,385,502 $ 4,087,444 $ 4,385,502

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175 MANDARIN MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 16 2591 1589 80 81 16.219668 82.473768 $ 5,338 1671.4738 $ 5,075 $ 8,482,082 $ 8,063,560 $ 8,482,082 GULFVIEW MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 11 61 609 80 83 23.786408 46.354951 $ 7,438 655.35495 $ 6,912 $ 4,529,742 $ 4,209,342 $ 4,529,742 PALM HARBOR MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 52 3191 1399 81 77 20.361011 91.152173 $ 5,294 1490.1522 $ 4,970 $ 7,406,306 $ 6,953,264 $ 7,406,306 EMERALD COAST MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 66 152 291 81 81 25.925926 24.142222 $ 6,302 315.14222 $ 5,819 $ 1,833,882 $ 1,693,393 $ 1,833,882 NORTH NAPLES MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 11 452 923 81 82 19.234973 56.812415 $ 6,439 979.81242 $ 6,066 $ 5,943,197 $ 5,598,593 $ 5,943,197 WILLIAMS MIDDLE MAGNET SCHOOL SS NPW 29 4741 944 81 84 36.60419 110.57394 $ 5,979 1054.5739 $ 5,352 $ 5,644,176 $ 5,052,374 $ 5,644,176 SILVER TRAIL MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 6 3331 1772 81 84 13.204326 74.873808 $ 5,511 1846.8738 $ 5,288 $ 9,765,492 $ 9,369,591 $ 9,765,492 CLIFFORD MEIGS MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 46 82 736 82 80 28.652482 67.482326 $ 6,456 803.48233 $ 5,914 $ 4,751,616 $ 4,352,541 $ 4,751,616 DAVIDSON MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 46 761 919 82 81 24 70.5792 $ 5,853 989.5792 $ 5,436 $ 5,378,907 $ 4,995,270 $ 5,378,907 INDIAN RIDGE MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 6 3471 2126 82 83 18.578199 126.3912 $ 5,473 2252.3912 $ 5,166 $ 11,635,598 $ 10,982,675 $ 11,635,598 TEQUESTA TRACE MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 6 3151 1639 82 85 16.68682 87.519033 $ 5,329 1726.519 $ 5,059 $ 8,734,231 $ 8,291,484 $ 8,734,231 OMNI MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 50 1991 1266 82 87 18.966847 76.838489 $ 5,169 1342.8385 $ 4,873 $ 6,543,954 $ 6,169,503 $ 6,543,954 CHILES MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 59 721 1440 82 88 16.174402 74.531646 $ 5,081 1514.5316 $ 4,831 $ 7,316,640 $ 6,956,581 $ 7,316,640 HUNTERS CREEK MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 48 381 1071 83 82 33.426966 114.5609 $ 6,084 1185.5609 $ 5,496 $ 6,515,964 $ 5,886,326 $ 6,515,964 MOWAT MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 3 331 971 83 82 25.681342 79.797065 $ 4,877 1050.7971 $ 4,507 $ 4,735,567 $ 4,375,950 $ 4,735,567 PIONEER MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 6 2571 1675 83 86 11.827957 63.397849 $ 5,488 1738.3978 $ 5,288 $ 9,192,400 $ 8,857,161 $ 9,192,400 MARTINEZ MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 29 2851 1143 83 89 11.426041 41.791887 $ 5,045 1184.7919 $ 4,867 $ 5,766,435 $ 5,563,032 $ 5,766,435 LAVILLA SCHOOL OF THE ARTS SS NPW 16 2671 1062 84 75 19.830028 67.390368 $ 5,841 1129.3904 $ 5,492 $ 6,203,142 $ 5,833,002 $ 6,203,142 THOMAS L SIMS MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 57 332 894 84 83 22.641509 64.77283 $ 5,334 958.77283 $ 4,974 $ 4,768,596 $ 4,446,439 $ 4,768,596 SAFETY HARBOR MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 52 3741 1344 84 86 24.492863 105.3389 $ 5,561 1449.3389 $ 5,157 $ 7,473,984 $ 6,930,770 $ 7,473,984 JACKSON HEIGHTS MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 59 291 1294 84 87 17.628705 72.996942 $ 5,043 1366.9969 $ 4,774 $ 6,525,642 $ 6,177,176 $ 6,525,642 WESTGLADES MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 6 3871 1449 84 87 6.9881202 32.402516 $ 5,693 1481.4025 $ 5,568 $ 8,249,157 $ 8,068,724 $ 8,249,157

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176 WELLINGTON LANDINGS MIDDLE SS NPW 50 1701 1066 84 88 12.570888 42.881815 $ 6,402 1108.8818 $ 6,154 $ 6,824,532 $ 6,560,619 $ 6,824,532 LAWTON CHILES MIDDLE ACADEMY SS NPW 53 43 584 85 84 22.50423 42.055905 $ 6,910 626.05591 $ 6,446 $ 4,035,440 $ 3,764,355 $ 4,035,440 SARASOTA MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 58 31 1195 85 84 16.624896 63.573601 $ 6,879 1258.5736 $ 6,532 $ 8,220,405 $ 7,805,172 $ 8,220,405 UNION ACADEMY SS NPW 53 971 385 85 85 31.233596 38.47979 $ 7,971 423.47979 $ 7,247 $ 3,068,835 $ 2,789,983 $ 3,068,835 SWITZERLAND POINT MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 55 321 1259 85 85 5.350118 21.554555 $ 4,940 1280.5546 $ 4,857 $ 6,219,460 $ 6,114,773 $ 6,219,460 DISCOVERY MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 48 1121 1029 85 86 26.647287 87.744186 $ 6,866 1116.7442 $ 6,327 $ 7,065,114 $ 6,509,998 $ 7,065,114 ADDIE R. LEWIS MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 46 671 535 85 90 27.819549 47.627068 $ 6,929 582.62707 $ 6,363 $ 3,707,015 $ 3,403,984 $ 3,707,015 HERBERT C. HOOVER MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 5 6082 481 85 90 13.070539 20.118174 $ 7,342 501.11817 $ 7,047 $ 3,531,502 $ 3,389,724 $ 3,531,502 DELAURA MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 5 6012 703 85 92 8.0344333 18.074261 $ 6,549 721.07426 $ 6,385 $ 4,603,947 $ 4,488,546 $ 4,603,947 WILSON MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 29 4761 584 86 85 22.241087 41.564143 $ 6,296 625.56414 $ 5,878 $ 3,676,864 $ 3,432,563 $ 3,676,864 C. W. RUCKEL MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 46 121 836 86 87 14.95778 40.015054 $ 5,860 876.01505 $ 5,592 $ 4,898,960 $ 4,675,183 $ 4,898,960 ROCK LAKE MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 59 621 1126 86 89 16.358839 58.944169 $ 5,466 1184.9442 $ 5,194 $ 6,154,716 $ 5,848,554 $ 6,154,716 DESTIN MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 46 771 607 87 90 9.7103918 18.861465 $ 6,427 625.86147 $ 6,233 $ 3,901,189 $ 3,783,620 $ 3,901,189 FRUIT COVE MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 55 491 1192 87 92 3.5413153 13.507993 $ 4,897 1205.508 $ 4,842 $ 5,837,224 $ 5,771,817 $ 5,837,224 BROWN BARGE MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 17 671 534 88 80 42.145594 72.018391 $ 4,899 606.01839 $ 4,317 $ 2,616,066 $ 2,305,176 $ 2,616,066 COACHMAN FUNDAMENTAL MIDDLE SS NPW 52 731 549 88 85 9.4095941 16.530775 $ 5,433 565.53077 $ 5,274 $ 2,982,717 $ 2,895,531 $ 2,982,717 HIDDEN OAKS MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 43 321 1075 88 90 8.1105991 27.900461 $ 5,256 1102.9005 $ 5,123 $ 5,650,200 $ 5,507,265 $ 5,650,200 FALCON COVE MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 6 3622 2256 88 90 6.7294751 48.581427 $ 5,439 2304.5814 $ 5,324 $ 12,270,384 $ 12,011,720 $ 12,270,384 GULF BREEZE MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 57 102 876 89 87 12.969283 36.355495 $ 5,704 912.35549 $ 5,477 $ 4,996,704 $ 4,797,596 $ 4,996,704 ALICE B. LANDRUM MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 55 311 1066 89 89 4.1006524 13.988145 $ 5,211 1079.9881 $ 5,144 $ 5,554,926 $ 5,482,978 $ 5,554,926 DEERLAKE MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 37 531 1343 89 91 6.7457376 28.990482 $ 4,881 1371.9905 $ 4,778 $ 6,555,183 $ 6,416,670 $ 6,555,183 DARNELL COOKMAN MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 16 1451 1100 89 92 16.835327 59.26035 $ 5,652 1159.2603 $ 5,363 $ 6,217,200 $ 5,899,382 $ 6,217,200

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177 BAK MIDDLE SCHOOL OF THE ARTS SS NPW 50 2511 1385 91 91 18.287373 81.049637 $ 6,833 1466.0496 $ 6,455 $ 9,463,705 $ 8,940,510 $ 9,463,705 JAMES WELDON JOHNSON MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 16 1521 1113 91 91 14.949863 53.245433 $ 5,930 1166.2454 $ 5,659 $ 6,600,090 $ 6,298,760 $ 6,600,090 GEORGE WASHINGTON CARVER MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 13 6071 954 94 98 25.475687 77.772178 $ 7,560 1031.7722 $ 6,990 $ 7,212,240 $ 6,668,601 $ 7,212,240 NS Count 210 NS Mean 55.1 54.9 62.51 $ 6,104 $ 5,083 $ 2,309,040,140 $ 2,007,603,745 $ 2,541,847,219 SS Count 169 SS Mean 76.2 76.3 30.72 $ 5,773 $ 5,262 Total Expenditures Total Expenditures Total Expenditures NS Count > 48.33 184 54.0 53.4 65.74 $ 6,167 $ 5,091 Total NS and SS 379 64.5 64.4 48.33 $ 5,957 $ 5,163 $ 301,436,395 $ 232,807,079 Mean Mean Mean Mean Expenditures Needed Expenditures Needed High $ 7,995 Low $ 4,862

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179 Elementary Schools SS or NS PW or NPW District Number School Number October Membership FCAT Reading FCAT Math Free & Reduced Lunch % Weighted Count Regular Per Pupil Expenditure Weighted Total Count Per Pupil Expenditures with Discount Rate #1 Total Regular Per Pupil Expenditure Total Expenditures with Discount Rate #1 Total Expenditures with Poverty Weight .36 BELLE GLADE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 50 2401 646 51 53 98.139535 228.2333 $ 7,792 874.2333 $ 5,758 $ 5,033,632 $ 3,719,518 $ 6,812,026 PIONEER PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 50 2371 501 64 68 98.035363 176.81658 $ 7,790 677.81658 $ 5,758 $ 3,902,790 $ 2,884,700 $ 5,280,191 WASHINGTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 4601 612 34 46 97.986577 215.88403 $ 6,199 827.88403 $ 4,583 $ 3,793,788 $ 2,804,497 $ 5,132,053 POTTER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 3521 843 31 30 97.35328 295.44773 $ 5,790 1138.4477 $ 4,287 $ 4,880,970 $ 3,614,270 $ 6,591,612 GLADE VIEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 50 1251 402 66 82 96.683673 139.92061 $ 8,920 541.92061 $ 6,617 $ 3,585,840 $ 2,659,998 $ 4,833,932 JUST ELEMENTARY NS PW 29 282 716 31 27 96.652111 249.13048 $ 7,131 965.13048 $ 5,290 $ 5,105,796 $ 3,787,830 $ 6,882,345 GREENVILLE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 40 91 143 49 32 96.453901 49.654468 $ 7,881 192.65447 $ 5,850 $ 1,126,983 $ 836,516 $ 1,518,310 NARANJA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 13 3621 647 41 33 96.220472 224.11672 $ 8,498 871.11672 $ 6,312 $ 5,498,206 $ 4,083,654 $ 7,402,750 WIMAUMA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 4841 603 57 71 96.16 208.74413 $ 7,614 811.74413 $ 5,656 $ 4,591,242 $ 3,410,581 $ 6,180,620 SOUTH GRADE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 50 2431 787 58 69 95.144357 269.56299 $ 6,053 1056.563 $ 4,509 $ 4,763,711 $ 3,548,336 $ 6,395,376 GEORGE S. HALLMARK ELEMENTARY NS PW 17 311 260 50 44 94.941634 88.86537 $ 8,486 348.86537 $ 6,324 $ 2,206,360 $ 1,644,341 $ 2,960,472

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180 CLEVELAND ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 881 369 61 61 94.906166 126.07335 $ 7,615 495.07335 $ 5,676 $ 2,809,935 $ 2,094,368 $ 3,769,984 GRAHAM ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 1761 394 42 40 94.827586 134.50345 $ 7,811 528.50345 $ 5,823 $ 3,077,534 $ 2,294,306 $ 4,128,140 WAHNETA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 53 681 527 53 55 94.708029 179.68007 $ 7,001 706.68007 $ 5,221 $ 3,689,527 $ 2,751,430 $ 4,947,467 SHAW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 3951 1112 45 44 94.473684 378.19705 $ 5,805 1490.1971 $ 4,332 $ 6,455,160 $ 4,816,905 $ 8,650,594 C. A. WEIS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 17 572 511 52 43 94.285714 173.448 $ 7,511 684.448 $ 5,608 $ 3,838,121 $ 2,865,491 $ 5,140,889 LAKE WESTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 48 651 633 55 44 94.057725 214.33874 $ 6,908 847.33874 $ 5,161 $ 4,372,764 $ 3,266,651 $ 5,853,416 PAHOKEE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 50 1101 614 41 49 93.894389 207.54416 $ 7,804 821.54416 $ 5,832 $ 4,791,656 $ 3,581,155 $ 6,411,331 WHEATLEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 48 1361 466 42 41 93.72093 157.22623 $ 7,371 623.22623 $ 5,511 $ 3,434,886 $ 2,568,340 $ 4,593,801 JOHN LOVE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 16 731 263 51 63 93.639576 88.657951 $ 7,458 351.65795 $ 5,578 $ 1,961,454 $ 1,466,944 $ 2,622,665 BARTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 50 741 616 63 62 93.6 207.56736 $ 6,981 823.56736 $ 5,222 $ 4,300,296 $ 3,216,473 $ 5,749,324 PINE HILLS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 48 621 941 52 39 93.397231 316.39246 $ 6,313 1257.3925 $ 4,724 $ 5,940,533 $ 4,445,741 $ 7,937,919 EDISON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 1361 532 46 46 93.345324 178.77496 $ 7,285 710.77496 $ 5,453 $ 3,875,620 $ 2,900,819 $ 5,177,996 ORLO VISTA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 48 271 649 70 61 93.28 217.93939 $ 7,560 866.93939 $ 5,659 $ 4,906,440 $ 3,673,013 $ 6,554,062 VILLAGE OAKS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 11 341 622 61 49 93.203883 208.70214 $ 9,260 830.70214 $ 6,934 $ 5,759,720 $ 4,312,672 $ 7,692,302 NORTH FORK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 6 1191 592 37 44 93.027211 198.25959 $ 7,072 790.25959 $ 5,298 $ 4,186,624 $ 3,136,288 $ 5,588,716

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181 RUFUS E. PAYNE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 16 1631 413 58 46 92.947103 138.19375 $ 7,360 551.19375 $ 5,515 $ 3,039,680 $ 2,277,580 $ 4,056,786 NIBLACK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 12 161 339 51 40 92.878338 113.34872 $ 7,537 452.34872 $ 5,648 $ 2,555,043 $ 1,914,805 $ 3,409,352 ROBLES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 3761 787 47 49 92.839196 263.03201 $ 5,924 1050.032 $ 4,440 $ 4,662,188 $ 3,494,314 $ 6,220,390 JESSE KEEN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 53 1241 562 61 62 92.771084 187.69446 $ 6,158 749.69446 $ 4,616 $ 3,460,796 $ 2,594,347 $ 4,616,618 O. J. SEMMES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 17 471 338 45 35 92.73743 112.84291 $ 7,746 450.84291 $ 5,807 $ 2,618,148 $ 1,962,843 $ 3,492,229 LORAH PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 13 3041 543 57 60 92.59962 181.01374 $ 8,786 724.01374 $ 6,589 $ 4,770,798 $ 3,578,031 $ 6,361,185 MORT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 3121 936 46 49 92.456897 311.54276 $ 6,065 1247.5428 $ 4,550 $ 5,676,840 $ 4,259,190 $ 7,566,347 PINELOCH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 48 231 689 51 55 92.296512 228.93227 $ 7,739 917.93227 $ 5,809 $ 5,332,171 $ 4,002,328 $ 7,103,878 RAINBOW PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 13 4541 571 49 45 92.207792 189.54234 $ 8,315 760.54234 $ 6,243 $ 4,747,865 $ 3,564,602 $ 6,323,910 CAROL CITY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 13 681 661 50 56 92.177914 219.34656 $ 8,618 880.34656 $ 6,471 $ 5,696,498 $ 4,277,162 $ 7,586,827 WITTER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 4921 866 49 39 92.130751 287.22683 $ 6,101 1153.2268 $ 4,581 $ 5,283,466 $ 3,967,547 $ 7,035,837 FOREST PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 50 831 493 54 57 92.079208 163.42218 $ 7,451 656.42218 $ 5,596 $ 3,673,343 $ 2,758,831 $ 4,891,002 MILES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 3041 715 56 55 91.917808 236.59644 $ 5,135 951.59644 $ 3,858 $ 3,671,525 $ 2,758,670 $ 4,886,448 BOND ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 37 1181 651 56 59 91.757387 215.04261 $ 5,614 866.04261 $ 4,220 $ 3,654,714 $ 2,747,231 $ 4,861,963 DESOTO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 1081 388 57 53 91.752577 128.16 $ 7,704 516.16 $ 5,791 $ 2,989,152 $ 2,246,960 $ 3,976,497 CARIBBEAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 13 661 876 54 49 91.721854 289.25404 $ 9,060 1165.254 $ 6,811 $ 7,936,560 $ 5,966,447 $ 10,557,202

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182 KELSEY L. PHARR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 13 4401 484 49 47 91.630901 159.65768 $ 9,262 643.65768 $ 6,965 $ 4,482,808 $ 3,370,859 $ 5,961,557 CATALINA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 48 701 714 51 55 91.292135 234.6573 $ 6,402 948.6573 $ 4,818 $ 4,571,028 $ 3,440,351 $ 6,073,304 HIGHLAND ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 50 671 794 61 61 91.218873 260.74003 $ 7,855 1054.74 $ 5,913 $ 6,236,870 $ 4,695,067 $ 8,284,983 SAINT CLAIR EVANS ACADEMY NS PW 16 1241 528 39 52 91.176471 173.30824 $ 7,774 701.30824 $ 5,853 $ 4,104,672 $ 3,090,320 $ 5,451,970 BING ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 261 648 62 62 91.145038 212.62315 $ 6,680 860.62315 $ 5,030 $ 4,328,640 $ 3,259,218 $ 5,748,963 BONNER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 64 344 436 53 52 91.142191 143.05678 $ 7,256 579.05678 $ 5,463 $ 3,163,616 $ 2,382,040 $ 4,201,636 FOSTER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 1481 545 55 50 91.111111 178.76 $ 6,427 723.76 $ 4,840 $ 3,502,715 $ 2,637,587 $ 4,651,606 NORTHMORE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 50 271 580 55 72 90.689655 189.36 $ 6,720 769.36 $ 5,066 $ 3,897,600 $ 2,938,297 $ 5,170,099 CITRUS GROVE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 13 801 1051 49 57 90.522244 342.49996 $ 8,948 1393.5 $ 6,749 $ 9,404,348 $ 7,092,910 $ 12,469,038 SAMOSET ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 41 421 509 59 59 90.494297 165.82175 $ 7,276 674.82175 $ 5,488 $ 3,703,484 $ 2,793,439 $ 4,910,003 JOHN G RILEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 37 231 534 57 62 90.239411 173.47624 $ 5,638 707.47624 $ 4,256 $ 3,010,692 $ 2,272,457 $ 3,988,751 ECCLESTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 48 5841 542 56 71 90.221402 176.04 $ 6,684 718.04 $ 5,045 $ 3,622,728 $ 2,734,553 $ 4,799,379 ROBERT C. MARKHAM ELEMENTARY NS PW 6 1671 567 43 62 90.217391 184.15174 $ 7,326 751.15174 $ 5,530 $ 4,153,842 $ 3,135,490 $ 5,502,938 FELLSMERE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 31 101 567 56 59 89.810017 183.32021 $ 7,912 750.32021 $ 5,979 $ 4,486,104 $ 3,390,047 $ 5,936,533 WEST TAMPA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 4722 544 60 67 89.799636 175.86361 $ 7,318 719.86361 $ 5,530 $ 3,980,992 $ 3,008,431 $ 5,267,962 WARRINGTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 17 551 453 52 53 89.782609 146.41748 $ 6,061 599.41748 $ 4,581 $ 2,745,633 $ 2,074,967 $ 3,633,069

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183 PINE VILLA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 13 4461 801 45 37 89.671932 258.57798 $ 8,940 1059.578 $ 6,758 $ 7,160,940 $ 5,413,394 $ 9,472,627 PARKVIEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 13 4301 474 58 61 89.60499 152.90195 $ 8,411 626.90195 $ 6,360 $ 3,986,814 $ 3,014,426 $ 5,272,872 EDGEWOOD ACADEMY NS PW 36 181 712 59 49 89.57476 229.59802 $ 6,141 941.59802 $ 4,644 $ 4,372,392 $ 3,306,234 $ 5,782,353 REDONDO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 13 4611 949 69 76 89.572471 306.01539 $ 7,676 1255.0154 $ 5,804 $ 7,284,524 $ 5,508,310 $ 9,633,498 LINCOLN PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 17 771 350 54 45 89.501312 112.77165 $ 6,022 462.77165 $ 4,555 $ 2,107,700 $ 1,594,080 $ 2,786,811 GRETNA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 20 171 365 56 65 89.415042 117.49136 $ 5,850 482.49136 $ 4,425 $ 2,135,250 $ 1,615,296 $ 2,822,574 TICE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 36 381 677 64 69 89.37409 217.82253 $ 7,261 894.82253 $ 5,493 $ 4,915,697 $ 3,719,091 $ 6,497,306 ENSLEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 17 271 367 64 59 89.344262 118.04164 $ 7,312 485.04164 $ 5,533 $ 2,683,504 $ 2,030,436 $ 3,546,624 WEST GATE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 50 481 1046 57 54 89.303238 336.28027 $ 5,648 1382.2803 $ 4,274 $ 5,907,808 $ 4,470,560 $ 7,807,119 BLANCHE H. DAUGHTREY ELEMENTARY NS PW 41 411 735 69 63 89.215686 236.06471 $ 6,441 971.06471 $ 4,875 $ 4,734,135 $ 3,583,272 $ 6,254,628 SHEEHY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 51 533 51 58 89.158879 171.07806 $ 6,858 704.07806 $ 5,192 $ 3,655,314 $ 2,767,140 $ 4,828,567 WESTWARD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 50 351 534 57 58 89.158879 171.39903 $ 7,216 705.39903 $ 5,463 $ 3,853,344 $ 2,917,052 $ 5,090,159 WILLIAM D. MOSELEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 54 81 281 63 70 89.152542 90.186712 $ 7,564 371.18671 $ 5,726 $ 2,125,484 $ 1,609,058 $ 2,807 ,656 OAK RIDGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 37 171 484 48 56 89.139344 155.31639 $ 7,327 639.31639 $ 5,547 $ 3,546,268 $ 2,684,733 $ 4,684,271 HAVANA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 20 91 588 48 43 89.0625 188.5275 $ 6,759 776.5275 $ 5,118 $ 3,974,292 $ 3,009,402 $ 5,248,549

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184 LAUDERDALE MANORS ELEMENTARY NS PW 6 431 623 41 52 89.010989 199.63385 $ 6,895 822.63385 $ 5,222 $ 4,295,585 $ 3,253,148 $ 5,672,060 GOVE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 50 1241 900 69 64 88.828039 287.80285 $ 8,222 1187.8028 $ 6,230 $ 7,399,800 $ 5,606,840 $ 9,766,115 PALM RIVER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 3281 621 56 52 88.75 198.4095 $ 5,960 819.4095 $ 4,517 $ 3,701,160 $ 2,804,972 $ 4,883,681 MILLVILLE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 3 181 373 61 54 88.617886 118.9961 $ 8,390 491.9961 $ 6,361 $ 3,129,470 $ 2,372,564 $ 4,127,847 SANDERS PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 6 891 529 54 69 88.565891 168.66488 $ 8,079 697.66488 $ 6,126 $ 4,273,791 $ 3,240,575 $ 5,636,435 HUBERT O. SIBLEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 13 5141 1022 54 54 88.534397 325.73575 $ 7,398 1347.7358 $ 5,610 $ 7,560,756 $ 5,733,388 $ 9,970,549 JAMES TILLMAN ELEMENTARY MAGNET SCHOOL NS PW 41 521 548 51 45 88.50365 174.6 $ 7,513 722.6 $ 5,698 $ 4,117,124 $ 3,122,314 $ 5,428,894 ROCK ISLAND ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 6 3701 601 66 69 88.313856 191.07586 $ 7,279 792.07586 $ 5,523 $ 4,374,679 $ 3,319,356 $ 5,765,520 NORTH GLADE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 13 3861 573 66 67 88.15331 181.84265 $ 8,781 754.84265 $ 6,666 $ 5,031,513 $ 3,819,414 $ 6,628,273 ANNIE R. MORGAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 16 211 462 54 39 88.095238 146.52 $ 6,876 608.52 $ 5,220 $ 3,176,712 $ 2,411,820 $ 4,184,184 WINSTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 53 1251 613 55 50 87.96748 194.12663 $ 6,041 807.12663 $ 4,588 $ 3,703,133 $ 2,812,471 $ 4,875,852 NORTH SIDE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 6 41 536 55 56 87.901701 169.61512 $ 7,361 705.61512 $ 5,592 $ 3,945,496 $ 2,997,081 $ 5,194,033 PARK RIDGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 6 1951 513 46 58 87.809524 162.16663 $ 6,524 675.16663 $ 4,957 $ 3,346,812 $ 2,542,949 $ 4,404,787 GREENSBORO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 20 141 435 50 49 87.759815 137.43187 $ 5,530 572.43187 $ 4,202 $ 2,405,550 $ 1,828,015 $ 3,165,548 BURNEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 641 446 52 51 87.755102 140.89959 $ 6,921 586.89959 $ 5,259 $ 3,086,766 $ 2,345,712 $ 4,061,932

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185 W. A. METCALFE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 1 101 423 41 35 87.703016 133.55415 $ 8,310 556.55415 $ 6,316 $ 3,515,130 $ 2,671,618 $ 4,624,965 CLAIR MEL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 841 790 56 46 87.688442 249.38593 $ 6,131 1039.3859 $ 4,660 $ 4,843,490 $ 3,681,363 $ 6,372,475 NAVY POINT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 17 381 387 58 51 87.531172 121.94843 $ 6,250 508.94843 $ 4,752 $ 2,418,750 $ 1,839,197 $ 3,180,928 BELVEDERE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 50 531 564 75 72 87.522282 177.70524 $ 7,007 741.70524 $ 5,328 $ 3,951,948 $ 3,005,100 $ 5,197,129 SADLER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 48 1261 886 68 61 87.486279 279.04623 $ 7,880 1165.0462 $ 5,993 $ 6,981,680 $ 5,309,462 $ 9,180,564 LANCASTER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 48 851 964 65 61 87.383661 303.25626 $ 7,177 1267.2563 $ 5,460 $ 6,918,628 $ 5,262,990 $ 9,095,098 KENLY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 2201 499 57 63 86.815416 155.95521 $ 6,035 654.95521 $ 4,598 $ 3,011,465 $ 2,294,387 $ 3,952,655 FULFORD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 13 2081 717 64 67 86.433566 223.10232 $ 7,740 940.10232 $ 5,903 $ 5,549,580 $ 4,232,570 $ 7,276,392 BOWLING GREEN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 25 41 420 69 61 86.30137 130.48767 $ 6,502 550.48767 $ 4,961 $ 2,730,840 $ 2,083,521 $ 3,579,271 DOVER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 1201 866 65 66 86.295503 269.03486 $ 6,047 1135.0349 $ 4,614 $ 5,236,702 $ 3,995,458 $ 6,863,556 ORIOLE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 6 1831 773 50 56 86.125654 239.67047 $ 5,789 1012.6705 $ 4,419 $ 4,474,897 $ 3,415,815 $ 5,862,349 BISCAYNE GARDENS ELEMENTARY NS PW 13 361 916 51 41 85.839737 283.06512 $ 7,755 1199.0651 $ 5,924 $ 7,103,580 $ 5,426,627 $ 9,298,750 ST. JOHNS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 20 191 353 63 58 85.835694 109.08 $ 6,094 462.08 $ 4,655 $ 2,151,182 $ 1,643,367 $ 2,815,916 RUSKIN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 3841 1014 58 58 85.780669 313.13375 $ 5,647 1327.1338 $ 4,315 $ 5,726,058 $ 4,375,010 $ 7,494,324 BROWARD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 441 525 60 54 85.629921 161.84055 $ 5,833 686.84055 $ 4,459 $ 3,062,325 $ 2,340,748 $ 4,006,341 KINLOCH PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 13 2781 880 65 60 85.618729 271.24013 $ 8,212 1151.2401 $ 6,277 $ 7,226,560 $ 5,523,933 $ 9,453,984

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186 CRESTWOOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 1021 1012 69 63 85.530228 311.60373 $ 5,947 1323.6037 $ 4,547 $ 6,018,364 $ 4,601,516 $ 7,871,471 EDGEWATER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 17 251 368 65 59 85.434174 113.18319 $ 6,172 481.18319 $ 4,720 $ 2,271,296 $ 1,737,045 $ 2,969,863 KINGSFORD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 53 1151 504 72 76 85.333333 154.8288 $ 6,779 658.8288 $ 5,186 $ 3,416,616 $ 2,613,690 $ 4,466,200 ENGELWOOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 48 681 511 63 57 85.249042 156.82414 $ 7,963 667.82414 $ 6,093 $ 4,069,093 $ 3,113,554 $ 5,317,884 ROBERT RUSSA MOTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 13 3541 656 56 50 85.214626 201.24286 $ 8,724 857.24286 $ 6,676 $ 5,722,944 $ 4,379,449 $ 7,478,587 JUSTINA ROAD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 16 2151 352 46 43 85.082873 107.81702 $ 8,912 459.81702 $ 6,822 $ 3,137,024 $ 2,401,461 $ 4,097,889 GALAXY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 50 821 512 49 47 85.037879 156.74182 $ 6,430 668.74182 $ 4,923 $ 3,292,160 $ 2,520,533 $ 4,300,010 DUNDEE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 53 1781 543 51 59 84.990958 166.14033 $ 6,193 709.14033 $ 4,742 $ 3,362,799 $ 2,574,949 $ 4,391,706 HIALEAH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 13 2361 892 68 71 84.946237 272.77935 $ 7,843 1164.7794 $ 6,006 $ 6,995,956 $ 5,357,575 $ 9,135,364 DILLARD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 6 271 809 50 67 84.745763 246.81356 $ 5,826 1055.8136 $ 4,464 $ 4,713,234 $ 3,611,439 $ 6,151,170 WEST OAKS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 48 253 752 59 56 84.705882 229.31576 $ 6,057 981.31576 $ 4,642 $ 4,554,864 $ 3,490,475 $ 5,943,830 NORTH LAUDERDALE ELEMENTARY NS PW 6 2231 987 56 64 84.686536 300.9082 $ 6,063 1287.9082 $ 4,646 $ 5,984,181 $ 4,586,031 $ 7,808,587 LARKDALE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 6 621 489 39 52 84.493042 148.74155 $ 6,868 637.74155 $ 5,266 $ 3,358,452 $ 2,575,155 $ 4,380,009 ST. LUCIE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 56 71 820 54 48 84.455324 249.31212 $ 6,831 1069.3121 $ 5,238 $ 5,601,420 $ 4,295,438 $ 7,304,471 BRYAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 521 870 68 64 84.40367 264.35229 $ 5,539 1134.3523 $ 4,248 $ 4,818,930 $ 3,695,915 $ 6,283,177

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187 PALM TERRACE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 64 2451 645 68 48 84.36019 195.88436 $ 6,535 840.88436 $ 5,013 $ 4,215,075 $ 3,233,172 $ 5,495,179 COMBEE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 53 91 665 62 61 84.356725 201.95 $ 6,615 866.95 $ 5,074 $ 4,398,975 $ 3,374,264 $ 5,734,874 HIAWASSEE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 48 881 725 61 47 84.303112 220.03112 $ 6,101 945.03112 $ 4,681 $ 4,423,225 $ 3,393,368 $ 5,765,635 SUNLAND PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 6 611 490 35 32 84.27673 148.66415 $ 7,085 638.66415 $ 5,436 $ 3,471,650 $ 2,663,542 $ 4,524,936 TILDENVILLE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 48 361 635 66 64 84.260731 192.62003 $ 8,738 827.62003 $ 6,704 $ 5,548,630 $ 4,257,244 $ 7,231,744 HALLANDALE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 6 131 1242 74 84 84.109149 376.06883 $ 6,217 1618.0688 $ 4,772 $ 7,721,514 $ 5,926,893 $ 10,059,534 GIBSONTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 1601 766 50 50 83.9599 231.52782 $ 5,583 997.52782 $ 4,287 $ 4,276,578 $ 3,283,977 $ 5,569,198 FRANCES WAKELAND ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 41 571 392 45 51 83.684211 118.09516 $ 8,181 510.09516 $ 6,287 $ 3,206,952 $ 2,464,492 $ 4,173,088 CAHOON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 681 402 63 64 83.678756 121.0999 $ 8,508 523.0999 $ 6,538 $ 3,420,216 $ 2,628,421 $ 4,450,534 LOVELL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 48 821 764 64 65 83.378016 229.3229 $ 5,807 993.3229 $ 4,466 $ 4,436,548 $ 3,412,307 $ 5,768,226 PINEVIEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 37 311 560 61 68 83.304042 167.94095 $ 6,205 727.94095 $ 4,773 $ 3,474,800 $ 2,673,140 $ 4,516,874 LAKE STEVENS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 13 2801 500 56 59 83.300199 149.94036 $ 8,927 649.94036 $ 6,868 $ 4,463,500 $ 3,433,777 $ 5,802,018 FESSENDEN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 42 211 497 65 65 83.166333 148.8012 $ 7,291 645.8012 $ 5,611 $ 3,623,627 $ 2,788,695 $ 4,708,537 KISSIMMEE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 49 42 1092 66 59 83.107498 326.7122 $ 6,266 1418.7122 $ 4,823 $ 6,842,472 $ 5,266,734 $ 8,889,651

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188 ANDREW A. ROBINSON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 16 2621 836 59 44 82.894737 249.48 $ 7,010 1085.48 $ 5,399 $ 5,860,360 $ 4,513,451 $ 7,609,215 INWOOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 53 611 459 72 66 82.881002 136.95257 $ 6,136 595.95257 $ 4,726 $ 2,816,424 $ 2,169,197 $ 3,656,765 TEDDER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 6 571 685 60 69 82.823872 204.24367 $ 6,299 889.24367 $ 4,852 $ 4,314,815 $ 3,323,778 $ 5,601,346 GREENACRES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 50 631 618 72 81 82.62987 183.83494 $ 6,340 801.83494 $ 4,886 $ 3,918,120 $ 3,019,821 $ 5,083,633 RAY V POTTORF ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 36 162 759 64 56 82.451253 225.28981 $ 6,794 984.28981 $ 5,239 $ 5,156,646 $ 3,976,364 $ 6,687,265 ROSEMONT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 48 1271 956 55 47 82.310094 283.27842 $ 6,430 1239.2784 $ 4,960 $ 6,147,080 $ 4,741,960 $ 7,968,560 SOUTH MIAMI HEIGHTS ELEMENTARY NS PW 13 5281 758 70 60 82.161458 224.20219 $ 7,638 982.20219 $ 5,895 $ 5,789,604 $ 4,468,041 $ 7,502,060 THREE POINTS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 48 215 789 75 66 82.129278 233.28 $ 6,193 1022.28 $ 4,780 $ 4,886,277 $ 3,771,249 $ 6,330,980 HIGH POINT ELEMEN TARY SCHOOL NS PW 52 1811 579 66 68 82.02847 170.98014 $ 7,149 749.98014 $ 5,519 $ 4,139,271 $ 3,195,602 $ 5,361,608 TRAPNELL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 4481 568 64 70 81.879195 167.42658 $ 6,237 735.42658 $ 4,817 $ 3,542,616 $ 2,736,107 $ 4,586,856 ALEXANDER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 81 614 70 79 81.832298 180.88211 $ 6,591 794.88211 $ 5,091 $ 4,046,874 $ 3,125,974 $ 5,239,068 NORLAND ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 13 3701 739 66 53 81.754875 217.50067 $ 8,934 956.50067 $ 6,902 $ 6,602,226 $ 5,100,932 $ 8,545,377 WINEGARD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 48 1171 662 75 70 81.651376 194.59156 $ 7,119 856.59156 $ 5,502 $ 4,712,778 $ 3,642,178 $ 6,098,075 CASTLE HILL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 6 1461 793 62 58 81.426814 232.45727 $ 6,642 1025.4573 $ 5,136 $ 5,267,106 $ 4,073,124 $ 6,811,087 LOCKHART ELEMENTARY MAGNET SCHOOL NS PW 29 962 472 65 58 81.276596 138.10519 $ 7,104 610.10519 $ 5,496 $ 3,353,088 $ 2,594,073 $ 4,334,187

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189 EGRET LAKE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 50 2101 491 59 64 81.223629 143.57089 $ 6,703 634.57089 $ 5,186 $ 3,291,173 $ 2,546,549 $ 4,253,529 BOGGY CREEK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 49 401 892 65 53 81.201335 260.75373 $ 6,082 1152.7537 $ 4,706 $ 5,425,144 $ 4,197,973 $ 7,011,048 PLUMOSA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 50 871 374 56 55 80.952381 108.99429 $ 7,418 482.99429 $ 5,744 $ 2,774,332 $ 2,148,266 $ 3,582,852 H. G. BROWN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 19 101 224 69 60 80.751174 65.117746 $ 8,657 289.11775 $ 6,707 $ 1,939,168 $ 1,502,411 $ 2,502,892 LANIER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 2361 399 71 58 80.75 115.9893 $ 7,790 514.9893 $ 6,035 $ 3,108,210 $ 2,408,158 $ 4,011,767 BROWARD ESTATES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 6 501 690 61 61 80.603448 200.21897 $ 6,519 890.21897 $ 5,053 $ 4,498,110 $ 3,486,441 $ 5,803,337 SANDHILL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 53 341 955 58 47 80.555556 276.95 $ 5,320 1231.95 $ 4,124 $ 5,080,600 $ 3,938,450 $ 6,553,974 MEADOWBROOK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 6 761 647 63 74 80.465116 187.41935 $ 5,574 834.41935 $ 4,322 $ 3,606,378 $ 2,796,348 $ 4,651,053 MENDENHALL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 2961 643 73 64 80.465116 186.26065 $ 6,035 829.26065 $ 4,679 $ 3,880,505 $ 3,008,903 $ 5,004,588 EAGLE'S NEST ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 48 236 675 62 60 80.428135 195.44037 $ 6,803 870.44037 $ 5,276 $ 4,592,025 $ 3,560,976 $ 5,921,606 MELLON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 54 91 478 70 60 80.375783 138.31065 $ 5,659 616.31065 $ 4,389 $ 2,705,002 $ 2,097,953 $ 3,487,702 NOCATEE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 14 181 659 62 57 80.291971 190.48467 $ 6,749 849.48467 $ 5,236 $ 4,447,591 $ 3,450,283 $ 5,733,172 PASCO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 51 61 708 68 57 80.252101 204.54655 $ 7,541 912.54655 $ 5,851 $ 5,339,028 $ 4,142,289 $ 6,881,514 WHITE CITY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 56 31 560 60 58 80.251346 161.78671 $ 6,452 721.78671 $ 5,006 $ 3,613,120 $ 2,803,248 $ 4,656,968 COLLEGE PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 42 651 651 67 68 80.248834 188.07117 $ 6,814 839.07117 $ 5,287 $ 4,435,914 $ 3,441,639 $ 5,717,431

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190 PIERSON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 64 4831 488 64 54 80.040733 140.61556 $ 6,840 628.61556 $ 5,310 $ 3,337,920 $ 2,591,258 $ 4,299,730 RIVERBREEZE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 54 351 484 67 58 79.795918 139.03641 $ 5,934 623.03641 $ 4,610 $ 2,872,056 $ 2,231,130 $ 3,697,098 ZELLWOOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 48 461 610 72 65 79.740681 175.11053 $ 6,280 785.11053 $ 4,879 $ 3,830,800 $ 2,976,381 $ 4,930,494 AZALEA PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 48 611 987 72 64 79.489696 282.44279 $ 6,940 1269.4428 $ 5,396 $ 6,849,780 $ 5,325,748 $ 8,809,933 COLBERT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 6 231 675 58 67 79.483283 193.14438 $ 7,037 868.14438 $ 5,471 $ 4,749,975 $ 3,693,203 $ 6,109,132 TANGELO PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 48 811 426 70 64 79.318735 121.64321 $ 6,690 547.64321 $ 5,204 $ 2,849,940 $ 2,216,908 $ 3,663,733 FERN CREEK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 48 181 424 74 76 79.227053 120.93217 $ 8,162 544.93217 $ 6,351 $ 3,460,688 $ 2,692,687 $ 4,447,736 INDIAN PINES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 50 1861 899 66 71 79.20354 256.33434 $ 5,879 1155.3343 $ 4,575 $ 5,285,221 $ 4,112,588 $ 6,792,211 CHARLES DREW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 6 3221 602 52 67 79.111842 171.45118 $ 6,637 773.45118 $ 5,166 $ 3,995,474 $ 3,109,796 $ 5,133,396 MIDWAY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 59 301 409 65 59 79.086538 116.44702 $ 7,567 525.44702 $ 5,890 $ 3,094,903 $ 2,409,026 $ 3,976,058 THONOTOSASSA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 4361 423 55 54 78.922717 120.18351 $ 6,480 543.18351 $ 5,046 $ 2,741,040 $ 2,134,564 $ 3,519,829 WATKINS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 6 511 753 59 62 78.755074 213.48926 $ 6,595 966.48926 $ 5,138 $ 4,966,035 $ 3,869,080 $ 6,373,997 COLONIAL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 36 781 812 58 56 78.686493 230.01636 $ 7,175 1042.0164 $ 5,591 $ 5,826,100 $ 4,540,037 $ 7,476,467 NORTH SUMTER INTERMEDIATE NS PW 60 102 252 67 59 78.544061 71.255172 $ 9,152 323.25517 $ 7,135 $ 2,306,304 $ 1,797,925 $ 2,958,431 HIBISCUS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 13 2401 577 64 65 78.521127 163.10408 $ 7,594 740.10408 $ 5,920 $ 4,381,738 $ 3,416,091 $ 5,620,350

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191 DIXIELAND ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 53 131 476 74 75 78.305785 134.18479 $ 6,395 610.18479 $ 4,989 $ 3,044,020 $ 2,374,614 $ 3,902,132 MELALEUCA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 50 1441 960 65 60 78.301887 270.61132 $ 5,496 1230.6113 $ 4,287 $ 5,276,160 $ 4,115,933 $ 6,763,440 SEVENTY FOURTH ST. ELEMENTARY NS PW 52 3961 556 56 52 78.291815 156.7089 $ 6,658 712.7089 $ 5,194 $ 3,701,848 $ 2,887,894 $ 4,745,216 CEDAR GROVE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 3 91 558 73 61 78.07971 156.84652 $ 7,587 714.84652 $ 5,922 $ 4,233,546 $ 3,304,652 $ 5,423,541 RAMONA BOULEVARD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 16 791 555 60 37 77.992958 155.82993 $ 6,744 710.82993 $ 5,266 $ 3,742,920 $ 2,922,388 $ 4,793,837 ONECO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 41 261 701 60 66 77.903683 196.59773 $ 6,993 897.59773 $ 5,461 $ 4,902,093 $ 3,828,404 $ 6,276,901 HILLTOP ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 25 11 443 67 65 77.822581 124.11145 $ 5,976 567.11145 $ 4,668 $ 2,647,368 $ 2,067,996 $ 3,389,058 VILLAGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 6 1621 944 62 71 77.777778 264.32 $ 6,872 1208.32 $ 5,369 $ 6,487,168 $ 5,068,100 $ 8,303,575 EISENHOWER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 52 1131 721 71 70 77.716644 201.72132 $ 7,299 922.72132 $ 5,703 $ 5,262,579 $ 4,112,097 $ 6,734,943 CHENEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 48 711 669 68 65 77.678571 187.08107 $ 6,826 856.08107 $ 5,334 $ 4,566,594 $ 3,568,647 $ 5,843,609 ORANGE RIVER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 36 321 856 69 64 77.534562 238.93051 $ 5,609 1094.9305 $ 4,385 $ 4,801,304 $ 3,753,586 $ 6,141,465 BALLARD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 41 51 530 64 72 77.532228 147.93149 $ 6,239 677.93149 $ 4,878 $ 3,306,670 $ 2,585,121 $ 4,229,615 LENA VISTA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 53 841 769 67 66 77.328431 214.07603 $ 6,072 983.07603 $ 4,750 $ 4,669,368 $ 3,652,560 $ 5,969,238 FRED WILD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 28 81 757 74 64 77.213542 210.42234 $ 6,319 967.42234 $ 4,945 $ 4,783,483 $ 3,743,036 $ 6,113,142 WALDO COMMUNITY SCHOOL NS PW 1 291 228 66 57 77.06422 63.254312 $ 7,212 291.25431 $ 5,646 $ 1,644,336 $ 1,287,221 $ 2,100,526 SOUTH WARD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 52 4281 292 64 64 77.054795 81 $ 8,435 373 $ 6,603 $ 2,463,020 $ 1,928,155 $ 3,146,255

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192 SILVER BLUFF ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 13 5041 634 69 63 76.948052 175.62623 $ 9,061 809.62623 $ 7,095 $ 5,744,674 $ 4,498,524 $ 7,336,023 RIVERLAND ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 6 151 638 68 67 76.923077 176.67692 $ 7,261 814.67692 $ 5,686 $ 4,632,518 $ 3,627,876 $ 5,915,369 CRESTHAVEN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 6 901 672 74 80 76.676829 185.49659 $ 5,749 857.49659 $ 4,505 $ 3,863,328 $ 3,027,600 $ 4,929,748 LEWIS ANNA WOODBURY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 53 802 673 73 71 76.666667 185.748 $ 6,570 858.748 $ 5,149 $ 4,421,610 $ 3,465,212 $ 5,641,974 LAKE GEM ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 48 241 794 74 62 76.654182 219.10831 $ 5,474 1013.1083 $ 4,290 $ 4,346,356 $ 3,406,355 $ 5,545,755 PURCELL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 53 1141 529 66 59 76.515152 145.71545 $ 6,418 674.71545 $ 5,032 $ 3,395,122 $ 2,661,892 $ 4,330,324 DANIA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 6 101 555 62 69 76.491863 152.83074 $ 7,808 707.83074 $ 6,122 $ 4,333,440 $ 3,397,789 $ 5,526,742 WILLIAM S. MAXEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 48 1321 294 71 70 76.470588 80.936471 $ 8,606 374.93647 $ 6,748 $ 2,530,164 $ 1,983,985 $ 3,226,703 MEADOW WOODS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 48 1041 831 71 63 76.325524 228.33544 $ 6,532 1059.3354 $ 5,124 $ 5,428,092 $ 4,258,089 $ 6,919,579 RIVERHILLS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 3621 511 58 59 76.219512 140.21341 $ 6,009 651.21341 $ 4,715 $ 3,070,599 $ 2,409,465 $ 3,913,141 MEMORIAL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 14 81 939 63 55 76.124197 257.33024 $ 6,505 1196.3302 $ 5,106 $ 6,108,195 $ 4,794,324 $ 7,782,128 BLUE LAKE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 64 621 650 73 78 76.100629 178.07547 $ 5,592 828.07547 $ 4,389 $ 3,634,800 $ 2,853,146 $ 4,630,598 COUNTRY OAKS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 26 191 825 69 66 76.081731 225.96274 $ 7,814 1050.9627 $ 6,134 $ 6,446,550 $ 5,060,506 $ 8,212,223 PALM LAKES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 13 4241 927 74 70 76.068376 253.85538 $ 8,140 1180.8554 $ 6,390 $ 7,545,780 $ 5,923,620 $ 9,612,163 AVOCADO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 13 161 1121 71 69 76.065277 306.96903 $ 8,227 1427.969 $ 6,458 $ 9,222,467 $ 7,239,923 $ 11,747,901

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193 BLANTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 52 391 616 63 72 76.058632 168.66762 $ 7,891 784.66762 $ 6,195 $ 4,860,856 $ 3,815,994 $ 6,191,812 LAWNWOOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 56 61 736 74 72 75.63249 200.39585 $ 6,605 936.39585 $ 5,191 $ 4,861,280 $ 3,820,929 $ 6,184,895 GULF HIGHLANDS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 51 83 600 68 47 75.409836 162.88525 $ 6,549 762.88525 $ 5,151 $ 3,929,400 $ 3,090,425 $ 4,996,135 RICHEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 51 271 719 73 62 75.322812 194.96557 $ 6,558 913.96557 $ 5,159 $ 4,715,202 $ 3,709,363 $ 5,993,786 GOLDEN GATE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 11 231 880 60 59 75.168539 238.13393 $ 7,893 1118.1339 $ 6,212 $ 6,945,840 $ 5,466,554 $ 8,825,431 MAXIMO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 52 2281 684 61 59 75.11592 184.96544 $ 7,714 868.96544 $ 6,072 $ 5,276,376 $ 4,153,262 $ 6,703,199 MADIE IVES COMMUNITY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 13 2581 1110 74 71 75.089286 300.05679 $ 6,947 1410.0568 $ 5,469 $ 7,711,170 $ 6,070,251 $ 9,795,664 WEATHERBEE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 56 40 626 57 44 75.039246 169.10845 $ 5,592 795.10845 $ 4,403 $ 3,500,592 $ 2,756,065 $ 4,446,246 BROADVIEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 6 811 881 74 76 74.94382 237.69182 $ 6,335 1118.6918 $ 4,989 $ 5,581,135 $ 4,395,294 $ 7,086,913 CHIARAMONTE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 771 353 74 75 74.934037 95.226174 $ 7,495 448.22617 $ 5,903 $ 2,645,735 $ 2,083,646 $ 3,359,455 GRACEVILLE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 32 301 341 69 72 74.927114 91.980525 $ 5,846 432.98052 $ 4,604 $ 1,993,486 $ 1,569,998 $ 2,531,204 LANTANA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 50 751 535 69 67 74.907749 144.27232 $ 6,664 679.27232 $ 5,249 $ 3,565,240 $ 2,808,010 $ 4,526,671 BELLVIEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 17 51 750 72 66 74.899329 202.22819 $ 5,650 952.22819 $ 4,450 $ 4,237,500 $ 3,337,567 $ 5,380,089 POLK CITY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 53 881 605 72 61 74.629325 162.54267 $ 5,958 767.54267 $ 4,696 $ 3,604,590 $ 2,841,245 $ 4,573,019 PINE CREST ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 59 141 875 62 56 74.482759 234.62069 $ 6,110 1109.6207 $ 4,818 $ 5,346,250 $ 4,215,827 $ 6,779,782

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194 CYPRESS PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 48 741 405 61 57 74.384236 108.45222 $ 6,006 513.45222 $ 4,737 $ 2,432,430 $ 1,918,648 $ 3,083,794 EVERGREEN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 42 581 766 68 69 74.304636 204.90246 $ 6,635 970.90246 $ 5,235 $ 5,082,410 $ 4,009,801 $ 6,441,938 MANGO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 2721 671 63 60 74.294205 179.46508 $ 5,569 850.46508 $ 4,394 $ 3,736,799 $ 2,948,260 $ 4,736,240 LAKE SHIPP ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 53 621 547 71 66 74.253731 146.22045 $ 6,757 693.22045 $ 5,332 $ 3,696,079 $ 2,916,468 $ 4,684,091 CROSSPOINTE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 50 2731 787 66 60 73.989899 209.62818 $ 6,795 996.62818 $ 5,366 $ 5,347,665 $ 4,222,851 $ 6,772,088 PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 28 61 679 65 60 73.943662 180.74789 $ 6,347 859.74789 $ 5,013 $ 4,309,613 $ 3,403,588 $ 5,456,820 OCHWILLA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 54 341 484 74 67 73.921971 128.80164 $ 5,713 612.80164 $ 4,512 $ 2,765,092 $ 2,183,911 $ 3,500,936 HYDE GROVE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 16 2141 550 54 62 73.920863 146.36331 $ 7,246 696.36331 $ 5,723 $ 3,985,300 $ 3,147,660 $ 5,045,849 PLANTATION ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 6 941 762 60 64 73.846154 202.57477 $ 6,390 964.57477 $ 5,048 $ 4,869,180 $ 3,846,581 $ 6,163,633 GAUSE RIVERSIDE ACADEMY NS PW 53 1492 74 44 46 73.684211 19.629474 $ 8,704 93.629474 $ 6,879 $ 644,096 $ 509,061 $ 814,951 WYOMINA PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 42 431 607 75 62 73.684211 161.01474 $ 6,414 768.01474 $ 5,069 $ 3,893,298 $ 3,077,066 $ 4,926,047 CHESTNUT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 49 957 1144 64 50 73.62543 303.21897 $ 5,782 1447.219 $ 4,571 $ 6,614,608 $ 5,228,726 $ 8,367,820 SPRINGHEAD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 4161 853 74 74 73.623853 226.08413 $ 5,409 1079.0841 $ 4,276 $ 4,613,877 $ 3,647,201 $ 5,836,766 CRESTVIEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 13 1161 885 70 63 73.582766 234.43469 $ 7,078 1119.4347 $ 5,596 $ 6,264,030 $ 4,952,202 $ 7,923,359 RUEDIGER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 37 91 571 74 68 73.4375 150.95813 $ 6,599 721.95813 $ 5,219 $ 3,768,029 $ 2,980,151 $ 4,764,202 PIZZO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 3381 850 67 67 73.37963 224.54167 $ 5,402 1074.5417 $ 4,273 $ 4,591,700 $ 3,632,195 $ 5,804,674

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195 HOLLY HILL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 64 2721 649 69 61 73.343606 171.36 $ 5,704 820.36 $ 4,513 $ 3,701,896 $ 2,928,630 $ 4,679,333 PICKETT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 16 2051 281 53 43 73.188406 74.037391 $ 8,363 355.03739 $ 6,619 $ 2,350,003 $ 1,859,947 $ 2,969,178 JACKSON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 2041 565 67 65 73.157895 148.80316 $ 5,671 713.80316 $ 4,489 $ 3,204,115 $ 2,536,168 $ 4,047,978 ARLINGTON HEIGHTS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 16 2401 582 63 59 73.063973 153.08364 $ 7,568 735.08364 $ 5,992 $ 4,404,576 $ 3,487,308 $ 5,563,113 HAMILTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 59 21 818 63 60 72.94686 214.81391 $ 6,365 1032.8139 $ 5,041 $ 5,206,570 $ 4,123,661 $ 6,573,861 WYNDHAM LAKES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 48 1741 909 68 61 72.941176 238.69271 $ 5,387 1147.6927 $ 4,267 $ 4,896,783 $ 3,878,369 $ 6,182,621 APOPKA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 48 1282 453 71 52 72.933884 118.94058 $ 6,625 571.94058 $ 5,247 $ 3,001,125 $ 2,377,012 $ 3,789,106 KILLARNEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 48 311 507 74 70 72.920696 133.09485 $ 6,217 640.09485 $ 4,924 $ 3,152,019 $ 2,496,620 $ 3,979,470 BELLEAIR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 52 371 535 64 55 72.916667 140.4375 $ 8,367 675.4375 $ 6,627 $ 4,476,345 $ 3,545,620 $ 5,651,386 PARK LAKES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 6 3761 1163 49 58 72.727273 304.49455 $ 6,143 1467.4945 $ 4,868 $ 7,144,309 $ 5,661,916 $ 9,014,819 CROOKSHANK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 55 21 523 69 63 72.67658 136.83546 $ 7,473 659.83546 $ 5,923 $ 3,908,379 $ 3,097,867 $ 4,930,950 NORTH GRADE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 50 681 768 73 73 72.668394 200.91358 $ 6,404 968.91358 $ 5,076 $ 4,918,272 $ 3,898,421 $ 6,204,923 FOLSOM ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 1471 634 62 62 72.65625 165.83063 $ 6,235 799.83063 $ 4,942 $ 3,952,990 $ 3,133,408 $ 4,986,944 VERO BEACH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 31 161 509 75 66 72.568093 132.97377 $ 6,834 641.97377 $ 5,418 $ 3,478,506 $ 2,757,994 $ 4,387,249 PINE ESTATES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 16 2501 324 56 44 72.204473 84.219297 $ 7,804 408.2193 $ 6,194 $ 2,528,496 $ 2,006,845 $ 3,185,743

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196 MORROW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 6 2691 672 65 63 72.190202 174.64254 $ 6,964 846.64254 $ 5,527 $ 4,679,808 $ 3,714,473 $ 5,896,019 HEIGHTS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 36 421 686 68 69 72.138554 178.15337 $ 7,164 864.15337 $ 5,687 $ 4,914,504 $ 3,901,333 $ 6,190,795 LAKE ALFRED ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 53 651 599 69 78 72.041166 155.34957 $ 6,404 754.34957 $ 5,085 $ 3,835,996 $ 3,046,017 $ 4,830,855 BRONSON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 38 1011 686 75 66 71.843251 177.42409 $ 5,427 863.42409 $ 4,312 $ 3,722,922 $ 2,957,903 $ 4,685,803 MOORE HAVEN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 22 51 440 73 74 71.719457 113.60362 $ 7,535 553.60362 $ 5,989 $ 3,315,400 $ 2,635,055 $ 4,171,403 HARNS MARSH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 36 231 930 69 59 71.686108 240.00509 $ 5,719 1170.0051 $ 4,546 $ 5,318,670 $ 4,227,642 $ 6,691,259 DODGERTOWN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 31 151 584 66 52 71.649485 150.63588 $ 6,771 734.63588 $ 5,383 $ 3,954,264 $ 3,143,449 $ 4,974,220 ROBINSON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 3681 640 73 75 71.619614 165.01159 $ 6,371 805.01159 $ 5,065 $ 4,077,440 $ 3,241,645 $ 5,128,729 ANNABEL C. PERRY ELEMENTARY NS PW 6 1631 745 74 80 71.6 192.0312 $ 6,512 937.0312 $ 5,177 $ 4,851,440 $ 3,857,206 $ 6,101,947 SPARR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 42 381 411 73 59 71.571072 105.89656 $ 7,890 516.89656 $ 6,274 $ 3,242,790 $ 2,578,440 $ 4,078,314 LEE ELEMENTARY MAGNET SCHOOL NS PW 29 2401 405 73 73 71.465296 104.1964 $ 7,711 509.1964 $ 6,133 $ 3,122,955 $ 2,483,908 $ 3,926,413 VERNON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 67 151 558 70 71 71.45359 143.53597 $ 5,443 701.53597 $ 4,329 $ 3,037,194 $ 2,415,777 $ 3,818,460 MT. VERNON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 52 2531 462 72 80 71.27193 118.53947 $ 6,789 580.53947 $ 5,403 $ 3,136,518 $ 2,496,077 $ 3,941,282 MCDONALD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 2871 564 60 52 71.062271 144.28484 $ 5,808 708.28484 $ 4,625 $ 3,275,712 $ 2,608,416 $ 4,113,718 BEAR CREEK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 52 271 540 65 64 71.014493 138.05217 $ 7,145 678.05217 $ 5,690 $ 3,858,300 $ 3,072,746 $ 4,844,683 BERKSHIRE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 50 601 592 72 73 70.945946 151.2 $ 6,663 743.2 $ 5,307 $ 3,944,496 $ 3,142,010 $ 4,951,942

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197 FOREST HILL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 50 621 1183 68 65 70.938776 302.11406 $ 4,976 1485.1141 $ 3,964 $ 5,886,608 $ 4,689,106 $ 7,389,928 SOCRUM ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 53 1901 587 72 71 70.875421 149.77394 $ 6,043 736.77394 $ 4,815 $ 3,547,241 $ 2,826,146 $ 4,452,325 SPOOK HILL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 53 1371 460 66 64 70.194384 116.2419 $ 6,820 576.2419 $ 5,444 $ 3,137,200 $ 2,504,351 $ 3,929,970 CHASCO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 51 70 645 68 59 70.167428 162.92877 $ 7,144 807.92877 $ 5,703 $ 4,607,880 $ 3,678,644 $ 5,771,843 TYRONE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 52 4591 642 67 70 69.984686 161.74861 $ 7,628 803.74861 $ 6,093 $ 4,897,176 $ 3,911,655 $ 6,130,994 WOODVILLE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 37 131 475 73 61 69.747899 119.26891 $ 6,473 594.26891 $ 5,174 $ 3,074,675 $ 2,457,592 $ 3,846,703 MELROSE PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 12 71 528 74 61 69.407266 131.92933 $ 6,663 659.92933 $ 5,331 $ 3,518,064 $ 2,814,753 $ 4,397,109 WOODBRIDGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 4941 594 74 73 69.397993 148.40067 $ 5,971 742.40067 $ 4,777 $ 3,546,774 $ 2,837,799 $ 4,432,874 SUNRAY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 51 72 864 66 58 69.366197 215.75662 $ 6,511 1079.7566 $ 5,210 $ 5,625,504 $ 4,501,418 $ 7,030,295 OAKRIDGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 6 461 780 69 69 69.279393 194.53654 $ 7,150 974.53654 $ 5,723 $ 5,577,000 $ 4,463,722 $ 6,967,936 RIO VISTA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 52 3561 417 67 66 69.211196 103.89985 $ 8,029 520.89985 $ 6,428 $ 3,348,093 $ 2,680,275 $ 4,182,305 ELBERT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 53 591 635 72 66 69.195046 158.17988 $ 5,341 793.17988 $ 4,276 $ 3,391,535 $ 2,715,178 $ 4,236,374 DUNBAR ELEMENTARY MAGNET SCHOOL NS PW 29 1281 321 73 68 69.055375 79.800391 $ 6,511 400.80039 $ 5,215 $ 2,090,031 $ 1,673,900 $ 2,609,611 FAIRWAY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 6 1641 968 61 59 68.730964 239.51366 $ 5,814 1207.5137 $ 4,661 $ 5,627,952 $ 4,511,632 $ 7,020,484 LAKE COUNTRY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 28 31 559 68 73 68.556701 137.96351 $ 6,055 696.96351 $ 4,856 $ 3,384,745 $ 2,714,737 $ 4,220,114

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198 BELLAMY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 1776 813 72 71 68.210263 199.6378 $ 5,343 1012.6378 $ 4,290 $ 4,343,859 $ 3,487,483 $ 5,410,524 HYDE PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 16 771 481 69 57 68.14346 117.99722 $ 7,865 598.99722 $ 6,316 $ 3,783,065 $ 3,037,834 $ 4,711,113 IDYLWILD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 1 321 643 70 66 68.111455 157.6644 $ 5,798 800.6644 $ 4,656 $ 3,728,114 $ 2,993,985 $ 4,642,252 CHARLES DAVID WYCHE, JR ELEMENTARY S CHOOL NS PW 13 5991 1104 69 63 67.915905 269.92497 $ 7,640 1373.925 $ 6,139 $ 8,434,560 $ 6,777,484 $ 10,496,787 WEST RIVERSIDE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 16 121 403 52 65 67.758186 98.303577 $ 8,383 501.30358 $ 6,739 $ 3,378,349 $ 2,715,869 $ 4,202,428 SOUTH WOODS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 55 461 606 74 52 67.540984 147.34741 $ 6,924 753.34741 $ 5,570 $ 4,195,944 $ 3,375,258 $ 5,216,177 TRIANGLE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 35 521 686 66 75 67.507418 166.71632 $ 6,709 852.71632 $ 5,397 $ 4,602,374 $ 3,702,554 $ 5,720,874 FOX HOLLOW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 51 351 745 71 59 67.284768 180.45775 $ 7,106 925.45775 $ 5,720 $ 5,293,970 $ 4,261,683 $ 6,576,303 REDLAND ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 13 4581 1104 71 67 67.244526 267.25664 $ 6,917 1371.2566 $ 5,569 $ 7,636,368 $ 6,148,047 $ 9,484,982 WINDY HILL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 16 941 657 65 58 67.236025 159.02665 $ 6,493 816.02665 $ 5,228 $ 4,265,901 $ 3,434,565 $ 5,298,461 HUDSON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 51 301 837 65 53 66.705069 200.99571 $ 5,769 1037.9957 $ 4,652 $ 4,828,653 $ 3,893,641 $ 5,988,197 LIBERTY PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 50 1871 847 68 75 66.626506 203.15754 $ 6,117 1050.1575 $ 4,934 $ 5,181,099 $ 4,178,793 $ 6,423,814 EAGLE LAKE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 53 1701 578 72 62 66.610169 138.60244 $ 6,461 716.60244 $ 5,211 $ 3,734,458 $ 3,012,154 $ 4,629,968 EDGAR L. PADGETT ELEMENTARY NS PW 53 1451 655 69 71 66.310976 156.36128 $ 6,004 811.36128 $ 4,847 $ 3,932,620 $ 3,174,746 $ 4,871,413 LYNCH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 52 1421 593 70 73 66.009852 140.91783 $ 6,959 733.91783 $ 5,623 $ 4,126,687 $ 3,334,332 $ 5,107,334

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199 ARCHER COMMUNITY SCHOOL NS PW 1 171 347 73 63 65.915493 82.341634 $ 7,544 429.34163 $ 6,097 $ 2,617,768 $ 2,115,717 $ 3,238,953 LAKE COMO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 48 221 313 67 60 65.909091 74.266364 $ 6,447 387.26636 $ 5,211 $ 2,017,911 $ 1,630,935 $ 2,496,706 PALMVIEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 6 1131 676 55 64 65.835777 160.21795 $ 6,705 836.21795 $ 5,420 $ 4,532,580 $ 3,664,145 $ 5,606,841 FRIENDSHIP ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 64 6851 806 72 64 65.763547 190.81951 $ 5,076 996.81951 $ 4,104 $ 4,091,256 $ 3,308,074 $ 5,059,856 RIVER HALL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 36 93 687 68 59 65.543071 162.10112 $ 6,311 849.10112 $ 5,106 $ 4,335,657 $ 3,507,941 $ 5,358,677 H. S. MOODY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 41 601 678 67 60 65.350877 159.50842 $ 5,097 837.50842 $ 4,126 $ 3,455,766 $ 2,797,595 $ 4,268,780 MIAMI SHORES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 13 3341 793 70 66 65.075377 185.77719 $ 8,535 978.77719 $ 6,915 $ 6,768,255 $ 5,483,604 $ 8,353,863 THOMPSON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 31 181 419 60 46 64.859002 97.833319 $ 5,954 516.83332 $ 4,827 $ 2,494,726 $ 2,022,490 $ 3,077,226 MORGAN WOODS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 3101 549 75 74 64.579606 127.63513 $ 6,236 676.63513 $ 5,060 $ 3,423,564 $ 2,777,770 $ 4,219,497 RICHARD L. BROWN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 16 1481 690 65 52 64.516129 160.25806 $ 6,912 850.25806 $ 5,609 $ 4,769,280 $ 3,870,358 $ 5,876,984 PALM VIEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 41 281 621 68 55 64.495114 144.18528 $ 5,261 765.18528 $ 4,270 $ 3,267,081 $ 2,651,459 $ 4,025,640 GOLFVIEW ELEMENTARY MAGNET SCH NS PW 5 1071 602 72 68 64.484452 139.7507 $ 7,332 741.7507 $ 5,951 $ 4,413,864 $ 3,582,263 $ 5,438,516 APALACHEE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 37 441 741 75 64 64.200793 171.26203 $ 5,955 912.26203 $ 4,837 $ 4,412,655 $ 3,584,252 $ 5,432,520 KALEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 48 211 314 64 59 64.07767 72.433398 $ 7,997 386.4334 $ 6,498 $ 2,511,058 $ 2,040,383 $ 3,09 0,308 FERRY PASS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 17 291 679 69 63 64.053254 156.57178 $ 5,379 835.57178 $ 4,371 $ 3,652,341 $ 2,967,955 $ 4,494,541 FROST ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 70 788 62 58 63.832487 181.08 $ 5,005 969.08 $ 4,070 $ 3,943,940 $ 3,206,985 $ 4,850,245

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200 DIAMOND VIEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 50 3261 881 74 77 63.81798 202.40511 $ 6,423 1083.4051 $ 5,223 $ 5,658,663 $ 4,601,494 $ 6,958,711 GREGORY DRIVE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 16 2431 750 73 73 63.709677 172.01613 $ 5,510 922.01613 $ 4,482 $ 4,132,500 $ 3,361,519 $ 5,080,309 BELLEVIEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 42 91 690 71 66 63.532764 157.81538 $ 6,444 847.81538 $ 5,244 $ 4,446,360 $ 3,618,699 $ 5,463,322 TIMUCUAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 16 981 721 69 62 63.370474 164.4844 $ 6,595 885.4844 $ 5,370 $ 4,754,995 $ 3,871,724 $ 5,839,770 NORTHBORO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 50 291 801 69 75 63.037975 181.7763 $ 6,508 982.7763 $ 5,304 $ 5,212,908 $ 4,248,718 $ 6,395,908 DOVER SHORES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 48 781 680 73 71 62.811127 153.76164 $ 5,984 833.76164 $ 4,880 $ 4,069,120 $ 3,318,696 $ 4,989,230 WESTGATE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 52 4771 762 69 62 62.790698 172.24744 $ 6,046 934.24744 $ 4,931 $ 4,607,052 $ 3,757,649 $ 5,648,460 OAKLAND PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 6 31 650 67 70 62.48062 146.20465 $ 7,212 796.20465 $ 5,888 $ 4,687,800 $ 3,826,993 $ 5,742,228 STARKE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 4 51 583 71 66 62.478485 131.12985 $ 5,871 714.12985 $ 4,793 $ 3,422,793 $ 2,794,293 $ 4,192,656 DUNEDIN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 52 1071 572 72 72 62.391681 128.47695 $ 7,082 700.47695 $ 5,783 $ 4,050,904 $ 3,307,913 $ 4,960,778 MARIPOSA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 56 341 850 66 63 61.99095 189.69231 $ 5,791 1039.6923 $ 4,734 $ 4,922,350 $ 4,024,265 $ 6,020,858 UNIVERSITY PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 5 2051 593 70 68 61.780105 131.88817 $ 6,389 724.88817 $ 5,227 $ 3,788,677 $ 3,099,355 $ 4,631,311 LOCKHART ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 48 421 574 70 65 61.256545 126.58052 $ 5,987 700.58052 $ 4,905 $ 3,436,538 $ 2,815,626 $ 4,194,376 MEDULLA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 53 181 790 67 63 61.16129 173.94271 $ 5,535 963.94271 $ 4,536 $ 4,372,650 $ 3,583,609 $ 5,335,423 LOPEZ ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 2531 825 72 75 61.130742 181.5583 $ 5,147 1006.5583 $ 4,219 $ 4,246,275 $ 3,480,352 $ 5,180,756

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201 LOVE GROVE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 16 821 473 69 59 61.027837 103.9182 $ 9,089 576.9182 $ 7,452 $ 4,299,097 $ 3,524,716 $ 5,243,610 BARDMOOR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 52 131 607 73 66 61.024845 133.35149 $ 7,017 740.35149 $ 5,753 $ 4,259,319 $ 3,492,134 $ 5,195,046 MIRROR LAKES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 36 371 1066 71 66 60.97337 233.9914 $ 5,971 1299.9914 $ 4,896 $ 6,365,086 $ 5,219,405 $ 7,762,249 LELY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 11 381 845 70 57 60.788863 184.91972 $ 6,436 1029.9197 $ 5,280 $ 5,438,420 $ 4,461,964 $ 6,628,563 WOODLAND ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 51 132 984 75 71 60.510204 214.35135 $ 6,284 1198.3513 $ 5,160 $ 6,183,456 $ 5,077,410 $ 7,530,440 HOGAN SPRING GLEN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 16 641 462 67 65 60.39823 100.45434 $ 6,041 562.45434 $ 4,962 $ 2,790,942 $ 2,292,480 $ 3,397,787 WALSINGHAM ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 52 4701 676 69 71 60.291971 146.72654 $ 6,944 822.72654 $ 5,706 $ 4,694,144 $ 3,856,982 $ 5,713,013 GULFSIDE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 51 911 643 64 44 60.031596 138.96114 $ 6,517 781.96114 $ 5,359 $ 4,190,431 $ 3,445,756 $ 5,096,041 SUMMERFIELD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 4211 914 74 70 59.872611 197.00484 $ 5,036 1111.0048 $ 4,143 $ 4,602,904 $ 3,786,711 $ 5,595,020 BLACKBURN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 41 541 659 73 66 59.329446 140.75318 $ 5,311 799.75318 $ 4,376 $ 3,499,949 $ 2,883,973 $ 4,247,489 JACKSONVILLE HEIGHTS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 16 2291 888 64 46 59.060403 188.8043 $ 5,064 1076.8043 $ 4,176 $ 4,496,832 $ 3,708,368 $ 5,452,937 NORMANDY VILLAGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 16 2211 601 61 48 58.664547 126.92661 $ 6,014 727.92661 $ 4,965 $ 3,614,414 $ 2,984,178 $ 4,377,751 MIRAMAR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 6 531 865 72 80 58.419244 181.91753 $ 5,982 1046.9175 $ 4,943 $ 5,174,430 $ 4,275,296 $ 6,262,661 CHAIN OF LAKES ELE MENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 53 933 839 71 67 58.145065 175.62136 $ 5,175 1014.6214 $ 4,279 $ 4,341,825 $ 3,590,296 $ 5,250,666 MARJORIE KINNAN RAWLINGS ELEM NS PW 52 4351 662 72 74 57.934132 138.06862 $ 6,138 800.06862 $ 5,079 $ 4,063,356 $ 3,362,139 $ 4,910,821

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202 WATERBRIDGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 48 1051 990 71 64 57.900102 206.35596 $ 5,720 1196.356 $ 4,733 $ 5,662,800 $ 4,686,040 $ 6,843,156 CHOLEE LAKE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 50 2761 1138 71 67 57.866184 237.06618 $ 5,534 1375.0662 $ 4,580 $ 6,297,692 $ 5,211,948 $ 7,609,616 JOELLA GOOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 13 2181 1469 67 61 57.754386 305.42829 $ 7,066 1774.4283 $ 5,850 $ 10,379,954 $ 8,593,276 $ 12,538,110 SOUTHERN OAK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 52 6251 631 73 76 57.532051 130.68981 $ 6,842 761.68981 $ 5,668 $ 4,317,302 $ 3,576,545 $ 5,211,482 WILLISTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 38 231 498 75 74 57.48503 103.05916 $ 5,371 601.05916 $ 4,450 $ 2,674,758 $ 2,216,137 $ 3,228,289 SPRING HILL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 27 211 1033 66 63 57.019231 212.04312 $ 5,465 1245.0431 $ 4,534 $ 5,645,345 $ 4,683,887 $ 6,804,161 GLENALLEN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 58 461 875 75 69 56.43897 177.78275 $ 7,170 1052.7828 $ 5,959 $ 6,273,750 $ 5,214,306 $ 7,548,452 ROWLETT MAGNET ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 41 751 799 71 64 56.25 161.7975 $ 5,470 960.7975 $ 4,549 $ 4,370,530 $ 3,634,536 $ 5,255,562 GULF BEACHES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 52 1641 358 70 69 56.198347 72.42843 $ 7,751 430.42843 $ 6,447 $ 2,774,858 $ 2,307,931 $ 3,336,251 BELCHER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 52 321 659 70 73 56.112853 133.12213 $ 6,709 792.12213 $ 5,582 $ 4,421,231 $ 3,678,210 $ 5,314,347 WEWAHITCHKA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 23 22 428 75 65 55.319149 85.235745 $ 5,456 513.23574 $ 4,550 $ 2,335,168 $ 1,947,354 $ 2,800,214 SUN 'N LAKE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS NPW 28 291 885 74 74 54.915254 174.96 $ 5,145 1059.96 $ 4,296 $ 4,553,325 $ 3,801,740 $ 4,553,325 STIRLING ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS NPW 6 691 722 71 69 54.811715 142.46661 $ 6,235 864.46661 $ 5,207 $ 4,501,670 $ 3,759,782 $ 4,501,670 AZALEA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS NPW 52 111 599 73 74 54.146341 116.76117 $ 6,472 715.76117 $ 5,416 $ 3,876,728 $ 3,244,323 $ 3,876,728 ALACHUA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS NPW 1 161 429 69 68 53.755869 83.020563 $ 6,910 512.02056 $ 5,790 $ 2,964,390 $ 2,483,735 $ 2,964,390

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203 BOULEVARD HEIGHTS ELEMENTARY NS NPW 6 971 889 72 75 53.675613 171.78343 $ 5,918 1060.7834 $ 4,960 $ 5,261,102 $ 4,409,118 $ 5,261,102 SUSIE E. TOLBERT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS NPW 16 1281 405 65 56 53.634085 78.198496 $ 5,905 483.1985 $ 4,949 $ 2,391,525 $ 2,004,492 $ 2,391,525 OCEANWAY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS NPW 16 2701 641 71 61 53.470032 123.38744 $ 5,452 764.38744 $ 4,572 $ 3,494,732 $ 2,930,612 $ 3,494,732 DELTONA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS NPW 27 261 1010 74 69 53.417969 194.22773 $ 7,367 1204.2277 $ 6,179 $ 7,440,670 $ 6,240,578 $ 7,440,670 MYAKKA CITY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS NPW 41 231 433 71 63 53.363229 83.182601 $ 6,160 516.1826 $ 5,167 $ 2,667,280 $ 2,237,449 $ 2,667,280 SEA CASTLE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS NPW 6 2871 1046 73 73 53.294574 200.68605 $ 5,266 1246.686 $ 4,418 $ 5,508,236 $ 4,621,544 $ 5,508,236 MIRROR LAKE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS NPW 6 1841 621 70 71 53.246753 119.03844 $ 6,438 740.03844 $ 5,402 $ 3,997,998 $ 3,354,902 $ 3,997,998 TAVARES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS NPW 35 551 726 68 71 53.116531 138.82537 $ 5,884 864.82537 $ 4,939 $ 4,271,784 $ 3,586,059 $ 4,271,784 PALM COVE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS NPW 6 3311 1031 73 76 52.413127 194.53656 $ 5,235 1225.5366 $ 4,404 $ 5,397,285 $ 4,540,542 $ 5,397,285 SEBASTIAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS NPW 31 191 578 72 71 51.13438 106.40042 $ 6,201 684.40042 $ 5,237 $ 3,584,178 $ 3,026,963 $ 3,584,178 ORTEGA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS NPW 16 161 349 70 56 50.588235 63.559059 $ 6,364 412.55906 $ 5,384 $ 2,221,036 $ 1,878,862 $ 2,221,036 SOUTHWOOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS NPW 48 1341 849 74 65 50.519031 154.40637 $ 5,577 1003.4064 $ 4,719 $ 4,734,873 $ 4,006,260 $ 4,734,873 TREASURE COAST ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS NPW 31 341 673 70 60 50.070323 121.31038 $ 5,514 794.31038 $ 4,672 $ 3,710,922 $ 3,144,175 $ 3,710,922 ESTATES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS NPW 11 511 720 74 66 50 129.6 $ 6,806 849.6 $ 5,768 $ 4,900,320 $ 4,152,814 $ 4,900,320 DINSMORE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS NPW 16 451 532 64 60 48.056537 92.03788 $ 5,652 624.03788 $ 4,818 $ 3,006,864 $ 2,563,389 $ 3,006,864

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204 LAKE LUCINA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS NPW 16 851 510 63 60 45.983936 84.426506 $ 5,514 594.42651 $ 4,731 $ 2,812,140 $ 2,412,731 $ 2,812,140 DOBY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS NPW 29 72 386 73 68 45.477387 63.195377 $ 6,393 449.19538 $ 5,494 $ 2,467,698 $ 2,120,528 $ 2,467,698 PINE RIDGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS NPW 35 591 1273 72 58 42.868157 196.45619 $ 6,280 1469.4562 $ 5,440 $ 7,994,440 $ 6,925,638 $ 7,994,440 SEVEN SPRINGS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS NPW 51 411 705 74 62 42.450142 107.73846 $ 5,939 812.73846 $ 5,152 $ 4,186,995 $ 3,631,957 $ 4,186,995 MARGATE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS NPW 6 1161 1027 71 75 41.966894 155.16 $ 5,262 1182.16 $ 4,571 $ 5,404,074 $ 4,694,782 $ 5,404,074 GREENFIELD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS NPW 16 2221 562 72 65 41.959335 84.892126 $ 6,044 646.89213 $ 5,251 $ 3,396,728 $ 2,950,973 $ 3,396,728 SAN CARLOS PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 36 631 873 75 77 44.38007 139.47768 $ 6,492 1012.4777 $ 5,598 $ 5,667,516 $ 4,886,766 $ 5,667,516 MARY GIELLA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 51 451 621 76 59 63.897764 142.84984 $ 5,670 763.84984 $ 4,610 $ 3,521,070 $ 2,862,584 $ 3,521,070 WEBSTER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 60 51 614 76 61 76.910569 170.00312 $ 7,172 784.00312 $ 5,617 $ 4,403,608 $ 3,448,730 $ 4,403,608 FISHWEIR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 16 201 329 76 61 30.395137 36 $ 7,556 365 $ 6,811 $ 2,485,924 $ 2,240,737 $ 2,485,924 MAYPORT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 16 2271 568 76 63 64.440433 131.7678 $ 7,604 699.7678 $ 6,172 $ 4,319,072 $ 3,505,781 $ 4,319,072 ROYAL GREEN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 13 4741 795 76 65 67.945545 194.46015 $ 8,406 989.46015 $ 6,754 $ 6,682,770 $ 5,369,395 $ 6,682,770 OAKSHIRE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 212 823 76 67 75.732708 224.38087 $ 6,231 1047.3809 $ 4,896 $ 5,128,113 $ 4,029,515 $ 5,128,113 SCHRADER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 51 341 602 76 67 67.567568 146.43243 $ 7,173 748.43243 $ 5,770 $ 4,318,146 $ 3,473,291 $ 4,318,146 LAKE SILVER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 521 541 76 67 67.166979 130.81441 $ 8,419 671.81441 $ 6,780 $ 4,554,679 $ 3,667,801 $ 4,554,679

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205 CLARCONA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 941 964 76 67 46.424975 161.11323 $ 5,365 1125.1132 $ 4,597 $ 5,171,860 $ 4,431,263 $ 5,171,860 HECTOR CAFFERATA JR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 36 712 762 76 68 54.986877 150.84 $ 5,461 912.84 $ 4,559 $ 4,161,282 $ 3,473,661 $ 4,161,282 GOCIO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 58 261 900 76 69 68.695652 222.57391 $ 6,996 1122.5739 $ 5,609 $ 6,296,400 $ 5,048,006 $ 6,296,400 CLAY SPRINGS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 991 822 76 70 42.532855 125.86323 $ 5,449 947.86323 $ 4,725 $ 4,479,078 $ 3,884,318 $ 4,479,078 BRANFORD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 61 89 642 76 73 56.877898 131.4562 $ 5,273 773.4562 $ 4,377 $ 3,385,266 $ 2,809,908 $ 3,385,266 EGYPT LAKE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 29 1401 530 76 74 86.587771 165.20947 $ 6,990 695.20947 $ 5,329 $ 3,704,700 $ 2,824,316 $ 3,704,700 SKYVIEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 52 4171 600 76 74 67.054908 144.8386 $ 6,485 744.8386 $ 5,224 $ 3,891,000 $ 3,134,370 $ 3,891,000 CONWAY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 551 560 76 74 59.252336 119.45271 $ 6,571 679.45271 $ 5,416 $ 3,679,760 $ 3,032,832 $ 3,679,760 VISTA LAKES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 1752 837 76 75 48.888889 147.312 $ 5,862 984.312 $ 4,985 $ 4,906,494 $ 4,172,189 $ 4,906,494 PETERS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 931 680 76 75 44.296296 108.43733 $ 6,541 788.43733 $ 5,641 $ 4,447,880 $ 3,836,143 $ 4,447,880 FUGUITT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 52 1361 625 76 76 54.471545 122.56098 $ 6,679 747.56098 $ 5,584 $ 4,174,375 $ 3,489,995 $ 4,174,375 HAMMETT BOWEN JR. ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 42 711 768 76 76 52.014652 143.81011 $ 5,494 911.81011 $ 4,627 $ 4,219,392 $ 3,553,912 $ 4,219,392 DRIFTWOOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 721 722 76 77 66.178429 172.01097 $ 6,578 894.01097 $ 5,312 $ 4,749,316 $ 3,835,530 $ 4,749,316 PORT SALERNO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 43 101 663 76 78 69.278034 165.35281 $ 6,016 828.35281 $ 4,815 $ 3,988,608 $ 3,192,416 $ 3,988,608 NORMA BUTLER BOSSARD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 13 125 649 76 79 37.091988 86.661721 $ 6,892 735.66172 $ 6,080 $ 4,472,908 $ 3,945,995 $ 4,472,908

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206 DAVIE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 2801 920 76 80 67.640693 224.02597 $ 6,561 1144.026 $ 5,276 $ 6,036,120 $ 4,854,112 $ 6,036,120 NORCREST ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 561 702 76 81 44.444444 112.32 $ 5,949 814.32 $ 5,128 $ 4,176,198 $ 3,600,171 $ 4,176,198 ORANGE BROOK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 711 764 76 84 74.297189 204.34699 $ 5,787 968.34699 $ 4,566 $ 4,421,268 $ 3,488,263 $ 4,421,268 WELLEBY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 2881 863 76 85 37.995338 118.04392 $ 5,867 981.04392 $ 5,161 $ 5,063,221 $ 4,453,990 $ 5,063,221 WARFIELD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 43 131 615 76 88 99.832776 221.02977 $ 8,392 836.02977 $ 6,173 $ 5,161,080 $ 3,796,592 $ 5,161,080 CHICKASAW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 831 820 77 63 77.454545 228.64582 $ 5,937 1048.6458 $ 4,643 $ 4,868,340 $ 3,806,851 $ 4,868,340 LAKEVILLE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 141 926 77 65 51.198257 170.67451 $ 5,301 1096.6745 $ 4,476 $ 4,908,726 $ 4,144,785 $ 4,908,726 SPRINGWOOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 37 501 647 77 66 46.238245 107.69812 $ 5,742 754.69812 $ 4,923 $ 3,715,074 $ 3,184,920 $ 3,715,074 BONIFAY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 30 121 690 77 67 60.9375 151.36875 $ 5,215 841.36875 $ 4,277 $ 3,598,350 $ 2,950,979 $ 3,598,350 ORANGE CITY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 64 4131 656 77 67 51.41159 121.41361 $ 5,141 777.41361 $ 4,338 $ 3,372,496 $ 2,845,792 $ 3,372,496 BUNNELL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 18 22 912 77 68 53.731343 176.41075 $ 6,507 1088.4107 $ 5,452 $ 5,934,384 $ 4,972,533 $ 5,934,384 BOCA RATON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 50 951 369 77 69 57.978723 77.018936 $ 6,534 446.01894 $ 5,406 $ 2,411,046 $ 1,994,704 $ 2,411,046 LEHIGH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 36 301 1020 77 70 66.27794 243.37259 $ 6,050 1263.3726 $ 4,885 $ 6,171,000 $ 4,982,236 $ 6,171,000 PINAR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 1541 511 77 71 74.90566 137.79645 $ 6,027 648.79645 $ 4,747 $ 3,079,797 $ 2,425,686 $ 3,079,797 KATHLEEN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 53 1221 583 77 71 72.173913 151.47861 $ 7,066 734.47861 $ 5,609 $ 4,119,478 $ 3,269,878 $ 4,119,478 NARCOOSSEE COMMUNITY SCHOOL SS NPW 49 40 1597 77 71 34.984709 201.13409 $ 5,737 1798.1341 $ 5,095 $ 9,161,989 $ 8,137,155 $ 9,161,989

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207 SPRINGFIELD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 3 231 442 77 72 80.454545 128.01927 $ 7,675 570.01927 $ 5,951 $ 3,392,350 $ 2,630,470 $ 3,392,350 RIDGEVIEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 10 401 784 77 72 34.390863 97.064772 $ 6,008 881.06477 $ 5,346 $ 4,710,272 $ 4,191,353 $ 4,710,272 SOUTH LAKE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 5 121 469 77 74 75.643564 127.71659 $ 6,678 596.71659 $ 5,249 $ 3,131,982 $ 2,461,637 $ 3,131,982 CHIEFLAND ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 38 241 829 77 74 63.52801 189.59299 $ 5,411 1018.593 $ 4,404 $ 4,485,719 $ 3,650,782 $ 4,485,719 EAST MARION ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 42 181 779 77 75 74.012739 207.56132 $ 6,215 986.56132 $ 4,907 $ 4,841,485 $ 3,822,891 $ 4,841,485 BAY CREST ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 29 191 842 77 75 57.869249 175.41327 $ 5,189 1017.4133 $ 4,294 $ 4,369,138 $ 3,615,850 $ 4,369,138 ORTONA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 64 4334 277 77 77 67.361111 67.1725 $ 6,431 344.1725 $ 5,176 $ 1,781,387 $ 1,433,712 $ 1,781,387 PARKER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 3 211 701 77 77 63.218391 159.53793 $ 5,261 860.53793 $ 4,286 $ 3,687,961 $ 3,004,238 $ 3,687,961 IDYLLWILDE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 59 521 886 77 77 62.162162 198.27243 $ 6,317 1084.2724 $ 5,162 $ 5,596,862 $ 4,573,408 $ 5,596,862 KERNAN TRAIL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 16 2311 744 77 77 29.105474 77.956101 $ 5,813 821.9561 $ 5,262 $ 4,324,872 $ 3,914,692 $ 4,324,872 PINES LAKES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 2861 846 77 78 38.387485 116.91292 $ 5,858 962.91292 $ 5,147 $ 4,955,868 $ 4,354,147 $ 4,955,868 LAFAYETTE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 34 22 554 77 79 54.115587 107.92813 $ 5,343 661.92813 $ 4,472 $ 2,960,022 $ 2,477,387 $ 2,960,022 WESCONNETT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 16 571 284 77 82 63.432836 64.853731 $ 7,786 348.85373 $ 6,339 $ 2,211,224 $ 1,800,146 $ 2,211,224 EUSTIS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 35 61 525 77 84 54.748603 103.47486 $ 6,416 628.47486 $ 5,360 $ 3,368,400 $ 2,813,812 $ 3,368,400 PALM BEACH PUBLIC SCHOOL SS NPW 50 421 406 77 86 54.567901 79.756444 $ 6,965 485.75644 $ 5,821 $ 2,827,790 $ 2,363,495 $ 2,827,790 RYMFIRE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 18 51 1133 78 60 36.969697 150.792 $ 5,042 1283.792 $ 4,450 $ 5,712,586 $ 5,041,595 $ 5,712,586

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208 SEA BREEZE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 41 671 674 78 67 47.800587 115.98334 $ 5,965 789.98334 $ 5,089 $ 4,020,410 $ 3,430,144 $ 4,020,410 SAMSULA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 64 5637 261 78 68 27.906977 26.221395 $ 5,983 287.2214 $ 5,437 $ 1,561,563 $ 1,419,003 $ 1,561,563 WOLF LAKE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 1751 857 78 70 39.666667 122.3796 $ 5,542 979.3796 $ 4,849 $ 4,749,494 $ 4,156,015 $ 4,749,494 MIDDLEBURG ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 10 271 738 78 72 32.700136 86.87772 $ 5,525 824.87772 $ 4,943 $ 4,077,450 $ 3,648,005 $ 4,077,450 DAVIS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 29 56 911 78 74 77.047414 252.6847 $ 5,641 1163.6847 $ 4,416 $ 5,138,951 $ 4,023,069 $ 5,138,951 ASTORIA PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 37 401 636 78 74 66.091052 151.32207 $ 6,768 787.32207 $ 5,467 $ 4,304,448 $ 3,477,140 $ 4,304,448 NORTH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 47 161 704 78 74 60.028249 152.13559 $ 5,149 856.13559 $ 4,234 $ 3,624,896 $ 2,980,751 $ 3,624,896 GROVELAND ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 35 382 953 78 74 52.54065 180.25646 $ 5,459 1133.2565 $ 4,591 $ 5,202,427 $ 4,374,926 $ 5,202,427 JACK DAVID GORDON ELEMENTARY SCHO OL SS NPW 13 2151 1532 78 74 45.022772 248.30959 $ 6,648 1780.3096 $ 5,721 $ 10,184,736 $ 8,764,215 $ 10,184,736 TREADWAY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 35 241 945 78 74 42.138365 143.35472 $ 6,342 1088.3547 $ 5,507 $ 5,993,190 $ 5,203,786 $ 5,993,190 BENNETT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 201 448 78 76 62.414579 100.66223 $ 7,577 548.66223 $ 6,187 $ 3,394,496 $ 2,771,713 $ 3,394,496 DREAM LAKE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 541 830 78 76 51.493429 153.86237 $ 6,705 983.86237 $ 5,656 $ 5,565,150 $ 4,694,838 $ 5,565,150 VILLAS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 36 401 907 78 77 58.731924 191.77148 $ 7,009 1098.7715 $ 5,786 $ 6,357,163 $ 5,247,631 $ 6,357,163 LINCOLN ELEMENTARY MAGNET SCHOOL SS NPW 29 2441 431 78 78 64.508393 100.09122 $ 6,745 531.09122 $ 5,474 $ 2,907,095 $ 2,359,214 $ 2,907,095 CHALLENGER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 3771 1221 78 78 39.374499 173.07455 $ 5,013 1394.0745 $ 4,391 $ 6,120,873 $ 5,360,966 $ 6,120,873

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209 LABELLE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 26 151 618 78 79 76.243981 169.62761 $ 8,355 787.62761 $ 6,556 $ 5,163,390 $ 4,051,375 $ 5,163,390 GRADY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 29 1721 407 78 79 48.655257 71.289682 $ 5,707 478.28968 $ 4,856 $ 2,322,749 $ 1,976,540 $ 2,322,749 SANDPIPER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 3061 900 78 79 34 110.16 $ 5,792 1010.16 $ 5,160 $ 5,212,800 $ 4,644,334 $ 5,212,800 OCOEE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 1531 727 78 80 47.808219 125.12367 $ 5,712 852.12367 $ 4,873 $ 4,152,624 $ 3,542,863 $ 4,152,624 PORT ST. JOE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 23 51 525 78 81 55.40797 104.72106 $ 5,760 629.72106 $ 4,802 $ 3,024,000 $ 2,521,116 $ 3,024,000 COCONUT PALM ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 3741 1072 78 82 26.824645 103.52167 $ 5,315 1175.5217 $ 4,847 $ 5,697,680 $ 5,195,917 $ 5,697,680 PARKSIDE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 3631 877 78 85 38.390805 121.20745 $ 5,993 998.20745 $ 5,265 $ 5,255,861 $ 4,617,668 $ 5,255,861 BUSHNELL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 60 31 789 79 65 59.371069 168.63758 $ 6,576 957.63758 $ 5,418 $ 5,188,464 $ 4,274,788 $ 5,188,464 ALTURAS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 53 1041 340 79 66 76.657061 93.828242 $ 7,074 433.82824 $ 5,544 $ 2,405,160 $ 1,884,973 $ 2,405,160 QUAIL HOLLOW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 51 361 850 79 66 31.962397 97.804935 $ 5,230 947.80494 $ 4,690 $ 4,445,500 $ 3,986,764 $ 4,445,500 RIVIERA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 5 2171 610 79 67 60.891089 133.71683 $ 6,543 743.71683 $ 5,367 $ 3,991,230 $ 3,273,625 $ 3,991,230 THOMAS JEFFERSON ELEMENTARY SS NPW 16 481 585 79 68 44.822006 94.395146 $ 5,227 679.39515 $ 4,501 $ 3,057,795 $ 2,632,945 $ 3,057,795 FLORESTA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 56 241 748 79 70 56.066411 150.97563 $ 5,569 898.97563 $ 4,634 $ 4,165,612 $ 3,466,031 $ 4,165,612 PEACE RIVER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 8 41 539 79 71 65.471698 127.04128 $ 7,100 666.04128 $ 5,746 $ 3,826,900 $ 3,096,954 $ 3,826,900 SHADY HILLS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 51 601 606 79 71 64.013267 139.65134 $ 6,567 745.65134 $ 5,337 $ 3,979,602 $ 3,234,271 $ 3,979,602

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210 DR CARRIE ROBINSON LITTLETON ELEM SS NPW 36 791 749 79 71 53.984576 145.56401 $ 6,089 894.56401 $ 5,098 $ 4,560,661 $ 3,818,547 $ 4,560,661 CANNELLA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 29 691 908 79 72 59.69163 195.12 $ 5,333 1103.12 $ 4,390 $ 4,842,364 $ 3,985,846 $ 4,842,364 PRINCETON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 251 525 79 73 47.126437 89.068966 $ 6,014 614.06897 $ 5,142 $ 3,157,350 $ 2,699,385 $ 3,157,350 BAY POINT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 52 161 747 79 73 41.144414 110.64556 $ 6,026 857.64556 $ 5,249 $ 4,501,422 $ 3,920,690 $ 4,501,422 LAKE PLACID ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 28 211 777 79 74 62.703379 175.39389 $ 5,542 952.39389 $ 4,521 $ 4,306,134 $ 3,513,112 $ 4,306,134 KNIGHTS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 29 2291 796 79 74 57.692308 165.32308 $ 5,239 961.32308 $ 4,338 $ 4,170,244 $ 3,453,068 $ 4,170,244 GREENWAY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 42 671 1045 79 75 70.057582 263.55662 $ 5,800 1308.5566 $ 4,632 $ 6,061,000 $ 4,840,253 $ 6,061,000 SOUTHWEST ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 53 231 501 79 75 62.650602 112.99663 $ 6,922 613.99663 $ 5,648 $ 3,467,922 $ 2,829,704 $ 3,467,922 SHORE ACRES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 52 4021 645 79 75 52.534562 121.98525 $ 6,764 766.98525 $ 5,688 $ 4,362,780 $ 3,668,901 $ 4,362,780 TUTTLE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 58 201 789 79 76 79.576588 226.02934 $ 7,873 1015.0293 $ 6,120 $ 6,211,797 $ 4,828,538 $ 6,211,797 NORTH WARD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 52 2741 277 79 76 66.300366 66.114725 $ 7,994 343.11473 $ 6,454 $ 2,214,338 $ 1,787,658 $ 2,214,338 MOTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 27 271 673 79 76 62.807525 152.17007 $ 7,417 825.17007 $ 6,049 $ 4,991,641 $ 4,071,130 $ 4,991,641 CLERMONT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 35 41 822 79 76 53.892216 159.47784 $ 6,246 981.47784 $ 5,231 $ 5,134,212 $ 4,299,967 $ 5,134,212 CHAIRES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 37 491 749 79 76 30.884354 83.276571 $ 5,687 832.27657 $ 5,118 $ 4,259,563 $ 3,833,356 $ 4,259,563 SIGSBEE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 44 181 260 79 77 21.2 19.8432 $ 9,012 279.8432 $ 8,373 $ 2,343,120 $ 2,176,973 $ 2,343,120

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211 LIME STREET ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 53 151 611 79 78 71.219512 156.65444 $ 6,142 767.65444 $ 4,889 $ 3,752,762 $ 2,986,940 $ 3,752,762 SPRINGVIEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 13 5361 663 79 78 56.696429 135.32304 $ 6,891 798.32304 $ 5,723 $ 4,568,733 $ 3,794,291 $ 4,568,733 JIM ALLEN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 17 31 614 79 79 74.00319 163.57665 $ 5,836 777.57665 $ 4,608 $ 3,583,304 $ 2,829,494 $ 3,583,304 TROPIC ISLES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 36 391 1026 79 79 67.507003 249.34387 $ 6,625 1275.3439 $ 5,330 $ 6,797,250 $ 5,468,312 $ 6,797,250 DUNNELLON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 42 641 698 79 79 58.730159 147.57714 $ 6,225 845.57714 $ 5,139 $ 4,345,050 $ 3,586,716 $ 4,345,050 MIMS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 5 101 576 79 79 49.568221 102.78466 $ 6,170 678.78466 $ 5,236 $ 3,553,920 $ 3,015,769 $ 3,553,920 BOWMAN FOSTER ASHE ELEMENTARY SS NPW 13 451 1257 79 80 65.474339 296.28448 $ 8,067 1553.2845 $ 6,528 $ 10,140,219 $ 8,206,002 $ 10,140,219 J. D. PARKER SCHOOL OF TECHNOLOGY SS NPW 43 51 588 79 82 68.006993 143.9572 $ 5,811 731.9572 $ 4,668 $ 3,416,868 $ 2,744,858 $ 3,416,868 AIR BASE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 13 41 719 79 82 56.814921 147.05974 $ 8,622 866.05974 $ 7,158 $ 6,199,218 $ 5,146,571 $ 6,199,218 ESSRIG ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 29 1431 843 79 82 39.165701 118.86007 $ 5,054 961.86007 $ 4,429 $ 4,260,522 $ 3,734,036 $ 4,260,522 CASTLE CREEK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 1612 607 79 83 54.574639 119.2565 $ 6,063 726.2565 $ 5,067 $ 3,680,241 $ 3,075,919 $ 3,680,241 PINE CASTLE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 411 461 79 85 59.408034 98.593573 $ 7,321 559.59357 $ 6,031 $ 3,374,981 $ 2,780,350 $ 3,374,981 DOLPHIN BAY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 3751 589 79 85 26.677852 56.567718 $ 5,344 645.56772 $ 4,876 $ 3,147,616 $ 2,871,807 $ 3,147,616 KINGS TRAIL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 16 2031 482 80 61 62.658228 108.72456 $ 6,429 590.72456 $ 5,246 $ 3,098,778 $ 2,528,439 $ 3,098,778 HAMPTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 4 181 191 80 64 71.111111 48.896 $ 6,199 239.896 $ 4,936 $ 1,184,009 $ 942,682 $ 1,184,009 VENETIA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 16 681 357 80 64 46.875 60.24375 $ 8,557 417.24375 $ 7,321 $ 3,054,849 $ 2,613,775 $ 3,054,849

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212 FORT WHITE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 12 121 686 80 71 58.748222 145.08461 $ 5,616 831.08461 $ 4,636 $ 3,852,576 $ 3,180,022 $ 3,852,576 HARBOUR VIEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 42 591 685 80 72 63.165468 155.76604 $ 6,579 840.76604 $ 5,360 $ 4,506,615 $ 3,671,689 $ 4,506,615 SYMMES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 29 4212 590 80 72 33.940397 72.089404 $ 5,148 662.0894 $ 4,587 $ 3,037,320 $ 2,706,612 $ 3,037,320 LAKE MYRTLE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 51 961 816 80 73 17.204301 50.539355 $ 4,990 866.53935 $ 4,699 $ 4,071,840 $ 3,834,357 $ 4,071,840 ROMEO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 42 621 807 80 74 67.509482 196.12855 $ 6,159 1003.1285 $ 4,955 $ 4,970,313 $ 3,998,533 $ 4,970,313 WICKLOW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 59 811 825 80 74 66.035503 196.12544 $ 6,496 1021.1254 $ 5,248 $ 5,359,200 $ 4,329,870 $ 5,359,200 LAKE ORIENTA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 59 601 699 80 74 60.404624 152.0022 $ 6,515 851.0022 $ 5,351 $ 4,553,985 $ 3,740,573 $ 4,553,985 RIVERS EDGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 56 381 857 80 74 51.582649 159.14279 $ 6,481 1016.1428 $ 5,466 $ 5,554,217 $ 4,684,346 $ 5,554,217 ROCK SPRINGS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 1011 802 80 74 32.948718 95.129538 $ 5,603 897.12954 $ 5,009 $ 4,493,606 $ 4,017,114 $ 4,493,606 ROCKWAY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 13 4721 548 80 76 62 122.3136 $ 7,802 670.3136 $ 6,378 $ 4,275,496 $ 3,495,337 $ 4,275,496 WILLIAM H. BASHAW ELEMEN TARY SS NPW 41 641 687 80 76 34.397678 85.072337 $ 5,002 772.07234 $ 4,451 $ 3,436,374 $ 3,057,730 $ 3,436,374 CORK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 29 1001 896 80 77 52.897787 170.6271 $ 5,183 1066.6271 $ 4,354 $ 4,643,968 $ 3,901,078 $ 4,643,968 CROSS BAYOU ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 52 811 563 80 78 50.642202 102.64161 $ 7,257 665.64161 $ 6,138 $ 4,085,691 $ 3,455,679 $ 4,085,691 SADDLEWOOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 42 681 554 80 80 66.607774 132.84254 $ 7,044 686.84254 $ 5,682 $ 3,902,376 $ 3,147,616 $ 3,902,376 MARJORY STONEMAN DOUGLAS ELEM SS NPW 13 1371 1132 80 80 54.609306 222.54385 $ 8,099 1354.5438 $ 6,768 $ 9,168,068 $ 7,661,807 $ 9,168,068 MARY ESTHER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 46 561 533 80 80 46.76525 89.733161 $ 6,668 622.73316 $ 5,707 $ 3,554,044 $ 3,041,922 $ 3,554,044

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213 LEWIS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 29 2451 780 80 81 40.102171 112.6069 $ 5,104 892.6069 $ 4,460 $ 3,981,120 $ 3,478,881 $ 3,981,120 TAMARAC ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 2621 1119 80 85 44.867257 180.74326 $ 6,105 1299.7433 $ 5,256 $ 6,831,495 $ 5,881,502 $ 6,831,495 HENRY F. KITE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 16 371 419 81 60 58.852868 88.773666 $ 5,987 507.77367 $ 4,940 $ 2,508,553 $ 2,069,985 $ 2,508,553 CRYSTAL RIVER PRIMARY SCHOOL SS NPW 9 102 704 81 66 61.645746 156.23498 $ 5,643 860.23498 $ 4,618 $ 3,972,672 $ 3,251,159 $ 3,972,672 JAMES M. ANDERSON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 15 101 579 81 68 73.905429 154.04848 $ 5,960 733.04848 $ 4,708 $ 3,450,840 $ 2,725,654 $ 3,450,840 HARBOR CITY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 5 3061 415 81 68 60.238095 89.995714 $ 7,327 504.99571 $ 6,021 $ 3,040,705 $ 2,498,818 $ 3,040,705 FREEPORT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 66 291 558 81 68 60.071301 120.67123 $ 6,889 678.67123 $ 5,664 $ 3,844,062 $ 3,160,568 $ 3,844,062 MOON LAKE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 51 941 639 81 70 66.366366 152.66919 $ 5,273 791.66919 $ 4,256 $ 3,369,447 $ 2,719,667 $ 3,369,447 GATEWAY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 36 811 882 81 70 48.432432 153.78266 $ 5,570 1035.7827 $ 4,743 $ 4,912,740 $ 4,183,345 $ 4,912,740 YATES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 29 4961 760 81 71 56.901042 155.68125 $ 5,512 915.68125 $ 4,575 $ 4,189,120 $ 3,476,899 $ 4,189,120 KINGSWOOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 29 2261 562 81 73 59.265734 119.90643 $ 5,545 681.90643 $ 4,570 $ 3,116,290 $ 2,568,322 $ 3,116,290 LAMARQUE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 58 1341 1016 81 73 41.907514 153.28092 $ 6,340 1169.2809 $ 5,509 $ 6,441,440 $ 5,597,032 $ 6,441,440 SEVEN OAKS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 51 2091 1058 81 73 25.190114 95.944106 $ 5,603 1153.9441 $ 5,137 $ 5,927,974 $ 5,435,096 $ 5,927,974 CALUSA PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 11 461 1065 81 74 47.744361 183.05188 $ 7,216 1248.0519 $ 6,158 $ 7,685,040 $ 6,557,875 $ 7,685,040 SKYCREST ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 52 4121 653 81 75 73.584906 172.9834 $ 7,477 825.9834 $ 5,911 $ 4,882,481 $ 3,859,957 $ 4,882,481 EAST ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 8 81 563 81 75 61.15993 123.95895 $ 7,553 686.95895 $ 6,190 $ 4,252,339 $ 3,485,022 $ 4,252,339

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214 SKYLINE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 36 751 1111 81 75 46.76705 187.0495 $ 5,747 1298.0495 $ 4,919 $ 6,384,917 $ 5,464,848 $ 6,384,917 GLENDALE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 31 201 626 81 75 43.089431 97.106341 $ 6,276 723.10634 $ 5,433 $ 3,928,776 $ 3,401,179 $ 3,928,776 SUMMERS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 12 141 877 81 76 60.908084 192.299 $ 5,362 1069.299 $ 4,398 $ 4,702,474 $ 3,856,797 $ 4,702,474 KINNAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 41 741 759 81 76 40.994624 112.01371 $ 5,205 871.01371 $ 4,536 $ 3,950,595 $ 3,442,542 $ 3,950,595 YULEE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 45 102 738 81 77 42.119565 111.90326 $ 4,978 849.90326 $ 4,323 $ 3,673,764 $ 3,190,055 $ 3,673,764 GLORIA FLOYD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 13 2021 704 81 77 40.285714 102.10011 $ 7,772 806.10011 $ 6,788 $ 5,471,488 $ 4,778,473 $ 5,471,488 HOLIDAY HILL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 16 2091 609 81 77 32.454695 71.153674 $ 6,172 680.15367 $ 5,526 $ 3,758,748 $ 3,365,530 $ 3,758,748 SALLIE JONES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 8 21 781 81 78 46.085859 129.575 $ 6,051 910.575 $ 5,190 $ 4,725,831 $ 4,053,344 $ 4,725,831 S. D. SPADY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 50 881 635 81 78 39.84 91.07424 $ 8,066 726.07424 $ 7,054 $ 5,121,910 $ 4,479,449 $ 5,121,910 WHITEHOUSE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 16 511 792 81 78 36.802974 104.93264 $ 5,135 896.93264 $ 4,534 $ 4,066,920 $ 3,591,129 $ 4,066,920 RIVERDALE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 261 794 81 79 57.350993 163.93208 $ 5,742 957.93208 $ 4,759 $ 4,559,148 $ 3,778,935 $ 4,559,148 EDGEWATER PUBLIC SCHOOL SS NPW 64 3697 652 81 79 48.57997 114.02691 $ 5,667 766.02691 $ 4,823 $ 3,694,884 $ 3,144,882 $ 3,694,884 LITTLEWOOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 1 91 648 81 79 43.710692 101.9683 $ 6,250 749.9683 $ 5,400 $ 4,050,000 $ 3,499,348 $ 4,050,000 PLANTATION PARK ELEMENTARY SS NPW 6 1251 552 81 79 30.12939 59.873124 $ 6,703 611.87312 $ 6,047 $ 3,700,056 $ 3,337,997 $ 3,700,056 UMATILLA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 35 561 798 81 80 46.835443 134.54886 $ 6,551 932.54886 $ 5,606 $ 5,227,698 $ 4,473,442 $ 5,227,698 LAYER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 59 121 637 81 80 41.455696 95.066203 $ 5,315 732.0662 $ 4,625 $ 3,385,655 $ 2,945,993 $ 3,385,655

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215 CHISHOLM ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 64 949 385 81 81 55.867347 77.432143 $ 5,912 462.43214 $ 4,922 $ 2,276,120 $ 1,894,994 $ 2,276,120 ALOMA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 1401 469 81 81 50.873362 85.894585 $ 6,788 554.89459 $ 5,737 $ 3,183,572 $ 2,690,773 $ 3,183,572 UNION PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 431 765 81 82 66.172507 182.23908 $ 5,658 947.23908 $ 4,569 $ 4,328,370 $ 3,495,636 $ 4,328,370 ORMOND BEACH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 64 1114 340 81 82 52.046784 63.705263 $ 6,472 403.70526 $ 5,451 $ 2,200,480 $ 1,853,241 $ 2,200,480 LOUIS S. SHEFFIELD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 16 2421 718 81 83 26.96011 69.686492 $ 5,591 787.68649 $ 5,096 $ 4,014,338 $ 3,659,190 $ 4,014,338 WYNNEBROOK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 50 1391 813 81 84 83.129584 243.30367 $ 6,089 1056.3037 $ 4,686 $ 4,950,357 $ 3,810,117 $ 4,950,357 BENT TREE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 13 271 628 81 84 65.768621 148.6897 $ 8,800 776.6897 $ 7,115 $ 5,526,400 $ 4,468,424 $ 5,526,400 WEST ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 14 61 734 81 84 60.6469 160.25337 $ 6,288 894.25337 $ 5,161 $ 4,615,392 $ 3,788,297 $ 4,615,392 COTTONDALE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 32 271 465 81 86 70.851064 118.60468 $ 5,207 583.60468 $ 4,149 $ 2,421,255 $ 1,929,189 $ 2,421,255 LEE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 40 101 230 82 51 60.089686 49.75426 $ 6,290 279.75426 $ 5,171 $ 1,446,700 $ 1,189,405 $ 1,446,700 SAN ANTONIO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 51 251 710 82 66 39.321075 100.50467 $ 5,804 810.50467 $ 5,084 $ 4,120,840 $ 3,609,845 $ 4,120,840 WEST BAY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 3 261 319 82 70 70.261438 80.688235 $ 7,690 399.68824 $ 6,138 $ 2,453,110 $ 1,957,881 $ 2,453,110 MANATEE COVE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 64 7881 765 82 71 54.714475 150.68367 $ 5,093 915.68367 $ 4,255 $ 3,896,145 $ 3,255,001 $ 3,896,145 REEDY CREEK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 49 301 1016 82 72 65.250965 238.66193 $ 6,194 1254.6619 $ 5,016 $ 6,293,104 $ 5,096,029 $ 6,293,10 4 CALLAWAY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 3 101 602 82 72 53.606557 116.17613 $ 5,658 718.17613 $ 4,743 $ 3,406,116 $ 2,855,124 $ 3,406,116 APOLLO BEACH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 29 141 605 82 73 31.208054 67.971141 $ 5,235 672.97114 $ 4,706 $ 3,167,175 $ 2,847,285 $ 3,167,175

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216 CUTLER RIDGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 13 1241 1015 82 74 54.008016 197.34529 $ 6,942 1212.3453 $ 5,812 $ 7,046,130 $ 5,899,163 $ 7,046,130 ALVA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 36 92 461 82 74 47.468354 78.778481 $ 5,899 539.77848 $ 5,038 $ 2,719,439 $ 2,322,548 $ 2,719,439 RAYMA C PAGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 36 734 698 82 75 60.059172 150.91669 $ 6,698 848.91669 $ 5,507 $ 4,675,204 $ 3,844,067 $ 4,675,204 GREENGLADE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 13 2261 731 82 75 43.301759 113.95291 $ 7,533 844.95291 $ 6,517 $ 5,506,623 $ 4,763,983 $ 5,506,623 BANYAN CREEK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 50 1891 882 82 75 36.080178 114.56178 $ 6,367 996.56178 $ 5,635 $ 5,615,694 $ 4,970,131 $ 5,615,694 BIG CYPRESS ELEMENTARY SCHOO L SS NPW 11 331 951 82 75 31.790123 108.83667 $ 7,485 1059.8367 $ 6,716 $ 7,118,235 $ 6,387,250 $ 7,118,235 BROOKSVILLE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 27 52 823 82 76 63.317191 187.59617 $ 6,869 1010.5962 $ 5,594 $ 5,653,187 $ 4,603,790 $ 5,653,187 PERRINE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 13 4381 762 82 76 56.916996 156.1347 $ 6,990 918.1347 $ 5,801 $ 5,326,380 $ 4,420,595 $ 5,326,380 BEULAH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 17 941 712 82 77 45.545977 116.74345 $ 5,285 828.74345 $ 4,541 $ 3,762,920 $ 3,232,845 $ 3,762,920 BLUE ANGELS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 17 1241 835 82 77 43.764988 131.55755 $ 5,086 966.55755 $ 4,394 $ 4,246,810 $ 3,668,779 $ 4,246,810 DON BREWER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 16 2171 566 82 78 36.68942 74.758362 $ 5,547 640.75836 $ 4,900 $ 3,139,602 $ 2,773,299 $ 3,139,602 JOHN YOUNG ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 1081 1000 82 79 50.986193 183.5503 $ 5,758 1183.5503 $ 4,865 $ 5,758,000 $ 4,865,023 $ 5,758,000 MIAMI LAKES K 8 CENTER SS NPW 13 3281 1250 82 79 33.173461 149.28058 $ 6,927 1399.2806 $ 6,188 $ 8,658,750 $ 7,735,002 $ 8,658,750 NOVA BLANCHE FORMAN ELEMENTARY SS NPW 6 1282 822 82 80 43.757726 129.48786 $ 5,748 951.48786 $ 4,966 $ 4,724,856 $ 4,081,851 $ 4,724,856 J. J. FINLEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 1 31 442 82 81 51.685393 82.241798 $ 6,909 524.2418 $ 5,825 $ 3,053,778 $ 2,574,709 $ 3,053,778 KINGSWAY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 8 301 899 82 81 47.577093 153.9785 $ 6,286 1052.9785 $ 5,367 $ 5,651,114 $ 4,824,744 $ 5,651,114

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217 CAMELOT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 217 730 82 81 44.60719 117.2277 $ 6,146 847.2277 $ 5,296 $ 4,486,580 $ 3,865,789 $ 4,486,580 SEFFNER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 29 3881 696 82 81 37.5 93.96 $ 5,235 789.96 $ 4,612 $ 3,643,560 $ 3,210,185 $ 3,643,560 WAUCHULA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 25 91 585 82 82 67.313916 141.76311 $ 5,794 726.76311 $ 4,664 $ 3,389,490 $ 2,728,333 $ 3,389,490 CORAL COVE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 2011 866 82 82 33.105802 103.21065 $ 5,163 969.21065 $ 4,613 $ 4,471,158 $ 3,995,027 $ 4,471,158 SATURN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 5 1131 730 82 84 62.619372 164.56371 $ 6,298 894.56371 $ 5,139 $ 4,597,540 $ 3,751,778 $ 4,597,540 HAGEN ROAD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 50 1421 636 82 85 33.700787 77.161323 $ 6,777 713.16132 $ 6,044 $ 4,310,172 $ 3,843,828 $ 4,310,172 NEIL ARMSTRONG ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 8 111 594 82 87 70.806452 151.41252 $ 7,648 745.41252 $ 6,094 $ 4,542,912 $ 3,620,129 $ 4,542,912 TARA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 41 681 823 83 70 35.582822 105.42479 $ 5,008 928.42479 $ 4,439 $ 4,121,584 $ 3,653,569 $ 4,121,584 DEER PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 51 421 641 83 70 26.226994 60.521411 $ 5,452 701.52141 $ 4,982 $ 3,494,732 $ 3,193,236 $ 3,494,732 RIDEOUT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 10 541 1053 83 72 30.604288 116.01474 $ 5,001 1169.0147 $ 4,505 $ 5,266,053 $ 4,743,442 $ 5,266,053 SAND PINE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 51 2061 1034 83 72 13.434248 50.007644 $ 5,401 1084.0076 $ 5,152 $ 5,584,634 $ 5,327,003 $ 5,584,634 CROWN POINT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 16 2451 1280 83 73 32.378002 149.19783 $ 5,920 1429.1978 $ 5,302 $ 7,577,600 $ 6,786,554 $ 7,577,600 OCEAN CITY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 46 551 443 83 74 74.107143 118.18607 $ 8,763 561.18607 $ 6,918 $ 3,882,009 $ 3,064,456 $ 3,882,009 CORAL SUNSET ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 50 1811 769 83 74 41.123883 113.84736 $ 5,625 882.84736 $ 4,900 $ 4,325,625 $ 3,767,815 $ 4,325,625 TRINITY OAKS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 51 85 553 83 75 12.212389 24.312425 $ 5,393 577.31242 $ 5,166 $ 2,982,329 $ 2,856,734 $ 2,982,329

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218 BAGDAD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 57 51 521 83 76 50.291262 94.326291 $ 6,842 615.32629 $ 5,793 $ 3,564,682 $ 3,018,235 $ 3,564,682 ASTATULA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 35 271 831 83 76 42.839952 128.16 $ 6,821 959.16 $ 5,910 $ 5,668,251 $ 4,910,877 $ 5,668,251 LONE STAR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 16 2331 792 83 76 38.082902 108.58197 $ 5,558 900.58197 $ 4,888 $ 4,401,936 $ 3,871,200 $ 4,401,936 INTERLACHEN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 54 201 809 83 77 73.015873 212.65143 $ 6,051 1021.6514 $ 4,792 $ 4,895,259 $ 3,876,336 $ 4,895,259 GOLDSBORO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 59 271 687 83 77 56.59824 139.97877 $ 6,522 826.97877 $ 5,418 $ 4,480,614 $ 3,722,202 $ 4,480,614 W. E. CHERRY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 10 241 624 83 77 52.1875 117.234 $ 6,041 741.234 $ 5,086 $ 3,769,584 $ 3,173,384 $ 3,769,584 LUDLAM ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 13 3061 568 83 77 46.797153 95.690819 $ 9,058 663.69082 $ 7,752 $ 5,144,944 $ 4,403,147 $ 5,144,944 ORANGEWOOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 36 331 721 83 79 52.682256 136.74206 $ 7,055 857.74206 $ 5,930 $ 5,086,655 $ 4,275,736 $ 5,086,655 BENTLEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 59 801 976 83 81 41.488277 145.77321 $ 5,434 1121.7732 $ 4,728 $ 5,303,584 $ 4,614,389 $ 5,303,584 WILLIAM H. LEHMAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 13 2891 832 83 81 39.401198 118.01447 $ 6,890 950.01447 $ 6,034 $ 5,732,480 $ 5,020,369 $ 5,732,480 PELICAN ELEMENTARY SCHO OL SS NPW 36 641 1154 83 81 38.242678 158.87538 $ 6,017 1312.8754 $ 5,289 $ 6,943,618 $ 6,103,348 $ 6,943,618 MULLER ELEMENTARY MAGNET SCHOOL SS NPW 29 3181 394 83 83 73.497268 104.24852 $ 7,097 498.24852 $ 5,612 $ 2,796,218 $ 2,211,165 $ 2,796,218 ALLAMANDA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 50 101 521 83 83 41.996234 78.768136 $ 6,307 599.76814 $ 5,479 $ 3,285,947 $ 2,854,400 $ 3,285,947 JOE HALL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 13 2341 776 83 84 44.629156 124.67601 $ 7,563 900.67601 $ 6,516 $ 5,868,888 $ 5,056,488 $ 5,868,888 WINSTON PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 3091 1186 83 85 24.43134 104.31205 $ 5,247 1290.312 $ 4,823 $ 6,222,942 $ 5,719,864 $ 6,222,942

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219 SILVER LAKES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 3371 880 83 86 13.516609 42.820619 $ 5,622 922.82062 $ 5,361 $ 4,947,360 $ 4,717,793 $ 4,947,360 NOB HILL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 2671 802 83 90 34.33584 99.134436 $ 6,011 901.13444 $ 5,350 $ 4,820,822 $ 4,290,480 $ 4,820,822 OAKSTEAD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 51 82 702 84 68 23.48285 59.345858 $ 5,645 761.34586 $ 5,205 $ 3,962,790 $ 3,653,896 $ 3,962,790 EAST MILTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 57 71 782 84 69 67.008986 188.6437 $ 6,584 970.6437 $ 5,304 $ 5,148,688 $ 4,148,045 $ 5,148,688 CENTENNIAL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 51 401 713 84 71 51.472651 132.12 $ 5,141 845.12 $ 4,337 $ 3,665,533 $ 3,092,490 $ 3,665,533 TYNES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 10 501 793 84 72 29.46979 84.130358 $ 5,688 877.13036 $ 5,142 $ 4,510,584 $ 4,077,949 $ 4,510,584 JAY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 57 142 570 84 73 45.200698 92.751832 $ 6,732 662.75183 $ 5,790 $ 3,837,240 $ 3,300,220 $ 3,837,240 GLEN SPRINGS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 1 331 450 84 73 44.15011 71.523179 $ 6,022 521.52318 $ 5,196 $ 2,709,900 $ 2,338,257 $ 2,709,900 GADSDEN ELEMENTARY MAGNET SCHOO L SS NPW 20 101 149 84 75 59.722222 32.035 $ 7,542 181.035 $ 6,207 $ 1,123,758 $ 924,904 $ 1,123,758 FLORAL CITY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 9 61 445 84 75 55.217391 88.458261 $ 6,402 533.45826 $ 5,340 $ 2,848,890 $ 2,376,486 $ 2,848,890 NAPLES PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 11 241 924 84 75 38.588754 128.36163 $ 7,399 1052.3616 $ 6,497 $ 6,836,676 $ 6,002,774 $ 6,836,676 OLD KINGS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 18 201 1115 84 75 30.637916 122.98059 $ 5,730 1237.9806 $ 5,161 $ 6,388,950 $ 5,754,274 $ 6,388,950 AVON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 28 101 729 84 76 71.524966 187.71012 $ 6,417 916.71012 $ 5,103 $ 4,677,993 $ 3,720,104 $ 4,677,993 HILAND PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 3 151 889 84 77 46.658986 149.32742 $ 5,247 1038.3274 $ 4,492 $ 4,664,583 $ 3,993,744 $ 4,664,583 BETHUNE ACADEMY SS NPW 53 391 462 84 79 55.337691 92.037647 $ 6,560 554.03765 $ 5,470 $ 3,030,720 $ 2,527,252 $ 3,030,720 MOLINO PARK ELEMENTARY SS NPW 17 1261 465 84 79 50.436681 84.431004 $ 5,835 549.431 $ 4,938 $ 2,713,275 $ 2,296,326 $ 2,713,275 CASSELBERRY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 59 202 802 84 79 47.990256 138.55747 $ 5,657 940.55747 $ 4,824 $ 4,536,914 $ 3,868,562 $ 4,536,914

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220 ABESS PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 16 2631 790 84 80 34.75 98.829 $ 6,627 888.829 $ 5,890 $ 5,235,330 $ 4,653,213 $ 5,235,330 PALM HARBOR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 52 3181 417 84 80 24.761905 37.172571 $ 5,969 454.17257 $ 5,480 $ 2,489,073 $ 2,285,350 $ 2,489,073 SOUTH OCALA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 42 391 546 84 82 54.010695 106.16342 $ 6,402 652.16342 $ 5,360 $ 3,495,492 $ 2,926,473 $ 3,495,492 ANCLOTE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 51 901 602 84 83 65.074135 141.02867 $ 7,006 743.02867 $ 5,676 $ 4,217,612 $ 3,417,099 $ 4,217,612 THREE OAKS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 36 741 855 84 83 31.213873 96.076301 $ 5,891 951.0763 $ 5,296 $ 5,036,805 $ 4,527,995 $ 5,036,805 ENDEAVOR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 214 846 84 84 45.38835 138.23476 $ 5,626 984.23476 $ 4,836 $ 4,759,596 $ 4,091,116 $ 4,759,596 PINEWOODS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 36 431 934 84 84 38.75396 130.30631 $ 6,206 1064.3063 $ 5,446 $ 5,796,404 $ 5,086,732 $ 5,796,404 WHISPERING OAK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 322 1384 84 84 35.204435 175.40258 $ 5,001 1559.4026 $ 4,438 $ 6,921,384 $ 6,142,862 $ 6,921,384 CARROLLWOOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 29 701 725 84 84 31.961591 83.419753 $ 5,090 808.41975 $ 4,565 $ 3,690,250 $ 3,309,458 $ 3,690,250 TRADEWINDS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 3481 1080 84 84 25.324675 98.462338 $ 5,766 1178.4623 $ 5,284 $ 6,227,280 $ 5,706,981 $ 6,227,280 STARKEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 52 4331 645 84 89 45.701357 106.11855 $ 7,053 751.11855 $ 6,057 $ 4,549,185 $ 3,906,473 $ 4,549,185 PINE FOREST ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 16 1591 467 85 62 39.78022 66.878505 $ 6,397 533.87851 $ 5,596 $ 2,987,399 $ 2,613,170 $ 2,987,399 COTEE RIVER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 51 311 792 85 72 49.116162 140.04 $ 6,091 932.04 $ 5,176 $ 4,824,072 $ 4,099,250 $ 4,824,072 HELLEN CARO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 17 21 858 85 75 27.480046 84.880365 $ 4,993 942.88036 $ 4,544 $ 4,283,994 $ 3,898,339 $ 4,283,994 WILKINSON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 58 291 717 85 77 49.576271 127.96627 $ 7,942 844.96627 $ 6,739 $ 5,694,414 $ 4,832,021 $ 5,694,414

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221 PERKINS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 52 1471 588 85 77 39.794168 84.236295 $ 8,817 672.2363 $ 7,712 $ 5,184,396 $ 4,534,752 $ 5,184,396 OLDSMAR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 52 2961 576 85 77 37.92517 78.641633 $ 7,214 654.64163 $ 6,347 $ 4,155,264 $ 3,656,095 $ 4,155,264 CHUMUCKLA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 57 61 267 85 78 50 48.06 $ 7,260 315.06 $ 6,153 $ 1,938,420 $ 1,642,729 $ 1,938,420 CLAY HILL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 10 411 496 85 78 45.010183 80.370183 $ 5,285 576.37018 $ 4,548 $ 2,621,360 $ 2,255,832 $ 2,621,360 LECANTO PRIMARY SCHOOL SS NPW 9 161 842 85 79 47.374562 143.60177 $ 5,865 985.60177 $ 5,010 $ 4,938,330 $ 4,218,817 $ 4,938,330 TOLEDO BLADE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 58 1231 1416 85 79 45.128552 230.04731 $ 6,463 1646.0473 $ 5,560 $ 9,151,608 $ 7,872,603 $ 9,151,608 PALMA SOLA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 41 291 584 85 80 34.760274 73.08 $ 5,878 657.08 $ 5,224 $ 3,432,752 $ 3,050,964 $ 3,432,752 EUGENIA B. THOMAS ELEMENTARY SS NPW 13 71 1738 85 80 24.757004 154.89962 $ 7,100 1892.8996 $ 6,519 $ 12,339,800 $ 11,330,010 $ 12,339,800 CROTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 5 3091 568 85 81 45.648313 93.34167 $ 5,967 661.34167 $ 5,125 $ 3,389,256 $ 2,910,897 $ 3,389,256 EASTBROOK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 59 531 815 85 81 38.930348 114.22164 $ 5,398 929.22164 $ 4,734 $ 4,399,370 $ 3,858,591 $ 4,399,370 QUIET WATERS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 3121 1242 85 81 38.265712 171.09365 $ 5,367 1413.0937 $ 4,717 $ 6,665,814 $ 5,858,735 $ 6,665,814 SAN MATEO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 16 2181 631 85 81 25.878594 58.785815 $ 5,126 689.78581 $ 4,689 $ 3,234,506 $ 2,958,851 $ 3,234,506 BELL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 21 32 634 85 82 51.681957 117.9589 $ 5,800 751.9589 $ 4,890 $ 3,677,200 $ 3,100,362 $ 3,677,200 TAYLOR RANCH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 58 491 869 85 82 28.571429 89.382857 $ 6,510 958.38286 $ 5,903 $ 5,657,190 $ 5,129,576 $ 5,657,190 SUGAR MILL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 64 4621 766 85 83 42.516556 117.24366 $ 5,329 883.24366 $ 4,622 $ 4,082,014 $ 3,540,159 $ 4,082,014 NEPTUNE BEACH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 16 2461 978 85 83 37.190083 130.93884 $ 6,181 1108.9388 $ 5,451 $ 6,045,018 $ 5,331,248 $ 6,045,018

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222 CITRUS PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 29 801 842 85 83 29.550827 89.574468 $ 5,488 931.57447 $ 4,960 $ 4,620,896 $ 4,176,579 $ 4,620,896 HOWARD DRIVE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 13 2541 619 85 83 28.084416 62.583312 $ 6,819 681.58331 $ 6,193 $ 4,220,961 $ 3,833,390 $ 4,220,961 PALM BAY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 5 2081 704 85 84 65.517241 166.0469 $ 6,818 870.0469 $ 5,517 $ 4,799,872 $ 3,883,825 $ 4,799,872 AUDUBON PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 531 595 85 84 48.414023 103.70284 $ 6,111 698.70284 $ 5,204 $ 3,636,045 $ 3,096,376 $ 3,636,045 ROY ALLEN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 5 3101 818 85 84 43.139679 127.03773 $ 5,641 945.03773 $ 4,883 $ 4,614,338 $ 3,994,051 $ 4,614,338 DEBARY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 64 7761 800 85 86 26.17284 75.377778 $ 5,129 875.37778 $ 4,687 $ 4,103,200 $ 3,749,878 $ 4,103,200 COOPER CITY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 1211 944 85 86 17.121849 58.186891 $ 5,787 1002.1869 $ 5,451 $ 5,462,928 $ 5,145,751 $ 5,462,928 TRENTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 21 41 677 85 87 60.755814 148.07407 $ 6,226 825.07407 $ 5,109 $ 4,215,002 $ 3,458,546 $ 4,215,002 PERSHING ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 901 400 85 87 29.22252 42.080429 $ 7,445 442.08043 $ 6,736 $ 2,978,000 $ 2,694,532 $ 2,978,000 MANDARIN OAKS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 16 2581 1185 85 87 24.034335 102.53047 $ 6,525 1287.5305 $ 6,005 $ 7,732,125 $ 7,116,389 $ 7,732,125 SILVER PALMS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 3491 1011 85 87 15.640767 56.926135 $ 5,544 1067.9261 $ 5,248 $ 5,604,984 $ 5,306,209 $ 5,604,984 NOVA DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER ELEM SS NPW 6 1271 835 85 88 39.489672 118.70595 $ 5,968 953.70595 $ 5,225 $ 4,983,280 $ 4,363,021 $ 4,983,280 FOX TRAIL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 3531 1217 85 89 19.098361 83.673738 $ 5,137 1300.6737 $ 4,807 $ 6,251,729 $ 5,849,549 $ 6,251,729 SOUTHPORT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 3 221 444 86 71 54.587156 87.25211 $ 6,247 531.25211 $ 5,221 $ 2,773,668 $ 2,318,125 $ 2,773,668 DURRANCE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 801 501 86 74 63.72549 114.93529 $ 6,902 615.93529 $ 5,614 $ 3,457,902 $ 2,812,648 $ 3,457,902

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223 MAMIE AGNES JONES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 16 2361 381 86 75 48.275862 66.215172 $ 6,985 447.21517 $ 5,951 $ 2,661,285 $ 2,267,252 $ 2,661,285 LEWIS E. WADSWORTH ELEMENTARY SS NPW 18 131 910 86 75 34.557235 113.2095 $ 6,045 1023.2095 $ 5,376 $ 5,500,950 $ 4,892,316 $ 5,500,950 MYAKKA RIVER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 8 231 740 86 76 49.657064 132.28642 $ 6,263 872.28642 $ 5,313 $ 4,634,620 $ 3,931,758 $ 4,634,620 TRINITY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 51 32 646 86 76 10.015175 23.29129 $ 6,010 669.29129 $ 5,801 $ 3,882,460 $ 3,747,351 $ 3,882,460 COLUMBIA CITY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 12 261 671 86 77 53.175775 128.4514 $ 6,044 799.4514 $ 5,073 $ 4,055,524 $ 3,403,905 $ 4,055,524 BEAUCLERC ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 16 2301 1251 86 77 40.974441 184.53249 $ 5,791 1435.5325 $ 5,047 $ 7,244,541 $ 6,313,282 $ 7,244,541 SABAL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 5 3071 568 86 78 42.473118 86.849032 $ 6,458 654.84903 $ 5,602 $ 3,668,144 $ 3,181,658 $ 3,668,144 SEALEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 37 431 557 86 79 45.072993 90.380365 $ 6,040 647.38036 $ 5,197 $ 3,364,280 $ 2,894,595 $ 3,364,280 CITRUS SPRINGS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 9 181 958 86 79 44.108761 152.1223 $ 5,223 1110.1223 $ 4,507 $ 5,003,634 $ 4,317,976 $ 5,003,634 MANISCALCO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 29 2771 748 86 79 37.349398 100.57446 $ 5,629 848.57446 $ 4,962 $ 4,210,492 $ 3,711,457 $ 4,210,492 OSTEEN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 64 2021 756 86 80 46.692607 127.0786 $ 5,258 883.0786 $ 4,501 $ 3,975,048 $ 3,403,022 $ 3,975,048 C. W. NORTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 1 541 703 86 80 42.302158 107.0583 $ 6,047 810.0583 $ 5,248 $ 4,251,041 $ 3,689,218 $ 4,251,041 NORTHSIDE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 3 471 724 86 81 47.788873 124.55692 $ 5,795 848.55692 $ 4,944 $ 4,195,580 $ 3,579,724 $ 4,195,580 GARDENDALE ELEMENTARY MAGNET SCHOOL SS NPW 5 4101 518 86 82 43.520309 81.156673 $ 6,678 599.15667 $ 5,773 $ 3,459,204 $ 2,990,650 $ 3,459,204 MCNAB ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 841 748 86 82 36.375661 97.952381 $ 5,933 845.95238 $ 5,246 $ 4,437,884 $ 3,924,024 $ 4,437,884

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224 SEABREEZE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 16 2251 546 86 82 26.765799 52.610855 $ 6,735 598.61086 $ 6,143 $ 3,677,310 $ 3,354,118 $ 3,677,310 GARDEN GROVE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 53 1711 729 86 83 50.813008 133.35366 $ 5,334 862.35366 $ 4,509 $ 3,888,486 $ 3,287,174 $ 3,888,486 OJUS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 13 4061 842 86 83 46.690307 141.52766 $ 7,735 983.52766 $ 6,622 $ 6,512,870 $ 5,575,681 $ 6,512,870 CITRUS COVE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 50 2071 827 86 83 31.932773 95.070252 $ 5,964 922.07025 $ 5,349 $ 4,932,228 $ 4,423,690 $ 4,932,228 LAKE MARY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 59 81 612 86 83 25.619835 56.44562 $ 5,712 668.44562 $ 5,230 $ 3,495,744 $ 3,200,553 $ 3,495,744 LIBERTY MAGNET SCHOOL SS NPW 31 301 542 86 83 22.920518 44.722514 $ 6,539 586.72251 $ 6,041 $ 3,544,138 $ 3,273,989 $ 3,544,138 NORTHWOOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 46 222 678 86 84 52.875175 129.05773 $ 6,090 807.05773 $ 5,116 $ 4,129,020 $ 3,468,743 $ 4,129,020 LAKE BUTLER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 63 31 955 86 85 57.457983 197.54055 $ 5,270 1152.5405 $ 4,367 $ 5,032,850 $ 4,170,241 $ 5,032,850 FRUITVILLE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 58 131 676 86 85 39.61136 96.398206 $ 7,064 772.39821 $ 6,182 $ 4,775,264 $ 4,179,293 $ 4,775,264 HOBE SOUND ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 43 111 592 86 85 33.887043 72.220066 $ 5,441 664.22007 $ 4,849 $ 3,221,072 $ 2,870,848 $ 3,221,072 BRYCEVILLE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 45 181 282 86 85 28.727273 29.163927 $ 5,310 311.16393 $ 4,812 $ 1,497,420 $ 1,357,074 $ 1,497,420 BOB SIKES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 46 51 674 86 86 42.752562 103.73482 $ 6,547 777.73482 $ 5,674 $ 4,412,678 $ 3,824,112 $ 4,412,678 ST. CLOUD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 49 111 1037 86 87 43.44186 162.17715 $ 5,936 1199.1772 $ 5,133 $ 6,155,632 $ 5,323,142 $ 6,155,632 RAMBLEWOOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 2721 973 86 87 33.755274 118.23797 $ 5,379 1091.238 $ 4,796 $ 5,233,767 $ 4,666,677 $ 5,233,767 VALLEYVIEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 53 1891 1099 86 87 27.281106 107.93497 $ 5,963 1206.935 $ 5,430 $ 6,553,337 $ 5,967,279 $ 6,553,337 SILVER RIDGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 3081 1043 86 89 15.962441 59.935775 $ 5,568 1102.9358 $ 5,265 $ 5,807,424 $ 5,491,837 $ 5,807,424

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225 BROOKVIEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 16 2061 765 86 90 37.40458 103.01221 $ 6,272 868.01221 $ 5,528 $ 4,798,080 $ 4,228,663 $ 4,798,080 BELLE TERRE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 18 301 1383 87 73 32.816901 163.38879 $ 5,410 1546.3888 $ 4,838 $ 7,482,030 $ 6,691,492 $ 7,482,030 LAKE GEORGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 301 598 87 76 48.888889 105.248 $ 5,404 703.248 $ 4,595 $ 3,231,592 $ 2,747,952 $ 3,231,592 KETTERLINUS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 55 91 499 87 76 39.207921 70.433109 $ 6,473 569.43311 $ 5,672 $ 3,230,027 $ 2,830,505 $ 3,230,027 CAPE VIEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 5 5031 369 87 77 46.174142 61.337731 $ 8,225 430.33773 $ 7,053 $ 3,035,025 $ 2,602,431 $ 3,035,025 W. H. RHODES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 57 191 1000 87 78 63.119835 227.2314 $ 6,147 1227.2314 $ 5,009 $ 6,147,000 $ 5,008,835 $ 6,147,000 EMMA LOVE HARDEE ELEMENTARY SS NPW 45 81 380 87 78 40.15748 54.935433 $ 5,667 434.93543 $ 4,951 $ 2,153,460 $ 1,881,463 $ 2,153,460 MCRAE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 10 511 574 87 79 46.059545 95.177443 $ 6,469 669.17744 $ 5,549 $ 3,713,206 $ 3,185,075 $ 3,713,206 TOMMY SMITH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 3 511 881 87 79 40.258216 127.68296 $ 5,138 1008.683 $ 4,488 $ 4,526,578 $ 3,953,586 $ 4,526,578 MUNSON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 57 161 101 87 80 77.227723 28.08 $ 7,752 129.08 $ 6,066 $ 782,952 $ 612,629 $ 782,952 FOREST CITY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 59 502 872 87 81 43.205575 135.63094 $ 5,714 1007.6309 $ 4,945 $ 4,982,608 $ 4,311,930 $ 4,982,608 CAPE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 36 131 842 87 81 35.487528 107.5698 $ 6,161 949.5698 $ 5,463 $ 5,187,562 $ 4,599,901 $ 5,187,562 PINE VIEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 51 902 721 87 81 23.448276 60.862345 $ 5,226 781.86234 $ 4,819 $ 3,767,946 $ 3,474,639 $ 3,767,946 ALIMACANI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 16 2571 1105 87 81 19.363636 77.028545 $ 5,535 1182.0285 $ 5,174 $ 6,116,175 $ 5,717,606 $ 6,116,175 ALTAMONTE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 59 561 866 87 83 51.461988 160.43789 $ 5,877 1026.4379 $ 4,958 $ 5,089,482 $ 4,293,968 $ 5,089,482 NORTH BEACH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 13 3741 1102 87 83 29.147982 115.63587 $ 7,168 1217.6359 $ 6,487 $ 7,899,136 $ 7,148,975 $ 7,899,136

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226 ANTHONY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 42 71 333 87 84 75.229358 90.184954 $ 8,251 423.18495 $ 6,493 $ 2,747,583 $ 2,162,046 $ 2,747,583 SUNSET HILLS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 52 4381 591 87 84 35.361842 75.235855 $ 5,889 666.23586 $ 5,224 $ 3,480,399 $ 3,087,369 $ 3,480,399 PLUMB ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 52 3431 812 87 84 25 73.08 $ 5,658 885.08 $ 5,191 $ 4,594,296 $ 4,214,950 $ 4,594,296 WRIGHT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 46 281 568 87 85 55.027422 112.52007 $ 7,914 680.52007 $ 6,605 $ 4,495,152 $ 3,751,905 $ 4,495,152 VINEYARDS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 11 371 968 87 85 28.840436 100.50315 $ 6,957 1068.5032 $ 6,303 $ 6,734,376 $ 6,100,942 $ 6,734,376 SEA WIND ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 43 25 644 87 86 29.924812 69.377684 $ 5,336 713.37768 $ 4,817 $ 3,436,384 $ 3,102,187 $ 3,436,384 SUTHERLAND ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 52 6271 594 87 86 24.473258 52.333614 $ 6,075 646.33361 $ 5,583 $ 3,608,550 $ 3,316,366 $ 3,608,550 WINDERMERE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 1231 1086 87 86 22.626442 88.460337 $ 5,908 1174.4603 $ 5,463 $ 6,416,088 $ 5,932,828 $ 6,416,088 CHAPEL TRAIL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 2961 1148 87 86 16.377816 67.686239 $ 5,452 1215.6862 $ 5,148 $ 6,258,896 $ 5,910,417 $ 6,258,896 BONNEVILLE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 871 597 87 87 52.32358 112.45384 $ 5,923 709.45384 $ 4,984 $ 3,536,031 $ 2,975,543 $ 3,536,031 HARBORDALE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 491 384 87 87 30.60686 42.310923 $ 7,818 426.31092 $ 7,042 $ 3,002,112 $ 2,704,155 $ 3,002,112 LOST LAKE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 35 281 1463 87 87 27.606557 145.39822 $ 5,187 1608.3982 $ 4,718 $ 7,588,581 $ 6,902,578 $ 7,588,581 LAUREL OAK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 11 391 1196 87 87 14.61794 62.939003 $ 7,040 1258.939 $ 6,688 $ 8,419,840 $ 7,998,901 $ 8,419,840 EAST LAKE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 259 888 87 88 38.745801 123.86258 $ 5,244 1011.8626 $ 4,602 $ 4,656,672 $ 4,086,647 $ 4,656,672 GULF ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 36 672 1359 87 88 18.553689 90.772067 $ 5,935 1449.7721 $ 5,563 $ 8,065,665 $ 7,560,663 $ 8,065,665 ANDOVER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 321 538 87 89 48.080439 93.122194 $ 6,064 631.12219 $ 5,169 $ 3,262,432 $ 2,781,060 $ 3,262,432

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227 A. K. SUTER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 17 501 354 87 89 32.681564 41.649385 $ 6,021 395.64939 $ 5,387 $ 2,131,434 $ 1,907,061 $ 2,131,434 GENEVA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 59 51 502 87 89 29.847909 53.941141 $ 5,905 555.94114 $ 5,332 $ 2,964,310 $ 2,676,693 $ 2,964,310 KELLEY SMITH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 54 101 749 87 92 48.796791 131.57567 $ 5,896 880.57567 $ 5,015 $ 4,416,104 $ 3,756,249 $ 4,416,104 PINE ISLAND ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 36 341 358 87 93 48.501362 62.508556 $ 7,964 420.50856 $ 6,780 $ 2,851,112 $ 2,427,294 $ 2,851,112 WALLER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 3 251 692 88 78 72.398844 180.36 $ 6,069 872.36 $ 4,814 $ 4,199,748 $ 3,331,452 $ 4,199,748 SUNCOAST ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 27 321 971 88 78 37.57764 131.3564 $ 5,532 1102.3564 $ 4,873 $ 5,371,572 $ 4,731,497 $ 5,371,572 MEDART ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 65 11 660 88 79 50.678733 120.41267 $ 5,343 780.41267 $ 4,519 $ 3,526,380 $ 2,982,282 $ 3,526,380 DENHAM OAKS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 51 59 879 88 79 19.662921 62.221348 $ 5,585 941.22135 $ 5,216 $ 4,909,215 $ 4,584,681 $ 4,909,215 FOREST RIDGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 9 25 795 88 80 42.144638 120.61796 $ 5,848 915.61796 $ 5,078 $ 4,649,160 $ 4,036,708 $ 4,649,160 SUNSET PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 13 5421 688 88 81 53.239437 131.86344 $ 7,453 819.86344 $ 6,254 $ 5,127,664 $ 4,302,952 $ 5,127,664 ORANGE GROVE ELEMENTARY SCHOO L SS NPW 52 3021 386 88 81 33.333333 46.32 $ 7,087 432.32 $ 6,328 $ 2,735,582 $ 2,442,484 $ 2,735,582 WALDEN LAKE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 29 4591 858 88 83 28.735632 88.758621 $ 5,285 946.75862 $ 4,790 $ 4,534,530 $ 4,109,418 $ 4,534,530 BEAR LAKE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 59 31 1076 88 84 30.517711 118.21341 $ 5,149 1194.2134 $ 4,639 $ 5,540,324 $ 4,991,896 $ 5,540,324 VENICE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 58 211 654 88 84 25.038168 58.949863 $ 7,793 712.94986 $ 7,149 $ 5,096,622 $ 4,675,211 $ 5,096,622 LOWRY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 29 2551 912 88 84 20.976693 68.870677 $ 5,142 980.87068 $ 4,781 $ 4,689,504 $ 4,360,236 $ 4,689,504

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228 MILA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 5 4031 402 88 85 56.390977 81.609023 $ 7,391 483.60902 $ 6,144 $ 2,971,182 $ 2,469,795 $ 2,971,182 TRAFALGAR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 36 762 894 88 85 36.971047 118.98762 $ 5,600 1012.9876 $ 4,942 $ 5,006,400 $ 4,418,338 $ 5,006,400 N. B. COOK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 17 191 605 88 86 37.959866 82.676589 $ 6,100 687.67659 $ 5,367 $ 3,690,500 $ 3,246,806 $ 3,690,500 FRANK E. BRIGHAM ACADEMY SS NPW 53 531 600 88 86 32.546374 70.300169 $ 6,838 670.30017 $ 6,121 $ 4,102,800 $ 3,672,504 $ 4,102,800 W. DOUGLAS HARTLEY ELEMENTARY SS NPW 55 261 612 88 86 26.036484 57.363582 $ 6,368 669.36358 $ 5,822 $ 3,897,216 $ 3,563,230 $ 3,897,216 DIPLOMAT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 36 771 939 88 87 37.579618 127.03414 $ 5,685 1066.0341 $ 5,008 $ 5,338,215 $ 4,702,086 $ 5,338,215 KENWOOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 46 621 560 88 87 29.911504 60.301593 $ 5,981 620.30159 $ 5,400 $ 3,349,360 $ 3,023,758 $ 3,349,360 OZONA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 52 3071 737 88 87 17.735334 47.055389 $ 5,598 784.05539 $ 5,262 $ 4,125,726 $ 3,878,119 $ 4,125,726 SHALIMAR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 46 431 493 88 88 41.127349 72.992818 $ 6,454 565.99282 $ 5,622 $ 3,181,822 $ 2,771,481 $ 3,181,822 ELBRIDGE GALE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 50 3361 833 88 88 30.047506 90.106461 $ 5,335 923.10646 $ 4,814 $ 4,444,055 $ 4,010,261 $ 4,444,055 WELLINGTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 50 1671 973 88 88 24.442191 85.616105 $ 6,448 1058.6161 $ 5,927 $ 6,273,904 $ 5,766,499 $ 6,273,904 BAY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 66 154 274 88 90 15.714286 15.500571 $ 6,706 289.50057 $ 6,347 $ 1,837,444 $ 1,739,063 $ 1,837,444 KEYSTONE HEIGHTS ELEMENTARY SS NPW 10 301 832 89 71 36.606061 109.64247 $ 5,695 941.64247 $ 5,032 $ 4,738,240 $ 4,186,531 $ 4,738,240 NEWBERRY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 1 531 593 89 75 49.409781 105.48 $ 5,715 698.48 $ 4,852 $ 3,388,995 $ 2,877,211 $ 3,388,995 NEW HORIZONS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 50 2051 707 89 79 29.41989 74.879503 $ 7,226 781.8795 $ 6,534 $ 5,108,782 $ 4,619,521 $ 5,108,782 FIVE POINTS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 12 91 554 89 80 72.151899 143.89975 $ 6,066 697.89975 $ 4,815 $ 3,360,564 $ 2,667,650 $ 3,360,564

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229 LOXAHATCHEE GROVES ELEMENTARY SS NPW 50 1901 731 89 81 32.682292 86.006719 $ 6,223 817.00672 $ 5,568 $ 4,549,013 $ 4,070,136 $ 4,549,013 COQUINA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 5 91 449 89 82 55.092593 89.051667 $ 6,756 538.05167 $ 5,638 $ 3,033,444 $ 2,531,386 $ 3,033,444 SHADY HILL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 42 551 611 89 82 49.522293 108.92924 $ 6,578 719.92924 $ 5,583 $ 4,019,158 $ 3,411,037 $ 4,019,158 CHEROKEE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 46 161 367 89 82 45.224719 59.750899 $ 7,742 426.7509 $ 6,658 $ 2,841,314 $ 2,443,492 $ 2,841,314 WEST NAVARRE INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL SS NPW 57 342 821 89 82 28.074246 82.976241 $ 4,998 903.97624 $ 4,539 $ 4,103,358 $ 3,726,710 $ 4,103,358 TINKER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 29 4381 554 89 83 31.238779 62.302621 $ 5,440 616.30262 $ 4,890 $ 3,013,760 $ 2,709,096 $ 3,013,760 ROSEWOOD MAGNET SCHOOL SS NPW 31 41 543 89 83 29.151292 56.984945 $ 6,121 599.98494 $ 5,540 $ 3,323,703 $ 3,008,027 $ 3,323,703 SOUTH OLIVE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 50 572 651 89 84 51.552795 120.81913 $ 6,509 771.81913 $ 5,490 $ 4,237,359 $ 3,574,051 $ 4,237,359 FAIRGLEN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 5 1091 769 89 84 44.067797 121.99729 $ 5,790 890.99729 $ 4,997 $ 4,452,510 $ 3,842,863 $ 4,452,510 STENSTROM ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 59 681 718 89 84 25 64.62 $ 5,141 782.62 $ 4,717 $ 3,691,238 $ 3,386,457 $ 3,691,238 CHOCACHATTI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 27 341 922 89 85 27.153762 90.128768 $ 6,423 1012.1288 $ 5,851 $ 5,922,006 $ 5,394,659 $ 5,922,006 LULA J. EDGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 46 151 503 89 86 38.585859 69.871273 $ 6,651 572.87127 $ 5,840 $ 3,345,453 $ 2,937,419 $ 3,345,453 ANONA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 52 51 418 89 86 27.033493 40.68 $ 5,693 458.68 $ 5,188 $ 2,379,674 $ 2,168,622 $ 2,379,674 LAKEMONT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 561 704 89 87 35.520685 90.023623 $ 5,853 794.02362 $ 5,189 $ 4,120,512 $ 3,653,343 $ 4,120,512 CORDOVA PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 17 231 645 89 87 34.658188 80.476312 $ 5,630 725.47631 $ 5,005 $ 3,631,350 $ 3,228,528 $ 3,631,350

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230 PORT MALABAR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 5 2061 767 89 88 47.594278 131.41732 $ 5,757 898.41732 $ 4,915 $ 4,415,619 $ 3,769,718 $ 4,415,619 JOHN STOCKTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 16 881 550 89 88 19.666048 38.938776 $ 6,045 588.93878 $ 5,645 $ 3,324,750 $ 3,104,928 $ 3,324,750 METROWEST ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 1021 1218 89 89 39.88764 174.89933 $ 5,908 1392.8993 $ 5,166 $ 7,195,944 $ 6,292,386 $ 7,195,944 ATLANTIS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 5 201 778 89 89 32.025316 89.696506 $ 5,598 867.69651 $ 5,019 $ 4,355,244 $ 3,905,029 $ 4,355,244 BRADEN RIVER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 41 651 628 89 89 18.167203 41.072412 $ 5,571 669.07241 $ 5,229 $ 3,498,588 $ 3,283,820 $ 3,498,588 FLORANADA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 851 720 89 90 31.188811 80.841399 $ 6,220 800.8414 $ 5,592 $ 4,478,400 $ 4,026,325 $ 4,478,400 WEST CREEK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 232 808 89 90 23.809524 69.257143 $ 5,404 877.25714 $ 4,977 $ 4,366,432 $ 4,021,714 $ 4,366,432 DEER PARK ELEMENTARY SS NPW 29 100 412 89 90 17.718447 26.28 $ 7,090 438.28 $ 6,665 $ 2,921,080 $ 2,745,927 $ 2,921,080 SUNRISE PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 50 2691 1071 89 91 12.372093 47.701842 $ 5,114 1118.7018 $ 4,896 $ 5,477,094 $ 5,243,549 $ 5,477,094 MANATEE BAY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 3841 1368 89 94 6.3596491 31.32 $ 5,081 1399.32 $ 4,967 $ 6,950,808 $ 6,795,233 $ 6,950,808 PINETTA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 40 111 185 90 78 57.754011 38.464171 $ 6,581 223.46417 $ 5,448 $ 1,217,485 $ 1,007,923 $ 1,217,485 HERNANDO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 9 171 739 90 80 55.847569 148.57687 $ 5,321 887.57687 $ 4,430 $ 3,932,219 $ 3,273,981 $ 3,932,219 PEA RIDGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 57 301 948 90 81 40 136.512 $ 5,866 1084.512 $ 5,128 $ 5,560,968 $ 4,860,986 $ 5,560,968 DEEP CREEK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 8 251 843 90 82 32.750583 99.391469 $ 5,959 942.39147 $ 5,331 $ 5,023,437 $ 4,493,629 $ 5,023,437 S. S. DIXON INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL SS NPW 57 331 798 90 82 32.713755 93.980074 $ 5,194 891.98007 $ 4,647 $ 4,144,812 $ 3,708,110 $ 4,144,812

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231 CORKSCREW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 11 441 940 90 82 28.352098 95.943501 $ 6,646 1035.9435 $ 6,030 $ 6,247,240 $ 5,668,654 $ 6,247,240 THEODORE ROOSEVELT ELEMENTARY SS NPW 5 5012 514 90 84 27.852998 51.539188 $ 6,023 565.53919 $ 5,474 $ 3,095,822 $ 2,813,691 $ 3,095,822 WATERFORD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 1091 856 90 85 31.221198 96.211244 $ 5,608 952.21124 $ 5,041 $ 4,800,448 $ 4,315,412 $ 4,800,448 CHILES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 29 772 776 90 85 24.468085 68.354043 $ 5,016 844.35404 $ 4,610 $ 3,892,416 $ 3,577,308 $ 3,892,416 CRANBERRY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 58 1271 847 90 86 43.176471 131.65369 $ 7,239 978.65369 $ 6,265 $ 6,131,433 $ 5,306,600 $ 6,131,433 RIDGECREST ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 52 3511 695 90 86 34.383562 86.027671 $ 6,639 781.02767 $ 5,908 $ 4,614,105 $ 4,105,876 $ 4,614,105 LYNN HAVEN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 3 171 867 90 86 29.676674 92.626836 $ 5,082 959.62684 $ 4,591 $ 4,406,094 $ 3,980,801 $ 4,406,094 HAMMOCK POINTE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 50 2081 735 90 87 36.729223 97.185523 $ 6,650 832.18552 $ 5,873 $ 4,887,750 $ 4,316,942 $ 4,887,750 OAKHURST ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 52 2921 718 90 87 20.028209 51.768914 $ 5,486 769.76891 $ 5,117 $ 3,938,948 $ 3,674,044 $ 3,938,948 HILLIARD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 45 241 732 90 88 48.369565 127.46348 $ 5,417 859.46348 $ 4,614 $ 3,965,244 $ 3,377,175 $ 3,965,244 LIMONA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 29 2431 596 90 88 34.343434 73.687273 $ 5,289 669.68727 $ 4,707 $ 3,152,244 $ 2,805,395 $ 3,152,244 ETHEL KOGER BECKHAM ELEMENTARY SS NPW 13 251 818 90 89 64.071856 188.6788 $ 6,971 1006.6788 $ 5,664 $ 5,702,278 $ 4,633,517 $ 5,702,278 PINE TRAIL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 64 821 835 90 89 23.923445 71.913876 $ 5,110 906.91388 $ 4,705 $ 4,266,850 $ 3,928,509 $ 4,266,850 ANNA MARIA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 41 31 314 90 89 19.873817 22.465363 $ 7,934 336.46536 $ 7,404 $ 2,491,276 $ 2,324,937 $ 2,491,276 LOCKMAR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 5 2111 742 90 90 28.306878 75.613333 $ 5,474 817.61333 $ 4,968 $ 4,061,708 $ 3,686,079 $ 4,061,708

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232 OSCEOLA MAGNET SCHOOL SS NPW 31 51 541 90 90 17.996289 35.049573 $ 6,381 576.04957 $ 5,993 $ 3,452,121 $ 3,242,078 $ 3,452,121 PATRONIS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 3 521 916 90 91 32.077503 105.77877 $ 5,155 1021.7788 $ 4,621 $ 4,721,980 $ 4,233,141 $ 4,721,980 VERDE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 50 1661 757 90 91 20.258065 55.207277 $ 6,196 812.20728 $ 5,775 $ 4,690,372 $ 4,371,558 $ 4,690,372 EAGLE RIDGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 3441 941 90 91 13.17176 44.620653 $ 5,143 985.62065 $ 4,910 $ 4,839,563 $ 4,620,468 $ 4,839,563 HAWKES BLUFF ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 3131 1004 90 92 8.7215064 31.523013 $ 5,649 1035.523 $ 5,477 $ 5,671,596 $ 5,498,943 $ 5,671,596 TURNER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 29 69 626 90 93 18.292683 41.22439 $ 5,012 667.22439 $ 4,702 $ 3,137,512 $ 2,943,661 $ 3,137,512 GATOR RUN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 3642 1274 90 93 5.9282371 27.189267 $ 5,147 1301.1893 $ 5,039 $ 6,557,278 $ 6,420,259 $ 6,557,278 CENTRAL PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 2641 1178 90 94 16.342083 69.303506 $ 5,934 1247.3035 $ 5,604 $ 6,990,252 $ 6,601,855 $ 6,990,252 VALPARAISO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 46 261 444 90 95 34.101382 54.50765 $ 6,708 498.50765 $ 5,975 $ 2,978,352 $ 2,652,694 $ 2,978,352 SEA PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 5 6051 293 91 79 28.52459 30.087738 $ 7,653 323.08774 $ 6,940 $ 2,242,329 $ 2,033,511 $ 2,242,329 ATLANTIC BEACH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL S S NPW 16 651 490 91 80 27.557411 48.611273 $ 6,834 538.61127 $ 6,217 $ 3,348,660 $ 3,046,433 $ 3,348,660 KENDALE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 13 2641 548 91 82 37.592593 74.162667 $ 7,974 622.16267 $ 7,023 $ 4,369,752 $ 3,848,871 $ 4,369,752 SAN PABLO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 16 801 515 91 83 30 55.62 $ 6,767 570.62 $ 6,107 $ 3,485,005 $ 3,145,311 $ 3,485,005 ANDERSON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 29 121 369 91 84 43.977591 58.419832 $ 6,620 427.41983 $ 5,715 $ 2,442,780 $ 2,108,900 $ 2,442,780 JENSEN BEACH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 43 211 617 91 85 16.045381 35.64 $ 5,359 652.64 $ 5,066 $ 3,306,503 $ 3,125,938 $ 3,306,503 ALLEN PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 36 81 888 91 87 44.107744 141.00364 $ 5,883 1029.0036 $ 5,077 $ 5,224,104 $ 4,508,249 $ 5,224,104

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233 APOLLO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 5 61 728 91 87 31.690141 83.053521 $ 5,587 811.05352 $ 5,015 $ 4,067,336 $ 3,650,833 $ 4,067,336 SCHWARZKOPF ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 29 3861 758 91 87 25.234899 68.860993 $ 5,383 826.86099 $ 4,935 $ 4,080,314 $ 3,740,505 $ 4,080,314 R. B. HUNT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 55 161 617 91 87 24.193548 53.73871 $ 6,097 670.73871 $ 5,609 $ 3,761,849 $ 3,460,455 $ 3,761,849 CURTIS FUNDAMENTAL ELEMENTARY SS NPW 52 3131 414 91 87 15.461347 23.043591 $ 6,364 437.04359 $ 6,028 $ 2,634,696 $ 2,495,779 $ 2,634,696 KEETH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 59 661 775 91 88 29.733164 82.955527 $ 5,304 857.95553 $ 4,791 $ 4,110,600 $ 3,713,147 $ 4,110,600 BANK OF AMERICA LEARNING ACADEMY SS NPW 16 2661 182 91 88 8.839779 5.7918232 $ 8,073 187.79182 $ 7,824 $ 1,469,286 $ 1,423,971 $ 1,469,286 SPRUCE CREEK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 64 4531 774 91 89 37.168142 103.56531 $ 5,445 877.56531 $ 4,802 $ 4,214,430 $ 3,717,067 $ 4,214,430 W T MOORE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 37 421 680 91 89 36.468886 89.275832 $ 5,504 769.27583 $ 4,865 $ 3,742,720 $ 3,308,371 $ 3,742,720 BUCKHORN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 29 571 731 91 89 19.753086 51.982222 $ 5,105 782.98222 $ 4,766 $ 3,731,755 $ 3,484,004 $ 3,731,755 BERRYHILL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 57 41 983 91 90 43.061224 152.38506 $ 6,141 1135.3851 $ 5,317 $ 6,036,603 $ 5,226,404 $ 6,036,603 WEKIVA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 59 651 869 91 90 13.547646 42.382457 $ 5,219 911.38246 $ 4,976 $ 4,535,311 $ 4,324,403 $ 4,535,311 TYNDALL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 3 501 768 91 91 35.458167 98.034741 $ 5,630 866.03474 $ 4,993 $ 4,323,840 $ 3,834,383 $ 4,323,840 MANATEE ELEMENTARY SS NPW 5 1161 829 91 91 11.288344 33.688933 $ 5,089 862.68893 $ 4,890 $ 4,218,781 $ 4,054,033 $ 4,218,781 FOREST LAKES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 52 1331 781 91 92 19.870968 55.869213 $ 6,264 836.86921 $ 5,846 $ 4,892,184 $ 4,565,583 $ 4,892,184 PARK SPRINGS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 3171 960 91 93 12.108559 41.847182 $ 5,411 1001.8472 $ 5,185 $ 5,194,560 $ 4,977,583 $ 5,194,560 PARK TRAILS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 3781 1328 91 93 1.2630015 6.0381575 $ 5,281 1334.0382 $ 5,257 $ 7,013,168 $ 6,981,425 $ 7,013,168

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234 SUNSET LAKES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 3661 1051 91 95 12.313433 46.589104 $ 5,208 1097.5891 $ 4,987 $ 5,473,608 $ 5,241,271 $ 5,473,608 SAND LAKE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 1731 494 91 96 21.294363 37.869896 $ 5,116 531.8699 $ 4,752 $ 2,527,304 $ 2,347,356 $ 2,527,304 GULF GATE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 58 271 776 92 81 30.179028 84.308133 $ 8,176 860.30813 $ 7,375 $ 6,344,576 $ 5,722,823 $ 6,344,576 LORETTO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 16 301 1223 92 84 11.745514 51.713148 $ 5,245 1274.7131 $ 5,032 $ 6,414,635 $ 6,154,403 $ 6,414,635 TOMOKA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 64 734 865 92 85 34.668192 107.95675 $ 5,002 972.95675 $ 4,447 $ 4,326,730 $ 3,846,647 $ 4,326,730 WESTCHESTER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 2681 1096 92 85 20.733945 81.807853 $ 5,716 1177.8079 $ 5,319 $ 6,264,736 $ 5,829,602 $ 6,264,736 PORT ORANGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 64 4934 475 92 86 33.817427 57.827801 $ 5,696 532.8278 $ 5,078 $ 2,705,600 $ 2,411,961 $ 2,705,600 HOLLEY NAVARRE INTERMEDIATE SS NPW 57 271 684 92 86 32.653061 80.404898 $ 5,317 764.4049 $ 4,758 $ 3,636,828 $ 3,254,284 $ 3,636,828 HENDRICKS AVENUE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 16 711 644 92 86 15.254237 35.365424 $ 5,834 679.36542 $ 5,530 $ 3,757,096 $ 3,561,515 $ 3,757,096 MACFARLANE PARK ELEMENTARY MAGNET SCHOOL SS NPW 29 60 395 92 88 26.666667 37.92 $ 5,641 432.92 $ 5,147 $ 2,228,195 $ 2,033,025 $ 2,228,195 STONE LAKES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 1771 1042 92 88 22.077922 82.818701 $ 5,024 1124.8187 $ 4,654 $ 5,235,008 $ 4,849,562 $ 5,235,008 ROCK CRUSHER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 9 191 732 92 89 43.929059 115.76186 $ 5,538 847.76186 $ 4,782 $ 4,053,816 $ 3,500,268 $ 4,053,816 DESTIN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 46 131 869 92 89 16.842105 52.688842 $ 6,108 921.68884 $ 5,759 $ 5,307,852 $ 5,004,426 $ 5,307,852 DR. PHILLIPS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 1591 636 92 89 13.219285 30.266874 $ 5,899 666.26687 $ 5,631 $ 3,751,764 $ 3,581,331 $ 3,751,764 CURLEW CREEK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 52 851 627 92 90 28.10559 63.439938 $ 6,233 690.43994 $ 5,660 $ 3,908,091 $ 3,549,002 $ 3,908,091

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235 AUDUBON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 5 4051 631 92 90 21.09375 47.916563 $ 5,486 678.91656 $ 5,099 $ 3,461,666 $ 3,217,349 $ 3,461,666 BAY MEADOWS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 1071 514 92 90 18.725869 34.650347 $ 7,073 548.65035 $ 6,626 $ 3,635,522 $ 3,405,918 $ 3,635,522 LEEWOOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 13 2881 607 92 90 12.913907 28.21947 $ 6,877 635.21947 $ 6,571 $ 4,174,339 $ 3,988,895 $ 4,174,339 BEACHLAND ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 31 61 549 92 91 28.675136 56.673539 $ 6,323 605.67354 $ 5,731 $ 3,471,327 $ 3,146,511 $ 3,471,327 LAKE WHITNEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 1571 999 92 91 10.362173 37.266519 $ 5,218 1036.2665 $ 5,030 $ 5,212,782 $ 5,025,318 $ 5,212,782 PALM CITY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 43 61 900 92 91 7.3626374 23.854945 $ 5,285 923.85495 $ 5,149 $ 4,756,500 $ 4,633,682 $ 4,756,500 CANOPY OAKS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 37 1161 713 92 92 30.567082 78.459585 $ 5,674 791.45959 $ 5,112 $ 4,045,562 $ 3,644,514 $ 4,045,562 INDIAN TRACE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 3181 772 92 92 12.873862 35.779038 $ 6,599 807.77904 $ 6,307 $ 5,094,428 $ 4,868,780 $ 5,094,428 CARILLON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 59 441 802 92 92 12.29611 35.50133 $ 5,304 837.50133 $ 5,079 $ 4,253,808 $ 4,073,491 $ 4,253,808 LAKE SYBELIA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 1221 512 93 84 38.113208 70.250264 $ 7,253 582.25026 $ 6,378 $ 3,713,536 $ 3,265,487 $ 3,713,536 BRATT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 17 101 390 93 86 62.402089 87.612533 $ 6,345 477.61253 $ 5,181 $ 2,474,550 $ 2,020,622 $ 2,474,550 BESSEY CREEK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 43 331 803 93 86 6.3591022 18.382893 $ 5,087 821.38289 $ 4,973 $ 4,084,861 $ 3,993,440 $ 4,084,861 GARDEN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 58 381 638 93 87 32.956381 75.694216 $ 7,379 713.69422 $ 6,596 $ 4,707,802 $ 4,208,494 $ 4,707,802 CLAYWELL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 29 861 851 93 87 28.938156 88.654936 $ 5,539 939.65494 $ 5,016 $ 4,713,689 $ 4,268,960 $ 4,713,689 OCEAN PALMS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 55 391 789 93 87 3.6432161 10.348191 $ 5,370 799.34819 $ 5,300 $ 4,236,930 $ 4,182,080 $ 4,236,930

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236 FLOROSA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 46 631 627 93 88 40.350877 91.08 $ 6,144 718.08 $ 5,365 $ 3,852,288 $ 3,363,671 $ 3,852,288 TIMBER TRACE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 50 2011 913 93 88 24.160347 79.410228 $ 5,929 992.41023 $ 5,455 $ 5,413,177 $ 4,980,028 $ 5,413,177 TIMBERLIN CREEK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 55 451 1220 93 88 4.0683483 17.868186 $ 5,269 1237.8682 $ 5,193 $ 6,428,180 $ 6,335,392 $ 6,428,180 CALOOSA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 36 571 984 93 89 41.482966 146.94926 $ 6,310 1130.9493 $ 5,490 $ 6,209,040 $ 5,402,272 $ 6,209,040 LINCOLN AVENUE ACADEMY SS NPW 53 251 518 93 90 20.682731 38.569157 $ 6,107 556.56916 $ 5,684 $ 3,163,426 $ 2,944,207 $ 3,163,426 LAWTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 59 131 882 93 90 17.988827 57.118123 $ 5,291 939.11812 $ 4,969 $ 4,666,662 $ 4,382,831 $ 4,666,662 ROBERT WILLIS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 41 801 475 93 90 6.5843621 11.259259 $ 5,978 486.25926 $ 5,840 $ 2,839,550 $ 2,773,801 $ 2,839,550 ROBERTS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 37 1171 771 93 92 16.40625 45.537188 $ 5,754 816.53719 $ 5,433 $ 4,436,334 $ 4,188,926 $ 4,436,334 GORRIE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 29 1681 569 93 92 12.567325 25.742908 $ 5,074 594.74291 $ 4,854 $ 2,887,106 $ 2,762,140 $ 2,887,106 DESOTO TRAIL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 37 511 615 93 92 10.858995 24.041815 $ 6,046 639.04182 $ 5,819 $ 3,718,290 $ 3,578,402 $ 3,718,290 LEILA DAVIS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 52 991 759 93 93 21.91601 59.883307 $ 5,573 818.88331 $ 5,165 $ 4,229,907 $ 3,920,582 $ 4,229,907 JERRY THOMAS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 50 1651 817 93 93 20.121951 59.182683 $ 6,236 876.18268 $ 5,815 $ 5,094,812 $ 4,750,678 $ 5,094,812 EMBASSY CREEK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 3191 851 93 93 9.9526066 30.490806 $ 5,826 881.49081 $ 5,624 $ 4,957,926 $ 4,786,431 $ 4,957,926 BAUDER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 52 151 791 93 95 20.101138 57.24 $ 5,373 848.24 $ 5,010 $ 4,250,043 $ 3,963,246 $ 4,250,043 EAGLE POINT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 3461 1268 93 95 18.378378 83.893622 $ 5,358 1351.8936 $ 5,026 $ 6,793,944 $ 6,372,336 $ 6,793,944

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237 MABRY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 29 2601 724 93 95 13.424658 34.990027 $ 5,036 758.99003 $ 4,804 $ 3,646,064 $ 3,477,978 $ 3,646,064 HOMOSASSA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 9 71 366 94 88 63.072776 83.10469 $ 6,997 449.10469 $ 5,702 $ 2,560,902 $ 2,087,019 $ 2,560,902 ROBERT M. PATERSON ELEMENTARY SS NPW 10 471 1065 94 88 12.356322 47.374138 $ 5,457 1112.3741 $ 5,225 $ 5,811,705 $ 5,564,194 $ 5,811,705 ORANGE PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 10 201 546 94 88 5.2536232 10.326522 $ 5,841 556.32652 $ 5,733 $ 3,189,186 $ 3,129,988 $ 3,189,186 INDIALANTIC ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 5 6081 779 94 89 12.071156 33.852351 $ 5,372 812.85235 $ 5,148 $ 4,184,788 $ 4,010,507 $ 4,184,788 ANTIOCH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 46 751 866 94 91 23.302108 72.646651 $ 5,966 938.64665 $ 5,504 $ 5,166,556 $ 4,766,690 $ 5,166,556 ASHTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 58 301 877 94 91 20.527523 64.809495 $ 6,868 941.8095 $ 6,395 $ 6,023,236 $ 5,608,754 $ 6,023,236 WOODLANDS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 59 591 815 94 91 19.65812 57.676923 $ 5,110 872.67692 $ 4,772 $ 4,164,650 $ 3,889,400 $ 4,164,650 SURFSIDE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 5 6061 419 94 91 16.097561 24.281561 $ 6,489 443.28156 $ 6,134 $ 2,718,891 $ 2,569,959 $ 2,718,891 HIDDEN OAK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 1 482 756 94 92 17.609254 47.925347 $ 4,993 803.92535 $ 4,695 $ 3,774,708 $ 3,549,682 $ 3,774,708 PALM LAKE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 961 664 94 95 21.133231 50.516876 $ 6,238 714.51688 $ 5,797 $ 4,142,032 $ 3,849,187 $ 4,142,032 EVANS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 59 111 852 94 95 12.57414 38.567402 $ 5,061 890.5674 $ 4,842 $ 4,311,972 $ 4,125,235 $ 4,311,972 BROOKSHIRE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 751 549 95 85 23.639775 46.721651 $ 7,512 595.72165 $ 6,923 $ 4,124,088 $ 3,800,641 $ 4,124,088 BUCK LAKE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 37 521 869 95 88 8.9552239 28.015522 $ 5,672 897.01552 $ 5,495 $ 4,928,968 $ 4,775,027 $ 4,928,968 CHALLENGER 7 ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 5 191 522 95 89 30.933852 58.130895 $ 5,824 580.13089 $ 5,240 $ 3,040,128 $ 2,735,498 $ 3,040,128

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238 BARTOW ELEMENTARY ACADEMY SS NPW 53 941 404 95 90 27.722772 40.32 $ 7,031 444.32 $ 6,393 $ 2,840,524 $ 2,582,759 $ 2,840,524 DR N H JONES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 42 311 753 95 92 20.721925 56.172995 $ 6,448 809.17299 $ 6,000 $ 4,855,344 $ 4,518,285 $ 4,855,344 BINKS FOREST ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 50 2561 1178 95 92 6.1447811 26.058788 $ 5,850 1204.0588 $ 5,723 $ 6,891,300 $ 6,742,155 $ 6,891,300 HICKORY CREEK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 55 501 661 95 92 5.2083333 12.39375 $ 6,230 673.39375 $ 6,115 $ 4,118,030 $ 4,042,238 $ 4,118,030 SABAL POINT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 59 581 816 95 93 5.1724138 15.194483 $ 5,168 831.19448 $ 5,074 $ 4,217,088 $ 4,139,998 $ 4,217,088 OCEAN BREEZE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 5 6071 535 95 94 15.384615 29.630769 $ 5,586 564.63077 $ 5,293 $ 2,988,510 $ 2,831,679 $ 2,988,510 SEA GATE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 11 171 748 95 95 18.145695 48.862728 $ 7,730 796.86273 $ 7,256 $ 5,782,040 $ 5,427,492 $ 5,782,040 RIVERGLADES ELE MENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 2891 916 95 95 5.2972973 17.468368 $ 5,627 933.46837 $ 5,522 $ 5,154,332 $ 5,057,877 $ 5,154,332 DOMMERICH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 1181 699 95 97 15.558699 39.151909 $ 5,783 738.15191 $ 5,476 $ 4,042,317 $ 3,827,911 $ 4,042,317 CORAL GABLES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 13 961 687 96 92 20.704846 51.207225 $ 7,872 738.20722 $ 7,326 $ 5,408,064 $ 5,032,923 $ 5,408,064 CLARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 29 851 635 96 92 16.383308 37.452241 $ 5,024 672.45224 $ 4,744 $ 3,190,240 $ 3,012,560 $ 3,190,240 PARTIN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 59 701 793 96 92 7.0197044 20.039852 $ 5,173 813.03985 $ 5,045 $ 4,102,189 $ 4,001,078 $ 4,102,189 GULF BREEZE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 57 101 706 96 93 8.4648494 21.514261 $ 5,891 727.51426 $ 5,717 $ 4,159,046 $ 4,036,053 $ 4,159,046 ORIOLE BEACH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 57 311 787 96 94 23.273657 65.938926 $ 6,167 852.93893 $ 5,690 $ 4,853,429 $ 4,478,221 $ 4,853,429 TATUM RIDGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 58 1282 766 96 94 13.78866 38.023608 $ 7,225 804.02361 $ 6,883 $ 5,534,350 $ 5,272,621 $ 5,534,350

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239 GEMINI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 5 6101 583 96 97 8.3892617 17.607383 $ 5,962 600.60738 $ 5,787 $ 3,475,846 $ 3,373,948 $ 3,475,846 DEL PRADO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 50 1741 851 96 98 9.8837209 30.279767 $ 6,238 881.27977 $ 6,024 $ 5,308,538 $ 5,126,143 $ 5,308,538 BLUEWATER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 46 741 665 97 92 10.222222 24.472 $ 6,438 689.472 $ 6,209 $ 4,281,270 $ 4,129,311 $ 4,281,270 HAWKS RISE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 37 1131 866 97 96 9.1732729 28.598596 $ 5,956 894.5986 $ 5,766 $ 5,157,896 $ 4,993,008 $ 5,157,896 WATERS EDGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 50 31 961 97 96 5.6308655 19.480542 $ 6,218 980.48054 $ 6,094 $ 5,975,498 $ 5,856,775 $ 5,975,498 GILCHRIST ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 37 381 917 97 98 16.022099 52.892155 $ 5,438 969.89215 $ 5,141 $ 4,986,646 $ 4,714,704 $ 4,986,646 TARPON SPRINGS FUNDAMENTAL ELE SS NPW 52 4661 278 98 92 8.2733813 8.28 $ 6,437 286.28 $ 6,251 $ 1,789,486 $ 1,737,729 $ 1,789,486 WILLIAM S. TALBOT ELEM SCHOOL SS NPW 1 561 735 98 96 13.858696 36.670109 $ 5,775 771.67011 $ 5,501 $ 4,244,625 $ 4,042,919 $ 4,244,625 SUNTREE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 5 3121 791 98 97 3.5980149 10.245707 $ 5,750 801.24571 $ 5,676 $ 4,548,250 $ 4,490,091 $ 4,548,250 JACKSONVILLE BEACH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 16 1441 613 98 98 5.3921569 11.899412 $ 6,977 624.89941 $ 6,844 $ 4,276,901 $ 4,195,460 $ 4,276,901 ROBERT L. STEVENSON ELEMENTARY SS NPW 5 4071 261 99 98 8.9147287 8.3762791 $ 6,433 269.37628 $ 6,233 $ 1,679,013 $ 1,626,804 $ 1,679,013 NS Count 383 NS Mean 63.6 61.0 76.43 $ 6,732 $ 5,276 $ 4,069,964,105 $ 3,420,862,826 $ 4,506,031,368 SS Count 547 SS Mean 85.1 81.2 40.17 $ 6,149 $ 5,376 Total Expenditures Total Expenditures Total Expenditures NS Count > 55.10 358 63.0 60.7 78.26 $ 6,783 $ 5,335 Total NS and SS 930 76.2 72.9 55.10 $ 6,389 $ 5,289 $ 649,101,279 $ 436,067,263 Mean Mean Mean Mean Expenditures N eeded Expenditures Needed High $ 9,262 Low $ 4,976

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241 High Schools SS or NS PW or NPW District Number School Number October Membership Above or Below Median Regular Per Pupil Expenditure Total Regular Per Pupil Expenditure Per Pupil Expenditures for McLoone Before Total Expenditures for Mcloone Index Before KELSEY L. PHARR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 13 4401 484 Above $ 9,262 $ 4,482,808 $ 9,262 $ 4,482,808 VILLAGE OAKS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 11 341 622 Above $ 9,260 $ 5,759,720 $ 9,260 $ 5,759,720 NORTH SUMTER INTERMEDIATE NS PW 60 102 252 Above $ 9,152 $ 2,306,304 $ 9,152 $ 2,306,304 LOVE GROVE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 16 821 473 Above $ 9,089 $ 4,299,097 $ 9,089 $ 4,299,097 SILVER BLUFF ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 13 5041 634 Above $ 9,061 $ 5,744,674 $ 9,061 $ 5,744,674 CARIBBEAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 13 661 876 Above $ 9,060 $ 7,936,560 $ 9,060 $ 7,936,560 LUDLAM ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 13 3061 568 Above $ 9,058 $ 5,144,944 $ 9,058 $ 5,144,944 SIGSBEE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 44 181 260 Above $ 9,012 $ 2,343,120 $ 9,012 $ 2,343,120 CITRUS GROVE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 13 801 1051 Above $ 8,948 $ 9,404,348 $ 8,948 $ 9,404,348 PINE VILLA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 13 4461 801 Above $ 8,940 $ 7,160,940 $ 8,940 $ 7,160,940 NORLAND ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 13 3701 739 Above $ 8,934 $ 6,602,226 $ 8,934 $ 6,602,226

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242 LAKE STEVENS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 13 2801 500 Above $ 8,927 $ 4,463,500 $ 8,927 $ 4,463,500 GLADE VIEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 50 1251 402 Above $ 8,920 $ 3,585,840 $ 8,920 $ 3,585,840 JUSTINA ROAD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 16 2151 352 Above $ 8,912 $ 3,137,024 $ 8,912 $ 3,137,024 PERKINS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 52 1471 588 Above $ 8,817 $ 5,184,396 $ 8,817 $ 5,184,396 BENT TREE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 13 271 628 Above $ 8,800 $ 5,526,400 $ 8,800 $ 5,526,400 LORAH PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 13 3041 543 Above $ 8,786 $ 4,770,798 $ 8,786 $ 4,770,798 NORTH GLADE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 13 3861 573 Above $ 8,781 $ 5,031,513 $ 8,781 $ 5,031,513 OCEAN CITY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 46 551 443 Above $ 8,763 $ 3,882,009 $ 8,763 $ 3,882,009 TILDENVILLE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 48 361 635 Above $ 8,738 $ 5,548,630 $ 8,738 $ 5,548,630 ROBERT RUSSA MOTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 13 3541 656 Above $ 8,724 $ 5,722,944 $ 8,724 $ 5,722,944 GAUSE RIVERSIDE ACADEMY NS PW 53 1492 74 Above $ 8,704 $ 644,096 $ 8,704 $ 644,096 H. G. BROWN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 19 101 224 Above $ 8,657 $ 1,939,168 $ 8,657 $ 1,939,168 AIR BASE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 13 41 719 Above $ 8,622 $ 6,199,218 $ 8,622 $ 6,199,218 CAROL CITY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 13 681 661 Above $ 8,618 $ 5,696,498 $ 8,618 $ 5,696,498 WILLIAM S. MAXEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 48 1321 294 Above $ 8,606 $ 2,530,164 $ 8,606 $ 2,530,164 VENETIA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 16 681 357 Above $ 8,557 $ 3,054,849 $ 8,557 $ 3,054,849 MIAMI SHORES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 13 3341 793 Above $ 8,535 $ 6,768,255 $ 8,535 $ 6,768,255 CAHOON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 681 402 Above $ 8,508 $ 3,420,216 $ 8,508 $ 3,420,216 NARANJA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 13 3621 647 Above $ 8,498 $ 5,498,206 $ 8,498 $ 5,498,206 GEORGE S. HALLMARK ELEMENTARY NS PW 17 311 260 Above $ 8,486 $ 2,206,360 $ 8,486 $ 2,206,360

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243 SOUTH WARD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 52 4281 292 Above $ 8,435 $ 2,463,020 $ 8,435 $ 2,463,020 LAKE SILVER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 521 541 Above $ 8,419 $ 4,554,679 $ 8,419 $ 4,554,679 PARKVIEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 13 4301 474 Above $ 8,411 $ 3,986,814 $ 8,411 $ 3,986,814 ROYAL GREEN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 13 4741 795 Above $ 8,406 $ 6,682,770 $ 8,406 $ 6,682,770 WARFIELD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 43 131 615 Above $ 8,392 $ 5,161,080 $ 8,392 $ 5,161,080 MILLVILLE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 3 181 373 Above $ 8,390 $ 3,129,470 $ 8,390 $ 3,129,470 WEST RIVERSIDE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 16 121 403 Above $ 8,383 $ 3,378,349 $ 8,383 $ 3,378,349 BELLEAIR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 52 371 535 Above $ 8,367 $ 4,476,345 $ 8,367 $ 4,476,345 PICKETT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 16 2051 281 Above $ 8,363 $ 2,350,003 $ 8,363 $ 2,350,003 LABELLE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 26 151 618 Above $ 8,355 $ 5,163,390 $ 8,355 $ 5,163,390 RAINBOW PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 13 4541 571 Above $ 8,315 $ 4,747,865 $ 8,315 $ 4,747,865 W. A. METCALFE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 1 101 423 Above $ 8,310 $ 3,515,130 $ 8,310 $ 3,515,130 WALTON SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 66 271 707 Above $ 8,258 $ 5,838,406 $ 8,258 $ 5,838,406 ANTHONY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 42 71 333 Above $ 8,251 $ 2,747,583 $ 8,251 $ 2,747,583 ST. JOHNS TECHNICAL HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 55 33 236 Above $ 8,245 $ 1,945,820 $ 8,245 $ 1,945,820 AVOCADO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 13 161 1121 Above $ 8,227 $ 9,222,467 $ 8,227 $ 9,222,467 CAPE VIEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 5 5031 369 Above $ 8,225 $ 3,035,025 $ 8,225 $ 3,035,025 GOVE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 50 1241 900 Above $ 8,222 $ 7,399,800 $ 8,222 $ 7,399,800 KINLOCH PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 13 2781 880 Above $ 8,212 $ 7,226,560 $ 8,212 $ 7,226,560 FRANCES WAKELAND ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 41 571 392 Above $ 8,181 $ 3,206,952 $ 8,181 $ 3,206,952

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244 GULF GATE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 58 271 776 Above $ 8,176 $ 6,344,576 $ 8,176 $ 6,344,576 FERN CREEK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 48 181 424 Above $ 8,162 $ 3,460,688 $ 8,162 $ 3,460,688 PALM LAKES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 13 4241 927 Above $ 8,140 $ 7,545,780 $ 8,140 $ 7,545,780 INTERNATIONAL BACCALAUREATE SS NPW 53 903 278 Above $ 8,109 $ 2,254,302 $ 8,109 $ 2,254,302 MARJORY STONEMAN DOUGLAS ELEM SS NPW 13 1371 1132 Above $ 8,099 $ 9,168,068 $ 8,099 $ 9,168,068 SANDERS PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 6 891 529 Above $ 8,079 $ 4,273,791 $ 8,079 $ 4,273,791 DILLARD HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 6 371 2144 Above $ 8,078 $ 17,319,232 $ 8,078 $ 17,319,232 BANK OF AMERICA LEARNING ACADEMY SS NPW 16 2661 182 Above $ 8,073 $ 1,469,286 $ 8,073 $ 1,469,286 BOWMAN FOSTER ASHE ELEMENTARY SS NPW 13 451 1257 Above $ 8,067 $ 10,140,219 $ 8,067 $ 10,140,219 S. D. SPADY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 50 881 635 Above $ 8,066 $ 5,121,910 $ 8,066 $ 5,121,910 RIO VISTA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 52 3561 417 Above $ 8,029 $ 3,348,093 $ 8,029 $ 3,348,093 KALEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 48 211 314 Above $ 7,997 $ 2,511,058 $ 7,997 $ 2,511,058 LABELLE MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 26 20 782 Above $ 7,995 $ 6,252,090 $ 7,995 $ 6,252,090 NORTH WARD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 52 2741 277 Above $ 7,994 $ 2,214,338 $ 7,994 $ 2,214,338 MANATEE MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 11 422 548 Above $ 7,993 $ 4,380,164 $ 7,993 $ 4,380,164 NORTHWESTERN MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 16 1551 758 Above $ 7,986 $ 6,053,388 $ 7,986 $ 6,053,388 KENDALE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 13 2641 548 Above $ 7,974 $ 4,369,752 $ 7,974 $ 4,369,752 UNION ACADEMY SS NPW 53 971 385 Above $ 7,971 $ 3,068,835 $ 7,971 $ 3,068,835 PINE ISLAND ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 36 341 358 Above $ 7,964 $ 2,851,112 $ 7,964 $ 2,851,112 ENGELWOOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 48 681 511 Above $ 7,963 $ 4,069,093 $ 7,963 $ 4,069,093

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245 WILKINSON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 58 291 717 Above $ 7,942 $ 5,694,414 $ 7,942 $ 5,694,414 ANNA MARIA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 41 31 314 Above $ 7,934 $ 2,491,276 $ 7,934 $ 2,491,276 WRIGHT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 46 281 568 Above $ 7,914 $ 4,495,152 $ 7,914 $ 4,495,152 FELLSMERE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 31 101 567 Above $ 7,912 $ 4,486,104 $ 7,912 $ 4,486,104 GOLDEN GATE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 11 231 880 Above $ 7,893 $ 6,945,840 $ 7,893 $ 6,945,840 BLANTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 52 391 616 Above $ 7,891 $ 4,860,856 $ 7,891 $ 4,860,856 SPARR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 42 381 411 Above $ 7,890 $ 3,242,790 $ 7,890 $ 3,242,790 RONALD W. REAGAN/DORAL SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 13 7241 818 Above $ 7,888 $ 6,452,384 $ 7,888 $ 6,452,384 GREENVILLE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 40 91 143 Above $ 7,881 $ 1,126,983 $ 7,881 $ 1,126,983 SADLER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 48 1261 886 Above $ 7,880 $ 6,981,680 $ 7,880 $ 6,981,680 SOUTH WALTON HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 66 153 510 Above $ 7,874 $ 4,015,740 $ 7,874 $ 4,015,740 TUTTLE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 58 201 789 Above $ 7,873 $ 6,211,797 $ 7,873 $ 6,211,797 CORAL GABLES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 13 961 687 Above $ 7,872 $ 5,408,064 $ 7,872 $ 5,408,064 BOOKER HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 58 85 1717 Above $ 7,867 $ 13,507,639 $ 7,867 $ 13,507,639 HYDE PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 16 771 481 Above $ 7,865 $ 3,783,065 $ 7,865 $ 3,783,065 FORT PIERCE CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 56 161 1590 Above $ 7,864 $ 12,503,760 $ 7,864 $ 12,503,760 LAKE WORTH COMMUNITY MIDDLE NS PW 50 2131 846 Above $ 7,859 $ 6,648,714 $ 7,859 $ 6,648,714 HIGHLAND ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 50 671 794 Above $ 7,855 $ 6,236,870 $ 7,855 $ 6,236,870 BROOKSIDE MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 58 111 1097 Above $ 7,847 $ 8,608,159 $ 7,847 $ 8,608,159 HIALEAH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 13 2361 892 Above $ 7,843 $ 6,995,956 $ 7,843 $ 6,995,956

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246 HARBORDALE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 491 384 Above $ 7,818 $ 3,002,112 $ 7,818 $ 3,002,112 COUNTRY OAKS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 26 191 825 Above $ 7,814 $ 6,446,550 $ 7,814 $ 6,446,550 VENICE SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 58 221 2130 Above $ 7,813 $ 16,641,690 $ 7,813 $ 16,641,690 GRAHAM ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 1761 394 Above $ 7,811 $ 3,077,534 $ 7,811 $ 3,077,534 DANIA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 6 101 555 Above $ 7,808 $ 4,333,440 $ 7,808 $ 4,333,440 PAHOKEE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 50 1101 614 Above $ 7,804 $ 4,791,656 $ 7,804 $ 4,791,656 PINE ESTATES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 16 2501 324 Above $ 7,804 $ 2,528,496 $ 7,804 $ 2,528,496 ROCKWAY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 13 4721 548 Above $ 7,802 $ 4,275,496 $ 7,802 $ 4,275,496 VENICE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 58 211 654 Above $ 7,793 $ 5,096,622 $ 7,793 $ 5,096,622 BELLE GLADE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 50 2401 646 Above $ 7,792 $ 5,033,632 $ 7,792 $ 5,033,632 PIONEER PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 50 2371 501 Above $ 7,790 $ 3,902,790 $ 7,790 $ 3,902,790 LANIER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 2361 399 Above $ 7,790 $ 3,108,210 $ 7,790 $ 3,108,210 WESCONNETT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 16 571 284 Above $ 7,786 $ 2,211,224 $ 7,786 $ 2,211,224 SAINT CLAIR EVANS ACADEMY NS PW 16 1241 528 Above $ 7,774 $ 4,104,672 $ 7,774 $ 4,104,672 GLORIA FLOYD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 13 2021 704 Above $ 7,772 $ 5,471,488 $ 7,772 $ 5,471,488 BISCAYNE GARDENS ELEMENTARY NS PW 13 361 916 Above $ 7,755 $ 7,103,580 $ 7,755 $ 7,103,580 MUNSON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 57 161 101 Above $ 7,752 $ 782,952 $ 7,752 $ 782,952 GULF BEACHES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 52 1641 358 Above $ 7,751 $ 2,774,858 $ 7,751 $ 2,774,858 O. J. SEMMES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 17 471 338 Above $ 7,746 $ 2,618,148 $ 7,746 $ 2,618,148 CHEROKEE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 46 161 367 Above $ 7,742 $ 2,841,314 $ 7,742 $ 2,841,314

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247 FULFORD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 13 2081 717 Above $ 7,740 $ 5,549,580 $ 7,740 $ 5,549,580 PINELOCH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 48 231 689 Above $ 7,739 $ 5,332,171 $ 7,739 $ 5,332,171 OJUS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 13 4061 842 Above $ 7,735 $ 6,512,870 $ 7,735 $ 6,512,870 EVANS HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 48 671 2351 Above $ 7,733 $ 18,180,283 $ 7,733 $ 18,180,283 SEA GATE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 11 171 748 Above $ 7,730 $ 5,782,040 $ 7,730 $ 5,782,040 MAXIMO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 52 2281 684 Above $ 7,714 $ 5,276,376 $ 7,714 $ 5,276,376 LEE ELEMENTARY MAGNET SCHOOL NS PW 29 2401 405 Above $ 7,711 $ 3,122,955 $ 7,711 $ 3,122,955 DESOTO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 1081 388 Above $ 7,704 $ 2,989,152 $ 7,704 $ 2,989,152 WEST BAY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 3 261 319 Above $ 7,690 $ 2,453,110 $ 7,690 $ 2,453,110 REDONDO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 13 4611 949 Above $ 7,676 $ 7,284,524 $ 7,676 $ 7,284,524 SPRINGFIELD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 3 231 442 Above $ 7,675 $ 3,392,350 $ 7,675 $ 3,392,350 PENSACOLA HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 17 411 1461 Above $ 7,654 $ 11,182,494 $ 7,654 $ 11,182,494 SEA PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 5 6051 293 Above $ 7,653 $ 2,242,329 $ 7,653 $ 2,242,329 NEIL ARMSTRONG ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 8 111 594 Above $ 7,648 $ 4,542,912 $ 7,648 $ 4,542,912 CHARLES DAVID WYCHE, JR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 13 5991 1104 Above $ 7,640 $ 8,434,560 $ 7,640 $ 8,434,560 SOUTH MIAMI HEIGHTS ELEMENTARY NS PW 13 5281 758 Above $ 7,638 $ 5,789,604 $ 7,638 $ 5,789,604 MAYS COMMUNITY MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 13 6431 781 Above $ 7,637 $ 5,964,497 $ 7,637 $ 5,964,497 WILDWOOD HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 60 161 484 Above $ 7,628 $ 3,691,952 $ 7,628 $ 3,691,952 TYRONE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 52 4591 642 Above $ 7,628 $ 4,897,176 $ 7,628 $ 4,897,176 CLEVELAND ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 881 369 Above $ 7,615 $ 2,809,935 $ 7,615 $ 2,809,935

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248 WIMAUMA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 4841 603 Above $ 7,614 $ 4,591,242 $ 7,614 $ 4,591,242 STONE MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 5 2071 684 Above $ 7,606 $ 5,202,504 $ 7,606 $ 5,202,504 HOMESTEAD MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 13 6251 1162 Above $ 7,605 $ 8,837,010 $ 7,605 $ 8,837,010 MAYPORT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 16 2271 568 Above $ 7,604 $ 4,319,072 $ 7,604 $ 4,319,072 HIBISCUS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 13 2401 577 Above $ 7,594 $ 4,381,738 $ 7,594 $ 4,381,738 CEDAR GROVE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 3 91 558 Above $ 7,587 $ 4,233,546 $ 7,587 $ 4,233,546 CLEWISTON HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 26 201 1027 Above $ 7,585 $ 7,789,795 $ 7,585 $ 7,789,795 BENNETT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 201 448 Above $ 7,577 $ 3,394,496 $ 7,577 $ 3,394,496 ARLINGTON HEIGHTS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 16 2401 582 Above $ 7,568 $ 4,404,576 $ 7,568 $ 4,404,576 LAKE ALFRED ADDAIR MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 53 1662 608 Above $ 7,567 $ 4,600,736 $ 7,567 $ 4,600,736 MIDWAY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 59 301 409 Above $ 7,567 $ 3,094,903 $ 7,567 $ 3,094,903 WILLIAM D. MOSELEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 54 81 281 Above $ 7,564 $ 2,125,484 $ 7,564 $ 2,125,484 JOE HALL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 13 2341 776 Above $ 7,563 $ 5,868,888 $ 7,563 $ 5,868,888 GEORGE WASHINGTON CARVER MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 13 6071 954 Above $ 7,560 $ 7,212,240 $ 7,560 $ 7,212,240 ORLO VISTA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 48 271 649 Above $ 7,560 $ 4,906,440 $ 7,560 $ 4,906,440 FISHWEIR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 16 201 329 Above $ 7,556 $ 2,485,924 $ 7,556 $ 2,485,924 EAST ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 8 81 563 Above $ 7,553 $ 4,252,339 $ 7,553 $ 4,252,339 ARCHER COMMUNITY SCHOOL NS PW 1 171 347 Above $ 7,544 $ 2,617,768 $ 7,544 $ 2,617,768 GADSDEN ELEMENTARY MAGNET SCHOOL SS NPW 20 101 149 Above $ 7,542 $ 1,123,758 $ 7,542 $ 1,123,758 PASCO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 51 61 708 Above $ 7,541 $ 5,339,028 $ 7,541 $ 5,339,028

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249 NIBLACK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 12 161 339 Above $ 7,537 $ 2,555,043 $ 7,537 $ 2,555,043 MOORE HAVEN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 22 51 440 Above $ 7,535 $ 3,315,400 $ 7,535 $ 3,315,400 GREENGLADE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 13 2261 731 Above $ 7,533 $ 5,506,623 $ 7,533 $ 5,506,623 JAMES TILLMAN ELEMENTARY MAGNET SCHOOL NS PW 41 521 548 Above $ 7,513 $ 4,117,124 $ 7,513 $ 4,117,124 BROOKSHIRE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 751 549 Above $ 7,512 $ 4,124,088 $ 7,512 $ 4,124,088 C. A. WEIS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 17 572 511 Above $ 7,511 $ 3,838,121 $ 7,511 $ 3,838,121 SARASOTA HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 58 51 2662 Above $ 7,498 $ 19,959,676 $ 7,498 $ 19,959,676 CHIARAMONTE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 771 353 Above $ 7,495 $ 2,645,735 $ 7,495 $ 2,645,735 BIG CYPRESS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 11 331 951 Above $ 7,485 $ 7,118,235 $ 7,485 $ 7,118,235 COCOA HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 5 1121 1272 Above $ 7,483 $ 9,518,376 $ 7,483 $ 9,518,376 FORT LAUDERDALE HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 6 951 1650 Above $ 7,477 $ 12,337,050 $ 7,477 $ 12,337,050 SKYCREST ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 52 4121 653 Above $ 7,477 $ 4,882,481 $ 7,477 $ 4,882,481 CROOKSHANK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 55 21 523 Above $ 7,473 $ 3,908,379 $ 7,473 $ 3,908,379 JOHN LOVE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 16 731 263 Above $ 7,458 $ 1,961,454 $ 7,458 $ 1,961,454 SUNSET PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 13 5421 688 Above $ 7,453 $ 5,127,664 $ 7,453 $ 5,127,664 FOREST PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 50 831 493 Above $ 7,451 $ 3,673,343 $ 7,451 $ 3,673,343 DUNBAR HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 36 831 850 Above $ 7,450 $ 6,332,500 $ 7,450 $ 6,332,500 PERSHING ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 901 400 Above $ 7,445 $ 2,978,000 $ 7,445 $ 2,978,000 GULFVIEW MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 11 61 609 Above $ 7,438 $ 4,529,742 $ 7,438 $ 4,529,742 SUNCOAST COMMUNITY HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 50 151 1293 Above $ 7,424 $ 9,599,232 $ 7,424 $ 9,599,232

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250 PLUMOSA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 50 871 374 Above $ 7,418 $ 2,774,332 $ 7,418 $ 2,774,332 MOTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 27 271 673 Above $ 7,417 $ 4,991,641 $ 7,417 $ 4,991,641 LELY HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 11 261 1560 Above $ 7,403 $ 11,548,680 $ 7,403 $ 11,548,680 NAPLES PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 11 241 924 Above $ 7,399 $ 6,836,676 $ 7,399 $ 6,836,676 HUBERT O. SIBLEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 13 5141 1022 Above $ 7,398 $ 7,560,756 $ 7,398 $ 7,560,756 MILA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 5 4031 402 Above $ 7,391 $ 2,971,182 $ 7,391 $ 2,971,182 WILLIAM M. RAINES HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 16 1651 1418 Above $ 7,381 $ 10,466,258 $ 7,381 $ 10,466,258 GARDEN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 58 381 638 Above $ 7,379 $ 4,707,802 $ 7,379 $ 4,707,802 LIBERTY COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 39 21 325 Above $ 7,375 $ 2,396,875 $ 7,375 $ 2,396,875 SHENANDOAH MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 13 6841 1124 Above $ 7,373 $ 8,287,252 $ 7,373 $ 8,287,252 NORTH DADE MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 13 6591 829 Above $ 7,371 $ 6,110,559 $ 7,371 $ 6,110,559 WHEATLEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 48 1361 466 Above $ 7,371 $ 3,434,886 $ 7,371 $ 3,434,886 DELTONA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS NPW 27 261 1010 Above $ 7,367 $ 7,440,670 $ 7,367 $ 7,440,670 NORTH SIDE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 6 41 536 Above $ 7,361 $ 3,945,496 $ 7,361 $ 3,945,496 RUFUS E. PAYNE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 16 1631 413 Above $ 7,360 $ 3,039,680 $ 7,360 $ 3,039,680 STANTON COLLEGE PREPARATORY SS NPW 16 1531 1442 Above $ 7,342 $ 10,587,164 $ 7,342 $ 10,587,164 HERBERT C. HOOVER MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 5 6082 481 Above $ 7,342 $ 3,531,502 $ 7,342 $ 3,531,502 GOLFVIEW ELEMENTARY MAGNET SCH NS PW 5 1071 602 Above $ 7,332 $ 4,413,864 $ 7,332 $ 4,413,864 OAK RIDGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 37 171 484 Above $ 7,327 $ 3,546,268 $ 7,327 $ 3,546,268 HARBOR CITY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 5 3061 415 Above $ 7,327 $ 3,040,705 $ 7,327 $ 3,040,705

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251 ROBERT C. MARKHAM ELEMENTARY NS PW 6 1671 567 Above $ 7,326 $ 4,153,842 $ 7,326 $ 4,153,842 PINE CASTLE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 411 461 Above $ 7,321 $ 3,374,981 $ 7,321 $ 3,374,981 WEST TAMPA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 4722 544 Above $ 7,318 $ 3,980,992 $ 7,318 $ 3,980,992 ENSLEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 17 271 367 Above $ 7,312 $ 2,683,504 $ 7,312 $ 2,683,504 EISENHOWER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 52 1131 721 Above $ 7,299 $ 5,262,579 $ 7,299 $ 5,262,579 VERNON HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 67 51 413 Above $ 7,296 $ 3,013,248 $ 7,296 $ 3,013,248 FESSENDEN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 42 211 497 Above $ 7,291 $ 3,623,627 $ 7,291 $ 3,623,627 EDISON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 1361 532 Above $ 7,285 $ 3,875,620 $ 7,285 $ 3,875,620 HOMESTEAD SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 13 7151 2772 Above $ 7,282 $ 20,185,704 $ 7,282 $ 20,185,704 ARTHUR ROBERT ASHE, JUNIOR MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 6 4702 883 Above $ 7,282 $ 6,430,006 $ 7,282 $ 6,430,006 ROCK ISLAND ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 6 3701 601 Above $ 7,279 $ 4,374,679 $ 7,279 $ 4,374,679 HOLLY HILL MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 64 835 647 Above $ 7,276 $ 4,707,572 $ 7,276 $ 4,707,572 SAMOSET ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 41 421 509 Above $ 7,276 $ 3,703,484 $ 7,276 $ 3,703,484 UNION COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 63 21 588 Above $ 7,271 $ 4,275,348 $ 7,271 $ 4,275,348 IMMOKALEE MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 11 361 1123 Above $ 7,268 $ 8,161,964 $ 7,268 $ 8,161,964 TICE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 36 381 677 Above $ 7,261 $ 4,915,697 $ 7,261 $ 4,915,697 RIVERLAND ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 6 151 638 Above $ 7,261 $ 4,632,518 $ 7,261 $ 4,632,518 CHUMUCKLA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 57 61 267 Above $ 7,260 $ 1,938,420 $ 7,260 $ 1,938,420 CROSS BAYOU ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 52 811 563 Above $ 7,257 $ 4,085,691 $ 7,257 $ 4,085,691 BONNER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 64 344 436 Above $ 7,256 $ 3,163,616 $ 7,256 $ 3,163,616

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252 LAKE SYBELIA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 1221 512 Above $ 7,253 $ 3,713,536 $ 7,253 $ 3,713,536 HYDE GROVE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 16 2141 550 Above $ 7,246 $ 3,985,300 $ 7,246 $ 3,985,300 CRANBERRY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 58 1271 847 Above $ 7,239 $ 6,131,433 $ 7,239 $ 6,131,433 HALLANDALE HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 6 403 1560 Above $ 7,227 $ 11,274,120 $ 7,227 $ 11,274,120 HENRY H. FILER MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 13 6171 1184 Above $ 7,226 $ 8,555,584 $ 7,226 $ 8,555,584 ATTUCKS MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 6 343 995 Above $ 7,226 $ 7,189,870 $ 7,226 $ 7,189,870 NEW HORIZONS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 50 2051 707 Above $ 7,226 $ 5,108,782 $ 7,226 $ 5,108,782 TATUM RIDGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 58 1282 766 Above $ 7,225 $ 5,534,350 $ 7,225 $ 5,534,350 WESTWARD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 50 351 534 Above $ 7,216 $ 3,853,344 $ 7,216 $ 3,853,344 CALUSA PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 11 461 1065 Above $ 7,216 $ 7,685,040 $ 7,216 $ 7,685,040 OLDSMAR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 52 2961 576 Above $ 7,214 $ 4,155,264 $ 7,214 $ 4,155,264 EAST LEE COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 36 745 899 Above $ 7,212 $ 6,483,588 $ 7,212 $ 6,483,588 WALDO COMMUNITY SCHOOL NS PW 1 291 228 Above $ 7,212 $ 1,644,336 $ 7,212 $ 1,644,336 OAKLAND PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 6 31 650 Above $ 7,212 $ 4,687,800 $ 7,212 $ 4,687,800 CITRUS GROVE MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 13 6091 1131 Above $ 7,202 $ 8,145,462 $ 7,202 $ 8,145,462 CLEWISTON MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 26 61 825 Above $ 7,202 $ 5,941,650 $ 7,202 $ 5,941,650 VENICE MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 58 451 884 Above $ 7,202 $ 6,366,568 $ 7,202 $ 6,366,568 MADISON COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 40 11 771 Above $ 7,179 $ 5,535,009 $ 7,179 $ 5,535,009 LANCASTER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 48 851 964 Above $ 7,177 $ 6,918,628 $ 7,177 $ 6,918,628 COLONIAL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 36 781 812 Above $ 7,175 $ 5,826,100 $ 7,175 $ 5,826,100

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253 SCHRADER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 51 341 602 Above $ 7,173 $ 4,318,146 $ 7,173 $ 4,318,146 WEBSTER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 60 51 614 Above $ 7,172 $ 4,403,608 $ 7,172 $ 4,403,608 GLENALLEN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 58 461 875 Above $ 7,170 $ 6,273,750 $ 7,170 $ 6,273,750 NORTH BEACH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 13 3741 1102 Above $ 7,168 $ 7,899,136 $ 7,168 $ 7,899,136 RUBEN DARIO MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 13 6121 948 Above $ 7,165 $ 6,792,420 $ 7,165 $ 6,792,420 HEIGHTS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 36 421 686 Above $ 7,164 $ 4,914,504 $ 7,164 $ 4,914,504 KINLOCH PARK MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 13 6331 1165 Above $ 7,155 $ 8,335,575 $ 7,155 $ 8,335,575 OAKRIDGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 6 461 780 Above $ 7,150 $ 5,577,000 $ 7,150 $ 5,577,000 STRANAHAN HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 6 211 1934 Above $ 7,149 $ 13,826,166 $ 7,149 $ 13,826,166 HIGH POINT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 52 1811 579 Above $ 7,149 $ 4,139,271 $ 7,149 $ 4,139,271 BEAR CREEK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 52 271 540 Above $ 7,145 $ 3,858,300 $ 7,145 $ 3,858,300 CHASCO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 51 70 645 Above $ 7,144 $ 4,607,880 $ 7,144 $ 4,607,880 OAK RIDGE HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 48 691 2179 Above $ 7,142 $ 15,562,418 $ 7,142 $ 15,562,418 NORLAND MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 13 6571 1456 Above $ 7,132 $ 10,384,192 $ 7,132 $ 10,384,192 JUST ELEMENTARY NS PW 29 282 716 Above $ 7,131 $ 5,105,796 $ 7,131 $ 5,105,796 WINEGARD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 48 1171 662 Above $ 7,119 $ 4,712,778 $ 7,119 $ 4,712,778 SPOTO HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 29 43 1090 Above $ 7,116 $ 7,756,440 $ 7,116 $ 7,756,440 FOX HOLLOW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 51 351 745 Above $ 7,106 $ 5,293,970 $ 7,106 $ 5,293,970 LOCKHART ELEMENTARY MAGNET SCHOOL NS PW 29 962 472 Above $ 7,104 $ 3,353,088 $ 7,104 $ 3,353,088 PEACE RIVER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 8 41 539 Above $ 7,100 $ 3,826,900 $ 7,100 $ 3,826,900

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254 EUGENIA B. THOMAS ELEMENTARY SS NPW 13 71 1738 Above $ 7,100 $ 12,339,800 $ 7,100 $ 12,339,800 MULLER ELEMENTARY MAGNET SCHOOL SS NPW 29 3181 394 Above $ 7,097 $ 2,796,218 $ 7,097 $ 2,796,218 JAMES A. SHANKS MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 20 211 659 Above $ 7,096 $ 4,676,264 $ 7,096 $ 4,676,264 WARRINGTON MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 17 561 621 Above $ 7,094 $ 4,405,374 $ 7,094 $ 4,405,374 DEER PARK ELEMENTARY SS NPW 29 100 412 Above $ 7,090 $ 2,921,080 $ 7,090 $ 2,921,080 ORANGE GROVE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 52 3021 386 Above $ 7,087 $ 2,735,582 $ 7,087 $ 2,735,582 SUNLAND PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 6 611 490 Above $ 7,085 $ 3,471,650 $ 7,085 $ 3,471,650 MCINTOSH MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 58 141 1106 Above $ 7,084 $ 7,834,904 $ 7,084 $ 7,834,904 DUNEDIN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 52 1071 572 Above $ 7,082 $ 4,050,904 $ 7,082 $ 4,050,904 CRESTVIEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 13 1161 885 Above $ 7,078 $ 6,264,030 $ 7,078 $ 6,264,030 ALTURAS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 53 1041 340 Above $ 7,074 $ 2,405,160 $ 7,074 $ 2,405,160 BAY MEADOWS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 1071 514 Above $ 7,073 $ 3,635,522 $ 7,073 $ 3,635,522 NORTH FORK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 6 1191 592 Above $ 7,072 $ 4,186,624 $ 7,072 $ 4,186,624 GULFSTREAM MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 6 3931 308 Above $ 7,067 $ 2,176,636 $ 7,067 $ 2,176,636 JOELLA GOOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 13 2181 1469 Above $ 7,066 $ 10,379,954 $ 7,066 $ 10,379,954 KATHLEEN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 53 1221 583 Above $ 7,066 $ 4,119,478 $ 7,066 $ 4,119,478 JEWETT MIDDLE ACADEMY MAGNET SS NPW 53 711 575 Above $ 7,064 $ 4,061,800 $ 7,064 $ 4,061,800 FRUITVILLE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 58 131 676 Above $ 7,064 $ 4,775,264 $ 7,064 $ 4,775,264 ORANGEWOOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 36 331 721 Above $ 7,055 $ 5,086,655 $ 7,055 $ 5,086,655 STARKEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 52 4331 645 Above $ 7,053 $ 4,549,185 $ 7,053 $ 4,549,185

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255 LAUDERHILL MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 6 1391 839 Above $ 7,048 $ 5,913,272 $ 7,048 $ 5,913,272 SADDLEWOOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 42 681 554 Above $ 7,044 $ 3,902,376 $ 7,044 $ 3,902,376 LAUDERDALE LAKES MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 6 1701 1037 Above $ 7,042 $ 7,302,554 $ 7,042 $ 7,302,554 LAUREL OAK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 11 391 1196 Above $ 7,040 $ 8,419,840 $ 7,040 $ 8,419,840 COLBERT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 6 231 675 Above $ 7,037 $ 4,749,975 $ 7,037 $ 4,749,975 BARTOW ELEMENTARY ACADEMY SS NPW 53 941 404 Above $ 7,031 $ 2,840,524 $ 7,031 $ 2,840,524 CLAY HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 10 341 1171 Above $ 7,021 $ 8,221,591 $ 7,021 $ 8,221,591 BARDMOOR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 52 131 607 Above $ 7,017 $ 4,259,319 $ 7,017 $ 4,259,319 ANDREW A. ROBINSON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 16 2621 836 Above $ 7,010 $ 5,860,360 $ 7,010 $ 5,860,360 VILLAS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 36 401 907 Above $ 7,009 $ 6,357,163 $ 7,009 $ 6,357,163 BELVEDERE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 50 531 564 Above $ 7,007 $ 3,951,948 $ 7,007 $ 3,951,948 ANCLOTE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 51 901 602 Above $ 7,006 $ 4,217,612 $ 7,006 $ 4,217,612 WAHNETA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 53 681 527 Above $ 7,001 $ 3,689,527 $ 7,001 $ 3,689,527 BELLE VUE MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 37 391 590 Above $ 6,998 $ 4,128,820 $ 6,998 $ 4,128,820 HOMOSASSA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 9 71 366 Above $ 6,997 $ 2,560,902 $ 6,997 $ 2,560,902 GOCIO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 58 261 900 Above $ 6,996 $ 6,296,400 $ 6,996 $ 6,296,400 ONECO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 41 261 701 Above $ 6,993 $ 4,902,093 $ 6,993 $ 4,902,093 BEAR LAKES MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 50 1981 869 Above $ 6,991 $ 6,075,179 $ 6,991 $ 6,075,179 CYPRESS LAKE MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 36 141 840 Above $ 6,990 $ 5,871,600 $ 6,990 $ 5,871,600 EGYPT LAKE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 29 1401 530 Above $ 6,990 $ 3,704,700 $ 6,990 $ 3,704,700

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256 PERRINE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 13 4381 762 Above $ 6,990 $ 5,326,380 $ 6,990 $ 5,326,380 MAMIE AGNES JONES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 16 2361 381 Above $ 6,985 $ 2,661,285 $ 6,985 $ 2,661,285 WEST HERNANDO MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 27 253 1081 Above $ 6,983 $ 7,548,623 $ 6,983 $ 7,548,623 BARTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 50 741 616 Above $ 6,981 $ 4,300,296 $ 6,981 $ 4,300,296 JACKSONVILLE BEACH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 16 1441 613 Above $ 6,977 $ 4,276,901 $ 6,977 $ 4,276,901 ETHEL KOGER BECKHAM ELEMENTARY SS NPW 13 251 818 Above $ 6,971 $ 5,702,278 $ 6,971 $ 5,702,278 PALM BEACH PUBLIC SCHOOL SS NPW 50 421 406 Above $ 6,965 $ 2,827,790 $ 6,965 $ 2,827,790 CAMPBELL MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 64 745 788 Above $ 6,964 $ 5,487,632 $ 6,964 $ 5,487,632 MORROW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 6 2691 672 Above $ 6,964 $ 4,679,808 $ 6,964 $ 4,679,808 LYNCH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 52 1421 593 Above $ 6,959 $ 4,126,687 $ 6,959 $ 4,126,687 VINEYARDS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 11 371 968 Above $ 6,957 $ 6,734,376 $ 6,957 $ 6,734,376 LAKE WORTH HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 50 691 2382 Above $ 6,949 $ 16,552,518 $ 6,949 $ 16,552,518 MADIE IVES COMMUNITY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 13 2581 1110 Above $ 6,947 $ 7,711,170 $ 6,947 $ 7,711,170 WALSINGHAM ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 52 4701 676 Above $ 6,944 $ 4,694,144 $ 6,944 $ 4,694,144 CUTLER RIDGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 13 1241 1015 Above $ 6,942 $ 7,046,130 $ 6,942 $ 7,046,130 AZALEA PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 48 611 987 Above $ 6,940 $ 6,849,780 $ 6,940 $ 6,849,780 ADDIE R. LEWIS MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 46 671 535 Above $ 6,929 $ 3,707,015 $ 6,929 $ 3,707,015 MIAMI LAKES K 8 CENTER SS NPW 13 3281 1250 Above $ 6,927 $ 8,658,750 $ 6,927 $ 8,658,750 SOUTH WOODS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 55 461 606 Above $ 6,924 $ 4,195,944 $ 6,924 $ 4,195,944 SOUTHWEST ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 53 231 501 Above $ 6,922 $ 3,467,922 $ 6,922 $ 3,467,922

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257 BURNEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 641 446 Above $ 6,921 $ 3,086,766 $ 6,921 $ 3,086,766 VIERA HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 5 1171 918 Above $ 6,919 $ 6,351,642 $ 6,919 $ 6,351,642 REDLAND ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 13 4581 1104 Above $ 6,917 $ 7,636,368 $ 6,917 $ 7,636,368 RICHARD L. BROWN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 16 1481 690 Above $ 6,912 $ 4,769,280 $ 6,912 $ 4,769,280 LAWTON CHILES MIDDLE ACADEMY SS NPW 53 43 584 Above $ 6,910 $ 4,035,440 $ 6,910 $ 4,035,440 ALACHUA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS NPW 1 161 429 Above $ 6,910 $ 2,964,390 $ 6,910 $ 2,964,390 J. J. FINLEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 1 31 442 Above $ 6,909 $ 3,053,778 $ 6,909 $ 3,053,778 LAKE WESTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 48 651 633 Above $ 6,908 $ 4,372,764 $ 6,908 $ 4,372,764 DURRANCE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 801 501 Above $ 6,902 $ 3,457,902 $ 6,902 $ 3,457,902 LAUDERDALE MANORS ELEMENTARY NS PW 6 431 623 Above $ 6,895 $ 4,295,585 $ 6,895 $ 4,295,585 NORMA BUTLER BOSSARD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 13 125 649 Above $ 6,892 $ 4,472,908 $ 6,892 $ 4,472,908 SPRINGVIEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 13 5361 663 Above $ 6,891 $ 4,568,733 $ 6,891 $ 4,568,733 WILLIAM H. LEHMAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 13 2891 832 Above $ 6,890 $ 5,732,480 $ 6,890 $ 5,732,480 FREEPORT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 66 291 558 Above $ 6,889 $ 3,844,062 $ 6,889 $ 3,844,062 SARASOTA MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 58 31 1195 Above $ 6,879 $ 8,220,405 $ 6,879 $ 8,220,405 LEEWOOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 13 2881 607 Above $ 6,877 $ 4,174,339 $ 6,877 $ 4,174,339 ANNIE R. MORGAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 16 211 462 Above $ 6,876 $ 3,176,712 $ 6,876 $ 3,176,712 VILLAGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 6 1621 944 Above $ 6,872 $ 6,487,168 $ 6,872 $ 6,487,168 BROOKSVILLE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 27 52 823 Above $ 6,869 $ 5,653,187 $ 6,869 $ 5,653,187 LARKDALE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 6 621 489 Above $ 6,868 $ 3,358,452 $ 6,868 $ 3,358,452

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258 ASHTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 58 301 877 Above $ 6,868 $ 6,023,236 $ 6,868 $ 6,023,236 DISCOVERY MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 48 1121 1029 Above $ 6,866 $ 7,065,114 $ 6,866 $ 7,065,114 SOUTHERN OAKS MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 56 391 860 Above $ 6,858 $ 5,897,880 $ 6,858 $ 5,897,880 SHEEHY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 51 533 Above $ 6,858 $ 3,655,314 $ 6,858 $ 3,655,314 MT. DORA HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 35 181 966 Above $ 6,851 $ 6,618,066 $ 6,851 $ 6,618,066 LAKE PLACID HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 28 251 818 Above $ 6,844 $ 5,598,392 $ 6,844 $ 5,598,392 JOHN I. LEONARD HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 50 1361 2087 Above $ 6,843 $ 14,281,341 $ 6,843 $ 14,281,341 SOUTHERN OAK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 52 6251 631 Above $ 6,842 $ 4,317,302 $ 6,842 $ 4,317,302 BAGDAD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 57 51 521 Above $ 6,842 $ 3,564,682 $ 6,842 $ 3,564,682 PIERSON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 64 4831 488 Above $ 6,840 $ 3,337,920 $ 6,840 $ 3,337,920 BLOUNTSTOWN HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 7 21 400 Above $ 6,838 $ 2,735,200 $ 6,838 $ 2,735,200 FRANK E. BRIGHAM ACADEMY SS NPW 53 531 600 Above $ 6,838 $ 4,102,800 $ 6,838 $ 4,102,800 OAK VIEW MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 1 591 385 Above $ 6,836 $ 2,631,860 $ 6,836 $ 2,631,860 MATANZAS HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 18 90 1039 Above $ 6,835 $ 7,101,565 $ 6,835 $ 7,101,565 VERO BEACH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 31 161 509 Above $ 6,834 $ 3,478,506 $ 6,834 $ 3,478,506 ATLANTIC BEACH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 16 651 490 Above $ 6,834 $ 3,348,660 $ 6,834 $ 3,348,660 BAK MIDDLE SCHOOL OF THE ARTS SS NPW 50 2511 1385 Above $ 6,833 $ 9,463,705 $ 6,833 $ 9,463,705 ST. LUCIE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 56 71 820 Above $ 6,831 $ 5,601,420 $ 6,831 $ 5,601,420 SOUTH SUMTER HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 60 171 1086 Above $ 6,830 $ 7,417,380 $ 6,830 $ 7,417,380 DOWDELL MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 29 842 811 Above $ 6,830 $ 5,539,130 $ 6,830 $ 5,539,130

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259 PORT ST. JOE HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 23 61 421 Above $ 6,828 $ 2,874,588 $ 6,828 $ 2,874,588 CHENEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 48 711 669 Above $ 6,826 $ 4,566,594 $ 6,826 $ 4,566,594 MIDDLETON HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 29 3004 1799 Above $ 6,825 $ 12,278,175 $ 6,825 $ 12,278,175 GIBBS HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 52 1531 2272 Above $ 6,825 $ 15,506,400 $ 6,825 $ 15,506,400 ASTATULA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 35 271 831 Above $ 6,821 $ 5,668,251 $ 6,821 $ 5,668,251 SPOOK HILL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 53 1371 460 Above $ 6,820 $ 3,137,200 $ 6,820 $ 3,137,200 HOWARD DRIVE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 13 2541 619 Above $ 6,819 $ 4,220,961 $ 6,819 $ 4,220,961 PALM BAY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 5 2081 704 Above $ 6,818 $ 4,799,872 $ 6,818 $ 4,799,872 COLLEGE PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 42 651 651 Above $ 6,814 $ 4,435,914 $ 6,814 $ 4,435,914 MCLAUGHLIN MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 53 1341 918 Above $ 6,811 $ 6,252,498 $ 6,811 $ 6,252,498 ESTATES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS NPW 11 511 720 Above $ 6,806 $ 4,900,320 $ 6,806 $ 4,900,320 DEERFIELD BEACH HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 6 1711 2288 Above $ 6,803 $ 15,565,264 $ 6,803 $ 15,565,264 BONITA SPRINGS MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 36 611 551 Above $ 6,803 $ 3,748,453 $ 6,803 $ 3,748,453 EAGLE'S NEST ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 48 236 675 Above $ 6,803 $ 4,592,025 $ 6,803 $ 4,592,025 MCNICOL MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 6 481 1117 Above $ 6,799 $ 7,594,483 $ 6,799 $ 7,594,483 CROSSPOINTE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 50 2731 787 Above $ 6,795 $ 5,347,665 $ 6,795 $ 5,347,665 COUNTRY CLUB MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 13 6611 399 Above $ 6,794 $ 2,710,806 $ 6,794 $ 2,710,806 RAY V POTTORF ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 36 162 759 Above $ 6,794 $ 5,156,646 $ 6,794 $ 5,156,646 FRANK H. PETERSON ACADEMIES NS NPW 16 2801 1258 Above $ 6,789 $ 8,540,562 $ 6,789 $ 8,540,562 MT. VERNON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 52 2531 462 Above $ 6,789 $ 3,136,518 $ 6,789 $ 3,136,518

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260 ALOMA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 1401 469 Above $ 6,788 $ 3,183,572 $ 6,788 $ 3,183,572 BARTOW SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 53 901 1502 Above $ 6,783 $ 10,188,066 $ 6,783 $ 10,188,066 KINGSFORD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 53 1151 504 Above $ 6,779 $ 3,416,616 $ 6,779 $ 3,416,616 HAGEN ROAD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 50 1421 636 Above $ 6,777 $ 4,310,172 $ 6,777 $ 4,310,172 DODGERTOWN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 31 151 584 Above $ 6,771 $ 3,954,264 $ 6,771 $ 3,954,264 ASTORIA PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 37 401 636 Above $ 6,768 $ 4,304,448 $ 6,768 $ 4,304,448 AMOS P. GODBY HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 37 161 1299 Above $ 6,767 $ 8,790,333 $ 6,767 $ 8,790,333 SAN PABLO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 16 801 515 Above $ 6,767 $ 3,485,005 $ 6,767 $ 3,485,005 SHORE ACRES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 52 4021 645 Above $ 6,764 $ 4,362,780 $ 6,764 $ 4,362,780 SAWGRASS SPRINGS MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 6 3431 1374 Above $ 6,763 $ 9,292,362 $ 6,763 $ 9,292,362 ASTRONAUT HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 5 161 1403 Above $ 6,761 $ 9,485,683 $ 6,761 $ 9,485,683 PINE RIDGE MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 11 251 1074 Above $ 6,760 $ 7,260,240 $ 6,760 $ 7,260,240 HAVANA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 20 91 588 Above $ 6,759 $ 3,974,292 $ 6,759 $ 3,974,292 KATHLEEN MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 53 1191 826 Above $ 6,757 $ 5,581,282 $ 6,757 $ 5,581,282 LAKE SHIPP ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 53 621 547 Above $ 6,757 $ 3,696,079 $ 6,757 $ 3,696,079 CRYSTAL LAKE MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 53 1501 768 Above $ 6,756 $ 5,188,608 $ 6,756 $ 5,188,608 COQUINA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 5 91 449 Above $ 6,756 $ 3,033,444 $ 6,756 $ 3,033,444 WALTON MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 66 201 663 Above $ 6,749 $ 4,474,587 $ 6,749 $ 4,474,587 NOCATEE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 14 181 659 Above $ 6,749 $ 4,447,591 $ 6,749 $ 4,447,591 LINCOLN ELEMENTARY MAGNET SCHOOL SS NPW 29 2441 431 Above $ 6,745 $ 2,907,095 $ 6,745 $ 2,907,095

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261 RAMONA BOULEVARD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 16 791 555 Above $ 6,744 $ 3,742,920 $ 6,744 $ 3,742,920 PAXON MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 16 921 848 Above $ 6,742 $ 5,717,216 $ 6,742 $ 5,717,216 SEABREEZE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 16 2251 546 Above $ 6,735 $ 3,677,310 $ 6,735 $ 3,677,310 JAY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 57 142 570 Above $ 6,732 $ 3,837,240 $ 6,732 $ 3,837,240 SOUTH CREEK MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 48 1703 806 Above $ 6,727 $ 5,421,962 $ 6,727 $ 5,421,962 BAYSHORE HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 41 72 1779 Above $ 6,725 $ 11,963,775 $ 6,725 $ 11,963,775 BLAKE HIGH SCHOOL MAGNET NS PW 29 281 1808 Above $ 6,721 $ 12,151,568 $ 6,721 $ 12,151,568 NORTHMORE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 50 271 580 Above $ 6,720 $ 3,897,600 $ 6,720 $ 3,897,600 SANTALUCES COMMUNITY HIGH NS PW 50 1611 2146 Above $ 6,710 $ 14,399,660 $ 6,710 $ 14,399,660 TRIANGLE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 35 521 686 Above $ 6,709 $ 4,602,374 $ 6,709 $ 4,602,374 BELCHER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 52 321 659 Above $ 6,709 $ 4,421,231 $ 6,709 $ 4,421,231 VALPARAISO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 46 261 444 Above $ 6,708 $ 2,978,352 $ 6,708 $ 2,978,352 BAY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 66 154 274 Above $ 6,706 $ 1,837,444 $ 6,706 $ 1,837,444 PALMVIEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 6 1131 676 Above $ 6,705 $ 4,532,580 $ 6,705 $ 4,532,580 DREAM LAKE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 541 830 Above $ 6,705 $ 5,565,150 $ 6,705 $ 5,565,150 EGRET LAKE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 50 2101 491 Above $ 6,703 $ 3,291,173 $ 6,703 $ 3,291,173 PLANTATION PARK ELEMENTARY SS NPW 6 1251 552 Above $ 6,703 $ 3,700,056 $ 6,703 $ 3,700,056 RAYMA C PAGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 36 734 698 Above $ 6,698 $ 4,675,204 $ 6,698 $ 4,675,204 J. P. TARAVELLA HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 6 2751 2945 Above $ 6,690 $ 19,702,050 $ 6,690 $ 19,702,050 TANGELO PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 48 811 426 Above $ 6,690 $ 2,849,940 $ 6,690 $ 2,849,940

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262 BARRON COLLIER HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 11 311 1797 Above $ 6,689 $ 12,020,133 $ 6,689 $ 12,020,133 ECCLESTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 48 5841 542 Above $ 6,684 $ 3,622,728 $ 6,684 $ 3,622,728 ALVA MIDDLE SCHOOL NS NPW 36 91 544 Above $ 6,682 $ 3,635,008 $ 6,682 $ 3,635,008 BING ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 261 648 Above $ 6,680 $ 4,328,640 $ 6,680 $ 4,328,640 FUGUITT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 52 1361 625 Above $ 6,679 $ 4,174,375 $ 6,679 $ 4,174,375 PONCE DE LEON MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 13 6741 1216 Above $ 6,678 $ 8,120,448 $ 6,678 $ 8,120,448 SOUTH LAKE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 5 121 469 Above $ 6,678 $ 3,131,982 $ 6,678 $ 3,131,982 GARDENDALE ELEMENTARY MAGNET SCHOOL SS NPW 5 4101 518 Above $ 6,678 $ 3,459,204 $ 6,678 $ 3,459,204 SOUTHEAST HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 41 431 1589 Above $ 6,674 $ 10,604,986 $ 6,674 $ 10,604,986 NORTH MIAMI MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 13 6631 1099 Above $ 6,669 $ 7,329,231 $ 6,669 $ 7,329,231 MARY ESTHER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 46 561 533 Above $ 6,668 $ 3,554,044 $ 6,668 $ 3,554,044 ROBINSON HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 29 3731 1232 Above $ 6,667 $ 8,213,744 $ 6,667 $ 8,213,744 LANTANA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 50 751 535 Above $ 6,664 $ 3,565,240 $ 6,664 $ 3,565,240 BERKSHIRE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 50 601 592 Above $ 6,663 $ 3,944,496 $ 6,663 $ 3,944,496 MELROSE PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 12 71 528 Above $ 6,663 $ 3,518,064 $ 6,663 $ 3,518,064 KENNEDY MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 52 1831 643 Above $ 6,659 $ 4,281,737 $ 6,659 $ 4,281,737 SEVENTY FOURTH ST. ELEMENTARY NS PW 52 3961 556 Above $ 6,658 $ 3,701,848 $ 6,658 $ 3,701,848 BOYD H. ANDERSON HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 6 1741 2633 Above $ 6,654 $ 17,519,982 $ 6,654 $ 17,519,982 MULBERRY SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 53 1131 1027 Above $ 6,652 $ 6,831,604 $ 6,652 $ 6,831,604 WESTRIDGE MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 48 1133 1120 Above $ 6,652 $ 7,450,240 $ 6,652 $ 7,450,240

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263 CONNISTON MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 50 541 946 Above $ 6,652 $ 6,292,792 $ 6,652 $ 6,292,792 LULA J. EDGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 46 151 503 Above $ 6,651 $ 3,345,453 $ 6,651 $ 3,345,453 CHALLENGER MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 36 133 303 Above $ 6,650 $ 2,014,950 $ 6,650 $ 2,014,950 HAMMOCK POINTE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 50 2081 735 Above $ 6,650 $ 4,887,750 $ 6,650 $ 4,887,750 JACK DAVID GORDON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 13 2151 1532 Above $ 6,648 $ 10,184,736 $ 6,648 $ 10,184,736 CORKSCREW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 11 441 940 Above $ 6,646 $ 6,247,240 $ 6,646 $ 6,247,240 CASTLE HILL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 6 1461 793 Above $ 6,642 $ 5,267,106 $ 6,642 $ 5,267,106 RIDGECREST ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 52 3511 695 Above $ 6,639 $ 4,614,105 $ 6,639 $ 4,614,105 CHARLES DREW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 6 3221 602 Above $ 6,637 $ 3,995,474 $ 6,637 $ 3,995,474 EVERGREEN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 42 581 766 Above $ 6,635 $ 5,082,410 $ 6,635 $ 5,082,410 PALM BEACH GARDENS HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 50 1371 2636 Above $ 6,633 $ 17,484,588 $ 6,633 $ 17,484,588 MAITLAND MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 48 731 1010 Above $ 6,633 $ 6,699,330 $ 6,633 $ 6,699,330 JOSE MARTI MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 13 6421 1307 Above $ 6,630 $ 8,665,410 $ 6,630 $ 8,665,410 HOWARD W. BISHOP MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 1 121 864 Above $ 6,627 $ 5,725,728 $ 6,627 $ 5,725,728 ABESS PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 16 2631 790 Above $ 6,627 $ 5,235,330 $ 6,627 $ 5,235,330 APOPKA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 48 1282 453 Above $ 6,625 $ 3,001,125 $ 6,625 $ 3,001,125 TROPIC ISLES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 36 391 1026 Above $ 6,625 $ 6,797,250 $ 6,625 $ 6,797,250 ORANGE GROVE MIDDLE MAGNET SCHOOL NS PW 29 3241 670 Above $ 6,623 $ 4,437,410 $ 6,623 $ 4,437,410 ANDERSON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 29 121 369 Above $ 6,620 $ 2,442,780 $ 6,620 $ 2,442,780 NAUTILUS MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 13 6541 1120 Above $ 6,618 $ 7,412,160 $ 6,618 $ 7,412,160

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264 COMBEE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 53 91 665 Above $ 6,615 $ 4,398,975 $ 6,615 $ 4,398,975 LAWNWOOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 56 61 736 Above $ 6,605 $ 4,861,280 $ 6,605 $ 4,861,280 GRIFFIN MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 37 222 655 Above $ 6,603 $ 4,324,965 $ 6,603 $ 4,324,965 RUEDIGER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 37 91 571 Above $ 6,599 $ 3,768,029 $ 6,599 $ 3,768,029 INDIAN TRACE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 3181 772 Above $ 6,599 $ 5,094,428 $ 6,599 $ 5,094,428 NAPLES HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 11 151 1696 Above $ 6,597 $ 11,188,512 $ 6,597 $ 11,188,512 WATKINS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 6 511 753 Above $ 6,595 $ 4,966,035 $ 6,595 $ 4,966,035 TIMUCUAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 16 981 721 Above $ 6,595 $ 4,754,995 $ 6,595 $ 4,754,995 ALEXANDER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 81 614 Above $ 6,591 $ 4,046,874 $ 6,591 $ 4,046,874 W. C. PRYOR MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 46 271 656 Above $ 6,588 $ 4,321,728 $ 6,588 $ 4,321,728 EAST MILTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 57 71 782 Above $ 6,584 $ 5,148,688 $ 6,584 $ 5,148,688 COOPER CITY HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 6 1931 2384 Above $ 6,582 $ 15,691,488 $ 6,582 $ 15,691,488 FORT MYERS MIDDLE ACADEMY NS PW 36 211 775 Above $ 6,582 $ 5,101,050 $ 6,582 $ 5,101,050 PINETTA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 40 111 185 Above $ 6,581 $ 1,217,485 $ 6,581 $ 1,217,485 HARBOUR VIEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 42 591 685 Above $ 6,579 $ 4,506,615 $ 6,579 $ 4,506,615 DRIFTWOOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 721 722 Above $ 6,578 $ 4,749,316 $ 6,578 $ 4,749,316 SHADY HILL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 42 551 611 Above $ 6,578 $ 4,019,158 $ 6,578 $ 4,019,158 LANTANA MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 50 761 834 Above $ 6,577 $ 5,485,218 $ 6,577 $ 5,485,218 BUSHNELL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 60 31 789 Above $ 6,576 $ 5,188,464 $ 6,576 $ 5,188,464 CONWAY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 551 560 Above $ 6,571 $ 3,679,760 $ 6,571 $ 3,679,760

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265 JULIA E. LANDON MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 16 311 564 Above $ 6,570 $ 3,705,480 $ 6,570 $ 3,705,480 LEWIS ANNA WOODBURY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 53 802 673 Above $ 6,570 $ 4,421,610 $ 6,570 $ 4,421,610 WEST ORANGE HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 48 1511 2381 Above $ 6,568 $ 15,638,408 $ 6,568 $ 15,638,408 SHADY HILLS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 51 601 606 Above $ 6,567 $ 3,979,602 $ 6,567 $ 3,979,602 LABELLE HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 26 181 1125 Above $ 6,564 $ 7,384,500 $ 6,564 $ 7,384,500 FAIRVIEW MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 37 451 807 Above $ 6,564 $ 5,297,148 $ 6,564 $ 5,297,148 DR. PHILLIPS HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 48 931 3478 Above $ 6,563 $ 22,826,114 $ 6,563 $ 22,826,114 SLEEPY HILL MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 53 1971 1168 Above $ 6,561 $ 7,663,248 $ 6,561 $ 7,663,248 DAVIE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 2801 920 Above $ 6,561 $ 6,036,120 $ 6,561 $ 6,036,120 BETHUNE ACADEMY SS NPW 53 391 462 Above $ 6,560 $ 3,030,720 $ 6,560 $ 3,030,720 RICHEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 51 271 719 Above $ 6,558 $ 4,715,202 $ 6,558 $ 4,715,202 BLOUNTSTOWN MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 7 51 270 Above $ 6,552 $ 1,769,040 $ 6,552 $ 1,769,040 UMATILLA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 35 561 798 Above $ 6,551 $ 5,227,698 $ 6,551 $ 5,227,698 DELAURA MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 5 6012 703 Above $ 6,549 $ 4,603,947 $ 6,549 $ 4,603,947 GULF HIGHLANDS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 51 83 600 Above $ 6,549 $ 3,929,400 $ 6,549 $ 3,929,400 BOB SIKES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 46 51 674 Above $ 6,547 $ 4,412,678 $ 6,547 $ 4,412,678 BARTOW MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 53 931 784 Above $ 6,546 $ 5,132,064 $ 6,546 $ 5,132,064 RIVIERA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 5 2171 610 Above $ 6,543 $ 3,991,230 $ 6,543 $ 3,991,230 PETERS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 931 680 Above $ 6,541 $ 4,447,880 $ 6,541 $ 4,447,880 LIBERTY MAGNET SCHOOL SS NPW 31 301 542 Above $ 6,539 $ 3,544,138 $ 6,539 $ 3,544,138

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266 CHARLES W FLANAGAN HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 6 3391 3066 Above $ 6,538 $ 20,045,508 $ 6,538 $ 20,045,508 PALM TERRACE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 64 2451 645 Above $ 6,535 $ 4,215,075 $ 6,535 $ 4,215,075 BOCA RATON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 50 951 369 Above $ 6,534 $ 2,411,046 $ 6,534 $ 2,411,046 FORT MYERS HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 36 221 2017 Above $ 6,532 $ 13,175,044 $ 6,532 $ 13,175,044 MEADOW WOODS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 48 1041 831 Above $ 6,532 $ 5,428,092 $ 6,532 $ 5,428,092 CAROL CITY MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 13 6051 990 Above $ 6,526 $ 6,460,740 $ 6,526 $ 6,460,740 TAYLOR COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 62 161 779 Above $ 6,525 $ 5,082,975 $ 6,525 $ 5,082,975 MANDARIN OAKS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 16 2581 1185 Above $ 6,525 $ 7,732,125 $ 6,525 $ 7,732,125 PARK RIDGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 6 1951 513 Above $ 6,524 $ 3,346,812 $ 6,524 $ 3,346,812 GOLDSBORO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 59 271 687 Above $ 6,522 $ 4,480,614 $ 6,522 $ 4,480,614 BLANCHE ELY HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 6 361 2226 Above $ 6,521 $ 14,515,746 $ 6,521 $ 14,515,746 BROWARD ESTATES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 6 501 690 Above $ 6,519 $ 4,498,110 $ 6,519 $ 4,498,110 POMPANO BEACH MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 6 21 1086 Above $ 6,517 $ 7,077,462 $ 6,517 $ 7,077,462 GULFSIDE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 51 911 643 Above $ 6,517 $ 4,190,431 $ 6,517 $ 4,190,431 LAKE ORIENTA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 59 601 699 Above $ 6,515 $ 4,553,985 $ 6,515 $ 4,553,985 LAKE PLACID MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 28 41 645 Above $ 6,514 $ 4,201,530 $ 6,514 $ 4,201,530 SUNRISE MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 6 251 1269 Above $ 6,513 $ 8,264,997 $ 6,513 $ 8,264,997 ANNABEL C. PERRY ELEMENTARY NS PW 6 1631 745 Above $ 6,512 $ 4,851,440 $ 6,512 $ 4,851,440 SUNRAY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 51 72 864 Above $ 6,511 $ 5,625,504 $ 6,511 $ 5,625,504 DUNBAR ELEMENTARY MAGNET SCHOOL NS PW 29 1281 321 Above $ 6,511 $ 2,090,031 $ 6,511 $ 2,090,031

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267 TAYLOR RANCH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 58 491 869 Above $ 6,510 $ 5,657,190 $ 6,510 $ 5,657,190 PLANTATION HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 6 1451 2669 Above $ 6,509 $ 17,372,521 $ 6,509 $ 17,372,521 SOUTH OLIVE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 50 572 651 Above $ 6,509 $ 4,237,359 $ 6,509 $ 4,237,359 NORTHBORO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 50 291 801 Above $ 6,508 $ 5,212,908 $ 6,508 $ 5,212,908 BUNNELL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 18 22 912 Above $ 6,507 $ 5,934,384 $ 6,507 $ 5,934,384 MEMORIAL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 14 81 939 Above $ 6,505 $ 6,108,195 $ 6,505 $ 6,108,195 CRYSTAL RIVER HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 9 121 1353 Above $ 6,503 $ 8,798,559 $ 6,503 $ 8,798,559 BOWLING GREEN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 25 41 420 Above $ 6,502 $ 2,730,840 $ 6,502 $ 2,730,840 HOLMES COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 30 261 486 Above $ 6,499 $ 3,158,514 $ 6,499 $ 3,158,514 WELLINGTON HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 50 2191 2335 Above $ 6,498 $ 15,172,830 $ 6,498 $ 15,172,830 WICKLOW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 59 811 825 Above $ 6,496 $ 5,359,200 $ 6,496 $ 5,359,200 WINDY HILL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 16 941 657 Above $ 6,493 $ 4,265,901 $ 6,493 $ 4,265,901 SAN CARLOS PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 36 631 873 Above $ 6,492 $ 5,667,516 $ 6,492 $ 5,667,516 SURFSIDE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 5 6061 419 Above $ 6,489 $ 2,718,891 $ 6,489 $ 2,718,891 SOUTH BROWARD HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 6 171 2388 Above $ 6,487 $ 15,490,956 $ 6,487 $ 15,490,956 OLSEN MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 6 471 1329 Above $ 6,487 $ 8,621,223 $ 6,487 $ 8,621,223 SKYVIEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 52 4171 600 Above $ 6,485 $ 3,891,000 $ 6,485 $ 3,891,000 PASCO MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 51 71 758 Above $ 6,483 $ 4,914,114 $ 6,483 $ 4,914,114 RIVERS EDGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 56 381 857 Above $ 6,481 $ 5,554,217 $ 6,481 $ 5,554,217 THONOTOSASSA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 4361 423 Above $ 6,480 $ 2,741,040 $ 6,480 $ 2,741,040

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268 APOPKA MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 48 282 937 Above $ 6,478 $ 6,069,886 $ 6,478 $ 6,069,886 PORT ST. JOE MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 23 62 268 Above $ 6,474 $ 1,735,032 $ 6,474 $ 1,735,032 HOLLYWOOD HILLS HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 6 1661 2153 Above $ 6,473 $ 13,936,369 $ 6,473 $ 13,936,369 WOODVILLE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 37 131 475 Above $ 6,473 $ 3,074,675 $ 6,473 $ 3,074,675 KETTERLINUS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 55 91 499 Above $ 6,473 $ 3,230,027 $ 6,473 $ 3,230,027 AZALEA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS NPW 52 111 599 Above $ 6,472 $ 3,876,728 $ 6,472 $ 3,876,728 ORMOND BEACH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 64 1114 340 Above $ 6,472 $ 2,200,480 $ 6,472 $ 2,200,480 LEHIGH ACRES MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 36 691 1009 Above $ 6,470 $ 6,528,230 $ 6,470 $ 6,528,230 MCRAE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 10 511 574 Above $ 6,469 $ 3,713,206 $ 6,469 $ 3,713,206 TOLEDO BLADE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 58 1231 1416 Above $ 6,463 $ 9,151,608 $ 6,463 $ 9,151,608 EAGLE LAKE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 53 1701 578 Above $ 6,461 $ 3,734,458 $ 6,461 $ 3,734,458 CORAL SPRINGS HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 6 1151 2467 Above $ 6,460 $ 15,936,820 $ 6,460 $ 15,936,820 SABAL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 5 3071 568 Above $ 6,458 $ 3,668,144 $ 6,458 $ 3,668,144 CLIFFORD MEIGS MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 46 82 736 Above $ 6,456 $ 4,751,616 $ 6,456 $ 4,751,616 SHALIMAR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 46 431 493 Above $ 6,454 $ 3,181,822 $ 6,454 $ 3,181,822 D. S. PARROTT MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 27 241 863 Above $ 6,453 $ 5,568,939 $ 6,453 $ 5,568,939 WHITE CITY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 56 31 560 Above $ 6,452 $ 3,613,120 $ 6,452 $ 3,613,120 WELLINGTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 50 1671 973 Above $ 6,448 $ 6,273,904 $ 6,448 $ 6,273,904 DR N H JONES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 42 311 753 Above $ 6,448 $ 4,855,344 $ 6,448 $ 4,855,344 LAKE COMO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 48 221 313 Above $ 6,447 $ 2,017,911 $ 6,447 $ 2,017,911

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269 BELLEVIEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 42 91 690 Above $ 6,444 $ 4,446,360 $ 6,444 $ 4,446,360 BLANCHE H. DAUGHTREY ELEMENTARY NS PW 41 411 735 Above $ 6,441 $ 4,734,135 $ 6,441 $ 4,734,135 MILWEE MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 59 101 1148 Above $ 6,439 $ 7,391,972 $ 6,439 $ 7,391,972 A. L. MEBANE MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 1 221 475 Above $ 6,439 $ 3,058,525 $ 6,439 $ 3,058,525 NORTH NAPLES MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 11 452 923 Above $ 6,439 $ 5,943,197 $ 6,439 $ 5,943,197 MIRROR LAKE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS NPW 6 1841 621 Above $ 6,438 $ 3,997,998 $ 6,438 $ 3,997,998 BLUEWATER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 46 741 665 Above $ 6,438 $ 4,281,270 $ 6,438 $ 4,281,270 TARPON SPRINGS FUNDAMENTAL ELE SS NPW 52 4661 278 Above $ 6,437 $ 1,789,486 $ 6,437 $ 1,789,486 LELY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 11 381 845 Above $ 6,436 $ 5,438,420 $ 6,436 $ 5,438,420 ROBERT L. STEVENSON ELEMENTARY SS NPW 5 4071 261 Above $ 6,433 $ 1,679,013 $ 6,433 $ 1,679,013 MARINER MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 36 722 985 Above $ 6,431 $ 6,334,535 $ 6,431 $ 6,334,535 ORTONA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 64 4334 277 Above $ 6,431 $ 1,781,387 $ 6,431 $ 1,781,387 GALAXY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 50 821 512 Above $ 6,430 $ 3,292,160 $ 6,430 $ 3,292,160 ROSEMONT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 48 1271 956 Above $ 6,430 $ 6,147,080 $ 6,430 $ 6,147,080 KINGS TRAIL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 16 2031 482 Above $ 6,429 $ 3,098,778 $ 6,429 $ 3,098,778 DESTIN MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 46 771 607 Above $ 6,427 $ 3,901,189 $ 6,427 $ 3,901,189 FOSTER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 1481 545 Above $ 6,427 $ 3,502,715 $ 6,427 $ 3,502,715 DIAMOND VIEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 50 3261 881 Above $ 6,423 $ 5,658,663 $ 6,423 $ 5,658,663 CHOCACHATTI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 27 341 922 Above $ 6,423 $ 5,922,006 $ 6,423 $ 5,922,006 FERNANDINA BEACH MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 45 31 607 Above $ 6,422 $ 3,898,154 $ 6,422 $ 3,898,154

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270 PURCELL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 53 1141 529 Above $ 6,418 $ 3,395,122 $ 6,418 $ 3,395,122 AVON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 28 101 729 Above $ 6,417 $ 4,677,993 $ 6,417 $ 4,677,993 NEWBERRY HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 1 261 555 Above $ 6,416 $ 3,560,880 $ 6,416 $ 3,560,880 STEWART MIDDLE MAGNET SCHOOL NS PW 29 284 926 Above $ 6,416 $ 5,941,216 $ 6,416 $ 5,941,216 EUSTIS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 35 61 525 Above $ 6,416 $ 3,368,400 $ 6,416 $ 3,368,400 WYOMINA PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 42 431 607 Above $ 6,414 $ 3,893,298 $ 6,414 $ 3,893,298 SOUTH FORT MYERS HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 36 511 1345 Above $ 6,413 $ 8,625,485 $ 6,413 $ 8,625,485 HAGERTY HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 59 931 1048 Above $ 6,404 $ 6,711,392 $ 6,404 $ 6,711,392 NORTH GRADE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 50 681 768 Above $ 6,404 $ 4,918,272 $ 6,404 $ 4,918,272 LAKE ALFRED ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 53 651 599 Above $ 6,404 $ 3,835,996 $ 6,404 $ 3,835,996 WELLINGTON LANDINGS MIDDLE SS NPW 50 1701 1066 Above $ 6,402 $ 6,824,532 $ 6,402 $ 6,824,532 CATALINA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 48 701 714 Above $ 6,402 $ 4,571,028 $ 6,402 $ 4,571,028 FLORAL CITY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 9 61 445 Above $ 6,402 $ 2,848,890 $ 6,402 $ 2,848,890 SOUTH OCALA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 42 391 546 Above $ 6,402 $ 3,495,492 $ 6,402 $ 3,495,492 WILLIAM T. DWYER HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 50 2201 1860 Above $ 6,398 $ 11,900,280 $ 6,398 $ 11,900,280 WASHINGTON SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 17 951 1689 Above $ 6,397 $ 10,804,533 $ 6,397 $ 10,804,533 PINE FOREST ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 16 1591 467 Above $ 6,397 $ 2,987,399 $ 6,397 $ 2,987,399 DIXIELAND ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 53 131 476 Above $ 6,395 $ 3,044,020 $ 6,395 $ 3,044,020 DOBY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS NPW 29 72 386 Above $ 6,393 $ 2,467,698 $ 6,393 $ 2,467,698 PLANTATION ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 6 941 762 Above $ 6,390 $ 4,869,180 $ 6,390 $ 4,869,180

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271 UNIVERSITY PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 5 2051 593 Above $ 6,389 $ 3,788,677 $ 6,389 $ 3,788,677 OSCEOLA MAGNET SCHOOL SS NPW 31 51 541 Above $ 6,381 $ 3,452,121 $ 6,381 $ 3,452,121 ROBINSON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 3681 640 Above $ 6,371 $ 4,077,440 $ 6,371 $ 4,077,440 W. DOUGLAS HARTLEY ELEMENTARY SS NPW 55 261 612 Above $ 6,368 $ 3,897,216 $ 6,368 $ 3,897,216 BANYAN CREEK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 50 1891 882 Above $ 6,367 $ 5,615,694 $ 6,367 $ 5,615,694 HAMILTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 59 21 818 Above $ 6,365 $ 5,206,570 $ 6,365 $ 5,206,570 ORTEGA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS NPW 16 161 349 Above $ 6,364 $ 2,221,036 $ 6,364 $ 2,221,036 CURTIS FUNDAMENTAL ELEMENTARY SS NPW 52 3131 414 Above $ 6,364 $ 2,634,696 $ 6,364 $ 2,634,696 UNION PARK MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 48 911 1262 Above $ 6,362 $ 8,028,844 $ 6,362 $ 8,028,844 LETO HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 29 2421 1805 Above $ 6,358 $ 11,476,190 $ 6,358 $ 11,476,190 WAKULLA MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 65 81 537 Above $ 6,350 $ 3,409,950 $ 6,350 $ 3,409,950 PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 28 61 679 Above $ 6,347 $ 4,309,613 $ 6,347 $ 4,309,613 BRATT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 17 101 390 Above $ 6,345 $ 2,474,550 $ 6,345 $ 2,474,550 WEST MIAMI MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 13 6961 1210 Above $ 6,344 $ 7,676,240 $ 6,344 $ 7,676,240 DRIFTWOOD MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 6 861 1581 Above $ 6,342 $ 10,026,702 $ 6,342 $ 10,026,702 TREADWAY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 35 241 945 Above $ 6,342 $ 5,993,190 $ 6,342 $ 5,993,190 GREENACRES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 50 631 618 Above $ 6,340 $ 3,918,120 $ 6,340 $ 3,918,120 LAMARQUE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 58 1341 1016 Above $ 6,340 $ 6,441,440 $ 6,340 $ 6,441,440 BROADVIEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 6 811 881 Above $ 6,335 $ 5,581,135 $ 6,335 $ 5,581,135 WEBB MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 29 4442 733 Above $ 6,334 $ 4,642,822 $ 6,334 $ 4,642,822

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272 HOWARD A. DOOLIN MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 13 6131 1016 Above $ 6,333 $ 6,434,328 $ 6,333 $ 6,434,328 KISSIMMEE MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 49 251 1037 Above $ 6,330 $ 6,564,210 $ 6,330 $ 6,564,210 BEACHLAND ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 31 61 549 Above $ 6,323 $ 3,471,327 $ 6,323 $ 3,471,327 EAST GADSDEN HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 20 71 1134 Above $ 6,322 $ 7,169,148 $ 6,322 $ 7,169,148 WILKINSON JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 10 371 808 Above $ 6,321 $ 5,107,368 $ 6,321 $ 5,107,368 AVON PARK MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 28 111 685 Above $ 6,320 $ 4,329,200 $ 6,320 $ 4,329,200 FRED WILD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 28 81 757 Above $ 6,319 $ 4,783,483 $ 6,319 $ 4,783,483 IDYLLWILDE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 59 521 886 Above $ 6,317 $ 5,596,862 $ 6,317 $ 5,596,862 GULF HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 51 331 1790 Above $ 6,316 $ 11,305,640 $ 6,316 $ 11,305,640 JAMES MADISON MIDDLE SCHOOL NS NPW 5 52 665 Above $ 6,313 $ 4,198,145 $ 6,313 $ 4,198,145 CALOOSA MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 36 572 1102 Above $ 6,313 $ 6,956,926 $ 6,313 $ 6,956,926 PINE HILLS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 48 621 941 Above $ 6,313 $ 5,940,533 $ 6,313 $ 5,940,533 RIVER HALL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 36 93 687 Above $ 6,311 $ 4,335,657 $ 6,311 $ 4,335,657 CALOOSA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 36 571 984 Above $ 6,310 $ 6,209,040 $ 6,310 $ 6,209,040 OAK PARK MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 35 251 635 Above $ 6,307 $ 4,004,945 $ 6,307 $ 4,004,945 ALLAMANDA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 50 101 521 Above $ 6,307 $ 3,285,947 $ 6,307 $ 3,285,947 CRYSTAL LAKE COMMUNITY MIDDLE NS PW 6 1871 1495 Above $ 6,304 $ 9,424,480 $ 6,304 $ 9,424,480 EMERALD COAST MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 66 152 291 Above $ 6,302 $ 1,833,882 $ 6,302 $ 1,833,882 TEDDER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 6 571 685 Above $ 6,299 $ 4,314,815 $ 6,299 $ 4,314,815 SATURN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 5 1131 730 Above $ 6,298 $ 4,597,540 $ 6,298 $ 4,597,540

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273 WILSON MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 29 4761 584 Above $ 6,296 $ 3,676,864 $ 6,296 $ 3,676,864 HIALEAH MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 13 6231 1106 Above $ 6,292 $ 6,958,952 $ 6,292 $ 6,958,952 LEE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 40 101 230 Above $ 6,290 $ 1,446,700 $ 6,290 $ 1,446,700 WEST ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 14 61 734 Above $ 6,288 $ 4,615,392 $ 6,288 $ 4,615,392 RUTHERFORD HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 3 341 1669 Above $ 6,286 $ 10,491,334 $ 6,286 $ 10,491,334 THREE OAKS MIDDLE SCHOOL NS NPW 36 821 844 Above $ 6,286 $ 5,305,384 $ 6,286 $ 5,305,384 KINGSWAY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 8 301 899 Above $ 6,286 $ 5,651,114 $ 6,286 $ 5,651,114 WOODLAND ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 51 132 984 Above $ 6,284 $ 6,183,456 $ 6,284 $ 6,183,456 JOHN HOPKINS MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 52 4061 1291 Above $ 6,282 $ 8,110,062 $ 6,282 $ 8,110,062 MARKHAM WOODS MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 59 731 850 Above $ 6,281 $ 5,338,850 $ 6,281 $ 5,338,850 ZELLWOOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 48 461 610 Above $ 6,280 $ 3,830,800 $ 6,280 $ 3,830,800 PINE RIDGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS NPW 35 591 1273 Above $ 6,280 $ 7,994,440 $ 6,280 $ 7,994,440 BAY HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 3 61 1362 Above $ 6,279 $ 8,551,998 $ 6,279 $ 8,551,998 GLENDALE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 31 201 626 Above $ 6,276 $ 3,928,776 $ 6,276 $ 3,928,776 BROOKVIEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 16 2061 765 Above $ 6,272 $ 4,798,080 $ 6,272 $ 4,798,080 ABRAHAM LINCOLN MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 1 112 774 Above $ 6,270 $ 4,852,980 $ 6,270 $ 4,852,980 KISSIMMEE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 49 42 1092 Above $ 6,266 $ 6,842,472 $ 6,266 $ 6,842,472 FOREST LAKES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 52 1331 781 Above $ 6,264 $ 4,892,184 $ 6,264 $ 4,892,184 MYAKKA RIVER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 8 231 740 Above $ 6,263 $ 4,634,620 $ 6,263 $ 4,634,620 WINTER PARK HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 48 1411 3442 Above $ 6,261 $ 21,550,362 $ 6,261 $ 21,550,362

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274 MERRITT ISLAND HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 5 4011 1588 Above $ 6,260 $ 9,940,880 $ 6,260 $ 9,940,880 NORTH MIAMI BEACH SENIOR HIGH NS PW 13 7541 2840 Above $ 6,254 $ 17,761,360 $ 6,254 $ 17,761,360 NEW SMYRNA BEACH HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 64 3839 2020 Above $ 6,253 $ 12,631,060 $ 6,253 $ 12,631,060 SOUTH MIAMI MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 13 6881 1124 Above $ 6,252 $ 7,027,248 $ 6,252 $ 7,027,248 NAVY POINT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 17 381 387 Above $ 6,250 $ 2,418,750 $ 6,250 $ 2,418,750 LITTLEWOOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 1 91 648 Above $ 6,250 $ 4,050,000 $ 6,250 $ 4,050,000 REDLAND MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 13 6761 1451 Above $ 6,249 $ 9,067,299 $ 6,249 $ 9,067,299 SOUTHPORT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 3 221 444 Above $ 6,247 $ 2,773,668 $ 6,247 $ 2,773,668 CLERMONT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 35 41 822 Above $ 6,246 $ 5,134,212 $ 6,246 $ 5,134,212 BALLARD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 41 51 530 Above $ 6,239 $ 3,306,670 $ 6,239 $ 3,306,670 CYPRESS LAKE HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 36 531 1509 Above $ 6,238 $ 9,413,142 $ 6,238 $ 9,413,142 CRESTVIEW HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 46 601 1926 Above $ 6,238 $ 12,014,388 $ 6,238 $ 12,014,388 PALM LAKE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 961 664 Above $ 6,238 $ 4,142,032 $ 6,238 $ 4,142,032 DEL PRADO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 50 1741 851 Above $ 6,238 $ 5,308,538 $ 6,238 $ 5,308,538 TRAPNELL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 4481 568 Above $ 6,237 $ 3,542,616 $ 6,237 $ 3,542,616 MORGAN WOODS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 3101 549 Above $ 6,236 $ 3,423,564 $ 6,236 $ 3,423,564 JERRY THOMAS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 50 1651 817 Above $ 6,236 $ 5,094,812 $ 6,236 $ 5,094,812 FOLSOM ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 1471 634 Above $ 6,235 $ 3,952,990 $ 6,235 $ 3,952,990 STIRLING ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS NPW 6 691 722 Above $ 6,235 $ 4,501,670 $ 6,235 $ 4,501,670 NEW RIVER MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 6 881 1476 Above $ 6,234 $ 9,201,384 $ 6,234 $ 9,201,384

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275 CURLEW CREEK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 52 851 627 Above $ 6,233 $ 3,908,091 $ 6,233 $ 3,908,091 OAKSHIRE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 212 823 Above $ 6,231 $ 5,128,113 $ 6,231 $ 5,128,113 HICKORY CREEK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 55 501 661 Above $ 6,230 $ 4,118,030 $ 6,230 $ 4,118,030 MIAMI SPRINGS MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 13 6521 1818 Above $ 6,228 $ 11,322,504 $ 6,228 $ 11,322,504 TAMPA BAY TECH HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 29 4221 1903 Above $ 6,227 $ 11,849,981 $ 6,227 $ 11,849,981 MIAMI LAKES EDUCATIONAL CENTER NS PW 13 7391 1559 Above $ 6,226 $ 9,706,334 $ 6,226 $ 9,706,334 MAINLAND HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 64 3436 1986 Above $ 6,226 $ 12,364,836 $ 6,226 $ 12,364,836 TRENTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 21 41 677 Above $ 6,226 $ 4,215,002 $ 6,226 $ 4,215,002 DUNNELLON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 42 641 698 Above $ 6,225 $ 4,345,050 $ 6,225 $ 4,345,050 LOXAHATCHEE GROVES ELEMENTARY SS NPW 50 1901 731 Above $ 6,223 $ 4,549,013 $ 6,223 $ 4,549,013 JAMES RICKARDS HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 37 51 1232 Above $ 6,221 $ 7,664,272 $ 6,221 $ 7,664,272 FLORANADA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 851 720 Above $ 6,220 $ 4,478,400 $ 6,220 $ 4,478,400 W. H. BEASLEY MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 54 41 593 Above $ 6,219 $ 3,687,867 $ 6,219 $ 3,687,867 WATERS EDGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 50 31 961 Above $ 6,218 $ 5,975,498 $ 6,218 $ 5,975,498 HALLANDALE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 6 131 1242 Above $ 6,217 $ 7,721,514 $ 6,217 $ 7,721,514 KILLARNEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 48 311 507 Above $ 6,217 $ 3,152,019 $ 6,217 $ 3,152,019 EAST MARION ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 42 181 779 Above $ 6,215 $ 4,841,485 $ 6,215 $ 4,841,485 LEESBURG HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 35 161 1786 Above $ 6,212 $ 11,094,632 $ 6,212 $ 11,094,632 NORTH PORT HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 58 1251 2433 Above $ 6,208 $ 15,104,064 $ 6,208 $ 15,104,064 PALM BEACH LAKES HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 50 1851 2230 Above $ 6,206 $ 13,839,380 $ 6,206 $ 13,839,380

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276 PINEWOODS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 36 431 934 Above $ 6,206 $ 5,796,404 $ 6,206 $ 5,796,404 PINEVIEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 37 311 560 Above $ 6,205 $ 3,474,800 $ 6,205 $ 3,474,800 JEFFERSON HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 29 3784 1871 Above $ 6,202 $ 11,603,942 $ 6,202 $ 11,603,942 SEBASTIAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS NPW 31 191 578 Above $ 6,201 $ 3,584,178 $ 6,201 $ 3,584,178 WASHINGTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 4601 612 Above $ 6,199 $ 3,793,788 $ 6,199 $ 3,793,788 HAMPTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 4 181 191 Above $ 6,199 $ 1,184,009 $ 6,199 $ 1,184,009 LOCKHART MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 48 721 981 Above $ 6,196 $ 6,078,276 $ 6,196 $ 6,078,276 VERDE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 50 1661 757 Above $ 6,196 $ 4,690,372 $ 6,196 $ 4,690,372 FORT CAROLINE MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 16 2381 892 Above $ 6,195 $ 5,525,940 $ 6,195 $ 5,525,940 REEDY CREEK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 49 301 1016 Above $ 6,194 $ 6,293,104 $ 6,194 $ 6,293,104 DUNDEE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 53 1781 543 Above $ 6,193 $ 3,362,799 $ 6,193 $ 3,362,799 THREE POINTS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 48 215 789 Above $ 6,193 $ 4,886,277 $ 6,193 $ 4,886,277 ST. AUGUSTINE HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 55 181 1655 Above $ 6,190 $ 10,244,450 $ 6,190 $ 10,244,450 PALMETTO RIDGE HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 11 493 1991 Above $ 6,189 $ 12,322,299 $ 6,189 $ 12,322,299 NEPTUNE BEACH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 16 2461 978 Above $ 6,181 $ 6,045,018 $ 6,181 $ 6,045,018 RICHMOND HEIGHTS MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 13 6781 1317 Above $ 6,180 $ 8,139,060 $ 6,180 $ 8,139,060 HILLSBOROUGH HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 29 1881 2114 Above $ 6,179 $ 13,062,406 $ 6,179 $ 13,062,406 SLIGH MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 29 1482 915 Above $ 6,178 $ 5,652,870 $ 6,178 $ 5,652,870 EDGEWATER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 17 251 368 Above $ 6,172 $ 2,271,296 $ 6,172 $ 2,271,296 HOLIDAY HILL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 16 2091 609 Above $ 6,172 $ 3,758,748 $ 6,172 $ 3,758,748

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277 DUNDEE RIDGE MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 53 1981 1135 Above $ 6,170 $ 7,002,950 $ 6,170 $ 7,002,950 MIMS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 5 101 576 Above $ 6,170 $ 3,553,920 $ 6,170 $ 3,553,920 BAIR MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 6 2611 1216 Above $ 6,168 $ 7,500,288 $ 6,168 $ 7,500,288 OAKRIDGE MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 11 401 1141 Above $ 6,167 $ 7,036,547 $ 6,167 $ 7,036,547 ORIOLE BEACH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 57 311 787 Above $ 6,167 $ 4,853,429 $ 6,167 $ 4,853,429 SILVER LAKES MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 6 2971 1042 Above $ 6,166 $ 6,424,972 $ 6,166 $ 6,424,972 CORAL REEF SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 13 7101 3146 Above $ 6,161 $ 19,382,506 $ 6,161 $ 19,382,506 CAPE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 36 131 842 Above $ 6,161 $ 5,187,562 $ 6,161 $ 5,187,562 NICEVILLE SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 46 211 2319 Above $ 6,160 $ 14,285,040 $ 6,160 $ 14,285,040 MYAKKA CITY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS NPW 41 231 433 Above $ 6,160 $ 2,667,280 $ 6,160 $ 2,667,280 ROMEO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 42 621 807 Above $ 6,159 $ 4,970,313 $ 6,159 $ 4,970,313 JESSE KEEN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 53 1241 562 Above $ 6,158 $ 3,460,796 $ 6,158 $ 3,460,796 EDGEWATER HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 48 121 2574 Above $ 6,156 $ 15,845,544 $ 6,156 $ 15,845,544 BELLEVIEW HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 42 661 1648 Above $ 6,156 $ 10,145,088 $ 6,156 $ 10,145,088 SEBASTIAN RIVER HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 31 291 1977 Above $ 6,155 $ 12,168,435 $ 6,155 $ 12,168,435 WIREGRASS RANCH HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 51 90 708 Above $ 6,152 $ 4,355,616 $ 6,152 $ 4,355,616 OLYMPIC HEIGHTS COMMUNITY HIGH NS NPW 50 2181 1482 Above $ 6,147 $ 9,109,854 $ 6,147 $ 9,109,854 W. H. RHODES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 57 191 1000 Above $ 6,147 $ 6,147,000 $ 6,147 $ 6,147,000 CAMELOT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 217 730 Above $ 6,146 $ 4,486,580 $ 6,146 $ 4,486,580 GULF COAST HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 11 392 2131 Above $ 6,145 $ 13,094,995 $ 6,145 $ 13,094,995

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278 FLOROSA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 46 631 627 Above $ 6,144 $ 3,852,288 $ 6,144 $ 3,852,288 PARK LAKES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 6 3761 1163 Above $ 6,143 $ 7,144,309 $ 6,143 $ 7,144,309 LIME STREET ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 53 151 611 Above $ 6,142 $ 3,752,762 $ 6,142 $ 3,752,762 EDGEWOOD ACADEMY NS PW 36 181 712 Above $ 6,141 $ 4,372,392 $ 6,141 $ 4,372,392 BERRYHILL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 57 41 983 Above $ 6,141 $ 6,036,603 $ 6,141 $ 6,036,603 OKEEHEELEE MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 50 2151 1196 Above $ 6,140 $ 7,343,440 $ 6,140 $ 7,343,440 LAKEWOOD HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 52 2031 1618 Above $ 6,139 $ 9,932,902 $ 6,139 $ 9,932,902 MARJORIE KINNAN RAWLINGS ELEM NS PW 52 4351 662 Above $ 6,138 $ 4,063,356 $ 6,138 $ 4,063,356 INWOOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 53 611 459 Above $ 6,136 $ 2,816,424 $ 6,136 $ 2,816,424 CLAIR MEL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 841 790 Above $ 6,131 $ 4,843,490 $ 6,131 $ 4,843,490 PALM BAY SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 5 2021 2577 Above $ 6,128 $ 15,791,856 $ 6,128 $ 15,791,856 BRADEN RIVER HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 41 762 1100 Above $ 6,124 $ 6,736,400 $ 6,124 $ 6,736,400 SOUTH MIAMI SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 13 7721 2666 Above $ 6,123 $ 16,323,918 $ 6,123 $ 16,323,918 SOUTH FORK HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 43 241 2053 Above $ 6,122 $ 12,568,466 $ 6,122 $ 12,568,466 YOUNG MIDDLE MAGNET SCHOOL NS PW 29 5041 809 Above $ 6,122 $ 4,952,698 $ 6,122 $ 4,952,698 ROSEWOOD MAGNET SCHOOL SS NPW 31 41 543 Above $ 6,121 $ 3,323,703 $ 6,121 $ 3,323,703 LIBERTY PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 50 1871 847 Above $ 6,117 $ 5,181,099 $ 6,117 $ 5,181,099 AUDUBON PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 531 595 Above $ 6,111 $ 3,636,045 $ 6,111 $ 3,636,045 APOLLO MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 6 1791 1242 Above $ 6,110 $ 7,588,620 $ 6,110 $ 7,588,620 W. R. THOMAS MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 13 6901 1072 Above $ 6,110 $ 6,549,920 $ 6,110 $ 6,549,920

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279 PINE CREST ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 59 141 875 Above $ 6,110 $ 5,346,250 $ 6,110 $ 5,346,250 MIAMI LAKES MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 13 6501 1181 Above $ 6,108 $ 7,213,548 $ 6,108 $ 7,213,548 DESTIN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 46 131 869 Above $ 6,108 $ 5,307,852 $ 6,108 $ 5,307,852 MANATEE HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 41 181 2259 Above $ 6,107 $ 13,795,713 $ 6,107 $ 13,795,713 LINCOLN AVENUE ACADEMY SS NPW 53 251 518 Above $ 6,107 $ 3,163,426 $ 6,107 $ 3,163,426 ANDREW JACKSON MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 5 141 684 Above $ 6,106 $ 4,176,504 $ 6,106 $ 4,176,504 GLENRIDGE MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 48 571 1258 Above $ 6,106 $ 7,681,348 $ 6,106 $ 7,681,348 TAMARAC ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 2621 1119 Above $ 6,105 $ 6,831,495 $ 6,105 $ 6,831,495 SHELLEY S. BOONE MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 53 321 1006 Above $ 6,104 $ 6,140,624 $ 6,104 $ 6,140,624 PALMETTO HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 41 351 1923 Above $ 6,102 $ 11,734,146 $ 6,102 $ 11,734,146 RIDGEVIEW HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 10 431 1758 Above $ 6,102 $ 10,727,316 $ 6,102 $ 10,727,316 WITTER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 4921 866 Above $ 6,101 $ 5,283,466 $ 6,101 $ 5,283,466 HIAWASSEE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 48 881 725 Above $ 6,101 $ 4,423,225 $ 6,101 $ 4,423,225 FREEDOM MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 48 245 1128 Above $ 6,100 $ 6,880,800 $ 6,100 $ 6,880,800 N. B. COOK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 17 191 605 Above $ 6,100 $ 3,690,500 $ 6,100 $ 3,690,500 VERO BEACH HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 31 31 2742 Above $ 6,099 $ 16,723,458 $ 6,099 $ 16,723,458 MARTHA B. KING MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 41 611 899 Above $ 6,097 $ 5,481,203 $ 6,097 $ 5,481,203 R. B. HUNT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 55 161 617 Above $ 6,097 $ 3,761,849 $ 6,097 $ 3,761,849 ST. JOHNS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 20 191 353 Above $ 6,094 $ 2,151,182 $ 6,094 $ 2,151,182 WESTERN HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 6 2831 2497 Above $ 6,093 $ 15,214,221 $ 6,093 $ 15,214,221

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280 BOCA RATON HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 50 961 2195 Above $ 6,092 $ 13,371,940 $ 6,092 $ 13,371,940 COTEE RIVER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 51 311 792 Above $ 6,091 $ 4,824,072 $ 6,091 $ 4,824,072 NORTHWOOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 46 222 678 Above $ 6,090 $ 4,129,020 $ 6,090 $ 4,129,020 DR CARRIE ROBINSON LITTLETON ELEM SS NPW 36 791 749 Above $ 6,089 $ 4,560,661 $ 6,089 $ 4,560,661 WYNNEBROOK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 50 1391 813 Above $ 6,089 $ 4,950,357 $ 6,089 $ 4,950,357 HUNTERS CREEK MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 48 381 1071 Above $ 6,084 $ 6,515,964 $ 6,084 $ 6,515,964 PASCO HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 51 31 1329 Above $ 6,083 $ 8,084,307 $ 6,083 $ 8,084,307 BOGGY CREEK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 49 401 892 Above $ 6,082 $ 5,425,144 $ 6,082 $ 5,425,144 PEDRO MENENDEZ HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 55 401 1489 Above $ 6,081 $ 9,054,609 $ 6,081 $ 9,054,609 MIAMI CAROL CITY SENIOR HIGH NS PW 13 7231 2557 Above $ 6,077 $ 15,538,889 $ 6,077 $ 15,538,889 SUTHERLAND ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 52 6271 594 Above $ 6,075 $ 3,608,550 $ 6,075 $ 3,608,550 L C SWAIN MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 50 21 1083 Above $ 6,072 $ 6,575,976 $ 6,072 $ 6,575,976 LENA VISTA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 53 841 769 Above $ 6,072 $ 4,669,368 $ 6,072 $ 4,669,368 WOLF LAKE MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 48 1702 987 Above $ 6,071 $ 5,992,077 $ 6,071 $ 5,992,077 W. J. WOODHAM HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 17 851 1298 Above $ 6,069 $ 7,877,562 $ 6,069 $ 7,877,562 WALLER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 3 251 692 Above $ 6,069 $ 4,199,748 $ 6,069 $ 4,199,748 FIVE POINTS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 12 91 554 Above $ 6,066 $ 3,360,564 $ 6,066 $ 3,360,564 MORT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 3121 936 Above $ 6,065 $ 5,676,840 $ 6,065 $ 5,676,840 BAYONET POINT MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 51 342 995 Above $ 6,064 $ 6,033,680 $ 6,064 $ 6,033,680 ANDOVER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 321 538 Above $ 6,064 $ 3,262,432 $ 6,064 $ 3,262,432

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281 DEERFIELD BEACH MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 6 911 1430 Above $ 6,063 $ 8,670,090 $ 6,063 $ 8,670,090 NORTH LAUDERDALE ELEMENTARY NS PW 6 2231 987 Above $ 6,063 $ 5,984,181 $ 6,063 $ 5,984,181 CASTLE CREEK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 1612 607 Above $ 6,063 $ 3,680,241 $ 6,063 $ 3,680,241 WARRINGTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 17 551 453 Above $ 6,061 $ 2,745,633 $ 6,061 $ 2,745,633 MIAMI SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 13 7461 3287 Above $ 6,060 $ 19,919,220 $ 6,060 $ 19,919,220 FIRST COAST HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 16 2651 2195 Above $ 6,058 $ 13,297,310 $ 6,058 $ 13,297,310 WEST OAKS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 48 253 752 Above $ 6,057 $ 4,554,864 $ 6,057 $ 4,554,864 LAKE COUNTRY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 28 31 559 Below $ 6,055 $ 3,384,745 $ 6,056 $ 3,385,304 SOUTH GRADE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 50 2431 787 Below $ 6,053 $ 4,763,711 $ 6,056 $ 4,766,072 FERNANDINA BEACH HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 45 291 1033 Below $ 6,052 $ 6,251,716 $ 6,056 $ 6,255,848 YULEE HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 45 231 825 Below $ 6,051 $ 4,992,075 $ 6,056 $ 4,996,200 SALLIE JONES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 8 21 781 Below $ 6,051 $ 4,725,831 $ 6,056 $ 4,729,736 INTERLACHEN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 54 201 809 Below $ 6,051 $ 4,895,259 $ 6,056 $ 4,899,304 LEHIGH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 36 301 1020 Below $ 6,050 $ 6,171,000 $ 6,056 $ 6,177,120 PAUL W. BELL MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 13 6041 1255 Below $ 6,048 $ 7,590,240 $ 6,056 $ 7,600,280 DOVER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 1201 866 Below $ 6,047 $ 5,236,702 $ 6,056 $ 5,244,496 C. W. NORTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 1 541 703 Below $ 6,047 $ 4,251,041 $ 6,056 $ 4,257,368 WESTGATE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 52 4771 762 Below $ 6,046 $ 4,607,052 $ 6,056 $ 4,614,672 DESOTO TRAIL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 37 511 615 Below $ 6,046 $ 3,718,290 $ 6,056 $ 3,724,440 AVON PARK HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 28 231 1131 Below $ 6,045 $ 6,836,895 $ 6,056 $ 6,849,336

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282 LEWIS E. WADSWORTH ELEMENTARY SS NPW 18 131 910 Below $ 6,045 $ 5,500,950 $ 6,056 $ 5,510,960 JOHN STOCKTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 16 881 550 Below $ 6,045 $ 3,324,750 $ 6,056 $ 3,330,800 GREENFIELD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS NPW 16 2221 562 Below $ 6,044 $ 3,396,728 $ 6,056 $ 3,403,472 COLUMBIA CITY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 12 261 671 Below $ 6,044 $ 4,055,524 $ 6,056 $ 4,063,576 SOCRUM ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 53 1901 587 Below $ 6,043 $ 3,547,241 $ 6,056 $ 3,554,872 DIXIE M. HOLLINS HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 52 1031 1844 Below $ 6,042 $ 11,141,448 $ 6,056 $ 11,167,264 SOUTH PLANTATION HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 6 2351 2569 Below $ 6,042 $ 15,521,898 $ 6,056 $ 15,557,864 JEAGA MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 50 2701 1172 Below $ 6,042 $ 7,081,224 $ 6,056 $ 7,097,632 WINSTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 53 1251 613 Below $ 6,041 $ 3,703,133 $ 6,056 $ 3,712,328 HOGAN SPRING GLEN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 16 641 462 Below $ 6,041 $ 2,790,942 $ 6,056 $ 2,797,872 W. E. CHERRY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 10 241 624 Below $ 6,041 $ 3,769,584 $ 6,056 $ 3,778,944 SEALEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 37 431 557 Below $ 6,040 $ 3,364,280 $ 6,056 $ 3,373,192 LEON HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 37 21 1816 Below $ 6,036 $ 10,961,376 $ 6,056 $ 10,997,696 KENLY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 2201 499 Below $ 6,035 $ 3,011,465 $ 6,056 $ 3,021,944 MENDENHALL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 2961 643 Below $ 6,035 $ 3,880,505 $ 6,056 $ 3,894,008 MARTIN LUTHER KING MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 57 261 613 Below $ 6,033 $ 3,698,229 $ 6,056 $ 3,712,328 PINAR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 1541 511 Below $ 6,027 $ 3,079,797 $ 6,056 $ 3,094,616 BAY POINT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 52 161 747 Below $ 6,026 $ 4,501,422 $ 6,056 $ 4,523,832 MIAMI BEACH SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 13 7201 2097 Below $ 6,025 $ 12,634,425 $ 6,056 $ 12,699,432 LECANTO HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 9 163 1665 Below $ 6,025 $ 10,031,625 $ 6,056 $ 10,083,240

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283 PIEDMONT LAKES MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 48 1671 1372 Below $ 6,023 $ 8,263,556 $ 6,056 $ 8,308,832 THEODORE ROOSEVELT ELEMENTARY SS NPW 5 5012 514 Below $ 6,023 $ 3,095,822 $ 6,056 $ 3,112,784 LINCOLN PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 17 771 350 Below $ 6,022 $ 2,107,700 $ 6,056 $ 2,119,600 GLEN SPRINGS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 1 331 450 Below $ 6,022 $ 2,709,900 $ 6,056 $ 2,725,200 A. K. SUTER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 17 501 354 Below $ 6,021 $ 2,131,434 $ 6,056 $ 2,143,824 PINE FOREST HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 17 862 1548 Below $ 6,017 $ 9,314,316 $ 6,056 $ 9,374,688 PELICAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 36 641 1154 Below $ 6,017 $ 6,943,618 $ 6,056 $ 6,988,624 PORT SALERNO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 43 101 663 Below $ 6,016 $ 3,988,608 $ 6,056 $ 4,015,128 DAN MCCARTY MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 56 72 1101 Below $ 6,014 $ 6,621,414 $ 6,056 $ 6,667,656 NORMANDY VILLAGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 16 2211 601 Below $ 6,014 $ 3,614,414 $ 6,056 $ 3,639,656 PRINCETON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 251 525 Below $ 6,014 $ 3,157,350 $ 6,056 $ 3,179,400 CHIEFLAND HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 38 51 538 Below $ 6,013 $ 3,234,994 $ 6,056 $ 3,258,128 NOB HILL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 2671 802 Below $ 6,011 $ 4,820,822 $ 6,056 $ 4,856,912 TRINITY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 51 32 646 Below $ 6,010 $ 3,882,460 $ 6,056 $ 3,912,176 RIVERHILLS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 3621 511 Below $ 6,009 $ 3,070,599 $ 6,056 $ 3,094,616 RIDGEVIEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 10 401 784 Below $ 6,008 $ 4,710,272 $ 6,056 $ 4,747,904 CYPRESS PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 48 741 405 Below $ 6,006 $ 2,432,430 $ 6,056 $ 2,452,680 EDGAR L. PADGETT ELEMENTARY NS PW 53 1451 655 Below $ 6,004 $ 3,932,620 $ 6,056 $ 3,966,680 HIGHLAND OAKS MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 13 6241 2220 Below $ 5,999 $ 13,317,780 $ 6,056 $ 13,444,320 JENSEN BEACH HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 43 351 1513 Below $ 5,998 $ 9,074,974 $ 6,056 $ 9,162,728

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284 CORNER LAKE MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 48 1281 1405 Below $ 5,996 $ 8,424,380 $ 6,056 $ 8,508,680 TITUSVILLE HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 5 11 1565 Below $ 5,994 $ 9,380,610 $ 6,056 $ 9,477,640 J. H. WORKMAN MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 17 601 819 Below $ 5,993 $ 4,908,267 $ 6,056 $ 4,959,864 PARKSIDE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 3631 877 Below $ 5,993 $ 5,255,861 $ 6,056 $ 5,311,112 SOUTH SUMTER MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 60 42 890 Below $ 5,991 $ 5,331,990 $ 6,056 $ 5,389,840 LOCKHART ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 48 421 574 Below $ 5,987 $ 3,436,538 $ 6,056 $ 3,476,144 HENRY F. KITE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 16 371 419 Below $ 5,987 $ 2,508,553 $ 6,056 $ 2,537,464 DOVER SHORES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 48 781 680 Below $ 5,984 $ 4,069,120 $ 6,056 $ 4,118,080 SAMSULA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 64 5637 261 Below $ 5,983 $ 1,561,563 $ 6,056 $ 1,580,616 ROCKLEDGE SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 5 1011 1559 Below $ 5,982 $ 9,325,938 $ 6,056 $ 9,441,304 MIRAMAR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 6 531 865 Below $ 5,982 $ 5,174,430 $ 6,056 $ 5,238,440 KENWOOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 46 621 560 Below $ 5,981 $ 3,349,360 $ 6,056 $ 3,391,360 LAKE MARY HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 59 71 2588 Below $ 5,980 $ 15,476,240 $ 6,056 $ 15,672,928 BRADFORD HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 4 21 992 Below $ 5,979 $ 5,931,168 $ 6,056 $ 6,007,552 WILLIAMS MIDDLE MAGNET SCHOOL SS NPW 29 4741 944 Below $ 5,979 $ 5,644,176 $ 6,056 $ 5,716,864 SOUTHWESTERN MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 64 6343 710 Below $ 5,978 $ 4,244,380 $ 6,056 $ 4,299,760 ROBERT WILLIS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 41 801 475 Below $ 5,978 $ 2,839,550 $ 6,056 $ 2,876,600 HILLTOP ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 25 11 443 Below $ 5,976 $ 2,647,368 $ 6,056 $ 2,682,808 WOODBRIDGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 4941 594 Below $ 5,971 $ 3,546,774 $ 6,056 $ 3,597,264 MIRROR LAKES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 36 371 1066 Below $ 5,971 $ 6,365,086 $ 6,056 $ 6,455,696

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285 EUSTIS MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 35 697 1073 Below $ 5,969 $ 6,404,737 $ 6,056 $ 6,498,088 PALM HARBOR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 52 3181 417 Below $ 5,969 $ 2,489,073 $ 6,056 $ 2,525,352 NOVA DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER ELEM SS NPW 6 1271 835 Below $ 5,968 $ 4,983,280 $ 6,056 $ 5,056,760 PIPER HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 6 1901 2811 Below $ 5,967 $ 16,773,237 $ 6,056 $ 17,023,416 CROTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 5 3091 568 Below $ 5,967 $ 3,389,256 $ 6,056 $ 3,439,808 ANTIOCH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 46 751 866 Below $ 5,966 $ 5,166,556 $ 6,056 $ 5,244,496 SEA BREEZE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 41 671 674 Below $ 5,965 $ 4,020,410 $ 6,056 $ 4,081,744 CITRUS COVE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 50 2071 827 Below $ 5,964 $ 4,932,228 $ 6,056 $ 5,008,312 VALLEYVIEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 53 1891 1099 Below $ 5,963 $ 6,553,337 $ 6,056 $ 6,655,544 GEMINI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 5 6101 583 Below $ 5,962 $ 3,475,846 $ 6,056 $ 3,530,648 PALM RIVER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 3281 621 Below $ 5,960 $ 3,701,160 $ 6,056 $ 3,760,776 JAMES M. ANDERSON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 15 101 579 Below $ 5,960 $ 3,450,840 $ 6,056 $ 3,506,424 DEEP CREEK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 8 251 843 Below $ 5,959 $ 5,023,437 $ 6,056 $ 5,105,208 UMATILLA HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 35 231 898 Below $ 5,958 $ 5,350,284 $ 6,056 $ 5,438,288 POLK CITY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 53 881 605 Below $ 5,958 $ 3,604,590 $ 6,056 $ 3,663,880 HARDEE JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 25 31 1074 Below $ 5,957 $ 6,397,818 $ 6,056 $ 6,504,144 GAMBLE ROGERS MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 55 371 907 Below $ 5,957 $ 5,402,999 $ 6,056 $ 5,492,792 HAWKS RISE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 37 1131 866 Below $ 5,956 $ 5,157,896 $ 6,056 $ 5,244,496 APALACHEE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 37 441 741 Below $ 5,955 $ 4,412,655 $ 6,056 $ 4,487,496 THOMPSON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 31 181 419 Below $ 5,954 $ 2,494,726 $ 6,056 $ 2,537,464

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286 BUCHANAN MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 29 561 749 Below $ 5,952 $ 4,458,048 $ 6,056 $ 4,535,944 NORCREST ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 561 702 Below $ 5,949 $ 4,176,198 $ 6,056 $ 4,251,312 KING HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 29 2241 2031 Below $ 5,948 $ 12,080,388 $ 6,056 $ 12,299,736 SATELLITE SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 5 6011 1669 Below $ 5,948 $ 9,927,212 $ 6,056 $ 10,107,464 CRESTWOOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 1021 1012 Below $ 5,947 $ 6,018,364 $ 6,056 $ 6,128,672 TAVARES HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 35 211 1246 Below $ 5,945 $ 7,407,470 $ 6,056 $ 7,545,776 JINKS MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 3 161 626 Below $ 5,943 $ 3,720,318 $ 6,056 $ 3,791,056 SEVEN SPRINGS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS NPW 51 411 705 Below $ 5,939 $ 4,186,995 $ 6,056 $ 4,269,480 TAYLOR COUNTY MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 62 31 652 Below $ 5,938 $ 3,871,576 $ 6,056 $ 3,948,512 SOUTHSIDE MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 16 2111 1021 Below $ 5,937 $ 6,061,677 $ 6,056 $ 6,183,176 CHICKASAW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 831 820 Below $ 5,937 $ 4,868,340 $ 6,056 $ 4,965,920 ST. CLOUD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 49 111 1037 Below $ 5,936 $ 6,155,632 $ 6,056 $ 6,280,072 GULF ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 36 672 1359 Below $ 5,935 $ 8,065,665 $ 6,056 $ 8,230,104 RIVERBREEZE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 54 351 484 Below $ 5,934 $ 2,872,056 $ 6,056 $ 2,931,104 CENTRAL PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 2641 1178 Below $ 5,934 $ 6,990,252 $ 6,056 $ 7,133,968 MCNAB ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 841 748 Below $ 5,933 $ 4,437,884 $ 6,056 $ 4,529,888 ARMWOOD HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 29 131 1987 Below $ 5,932 $ 11,786,884 $ 6,056 $ 12,033,272 CENTRAL MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 5 3021 1171 Below $ 5,932 $ 6,946,372 $ 6,056 $ 7,091,576 JAMES WELDON JOHNSON MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 16 1521 1113 Below $ 5,930 $ 6,600,090 $ 6,056 $ 6,740,328 TIMBER TRACE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 50 2011 913 Below $ 5,929 $ 5,413,177 $ 6,056 $ 5,529,128

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287 OSLO MIDDLE SCHOOL NS NPW 31 271 1144 Below $ 5,928 $ 6,781,632 $ 6,056 $ 6,928,064 ROYAL PALM BEACH HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 50 2331 2209 Below $ 5,927 $ 13,092,743 $ 6,056 $ 13,377,704 R. DAN NOLAN MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 41 752 758 Below $ 5,924 $ 4,490,392 $ 6,056 $ 4,590,448 ROBLES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 3761 787 Below $ 5,924 $ 4,662,188 $ 6,056 $ 4,766,072 BONNEVILLE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 871 597 Below $ 5,923 $ 3,536,031 $ 6,056 $ 3,615,432 EAST NAPLES MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 11 211 1236 Below $ 5,922 $ 7,319,592 $ 6,056 $ 7,485,216 BRANDON HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 29 291 2048 Below $ 5,921 $ 12,126,208 $ 6,056 $ 12,402,688 CROWN POINT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 16 2451 1280 Below $ 5,920 $ 7,577,600 $ 6,056 $ 7,751,680 BOULEVARD HEIGHTS ELEMENTARY NS NPW 6 971 889 Below $ 5,918 $ 5,261,102 $ 6,056 $ 5,383,784 CHISHOLM ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 64 949 385 Below $ 5,912 $ 2,276,120 $ 6,056 $ 2,331,560 WINDERMERE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 1231 1086 Below $ 5,908 $ 6,416,088 $ 6,056 $ 6,576,816 METROWEST ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 1021 1218 Below $ 5,908 $ 7,195,944 $ 6,056 $ 7,376,208 SUSIE E. TOLBERT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS NPW 16 1281 405 Below $ 5,905 $ 2,391,525 $ 6,056 $ 2,452,680 GENEVA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 59 51 502 Below $ 5,905 $ 2,964,310 $ 6,056 $ 3,040,112 INTERLACHEN HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 54 112 966 Below $ 5,903 $ 5,702,298 $ 6,056 $ 5,850,096 ST. LUCIE WEST CENTENNIAL HIGH NS PW 56 401 2545 Below $ 5,900 $ 15,015,500 $ 6,056 $ 15,412,520 HENRY D. PERRY MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 6 1011 1208 Below $ 5,900 $ 7,127,200 $ 6,056 $ 7,315,648 ALVA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 36 92 461 Below $ 5,899 $ 2,719,439 $ 6,056 $ 2,791,816 DR. PHILLIPS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 1591 636 Below $ 5,899 $ 3,751,764 $ 6,056 $ 3,851,616 DESOTO MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 14 161 1033 Below $ 5,898 $ 6,092,634 $ 6,056 $ 6,255,848

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288 SOUTHWOOD MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 13 6861 1784 Below $ 5,897 $ 10,520,248 $ 6,056 $ 10,803,904 KELLEY SMITH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 54 101 749 Below $ 5,896 $ 4,416,104 $ 6,056 $ 4,535,944 RUTH RAINS MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 15 111 470 Below $ 5,891 $ 2,768,770 $ 6,056 $ 2,846,320 THREE OAKS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 36 741 855 Below $ 5,891 $ 5,036,805 $ 6,056 $ 5,177,880 GULF BREEZE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 57 101 706 Below $ 5,891 $ 4,159,046 $ 6,056 $ 4,275,536 SUNSET HILLS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 52 4381 591 Below $ 5,889 $ 3,480,399 $ 6,056 $ 3,579,096 SANDALWOOD HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 16 2371 2928 Below $ 5,887 $ 17,237,136 $ 6,056 $ 17,731,968 TAVARES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS NPW 35 551 726 Below $ 5,884 $ 4,271,784 $ 6,056 $ 4,396,656 PALATKA HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 54 301 1614 Below $ 5,883 $ 9,495,162 $ 6,056 $ 9,774,384 ALLEN PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 36 81 888 Below $ 5,883 $ 5,224,104 $ 6,056 $ 5,377,728 NORTH MARION MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 42 491 869 Below $ 5,880 $ 5,109,720 $ 6,056 $ 5,262,664 INDIAN PINES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 50 1861 899 Below $ 5,879 $ 5,285,221 $ 6,056 $ 5,444,344 PALMA SOLA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 41 291 584 Below $ 5,878 $ 3,432,752 $ 6,056 $ 3,536,704 ALTAMONTE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 59 561 866 Below $ 5,877 $ 5,089,482 $ 6,056 $ 5,244,496 BOCA CIEGA HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 52 431 1917 Below $ 5,875 $ 11,262,375 $ 6,056 $ 11,609,352 STARKE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 4 51 583 Below $ 5,871 $ 3,422,793 $ 6,056 $ 3,530,648 FLAGLER PALM COAST HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 18 91 2504 Below $ 5,870 $ 14,698,480 $ 6,056 $ 15,164,224 LEMON BAY HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 8 51 1558 Below $ 5,870 $ 9,145,460 $ 6,056 $ 9,435,248 BARTELS MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 29 103 739 Below $ 5,870 $ 4,337,930 $ 6,056 $ 4,475,384 BUDDY TAYLOR MIDDLE SCHOOL NS NPW 18 11 1151 Below $ 5,869 $ 6,755,219 $ 6,056 $ 6,970,456

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289 PAXON SCHOOL/ADVANCED STUDIES SS NPW 16 751 1511 Below $ 5,868 $ 8,866,548 $ 6,056 $ 9,150,616 WELLEBY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 2881 863 Below $ 5,867 $ 5,063,221 $ 6,056 $ 5,226,328 PEA RIDGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 57 301 948 Below $ 5,866 $ 5,560,968 $ 6,056 $ 5,741,088 LECANTO PRIMARY SCHOOL SS NPW 9 161 842 Below $ 5,865 $ 4,938,330 $ 6,056 $ 5,099,152 LAKE STEVENS MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 13 6351 1216 Below $ 5,864 $ 7,130,624 $ 6,056 $ 7,364,096 MEADOWLAWN MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 52 2321 1068 Below $ 5,863 $ 6,261,684 $ 6,056 $ 6,467,808 VISTA LAKES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 1752 837 Below $ 5,862 $ 4,906,494 $ 6,056 $ 5,068,872 LECANTO MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 9 162 761 Below $ 5,861 $ 4,460,221 $ 6,056 $ 4,608,616 C. W. RUCKEL MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 46 121 836 Below $ 5,860 $ 4,898,960 $ 6,056 $ 5,062,816 MEADOWBROOK MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 48 1241 1202 Below $ 5,859 $ 7,042,518 $ 6,056 $ 7,279,312 UMATILLA MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 35 571 749 Below $ 5,858 $ 4,387,642 $ 6,056 $ 4,535,944 SEBASTIAN MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 55 301 752 Below $ 5,858 $ 4,405,216 $ 6,056 $ 4,554,112 PINES LAKES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 2861 846 Below $ 5,858 $ 4,955,868 $ 6,056 $ 5,123,376 CHIEFLAND MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 38 53 417 Below $ 5,856 $ 2,441,952 $ 6,056 $ 2,525,352 DUNCAN U. FLETCHER HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 16 2231 2571 Below $ 5,853 $ 15,048,063 $ 6,056 $ 15,569,976 DAVIDSON MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 46 761 919 Below $ 5,853 $ 5,378,907 $ 6,056 $ 5,565,464 LAKEMONT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 561 704 Below $ 5,853 $ 4,120,512 $ 6,056 $ 4,263,424 GRETNA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 20 171 365 Below $ 5,850 $ 2,135,250 $ 6,056 $ 2,210,440 BINKS FOREST ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 50 2561 1178 Below $ 5,850 $ 6,891,300 $ 6,056 $ 7,133,968 LOGGERS' RUN MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 50 1751 1020 Below $ 5,848 $ 5,964,960 $ 6,056 $ 6,177,120

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290 FOREST RIDGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 9 25 795 Below $ 5,848 $ 4,649,160 $ 6,056 $ 4,814,520 GRACEVILLE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 32 301 341 Below $ 5,846 $ 1,993,486 $ 6,056 $ 2,065,096 LAKE GIBSON SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 53 1762 2081 Below $ 5,842 $ 12,157,202 $ 6,056 $ 12,602,536 LAVILLA SCHOOL OF THE ARTS SS NPW 16 2671 1062 Below $ 5,841 $ 6,203,142 $ 6,056 $ 6,431,472 ORANGE PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 10 201 546 Below $ 5,841 $ 3,189,186 $ 6,056 $ 3,306,576 RAMBLEWOOD MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 6 2711 1286 Below $ 5,840 $ 7,510,240 $ 6,056 $ 7,788,016 EAST BAY HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 29 1322 1907 Below $ 5,839 $ 11,134,973 $ 6,056 $ 11,548,792 JIM ALLEN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 17 31 614 Below $ 5,836 $ 3,583,304 $ 6,056 $ 3,718,384 MILTON HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 57 151 1834 Below $ 5,835 $ 10,701,390 $ 6,056 $ 11,106,704 UNIVERSITY HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 48 1001 3588 Below $ 5,835 $ 20,935,980 $ 6,056 $ 21,728,928 TYRONE MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 52 4611 946 Below $ 5,835 $ 5,519,910 $ 6,056 $ 5,728,976 MOLINO PARK ELEMENTARY SS NPW 17 1261 465 Below $ 5,835 $ 2,713,275 $ 6,056 $ 2,816,040 SOUTH SEMINOLE MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 59 201 1214 Below $ 5,834 $ 7,082,476 $ 6,056 $ 7,351,984 HENDRICKS AVENUE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 16 711 644 Below $ 5,834 $ 3,757,096 $ 6,056 $ 3,900,064 ROBINSWOOD MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 48 921 1193 Below $ 5,833 $ 6,958,769 $ 6,056 $ 7,224,808 BROWARD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 441 525 Below $ 5,833 $ 3,062,325 $ 6,056 $ 3,179,400 DILLARD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 6 271 809 Below $ 5,826 $ 4,713,234 $ 6,056 $ 4,899,304 EMBASSY CREEK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 3191 851 Below $ 5,826 $ 4,957,926 $ 6,056 $ 5,153,656 SUWANNEE HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 61 43 1301 Below $ 5,825 $ 7,578,325 $ 6,056 $ 7,878,856 GEORGE W. JENKINS SENIOR HIGH SS NPW 53 1931 2223 Below $ 5,825 $ 12,948,975 $ 6,056 $ 13,462,488

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291 CHALLENGER 7 ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 5 191 522 Below $ 5,824 $ 3,040,128 $ 6,056 $ 3,161,232 SEBRING HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 28 221 1645 Below $ 5,823 $ 9,578,835 $ 6,056 $ 9,962,120 LAKE GIBSON MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 53 1761 1147 Below $ 5,822 $ 6,677,834 $ 6,056 $ 6,946,232 FAIRWAY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 6 1641 968 Below $ 5,814 $ 5,627,952 $ 6,056 $ 5,862,208 KERNAN TRAIL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 16 2311 744 Below $ 5,813 $ 4,324,872 $ 6,056 $ 4,505,664 LEXINGTON MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 36 351 924 Below $ 5,812 $ 5,370,288 $ 6,056 $ 5,595,744 TRAFALGAR MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 36 761 1284 Below $ 5,812 $ 7,462,608 $ 6,056 $ 7,775,904 SOUTHWEST MIAMI SENIOR HIGH NS PW 13 7741 3069 Below $ 5,811 $ 17,833,959 $ 6,056 $ 18,585,864 J. D. PARKER SCHOOL OF TECHNOLOGY SS NPW 43 51 588 Below $ 5,811 $ 3,416,868 $ 6,056 $ 3,560,928 MCDONALD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 2871 564 Below $ 5,808 $ 3,275,712 $ 6,056 $ 3,415,584 LOVELL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 48 821 764 Below $ 5,807 $ 4,436,548 $ 6,056 $ 4,626,784 SHAW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 3951 1112 Below $ 5,805 $ 6,455,160 $ 6,056 $ 6,734,272 SAN ANTONIO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 51 251 710 Below $ 5,804 $ 4,120,840 $ 6,056 $ 4,299,760 ROCKWAY MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 13 6821 1274 Below $ 5,803 $ 7,393,022 $ 6,056 $ 7,715,344 BRADFORD MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 4 172 662 Below $ 5,802 $ 3,840,924 $ 6,056 $ 4,009,072 SPRUCE CREEK HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 64 4436 2783 Below $ 5,800 $ 16,141,400 $ 6,056 $ 16,853,848 GREENWAY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 42 671 1045 Below $ 5,800 $ 6,061,000 $ 6,056 $ 6,328,520 BELL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 21 32 634 Below $ 5,800 $ 3,677,200 $ 6,056 $ 3,839,504 ORANGE PARK JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 10 361 928 Below $ 5,798 $ 5,380,544 $ 6,056 $ 5,619,968 IDYLWILD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 1 321 643 Below $ 5,798 $ 3,728,114 $ 6,056 $ 3,894,008

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292 CLERMONT MIDDLE SCHOOL NS NPW 35 401 928 Below $ 5,796 $ 5,378,688 $ 6,056 $ 5,619,968 LAKE BRANTLEY HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 59 491 3193 Below $ 5,795 $ 18,503,435 $ 6,056 $ 19,336,808 NORTHSIDE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 3 471 724 Below $ 5,795 $ 4,195,580 $ 6,056 $ 4,384,544 JUPITER MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 50 1731 1229 Below $ 5,794 $ 7,120,826 $ 6,056 $ 7,442,824 WAUCHULA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 25 91 585 Below $ 5,794 $ 3,389,490 $ 6,056 $ 3,542,760 SANDPIPER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 3061 900 Below $ 5,792 $ 5,212,800 $ 6,056 $ 5,450,400 AUBURNDALE SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 53 811 1882 Below $ 5,791 $ 10,898,662 $ 6,056 $ 11,397,392 MARIPOSA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 56 341 850 Below $ 5,791 $ 4,922,350 $ 6,056 $ 5,147,600 BEAUCLERC ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 16 2301 1251 Below $ 5,791 $ 7,244,541 $ 6,056 $ 7,576,056 PLANTATION MIDDLE SCHOOL NS NPW 6 551 1109 Below $ 5,790 $ 6,421,110 $ 6,056 $ 6,716,104 POTTER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 3521 843 Below $ 5,790 $ 4,880,970 $ 6,056 $ 5,105,208 FAIRGLEN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 5 1091 769 Below $ 5,790 $ 4,452,510 $ 6,056 $ 4,657,064 ORIOLE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 6 1831 773 Below $ 5,789 $ 4,474,897 $ 6,056 $ 4,681,288 GAITHER HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 29 1551 2337 Below $ 5,787 $ 13,524,219 $ 6,056 $ 14,152,872 ORANGE BROOK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 711 764 Below $ 5,787 $ 4,421,268 $ 6,056 $ 4,626,784 COOPER CITY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 1211 944 Below $ 5,787 $ 5,462,928 $ 6,056 $ 5,716,864 DOMMERICH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 1181 699 Below $ 5,783 $ 4,042,317 $ 6,056 $ 4,233,144 TAVARES MIDDLE SCHOOL NS NPW 35 213 1051 Below $ 5,782 $ 6,076,882 $ 6,056 $ 6,364,856 NOVA MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 6 1311 1210 Below $ 5,782 $ 6,996,220 $ 6,056 $ 7,327,760 CHESTNUT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 49 957 1144 Below $ 5,782 $ 6,614,608 $ 6,056 $ 6,928,064

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293 RAA MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 37 92 820 Below $ 5,779 $ 4,738,780 $ 6,056 $ 4,965,920 WILLIAM S. TALBOT ELEM SCHOOL SS NPW 1 561 735 Below $ 5,775 $ 4,244,625 $ 6,056 $ 4,451,160 DESOTO COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 14 31 1206 Below $ 5,770 $ 6,958,620 $ 6,056 $ 7,303,536 LINCOLN MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 41 491 1178 Below $ 5,769 $ 6,795,882 $ 6,056 $ 7,133,968 HERON CREEK MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 58 1261 1971 Below $ 5,769 $ 11,370,699 $ 6,056 $ 11,936,376 DIPLOMAT MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 36 772 1044 Below $ 5,769 $ 6,022,836 $ 6,056 $ 6,322,464 HUDSON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 51 301 837 Below $ 5,769 $ 4,828,653 $ 6,056 $ 5,068,872 GIFFORD MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 31 81 1318 Below $ 5,766 $ 7,599,588 $ 6,056 $ 7,981,808 TRADEWINDS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 3481 1080 Below $ 5,766 $ 6,227,280 $ 6,056 $ 6,540,480 FOREST GLEN MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 6 3051 1446 Below $ 5,765 $ 8,336,190 $ 6,056 $ 8,756,976 MCARTHUR HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 6 241 2541 Below $ 5,764 $ 14,646,324 $ 6,056 $ 15,388,296 PALM HARBOR UNIVERSITY HIGH SS NPW 52 4681 2234 Below $ 5,764 $ 12,876,776 $ 6,056 $ 13,529,104 PIERCE MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 29 82 1050 Below $ 5,762 $ 6,050,100 $ 6,056 $ 6,358,800 PORT ST. JOE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 23 51 525 Below $ 5,760 $ 3,024,000 $ 6,056 $ 3,179,400 JOHN YOUNG ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 1081 1000 Below $ 5,758 $ 5,758,000 $ 6,056 $ 6,056,000 PORT MALABAR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 5 2061 767 Below $ 5,757 $ 4,415,619 $ 6,056 $ 4,644,952 ROBERTS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 37 1171 771 Below $ 5,754 $ 4,436,334 $ 6,056 $ 4,669,176 SUNTREE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 5 3121 791 Below $ 5,750 $ 4,548,250 $ 6,056 $ 4,790,296 CITRUS HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 9 31 1693 Below $ 5,749 $ 9,733,057 $ 6,056 $ 10,252,808 CRESTHAVEN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 6 901 672 Below $ 5,749 $ 3,863,328 $ 6,056 $ 4,069,632

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294 NOVA BLANCHE FORMAN ELEMENTARY SS NPW 6 1282 822 Below $ 5,748 $ 4,724,856 $ 6,056 $ 4,978,032 SKYLINE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 36 751 1111 Below $ 5,747 $ 6,384,917 $ 6,056 $ 6,728,216 DENISON MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 53 491 1033 Below $ 5,746 $ 5,935,618 $ 6,056 $ 6,255,848 VAN BUREN MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 29 682 842 Below $ 5,745 $ 4,837,290 $ 6,056 $ 5,099,152 SPRINGWOOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 37 501 647 Below $ 5,742 $ 3,715,074 $ 6,056 $ 3,918,232 RIVERDALE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 261 794 Below $ 5,742 $ 4,559,148 $ 6,056 $ 4,808,464 HILL GUSTAT MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 28 91 652 Below $ 5,741 $ 3,743,132 $ 6,056 $ 3,948,512 MIRAMAR HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 6 1751 3102 Below $ 5,740 $ 17,805,480 $ 6,056 $ 18,785,712 NORTH MIAMI SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 13 7591 2913 Below $ 5,737 $ 16,711,881 $ 6,056 $ 17,641,128 ST. PETERSBURG HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 52 3781 2317 Below $ 5,737 $ 13,292,629 $ 6,056 $ 14,031,752 NARCOOSSEE COMMUNITY SCHOOL SS NPW 49 40 1597 Below $ 5,737 $ 9,161,989 $ 6,056 $ 9,671,432 WEDGEWOOD MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 17 591 570 Below $ 5,736 $ 3,269,520 $ 6,056 $ 3,451,920 EAU GALLIE HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 5 3011 2081 Below $ 5,735 $ 11,934,535 $ 6,056 $ 12,602,536 WILLIAM DANDY MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 6 1071 1286 Below $ 5,735 $ 7,375,210 $ 6,056 $ 7,788,016 SANFORD MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 59 151 1319 Below $ 5,733 $ 7,561,827 $ 6,056 $ 7,987,864 LAKEWOOD RANCH HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 41 721 2108 Below $ 5,731 $ 12,080,948 $ 6,056 $ 12,766,048 LINCOLN HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 37 1091 1984 Below $ 5,730 $ 11,368,320 $ 6,056 $ 12,015,104 LANDMARK MIDDLE SCHOOL NS NPW 16 2561 1349 Below $ 5,730 $ 7,729,770 $ 6,056 $ 8,169,544 OLD KINGS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 18 201 1115 Below $ 5,730 $ 6,388,950 $ 6,056 $ 6,752,440 BOONE HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 48 111 3192 Below $ 5,727 $ 18,280,584 $ 6,056 $ 19,330,752

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295 WEST NASSAU COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 45 191 1037 Below $ 5,726 $ 5,937,862 $ 6,056 $ 6,280,072 SEVEN SPRINGS MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 51 57 1314 Below $ 5,725 $ 7,522,650 $ 6,056 $ 7,957,584 WATERBRIDGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 48 1051 990 Below $ 5,720 $ 5,662,800 $ 6,056 $ 5,995,440 HARNS MARSH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 36 231 930 Below $ 5,719 $ 5,318,670 $ 6,056 $ 5,632,080 WESTCHESTER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 2681 1096 Below $ 5,716 $ 6,264,736 $ 6,056 $ 6,637,376 NATHAN B. FORREST HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 16 2411 1847 Below $ 5,715 $ 10,555,605 $ 6,056 $ 11,185,432 ALFRED I. DUPONT MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 16 661 970 Below $ 5,715 $ 5,543,550 $ 6,056 $ 5,874,320 GRAY MIDDLE SCHOOL NS NPW 35 113 1273 Below $ 5,715 $ 7,275,195 $ 6,056 $ 7,709,288 NEWBERRY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 1 531 593 Below $ 5,715 $ 3,388,995 $ 6,056 $ 3,591,208 FOREST CITY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 59 502 872 Below $ 5,714 $ 4,982,608 $ 6,056 $ 5,280,832 OCHWILLA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 54 341 484 Below $ 5,713 $ 2,765,092 $ 6,056 $ 2,931,104 OCOEE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 1531 727 Below $ 5,712 $ 4,152,624 $ 6,056 $ 4,402,712 LAKE MARY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 59 81 612 Below $ 5,712 $ 3,495,744 $ 6,056 $ 3,706,272 BONIFAY MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 30 12 481 Below $ 5,711 $ 2,746,991 $ 6,056 $ 2,912,936 SOUTHPORT MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 56 331 1081 Below $ 5,708 $ 6,170,348 $ 6,056 $ 6,546,536 GRADY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 29 1721 407 Below $ 5,707 $ 2,322,749 $ 6,056 $ 2,464,792 JENNINGS MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 29 2042 1005 Below $ 5,704 $ 5,732,520 $ 6,056 $ 6,086,280 GULF BREEZE MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 57 102 876 Below $ 5,704 $ 4,996,704 $ 6,056 $ 5,305,056 HOLLY HILL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 64 2721 649 Below $ 5,704 $ 3,701,896 $ 6,056 $ 3,930,344 DUNCAN U. FLETCHER MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 16 631 1332 Below $ 5,703 $ 7,596,396 $ 6,056 $ 8,066,592

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296 MULBERRY MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 53 1161 870 Below $ 5,697 $ 4,956,390 $ 6,056 $ 5,268,720 PORT ORANGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 64 4934 475 Below $ 5,696 $ 2,705,600 $ 6,056 $ 2,876,600 COCONUT CREEK HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 6 1681 2585 Below $ 5,695 $ 14,721,575 $ 6,056 $ 15,654,760 KEYSTONE HEIGHTS ELEMENTARY SS NPW 10 301 832 Below $ 5,695 $ 4,738,240 $ 6,056 $ 5,038,592 WESTGLADES MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 6 3871 1449 Below $ 5,693 $ 8,249,157 $ 6,056 $ 8,775,144 ANONA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 52 51 418 Below $ 5,693 $ 2,379,674 $ 6,056 $ 2,531,408 ESTERO HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 36 731 1650 Below $ 5,692 $ 9,391,800 $ 6,056 $ 9,992,400 MARTIN COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 43 31 1933 Below $ 5,688 $ 10,994,904 $ 6,056 $ 11,706,248 TYNES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 10 501 793 Below $ 5,688 $ 4,510,584 $ 6,056 $ 4,802,408 CHAIRES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 37 491 749 Below $ 5,687 $ 4,259,563 $ 6,056 $ 4,535,944 DIPLOMAT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 36 771 939 Below $ 5,685 $ 5,338,215 $ 6,056 $ 5,686,584 SOUTH DADE SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 13 7701 2702 Below $ 5,684 $ 15,358,168 $ 6,056 $ 16,363,312 W. D. SUGG MIDDLE SCHOOL NS NPW 41 581 890 Below $ 5,683 $ 5,057,870 $ 6,056 $ 5,389,840 PAUL R. SMITH MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 51 89 923 Below $ 5,679 $ 5,241,717 $ 6,056 $ 5,589,688 SEBRING MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 28 21 836 Below $ 5,674 $ 4,743,464 $ 6,056 $ 5,062,816 CANOPY OAKS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 37 1161 713 Below $ 5,674 $ 4,045,562 $ 6,056 $ 4,317,928 GOTHA MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 48 1681 1570 Below $ 5,672 $ 8,905,040 $ 6,056 $ 9,507,920 BUCK LAKE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 37 521 869 Below $ 5,672 $ 4,928,968 $ 6,056 $ 5,262,664 Q. I. ROBERTS MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 54 125 338 Below $ 5,671 $ 1,916,798 $ 6,056 $ 2,046,928 JACKSON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 2041 565 Below $ 5,671 $ 3,204,115 $ 6,056 $ 3,421,640

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297 MARY GIELLA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 51 451 621 Below $ 5,670 $ 3,521,070 $ 6,056 $ 3,760,776 SOUTHSIDE FUNDAMENTAL MIDDLE SS NPW 52 4231 635 Below $ 5,669 $ 3,599,815 $ 6,056 $ 3,845,560 EDGEWATER PUBLIC SCHOOL SS NPW 64 3697 652 Below $ 5,667 $ 3,694,884 $ 6,056 $ 3,948,512 EMMA LOVE HARDEE ELEMENTARY SS NPW 45 81 380 Below $ 5,667 $ 2,153,460 $ 6,056 $ 2,301,280 WILLISTON HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 38 91 616 Below $ 5,666 $ 3,490,256 $ 6,056 $ 3,730,496 MT. DORA MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 35 411 708 Below $ 5,666 $ 4,011,528 $ 6,056 $ 4,287,648 LARGO HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 52 2081 2199 Below $ 5,664 $ 12,455,136 $ 6,056 $ 13,317,144 ROBERT E. LEE HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 16 331 1933 Below $ 5,662 $ 10,944,646 $ 6,056 $ 11,706,248 RIVERSPRINGS MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 65 12 548 Below $ 5,660 $ 3,101,680 $ 6,056 $ 3,318,688 MURDOCK MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 8 211 902 Below $ 5,659 $ 5,104,418 $ 6,056 $ 5,462,512 MELLON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 54 91 478 Below $ 5,659 $ 2,705,002 $ 6,056 $ 2,894,768 EDWARD H. WHITE HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 16 2481 2172 Below $ 5,658 $ 12,289,176 $ 6,056 $ 13,153,632 UNION PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 431 765 Below $ 5,658 $ 4,328,370 $ 6,056 $ 4,632,840 CALLAWAY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 3 101 602 Below $ 5,658 $ 3,406,116 $ 6,056 $ 3,645,712 PLUMB ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 52 3431 812 Below $ 5,658 $ 4,594,296 $ 6,056 $ 4,917,472 THOMAS E. WEIGHTMAN MIDDLE NS NPW 51 461 1085 Below $ 5,657 $ 6,137,845 $ 6,056 $ 6,570,760 KERNAN MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 16 2791 1218 Below $ 5,657 $ 6,890,226 $ 6,056 $ 7,376,208 LEGACY MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 48 242 1014 Below $ 5,657 $ 5,736,198 $ 6,056 $ 6,140,784 CASSELBERRY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 59 202 802 Below $ 5,657 $ 4,536,914 $ 6,056 $ 4,856,912 DARNELL COOKMAN MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 16 1451 1100 Below $ 5,652 $ 6,217,200 $ 6,056 $ 6,661,600

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298 DINSMORE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS NPW 16 451 532 Below $ 5,652 $ 3,006,864 $ 6,056 $ 3,221,792 BELLVIEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 17 51 750 Below $ 5,650 $ 4,237,500 $ 6,056 $ 4,542,000 HAWKES BLUFF ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 3131 1004 Below $ 5,649 $ 5,671,596 $ 6,056 $ 6,080,224 WEST GATE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 50 481 1046 Below $ 5,648 $ 5,907,808 $ 6,056 $ 6,334,576 RUSKIN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 3841 1014 Below $ 5,647 $ 5,726,058 $ 6,056 $ 6,140,784 LAKE HOWELL HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 59 551 2244 Below $ 5,646 $ 12,669,624 $ 6,056 $ 13,589,664 OAKSTEAD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 51 82 702 Below $ 5,645 $ 3,962,790 $ 6,056 $ 4,251,312 CRYSTAL RIVER PRIMARY SCHOOL SS NPW 9 102 704 Below $ 5,643 $ 3,972,672 $ 6,056 $ 4,263,424 COLONIAL HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 48 661 3778 Below $ 5,641 $ 21,311,698 $ 6,056 $ 22,879,568 ROOSEVELT MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 50 311 1360 Below $ 5,641 $ 7,671,760 $ 6,056 $ 8,236,160 DAVIS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 29 56 911 Below $ 5,641 $ 5,138,951 $ 6,056 $ 5,517,016 ROY ALLEN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 5 3101 818 Below $ 5,641 $ 4,614,338 $ 6,056 $ 4,953,808 MACFARLANE PARK ELEMENTARY MAGNET SCHOOL SS NPW 29 60 395 Below $ 5,641 $ 2,228,195 $ 6,056 $ 2,392,120 RIDGEWOOD HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 51 931 1988 Below $ 5,640 $ 11,212,320 $ 6,056 $ 12,039,328 SEABREEZE SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 64 5836 1925 Below $ 5,640 $ 10,857,000 $ 6,056 $ 11,657,800 MIDDLEBURG HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 10 391 1981 Below $ 5,639 $ 11,170,859 $ 6,056 $ 11,996,936 MONARCH HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 6 3541 2120 Below $ 5,638 $ 11,952,560 $ 6,056 $ 12,838,720 JOHN G RILEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 37 231 534 Below $ 5,638 $ 3,010,692 $ 6,056 $ 3,233,904 C. H. PRICE MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 54 113 593 Below $ 5,637 $ 3,342,741 $ 6,056 $ 3,591,208 LAWTON CHILES HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 37 1141 1935 Below $ 5,635 $ 10,903,725 $ 6,056 $ 11,718,360

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299 STUART MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 43 21 974 Below $ 5,635 $ 5,488,490 $ 6,056 $ 5,898,544 INDEPENDENCE MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 50 2621 1217 Below $ 5,634 $ 6,856,578 $ 6,056 $ 7,370,152 DIXIE COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 15 21 628 Below $ 5,630 $ 3,535,640 $ 6,056 $ 3,803,168 CORDOVA PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 17 231 645 Below $ 5,630 $ 3,631,350 $ 6,056 $ 3,906,120 TYNDALL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 3 501 768 Below $ 5,630 $ 4,323,840 $ 6,056 $ 4,651,008 MANISCALCO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 29 2771 748 Below $ 5,629 $ 4,210,492 $ 6,056 $ 4,529,888 RIVERGLADES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 2891 916 Below $ 5,627 $ 5,154,332 $ 6,056 $ 5,547,296 CORKSCREW MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 11 442 1454 Below $ 5,626 $ 8,180,204 $ 6,056 $ 8,805,424 BAY POINT MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 52 171 1209 Below $ 5,626 $ 6,801,834 $ 6,056 $ 7,321,704 ENDEAVOR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 214 846 Below $ 5,626 $ 4,759,596 $ 6,056 $ 5,123,376 CORAL SUNSET ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 50 1811 769 Below $ 5,625 $ 4,325,625 $ 6,056 $ 4,657,064 CONWAY MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 48 1391 1302 Below $ 5,623 $ 7,321,146 $ 6,056 $ 7,884,912 MONROE MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 29 2362 779 Below $ 5,622 $ 4,379,538 $ 6,056 $ 4,717,624 SILVER LAKES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 3371 880 Below $ 5,622 $ 4,947,360 $ 6,056 $ 5,329,280 TARPON SPRINGS HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 52 4521 1932 Below $ 5,619 $ 10,855,908 $ 6,056 $ 11,700,192 SEBASTIAN RIVER MIDDLE SCHOOL NS NPW 31 171 1383 Below $ 5,619 $ 7,771,077 $ 6,056 $ 8,375,448 FORT WHITE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 12 121 686 Below $ 5,616 $ 3,852,576 $ 6,056 $ 4,154,416 BOND ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 37 1181 651 Below $ 5,614 $ 3,654,714 $ 6,056 $ 3,942,456 ORANGE RIVER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 36 321 856 Below $ 5,609 $ 4,801,304 $ 6,056 $ 5,183,936 WATERFORD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 1091 856 Below $ 5,608 $ 4,800,448 $ 6,056 $ 5,183,936

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300 ROCK SPRINGS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 1011 802 Below $ 5,603 $ 4,493,606 $ 6,056 $ 4,856,912 SEVEN OAKS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 51 2091 1058 Below $ 5,603 $ 5,927,974 $ 6,056 $ 6,407,248 JUPITER HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 50 81 3031 Below $ 5,602 $ 16,979,662 $ 6,056 $ 18,355,736 EUSTIS HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 35 81 1330 Below $ 5,600 $ 7,448,000 $ 6,056 $ 8,054,480 TRAFALGAR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 36 762 894 Below $ 5,600 $ 5,006,400 $ 6,056 $ 5,414,064 CYPRESS BAY HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 6 3623 5324 Below $ 5,599 $ 29,809,076 $ 6,056 $ 32,242,144 OZONA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 52 3071 737 Below $ 5,598 $ 4,125,726 $ 6,056 $ 4,463,272 ATLANTIS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 5 201 778 Below $ 5,598 $ 4,355,244 $ 6,056 $ 4,711,568 CHASCO MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 51 69 901 Below $ 5,597 $ 5,042,897 $ 6,056 $ 5,456,456 CAPE CORAL HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 36 621 2147 Below $ 5,593 $ 12,008,171 $ 6,056 $ 13,002,232 EAGLES LANDING MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 50 2461 1235 Below $ 5,592 $ 6,906,120 $ 6,056 $ 7,479,160 BLUE LAKE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 64 621 650 Below $ 5,592 $ 3,634,800 $ 6,056 $ 3,936,400 WEATHERBEE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 56 40 626 Below $ 5,592 $ 3,500,592 $ 6,056 $ 3,791,056 LOUIS S. SHEFFIELD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 16 2421 718 Below $ 5,591 $ 4,014,338 $ 6,056 $ 4,348,208 VANGUARD HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 42 461 1710 Below $ 5,590 $ 9,558,900 $ 6,056 $ 10,355,760 APOLLO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 5 61 728 Below $ 5,587 $ 4,067,336 $ 6,056 $ 4,408,768 OCEAN BREEZE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 5 6071 535 Below $ 5,586 $ 2,988,510 $ 6,056 $ 3,239,960 DENHAM OAKS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 51 59 879 Below $ 5,585 $ 4,909,215 $ 6,056 $ 5,323,224 HAINES CITY SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 53 1791 1853 Below $ 5,584 $ 10,347,152 $ 6,056 $ 11,221,768 OCOEE MIDDLE SCHOOL NS NPW 48 342 1660 Below $ 5,584 $ 9,269,440 $ 6,056 $ 10,052,960

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301 GIBSONTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 1601 766 Below $ 5,583 $ 4,276,578 $ 6,056 $ 4,638,896 INVERNESS MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 9 42 1173 Below $ 5,582 $ 6,547,686 $ 6,056 $ 7,103,688 WESTPINE MIDDLE SCHOOL NS NPW 6 2052 1415 Below $ 5,581 $ 7,897,115 $ 6,056 $ 8,569,240 PACE HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 57 182 1916 Below $ 5,580 $ 10,691,280 $ 6,056 $ 11,603,296 SOUTHWOOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS NPW 48 1341 849 Below $ 5,577 $ 4,734,873 $ 6,056 $ 5,141,544 RICHARDSON MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 12 31 684 Below $ 5,576 $ 3,813,984 $ 6,056 $ 4,142,304 MEADOWBROOK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 6 761 647 Below $ 5,574 $ 3,606,378 $ 6,056 $ 3,918,232 LEILA DAVIS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 52 991 759 Below $ 5,573 $ 4,229,907 $ 6,056 $ 4,596,504 MARINER HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 36 721 2038 Below $ 5,572 $ 11,355,736 $ 6,056 $ 12,342,128 TARPON SPRINGS MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 52 4581 1284 Below $ 5,571 $ 7,153,164 $ 6,056 $ 7,775,904 BRADEN RIVER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 41 651 628 Below $ 5,571 $ 3,498,588 $ 6,056 $ 3,803,168 GATEWAY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 36 811 882 Below $ 5,570 $ 4,912,740 $ 6,056 $ 5,341,392 ERNEST WARD MIDDLE SCHOOL NS NPW 17 541 451 Below $ 5,569 $ 2,511,619 $ 6,056 $ 2,731,256 MANGO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 2721 671 Below $ 5,569 $ 3,736,799 $ 6,056 $ 4,063,576 FLORESTA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 56 241 748 Below $ 5,569 $ 4,165,612 $ 6,056 $ 4,529,888 ELIZABETH COBB MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 37 32 891 Below $ 5,568 $ 4,961,088 $ 6,056 $ 5,395,896 SILVER RIDGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 3081 1043 Below $ 5,568 $ 5,807,424 $ 6,056 $ 6,316,408 LAKE WEIR HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 42 501 1706 Below $ 5,563 $ 9,490,478 $ 6,056 $ 10,331,536 SAFETY HARBOR MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 52 3741 1344 Below $ 5,561 $ 7,473,984 $ 6,056 $ 8,139,264 NORTH FORT MYERS HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 36 311 2127 Below $ 5,559 $ 11,823,993 $ 6,056 $ 12,881,112

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302 LONE STAR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 16 2331 792 Below $ 5,558 $ 4,401,936 $ 6,056 $ 4,796,352 DUNNELLON HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 42 521 1369 Below $ 5,557 $ 7,607,533 $ 6,056 $ 8,290,664 ARVIDA MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 13 6021 1583 Below $ 5,557 $ 8,796,731 $ 6,056 $ 9,586,648 MIAMI CORAL PARK SENIOR HIGH NS PW 13 7271 3765 Below $ 5,556 $ 20,918,340 $ 6,056 $ 22,800,840 TERRY PARKER HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 16 861 1899 Below $ 5,548 $ 10,535,652 $ 6,056 $ 11,500,344 DUNEDIN HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 52 1081 1975 Below $ 5,548 $ 10,957,300 $ 6,056 $ 11,960,600 MEADOW WOODS MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 48 1381 1392 Below $ 5,548 $ 7,722,816 $ 6,056 $ 8,429,952 CORAL SPRINGS MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 6 2561 1347 Below $ 5,548 $ 7,473,156 $ 6,056 $ 8,157,432 CHAMBERLAIN HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 29 761 2246 Below $ 5,547 $ 12,458,562 $ 6,056 $ 13,601,776 DON BREWER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 16 2171 566 Below $ 5,547 $ 3,139,602 $ 6,056 $ 3,427,696 KINGSWOOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 29 2261 562 Below $ 5,545 $ 3,116,290 $ 6,056 $ 3,403,472 SILVER PALMS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 3491 1011 Below $ 5,544 $ 5,604,984 $ 6,056 $ 6,122,616 PROGRESS VILLAGE MIDDLE MAGNET SCHOOL NS PW 29 3561 919 Below $ 5,542 $ 5,093,098 $ 6,056 $ 5,565,464 WOLF LAKE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 1751 857 Below $ 5,542 $ 4,749,494 $ 6,056 $ 5,189,992 LAKE PLACID ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 28 211 777 Below $ 5,542 $ 4,306,134 $ 6,056 $ 4,705,512 MARGATE MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 6 581 1222 Below $ 5,539 $ 6,768,658 $ 6,056 $ 7,400,432 BRYAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 521 870 Below $ 5,539 $ 4,818,930 $ 6,056 $ 5,268,720 CLAYWELL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 29 861 851 Below $ 5,539 $ 4,713,689 $ 6,056 $ 5,153,656 LAKESIDE JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 10 351 963 Below $ 5,538 $ 5,333,094 $ 6,056 $ 5,831,928 ROCK CRUSHER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 9 191 732 Below $ 5,538 $ 4,053,816 $ 6,056 $ 4,432,992

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303 MEDULLA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 53 181 790 Below $ 5,535 $ 4,372,650 $ 6,056 $ 4,784,240 ALIMACANI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 16 2571 1105 Below $ 5,535 $ 6,116,175 $ 6,056 $ 6,691,880 OVIEDO HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 59 421 2761 Below $ 5,534 $ 15,279,374 $ 6,056 $ 16,720,616 CHOLEE LAKE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 50 2761 1138 Below $ 5,534 $ 6,297,692 $ 6,056 $ 6,891,728 TOMLIN MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 29 3442 1546 Below $ 5,532 $ 8,552,472 $ 6,056 $ 9,362,576 SUNCOAST ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 27 321 971 Below $ 5,532 $ 5,371,572 $ 6,056 $ 5,880,376 NATURE COAST TECHNICAL HIGH NS NPW 27 351 1416 Below $ 5,531 $ 7,831,896 $ 6,056 $ 8,575,296 GREENSBORO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 20 141 435 Below $ 5,530 $ 2,405,550 $ 6,056 $ 2,634,360 HUDSON MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 51 951 1199 Below $ 5,528 $ 6,628,072 $ 6,056 $ 7,261,144 MAYPORT MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 16 2541 743 Below $ 5,528 $ 4,107,304 $ 6,056 $ 4,499,608 TUSKAWILLA MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 59 541 1159 Below $ 5,527 $ 6,405,793 $ 6,056 $ 7,018,904 LAKE REGION HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 53 1991 2181 Below $ 5,526 $ 12,052,206 $ 6,056 $ 13,208,136 MIDDLEBURG ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 10 271 738 Below $ 5,525 $ 4,077,450 $ 6,056 $ 4,469,328 WINTER SPRINGS HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 59 911 2483 Below $ 5,524 $ 13,716,092 $ 6,056 $ 15,037,048 TREASURE COAST ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS NPW 31 341 673 Below $ 5,514 $ 3,710,922 $ 6,056 $ 4,075,688 LAKE LUCINA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS NPW 16 851 510 Below $ 5,514 $ 2,812,140 $ 6,056 $ 3,088,560 COLEMAN MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 29 921 889 Below $ 5,512 $ 4,900,168 $ 6,056 $ 5,383,784 YATES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 29 4961 760 Below $ 5,512 $ 4,189,120 $ 6,056 $ 4,602,560 SILVER TRAIL MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 6 3331 1772 Below $ 5,511 $ 9,765,492 $ 6,056 $ 10,731,232 GREGORY DRIVE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 16 2431 750 Below $ 5,510 $ 4,132,500 $ 6,056 $ 4,542,000

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304 CHIPLEY HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 67 21 618 Below $ 5,509 $ 3,404,562 $ 6,056 $ 3,742,608 FERRY PASS MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 17 301 910 Below $ 5,508 $ 5,012,280 $ 6,056 $ 5,510,960 MIAMI SOUTHRIDGE SENIOR HIGH NS PW 13 7731 3679 Below $ 5,507 $ 20,260,253 $ 6,056 $ 22,280,024 OAK GROVE MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 52 2861 1015 Below $ 5,507 $ 5,589,605 $ 6,056 $ 6,146,840 DELTONA HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 64 6761 2890 Below $ 5,505 $ 15,909,450 $ 6,056 $ 17,501,840 TURKEY CREEK MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 29 4522 1107 Below $ 5,504 $ 6,092,928 $ 6,056 $ 6,703,992 W T MOORE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 37 421 680 Below $ 5,504 $ 3,742,720 $ 6,056 $ 4,118,080 OCOEE HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 48 252 3181 Below $ 5,498 $ 17,489,138 $ 6,056 $ 19,264,136 MELALEUCA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 50 1441 960 Below $ 5,496 $ 5,276,160 $ 6,056 $ 5,813,760 HAMMETT BOWEN JR. ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 42 711 768 Below $ 5,494 $ 4,219,392 $ 6,056 $ 4,651,008 CORAL GLADES HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 6 3861 2468 Below $ 5,493 $ 13,556,724 $ 6,056 $ 14,946,208 LEHIGH SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 36 241 2167 Below $ 5,489 $ 11,894,663 $ 6,056 $ 13,123,352 MANDARIN HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 16 2601 2891 Below $ 5,489 $ 15,868,699 $ 6,056 $ 17,507,896 EVERGLADES HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 6 3731 3672 Below $ 5,488 $ 20,151,936 $ 6,056 $ 22,237,632 SEMINOLE RIDGE COMMUNITY HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 50 3861 2394 Below $ 5,488 $ 13,138,272 $ 6,056 $ 14,498,064 MARSHALL MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 29 2841 1006 Below $ 5,488 $ 5,520,928 $ 6,056 $ 6,092,336 PIONEER MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 6 2571 1675 Below $ 5,488 $ 9,192,400 $ 6,056 $ 10,143,800 CITRUS PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 29 801 842 Below $ 5,488 $ 4,620,896 $ 6,056 $ 5,099,152 OAKHURST ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 52 2921 718 Below $ 5,486 $ 3,938,948 $ 6,056 $ 4,348,208 AUDUBON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 5 4051 631 Below $ 5,486 $ 3,461,666 $ 6,056 $ 3,821,336

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305 SUWANNEE MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 61 51 1050 Below $ 5,484 $ 5,758,200 $ 6,056 $ 6,358,800 HIGHLANDS MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 16 2441 1189 Below $ 5,483 $ 6,519,287 $ 6,056 $ 7,200,584 HUDSON HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 51 521 1716 Below $ 5,480 $ 9,403,680 $ 6,056 $ 10,392,096 ANDREW JACKSON HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 16 351 1695 Below $ 5,478 $ 9,285,210 $ 6,056 $ 10,264,920 OKEECHOBEE HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 47 101 1284 Below $ 5,474 $ 7,028,616 $ 6,056 $ 7,775,904 LAKE GEM ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 48 241 794 Below $ 5,474 $ 4,346,356 $ 6,056 $ 4,808,464 LOCKMAR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 5 2111 742 Below $ 5,474 $ 4,061,708 $ 6,056 $ 4,493,552 PALM BEACH CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 50 2631 2595 Below $ 5,473 $ 14,202,435 $ 6,056 $ 15,715,320 INDIAN RIDGE MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 6 3471 2126 Below $ 5,473 $ 11,635,598 $ 6,056 $ 12,875,056 ROWLETT MAGNET ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 41 751 799 Below $ 5,470 $ 4,370,530 $ 6,056 $ 4,838,744 BURNETT MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 29 631 1029 Below $ 5,468 $ 5,626,572 $ 6,056 $ 6,231,624 JIM C. BAILEY MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 17 1221 1539 Below $ 5,467 $ 8,413,713 $ 6,056 $ 9,320,184 ROCK LAKE MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 59 621 1126 Below $ 5,466 $ 6,154,716 $ 6,056 $ 6,819,056 SPRING HILL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 27 211 1033 Below $ 5,465 $ 5,645,345 $ 6,056 $ 6,255,848 HECTOR CAFFERATA JR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 36 712 762 Below $ 5,461 $ 4,161,282 $ 6,056 $ 4,614,672 GROVELAND ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 35 382 953 Below $ 5,459 $ 5,202,427 $ 6,056 $ 5,771,368 AMERICAN SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 13 7011 2773 Below $ 5,457 $ 15,132,261 $ 6,056 $ 16,793,288 WHARTON HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 29 4731 2358 Below $ 5,457 $ 12,867,606 $ 6,056 $ 14,280,048 APOPKA HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 48 1521 3534 Below $ 5,457 $ 19,285,038 $ 6,056 $ 21,401,904 ROBERT M. PATERSON ELEMENTARY SS NPW 10 471 1065 Below $ 5,457 $ 5,811,705 $ 6,056 $ 6,449,640

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306 WEWAHITCHKA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 23 22 428 Below $ 5,456 $ 2,335,168 $ 6,056 $ 2,591,968 ENGLEWOOD HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 16 901 1997 Below $ 5,453 $ 10,889,641 $ 6,056 $ 12,093,832 OCEANWAY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS NPW 16 2701 641 Below $ 5,452 $ 3,494,732 $ 6,056 $ 3,881,896 DEER PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 51 421 641 Below $ 5,452 $ 3,494,732 $ 6,056 $ 3,881,896 CHAPEL TRAIL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 2961 1148 Below $ 5,452 $ 6,258,896 $ 6,056 $ 6,952,288 GREEN COVE SPRINGS JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 10 21 869 Below $ 5,449 $ 4,735,181 $ 6,056 $ 5,262,664 CLAY SPRINGS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 991 822 Below $ 5,449 $ 4,479,078 $ 6,056 $ 4,978,032 PINELLAS PARK MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 52 3411 1009 Below $ 5,448 $ 5,497,032 $ 6,056 $ 6,110,504 SPRUCE CREEK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 64 4531 774 Below $ 5,445 $ 4,214,430 $ 6,056 $ 4,687,344 NEPTUNE MIDDLE SCHOOL NS NPW 49 311 1516 Below $ 5,443 $ 8,251,588 $ 6,056 $ 9,180,896 VERNON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 67 151 558 Below $ 5,443 $ 3,037,194 $ 6,056 $ 3,379,248 LARGO MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 52 141 1139 Below $ 5,442 $ 6,198,438 $ 6,056 $ 6,897,784 HOBE SOUND ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 43 111 592 Below $ 5,441 $ 3,221,072 $ 6,056 $ 3,585,152 TINKER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 29 4381 554 Below $ 5,440 $ 3,013,760 $ 6,056 $ 3,355,024 FALCON COVE MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 6 3622 2256 Below $ 5,439 $ 12,270,384 $ 6,056 $ 13,662,336 GILCHRIST ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 37 381 917 Below $ 5,438 $ 4,986,646 $ 6,056 $ 5,553,352 BENTLEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 59 801 976 Below $ 5,434 $ 5,303,584 $ 6,056 $ 5,910,656 COACHMAN FUNDAMENTAL MIDDLE SS NPW 52 731 549 Below $ 5,433 $ 2,982,717 $ 6,056 $ 3,324,744 HOLLEY NAVARRE MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 57 272 732 Below $ 5,429 $ 3,974,028 $ 6,056 $ 4,432,992 BRONSON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 38 1011 686 Below $ 5,427 $ 3,722,922 $ 6,056 $ 4,154,416

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307 HERNANDO HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 27 51 1453 Below $ 5,423 $ 7,879,619 $ 6,056 $ 8,799,368 GULF BREEZE HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 57 103 1552 Below $ 5,419 $ 8,410,288 $ 6,056 $ 9,398,912 HILLIARD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 45 241 732 Below $ 5,417 $ 3,965,244 $ 6,056 $ 4,432,992 PORT CHARLOTTE MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 8 131 1043 Below $ 5,416 $ 5,648,888 $ 6,056 $ 6,316,408 HOBBS MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 57 231 718 Below $ 5,415 $ 3,887,970 $ 6,056 $ 4,348,208 GREENWOOD LAKES MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 59 671 1178 Below $ 5,412 $ 6,375,336 $ 6,056 $ 7,133,968 CHIEFLAND ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 38 241 829 Below $ 5,411 $ 4,485,719 $ 6,056 $ 5,020,424 PARK SPRINGS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 3171 960 Below $ 5,411 $ 5,194,560 $ 6,056 $ 5,813,760 BELLE TERRE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 18 301 1383 Below $ 5,410 $ 7,482,030 $ 6,056 $ 8,375,448 SPRINGHEAD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 4161 853 Below $ 5,409 $ 4,613,877 $ 6,056 $ 5,165,768 ORMOND BEACH MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 64 4235 972 Below $ 5,404 $ 5,252,688 $ 6,056 $ 5,886,432 LAKE GEORGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 301 598 Below $ 5,404 $ 3,231,592 $ 6,056 $ 3,621,488 WEST CREEK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 232 808 Below $ 5,404 $ 4,366,432 $ 6,056 $ 4,893,248 DELAND HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 64 1453 3336 Below $ 5,403 $ 18,024,408 $ 6,056 $ 20,202,816 FOREST HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 42 351 2181 Below $ 5,402 $ 11,781,762 $ 6,056 $ 13,208,136 PIZZO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 3381 850 Below $ 5,402 $ 4,591,700 $ 6,056 $ 5,147,600 DENN JOHN MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 49 91 1163 Below $ 5,401 $ 6,281,363 $ 6,056 $ 7,043,128 SAND PINE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 51 2061 1034 Below $ 5,401 $ 5,584,634 $ 6,056 $ 6,261,904 BAKER COUNTY SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 2 12 1334 Below $ 5,398 $ 7,200,932 $ 6,056 $ 8,078,704 CITRUS SPRINGS MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 9 211 817 Below $ 5,398 $ 4,410,166 $ 6,056 $ 4,947,752

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308 EASTBROOK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 59 531 815 Below $ 5,398 $ 4,399,370 $ 6,056 $ 4,935,640 SAMUEL W. WOLFSON HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 16 2241 1879 Below $ 5,396 $ 10,139,084 $ 6,056 $ 11,379,224 LAWTON CHILES MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 13 6161 1555 Below $ 5,394 $ 8,387,670 $ 6,056 $ 9,417,080 TRINITY OAKS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 51 85 553 Below $ 5,393 $ 2,982,329 $ 6,056 $ 3,348,968 DR MICHAEL M. KROP SENIOR HIGH NS NPW 13 7141 3720 Below $ 5,390 $ 20,050,800 $ 6,056 $ 22,528,320 WYNDHAM LAKES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 48 1741 909 Below $ 5,387 $ 4,896,783 $ 6,056 $ 5,504,904 WAKULLA HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 65 71 1328 Below $ 5,384 $ 7,149,952 $ 6,056 $ 8,042,368 SCHWARZKOPF ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 29 3861 758 Below $ 5,383 $ 4,080,314 $ 6,056 $ 4,590,448 WINDY HILL MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 35 481 1437 Below $ 5,382 $ 7,733,934 $ 6,056 $ 8,702,472 J.R. ARNOLD HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 3 551 1463 Below $ 5,381 $ 7,872,403 $ 6,056 $ 8,859,928 PLANT CITY HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 29 3431 2734 Below $ 5,380 $ 14,708,920 $ 6,056 $ 16,557,104 BENITO MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 29 201 1190 Below $ 5,380 $ 6,402,200 $ 6,056 $ 7,206,640 BLOOMINGDALE HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 29 4141 2231 Below $ 5,379 $ 12,000,549 $ 6,056 $ 13,510,936 FERRY PASS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 17 291 679 Below $ 5,379 $ 3,652,341 $ 6,056 $ 4,112,024 RAMBLEWOOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 2721 973 Below $ 5,379 $ 5,233,767 $ 6,056 $ 5,892,488 EAST RIDGE HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 35 801 2886 Below $ 5,375 $ 15,512,250 $ 6,056 $ 17,477,616 CRESTWOOD COMMUNITY MIDDLE SS NPW 50 1691 1251 Below $ 5,375 $ 6,724,125 $ 6,056 $ 7,576,056 BAUDER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 52 151 791 Below $ 5,373 $ 4,250,043 $ 6,056 $ 4,790,296 INDIALANTIC ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 5 6081 779 Below $ 5,372 $ 4,184,788 $ 6,056 $ 4,717,624 A. CRAWFORD MOSLEY HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 3 491 2090 Below $ 5,371 $ 11,225,390 $ 6,056 $ 12,657,040

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309 WILLISTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 38 231 498 Below $ 5,371 $ 2,674,758 $ 6,056 $ 3,015,888 HARDEE SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 25 21 1329 Below $ 5,370 $ 7,136,730 $ 6,056 $ 8,048,424 EASTSIDE HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 1 421 1947 Below $ 5,370 $ 10,455,390 $ 6,056 $ 11,791,032 OCEAN PALMS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 55 391 789 Below $ 5,370 $ 4,236,930 $ 6,056 $ 4,778,184 TRADEWINDS MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 50 2781 1164 Below $ 5,367 $ 6,247,188 $ 6,056 $ 7,049,184 QUIET WATERS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 3121 1242 Below $ 5,367 $ 6,665,814 $ 6,056 $ 7,521,552 CLARCONA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 941 964 Below $ 5,365 $ 5,171,860 $ 6,056 $ 5,837,984 PINES MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 6 1881 1342 Below $ 5,363 $ 7,197,146 $ 6,056 $ 8,127,152 FOX CHAPEL MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 27 202 1018 Below $ 5,362 $ 5,458,516 $ 6,056 $ 6,165,008 SUMMERS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 12 141 877 Below $ 5,362 $ 4,702,474 $ 6,056 $ 5,311,112 JENSEN BEACH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 43 211 617 Below $ 5,359 $ 3,306,503 $ 6,056 $ 3,736,552 EAGLE POINT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 3461 1268 Below $ 5,358 $ 6,793,944 $ 6,056 $ 7,679,008 BARTRAM TRAIL HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 55 411 2615 Below $ 5,354 $ 14,000,710 $ 6,056 $ 15,836,440 L. A. AINGER MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 8 181 1030 Below $ 5,352 $ 5,512,560 $ 6,056 $ 6,237,680 CHARLOTTE HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 8 31 2057 Below $ 5,344 $ 10,992,608 $ 6,056 $ 12,457,192 DOLPHIN BAY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 3751 589 Below $ 5,344 $ 3,147,616 $ 6,056 $ 3,566,984 BELLAMY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 1776 813 Below $ 5,343 $ 4,343,859 $ 6,056 $ 4,923,528 LAFAYETTE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 34 22 554 Below $ 5,343 $ 2,960,022 $ 6,056 $ 3,355,024 MEDART ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 65 11 660 Below $ 5,343 $ 3,526,380 $ 6,056 $ 3,996,960 ELBERT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 53 591 635 Below $ 5,341 $ 3,391,535 $ 6,056 $ 3,845,560

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310 SWIFT CREEK MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 37 1151 974 Below $ 5,339 $ 5,200,186 $ 6,056 $ 5,898,544 MANDARIN MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 16 2591 1589 Below $ 5,338 $ 8,482,082 $ 6,056 $ 9,622,984 SEA WIND ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 43 25 644 Below $ 5,336 $ 3,436,384 $ 6,056 $ 3,900,064 CARLOS E. HAILE MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 41 711 975 Below $ 5,335 $ 5,201,625 $ 6,056 $ 5,904,600 ELBRIDGE GALE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 50 3361 833 Below $ 5,335 $ 4,444,055 $ 6,056 $ 5,044,648 THOMAS L SIMS MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 57 332 894 Below $ 5,334 $ 4,768,596 $ 6,056 $ 5,414,064 GARDEN GROVE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 53 1711 729 Below $ 5,334 $ 3,888,486 $ 6,056 $ 4,414,824 CANNELLA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 29 691 908 Below $ 5,333 $ 4,842,364 $ 6,056 $ 5,498,848 ZEPHYRHILLS HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 51 131 1656 Below $ 5,332 $ 8,829,792 $ 6,056 $ 10,028,736 IDA S. BAKER HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 36 861 1979 Below $ 5,332 $ 10,552,028 $ 6,056 $ 11,984,824 CHAIN OF LAKES MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 48 1291 1279 Below $ 5,330 $ 6,817,070 $ 6,056 $ 7,745,624 TEQUESTA TRACE MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 6 3151 1639 Below $ 5,329 $ 8,734,231 $ 6,056 $ 9,925,784 SUGAR MILL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 64 4621 766 Below $ 5,329 $ 4,082,014 $ 6,056 $ 4,638,896 ST. CLOUD MIDDLE SCHOOL NS NPW 49 272 1311 Below $ 5,326 $ 6,982,386 $ 6,056 $ 7,939,416 LAKE CITY MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 12 241 1057 Below $ 5,322 $ 5,625,354 $ 6,056 $ 6,401,192 HERNANDO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 9 171 739 Below $ 5,321 $ 3,932,219 $ 6,056 $ 4,475,384 SANDHILL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 53 341 955 Below $ 5,320 $ 5,080,600 $ 6,056 $ 5,783,480 JOSEPH STILWELL MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 16 2191 1207 Below $ 5,318 $ 6,418,826 $ 6,056 $ 7,309,592 HOLLEY NAVARRE INTERMEDIATE SS NPW 57 271 684 Below $ 5,317 $ 3,636,828 $ 6,056 $ 4,142,304 PORT CHARLOTTE HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 8 151 2183 Below $ 5,316 $ 11,604,828 $ 6,056 $ 13,220,248

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311 GRECO MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 29 1781 1021 Below $ 5,316 $ 5,427,636 $ 6,056 $ 6,183,176 COCONUT PALM ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 3741 1072 Below $ 5,315 $ 5,697,680 $ 6,056 $ 6,492,032 LAYER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 59 121 637 Below $ 5,315 $ 3,385,655 $ 6,056 $ 3,857,672 DUNEDIN HIGHLAND MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 52 1091 1115 Below $ 5,312 $ 5,922,880 $ 6,056 $ 6,752,440 ESCAMBIA HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 17 281 1829 Below $ 5,311 $ 9,713,819 $ 6,056 $ 11,076,424 BLACKBURN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 41 541 659 Below $ 5,311 $ 3,499,949 $ 6,056 $ 3,990,904 BRYCEVILLE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 45 181 282 Below $ 5,310 $ 1,497,420 $ 6,056 $ 1,707,792 SHIELDS MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 29 55 1126 Below $ 5,305 $ 5,973,430 $ 6,056 $ 6,819,056 MCLANE MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 29 322 1080 Below $ 5,304 $ 5,728,320 $ 6,056 $ 6,540,480 KEETH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 59 661 775 Below $ 5,304 $ 4,110,600 $ 6,056 $ 4,693,400 CARILLON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 59 441 802 Below $ 5,304 $ 4,253,808 $ 6,056 $ 4,856,912 LAKEVILLE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 141 926 Below $ 5,301 $ 4,908,726 $ 6,056 $ 5,607,856 MARIANNA HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 32 21 909 Below $ 5,300 $ 4,817,700 $ 6,056 $ 5,504,904 MADEIRA BEACH MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 52 2261 1116 Below $ 5,299 $ 5,913,684 $ 6,056 $ 6,758,496 HILL MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 29 1871 1110 Below $ 5,298 $ 5,880,780 $ 6,056 $ 6,722,160 LAKELAND SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 53 31 2158 Below $ 5,297 $ 11,430,926 $ 6,056 $ 13,068,848 PALM HARBOR MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 52 3191 1399 Below $ 5,294 $ 7,406,306 $ 6,056 $ 8,472,344 TIMBER CREEK HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 48 1631 4018 Below $ 5,293 $ 21,267,274 $ 6,056 $ 24,333,008 LAWTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 59 131 882 Below $ 5,291 $ 4,666,662 $ 6,056 $ 5,341,392 DISCOVERY INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL NS PW 49 41 1634 Below $ 5,290 $ 8,643,860 $ 6,056 $ 9,895,504

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312 WEST BOCA RATON HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 50 3251 2249 Below $ 5,289 $ 11,894,961 $ 6,056 $ 13,619,944 LIMONA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 29 2431 596 Below $ 5,289 $ 3,152,244 $ 6,056 $ 3,609,376 BEULAH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 17 941 712 Below $ 5,285 $ 3,762,920 $ 6,056 $ 4,311,872 CLAY HILL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 10 411 496 Below $ 5,285 $ 2,621,360 $ 6,056 $ 3,003,776 WALDEN LAKE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 29 4591 858 Below $ 5,285 $ 4,534,530 $ 6,056 $ 5,196,048 PALM CITY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 43 61 900 Below $ 5,285 $ 4,756,500 $ 6,056 $ 5,450,400 PARK TRAILS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 3781 1328 Below $ 5,281 $ 7,013,168 $ 6,056 $ 8,042,368 NORTH MARION HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 42 331 1572 Below $ 5,279 $ 8,298,588 $ 6,056 $ 9,520,032 WOODLANDS MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 50 1921 1568 Below $ 5,278 $ 8,275,904 $ 6,056 $ 9,495,808 MERRITT BROWN MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 3 71 829 Below $ 5,276 $ 4,373,804 $ 6,056 $ 5,020,424 PINE RIDGE HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 64 6881 2571 Below $ 5,275 $ 13,562,025 $ 6,056 $ 15,569,976 BRANFORD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 61 89 642 Below $ 5,273 $ 3,385,266 $ 6,056 $ 3,887,952 MOON LAKE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 51 941 639 Below $ 5,273 $ 3,369,447 $ 6,056 $ 3,869,784 PORT ST. LUCIE HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 56 301 2251 Below $ 5,270 $ 11,862,770 $ 6,056 $ 13,632,056 LAKE BUTLER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 63 31 955 Below $ 5,270 $ 5,032,850 $ 6,056 $ 5,783,480 PALMETTO MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 13 6701 1689 Below $ 5,269 $ 8,899,341 $ 6,056 $ 10,228,584 TIMBERLIN CREEK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 55 451 1220 Below $ 5,269 $ 6,428,180 $ 6,056 $ 7,388,320 SEA CASTLE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS NPW 6 2871 1046 Below $ 5,266 $ 5,508,236 $ 6,056 $ 6,334,576 SOUTH LAKE HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 35 701 1964 Below $ 5,265 $ 10,340,460 $ 6,056 $ 11,893,984 MARGATE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS NPW 6 1161 1027 Below $ 5,262 $ 5,404,074 $ 6,056 $ 6,219,512

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313 HIALEAH SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 13 7111 4172 Below $ 5,261 $ 21,948,892 $ 6,056 $ 25,265,632 PALM VIEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 41 281 621 Below $ 5,261 $ 3,267,081 $ 6,056 $ 3,760,776 PARKER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 3 211 701 Below $ 5,261 $ 3,687,961 $ 6,056 $ 4,245,256 OSTEEN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 64 2021 756 Below $ 5,258 $ 3,975,048 $ 6,056 $ 4,578,336 WATSON B. DUNCAN MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 50 1971 1178 Below $ 5,256 $ 6,191,568 $ 6,056 $ 7,133,968 HIDDEN OAKS MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 43 321 1075 Below $ 5,256 $ 5,650,200 $ 6,056 $ 6,510,200 CRYSTAL RIVER MIDDLE SCHOOL NS NPW 9 83 976 Below $ 5,249 $ 5,123,024 $ 6,056 $ 5,910,656 WINSTON PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 3091 1186 Below $ 5,247 $ 6,222,942 $ 6,056 $ 7,182,416 HILAND PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 3 151 889 Below $ 5,247 $ 4,664,583 $ 6,056 $ 5,383,784 CREEKSIDE MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 64 7791 1208 Below $ 5,246 $ 6,337,168 $ 6,056 $ 7,315,648 DAVIDSEN MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 29 1080 1212 Below $ 5,245 $ 6,356,940 $ 6,056 $ 7,339,872 LORETTO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 16 301 1223 Below $ 5,245 $ 6,414,635 $ 6,056 $ 7,406,488 MELBOURNE SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 5 2011 2342 Below $ 5,244 $ 12,281,448 $ 6,056 $ 14,183,152 EAST LAKE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 259 888 Below $ 5,244 $ 4,656,672 $ 6,056 $ 5,377,728 KNIGHTS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 29 2291 796 Below $ 5,239 $ 4,170,244 $ 6,056 $ 4,820,576 PALM COVE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS NPW 6 3311 1031 Below $ 5,235 $ 5,397,285 $ 6,056 $ 6,243,736 APOLLO BEACH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 29 141 605 Below $ 5,235 $ 3,167,175 $ 6,056 $ 3,663,880 SEFFNER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 29 3881 696 Below $ 5,235 $ 3,643,560 $ 6,056 $ 4,214,976 HAMMOCKS MIDDLE SCHOOL NS NPW 13 6221 2193 Below $ 5,230 $ 11,469,390 $ 6,056 $ 13,280,808 QUAIL HOLLOW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 51 361 850 Below $ 5,230 $ 4,445,500 $ 6,056 $ 5,147,600

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314 THOMAS JEFFERSON ELEMENTARY SS NPW 16 481 585 Below $ 5,227 $ 3,057,795 $ 6,056 $ 3,542,760 PINE VIEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 51 902 721 Below $ 5,226 $ 3,767,946 $ 6,056 $ 4,366,376 CITRUS SPRINGS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 9 181 958 Below $ 5,223 $ 5,003,634 $ 6,056 $ 5,801,648 FLEMING ISLAND HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 10 551 2257 Below $ 5,220 $ 11,781,540 $ 6,056 $ 13,668,392 POLO PARK MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 50 2611 1595 Below $ 5,220 $ 8,325,900 $ 6,056 $ 9,659,320 WEKIVA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 59 651 869 Below $ 5,219 $ 4,535,311 $ 6,056 $ 5,262,664 LAKE WHITNEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 1571 999 Below $ 5,218 $ 5,212,782 $ 6,056 $ 6,049,944 BONIFAY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 30 121 690 Below $ 5,215 $ 3,598,350 $ 6,056 $ 4,178,640 ALICE B. LANDRUM MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 55 311 1066 Below $ 5,211 $ 5,554,926 $ 6,056 $ 6,455,696 MARIANNA MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 32 61 652 Below $ 5,210 $ 3,396,920 $ 6,056 $ 3,948,512 SUNSET LAKES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 3661 1051 Below $ 5,208 $ 5,473,608 $ 6,056 $ 6,364,856 COTTONDALE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 32 271 465 Below $ 5,207 $ 2,421,255 $ 6,056 $ 2,816,040 KINNAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 41 741 759 Below $ 5,205 $ 3,950,595 $ 6,056 $ 4,596,504 FORT CLARKE MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 1 481 866 Below $ 5,200 $ 4,503,200 $ 6,056 $ 5,244,496 CALLAHAN MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 45 131 796 Below $ 5,196 $ 4,136,016 $ 6,056 $ 4,820,576 BAKER COUNTY MIDDLE SCHOOL NS NPW 2 32 1117 Below $ 5,195 $ 5,802,815 $ 6,056 $ 6,764,552 RIDGE COMMUNITY HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 53 937 1662 Below $ 5,194 $ 8,632,428 $ 6,056 $ 10,065,072 S. S. DIXON INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL SS NPW 57 331 798 Below $ 5,194 $ 4,144,812 $ 6,056 $ 4,832,688 BAY CREST ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 29 191 842 Below $ 5,189 $ 4,369,138 $ 6,056 $ 5,099,152 DAVID C HINSON SR MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 64 7831 1037 Below $ 5,187 $ 5,378,919 $ 6,056 $ 6,280,072

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315 LOST LAKE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 35 281 1463 Below $ 5,187 $ 7,588,581 $ 6,056 $ 8,859,928 J. E. B. STUART MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 16 2072 1054 Below $ 5,186 $ 5,466,044 $ 6,056 $ 6,383,024 ADAMS MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 29 41 1233 Below $ 5,186 $ 6,394,338 $ 6,056 $ 7,467,048 J. M. TATE SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 17 521 2117 Below $ 5,185 $ 10,976,645 $ 6,056 $ 12,820,552 CORK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 29 1001 896 Below $ 5,183 $ 4,643,968 $ 6,056 $ 5,426,176 SILVER SANDS MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 64 3431 1246 Below $ 5,181 $ 6,455,526 $ 6,056 $ 7,545,776 CHAIN OF LAKES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 53 933 839 Below $ 5,175 $ 4,341,825 $ 6,056 $ 5,080,984 PARTIN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 59 701 793 Below $ 5,173 $ 4,102,189 $ 6,056 $ 4,802,408 PLANT HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 29 3411 2002 Below $ 5,169 $ 10,348,338 $ 6,056 $ 12,124,112 OMNI MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 50 1991 1266 Below $ 5,169 $ 6,543,954 $ 6,056 $ 7,666,896 CELEBRATION HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 49 902 1955 Below $ 5,168 $ 10,103,440 $ 6,056 $ 11,839,480 SABAL POINT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 59 581 816 Below $ 5,168 $ 4,217,088 $ 6,056 $ 4,941,696 DURANT HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 29 1291 2793 Below $ 5,165 $ 14,425,845 $ 6,056 $ 16,914,408 CORAL COVE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 2011 866 Below $ 5,163 $ 4,471,158 $ 6,056 $ 5,244,496 BELLEVIEW MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 42 631 1216 Below $ 5,155 $ 6,268,480 $ 6,056 $ 7,364,096 LAKEVIEW MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 48 352 1781 Below $ 5,155 $ 9,181,055 $ 6,056 $ 10,785,736 PATRONIS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 3 521 916 Below $ 5,155 $ 4,721,980 $ 6,056 $ 5,547,296 NORTH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 47 161 704 Below $ 5,149 $ 3,624,896 $ 6,056 $ 4,263,424 BEAR LAKE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 59 31 1076 Below $ 5,149 $ 5,540,324 $ 6,056 $ 6,516,256 SYMMES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 29 4212 590 Below $ 5,148 $ 3,037,320 $ 6,056 $ 3,573,040

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316 LOPEZ ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 2531 825 Below $ 5,147 $ 4,246,275 $ 6,056 $ 4,996,200 GATOR RUN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 3642 1274 Below $ 5,147 $ 6,557,278 $ 6,056 $ 7,715,344 SUN 'N LAKE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS NPW 28 291 885 Below $ 5,145 $ 4,553,325 $ 6,056 $ 5,359,560 EAGLE RIDGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 3441 941 Below $ 5,143 $ 4,839,563 $ 6,056 $ 5,698,696 LOWRY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 29 2551 912 Below $ 5,142 $ 4,689,504 $ 6,056 $ 5,523,072 OLYMPIA HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 48 1632 3177 Below $ 5,141 $ 16,332,957 $ 6,056 $ 19,239,912 ORANGE CITY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 64 4131 656 Below $ 5,141 $ 3,372,496 $ 6,056 $ 3,972,736 CENTENNIAL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 51 401 713 Below $ 5,141 $ 3,665,533 $ 6,056 $ 4,317,928 STENSTROM ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 59 681 718 Below $ 5,141 $ 3,691,238 $ 6,056 $ 4,348,208 TOMMY SMITH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 3 511 881 Below $ 5,138 $ 4,526,578 $ 6,056 $ 5,335,336 FOX TRAIL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 3531 1217 Below $ 5,137 $ 6,251,729 $ 6,056 $ 7,370,152 MILES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 3041 715 Below $ 5,135 $ 3,671,525 $ 6,056 $ 4,330,040 WHITEHOUSE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 16 511 792 Below $ 5,135 $ 4,066,920 $ 6,056 $ 4,796,352 DEBARY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 64 7761 800 Below $ 5,129 $ 4,103,200 $ 6,056 $ 4,844,800 SAN MATEO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 16 2181 631 Below $ 5,126 $ 3,234,506 $ 6,056 $ 3,821,336 WEST PORT HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 42 701 1713 Below $ 5,119 $ 8,768,847 $ 6,056 $ 10,373,928 SAND LAKE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 1731 494 Below $ 5,116 $ 2,527,304 $ 6,056 $ 2,991,664 LAKE ASBURY JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 10 481 1107 Below $ 5,114 $ 5,661,198 $ 6,056 $ 6,703,992 SUNRISE PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 50 2691 1071 Below $ 5,114 $ 5,477,094 $ 6,056 $ 6,485,976 KANAPAHA MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 1 502 917 Below $ 5,111 $ 4,686,787 $ 6,056 $ 5,553,352

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317 EVERITT MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 3 141 680 Below $ 5,110 $ 3,474,800 $ 6,056 $ 4,118,080 PINE TRAIL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 64 821 835 Below $ 5,110 $ 4,266,850 $ 6,056 $ 5,056,760 WOODLANDS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 59 591 815 Below $ 5,110 $ 4,164,650 $ 6,056 $ 4,935,640 OCEANWAY SCHOOL NS NPW 16 621 1166 Below $ 5,105 $ 5,952,430 $ 6,056 $ 7,061,296 BUCKHORN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 29 571 731 Below $ 5,105 $ 3,731,755 $ 6,056 $ 4,426,936 LEWIS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 29 2451 780 Below $ 5,104 $ 3,981,120 $ 6,056 $ 4,723,680 H. S. MOODY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 41 601 678 Below $ 5,097 $ 3,455,766 $ 6,056 $ 4,105,968 TREASURE COAST HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 56 411 1739 Below $ 5,095 $ 8,860,205 $ 6,056 $ 10,531,384 SICKLES HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 29 4151 2673 Below $ 5,094 $ 13,616,262 $ 6,056 $ 16,187,688 MANATEE COVE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 64 7881 765 Below $ 5,093 $ 3,896,145 $ 6,056 $ 4,632,840 HORIZON MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 49 341 1589 Below $ 5,091 $ 8,089,599 $ 6,056 $ 9,622,984 CARROLLWOOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 29 701 725 Below $ 5,090 $ 3,690,250 $ 6,056 $ 4,390,600 MANATEE ELEMENTARY SS NPW 5 1161 829 Below $ 5,089 $ 4,218,781 $ 6,056 $ 5,020,424 BESSEY CREEK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 43 331 803 Below $ 5,087 $ 4,084,861 $ 6,056 $ 4,862,968 BLUE ANGELS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 17 1241 835 Below $ 5,086 $ 4,246,810 $ 6,056 $ 5,056,760 WESTERN PINES COMMUNITY MIDDLE SS NPW 50 2451 1305 Below $ 5,085 $ 6,635,925 $ 6,056 $ 7,903,080 CLEARWATER HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 52 711 2100 Below $ 5,084 $ 10,676,400 $ 6,056 $ 12,717,600 LYNN HAVEN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 3 171 867 Below $ 5,082 $ 4,406,094 $ 6,056 $ 5,250,552 CHILES MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 59 721 1440 Below $ 5,081 $ 7,316,640 $ 6,056 $ 8,720,640 MANATEE BAY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 3841 1368 Below $ 5,081 $ 6,950,808 $ 6,056 $ 8,284,608

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318 COLUMBIA HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 12 11 1967 Below $ 5,080 $ 9,992,360 $ 6,056 $ 11,912,152 NEWSOME HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 29 3171 2082 Below $ 5,080 $ 10,576,560 $ 6,056 $ 12,608,592 OSCEOLA CREEK MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 50 2821 853 Below $ 5,079 $ 4,332,387 $ 6,056 $ 5,165,768 FRIENDSHIP ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 64 6851 806 Below $ 5,076 $ 4,091,256 $ 6,056 $ 4,881,136 GORRIE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 29 1681 569 Below $ 5,074 $ 2,887,106 $ 6,056 $ 3,445,864 EAST LAKE HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 52 6181 2311 Below $ 5,073 $ 11,723,703 $ 6,056 $ 13,995,416 FITZGERALD MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 52 1281 1193 Below $ 5,073 $ 6,052,089 $ 6,056 $ 7,224,808 KATHLEEN SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 53 1181 1710 Below $ 5,070 $ 8,669,700 $ 6,056 $ 10,355,760 VERNON MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 67 52 449 Below $ 5,065 $ 2,274,185 $ 6,056 $ 2,719,144 BRADEN RIVER MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 41 652 947 Below $ 5,065 $ 4,796,555 $ 6,056 $ 5,735,032 JACKSONVILLE HEIGHTS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 16 2291 888 Below $ 5,064 $ 4,496,832 $ 6,056 $ 5,377,728 FRANK W. SPRINGSTEAD HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 27 181 2016 Below $ 5,063 $ 10,207,008 $ 6,056 $ 12,208,896 EVANS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 59 111 852 Below $ 5,061 $ 4,311,972 $ 6,056 $ 5,159,712 ESSRIG ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 29 1431 843 Below $ 5,054 $ 4,260,522 $ 6,056 $ 5,105,208 MARTINEZ MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 29 2851 1143 Below $ 5,045 $ 5,766,435 $ 6,056 $ 6,922,008 JACKSON HEIGHTS MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 59 291 1294 Below $ 5,043 $ 6,525,642 $ 6,056 $ 7,836,464 RYMFIRE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 18 51 1133 Below $ 5,042 $ 5,712,586 $ 6,056 $ 6,861,448 SUMMERFIELD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 4211 914 Below $ 5,036 $ 4,602,904 $ 6,056 $ 5,535,184 MABRY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 29 2601 724 Below $ 5,036 $ 3,646,064 $ 6,056 $ 4,384,544 NAVARRE HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 57 351 1824 Below $ 5,029 $ 9,172,896 $ 6,056 $ 11,046,144

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319 RIVER RIDGE MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 51 472 1485 Below $ 5,029 $ 7,468,065 $ 6,056 $ 8,993,160 KIRBY SMITH MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 16 251 978 Below $ 5,027 $ 4,916,406 $ 6,056 $ 5,922,768 STONE LAKES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 1771 1042 Below $ 5,024 $ 5,235,008 $ 6,056 $ 6,310,352 CLARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 29 851 635 Below $ 5,024 $ 3,190,240 $ 6,056 $ 3,845,560 YULEE MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 45 221 741 Below $ 5,019 $ 3,719,079 $ 6,056 $ 4,487,496 CHILES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 29 772 776 Below $ 5,016 $ 3,892,416 $ 6,056 $ 4,699,456 CHALLENGER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 3771 1221 Below $ 5,013 $ 6,120,873 $ 6,056 $ 7,394,376 RIVER RIDGE HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 51 471 2016 Below $ 5,012 $ 10,104,192 $ 6,056 $ 12,208,896 TURNER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 29 69 626 Below $ 5,012 $ 3,137,512 $ 6,056 $ 3,791,056 PUNTA GORDA MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 8 121 1046 Below $ 5,008 $ 5,238,368 $ 6,056 $ 6,334,576 TARA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 41 681 823 Below $ 5,008 $ 4,121,584 $ 6,056 $ 4,984,088 FROST ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 70 788 Below $ 5,005 $ 3,943,940 $ 6,056 $ 4,772,128 DELTONA MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 64 1702 1451 Below $ 5,004 $ 7,260,804 $ 6,056 $ 8,787,256 WILLIAM H. BASHAW ELEMENTARY SS NPW 41 641 687 Below $ 5,002 $ 3,436,374 $ 6,056 $ 4,160,472 TOMOKA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 64 734 865 Below $ 5,002 $ 4,326,730 $ 6,056 $ 5,238,440 RIDEOUT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 10 541 1053 Below $ 5,001 $ 5,266,053 $ 6,056 $ 6,376,968 WHISPERING OAK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 322 1384 Below $ 5,001 $ 6,921,384 $ 6,056 $ 8,381,504 WEST NAVARRE INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL SS NPW 57 342 821 Below $ 4,998 $ 4,103,358 $ 6,056 $ 4,971,976 WEWAHITCHKA MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 23 82 245 Below $ 4,994 $ 1,223,530 $ 6,056 $ 1,483,720 HELLEN CARO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 17 21 858 Below $ 4,993 $ 4,283,994 $ 6,056 $ 5,196,048

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320 HIDDEN OAK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 1 482 756 Below $ 4,993 $ 3,774,708 $ 6,056 $ 4,578,336 COUNTRYSIDE HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 52 751 2444 Below $ 4,991 $ 12,198,004 $ 6,056 $ 14,800,864 LAKE MYRTLE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 51 961 816 Below $ 4,990 $ 4,071,840 $ 6,056 $ 4,941,696 DUNNELLON MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 42 172 1086 Below $ 4,987 $ 5,415,882 $ 6,056 $ 6,576,816 LYONS CREEK MIDDLE SCHOOL NS NPW 6 3101 1993 Below $ 4,979 $ 9,923,147 $ 6,056 $ 12,069,608 YULEE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 45 102 738 Below $ 4,978 $ 3,673,764 $ 6,056 $ 4,469,328 FOREST HILL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 50 621 1183 Below $ 4,976 $ 5,886,608 $ 6,056 $ 7,164,248 HARMONY HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 49 922 1741 Below $ 4,975 $ 8,661,475 $ 6,056 $ 10,543,496 SWITZERLAND POINT MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 55 321 1259 Below $ 4,940 $ 6,219,460 $ 6,056 $ 7,624,504 ROSENWALD MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 3 301 851 Below $ 4,935 $ 4,199,685 $ 6,056 $ 5,153,656 NEW SMYRNA BEACH MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 64 3931 1476 Below $ 4,935 $ 7,284,060 $ 6,056 $ 8,938,656 AZALEA MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 52 121 1177 Below $ 4,925 $ 5,796,725 $ 6,056 $ 7,127,912 JEFFERSON DAVIS MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 16 2161 1524 Below $ 4,924 $ 7,504,176 $ 6,056 $ 9,229,344 RODGERS MIDDLE SCHOOL NS NPW 29 3771 1147 Below $ 4,922 $ 5,645,534 $ 6,056 $ 6,946,232 WOODLAWN BEACH MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 57 361 891 Below $ 4,922 $ 4,385,502 $ 6,056 $ 5,395,896 NEW RENAISSANCE MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 6 3911 1692 Below $ 4,918 $ 8,321,256 $ 6,056 $ 10,246,752 BROWN BARGE MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 17 671 534 Below $ 4,899 $ 2,616,066 $ 6,056 $ 3,233,904 FRUIT COVE MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 55 491 1192 Below $ 4,897 $ 5,837,224 $ 6,056 $ 7,218,752 WEST PORT MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 42 691 1268 Below $ 4,884 $ 6,192,912 $ 6,056 $ 7,679,008 WILLISTON MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 38 101 566 Below $ 4,881 $ 2,762,646 $ 6,056 $ 3,427,696

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321 DEERLAKE MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 37 531 1343 Below $ 4,881 $ 6,555,183 $ 6,056 $ 8,133,208 MOWAT MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 3 331 971 Below $ 4,877 $ 4,735,567 $ 6,056 $ 5,880,376 MANN MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 29 2801 883 Below $ 4,872 $ 4,301,976 $ 6,056 $ 5,347,448 PINE VIEW MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 51 921 1853 Below $ 4,871 $ 9,025,963 $ 6,056 $ 11,221,768 DR JOHN LONG MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 51 86 1248 Below $ 4,862 $ 6,067,776 $ 6,056 $ 7,557,888 $ 6,056 $ 5,077,323,566 $ 5,553,097,648 Median Sum Below Sum for McLoone the Median Before McLoone Index Before 0.91

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322 APPENDIX E MCLOONE INDEX AFTER THE POVERTY WEIGHT

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323 High Schools SS or NS PW or NPW District Number School Number October Membership Total Expenditures with Poverty Weight Above or Below Median Per Pupil Expenditures with Poverty Weight Per Pupil Expenditures for McLoone After Total Expenditures for Mcloone Index After VILLAGE OAKS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 11 341 622 $ 7,692,302 Above $ 12,367 $ 12,367 $ 7,692,302 KELSEY L. PHARR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 13 4401 484 $ 5,961,557 Above $ 12,317 $ 12,317 $ 5,961,557 CARIBBEAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 13 661 876 $ 10,557,202 Above $ 12,052 $ 12,052 $ 10,557,202 GLADE VIEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 50 1251 402 $ 4,833,932 Above $ 12,025 $ 12,025 $ 4,833,932 CITRUS GROVE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 13 801 1051 $ 12,469,038 Above $ 11,864 $ 11,864 $ 12,469,038 PINE VILLA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 13 4461 801 $ 9,472,627 Above $ 11,826 $ 11,826 $ 9,472,627 NORTH SUMTER INTERMEDIATE NS PW 60 102 252 $ 2,958,431 Above $ 11,740 $ 11,740 $ 2,958,431 LORAH PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 13 3041 543 $ 6,361,185 Above $ 11,715 $ 11,715 $ 6,361,185 JUSTINA ROAD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 16 2151 352 $ 4,097,889 Above $ 11,642 $ 11,642 $ 4,097,889

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324 LAKE STEVENS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 13 2801 500 $ 5,802,018 Above $ 11,604 $ 11,604 $ 5,802,018 SILVER BLUFF ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 13 5041 634 $ 7,336,023 Above $ 11,571 $ 11,571 $ 7,336,023 NORTH GLADE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 13 3861 573 $ 6,628,273 Above $ 11,568 $ 11,568 $ 6,628,273 NORLAND ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 13 3701 739 $ 8,545,377 Above $ 11,563 $ 11,563 $ 8,545,377 CAROL CITY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 13 681 661 $ 7,586,827 Above $ 11,478 $ 11,478 $ 7,586,827 NARANJA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 13 3621 647 $ 7,402,750 Above $ 11,442 $ 11,442 $ 7,402,750 ROBERT RUSSA MOTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 13 3541 656 $ 7,478,587 Above $ 11,400 $ 11,400 $ 7,478,587 TILDENVILLE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 48 361 635 $ 7,231,744 Above $ 11,389 $ 11,389 $ 7,231,744 GEORGE S. HALLMARK ELEMENTARY NS PW 17 311 260 $ 2,960,472 Above $ 11,386 $ 11,386 $ 2,960,472 H. G. BROWN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 19 101 224 $ 2,502,892 Above $ 11,174 $ 11,174 $ 2,502,892 PARKVIEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 13 4301 474 $ 5,272,872 Above $ 11,124 $ 11,124 $ 5,272,872 LOVE GROVE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 16 821 473 $ 5,243,610 Above $ 11,086 $ 11,086 $ 5,243,610 RAINBOW PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 13 4541 571 $ 6,323,910 Above $ 11,075 $ 11,075 $ 6,323,910 CAHOON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 681 402 $ 4,450,534 Above $ 11,071 $ 11,071 $ 4,450,534 MILLVILLE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 3 181 373 $ 4,127,847 Above $ 11,067 $ 11,067 $ 4,127,847 GAUSE RIVERSIDE ACADEMY NS PW 53 1492 74 $ 814,951 Above $ 11,013 $ 11,013 $ 814,951 WILLIAM S. MAXEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 48 1321 294 $ 3,226,703 Above $ 10,975 $ 10,975 $ 3,226,703 W. A. METCALFE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 1 101 423 $ 4,624,965 Above $ 10,934 $ 10,934 $ 4,624,965 GOVE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 50 1241 900 $ 9,766,115 Above $ 10,851 $ 10,851 $ 9,766,115 SOUTH WARD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 52 4281 292 $ 3,146,255 Above $ 10,775 $ 10,775 $ 3,146,255

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325 KINLOCH PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 13 2781 880 $ 9,453,984 Above $ 10,743 $ 10,743 $ 9,453,984 SANDERS PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 6 891 529 $ 5,636,435 Above $ 10,655 $ 10,655 $ 5,636,435 FRANCES WAKELAND ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 41 571 392 $ 4,173,088 Above $ 10,646 $ 10,646 $ 4,173,088 GREENVILLE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 40 91 143 $ 1,518,310 Above $ 10,618 $ 10,618 $ 1,518,310 PICKETT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 16 2051 281 $ 2,969,178 Above $ 10,566 $ 10,566 $ 2,969,178 BELLEAIR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 52 371 535 $ 5,651,386 Above $ 10,563 $ 10,563 $ 5,651,386 BELLE GLADE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 50 2401 646 $ 6,812,026 Above $ 10,545 $ 10,545 $ 6,812,026 PIONEER PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 50 2371 501 $ 5,280,191 Above $ 10,539 $ 10,539 $ 5,280,191 MIAMI SHORES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 13 3341 793 $ 8,353,863 Above $ 10,535 $ 10,535 $ 8,353,863 FERN CREEK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 48 181 424 $ 4,447,736 Above $ 10,490 $ 10,490 $ 4,447,736 AVOCADO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 13 161 1121 $ 11,747,901 Above $ 10,480 $ 10,480 $ 11,747,901 GRAHAM ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 1761 394 $ 4,128,140 Above $ 10,478 $ 10,478 $ 4,128,140 FELLSMERE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 31 101 567 $ 5,936,533 Above $ 10,470 $ 10,470 $ 5,936,533 PAHOKEE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 50 1101 614 $ 6,411,331 Above $ 10,442 $ 10,442 $ 6,411,331 HIGHLAND ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 50 671 794 $ 8,284,983 Above $ 10,434 $ 10,434 $ 8,284,983 WEST RIVERSIDE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 16 121 403 $ 4,202,428 Above $ 10,428 $ 10,428 $ 4,202,428 ENGELWOOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 48 681 511 $ 5,317,884 Above $ 10,407 $ 10,407 $ 5,317,884 PALM LAKES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 13 4241 927 $ 9,612,163 Above $ 10,369 $ 10,369 $ 9,612,163 SADLER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 48 1261 886 $ 9,180,564 Above $ 10,362 $ 10,362 $ 9,180,564 O. J. SEMMES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 17 471 338 $ 3,492,229 Above $ 10,332 $ 10,332 $ 3,492,229

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326 SAINT CLAIR EVANS ACADEMY NS PW 16 1241 528 $ 5,451,970 Above $ 10,326 $ 10,326 $ 5,451,970 PINELOCH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 48 231 689 $ 7,103,878 Above $ 10,310 $ 10,310 $ 7,103,878 WIMAUMA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 4841 603 $ 6,180,620 Above $ 10,250 $ 10,250 $ 6,180,620 DESOTO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 1081 388 $ 3,976,497 Above $ 10,249 $ 10,249 $ 3,976,497 HIALEAH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 13 2361 892 $ 9,135,364 Above $ 10,241 $ 10,241 $ 9,135,364 CLEVELAND ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 881 369 $ 3,769,984 Above $ 10,217 $ 10,217 $ 3,769,984 BISCAYNE GARDENS ELEMENTARY NS PW 13 361 916 $ 9,298,750 Above $ 10,151 $ 10,151 $ 9,298,750 REDONDO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 13 4611 949 $ 9,633,498 Above $ 10,151 $ 10,151 $ 9,633,498 FULFORD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 13 2081 717 $ 7,276,392 Above $ 10,148 $ 10,148 $ 7,276,392 LAKE WORTH COMMUNITY MIDDLE NS PW 50 2131 846 $ 8,583,341 Above $ 10,146 $ 10,146 $ 8,583,341 ORLO VISTA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 48 271 649 $ 6,554,062 Above $ 10,099 $ 10,099 $ 6,554,062 NORTHWESTERN MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 16 1551 758 $ 7,646,102 Above $ 10,087 $ 10,087 $ 7,646,102 C. A. WEIS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 17 572 511 $ 5,140,889 Above $ 10,060 $ 10,060 $ 5,140,889 NIBLACK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 12 161 339 $ 3,409,352 Above $ 10,057 $ 10,057 $ 3,409,352 LANIER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 2361 399 $ 4,011,767 Above $ 10,055 $ 10,055 $ 4,011,767 BLANTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 52 391 616 $ 6,191,812 Above $ 10,052 $ 10,052 $ 6,191,812 RIO VISTA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 52 3561 417 $ 4,182,305 Above $ 10,030 $ 10,030 $ 4,182,305 GOLDEN GATE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 11 231 880 $ 8,825,431 Above $ 10,029 $ 10,029 $ 8,825,431 WILLIAM D. MOSELEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 54 81 281 $ 2,807,656 Above $ 9,992 $ 9,992 $ 2,807,656 JOHN LOVE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 16 731 263 $ 2,622,665 Above $ 9,972 $ 9,972 $ 2,622,665

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327 MANATEE MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 11 422 548 $ 5,461,817 Above $ 9,967 $ 9,967 $ 5,461,817 DANIA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 6 101 555 $ 5,526,742 Above $ 9,958 $ 9,958 $ 5,526,742 COUNTRY OAKS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 26 191 825 $ 8,212,223 Above $ 9,954 $ 9,954 $ 8,212,223 SPARR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 42 381 411 $ 4,078,314 Above $ 9,923 $ 9,923 $ 4,078,314 FOREST PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 50 831 493 $ 4,891,002 Above $ 9,921 $ 9,921 $ 4,891,002 JAMES TILLMAN ELEMENTARY MAGNET SCHOOL NS PW 41 521 548 $ 5,428,894 Above $ 9,907 $ 9,907 $ 5,428,894 SOUTH MIAMI HEIGHTS ELEMENTARY NS PW 13 5281 758 $ 7,502,060 Above $ 9,897 $ 9,897 $ 7,502,060 WHEATLEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 48 1361 466 $ 4,593,801 Above $ 9,858 $ 9,858 $ 4,593,801 KALEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 48 211 314 $ 3,090,308 Above $ 9,842 $ 9,842 $ 3,090,308 PINE ESTATES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 16 2501 324 $ 3,185,743 Above $ 9,833 $ 9,833 $ 3,185,743 RUFUS E. PAYNE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 16 1631 413 $ 4,056,786 Above $ 9,823 $ 9,823 $ 4,056,786 MAXIMO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 52 2281 684 $ 6,703,199 Above $ 9,800 $ 9,800 $ 6,703,199 HYDE PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 16 771 481 $ 4,711,113 Above $ 9,794 $ 9,794 $ 4,711,113 HUBERT O. SIBLEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 13 5141 1022 $ 9,970,549 Above $ 9,756 $ 9,756 $ 9,970,549 MAYS COMMUNITY MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 13 6431 781 $ 7,612,407 Above $ 9,747 $ 9,747 $ 7,612,407 HIBISCUS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 13 2401 577 $ 5,620,350 Above $ 9,741 $ 9,741 $ 5,620,350 HOMESTEAD MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 13 6251 1162 $ 11,313,898 Above $ 9,737 $ 9,737 $ 11,313,898 EDISON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 1361 532 $ 5,177,996 Above $ 9,733 $ 9,733 $ 5,177,996 MIDWAY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 59 301 409 $ 3,976,058 Above $ 9,721 $ 9,721 $ 3,976,058 PASCO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 51 61 708 $ 6,881,514 Above $ 9,720 $ 9,720 $ 6,881,514

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328 CEDAR GROVE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 3 91 558 $ 5,423,541 Above $ 9,720 $ 9,720 $ 5,423,541 LABELLE MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 26 20 782 $ 7,594,216 Above $ 9,711 $ 9,711 $ 7,594,216 ROBERT C. MARKHAM ELEMENTARY NS PW 6 1671 567 $ 5,502,938 Above $ 9,705 $ 9,705 $ 5,502,938 LEE ELEMENTARY MAGNET SCHOOL NS PW 29 2401 405 $ 3,926,413 Above $ 9,695 $ 9,695 $ 3,926,413 NORTH SIDE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 6 41 536 $ 5,194,033 Above $ 9,690 $ 9,690 $ 5,194,033 WEST TAMPA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 4722 544 $ 5,267,962 Above $ 9,684 $ 9,684 $ 5,267,962 OAK RIDGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 37 171 484 $ 4,684,271 Above $ 9,678 $ 9,678 $ 4,684,271 ENSLEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 17 271 367 $ 3,546,624 Above $ 9,664 $ 9,664 $ 3,546,624 SAMOSET ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 41 421 509 $ 4,910,003 Above $ 9,646 $ 9,646 $ 4,910,003 BONNER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 64 344 436 $ 4,201,636 Above $ 9,637 $ 9,637 $ 4,201,636 JUST ELEMENTARY NS PW 29 282 716 $ 6,882,345 Above $ 9,612 $ 9,612 $ 6,882,345 TICE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 36 381 677 $ 6,497,306 Above $ 9,597 $ 9,597 $ 6,497,306 ROCK ISLAND ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 6 3701 601 $ 5,765,520 Above $ 9,593 $ 9,593 $ 5,765,520 PLUMOSA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 50 871 374 $ 3,582,852 Above $ 9,580 $ 9,580 $ 3,582,852 LAKE ALFRED ADDAIR MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 53 1662 608 $ 5,819,474 Above $ 9,572 $ 9,572 $ 5,819,474 ARLINGTON HEIGHTS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 16 2401 582 $ 5,563,113 Above $ 9,559 $ 9,559 $ 5,563,113 TYRONE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 52 4591 642 $ 6,130,994 Above $ 9,550 $ 9,550 $ 6,130,994 WESTWARD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 50 351 534 $ 5,090,159 Above $ 9,532 $ 9,532 $ 5,090,159 CHIARAMONTE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 771 353 $ 3,359,455 Above $ 9,517 $ 9,517 $ 3,359,455 CHARLES DAVID WYCHE, JR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 13 5991 1104 $ 10,496,787 Above $ 9,508 $ 9,508 $ 10,496,787 MOORE HAVEN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 22 51 440 $ 4,171,403 Above $ 9,480 $ 9,480 $ 4,171,403

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329 FESSENDEN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 42 211 497 $ 4,708,537 Above $ 9,474 $ 9,474 $ 4,708,537 NORTH FORK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 6 1191 592 $ 5,588,716 Above $ 9,440 $ 9,440 $ 5,588,716 LANCASTER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 48 851 964 $ 9,095,098 Above $ 9,435 $ 9,435 $ 9,095,098 CROOKSHANK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 55 21 523 $ 4,930,950 Above $ 9,428 $ 9,428 $ 4,930,950 WAHNETA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 53 681 527 $ 4,947,467 Above $ 9,388 $ 9,388 $ 4,947,467 SHENANDOAH MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 13 6841 1124 $ 10,548,262 Above $ 9,385 $ 9,385 $ 10,548,262 EISENHOWER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 52 1131 721 $ 6,734,943 Above $ 9,341 $ 9,341 $ 6,734,943 ARCHER COMMUNITY SCHOOL NS PW 1 171 347 $ 3,238,953 Above $ 9,334 $ 9,334 $ 3,238,953 BARTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 50 741 616 $ 5,749,324 Above $ 9,333 $ 9,333 $ 5,749,324 GULF BEACHES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 52 1641 358 $ 3,336,251 Above $ 9,319 $ 9,319 $ 3,336,251 ARTHUR ROBERT ASHE, JUNIOR MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 6 4702 883 $ 8,204,127 Above $ 9,291 $ 9,291 $ 8,204,127 RIVERLAND ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 6 151 638 $ 5,915,369 Above $ 9,272 $ 9,272 $ 5,915,369 IMMOKALEE MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 11 361 1123 $ 10,399,385 Above $ 9,260 $ 9,260 $ 10,399,385 HIGH POINT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 52 1811 579 $ 5,361,608 Above $ 9,260 $ 9,260 $ 5,361,608 LAKE WESTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 48 651 633 $ 5,853,416 Above $ 9,247 $ 9,247 $ 5,853,416 SUNLAND PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 6 611 490 $ 4,524,936 Above $ 9,235 $ 9,235 $ 4,524,936 DILLARD HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 6 371 2144 $ 19,760,345 Above $ 9,217 $ 9,217 $ 19,760,345 BELVEDERE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 50 531 564 $ 5,197,129 Above $ 9,215 $ 9,215 $ 5,197,129 WALDO COMMUNITY SCHOOL NS PW 1 291 228 $ 2,100,526 Above $ 9,213 $ 9,213 $ 2,100,526 WINEGARD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 48 1171 662 $ 6,098,075 Above $ 9,212 $ 9,212 $ 6,098,075

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330 COLONIAL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 36 781 812 $ 7,476,467 Above $ 9,207 $ 9,207 $ 7,476,467 CITRUS GROVE MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 13 6091 1131 $ 10,399,209 Above $ 9,195 $ 9,195 $ 10,399,209 LOCKHART ELEMENTARY MAGNET SCHOOL NS PW 29 962 472 $ 4,334,187 Above $ 9,183 $ 9,183 $ 4,334,187 HYDE GROVE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 16 2141 550 $ 5,045,849 Above $ 9,174 $ 9,174 $ 5,045,849 NORTH DADE MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 13 6591 829 $ 7,598,347 Above $ 9,166 $ 9,166 $ 7,598,347 HENRY H. FILER MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 13 6171 1184 $ 10,841,636 Above $ 9,157 $ 9,157 $ 10,841,636 BURNEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 641 446 $ 4,061,932 Above $ 9,107 $ 9,107 $ 4,061,932 LAUDERDALE MANORS ELEMENTARY NS PW 6 431 623 $ 5,672,060 Above $ 9,104 $ 9,104 $ 5,672,060 ANDREW A. ROBINSON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 16 2621 836 $ 7,609,215 Above $ 9,102 $ 9,102 $ 7,609,215 SHEEHY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 51 533 $ 4,828,567 Above $ 9,059 $ 9,059 $ 4,828,567 LUDLAM ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 13 3061 568 $ 5,144,944 Above $ 9,058 $ 9,058 $ 5,144,944 ANNIE R. MORGAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 16 211 462 $ 4,184,184 Above $ 9,057 $ 9,057 $ 4,184,184 COLBERT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 6 231 675 $ 6,109,132 Above $ 9,051 $ 9,051 $ 6,109,132 GOLFVIEW ELEMENTARY MAGNET SCH NS PW 5 1071 602 $ 5,438,516 Above $ 9,034 $ 9,034 $ 5,438,516 HEIGHTS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 36 421 686 $ 6,190,795 Above $ 9,024 $ 9,024 $ 6,190,795 FORT PIERCE CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 56 161 1590 $ 14,333,500 Above $ 9,015 $ 9,015 $ 14,333,500 SIGSBEE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 44 181 260 $ 2,343,120 Above $ 9,012 $ 9,012 $ 2,343,120 GULFSTREAM MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 6 3931 308 $ 2,773,006 Above $ 9,003 $ 9,003 $ 2,773,006 WALTON SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 66 271 707 $ 6,364,464 Above $ 9,002 $ 9,002 $ 6,364,464 KINLOCH PARK MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 13 6331 1165 $ 10,477,155 Above $ 8,993 $ 8,993 $ 10,477,155

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331 RUBEN DARIO MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 13 6121 948 $ 8,512,121 Above $ 8,979 $ 8,979 $ 8,512,121 BEAR CREEK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 52 271 540 $ 4,844,683 Above $ 8,972 $ 8,972 $ 4,844,683 WARRINGTON MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 17 561 621 $ 5,563,358 Above $ 8,959 $ 8,959 $ 5,563,358 LARKDALE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 6 621 489 $ 4,380,009 Above $ 8,957 $ 8,957 $ 4,380,009 ONECO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 41 261 701 $ 6,276,901 Above $ 8,954 $ 8,954 $ 6,276,901 CRESTVIEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 13 1161 885 $ 7,923,359 Above $ 8,953 $ 8,953 $ 7,923,359 JAMES A. SHANKS MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 20 211 659 $ 5,897,387 Above $ 8,949 $ 8,949 $ 5,897,387 CHASCO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 51 70 645 $ 5,771,843 Above $ 8,949 $ 8,949 $ 5,771,843 OAKRIDGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 6 461 780 $ 6,967,936 Above $ 8,933 $ 8,933 $ 6,967,936 HAVANA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 20 91 588 $ 5,248,549 Above $ 8,926 $ 8,926 $ 5,248,549 AZALEA PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 48 611 987 $ 8,809,933 Above $ 8,926 $ 8,926 $ 8,809,933 HOLLY HILL MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 64 835 647 $ 5,774,717 Above $ 8,925 $ 8,925 $ 5,774,717 NORTHMORE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 50 271 580 $ 5,170,099 Above $ 8,914 $ 8,914 $ 5,170,099 ST. LUCIE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 56 71 820 $ 7,304,471 Above $ 8,908 $ 8,908 $ 7,304,471 BING ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 261 648 $ 5,748,963 Above $ 8,872 $ 8,872 $ 5,748,963 KINGSFORD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 53 1151 504 $ 4,466,200 Above $ 8,862 $ 8,862 $ 4,466,200 EVANS HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 48 671 2351 $ 20,825,138 Above $ 8,858 $ 8,858 $ 20,825,138 ECCLESTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 48 5841 542 $ 4,799,379 Above $ 8,855 $ 8,855 $ 4,799,379 OAKLAND PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 6 31 650 $ 5,742,228 Above $ 8,834 $ 8,834 $ 5,742,228 FOX HOLLOW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 51 351 745 $ 6,576,303 Above $ 8,827 $ 8,827 $ 6,576,303 MADIE IVES COMMUNITY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 13 2581 1110 $ 9,795,664 Above $ 8,825 $ 8,825 $ 9,795,664

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332 PERKINS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 52 1471 588 $ 5,184,396 Above $ 8,817 $ 8,817 $ 5,184,396 PIERSON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 64 4831 488 $ 4,299,730 Above $ 8,811 $ 8,811 $ 4,299,730 RAY V POTTORF ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 36 162 759 $ 6,687,265 Above $ 8,811 $ 8,811 $ 6,687,265 LAUDERHILL MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 6 1391 839 $ 7,391,307 Above $ 8,810 $ 8,810 $ 7,391,307 BENT TREE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 13 271 628 $ 5,526,400 Above $ 8,800 $ 8,800 $ 5,526,400 VILLAGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 6 1621 944 $ 8,303,575 Above $ 8,796 $ 8,796 $ 8,303,575 COLLEGE PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 42 651 651 $ 5,717,431 Above $ 8,783 $ 8,783 $ 5,717,431 MORROW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 6 2691 672 $ 5,896,019 Above $ 8,774 $ 8,774 $ 5,896,019 EAGLE'S NEST ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 48 236 675 $ 5,921,606 Above $ 8,773 $ 8,773 $ 5,921,606 OCEAN CITY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 46 551 443 $ 3,882,009 Above $ 8,763 $ 8,763 $ 3,882,009 ATTUCKS MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 6 343 995 $ 8,709,367 Above $ 8,753 $ 8,753 $ 8,709,367 NORLAND MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 13 6571 1456 $ 12,726,820 Above $ 8,741 $ 8,741 $ 12,726,820 LAUDERDALE LAKES MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 6 1701 1037 $ 9,060,378 Above $ 8,737 $ 8,737 $ 9,060,378 CLEWISTON MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 26 61 825 $ 7,206,889 Above $ 8,736 $ 8,736 $ 7,206,889 CHENEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 48 711 669 $ 5,843,609 Above $ 8,735 $ 8,735 $ 5,843,609 PENSACOLA HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 17 411 1461 $ 12,755,094 Above $ 8,730 $ 8,730 $ 12,755,094 WILDWOOD HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 60 161 484 $ 4,220,633 Above $ 8,720 $ 8,720 $ 4,220,633 BELLE VUE MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 37 391 590 $ 5,142,456 Above $ 8,716 $ 8,716 $ 5,142,456 NOCATEE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 14 181 659 $ 5,733,172 Above $ 8,700 $ 8,700 $ 5,733,172 BEAR LAKES MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 50 1981 869 $ 7,537,182 Above $ 8,673 $ 8,673 $ 7,537,182 DUNEDIN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 52 1071 572 $ 4,960,778 Above $ 8,673 $ 8,673 $ 4,960,778 BOOKER HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 58 85 1717 $ 14,884,606 Above $ 8,669 $ 8,669 $ 14,884,606 EGRET LAKE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 50 2101 491 $ 4,253,529 Above $ 8,663 $ 8,663 $ 4,253,529

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333 RAMONA BOULEVARD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 16 791 555 $ 4,793,837 Above $ 8,638 $ 8,638 $ 4,793,837 GLENALLEN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 58 461 875 $ 7,548,452 Above $ 8,627 $ 8,627 $ 7,548,452 COMBEE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 53 91 665 $ 5,734,874 Above $ 8,624 $ 8,624 $ 5,734,874 AIR BASE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 13 41 719 $ 6,199,218 Above $ 8,622 $ 8,622 $ 6,199,218 VERO BEACH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 31 161 509 $ 4,387,249 Above $ 8,619 $ 8,619 $ 4,387,249 LYNCH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 52 1421 593 $ 5,107,334 Above $ 8,613 $ 8,613 $ 5,107,334 SOUTH WOODS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 55 461 606 $ 5,216,177 Above $ 8,608 $ 8,608 $ 5,216,177 CROSSPOINTE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 50 2731 787 $ 6,772,088 Above $ 8,605 $ 8,605 $ 6,772,088 TANGELO PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 48 811 426 $ 3,663,733 Above $ 8,600 $ 8,600 $ 3,663,733 REDLAND ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 13 4581 1104 $ 9,484,982 Above $ 8,591 $ 8,591 $ 9,484,982 CASTLE HILL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 6 1461 793 $ 6,811,087 Above $ 8,589 $ 8,589 $ 6,811,087 PARK RIDGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 6 1951 513 $ 4,404,787 Above $ 8,586 $ 8,586 $ 4,404,787 DOWDELL MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 29 842 811 $ 6,954,860 Above $ 8,576 $ 8,576 $ 6,954,860 LAKE SHIPP ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 53 621 547 $ 4,684,091 Above $ 8,563 $ 8,563 $ 4,684,091 BARDMOOR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 52 131 607 $ 5,195,046 Above $ 8,559 $ 8,559 $ 5,195,046 VENETIA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 16 681 357 $ 3,054,849 Above $ 8,557 $ 8,557 $ 3,054,849 CLEWISTON HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 26 201 1027 $ 8,786,735 Above $ 8,556 $ 8,556 $ 8,786,735 HOMESTEAD SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 13 7151 2772 $ 23,700,848 Above $ 8,550 $ 8,550 $ 23,700,848 SPOOK HILL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 53 1371 460 $ 3,929,970 Above $ 8,543 $ 8,543 $ 3,929,970 JOELLA GOOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 13 2181 1469 $ 12,538,110 Above $ 8,535 $ 8,535 $ 12,538,110 FOSTER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 1481 545 $ 4,651,606 Above $ 8,535 $ 8,535 $ 4,651,606

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334 SEVENTY FOURTH ST. ELEMENTARY NS PW 52 3961 556 $ 4,745,216 Above $ 8,535 $ 8,535 $ 4,745,216 ALEXANDER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 81 614 $ 5,239,068 Above $ 8,533 $ 8,533 $ 5,239,068 MT. VERNON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 52 2531 462 $ 3,941,282 Above $ 8,531 $ 8,531 $ 3,941,282 CHARLES DREW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 6 3221 602 $ 5,133,396 Above $ 8,527 $ 8,527 $ 5,133,396 BOWLING GREEN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 25 41 420 $ 3,579,271 Above $ 8,522 $ 8,522 $ 3,579,271 PALM TERRACE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 64 2451 645 $ 5,495,179 Above $ 8,520 $ 8,520 $ 5,495,179 DODGERTOWN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 31 151 584 $ 4,974,220 Above $ 8,517 $ 8,517 $ 4,974,220 RICHARD L. BROWN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 16 1481 690 $ 5,876,984 Above $ 8,517 $ 8,517 $ 5,876,984 BLANCHE H. DAUGHTREY ELEMENTARY NS PW 41 411 735 $ 6,254,628 Above $ 8,510 $ 8,510 $ 6,254,628 CATALINA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 48 701 714 $ 6,073,304 Above $ 8,506 $ 8,506 $ 6,073,304 WESTRIDGE MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 48 1133 1120 $ 9,518,221 Above $ 8,498 $ 8,498 $ 9,518,221 MCNICOL MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 6 481 1117 $ 9,483,438 Above $ 8,490 $ 8,490 $ 9,483,438 CAMPBELL MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 64 745 788 $ 6,687,707 Above $ 8,487 $ 8,487 $ 6,687,707 NORTH MIAMI MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 13 6631 1099 $ 9,321,292 Above $ 8,482 $ 8,482 $ 9,321,292 WATKINS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 6 511 753 $ 6,373,997 Above $ 8,465 $ 8,465 $ 6,373,997 LANTANA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 50 751 535 $ 4,526,671 Above $ 8,461 $ 8,461 $ 4,526,671 DUNBAR HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 36 831 850 $ 7,191,221 Above $ 8,460 $ 8,460 $ 7,191,221 CRYSTAL LAKE MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 53 1501 768 $ 6,492,842 Above $ 8,454 $ 8,454 $ 6,492,842 WALSINGHAM ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 52 4701 676 $ 5,713,013 Above $ 8,451 $ 8,451 $ 5,713,013 PINE HILLS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 48 621 941 $ 7,937,919 Above $ 8,436 $ 8,436 $ 7,937,919 LAKE SILVER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 521 541 $ 4,554,679 Above $ 8,419 $ 8,419 $ 4,554,679

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335 BROWARD ESTATES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 6 501 690 $ 5,803,337 Above $ 8,411 $ 8,411 $ 5,803,337 EVERGREEN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 42 581 766 $ 6,441,938 Above $ 8,410 $ 8,410 $ 6,441,938 ROYAL GREEN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 13 4741 795 $ 6,682,770 Above $ 8,406 $ 8,406 $ 6,682,770 LAWNWOOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 56 61 736 $ 6,184,895 Above $ 8,403 $ 8,403 $ 6,184,895 GALAXY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 50 821 512 $ 4,300,010 Above $ 8,398 $ 8,398 $ 4,300,010 WARFIELD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 43 131 615 $ 5,161,080 Above $ 8,392 $ 8,392 $ 5,161,080 WASHINGTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 4601 612 $ 5,132,053 Above $ 8,386 $ 8,386 $ 5,132,053 LEWIS ANNA WOODBURY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 53 802 673 $ 5,641,974 Above $ 8,383 $ 8,383 $ 5,641,974 JOSE MARTI MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 13 6421 1307 $ 10,947,280 Above $ 8,376 $ 8,376 $ 10,947,280 BERKSHIRE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 50 601 592 $ 4,951,942 Above $ 8,365 $ 8,365 $ 4,951,942 APOPKA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 48 1282 453 $ 3,789,106 Above $ 8,364 $ 8,364 $ 3,789,106 LABELLE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 26 151 618 $ 5,163,390 Above $ 8,355 $ 8,355 $ 5,163,390 RUEDIGER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 37 91 571 $ 4,764,202 Above $ 8,344 $ 8,344 $ 4,764,202 TRIANGLE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 35 521 686 $ 5,720,874 Above $ 8,339 $ 8,339 $ 5,720,874 RICHEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 51 271 719 $ 5,993,786 Above $ 8,336 $ 8,336 $ 5,993,786 ROSEMONT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 48 1271 956 $ 7,968,560 Above $ 8,335 $ 8,335 $ 7,968,560 HALLANDALE HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 6 403 1560 $ 13,002,239 Above $ 8,335 $ 8,335 $ 13,002,239 PAXON MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 16 921 848 $ 7,066,339 Above $ 8,333 $ 8,333 $ 7,066,339 MELROSE PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 12 71 528 $ 4,397,109 Above $ 8,328 $ 8,328 $ 4,397,109 GULF HIGHLANDS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 51 83 600 $ 4,996,135 Above $ 8,327 $ 8,327 $ 4,996,135 MEADOW WOODS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 48 1041 831 $ 6,919,579 Above $ 8,327 $ 8,327 $ 6,919,579

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336 THONOTOSASSA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 4361 423 $ 3,519,829 Above $ 8,321 $ 8,321 $ 3,519,829 WHITE CITY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 56 31 560 $ 4,656,968 Above $ 8,316 $ 8,316 $ 4,656,968 CAROL CITY MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 13 6051 990 $ 8,226,764 Above $ 8,310 $ 8,310 $ 8,226,764 COUNTRY CLUB MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 13 6611 399 $ 3,310,023 Above $ 8,296 $ 8,296 $ 3,310,023 PALMVIEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 6 1131 676 $ 5,606,841 Above $ 8,294 $ 8,294 $ 5,606,841 MEMORIAL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 14 81 939 $ 7,782,128 Above $ 8,288 $ 8,288 $ 7,782,128 WILLIAM M. RAINES HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 16 1651 1418 $ 11,750,620 Above $ 8,287 $ 8,287 $ 11,750,620 MCLAUGHLIN MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 53 1341 918 $ 7,602,435 Above $ 8,282 $ 8,282 $ 7,602,435 KATHLEEN MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 53 1191 826 $ 6,830,129 Above $ 8,269 $ 8,269 $ 6,830,129 FORT LAUDERDALE HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 6 951 1650 $ 13,637,431 Above $ 8,265 $ 8,265 $ 13,637,431 SOUTHERN OAK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 52 6251 631 $ 5,211,482 Above $ 8,259 $ 8,259 $ 5,211,482 ANTHONY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 42 71 333 $ 2,747,583 Above $ 8,251 $ 8,251 $ 2,747,583 ST. JOHNS TECHNICAL HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 55 33 236 $ 1,945,820 Above $ 8,245 $ 8,245 $ 1,945,820 CONNISTON MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 50 541 946 $ 7,786,335 Above $ 8,231 $ 8,231 $ 7,786,335 GREENACRES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 50 631 618 $ 5,083,633 Above $ 8,226 $ 8,226 $ 5,083,633 CAPE VIEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 5 5031 369 $ 3,035,025 Above $ 8,225 $ 8,225 $ 3,035,025 NAVY POINT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 17 381 387 $ 3,180,928 Above $ 8,219 $ 8,219 $ 3,180,928 JESSE KEEN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 53 1241 562 $ 4,616,618 Above $ 8,215 $ 8,215 $ 4,616,618 DIXIELAND ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 53 131 476 $ 3,902,132 Above $ 8,198 $ 8,198 $ 3,902,132 ANNABEL C. PERRY ELEMENTARY NS PW 6 1631 745 $ 6,101,947 Above $ 8,191 $ 8,191 $ 6,101,947

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337 PURCELL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 53 1141 529 $ 4,330,324 Above $ 8,186 $ 8,186 $ 4,330,324 TEDDER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 6 571 685 $ 5,601,346 Above $ 8,177 $ 8,177 $ 5,601,346 GULF GATE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 58 271 776 $ 6,344,576 Above $ 8,176 $ 8,176 $ 6,344,576 EAST LEE COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 36 745 899 $ 7,343,984 Above $ 8,169 $ 8,169 $ 7,343,984 VERNON HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 67 51 413 $ 3,369,183 Above $ 8,158 $ 8,158 $ 3,369,183 PONCE DE LEON MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 13 6741 1216 $ 9,903,762 Above $ 8,145 $ 8,145 $ 9,903,762 KISSIMMEE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 49 42 1092 $ 8,889,651 Above $ 8,141 $ 8,141 $ 8,889,651 SUNRAY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 51 72 864 $ 7,030,295 Above $ 8,137 $ 8,137 $ 7,030,295 DUNBAR ELEMENTARY MAGNET SCHOOL NS PW 29 1281 321 $ 2,609,611 Above $ 8,130 $ 8,130 $ 2,609,611 SOUTH GRADE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 50 2431 787 $ 6,395,376 Above $ 8,126 $ 8,126 $ 6,395,376 WITTER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 4921 866 $ 7,035,837 Above $ 8,125 $ 8,125 $ 7,035,837 STRANAHAN HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 6 211 1934 $ 15,709,140 Above $ 8,123 $ 8,123 $ 15,709,140 BONITA SPRINGS MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 36 611 551 $ 4,474,914 Above $ 8,121 $ 8,121 $ 4,474,914 EDGEWOOD ACADEMY NS PW 36 181 712 $ 5,782,353 Above $ 8,121 $ 8,121 $ 5,782,353 WYOMINA PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 42 431 607 $ 4,926,047 Above $ 8,115 $ 8,115 $ 4,926,047 INTERNATIONAL BACCALAUREATE SS NPW 53 903 278 $ 2,254,302 Above $ 8,109 $ 8,109 $ 2,254,302 TIMUCUAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 16 981 721 $ 5,839,770 Above $ 8,100 $ 8,100 $ 5,839,770 HALLANDALE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 6 131 1242 $ 10,059,534 Above $ 8,099 $ 8,099 $ 10,059,534 WEST HERNANDO MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 27 253 1081 $ 8,755,298 Above $ 8,099 $ 8,099 $ 8,755,298 MARJORY STONEMAN DOUGLAS ELEM SS NPW 13 1371 1132 $ 9,168,068 Above $ 8,099 $ 8,099 $ 9,168,068 WOODVILLE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 37 131 475 $ 3,846,703 Above $ 8,098 $ 8,098 $ 3,846,703

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338 PLANTATION ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 6 941 762 $ 6,163,633 Above $ 8,089 $ 8,089 $ 6,163,633 DUNDEE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 53 1781 543 $ 4,391,706 Above $ 8,088 $ 8,088 $ 4,391,706 MORT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 3121 936 $ 7,566,347 Above $ 8,084 $ 8,084 $ 7,566,347 ZELLWOOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 48 461 610 $ 4,930,494 Above $ 8,083 $ 8,083 $ 4,930,494 NORTH GRADE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 50 681 768 $ 6,204,923 Above $ 8,079 $ 8,079 $ 6,204,923 FRED WILD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 28 81 757 $ 6,113,142 Above $ 8,075 $ 8,075 $ 6,113,142 TRAPNELL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 4481 568 $ 4,586,856 Above $ 8,075 $ 8,075 $ 4,586,856 NAUTILUS MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 13 6541 1120 $ 9,044,429 Above $ 8,075 $ 8,075 $ 9,044,429 BANK OF AMERICA LEARNING ACADEMY SS NPW 16 2661 182 $ 1,469,286 Above $ 8,073 $ 8,073 $ 1,469,286 EDGEWATER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 17 251 368 $ 2,969,863 Above $ 8,070 $ 8,070 $ 2,969,863 FORT MYERS MIDDLE ACADEMY NS PW 36 211 775 $ 6,254,331 Above $ 8,070 $ 8,070 $ 6,254,331 SOUTHERN OAKS MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 56 391 860 $ 6,939,839 Above $ 8,070 $ 8,070 $ 6,939,839 BOWMAN FOSTER ASHE ELEMENTARY SS NPW 13 451 1257 $ 10,140,219 Above $ 8,067 $ 8,067 $ 10,140,219 CLAIR MEL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 841 790 $ 6,372,475 Above $ 8,066 $ 8,066 $ 6,372,475 S. D. SPADY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 50 881 635 $ 5,121,910 Above $ 8,066 $ 8,066 $ 5,121,910 PINEVIEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 37 311 560 $ 4,516,874 Above $ 8,066 $ 8,066 $ 4,516,874 LAKE ALFRED ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 53 651 599 $ 4,830,855 Above $ 8,065 $ 8,065 $ 4,830,855 WINDY HILL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 16 941 657 $ 5,298,461 Above $ 8,065 $ 8,065 $ 5,298,461 BELCHER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 52 321 659 $ 5,314,347 Above $ 8,064 $ 8,064 $ 5,314,347 MADISON COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 40 11 771 $ 6,216,066 Above $ 8,062 $ 8,062 $ 6,216,066

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339 SLEEPY HILL MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 53 1971 1168 $ 9,408,802 Above $ 8,055 $ 8,055 $ 9,408,802 BROADVIEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 6 811 881 $ 7,086,913 Above $ 8,044 $ 8,044 $ 7,086,913 PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 28 61 679 $ 5,456,820 Above $ 8,037 $ 8,037 $ 5,456,820 HAMILTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 59 21 818 $ 6,573,861 Above $ 8,037 $ 8,037 $ 6,573,861 LELY HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 11 261 1560 $ 12,523,580 Above $ 8,028 $ 8,028 $ 12,523,580 THREE POINTS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 48 215 789 $ 6,330,980 Above $ 8,024 $ 8,024 $ 6,330,980 WARRINGTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 17 551 453 $ 3,633,069 Above $ 8,020 $ 8,020 $ 3,633,069 KENNEDY MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 52 1831 643 $ 5,155,286 Above $ 8,018 $ 8,018 $ 5,155,286 ROBINSON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 3681 640 $ 5,128,729 Above $ 8,014 $ 8,014 $ 5,128,729 EAGLE LAKE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 53 1701 578 $ 4,629,968 Above $ 8,010 $ 8,010 $ 4,629,968 OAK RIDGE HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 48 691 2179 $ 17,437,071 Above $ 8,002 $ 8,002 $ 17,437,071 NORTH WARD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 52 2741 277 $ 2,214,338 Above $ 7,994 $ 7,994 $ 2,214,338 LIBERTY COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 39 21 325 $ 2,597,826 Above $ 7,993 $ 7,993 $ 2,597,826 KISSIMMEE MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 49 251 1037 $ 8,287,683 Above $ 7,992 $ 7,992 $ 8,287,683 SPOTO HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 29 43 1090 $ 8,709,099 Above $ 7,990 $ 7,990 $ 8,709,099 NORTHBORO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 50 291 801 $ 6,395,908 Above $ 7,985 $ 7,985 $ 6,395,908 BALLARD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 41 51 530 $ 4,229,615 Above $ 7,980 $ 7,980 $ 4,229,615 ST. JOHNS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 20 191 353 $ 2,815,916 Above $ 7,977 $ 7,977 $ 2,815,916 LAKE COMO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 48 221 313 $ 2,496,706 Above $ 7,977 $ 7,977 $ 2,496,706 KENDALE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 13 2641 548 $ 4,369,752 Above $ 7,974 $ 7,974 $ 4,369,752 UNION ACADEMY SS NPW 53 971 385 $ 3,068,835 Above $ 7,971 $ 7,971 $ 3,068,835 INWOOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 53 611 459 $ 3,656,765 Above $ 7,967 $ 7,967 $ 3,656,765 WALTON MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 66 201 663 $ 5,281,117 Above $ 7,965 $ 7,965 $ 5,281,117

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340 PINE ISLAND ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 36 341 358 $ 2,851,112 Above $ 7,964 $ 7,964 $ 2,851,112 LINCOLN PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 17 771 350 $ 2,786,811 Above $ 7,962 $ 7,962 $ 2,786,811 WINSTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 53 1251 613 $ 4,875,852 Above $ 7,954 $ 7,954 $ 4,875,852 HIAWASSEE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 48 881 725 $ 5,765,635 Above $ 7,953 $ 7,953 $ 5,765,635 WILKINSON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 58 291 717 $ 5,694,414 Above $ 7,942 $ 7,942 $ 5,694,414 SLIGH MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 29 1482 915 $ 7,261,021 Above $ 7,936 $ 7,936 $ 7,261,021 ANNA MARIA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 41 31 314 $ 2,491,276 Above $ 7,934 $ 7,934 $ 2,491,276 OAK VIEW MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 1 591 385 $ 3,052,958 Above $ 7,930 $ 7,930 $ 3,052,958 DOVER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 1201 866 $ 6,863,556 Above $ 7,926 $ 7,926 $ 6,863,556 GULFSIDE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 51 911 643 $ 5,096,041 Above $ 7,925 $ 7,925 $ 5,096,041 KENLY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 2201 499 $ 3,952,655 Above $ 7,921 $ 7,921 $ 3,952,655 BELLEVIEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 42 91 690 $ 5,463,322 Above $ 7,918 $ 7,918 $ 5,463,322 WRIGHT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 46 281 568 $ 4,495,152 Above $ 7,914 $ 7,914 $ 4,495,152 NORTH LAUDERDALE ELEMENTARY NS PW 6 2231 987 $ 7,808,587 Above $ 7,911 $ 7,911 $ 7,808,587 LEHIGH ACRES MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 36 691 1009 $ 7,976,598 Above $ 7,905 $ 7,905 $ 7,976,598 WEST OAKS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 48 253 752 $ 5,943,830 Above $ 7,904 $ 7,904 $ 5,943,830 ROBLES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 3761 787 $ 6,220,390 Above $ 7,904 $ 7,904 $ 6,220,390 DIAMOND VIEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 50 3261 881 $ 6,958,711 Above $ 7,899 $ 7,899 $ 6,958,711 RONALD W. REAGAN/DORAL SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 13 7241 818 $ 6,452,384 Above $ 7,888 $ 7,888 $ 6,452,384 STEWART MIDDLE MAGNET SCHOOL NS PW 29 284 926 $ 7,293,985 Above $ 7,877 $ 7,877 $ 7,293,985 SOUTH WALTON HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 66 153 510 $ 4,015,740 Above $ 7,874 $ 7,874 $ 4,015,740

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341 TUTTLE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 58 201 789 $ 6,211,797 Above $ 7,873 $ 7,873 $ 6,211,797 CORAL GABLES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 13 961 687 $ 5,408,064 Above $ 7,872 $ 7,872 $ 5,408,064 WEBB MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 29 4442 733 $ 5,768,535 Above $ 7,870 $ 7,870 $ 5,768,535 FOLSOM ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 1471 634 $ 4,986,944 Above $ 7,866 $ 7,866 $ 4,986,944 PALM RIVER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 3281 621 $ 4,883,681 Above $ 7,864 $ 7,864 $ 4,883,681 BOGGY CREEK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 49 401 892 $ 7,011,048 Above $ 7,860 $ 7,860 $ 7,011,048 UNION COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 63 21 588 $ 4,619,602 Above $ 7,856 $ 7,856 $ 4,619,602 WEST MIAMI MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 13 6961 1210 $ 9,498,858 Above $ 7,850 $ 7,850 $ 9,498,858 KILLARNEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 48 311 507 $ 3,979,470 Above $ 7,849 $ 7,849 $ 3,979,470 HIALEAH MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 13 6231 1106 $ 8,680,162 Above $ 7,848 $ 7,848 $ 8,680,162 BROOKSIDE MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 58 111 1097 $ 8,608,159 Above $ 7,847 $ 7,847 $ 8,608,159 BARTOW MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 53 931 784 $ 6,151,174 Above $ 7,846 $ 7,846 $ 6,151,174 PASCO MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 51 71 758 $ 5,946,595 Above $ 7,845 $ 7,845 $ 5,946,595 LELY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 11 381 845 $ 6,628,563 Above $ 7,844 $ 7,844 $ 6,628,563 OLSEN MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 6 471 1329 $ 10,417,452 Above $ 7,839 $ 7,839 $ 10,417,452 JULIA E. LANDON MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 16 311 564 $ 4,419,069 Above $ 7,835 $ 7,835 $ 4,419,069 LAKE PLACID MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 28 41 645 $ 5,053,525 Above $ 7,835 $ 7,835 $ 5,053,525 SUNRISE MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 6 251 1269 $ 9,938,920 Above $ 7,832 $ 7,832 $ 9,938,920 POTTER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 3521 843 $ 6,591,612 Above $ 7,819 $ 7,819 $ 6,591,612 HARBORDALE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 491 384 $ 3,002,112 Above $ 7,818 $ 7,818 $ 3,002,112 MIDDLETON HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 29 3004 1799 $ 14,060,442 Above $ 7,816 $ 7,816 $ 14,060,442 VENICE SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 58 221 2130 $ 16,641,690 Above $ 7,813 $ 7,813 $ 16,641,690 UNIVERSITY PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 5 2051 593 $ 4,631,311 Above $ 7,810 $ 7,810 $ 4,631,311

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342 HOWARD W. BISHOP MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 1 121 864 $ 6,745,294 Above $ 7,807 $ 7,807 $ 6,745,294 ROCKWAY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 13 4721 548 $ 4,275,496 Above $ 7,802 $ 7,802 $ 4,275,496 RIVER HALL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 36 93 687 $ 5,358,677 Above $ 7,800 $ 7,800 $ 5,358,677 UNION PARK MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 48 911 1262 $ 9,838,983 Above $ 7,796 $ 7,796 $ 9,838,983 VENICE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 58 211 654 $ 5,096,622 Above $ 7,793 $ 7,793 $ 5,096,622 WESCONNETT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 16 571 284 $ 2,211,224 Above $ 7,786 $ 7,786 $ 2,211,224 REDLAND MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 13 6761 1451 $ 11,293,784 Above $ 7,783 $ 7,783 $ 11,293,784 MENDENHALL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 2961 643 $ 5,004,588 Above $ 7,783 $ 7,783 $ 5,004,588 BLOUNTSTOWN MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 7 51 270 $ 2,101,405 Above $ 7,783 $ 7,783 $ 2,101,405 SHAW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 3951 1112 $ 8,650,594 Above $ 7,779 $ 7,779 $ 8,650,594 CRESTWOOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 1021 1012 $ 7,871,471 Above $ 7,778 $ 7,778 $ 7,871,471 HOWARD A. DOOLIN MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 13 6131 1016 $ 7,898,405 Above $ 7,774 $ 7,774 $ 7,898,405 GLORIA FLOYD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 13 2021 704 $ 5,471,488 Above $ 7,772 $ 7,772 $ 5,471,488 POMPANO BEACH MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 6 21 1086 $ 8,440,155 Above $ 7,772 $ 7,772 $ 8,440,155 LENA VISTA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 53 841 769 $ 5,969,238 Above $ 7,762 $ 7,762 $ 5,969,238 AVON PARK MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 28 111 685 $ 5,311,065 Above $ 7,753 $ 7,753 $ 5,311,065 MUNSON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 57 161 101 $ 782,952 Above $ 7,752 $ 7,752 $ 782,952 PARK LAKES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 6 3761 1163 $ 9,014,819 Above $ 7,751 $ 7,751 $ 9,014,819 PINE CREST ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 59 141 875 $ 6,779,782 Above $ 7,748 $ 7,748 $ 6,779,782 LANTANA MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 50 761 834 $ 6,457,302 Above $ 7,743 $ 7,743 $ 6,457,302 CHEROKEE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 46 161 367 $ 2,841,314 Above $ 7,742 $ 7,742 $ 2,841,314

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343 SHELLEY S. BOONE MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 53 321 1006 $ 7,787,422 Above $ 7,741 $ 7,741 $ 7,787,422 OJUS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 13 4061 842 $ 6,512,870 Above $ 7,735 $ 7,735 $ 6,512,870 GRETNA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 20 171 365 $ 2,822,574 Above $ 7,733 $ 7,733 $ 2,822,574 SEA GATE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 11 171 748 $ 5,782,040 Above $ 7,730 $ 7,730 $ 5,782,040 GRIFFIN MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 37 222 655 $ 5,062,636 Above $ 7,729 $ 7,729 $ 5,062,636 DUNDEE RIDGE MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 53 1981 1135 $ 8,769,620 Above $ 7,727 $ 7,727 $ 8,769,620 ORANGE GROVE MIDDLE MAGNET SCHOOL NS PW 29 3241 670 $ 5,175,000 Above $ 7,724 $ 7,724 $ 5,175,000 LAKE WORTH HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 50 691 2382 $ 18,331,559 Above $ 7,696 $ 7,696 $ 18,331,559 W. H. BEASLEY MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 54 41 593 $ 4,562,782 Above $ 7,694 $ 7,694 $ 4,562,782 WEST BAY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 3 261 319 $ 2,453,110 Above $ 7,690 $ 7,690 $ 2,453,110 MORGAN WOODS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 3101 549 $ 4,219,497 Above $ 7,686 $ 7,686 $ 4,219,497 CRYSTAL LAKE COMMUNITY MIDDLE NS PW 6 1871 1495 $ 11,489,338 Above $ 7,685 $ 7,685 $ 11,489,338 MIAMI SPRINGS MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 13 6521 1818 $ 13,969,619 Above $ 7,684 $ 7,684 $ 13,969,619 SILVER LAKES MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 6 2971 1042 $ 8,005,003 Above $ 7,682 $ 7,682 $ 8,005,003 SPRINGFIELD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 3 231 442 $ 3,392,350 Above $ 7,675 $ 7,675 $ 3,392,350 RIVERHILLS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 3621 511 $ 3,913,141 Above $ 7,658 $ 7,658 $ 3,913,141 SEA PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 5 6051 293 $ 2,242,329 Above $ 7,653 $ 7,653 $ 2,242,329 WOODLAND ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 51 132 984 $ 7,530,440 Above $ 7,653 $ 7,653 $ 7,530,440 HILLTOP ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 25 11 443 $ 3,389,058 Above $ 7,650 $ 7,650 $ 3,389,058 NEIL ARMSTRONG ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 8 111 594 $ 4,542,912 Above $ 7,648 $ 7,648 $ 4,542,912 RIVERBREEZE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 54 351 484 $ 3,697,098 Above $ 7,639 $ 7,639 $ 3,697,098 APOPKA MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 48 282 937 $ 7,156,783 Above $ 7,638 $ 7,638 $ 7,156,783

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344 BROWARD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 441 525 $ 4,006,341 Above $ 7,631 $ 7,631 $ 4,006,341 SOUTH SUMTER HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 60 171 1086 $ 8,269,578 Above $ 7,615 $ 7,615 $ 8,269,578 CYPRESS PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 48 741 405 $ 3,083,794 Above $ 7,614 $ 7,614 $ 3,083,794 STONE MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 5 2071 684 $ 5,202,504 Above $ 7,606 $ 7,606 $ 5,202,504 MAYPORT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 16 2271 568 $ 4,319,072 Above $ 7,604 $ 7,604 $ 4,319,072 DILLARD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 6 271 809 $ 6,151,170 Above $ 7,603 $ 7,603 $ 6,151,170 D. S. PARROTT MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 27 241 863 $ 6,547,203 Above $ 7,587 $ 7,587 $ 6,547,203 LAKE PLACID HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 28 251 818 $ 6,205,488 Above $ 7,586 $ 7,586 $ 6,205,488 SOCRUM ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 53 1901 587 $ 4,452,325 Above $ 7,585 $ 7,585 $ 4,452,325 LIBERTY PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 50 1871 847 $ 6,423,814 Above $ 7,584 $ 7,584 $ 6,423,814 ORIOLE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 6 1831 773 $ 5,862,349 Above $ 7,584 $ 7,584 $ 5,862,349 JOHN I. LEONARD HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 50 1361 2087 $ 15,826,383 Above $ 7,583 $ 7,583 $ 15,826,383 BENNETT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 201 448 $ 3,394,496 Above $ 7,577 $ 7,577 $ 3,394,496 JOE HALL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 13 2341 776 $ 5,868,888 Above $ 7,563 $ 7,563 $ 5,868,888 GEORGE WASHINGTON CARVER MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 13 6071 954 $ 7,212,240 Above $ 7,560 $ 7,560 $ 7,212,240 POLK CITY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 53 881 605 $ 4,573,019 Above $ 7,559 $ 7,559 $ 4,573,019 FISHWEIR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 16 201 329 $ 2,485,924 Above $ 7,556 $ 7,556 $ 2,485,924 MILWEE MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 59 101 1148 $ 8,673,507 Above $ 7,555 $ 7,555 $ 8,673,507 INDIAN PINES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 50 1861 899 $ 6,792,211 Above $ 7,555 $ 7,555 $ 6,792,211 EAST ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 8 81 563 $ 4,252,339 Above $ 7,553 $ 7,553 $ 4,252,339 LOVELL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 48 821 764 $ 5,768,226 Above $ 7,550 $ 7,550 $ 5,768,226 LAKE COUNTRY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 28 31 559 $ 4,220,114 Above $ 7,549 $ 7,549 $ 4,220,114

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345 BLAKE HIGH SCHOOL MAGNET NS PW 29 281 1808 $ 13,637,624 Above $ 7,543 $ 7,543 $ 13,637,624 GADSDEN ELEMENTARY MAGNET SCHOOL SS NPW 20 101 149 $ 1,123,758 Above $ 7,542 $ 7,542 $ 1,123,758 DEERFIELD BEACH HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 6 1711 2288 $ 17,244,120 Above $ 7,537 $ 7,537 $ 17,244,120 GIBBS HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 52 1531 2272 $ 17,118,452 Above $ 7,535 $ 7,535 $ 17,118,452 GREENGLADE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 13 2261 731 $ 5,506,623 Above $ 7,533 $ 7,533 $ 5,506,623 BROOKSHIRE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 751 549 $ 4,124,088 Above $ 7,512 $ 7,512 $ 4,124,088 NEW RIVER MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 6 881 1476 $ 11,079,176 Above $ 7,506 $ 7,506 $ 11,079,176 BOYD H. ANDERSON HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 6 1741 2633 $ 19,759,004 Above $ 7,504 $ 7,504 $ 19,759,004 SARASOTA HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 58 51 2662 $ 19,959,676 Above $ 7,498 $ 7,498 $ 19,959,676 MEADOWBROOK MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 48 1241 1202 $ 9,002,833 Above $ 7,490 $ 7,490 $ 9,002,833 BARTOW SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 53 901 1502 $ 11,243,572 Above $ 7,486 $ 7,486 $ 11,243,572 BIG CYPRESS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 11 331 951 $ 7,118,235 Above $ 7,485 $ 7,485 $ 7,118,235 COCOA HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 5 1121 1272 $ 9,518,376 Above $ 7,483 $ 7,483 $ 9,518,376 MARINER MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 36 722 985 $ 7,365,696 Above $ 7,478 $ 7,478 $ 7,365,696 SKYCREST ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 52 4121 653 $ 4,882,481 Above $ 7,477 $ 7,477 $ 4,882,481 JOHN G RILEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 37 231 534 $ 3,988,751 Above $ 7,470 $ 7,470 $ 3,988,751 DRIFTWOOD MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 6 861 1581 $ 11,808,773 Above $ 7,469 $ 7,469 $ 11,808,773 RICHMOND HEIGHTS MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 13 6781 1317 $ 9,836,172 Above $ 7,469 $ 7,469 $ 9,836,172 BOND ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 37 1181 651 $ 4,861,963 Above $ 7,468 $ 7,468 $ 4,861,963 A. L. MEBANE MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 1 221 475 $ 3,546,854 Above $ 7,467 $ 7,467 $ 3,546,854 L C SWAIN MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 50 21 1083 $ 8,086,313 Above $ 7,467 $ 7,467 $ 8,086,313 BLOUNTSTOWN HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 7 21 400 $ 2,986,195 Above $ 7,465 $ 7,465 $ 2,986,195 WEST GATE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 50 481 1046 $ 7,807,119 Above $ 7,464 $ 7,464 $ 7,807,119

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346 VAN BUREN MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 29 682 842 $ 6,284,350 Above $ 7,464 $ 7,464 $ 6,284,350 WOODBRIDGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 4941 594 $ 4,432,874 Above $ 7,463 $ 7,463 $ 4,432,874 SUNSET PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 13 5421 688 $ 5,127,664 Above $ 7,453 $ 7,453 $ 5,127,664 APOLLO MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 6 1791 1242 $ 9,256,171 Above $ 7,453 $ 7,453 $ 9,256,171 LOCKHART MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 48 721 981 $ 7,306,190 Above $ 7,448 $ 7,448 $ 7,306,190 OAK PARK MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 35 251 635 $ 4,729,059 Above $ 7,447 $ 7,447 $ 4,729,059 PERSHING ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 901 400 $ 2,978,000 Above $ 7,445 $ 7,445 $ 2,978,000 GULFVIEW MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 11 61 609 $ 4,529,742 Above $ 7,438 $ 7,438 $ 4,529,742 EDGAR L. PADGETT ELEMENTARY NS PW 53 1451 655 $ 4,871,413 Above $ 7,437 $ 7,437 $ 4,871,413 SOUTHEAST HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 41 431 1589 $ 11,808,233 Above $ 7,431 $ 7,431 $ 11,808,233 DAN MCCARTY MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 56 72 1101 $ 8,173,937 Above $ 7,424 $ 7,424 $ 8,173,937 SUNCOAST COMMUNITY HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 50 151 1293 $ 9,599,232 Above $ 7,424 $ 7,424 $ 9,599,232 MULBERRY SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 53 1131 1027 $ 7,623,799 Above $ 7,423 $ 7,423 $ 7,623,799 GRACEVILLE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 32 301 341 $ 2,531,204 Above $ 7,423 $ 7,423 $ 2,531,204 MARJORIE KINNAN RAWLINGS ELEM NS PW 52 4351 662 $ 4,910,821 Above $ 7,418 $ 7,418 $ 4,910,821 MOTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 27 271 673 $ 4,991,641 Above $ 7,417 $ 7,417 $ 4,991,641 WESTGATE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 52 4771 762 $ 5,648,460 Above $ 7,413 $ 7,413 $ 5,648,460 MIAMI LAKES MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 13 6501 1181 $ 8,745,873 Above $ 7,405 $ 7,405 $ 8,745,873 AMOS P. GODBY HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 37 161 1299 $ 9,616,059 Above $ 7,403 $ 7,403 $ 9,616,059 PALM BEACH GARDENS HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 50 1371 2636 $ 19,507,522 Above $ 7,400 $ 7,400 $ 19,507,522 NAPLES PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 11 241 924 $ 6,836,676 Above $ 7,399 $ 7,399 $ 6,836,676 MILA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 5 4031 402 $ 2,971,182 Above $ 7,391 $ 7,391 $ 2,971,182 RUSKIN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 3841 1014 $ 7,494,324 Above $ 7,391 $ 7,391 $ 7,494,324

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347 GARDEN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 58 381 638 $ 4,707,802 Above $ 7,379 $ 7,379 $ 4,707,802 BLANCHE ELY HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 6 361 2226 $ 16,414,821 Above $ 7,374 $ 7,374 $ 16,414,821 JEAGA MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 50 2701 1172 $ 8,634,276 Above $ 7,367 $ 7,367 $ 8,634,276 DELTONA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS NPW 27 261 1010 $ 7,440,670 Above $ 7,367 $ 7,367 $ 7,440,670 EAST GADSDEN HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 20 71 1134 $ 8,341,736 Above $ 7,356 $ 7,356 $ 8,341,736 HOGAN SPRING GLEN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 16 641 462 $ 3,397,787 Above $ 7,355 $ 7,355 $ 3,397,787 ROBINSON HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 29 3731 1232 $ 9,059,519 Above $ 7,354 $ 7,354 $ 9,059,519 W. R. THOMAS MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 13 6901 1072 $ 7,882,276 Above $ 7,353 $ 7,353 $ 7,882,276 JOHN HOPKINS MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 52 4061 1291 $ 9,486,532 Above $ 7,348 $ 7,348 $ 9,486,532 BAYSHORE HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 41 72 1779 $ 13,068,940 Above $ 7,346 $ 7,346 $ 13,068,940 THOMPSON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 31 181 419 $ 3,077,226 Above $ 7,344 $ 7,344 $ 3,077,226 STANTON COLLEGE PREPARATORY SS NPW 16 1531 1442 $ 10,587,164 Above $ 7,342 $ 7,342 $ 10,587,164 HERBERT C. HOOVER MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 5 6082 481 $ 3,531,502 Above $ 7,342 $ 7,342 $ 3,531,502 DOVER SHORES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 48 781 680 $ 4,989,230 Above $ 7,337 $ 7,337 $ 4,989,230 CRESTHAVEN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 6 901 672 $ 4,929,748 Above $ 7,336 $ 7,336 $ 4,929,748 APALACHEE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 37 441 741 $ 5,432,520 Above $ 7,331 $ 7,331 $ 5,432,520 LETO HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 29 2421 1805 $ 13,226,259 Above $ 7,328 $ 7,328 $ 13,226,259 HARBOR CITY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 5 3061 415 $ 3,040,705 Above $ 7,327 $ 7,327 $ 3,040,705 YOUNG MIDDLE MAGNET SCHOOL NS PW 29 5041 809 $ 5,924,199 Above $ 7,323 $ 7,323 $ 5,924,199 PINE CASTLE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 411 461 $ 3,374,981 Above $ 7,321 $ 7,321 $ 3,374,981 CHESTNUT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 49 957 1144 $ 8,367,820 Above $ 7,315 $ 7,315 $ 8,367,820 LABELLE HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 26 181 1125 $ 8,226,875 Above $ 7,313 $ 7,313 $ 8,226,875 LOCKHART ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 48 421 574 $ 4,194,376 Above $ 7,307 $ 7,307 $ 4,194,376

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348 SANTALUCES COMMUNITY HIGH NS PW 50 1611 2146 $ 15,671,046 Above $ 7,302 $ 7,302 $ 15,671,046 MELLON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 54 91 478 $ 3,487,702 Above $ 7,296 $ 7,296 $ 3,487,702 MCDONALD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 2871 564 $ 4,113,718 Above $ 7,294 $ 7,294 $ 4,113,718 LAKE STEVENS MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 13 6351 1216 $ 8,868,123 Above $ 7,293 $ 7,293 $ 8,868,123 ROBINSWOOD MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 48 921 1193 $ 8,699,830 Above $ 7,292 $ 7,292 $ 8,699,830 NORMANDY VILLAGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 16 2211 601 $ 4,377,751 Above $ 7,284 $ 7,284 $ 4,377,751 MIRROR LAKES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 36 371 1066 $ 7,762,249 Above $ 7,282 $ 7,282 $ 7,762,249 GREENSBORO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 20 141 435 $ 3,165,548 Above $ 7,277 $ 7,277 $ 3,165,548 BUCHANAN MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 29 561 749 $ 5,450,360 Above $ 7,277 $ 7,277 $ 5,450,360 FORT CAROLINE MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 16 2381 892 $ 6,488,166 Above $ 7,274 $ 7,274 $ 6,488,166 GIBSONTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 1601 766 $ 5,569,198 Above $ 7,270 $ 7,270 $ 5,569,198 SOUTH BROWARD HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 6 171 2388 $ 17,340,228 Above $ 7,261 $ 7,261 $ 17,340,228 CHUMUCKLA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 57 61 267 $ 1,938,420 Above $ 7,260 $ 7,260 $ 1,938,420 CROSS BAYOU ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 52 811 563 $ 4,085,691 Above $ 7,257 $ 7,257 $ 4,085,691 OKEEHEELEE MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 50 2151 1196 $ 8,678,151 Above $ 7,256 $ 7,256 $ 8,678,151 LAKE SYBELIA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 1221 512 $ 3,713,536 Above $ 7,253 $ 7,253 $ 3,713,536 FAIRWAY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 6 1641 968 $ 7,020,484 Above $ 7,253 $ 7,253 $ 7,020,484 HARDEE JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 25 31 1074 $ 7,782,324 Above $ 7,246 $ 7,246 $ 7,782,324 BAYONET POINT MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 51 342 995 $ 7,203,908 Above $ 7,240 $ 7,240 $ 7,203,908 MIRAMAR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 6 531 865 $ 6,262,661 Above $ 7,240 $ 7,240 $ 6,262,661

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349 CRANBERRY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 58 1271 847 $ 6,131,433 Above $ 7,239 $ 7,239 $ 6,131,433 PIERCE MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 29 82 1050 $ 7,597,438 Above $ 7,236 $ 7,236 $ 7,597,438 OCHWILLA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 54 341 484 $ 3,500,936 Above $ 7,233 $ 7,233 $ 3,500,936 BAIR MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 6 2611 1216 $ 8,790,829 Above $ 7,229 $ 7,229 $ 8,790,829 NEW HORIZONS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 50 2051 707 $ 5,108,782 Above $ 7,226 $ 7,226 $ 5,108,782 TATUM RIDGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 58 1282 766 $ 5,534,350 Above $ 7,225 $ 7,225 $ 5,534,350 BRYAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 521 870 $ 6,283,177 Above $ 7,222 $ 7,222 $ 6,283,177 IDYLWILD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 1 321 643 $ 4,642,252 Above $ 7,220 $ 7,220 $ 4,642,252 CALUSA PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 11 461 1065 $ 7,685,040 Above $ 7,216 $ 7,216 $ 7,685,040 OLDSMAR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 52 2961 576 $ 4,155,264 Above $ 7,214 $ 7,214 $ 4,155,264 HENRY D. PERRY MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 6 1011 1208 $ 8,711,870 Above $ 7,212 $ 7,212 $ 8,711,870 HOLLY HILL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 64 2721 649 $ 4,679,333 Above $ 7,210 $ 7,210 $ 4,679,333 VENICE MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 58 451 884 $ 6,366,568 Above $ 7,202 $ 7,202 $ 6,366,568 DEERFIELD BEACH MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 6 911 1430 $ 10,294,668 Above $ 7,199 $ 7,199 $ 10,294,668 HARNS MARSH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 36 231 930 $ 6,691,259 Above $ 7,195 $ 7,195 $ 6,691,259 STARKE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 4 51 583 $ 4,192,656 Above $ 7,192 $ 7,192 $ 4,192,656 MEADOWBROOK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 6 761 647 $ 4,651,053 Above $ 7,189 $ 7,189 $ 4,651,053 HOLLYWOOD HILLS HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 6 1661 2153 $ 15,456,516 Above $ 7,179 $ 7,179 $ 15,456,516 ORANGE RIVER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 36 321 856 $ 6,141,465 Above $ 7,175 $ 7,175 $ 6,141,465 BELLVIEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 17 51 750 $ 5,380,089 Above $ 7,173 $ 7,173 $ 5,380,089 SCHRADER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 51 341 602 $ 4,318,146 Above $ 7,173 $ 7,173 $ 4,318,146

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350 WEBSTER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 60 51 614 $ 4,403,608 Above $ 7,172 $ 7,172 $ 4,403,608 NORTH BEACH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 13 3741 1102 $ 7,899,136 Above $ 7,168 $ 7,168 $ 7,899,136 JACKSON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 2041 565 $ 4,047,978 Above $ 7,165 $ 7,165 $ 4,047,978 MARTIN LUTHER KING MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 57 261 613 $ 4,391,831 Above $ 7,164 $ 7,164 $ 4,391,831 SOUTH SUMTER MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 60 42 890 $ 6,369,077 Above $ 7,156 $ 7,156 $ 6,369,077 HUDSON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 51 301 837 $ 5,988,197 Above $ 7,154 $ 7,154 $ 5,988,197 NORTH MARION MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 42 491 869 $ 6,209,356 Above $ 7,145 $ 7,145 $ 6,209,356 DESOTO MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 14 161 1033 $ 7,371,308 Above $ 7,136 $ 7,136 $ 7,371,308 RUTH RAINS MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 15 111 470 $ 3,353,076 Above $ 7,134 $ 7,134 $ 3,353,076 PLANTATION HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 6 1451 2669 $ 19,017,156 Above $ 7,125 $ 7,125 $ 19,017,156 BLUE LAKE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 64 621 650 $ 4,630,598 Above $ 7,124 $ 7,124 $ 4,630,598 JINKS MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 3 161 626 $ 4,455,913 Above $ 7,118 $ 7,118 $ 4,455,913 MIAMI SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 13 7461 3287 $ 23,368,846 Above $ 7,109 $ 7,109 $ 23,368,846 WEATHERBEE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 56 40 626 $ 4,446,246 Above $ 7,103 $ 7,103 $ 4,446,246 NEWBERRY HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 1 261 555 $ 3,941,026 Above $ 7,101 $ 7,101 $ 3,941,026 PEACE RIVER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 8 41 539 $ 3,826,900 Above $ 7,100 $ 7,100 $ 3,826,900 EUGENIA B. THOMAS ELEMENTARY SS NPW 13 71 1738 $ 12,339,800 Above $ 7,100 $ 7,100 $ 12,339,800 TAYLOR COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 62 161 779 $ 5,530,304 Above $ 7,099 $ 7,099 $ 5,530,304 MULLER ELEMENTARY MAGNET SCHOOL SS NPW 29 3181 394 $ 2,796,218 Above $ 7,097 $ 7,097 $ 2,796,218 DEER PARK ELEMENTARY SS NPW 29 100 412 $ 2,921,080 Above $ 7,090 $ 7,090 $ 2,921,080 MEADOWLAWN MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 52 2321 1068 $ 7,572,107 Above $ 7,090 $ 7,090 $ 7,572,107 ORANGE GROVE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 52 3021 386 $ 2,735,582 Above $ 7,087 $ 7,087 $ 2,735,582 MCINTOSH MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 58 141 1106 $ 7,834,904 Above $ 7,084 $ 7,084 $ 7,834,904

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351 MARIPOSA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 56 341 850 $ 6,020,858 Above $ 7,083 $ 7,083 $ 6,020,858 TYRONE MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 52 4611 946 $ 6,694,287 Above $ 7,076 $ 7,076 $ 6,694,287 ALTURAS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 53 1041 340 $ 2,405,160 Above $ 7,074 $ 7,074 $ 2,405,160 BAY MEADOWS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 1071 514 $ 3,635,522 Above $ 7,073 $ 7,073 $ 3,635,522 KATHLEEN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 53 1221 583 $ 4,119,478 Above $ 7,066 $ 7,066 $ 4,119,478 JEWETT MIDDLE ACADEMY MAGNET SS NPW 53 711 575 $ 4,061,800 Above $ 7,064 $ 7,064 $ 4,061,800 FRUITVILLE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 58 131 676 $ 4,775,264 Above $ 7,064 $ 7,064 $ 4,775,264 MANGO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 2721 671 $ 4,736,240 Above $ 7,058 $ 7,058 $ 4,736,240 ORANGEWOOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 36 331 721 $ 5,086,655 Above $ 7,055 $ 7,055 $ 5,086,655 PALM BEACH LAKES HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 50 1851 2230 $ 15,731,888 Above $ 7,055 $ 7,055 $ 15,731,888 STARKEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 52 4331 645 $ 4,549,185 Above $ 7,053 $ 7,053 $ 4,549,185 MELALEUCA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 50 1441 960 $ 6,763,440 Above $ 7,045 $ 7,045 $ 6,763,440 WOLF LAKE MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 48 1702 987 $ 6,952,815 Above $ 7,044 $ 7,044 $ 6,952,815 J. H. WORKMAN MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 17 601 819 $ 5,769,198 Above $ 7,044 $ 7,044 $ 5,769,198 SADDLEWOOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 42 681 554 $ 3,902,376 Above $ 7,044 $ 7,044 $ 3,902,376 LAUREL OAK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 11 391 1196 $ 8,419,840 Above $ 7,040 $ 7,040 $ 8,419,840 JEFFERSON HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 29 3784 1871 $ 13,167,137 Above $ 7,037 $ 7,037 $ 13,167,137 BARTOW ELEMENTARY ACADEMY SS NPW 53 941 404 $ 2,840,524 Above $ 7,031 $ 7,031 $ 2,840,524 SOUTHSIDE MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 16 2111 1021 $ 7,174,799 Above $ 7,027 $ 7,027 $ 7,174,799 MIAMI CAROL CITY SENIOR HIGH NS PW 13 7231 2557 $ 17,967,395 Above $ 7,027 $ 7,027 $ 17,967,395 CLAY HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 10 341 1171 $ 8,221,591 Above $ 7,021 $ 7,021 $ 8,221,591 GULF HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 51 331 1790 $ 12,563,848 Above $ 7,019 $ 7,019 $ 12,563,848

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352 WEDGEWOOD MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 17 591 570 $ 3,999,415 Above $ 7,017 $ 7,017 $ 3,999,415 VILLAS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 36 401 907 $ 6,357,163 Above $ 7,009 $ 7,009 $ 6,357,163 ANCLOTE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 51 901 602 $ 4,217,612 Above $ 7,006 $ 7,006 $ 4,217,612 NORTH MIAMI BEACH SENIOR HIGH NS PW 13 7541 2840 $ 19,891,193 Above $ 7,004 $ 7,004 $ 19,891,193 JENNINGS MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 29 2042 1005 $ 7,035,057 Above $ 7,000 $ 7,000 $ 7,035,057 HOMOSASSA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 9 71 366 $ 2,560,902 Above $ 6,997 $ 6,997 $ 2,560,902 GOCIO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 58 261 900 $ 6,296,400 Above $ 6,996 $ 6,996 $ 6,296,400 CYPRESS LAKE MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 36 141 840 $ 5,871,600 Above $ 6,990 $ 6,990 $ 5,871,600 EGYPT LAKE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 29 1401 530 $ 3,704,700 Above $ 6,990 $ 6,990 $ 3,704,700 PERRINE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 13 4381 762 $ 5,326,380 Above $ 6,990 $ 6,990 $ 5,326,380 TAMPA BAY TECH HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 29 4221 1903 $ 13,294,479 Above $ 6,986 $ 6,986 $ 13,294,479 MAMIE AGNES JONES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 16 2361 381 $ 2,661,285 Above $ 6,985 $ 6,985 $ 2,661,285 LAKE GEM ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 48 241 794 $ 5,545,755 Above $ 6,985 $ 6,985 $ 5,545,755 JACKSONVILLE BEACH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 16 1441 613 $ 4,276,901 Above $ 6,977 $ 6,977 $ 4,276,901 ETHEL KOGER BECKHAM ELEMENTARY SS NPW 13 251 818 $ 5,702,278 Above $ 6,971 $ 6,971 $ 5,702,278 PALM BEACH PUBLIC SCHOOL SS NPW 50 421 406 $ 2,827,790 Above $ 6,965 $ 6,965 $ 2,827,790 VINEYARDS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 11 371 968 $ 6,734,376 Above $ 6,957 $ 6,957 $ 6,734,376 HILLSBOROUGH HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 29 1881 2114 $ 14,697,128 Above $ 6,952 $ 6,952 $ 14,697,128 WASHINGTON SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 17 951 1689 $ 11,736,990 Above $ 6,949 $ 6,949 $ 11,736,990 SOUTHWESTERN MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 64 6343 710 $ 4,930,243 Above $ 6,944 $ 6,944 $ 4,930,243

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353 CUTLER RIDGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 13 1241 1015 $ 7,046,130 Above $ 6,942 $ 6,942 $ 7,046,130 ADDIE R. LEWIS MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 46 671 535 $ 3,707,015 Above $ 6,929 $ 6,929 $ 3,707,015 SOUTH FORT MYERS HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 36 511 1345 $ 9,317,678 Above $ 6,928 $ 6,928 $ 9,317,678 MIAMI LAKES K 8 CENTER SS NPW 13 3281 1250 $ 8,658,750 Above $ 6,927 $ 6,927 $ 8,658,750 DENISON MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 53 491 1033 $ 7,152,689 Above $ 6,924 $ 6,924 $ 7,152,689 SOUTHWEST ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 53 231 501 $ 3,467,922 Above $ 6,922 $ 6,922 $ 3,467,922 VIERA HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 5 1171 918 $ 6,351,642 Above $ 6,919 $ 6,919 $ 6,351,642 TAYLOR COUNTY MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 62 31 652 $ 4,510,447 Above $ 6,918 $ 6,918 $ 4,510,447 EAST NAPLES MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 11 211 1236 $ 8,546,587 Above $ 6,915 $ 6,915 $ 8,546,587 WATERBRIDGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 48 1051 990 $ 6,843,156 Above $ 6,912 $ 6,912 $ 6,843,156 LAWTON CHILES MIDDLE ACADEMY SS NPW 53 43 584 $ 4,035,440 Above $ 6,910 $ 6,910 $ 4,035,440 ALACHUA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS NPW 1 161 429 $ 2,964,390 Above $ 6,910 $ 6,910 $ 2,964,390 J. J. FINLEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 1 31 442 $ 3,053,778 Above $ 6,909 $ 6,909 $ 3,053,778 DURRANCE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 801 501 $ 3,457,902 Above $ 6,902 $ 6,902 $ 3,457,902 C. H. PRICE MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 54 113 593 $ 4,092,786 Above $ 6,902 $ 6,902 $ 4,092,786 NORMA BUTLER BOSSARD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 13 125 649 $ 4,472,908 Above $ 6,892 $ 6,892 $ 4,472,908 SPRINGVIEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 13 5361 663 $ 4,568,733 Above $ 6,891 $ 6,891 $ 4,568,733 WILLIAM H. LEHMAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 13 2891 832 $ 5,732,480 Above $ 6,890 $ 6,890 $ 5,732,480 FREEPORT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 66 291 558 $ 3,844,062 Above $ 6,889 $ 6,889 $ 3,844,062 SOUTH MIAMI SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 13 7721 2666 $ 18,360,950 Above $ 6,887 $ 6,887 $ 18,360,950 JAMES RICKARDS HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 37 51 1232 $ 8,476,291 Above $ 6,880 $ 6,880 $ 8,476,291 SARASOTA MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 58 31 1195 $ 8,220,405 Above $ 6,879 $ 6,879 $ 8,220,405 BRADFORD MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 4 172 662 $ 4,553,179 Above $ 6,878 $ 6,878 $ 4,553,179

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354 LEEWOOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 13 2881 607 $ 4,174,339 Above $ 6,877 $ 6,877 $ 4,174,339 BROOKSVILLE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 27 52 823 $ 5,653,187 Above $ 6,869 $ 6,869 $ 5,653,187 ASHTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 58 301 877 $ 6,023,236 Above $ 6,868 $ 6,868 $ 6,023,236 DISCOVERY MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 48 1121 1029 $ 7,065,114 Above $ 6,866 $ 6,866 $ 7,065,114 SANDHILL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 53 341 955 $ 6,553,974 Above $ 6,863 $ 6,863 $ 6,553,974 MULBERRY MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 53 1161 870 $ 5,968,720 Above $ 6,861 $ 6,861 $ 5,968,720 CHIEFLAND MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 38 53 417 $ 2,857,603 Above $ 6,853 $ 6,853 $ 2,857,603 MT. DORA HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 35 181 966 $ 6,618,066 Above $ 6,851 $ 6,851 $ 6,618,066 VERNON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 67 151 558 $ 3,818,460 Above $ 6,843 $ 6,843 $ 3,818,460 SPRINGHEAD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 4161 853 $ 5,836,766 Above $ 6,843 $ 6,843 $ 5,836,766 BAGDAD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 57 51 521 $ 3,564,682 Above $ 6,842 $ 6,842 $ 3,564,682 MIAMI LAKES EDUCATIONAL CENTER NS PW 13 7391 1559 $ 10,664,380 Above $ 6,841 $ 6,841 $ 10,664,380 MONROE MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 29 2362 779 $ 5,327,362 Above $ 6,839 $ 6,839 $ 5,327,362 FRANK E. BRIGHAM ACADEMY SS NPW 53 531 600 $ 4,102,800 Above $ 6,838 $ 6,838 $ 4,102,800 MATANZAS HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 18 90 1039 $ 7,101,565 Above $ 6,835 $ 6,835 $ 7,101,565 MILES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 3041 715 $ 4,886,448 Above $ 6,834 $ 6,834 $ 4,886,448 ATLANTIC BEACH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 16 651 490 $ 3,348,660 Above $ 6,834 $ 6,834 $ 3,348,660 BAK MIDDLE SCHOOL OF THE ARTS SS NPW 50 2511 1385 $ 9,463,705 Above $ 6,833 $ 6,833 $ 9,463,705 BRONSON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 38 1011 686 $ 4,685,803 Above $ 6,831 $ 6,831 $ 4,685,803 PIZZO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 3381 850 $ 5,804,674 Above $ 6,829 $ 6,829 $ 5,804,674 PORT ST. JOE HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 23 61 421 $ 2,874,588 Above $ 6,828 $ 6,828 $ 2,874,588 MAINLAND HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 64 3436 1986 $ 13,553,912 Above $ 6,825 $ 6,825 $ 13,553,912 ASTATULA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 35 271 831 $ 5,668,251 Above $ 6,821 $ 6,821 $ 5,668,251

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355 HOWARD DRIVE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 13 2541 619 $ 4,220,961 Above $ 6,819 $ 6,819 $ 4,220,961 PALM BAY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 5 2081 704 $ 4,799,872 Above $ 6,818 $ 6,818 $ 4,799,872 ESTATES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS NPW 11 511 720 $ 4,900,320 Above $ 6,806 $ 6,806 $ 4,900,320 WYNDHAM LAKES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 48 1741 909 $ 6,182,621 Above $ 6,802 $ 6,802 $ 6,182,621 AVON PARK HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 28 231 1131 $ 7,689,672 Above $ 6,799 $ 6,799 $ 7,689,672 LAKE GIBSON MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 53 1761 1147 $ 7,795,368 Above $ 6,796 $ 6,796 $ 7,795,368 RICHARDSON MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 12 31 684 $ 4,644,277 Above $ 6,790 $ 6,790 $ 4,644,277 FRANK H. PETERSON ACADEMIES NS NPW 16 2801 1258 $ 8,540,562 Above $ 6,789 $ 6,789 $ 8,540,562 ALOMA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 1401 469 $ 3,183,572 Above $ 6,788 $ 6,788 $ 3,183,572 UMATILLA MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 35 571 749 $ 5,084,034 Above $ 6,788 $ 6,788 $ 5,084,034 LINCOLN MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 41 491 1178 $ 7,993,721 Above $ 6,786 $ 6,786 $ 7,993,721 W. J. WOODHAM HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 17 851 1298 $ 8,803,443 Above $ 6,782 $ 6,782 $ 8,803,443 HAGEN ROAD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 50 1421 636 $ 4,310,172 Above $ 6,777 $ 6,777 $ 4,310,172 GREGORY DRIVE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 16 2431 750 $ 5,080,309 Above $ 6,774 $ 6,774 $ 5,080,309 ASTORIA PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 37 401 636 $ 4,304,448 Above $ 6,768 $ 6,768 $ 4,304,448 SAN PABLO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 16 801 515 $ 3,485,005 Above $ 6,767 $ 6,767 $ 3,485,005 PASCO HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 51 31 1329 $ 8,991,327 Above $ 6,765 $ 6,765 $ 8,991,327 ROOSEVELT MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 50 311 1360 $ 9,200,745 Above $ 6,765 $ 6,765 $ 9,200,745 SHORE ACRES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 52 4021 645 $ 4,362,780 Above $ 6,764 $ 6,764 $ 4,362,780 SAWGRASS SPRINGS MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 6 3431 1374 $ 9,292,362 Above $ 6,763 $ 6,763 $ 9,292,362 ASTRONAUT HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 5 161 1403 $ 9,485,683 Above $ 6,761 $ 6,761 $ 9,485,683 PINE RIDGE MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 11 251 1074 $ 7,260,240 Above $ 6,760 $ 6,760 $ 7,260,240 HILL GUSTAT MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 28 91 652 $ 4,405,940 Above $ 6,758 $ 6,758 $ 4,405,940

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356 COQUINA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 5 91 449 $ 3,033,444 Above $ 6,756 $ 6,756 $ 3,033,444 MEDULLA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 53 181 790 $ 5,335,423 Above $ 6,754 $ 6,754 $ 5,335,423 PINE FOREST HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 17 862 1548 $ 10,452,986 Above $ 6,753 $ 6,753 $ 10,452,986 LINCOLN ELEMENTARY MAGNET SCHOOL SS NPW 29 2441 431 $ 2,907,095 Above $ 6,745 $ 6,745 $ 2,907,095 LEESBURG HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 35 161 1786 $ 12,044,056 Above $ 6,744 $ 6,744 $ 12,044,056 NORTH PORT HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 58 1251 2433 $ 16,406,236 Above $ 6,743 $ 6,743 $ 16,406,236 MEADOW WOODS MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 48 1381 1392 $ 9,380,505 Above $ 6,739 $ 6,739 $ 9,380,505 PAUL R. SMITH MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 51 89 923 $ 6,217,262 Above $ 6,736 $ 6,736 $ 6,217,262 SEABREEZE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 16 2251 546 $ 3,677,310 Above $ 6,735 $ 6,735 $ 3,677,310 JAY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 57 142 570 $ 3,837,240 Above $ 6,732 $ 6,732 $ 3,837,240 SOUTH CREEK MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 48 1703 806 $ 5,421,962 Above $ 6,727 $ 6,727 $ 5,421,962 VALPARAISO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 46 261 444 $ 2,978,352 Above $ 6,708 $ 6,708 $ 2,978,352 BAY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 66 154 274 $ 1,837,444 Above $ 6,706 $ 6,706 $ 1,837,444 DREAM LAKE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 541 830 $ 5,565,150 Above $ 6,705 $ 6,705 $ 5,565,150 PLANTATION PARK ELEMENTARY SS NPW 6 1251 552 $ 3,700,056 Above $ 6,703 $ 6,703 $ 3,700,056 Q. I. ROBERTS MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 54 125 338 $ 2,264,438 Above $ 6,700 $ 6,700 $ 2,264,438 RAYMA C PAGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 36 734 698 $ 4,675,204 Above $ 6,698 $ 6,698 $ 4,675,204 SOUTHPORT MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 56 331 1081 $ 7,238,158 Above $ 6,696 $ 6,696 $ 7,238,158 J. P. TARAVELLA HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 6 2751 2945 $ 19,702,050 Above $ 6,690 $ 6,690 $ 19,702,050 BARRON COLLIER HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 11 311 1797 $ 12,020,133 Above $ 6,689 $ 6,689 $ 12,020,133 INTERLACHEN HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 54 112 966 $ 6,460,481 Above $ 6,688 $ 6,688 $ 6,460,481 CHOLEE LAKE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 50 2761 1138 $ 7,609,616 Above $ 6,687 $ 6,687 $ 7,609,616 ALVA MIDDLE SCHOOL NS NPW 36 91 544 $ 3,635,008 Above $ 6,682 $ 6,682 $ 3,635,008

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357 FUGUITT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 52 1361 625 $ 4,174,375 Above $ 6,679 $ 6,679 $ 4,174,375 CHASCO MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 51 69 901 $ 6,017,397 Above $ 6,679 $ 6,679 $ 6,017,397 SOUTH LAKE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 5 121 469 $ 3,131,982 Above $ 6,678 $ 6,678 $ 3,131,982 GARDENDALE ELEMENTARY MAGNET SCHOOL SS NPW 5 4101 518 $ 3,459,204 Above $ 6,678 $ 6,678 $ 3,459,204 SHIELDS MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 29 55 1126 $ 7,515,014 Above $ 6,674 $ 6,674 $ 7,515,014 DENN JOHN MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 49 91 1163 $ 7,761,433 Above $ 6,674 $ 6,674 $ 7,761,433 ELBERT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 53 591 635 $ 4,236,374 Above $ 6,671 $ 6,671 $ 4,236,374 SEBASTIAN RIVER HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 31 291 1977 $ 13,184,705 Above $ 6,669 $ 6,669 $ 13,184,705 MARY ESTHER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 46 561 533 $ 3,554,044 Above $ 6,668 $ 6,668 $ 3,554,044 PALMETTO HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 41 351 1923 $ 12,804,509 Above $ 6,659 $ 6,659 $ 12,804,509 DIXIE M. HOLLINS HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 52 1031 1844 $ 12,275,016 Above $ 6,657 $ 6,657 $ 12,275,016 ALFRED I. DUPONT MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 16 661 970 $ 6,456,660 Above $ 6,656 $ 6,656 $ 6,456,660 BELLAMY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 1776 813 $ 5,410,524 Above $ 6,655 $ 6,655 $ 5,410,524 LULA J. EDGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 46 151 503 $ 3,345,453 Above $ 6,651 $ 6,651 $ 3,345,453 CHALLENGER MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 36 133 303 $ 2,014,950 Above $ 6,650 $ 6,650 $ 2,014,950 HAMMOCK POINTE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 50 2081 735 $ 4,887,750 Above $ 6,650 $ 6,650 $ 4,887,750 JACK DAVID GORDON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 13 2151 1532 $ 10,184,736 Above $ 6,648 $ 6,648 $ 10,184,736 CORKSCREW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 11 441 940 $ 6,247,240 Above $ 6,646 $ 6,646 $ 6,247,240 MIAMI BEACH SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 13 7201 2097 $ 13,927,072 Above $ 6,641 $ 6,641 $ 13,927,072 RIDGECREST ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 52 3511 695 $ 4,614,105 Above $ 6,639 $ 6,639 $ 4,614,105 MAITLAND MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 48 731 1010 $ 6,699,330 Above $ 6,633 $ 6,633 $ 6,699,330 ABESS PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 16 2631 790 $ 5,235,330 Above $ 6,627 $ 6,627 $ 5,235,330

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358 TROPIC ISLES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 36 391 1026 $ 6,797,250 Above $ 6,625 $ 6,625 $ 6,797,250 ANDERSON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 29 121 369 $ 2,442,780 Above $ 6,620 $ 6,620 $ 2,442,780 FERRY PASS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 17 291 679 $ 4,494,541 Above $ 6,619 $ 6,619 $ 4,494,541 HUDSON MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 51 951 1199 $ 7,934,385 Above $ 6,618 $ 6,618 $ 7,934,385 MARGATE MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 6 581 1222 $ 8,084,402 Above $ 6,616 $ 6,616 $ 8,084,402 SOUTH PLANTATION HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 6 2351 2569 $ 16,971,205 Above $ 6,606 $ 6,606 $ 16,971,205 INDIAN TRACE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 3181 772 $ 5,094,428 Above $ 6,599 $ 6,599 $ 5,094,428 TURKEY CREEK MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 29 4522 1107 $ 7,304,786 Above $ 6,599 $ 6,599 $ 7,304,786 CHIEFLAND HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 38 51 538 $ 3,549,896 Above $ 6,598 $ 6,598 $ 3,549,896 NAPLES HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 11 151 1696 $ 11,188,512 Above $ 6,597 $ 6,597 $ 11,188,512 W. C. PRYOR MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 46 271 656 $ 4,321,728 Above $ 6,588 $ 6,588 $ 4,321,728 SPRING HILL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 27 211 1033 $ 6,804,161 Above $ 6,587 $ 6,587 $ 6,804,161 EAST MILTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 57 71 782 $ 5,148,688 Above $ 6,584 $ 6,584 $ 5,148,688 COOPER CITY HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 6 1931 2384 $ 15,691,488 Above $ 6,582 $ 6,582 $ 15,691,488 DISCOVERY INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL NS PW 49 41 1634 $ 10,753,694 Above $ 6,581 $ 6,581 $ 10,753,694 PINETTA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 40 111 185 $ 1,217,485 Above $ 6,581 $ 6,581 $ 1,217,485 HARBOUR VIEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 42 591 685 $ 4,506,615 Above $ 6,579 $ 6,579 $ 4,506,615 DRIFTWOOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 721 722 $ 4,749,316 Above $ 6,578 $ 6,578 $ 4,749,316 SHADY HILL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 42 551 611 $ 4,019,158 Above $ 6,578 $ 6,578 $ 4,019,158 ROWLETT MAGNET ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 41 751 799 $ 5,255,562 Above $ 6,578 $ 6,578 $ 5,255,562 BUSHNELL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 60 31 789 $ 5,188,464 Above $ 6,576 $ 6,576 $ 5,188,464 HIGHLANDS MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 16 2441 1189 $ 7,817,823 Above $ 6,575 $ 6,575 $ 7,817,823

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359 CONWAY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 551 560 $ 3,679,760 Above $ 6,571 $ 6,571 $ 3,679,760 GRECO MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 29 1781 1021 $ 6,707,869 Above $ 6,570 $ 6,570 $ 6,707,869 WEST ORANGE HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 48 1511 2381 $ 15,638,408 Above $ 6,568 $ 6,568 $ 15,638,408 SHADY HILLS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 51 601 606 $ 3,979,602 Above $ 6,567 $ 6,567 $ 3,979,602 FAIRVIEW MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 37 451 807 $ 5,297,148 Above $ 6,564 $ 6,564 $ 5,297,148 DR. PHILLIPS HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 48 931 3478 $ 22,826,114 Above $ 6,563 $ 6,563 $ 22,826,114 DAVIE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 2801 920 $ 6,036,120 Above $ 6,561 $ 6,561 $ 6,036,120 BETHUNE ACADEMY SS NPW 53 391 462 $ 3,030,720 Above $ 6,560 $ 6,560 $ 3,030,720 UMATILLA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 35 561 798 $ 5,227,698 Above $ 6,551 $ 6,551 $ 5,227,698 DELAURA MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 5 6012 703 $ 4,603,947 Above $ 6,549 $ 6,549 $ 4,603,947 BOB SIKES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 46 51 674 $ 4,412,678 Above $ 6,547 $ 6,547 $ 4,412,678 RIVIERA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 5 2171 610 $ 3,991,230 Above $ 6,543 $ 6,543 $ 3,991,230 MT. DORA MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 35 411 708 $ 4,632,373 Above $ 6,543 $ 6,543 $ 4,632,373 WEWAHITCHKA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 23 22 428 $ 2,800,214 Above $ 6,543 $ 6,543 $ 2,800,214 PETERS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 931 680 $ 4,447,880 Above $ 6,541 $ 6,541 $ 4,447,880 LIBERTY MAGNET SCHOOL SS NPW 31 301 542 $ 3,544,138 Above $ 6,539 $ 6,539 $ 3,544,138 CHARLES W FLANAGAN HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 6 3391 3066 $ 20,045,508 Above $ 6,538 $ 6,538 $ 20,045,508 BOCA RATON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 50 951 369 $ 2,411,046 Above $ 6,534 $ 6,534 $ 2,411,046 FORT MYERS HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 36 221 2017 $ 13,175,044 Above $ 6,532 $ 6,532 $ 13,175,044 MANDARIN OAKS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 16 2581 1185 $ 7,732,125 Above $ 6,525 $ 6,525 $ 7,732,125 GOLDSBORO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 59 271 687 $ 4,480,614 Above $ 6,522 $ 6,522 $ 4,480,614 PINELLAS PARK MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 52 3411 1009 $ 6,577,665 Above $ 6,519 $ 6,519 $ 6,577,665 MARSHALL MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 29 2841 1006 $ 6,555,480 Above $ 6,516 $ 6,516 $ 6,555,480

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360 LAKE ORIENTA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 59 601 699 $ 4,553,985 Above $ 6,515 $ 6,515 $ 4,553,985 TAYLOR RANCH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 58 491 869 $ 5,657,190 Above $ 6,510 $ 6,510 $ 5,657,190 SOUTH OLIVE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 50 572 651 $ 4,237,359 Above $ 6,509 $ 6,509 $ 4,237,359 PALATKA HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 54 301 1614 $ 10,503,762 Above $ 6,508 $ 6,508 $ 10,503,762 BUNNELL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 18 22 912 $ 5,934,384 Above $ 6,507 $ 6,507 $ 5,934,384 CRYSTAL RIVER HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 9 121 1353 $ 8,798,559 Above $ 6,503 $ 6,503 $ 8,798,559 ARMWOOD HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 29 131 1987 $ 12,914,780 Above $ 6,500 $ 6,500 $ 12,914,780 HOLMES COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 30 261 486 $ 3,158,514 Above $ 6,499 $ 6,499 $ 3,158,514 UMATILLA HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 35 231 898 $ 5,835,658 Above $ 6,499 $ 6,499 $ 5,835,658 WELLINGTON HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 50 2191 2335 $ 15,172,830 Above $ 6,498 $ 6,498 $ 15,172,830 PIPER HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 6 1901 2811 $ 18,265,149 Above $ 6,498 $ 6,498 $ 18,265,149 WICKLOW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 59 811 825 $ 5,359,200 Above $ 6,496 $ 6,496 $ 5,359,200 KING HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 29 2241 2031 $ 13,188,836 Above $ 6,494 $ 6,494 $ 13,188,836 SAN CARLOS PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 36 631 873 $ 5,667,516 Above $ 6,492 $ 6,492 $ 5,667,516 SURFSIDE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 5 6061 419 $ 2,718,891 Below $ 6,489 $ 6,491 $ 2,719,729 SOUTH DADE SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 13 7701 2702 $ 17,529,209 Below $ 6,487 $ 6,491 $ 17,538,682 SKYVIEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 52 4171 600 $ 3,891,000 Below $ 6,485 $ 6,491 $ 3,894,600 PALM VIEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 41 281 621 $ 4,025,640 Below $ 6,483 $ 6,491 $ 4,030,911 WILLISTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 38 231 498 $ 3,228,289 Below $ 6,483 $ 6,491 $ 3,232,518 RIVERS EDGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 56 381 857 $ 5,554,217 Below $ 6,481 $ 6,491 $ 5,562,787 TOMLIN MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 29 3442 1546 $ 10,016,378 Below $ 6,479 $ 6,491 $ 10,035,086 NORTH MIAMI SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 13 7591 2913 $ 18,869,909 Below $ 6,478 $ 6,491 $ 18,908,283 PORT ST. JOE MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 23 62 268 $ 1,735,032 Below $ 6,474 $ 6,491 $ 1,739,588

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361 KETTERLINUS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 55 91 499 $ 3,230,027 Below $ 6,473 $ 6,491 $ 3,239,009 AZALEA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS NPW 52 111 599 $ 3,876,728 Below $ 6,472 $ 6,491 $ 3,888,109 ORMOND BEACH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 64 1114 340 $ 2,200,480 Below $ 6,472 $ 6,491 $ 2,206,940 BRADFORD HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 4 21 992 $ 6,417,777 Below $ 6,470 $ 6,491 $ 6,439,072 MCRAE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 10 511 574 $ 3,713,206 Below $ 6,469 $ 6,491 $ 3,725,834 TOLEDO BLADE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 58 1231 1416 $ 9,151,608 Below $ 6,463 $ 6,491 $ 9,191,256 DESOTO COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 14 31 1206 $ 7,792,520 Below $ 6,461 $ 6,491 $ 7,828,146 CORAL SPRINGS HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 6 1151 2467 $ 15,936,820 Below $ 6,460 $ 6,491 $ 16,013,297 SABAL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 5 3071 568 $ 3,668,144 Below $ 6,458 $ 6,491 $ 3,686,888 CLIFFORD MEIGS MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 46 82 736 $ 4,751,616 Below $ 6,456 $ 6,491 $ 4,777,376 SHALIMAR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 46 431 493 $ 3,181,822 Below $ 6,454 $ 6,491 $ 3,200,063 FERRY PASS MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 17 301 910 $ 5,872,537 Below $ 6,453 $ 6,491 $ 5,906,810 MAYPORT MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 16 2541 743 $ 4,790,979 Below $ 6,448 $ 6,491 $ 4,822,813 WELLINGTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 50 1671 973 $ 6,273,904 Below $ 6,448 $ 6,491 $ 6,315,743 DR N H JONES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 42 311 753 $ 4,855,344 Below $ 6,448 $ 6,491 $ 4,887,723 BLACKBURN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 41 541 659 $ 4,247,489 Below $ 6,445 $ 6,491 $ 4,277,569 NORTH NAPLES MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 11 452 923 $ 5,943,197 Below $ 6,439 $ 6,491 $ 5,991,193 HAINES CITY SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 53 1791 1853 $ 11,931,080 Below $ 6,439 $ 6,491 $ 12,027,823 SUWANNEE MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 61 51 1050 $ 6,760,049 Below $ 6,438 $ 6,491 $ 6,815,550 MIRROR LAKE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS NPW 6 1841 621 $ 3,997,998 Below $ 6,438 $ 6,491 $ 4,030,911 BLUEWATER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 46 741 665 $ 4,281,270 Below $ 6,438 $ 6,491 $ 4,316,515

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362 TARPON SPRINGS FUNDAMENTAL ELE SS NPW 52 4661 278 $ 1,789,486 Below $ 6,437 $ 6,491 $ 1,804,498 ROBERT L. STEVENSON ELEMENTARY SS NPW 5 4071 261 $ 1,679,013 Below $ 6,433 $ 6,491 $ 1,694,151 SOUTHWEST MIAMI SENIOR HIGH NS PW 13 7741 3069 $ 19,739,907 Below $ 6,432 $ 6,491 $ 19,920,879 ORTONA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 64 4334 277 $ 1,781,387 Below $ 6,431 $ 6,491 $ 1,798,007 KINGS TRAIL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 16 2031 482 $ 3,098,778 Below $ 6,429 $ 6,491 $ 3,128,662 DESTIN MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 46 771 607 $ 3,901,189 Below $ 6,427 $ 6,491 $ 3,940,037 CHOCACHATTI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 27 341 922 $ 5,922,006 Below $ 6,423 $ 6,491 $ 5,984,702 FERNANDINA BEACH MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 45 31 607 $ 3,898,154 Below $ 6,422 $ 6,491 $ 3,940,037 AVON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 28 101 729 $ 4,677,993 Below $ 6,417 $ 6,491 $ 4,731,939 EUSTIS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 35 61 525 $ 3,368,400 Below $ 6,416 $ 6,491 $ 3,407,775 BOCA CIEGA HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 52 431 1917 $ 12,290,811 Below $ 6,411 $ 6,491 $ 12,443,247 PROGRESS VILLAGE MIDDLE MAGNET SCHOOL NS PW 29 3561 919 $ 5,890,419 Below $ 6,410 $ 6,491 $ 5,965,229 HAGERTY HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 59 931 1048 $ 6,711,392 Below $ 6,404 $ 6,491 $ 6,802,568 LAKE GIBSON SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 53 1762 2081 $ 13,323,076 Below $ 6,402 $ 6,491 $ 13,507,771 WELLINGTON LANDINGS MIDDLE SS NPW 50 1701 1066 $ 6,824,532 Below $ 6,402 $ 6,491 $ 6,919,406 FLORAL CITY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 9 61 445 $ 2,848,890 Below $ 6,402 $ 6,491 $ 2,888,495 SOUTH OCALA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 42 391 546 $ 3,495,492 Below $ 6,402 $ 6,491 $ 3,544,086 WILLIAM T. DWYER HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 50 2201 1860 $ 11,900,280 Below $ 6,398 $ 6,491 $ 12,073,260 PINE FOREST ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 16 1591 467 $ 2,987,399 Below $ 6,397 $ 6,491 $ 3,031,297 AUBURNDALE SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 53 811 1882 $ 12,038,323 Below $ 6,397 $ 6,491 $ 12,216,062 LAWTON CHILES MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 13 6161 1555 $ 9,945,084 Below $ 6,396 $ 6,491 $ 10,093,505

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363 DOBY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS NPW 29 72 386 $ 2,467,698 Below $ 6,393 $ 6,491 $ 2,505,526 SEBRING HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 28 221 1645 $ 10,515,201 Below $ 6,392 $ 6,491 $ 10,677,695 ST. LUCIE WEST CENTENNIAL HIGH NS PW 56 401 2545 $ 16,265,453 Below $ 6,391 $ 6,491 $ 16,519,595 LARGO MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 52 141 1139 $ 7,271,508 Below $ 6,384 $ 6,491 $ 7,393,249 MCARTHUR HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 6 241 2541 $ 16,218,270 Below $ 6,383 $ 6,491 $ 16,493,631 OSCEOLA MAGNET SCHOOL SS NPW 31 51 541 $ 3,452,121 Below $ 6,381 $ 6,491 $ 3,511,631 MIRAMAR HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 6 1751 3102 $ 19,780,005 Below $ 6,377 $ 6,491 $ 20,135,082 BURNETT MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 29 631 1029 $ 6,558,975 Below $ 6,374 $ 6,491 $ 6,679,239 EAST BAY HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 29 1322 1907 $ 12,145,385 Below $ 6,369 $ 6,491 $ 12,378,337 W. DOUGLAS HARTLEY ELEMENTARY SS NPW 55 261 612 $ 3,897,216 Below $ 6,368 $ 6,491 $ 3,972,492 BANYAN CREEK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 50 1891 882 $ 5,615,694 Below $ 6,367 $ 6,491 $ 5,725,062 ORTEGA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS NPW 16 161 349 $ 2,221,036 Below $ 6,364 $ 6,491 $ 2,265,359 CURTIS FUNDAMENTAL ELEMENTARY SS NPW 52 3131 414 $ 2,634,696 Below $ 6,364 $ 6,491 $ 2,687,274 SUWANNEE HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 61 43 1301 $ 8,262,221 Below $ 6,351 $ 6,491 $ 8,444,791 WAKULLA MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 65 81 537 $ 3,409,950 Below $ 6,350 $ 6,491 $ 3,485,667 DIXIE COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 15 21 628 $ 3,987,416 Below $ 6,349 $ 6,491 $ 4,076,348 BRATT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 17 101 390 $ 2,474,550 Below $ 6,345 $ 6,491 $ 2,531,490 TREADWAY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 35 241 945 $ 5,993,190 Below $ 6,342 $ 6,491 $ 6,133,995 LAMARQUE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 58 1341 1016 $ 6,441,440 Below $ 6,340 $ 6,491 $ 6,594,856 MILTON HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 57 151 1834 $ 11,620,561 Below $ 6,336 $ 6,491 $ 11,904,494 COCONUT CREEK HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 6 1681 2585 $ 16,369,877 Below $ 6,333 $ 6,491 $ 16,779,235 BEACHLAND ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 31 61 549 $ 3,471,327 Below $ 6,323 $ 6,491 $ 3,563,559 WILKINSON JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 10 371 808 $ 5,107,368 Below $ 6,321 $ 6,491 $ 5,244,728 MCLANE MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 29 322 1080 $ 6,825,746 Below $ 6,320 $ 6,491 $ 7,010,280 IDYLLWILDE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 59 521 886 $ 5,596,862 Below $ 6,317 $ 6,491 $ 5,751,026

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364 FOX CHAPEL MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 27 202 1018 $ 6,430,470 Below $ 6,317 $ 6,491 $ 6,607,838 LAKE WEIR HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 42 501 1706 $ 10,773,689 Below $ 6,315 $ 6,491 $ 11,073,646 JAMES MADISON MIDDLE SCHOOL NS NPW 5 52 665 $ 4,198,145 Below $ 6,313 $ 6,491 $ 4,316,515 CALOOSA MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 36 572 1102 $ 6,956,926 Below $ 6,313 $ 6,491 $ 7,153,082 CALOOSA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 36 571 984 $ 6,209,040 Below $ 6,310 $ 6,491 $ 6,387,144 ALLAMANDA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 50 101 521 $ 3,285,947 Below $ 6,307 $ 6,491 $ 3,381,811 EMERALD COAST MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 66 152 291 $ 1,833,882 Below $ 6,302 $ 6,491 $ 1,888,881 SATURN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 5 1131 730 $ 4,597,540 Below $ 6,298 $ 6,491 $ 4,738,430 H. S. MOODY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 41 601 678 $ 4,268,780 Below $ 6,296 $ 6,491 $ 4,400,898 WILSON MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 29 4761 584 $ 3,676,864 Below $ 6,296 $ 6,491 $ 3,790,744 RIDGEWOOD HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 51 931 1988 $ 12,514,135 Below $ 6,295 $ 6,491 $ 12,904,108 LEE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 40 101 230 $ 1,446,700 Below $ 6,290 $ 6,491 $ 1,492,930 WEST ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 14 61 734 $ 4,615,392 Below $ 6,288 $ 6,491 $ 4,764,394 RUTHERFORD HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 3 341 1669 $ 10,491,334 Below $ 6,286 $ 6,491 $ 10,833,479 THREE OAKS MIDDLE SCHOOL NS NPW 36 821 844 $ 5,305,384 Below $ 6,286 $ 6,491 $ 5,478,404 KINGSWAY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 8 301 899 $ 5,651,114 Below $ 6,286 $ 6,491 $ 5,835,409 MARKHAM WOODS MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 59 731 850 $ 5,338,850 Below $ 6,281 $ 6,491 $ 5,517,350 PINE RIDGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS NPW 35 591 1273 $ 7,994,440 Below $ 6,280 $ 6,491 $ 8,263,043 LOPEZ ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 2531 825 $ 5,180,756 Below $ 6,280 $ 6,491 $ 5,355,075 BAY HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 3 61 1362 $ 8,551,998 Below $ 6,279 $ 6,491 $ 8,840,742 FRIENDSHIP ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 64 6851 806 $ 5,059,856 Below $ 6,278 $ 6,491 $ 5,231,746 GLENDALE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 31 201 626 $ 3,928,776 Below $ 6,276 $ 6,491 $ 4,063,366 BROOKVIEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 16 2061 765 $ 4,798,080 Below $ 6,272 $ 6,491 $ 4,965,615

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365 WILLISTON HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 38 91 616 $ 3,862,361 Below $ 6,270 $ 6,491 $ 3,998,456 ABRAHAM LINCOLN MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 1 112 774 $ 4,852,980 Below $ 6,270 $ 6,491 $ 5,024,034 TRADEWINDS MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 50 2781 1164 $ 7,295,559 Below $ 6,268 $ 6,491 $ 7,555,524 FOREST LAKES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 52 1331 781 $ 4,892,184 Below $ 6,264 $ 6,491 $ 5,069,471 MYAKKA RIVER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 8 231 740 $ 4,634,620 Below $ 6,263 $ 6,491 $ 4,803,340 COLONIAL HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 48 661 3778 $ 23,654,535 Below $ 6,261 $ 6,491 $ 24,522,998 WINTER PARK HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 48 1411 3442 $ 21,550,362 Below $ 6,261 $ 6,491 $ 22,342,022 MERRITT ISLAND HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 5 4011 1588 $ 9,940,880 Below $ 6,260 $ 6,491 $ 10,307,708 CHAIN OF LAKES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 53 933 839 $ 5,250,666 Below $ 6,258 $ 6,491 $ 5,445,949 NEW SMYRNA BEACH HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 64 3839 2020 $ 12,631,060 Below $ 6,253 $ 6,491 $ 13,111,820 SOUTH MIAMI MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 13 6881 1124 $ 7,027,248 Below $ 6,252 $ 6,491 $ 7,295,884 LITTLEWOOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 1 91 648 $ 4,050,000 Below $ 6,250 $ 6,491 $ 4,206,168 SOUTHPORT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 3 221 444 $ 2,773,668 Below $ 6,247 $ 6,491 $ 2,882,004 FOREST HILL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 50 621 1183 $ 7,389,928 Below $ 6,247 $ 6,491 $ 7,678,853 CLERMONT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 35 41 822 $ 5,134,212 Below $ 6,246 $ 6,491 $ 5,335,602 CYPRESS LAKE HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 36 531 1509 $ 9,413,142 Below $ 6,238 $ 6,491 $ 9,794,919 CRESTVIEW HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 46 601 1926 $ 12,014,388 Below $ 6,238 $ 6,491 $ 12,501,666 PALM LAKE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 961 664 $ 4,142,032 Below $ 6,238 $ 6,491 $ 4,310,024 DEL PRADO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 50 1741 851 $ 5,308,538 Below $ 6,238 $ 6,491 $ 5,523,841 JERRY THOMAS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 50 1651 817 $ 5,094,812 Below $ 6,236 $ 6,491 $ 5,303,147 STIRLING ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS NPW 6 691 722 $ 4,501,670 Below $ 6,235 $ 6,491 $ 4,686,502 MIAMI SOUTHRIDGE SENIOR HIGH NS PW 13 7731 3679 $ 22,932,779 Below $ 6,233 $ 6,491 $ 23,880,389

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366 CURLEW CREEK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 52 851 627 $ 3,908,091 Below $ 6,233 $ 6,491 $ 4,069,857 OAKSHIRE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 212 823 $ 5,128,113 Below $ 6,231 $ 6,491 $ 5,342,093 HICKORY CREEK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 55 501 661 $ 4,118,030 Below $ 6,230 $ 6,491 $ 4,290,551 TRENTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 21 41 677 $ 4,215,002 Below $ 6,226 $ 6,491 $ 4,394,407 DUNNELLON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 42 641 698 $ 4,345,050 Below $ 6,225 $ 6,491 $ 4,530,718 LOXAHATCHEE GROVES ELEMENTARY SS NPW 50 1901 731 $ 4,549,013 Below $ 6,223 $ 6,491 $ 4,744,921 ROBERT E. LEE HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 16 331 1933 $ 12,028,755 Below $ 6,223 $ 6,491 $ 12,547,103 FLORANADA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 851 720 $ 4,478,400 Below $ 6,220 $ 6,491 $ 4,673,520 WATERS EDGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 50 31 961 $ 5,975,498 Below $ 6,218 $ 6,491 $ 6,237,851 EAST MARION ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 42 181 779 $ 4,841,485 Below $ 6,215 $ 6,491 $ 5,056,489 PINEWOODS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 36 431 934 $ 5,796,404 Below $ 6,206 $ 6,491 $ 6,062,594 DUNNELLON HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 42 521 1369 $ 8,492,229 Below $ 6,203 $ 6,491 $ 8,886,179 SEBASTIAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS NPW 31 191 578 $ 3,584,178 Below $ 6,201 $ 6,491 $ 3,751,798 JOSEPH STILWELL MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 16 2191 1207 $ 7,482,426 Below $ 6,199 $ 6,491 $ 7,834,637 HAMPTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 4 181 191 $ 1,184,009 Below $ 6,199 $ 6,491 $ 1,239,781 VERDE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 50 1661 757 $ 4,690,372 Below $ 6,196 $ 6,491 $ 4,913,687 CHAMBERLAIN HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 29 761 2246 $ 13,914,675 Below $ 6,195 $ 6,491 $ 14,578,786 REEDY CREEK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 49 301 1016 $ 6,293,104 Below $ 6,194 $ 6,491 $ 6,594,856 ST. AUGUSTINE HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 55 181 1655 $ 10,244,450 Below $ 6,190 $ 6,491 $ 10,742,605 PALMETTO RIDGE HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 11 493 1991 $ 12,322,299 Below $ 6,189 $ 6,491 $ 12,923,581

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367 J. E. B. STUART MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 16 2072 1054 $ 6,519,576 Below $ 6,186 $ 6,491 $ 6,841,514 NEPTUNE BEACH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 16 2461 978 $ 6,045,018 Below $ 6,181 $ 6,491 $ 6,348,198 HOLIDAY HILL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 16 2091 609 $ 3,758,748 Below $ 6,172 $ 6,491 $ 3,953,019 MIMS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 5 101 576 $ 3,553,920 Below $ 6,170 $ 6,491 $ 3,738,816 OAKRIDGE MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 11 401 1141 $ 7,036,547 Below $ 6,167 $ 6,491 $ 7,406,231 ORIOLE BEACH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 57 311 787 $ 4,853,429 Below $ 6,167 $ 6,491 $ 5,108,417 CORAL REEF SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 13 7101 3146 $ 19,382,506 Below $ 6,161 $ 6,491 $ 20,420,686 CAPE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 36 131 842 $ 5,187,562 Below $ 6,161 $ 6,491 $ 5,465,422 NICEVILLE SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 46 211 2319 $ 14,285,040 Below $ 6,160 $ 6,491 $ 15,052,629 MYAKKA CITY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS NPW 41 231 433 $ 2,667,280 Below $ 6,160 $ 6,491 $ 2,810,603 ROMEO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 42 621 807 $ 4,970,313 Below $ 6,159 $ 6,491 $ 5,238,237 DUNEDIN HIGHLAND MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 52 1091 1115 $ 6,867,138 Below $ 6,159 $ 6,491 $ 7,237,465 MIAMI CORAL PARK SENIOR HIGH NS PW 13 7271 3765 $ 23,185,214 Below $ 6,158 $ 6,491 $ 24,438,615 EDGEWATER HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 48 121 2574 $ 15,845,544 Below $ 6,156 $ 6,491 $ 16,707,834 BELLEVIEW HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 42 661 1648 $ 10,145,088 Below $ 6,156 $ 6,491 $ 10,697,168 FROST ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 70 788 $ 4,850,245 Below $ 6,155 $ 6,491 $ 5,114,908 EVERITT MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 3 141 680 $ 4,184,053 Below $ 6,153 $ 6,491 $ 4,413,880 WIREGRASS RANCH HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 51 90 708 $ 4,355,616 Below $ 6,152 $ 6,491 $ 4,595,628 LAKE CITY MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 12 241 1057 $ 6,502,021 Below $ 6,151 $ 6,491 $ 6,860,987 LEHIGH SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 36 241 2167 $ 13,322,315 Below $ 6,148 $ 6,491 $ 14,065,997 OLYMPIC HEIGHTS COMMUNITY HIGH NS NPW 50 2181 1482 $ 9,109,854 Below $ 6,147 $ 6,491 $ 9,619,662 W. H. RHODES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 57 191 1000 $ 6,147,000 Below $ 6,147 $ 6,491 $ 6,491,000 CAMELOT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 217 730 $ 4,486,580 Below $ 6,146 $ 6,491 $ 4,738,430

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368 GULF COAST HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 11 392 2131 $ 13,094,995 Below $ 6,145 $ 6,491 $ 13,832,321 VERNON MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 67 52 449 $ 2,758,801 Below $ 6,144 $ 6,491 $ 2,914,459 FLOROSA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 46 631 627 $ 3,852,288 Below $ 6,144 $ 6,491 $ 4,069,857 LIME STREET ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 53 151 611 $ 3,752,762 Below $ 6,142 $ 6,491 $ 3,966,001 BERRYHILL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 57 41 983 $ 6,036,603 Below $ 6,141 $ 6,491 $ 6,380,653 JACKSONVILLE HEIGHTS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 16 2291 888 $ 5,452,937 Below $ 6,141 $ 6,491 $ 5,764,008 LAKEWOOD HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 52 2031 1618 $ 9,932,902 Below $ 6,139 $ 6,491 $ 10,502,438 PALM BAY SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 5 2021 2577 $ 15,791,856 Below $ 6,128 $ 6,491 $ 16,727,307 BRADEN RIVER HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 41 762 1100 $ 6,736,400 Below $ 6,124 $ 6,491 $ 7,140,100 SOUTH FORK HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 43 241 2053 $ 12,568,466 Below $ 6,122 $ 6,491 $ 13,326,023 SUMMERFIELD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS PW 29 4211 914 $ 5,595,020 Below $ 6,121 $ 6,491 $ 5,932,774 ROSEWOOD MAGNET SCHOOL SS NPW 31 41 543 $ 3,323,703 Below $ 6,121 $ 6,491 $ 3,524,613 AUDUBON PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 531 595 $ 3,636,045 Below $ 6,111 $ 6,491 $ 3,862,145 DESTIN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 46 131 869 $ 5,307,852 Below $ 6,108 $ 6,491 $ 5,640,679 MANATEE HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 41 181 2259 $ 13,795,713 Below $ 6,107 $ 6,491 $ 14,663,169 LINCOLN AVENUE ACADEMY SS NPW 53 251 518 $ 3,163,426 Below $ 6,107 $ 6,491 $ 3,362,338 ANDREW JACKSON HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 16 351 1695 $ 10,349,670 Below $ 6,106 $ 6,491 $ 11,002,245 ANDREW JACKSON MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 5 141 684 $ 4,176,504 Below $ 6,106 $ 6,491 $ 4,439,844 GLENRIDGE MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 48 571 1258 $ 7,681,348 Below $ 6,106 $ 6,491 $ 8,165,678 TAMARAC ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 2621 1119 $ 6,831,495 Below $ 6,105 $ 6,491 $ 7,263,429 RIDGEVIEW HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 10 431 1758 $ 10,727,316 Below $ 6,102 $ 6,491 $ 11,411,178 FREEDOM MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 48 245 1128 $ 6,880,800 Below $ 6,100 $ 6,491 $ 7,321,848 N. B. COOK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 17 191 605 $ 3,690,500 Below $ 6,100 $ 6,491 $ 3,927,055

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369 VERO BEACH HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 31 31 2742 $ 16,723,458 Below $ 6,099 $ 6,491 $ 17,798,322 MARTHA B. KING MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 41 611 899 $ 5,481,203 Below $ 6,097 $ 6,491 $ 5,835,409 R. B. HUNT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 55 161 617 $ 3,761,849 Below $ 6,097 $ 6,491 $ 4,004,947 WESTERN HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 6 2831 2497 $ 15,214,221 Below $ 6,093 $ 6,491 $ 16,208,027 BOCA RATON HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 50 961 2195 $ 13,371,940 Below $ 6,092 $ 6,491 $ 14,247,745 COTEE RIVER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 51 311 792 $ 4,824,072 Below $ 6,091 $ 6,491 $ 5,140,872 ADAMS MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 29 41 1233 $ 7,509,990 Below $ 6,091 $ 6,491 $ 8,003,403 NORTHWOOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 46 222 678 $ 4,129,020 Below $ 6,090 $ 6,491 $ 4,400,898 DR CARRIE ROBINSON LITTLETON ELEM SS NPW 36 791 749 $ 4,560,661 Below $ 6,089 $ 6,491 $ 4,861,759 WYNNEBROOK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 50 1391 813 $ 4,950,357 Below $ 6,089 $ 6,491 $ 5,277,183 CAPE CORAL HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 36 621 2147 $ 13,065,772 Below $ 6,086 $ 6,491 $ 13,936,177 HUNTERS CREEK MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 48 381 1071 $ 6,515,964 Below $ 6,084 $ 6,491 $ 6,951,861 PEDRO MENENDEZ HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 55 401 1489 $ 9,054,609 Below $ 6,081 $ 6,491 $ 9,665,099 SUTHERLAND ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 52 6271 594 $ 3,608,550 Below $ 6,075 $ 6,491 $ 3,855,654 HORIZON MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 49 341 1589 $ 9,652,630 Below $ 6,075 $ 6,491 $ 10,314,199 WALLER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 3 251 692 $ 4,199,748 Below $ 6,069 $ 6,491 $ 4,491,772 DAVIDSEN MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 29 1080 1212 $ 7,355,183 Below $ 6,069 $ 6,491 $ 7,867,092 FIVE POINTS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 12 91 554 $ 3,360,564 Below $ 6,066 $ 6,491 $ 3,596,014 ANDOVER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 321 538 $ 3,262,432 Below $ 6,064 $ 6,491 $ 3,492,158 CASTLE CREEK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 1612 607 $ 3,680,241 Below $ 6,063 $ 6,491 $ 3,940,037 HUDSON HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 51 521 1716 $ 10,401,611 Below $ 6,062 $ 6,491 $ 11,138,556 FIRST COAST HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 16 2651 2195 $ 13,297,310 Below $ 6,058 $ 6,491 $ 14,247,745 FERNANDINA BEACH HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 45 291 1033 $ 6,251,716 Below $ 6,052 $ 6,491 $ 6,705,203 YULEE HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 45 231 825 $ 4,992,075 Below $ 6,051 $ 6,491 $ 5,355,075

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370 SALLIE JONES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 8 21 781 $ 4,725,831 Below $ 6,051 $ 6,491 $ 5,069,471 INTERLACHEN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 54 201 809 $ 4,895,259 Below $ 6,051 $ 6,491 $ 5,251,219 LEHIGH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 36 301 1020 $ 6,171,000 Below $ 6,050 $ 6,491 $ 6,620,820 PAUL W. BELL MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 13 6041 1255 $ 7,590,240 Below $ 6,048 $ 6,491 $ 8,146,205 C. W. NORTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 1 541 703 $ 4,251,041 Below $ 6,047 $ 6,491 $ 4,563,173 DESOTO TRAIL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 37 511 615 $ 3,718,290 Below $ 6,046 $ 6,491 $ 3,991,965 LEWIS E. WADSWORTH ELEMENTARY SS NPW 18 131 910 $ 5,500,950 Below $ 6,045 $ 6,491 $ 5,906,810 JOHN STOCKTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 16 881 550 $ 3,324,750 Below $ 6,045 $ 6,491 $ 3,570,050 GREENFIELD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS NPW 16 2221 562 $ 3,396,728 Below $ 6,044 $ 6,491 $ 3,647,942 COLUMBIA CITY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 12 261 671 $ 4,055,524 Below $ 6,044 $ 6,491 $ 4,355,461 W. E. CHERRY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 10 241 624 $ 3,769,584 Below $ 6,041 $ 6,491 $ 4,050,384 SEALEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 37 431 557 $ 3,364,280 Below $ 6,040 $ 6,491 $ 3,615,487 LEON HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 37 21 1816 $ 10,961,376 Below $ 6,036 $ 6,491 $ 11,787,656 HARDEE SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 25 21 1329 $ 8,017,234 Below $ 6,033 $ 6,491 $ 8,626,539 FITZGERALD MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 52 1281 1193 $ 7,196,484 Below $ 6,032 $ 6,491 $ 7,743,763 AMERICAN SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 13 7011 2773 $ 16,727,077 Below $ 6,032 $ 6,491 $ 17,999,543 PINAR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 1541 511 $ 3,079,797 Below $ 6,027 $ 6,491 $ 3,316,901 BAY POINT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 52 161 747 $ 4,501,422 Below $ 6,026 $ 6,491 $ 4,848,777 LECANTO HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 9 163 1665 $ 10,031,625 Below $ 6,025 $ 6,491 $ 10,807,515 PIEDMONT LAKES MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 48 1671 1372 $ 8,263,556 Below $ 6,023 $ 6,491 $ 8,905,652 THEODORE ROOSEVELT ELEMENTARY SS NPW 5 5012 514 $ 3,095,822 Below $ 6,023 $ 6,491 $ 3,336,374

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371 GLEN SPRINGS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 1 331 450 $ 2,709,900 Below $ 6,022 $ 6,491 $ 2,920,950 LAKE REGION HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 53 1991 2181 $ 13,133,355 Below $ 6,022 $ 6,491 $ 14,156,871 A. K. SUTER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 17 501 354 $ 2,131,434 Below $ 6,021 $ 6,491 $ 2,297,814 HIALEAH SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 13 7111 4172 $ 25,109,532 Below $ 6,019 $ 6,491 $ 27,080,452 PELICAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 36 641 1154 $ 6,943,618 Below $ 6,017 $ 6,491 $ 7,490,614 PORT SALERNO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 43 101 663 $ 3,988,608 Below $ 6,016 $ 6,491 $ 4,303,533 PRINCETON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 251 525 $ 3,157,350 Below $ 6,014 $ 6,491 $ 3,407,775 NOB HILL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 2671 802 $ 4,820,822 Below $ 6,011 $ 6,491 $ 5,205,782 TRINITY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 51 32 646 $ 3,882,460 Below $ 6,010 $ 6,491 $ 4,193,186 RIDGEVIEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 10 401 784 $ 4,710,272 Below $ 6,008 $ 6,491 $ 5,088,944 DUNNELLON MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 42 172 1086 $ 6,521,935 Below $ 6,005 $ 6,491 $ 7,049,226 HIGHLAND OAKS MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 13 6241 2220 $ 13,317,780 Below $ 5,999 $ 6,491 $ 14,410,020 JENSEN BEACH HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 43 351 1513 $ 9,074,974 Below $ 5,998 $ 6,491 $ 9,820,883 CORNER LAKE MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 48 1281 1405 $ 8,424,380 Below $ 5,996 $ 6,491 $ 9,119,855 TITUSVILLE HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 5 11 1565 $ 9,380,610 Below $ 5,994 $ 6,491 $ 10,158,415 PARKSIDE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 3631 877 $ 5,255,861 Below $ 5,993 $ 6,491 $ 5,692,607 HENRY F. KITE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 16 371 419 $ 2,508,553 Below $ 5,987 $ 6,491 $ 2,719,729 CHIPLEY HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 67 21 618 $ 3,699,853 Below $ 5,987 $ 6,491 $ 4,011,438 SAMSULA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 64 5637 261 $ 1,561,563 Below $ 5,983 $ 6,491 $ 1,694,151 ROCKLEDGE SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 5 1011 1559 $ 9,325,938 Below $ 5,982 $ 6,491 $ 10,119,469 KENWOOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 46 621 560 $ 3,349,360 Below $ 5,981 $ 6,491 $ 3,634,960 LAKE MARY HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 59 71 2588 $ 15,476,240 Below $ 5,980 $ 6,491 $ 16,798,708

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372 WILLIAMS MIDDLE MAGNET SCHOOL SS NPW 29 4741 944 $ 5,644,176 Below $ 5,979 $ 6,491 $ 6,127,504 ROBERT WILLIS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 41 801 475 $ 2,839,550 Below $ 5,978 $ 6,491 $ 3,083,225 BELLEVIEW MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 42 631 1216 $ 7,265,715 Below $ 5,975 $ 6,491 $ 7,893,056 EUSTIS MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 35 697 1073 $ 6,404,737 Below $ 5,969 $ 6,491 $ 6,964,843 PALM HARBOR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 52 3181 417 $ 2,489,073 Below $ 5,969 $ 6,491 $ 2,706,747 NOVA DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER ELEM SS NPW 6 1271 835 $ 4,983,280 Below $ 5,968 $ 6,491 $ 5,419,985 CROTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 5 3091 568 $ 3,389,256 Below $ 5,967 $ 6,491 $ 3,686,888 ANTIOCH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 46 751 866 $ 5,166,556 Below $ 5,966 $ 6,491 $ 5,621,206 SEA BREEZE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 41 671 674 $ 4,020,410 Below $ 5,965 $ 6,491 $ 4,374,934 CITRUS COVE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 50 2071 827 $ 4,932,228 Below $ 5,964 $ 6,491 $ 5,368,057 VALLEYVIEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 53 1891 1099 $ 6,553,337 Below $ 5,963 $ 6,491 $ 7,133,609 GEMINI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 5 6101 583 $ 3,475,846 Below $ 5,962 $ 6,491 $ 3,784,253 JAMES M. ANDERSON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 15 101 579 $ 3,450,840 Below $ 5,960 $ 6,491 $ 3,758,289 DEEP CREEK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 8 251 843 $ 5,023,437 Below $ 5,959 $ 6,491 $ 5,471,913 GAMBLE ROGERS MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 55 371 907 $ 5,402,999 Below $ 5,957 $ 6,491 $ 5,887,337 HAWKS RISE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 37 1131 866 $ 5,157,896 Below $ 5,956 $ 6,491 $ 5,621,206 OKEECHOBEE HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 47 101 1284 $ 7,645,521 Below $ 5,954 $ 6,491 $ 8,334,444 NORCREST ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 561 702 $ 4,176,198 Below $ 5,949 $ 6,491 $ 4,556,682 SATELLITE SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 5 6011 1669 $ 9,927,212 Below $ 5,948 $ 6,491 $ 10,833,479 TAVARES HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 35 211 1246 $ 7,407,470 Below $ 5,945 $ 6,491 $ 8,087,786 SEVEN SPRINGS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS NPW 51 411 705 $ 4,186,995 Below $ 5,939 $ 6,491 $ 4,576,155 ENGLEWOOD HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 16 901 1997 $ 11,859,170 Below $ 5,938 $ 6,491 $ 12,962,527

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373 CHICKASAW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 831 820 $ 4,868,340 Below $ 5,937 $ 6,491 $ 5,322,620 ST. CLOUD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 49 111 1037 $ 6,155,632 Below $ 5,936 $ 6,491 $ 6,731,167 GULF ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 36 672 1359 $ 8,065,665 Below $ 5,935 $ 6,491 $ 8,821,269 CENTRAL PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 2641 1178 $ 6,990,252 Below $ 5,934 $ 6,491 $ 7,646,398 MCNAB ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 841 748 $ 4,437,884 Below $ 5,933 $ 6,491 $ 4,855,268 CENTRAL MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 5 3021 1171 $ 6,946,372 Below $ 5,932 $ 6,491 $ 7,600,961 JAMES WELDON JOHNSON MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 16 1521 1113 $ 6,600,090 Below $ 5,930 $ 6,491 $ 7,224,483 TIMBER TRACE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 50 2011 913 $ 5,413,177 Below $ 5,929 $ 6,491 $ 5,926,283 OSLO MIDDLE SCHOOL NS NPW 31 271 1144 $ 6,781,632 Below $ 5,928 $ 6,491 $ 7,425,704 ROYAL PALM BEACH HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 50 2331 2209 $ 13,092,743 Below $ 5,927 $ 6,491 $ 14,338,619 AZALEA MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 52 121 1177 $ 6,975,968 Below $ 5,927 $ 6,491 $ 7,639,907 R. DAN NOLAN MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 41 752 758 $ 4,490,392 Below $ 5,924 $ 6,491 $ 4,920,178 BONNEVILLE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 871 597 $ 3,536,031 Below $ 5,923 $ 6,491 $ 3,875,127 BRANDON HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 29 291 2048 $ 12,126,208 Below $ 5,921 $ 6,491 $ 13,293,568 CROWN POINT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 16 2451 1280 $ 7,577,600 Below $ 5,920 $ 6,491 $ 8,308,480 BOULEVARD HEIGHTS ELEMENTARY NS NPW 6 971 889 $ 5,261,102 Below $ 5,918 $ 6,491 $ 5,770,499 EASTSIDE HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 1 421 1947 $ 11,515,407 Below $ 5,914 $ 6,491 $ 12,637,977 WHARTON HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 29 4731 2358 $ 13,942,026 Below $ 5,913 $ 6,491 $ 15,305,778 CHISHOLM ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 64 949 385 $ 2,276,120 Below $ 5,912 $ 6,491 $ 2,499,035 WINDERMERE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 1231 1086 $ 6,416,088 Below $ 5,908 $ 6,491 $ 7,049,226 METROWEST ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 1021 1218 $ 7,195,944 Below $ 5,908 $ 6,491 $ 7,906,038 SUSIE E. TOLBERT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS NPW 16 1281 405 $ 2,391,525 Below $ 5,905 $ 6,491 $ 2,628,855 GENEVA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 59 51 502 $ 2,964,310 Below $ 5,905 $ 6,491 $ 3,258,482

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374 ALVA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 36 92 461 $ 2,719,439 Below $ 5,899 $ 6,491 $ 2,992,351 DR. PHILLIPS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 1591 636 $ 3,751,764 Below $ 5,899 $ 6,491 $ 4,128,276 SOUTHWOOD MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 13 6861 1784 $ 10,520,248 Below $ 5,897 $ 6,491 $ 11,579,944 KELLEY SMITH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 54 101 749 $ 4,416,104 Below $ 5,896 $ 6,491 $ 4,861,759 ROSENWALD MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 3 301 851 $ 5,013,548 Below $ 5,891 $ 6,491 $ 5,523,841 THREE OAKS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 36 741 855 $ 5,036,805 Below $ 5,891 $ 6,491 $ 5,549,805 GULF BREEZE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 57 101 706 $ 4,159,046 Below $ 5,891 $ 6,491 $ 4,582,646 RIDGE COMMUNITY HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 53 937 1662 $ 9,789,667 Below $ 5,890 $ 6,491 $ 10,788,042 SUNSET HILLS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 52 4381 591 $ 3,480,399 Below $ 5,889 $ 6,491 $ 3,836,181 SANDALWOOD HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 16 2371 2928 $ 17,237,136 Below $ 5,887 $ 6,491 $ 19,005,648 TAVARES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS NPW 35 551 726 $ 4,271,784 Below $ 5,884 $ 6,491 $ 4,712,466 ALLEN PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 36 81 888 $ 5,224,104 Below $ 5,883 $ 6,491 $ 5,764,008 WEWAHITCHKA MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 23 82 245 $ 1,441,220 Below $ 5,883 $ 6,491 $ 1,590,295 PALMA SOLA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 41 291 584 $ 3,432,752 Below $ 5,878 $ 6,491 $ 3,790,744 ALTAMONTE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 59 561 866 $ 5,089,482 Below $ 5,877 $ 6,491 $ 5,621,206 FLAGLER PALM COAST HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 18 91 2504 $ 14,698,480 Below $ 5,870 $ 6,491 $ 16,253,464 LEMON BAY HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 8 51 1558 $ 9,145,460 Below $ 5,870 $ 6,491 $ 10,112,978 BARTELS MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 29 103 739 $ 4,337,930 Below $ 5,870 $ 6,491 $ 4,796,849 BUDDY TAYLOR MIDDLE SCHOOL NS NPW 18 11 1151 $ 6,755,219 Below $ 5,869 $ 6,491 $ 7,471,141 NORTH MARION HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 42 331 1572 $ 9,224,504 Below $ 5,868 $ 6,491 $ 10,203,852 PAXON SCHOOL/ADVANCED STUDIES SS NPW 16 751 1511 $ 8,866,548 Below $ 5,868 $ 6,491 $ 9,807,901

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375 PLANT CITY HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 29 3431 2734 $ 16,041,912 Below $ 5,868 $ 6,491 $ 17,746,394 WELLEBY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 2881 863 $ 5,063,221 Below $ 5,867 $ 6,491 $ 5,601,733 PEA RIDGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 57 301 948 $ 5,560,968 Below $ 5,866 $ 6,491 $ 6,153,468 LECANTO PRIMARY SCHOOL SS NPW 9 161 842 $ 4,938,330 Below $ 5,865 $ 6,491 $ 5,465,422 VISTA LAKES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 1752 837 $ 4,906,494 Below $ 5,862 $ 6,491 $ 5,432,967 LECANTO MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 9 162 761 $ 4,460,221 Below $ 5,861 $ 6,491 $ 4,939,651 C. W. RUCKEL MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 46 121 836 $ 4,898,960 Below $ 5,860 $ 6,491 $ 5,426,476 SEBASTIAN MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 55 301 752 $ 4,405,216 Below $ 5,858 $ 6,491 $ 4,881,232 PINES LAKES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 2861 846 $ 4,955,868 Below $ 5,858 $ 6,491 $ 5,491,386 DUNCAN U. FLETCHER HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 16 2231 2571 $ 15,048,063 Below $ 5,853 $ 6,491 $ 16,688,361 DAVIDSON MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 46 761 919 $ 5,378,907 Below $ 5,853 $ 6,491 $ 5,965,229 LAKEMONT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 561 704 $ 4,120,512 Below $ 5,853 $ 6,491 $ 4,569,664 BINKS FOREST ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 50 2561 1178 $ 6,891,300 Below $ 5,850 $ 6,491 $ 7,646,398 LOGGERS' RUN MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 50 1751 1020 $ 5,964,960 Below $ 5,848 $ 6,491 $ 6,620,820 FOREST RIDGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 9 25 795 $ 4,649,160 Below $ 5,848 $ 6,491 $ 5,160,345 LAKELAND SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 53 31 2158 $ 12,607,108 Below $ 5,842 $ 6,491 $ 14,007,578 ZEPHYRHILLS HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 51 131 1656 $ 9,673,377 Below $ 5,841 $ 6,491 $ 10,749,096 LAVILLA SCHOOL OF THE ARTS SS NPW 16 2671 1062 $ 6,203,142 Below $ 5,841 $ 6,491 $ 6,893,442 ORANGE PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 10 201 546 $ 3,189,186 Below $ 5,841 $ 6,491 $ 3,544,086 RAMBLEWOOD MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 6 2711 1286 $ 7,510,240 Below $ 5,840 $ 6,491 $ 8,347,426 JIM ALLEN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 17 31 614 $ 3,583,304 Below $ 5,836 $ 6,491 $ 3,985,474 UNIVERSITY HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 48 1001 3588 $ 20,935,980 Below $ 5,835 $ 6,491 $ 23,289,708 MOLINO PARK ELEMENTARY SS NPW 17 1261 465 $ 2,713,275 Below $ 5,835 $ 6,491 $ 3,018,315

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376 SOUTH SEMINOLE MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 59 201 1214 $ 7,082,476 Below $ 5,834 $ 6,491 $ 7,880,074 HENDRICKS AVENUE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 16 711 644 $ 3,757,096 Below $ 5,834 $ 6,491 $ 4,180,204 ESCAMBIA HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 17 281 1829 $ 10,665,463 Below $ 5,831 $ 6,491 $ 11,872,039 EMBASSY CREEK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 3191 851 $ 4,957,926 Below $ 5,826 $ 6,491 $ 5,523,841 GEORGE W. JENKINS SENIOR HIGH SS NPW 53 1931 2223 $ 12,948,975 Below $ 5,825 $ 6,491 $ 14,429,493 CHALLENGER 7 ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 5 191 522 $ 3,040,128 Below $ 5,824 $ 6,491 $ 3,388,302 KERNAN TRAIL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 16 2311 744 $ 4,324,872 Below $ 5,813 $ 6,491 $ 4,829,304 LEXINGTON MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 36 351 924 $ 5,370,288 Below $ 5,812 $ 6,491 $ 5,997,684 TRAFALGAR MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 36 761 1284 $ 7,462,608 Below $ 5,812 $ 6,491 $ 8,334,444 J. D. PARKER SCHOOL OF TECHNOLOGY SS NPW 43 51 588 $ 3,416,868 Below $ 5,811 $ 6,491 $ 3,816,708 SAN ANTONIO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 51 251 710 $ 4,120,840 Below $ 5,804 $ 6,491 $ 4,608,610 ROCKWAY MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 13 6821 1274 $ 7,393,022 Below $ 5,803 $ 6,491 $ 8,269,534 SPRUCE CREEK HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 64 4436 2783 $ 16,141,400 Below $ 5,800 $ 6,491 $ 18,064,453 GREENWAY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 42 671 1045 $ 6,061,000 Below $ 5,800 $ 6,491 $ 6,783,095 BELL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 21 32 634 $ 3,677,200 Below $ 5,800 $ 6,491 $ 4,115,294 ORANGE PARK JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 10 361 928 $ 5,380,544 Below $ 5,798 $ 6,491 $ 6,023,648 CLERMONT MIDDLE SCHOOL NS NPW 35 401 928 $ 5,378,688 Below $ 5,796 $ 6,491 $ 6,023,648 LAKE BRANTLEY HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 59 491 3193 $ 18,503,435 Below $ 5,795 $ 6,491 $ 20,725,763 NORTHSIDE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 3 471 724 $ 4,195,580 Below $ 5,795 $ 6,491 $ 4,699,484 JUPITER MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 50 1731 1229 $ 7,120,826 Below $ 5,794 $ 6,491 $ 7,977,439 WAUCHULA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 25 91 585 $ 3,389,490 Below $ 5,794 $ 6,491 $ 3,797,235 SANDPIPER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 3061 900 $ 5,212,800 Below $ 5,792 $ 6,491 $ 5,841,900

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377 BEAUCLERC ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 16 2301 1251 $ 7,244,541 Below $ 5,791 $ 6,491 $ 8,120,241 PLANTATION MIDDLE SCHOOL NS NPW 6 551 1109 $ 6,421,110 Below $ 5,790 $ 6,491 $ 7,198,519 FAIRGLEN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 5 1091 769 $ 4,452,510 Below $ 5,790 $ 6,491 $ 4,991,579 WILLISTON MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 38 101 566 $ 3,276,663 Below $ 5,789 $ 6,491 $ 3,673,906 GAITHER HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 29 1551 2337 $ 13,524,219 Below $ 5,787 $ 6,491 $ 15,169,467 ORANGE BROOK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 711 764 $ 4,421,268 Below $ 5,787 $ 6,491 $ 4,959,124 COOPER CITY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 1211 944 $ 5,462,928 Below $ 5,787 $ 6,491 $ 6,127,504 DOMMERICH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 1181 699 $ 4,042,317 Below $ 5,783 $ 6,491 $ 4,537,209 TAVARES MIDDLE SCHOOL NS NPW 35 213 1051 $ 6,076,882 Below $ 5,782 $ 6,491 $ 6,822,041 NOVA MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 6 1311 1210 $ 6,996,220 Below $ 5,782 $ 6,491 $ 7,854,110 RAA MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 37 92 820 $ 4,738,780 Below $ 5,779 $ 6,491 $ 5,322,620 WILLIAM S. TALBOT ELEM SCHOOL SS NPW 1 561 735 $ 4,244,625 Below $ 5,775 $ 6,491 $ 4,770,885 HERON CREEK MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 58 1261 1971 $ 11,370,699 Below $ 5,769 $ 6,491 $ 12,793,761 DIPLOMAT MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 36 772 1044 $ 6,022,836 Below $ 5,769 $ 6,491 $ 6,776,604 GIFFORD MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 31 81 1318 $ 7,599,588 Below $ 5,766 $ 6,491 $ 8,555,138 TRADEWINDS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 3481 1080 $ 6,227,280 Below $ 5,766 $ 6,491 $ 7,010,280 FOREST GLEN MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 6 3051 1446 $ 8,336,190 Below $ 5,765 $ 6,491 $ 9,385,986 PALM HARBOR UNIVERSITY HIGH SS NPW 52 4681 2234 $ 12,876,776 Below $ 5,764 $ 6,491 $ 14,500,894 PORT ST. LUCIE HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 56 301 2251 $ 12,971,627 Below $ 5,763 $ 6,491 $ 14,611,241 PORT ST. JOE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 23 51 525 $ 3,024,000 Below $ 5,760 $ 6,491 $ 3,407,775 JOHN YOUNG ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 1081 1000 $ 5,758,000 Below $ 5,758 $ 6,491 $ 6,491,000 PORT MALABAR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 5 2061 767 $ 4,415,619 Below $ 5,757 $ 6,491 $ 4,978,597

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378 ROBERTS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 37 1171 771 $ 4,436,334 Below $ 5,754 $ 6,491 $ 5,004,561 PINE RIDGE HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 64 6881 2571 $ 14,792,597 Below $ 5,754 $ 6,491 $ 16,688,361 SUNTREE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 5 3121 791 $ 4,548,250 Below $ 5,750 $ 6,491 $ 5,134,381 CITRUS HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 9 31 1693 $ 9,733,057 Below $ 5,749 $ 6,491 $ 10,989,263 NOVA BLANCHE FORMAN ELEMENTARY SS NPW 6 1282 822 $ 4,724,856 Below $ 5,748 $ 6,491 $ 5,335,602 SKYLINE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 36 751 1111 $ 6,384,917 Below $ 5,747 $ 6,491 $ 7,211,501 WEST PORT MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 42 691 1268 $ 7,284,209 Below $ 5,745 $ 6,491 $ 8,230,588 SPRINGWOOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 37 501 647 $ 3,715,074 Below $ 5,742 $ 6,491 $ 4,199,677 RIVERDALE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 261 794 $ 4,559,148 Below $ 5,742 $ 6,491 $ 5,153,854 ST. PETERSBURG HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 52 3781 2317 $ 13,292,629 Below $ 5,737 $ 6,491 $ 15,039,647 NARCOOSSEE COMMUNITY SCHOOL SS NPW 49 40 1597 $ 9,161,989 Below $ 5,737 $ 6,491 $ 10,366,127 EAU GALLIE HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 5 3011 2081 $ 11,934,535 Below $ 5,735 $ 6,491 $ 13,507,771 WILLIAM DANDY MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 6 1071 1286 $ 7,375,210 Below $ 5,735 $ 6,491 $ 8,347,426 SANFORD MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 59 151 1319 $ 7,561,827 Below $ 5,733 $ 6,491 $ 8,561,629 LAKEWOOD RANCH HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 41 721 2108 $ 12,080,948 Below $ 5,731 $ 6,491 $ 13,683,028 LINCOLN HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 37 1091 1984 $ 11,368,320 Below $ 5,730 $ 6,491 $ 12,878,144 LANDMARK MIDDLE SCHOOL NS NPW 16 2561 1349 $ 7,729,770 Below $ 5,730 $ 6,491 $ 8,756,359 OLD KINGS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 18 201 1115 $ 6,388,950 Below $ 5,730 $ 6,491 $ 7,237,465 BOONE HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 48 111 3192 $ 18,280,584 Below $ 5,727 $ 6,491 $ 20,719,272 CELEBRATION HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 49 902 1955 $ 11,194,709 Below $ 5,726 $ 6,491 $ 12,689,905 WEST NASSAU COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 45 191 1037 $ 5,937,862 Below $ 5,726 $ 6,491 $ 6,731,167 SEVEN SPRINGS MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 51 57 1314 $ 7,522,650 Below $ 5,725 $ 6,491 $ 8,529,174 KATHLEEN SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 53 1181 1710 $ 9,785,917 Below $ 5,723 $ 6,491 $ 11,099,610

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379 WESTCHESTER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 2681 1096 $ 6,264,736 Below $ 5,716 $ 6,491 $ 7,114,136 NATHAN B. FORREST HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 16 2411 1847 $ 10,555,605 Below $ 5,715 $ 6,491 $ 11,988,877 GRAY MIDDLE SCHOOL NS NPW 35 113 1273 $ 7,275,195 Below $ 5,715 $ 6,491 $ 8,263,043 NEWBERRY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 1 531 593 $ 3,388,995 Below $ 5,715 $ 6,491 $ 3,849,163 FOREST CITY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 59 502 872 $ 4,982,608 Below $ 5,714 $ 6,491 $ 5,660,152 OCOEE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 1531 727 $ 4,152,624 Below $ 5,712 $ 6,491 $ 4,718,957 LAKE MARY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 59 81 612 $ 3,495,744 Below $ 5,712 $ 6,491 $ 3,972,492 BONIFAY MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 30 12 481 $ 2,746,991 Below $ 5,711 $ 6,491 $ 3,122,171 GRADY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 29 1721 407 $ 2,322,749 Below $ 5,707 $ 6,491 $ 2,641,837 GULF BREEZE MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 57 102 876 $ 4,996,704 Below $ 5,704 $ 6,491 $ 5,686,116 DUNCAN U. FLETCHER MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 16 631 1332 $ 7,596,396 Below $ 5,703 $ 6,491 $ 8,646,012 PORT ORANGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 64 4934 475 $ 2,705,600 Below $ 5,696 $ 6,491 $ 3,083,225 KEYSTONE HEIGHTS ELEMENTARY SS NPW 10 301 832 $ 4,738,240 Below $ 5,695 $ 6,491 $ 5,400,512 WESTGLADES MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 6 3871 1449 $ 8,249,157 Below $ 5,693 $ 6,491 $ 9,405,459 ANONA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 52 51 418 $ 2,379,674 Below $ 5,693 $ 6,491 $ 2,713,238 JEFFERSON DAVIS MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 16 2161 1524 $ 8,674,867 Below $ 5,692 $ 6,491 $ 9,892,284 ESTERO HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 36 731 1650 $ 9,391,800 Below $ 5,692 $ 6,491 $ 10,710,150 MARTIN COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 43 31 1933 $ 10,994,904 Below $ 5,688 $ 6,491 $ 12,547,103 TYNES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 10 501 793 $ 4,510,584 Below $ 5,688 $ 6,491 $ 5,147,363 CHAIRES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 37 491 749 $ 4,259,563 Below $ 5,687 $ 6,491 $ 4,861,759 DIPLOMAT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 36 771 939 $ 5,338,215 Below $ 5,685 $ 6,491 $ 6,095,049 W. D. SUGG MIDDLE SCHOOL NS NPW 41 581 890 $ 5,057,870 Below $ 5,683 $ 6,491 $ 5,776,990

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380 NEW RENAISSANCE MIDDLE SCHOOL NS PW 6 3911 1692 $ 9,610,428 Below $ 5,680 $ 6,491 $ 10,982,772 SEBRING MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 28 21 836 $ 4,743,464 Below $ 5,674 $ 6,491 $ 5,426,476 CANOPY OAKS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 37 1161 713 $ 4,045,562 Below $ 5,674 $ 6,491 $ 4,628,083 GOTHA MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 48 1681 1570 $ 8,905,040 Below $ 5,672 $ 6,491 $ 10,190,870 BUCK LAKE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 37 521 869 $ 4,928,968 Below $ 5,672 $ 6,491 $ 5,640,679 MARY GIELLA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 51 451 621 $ 3,521,070 Below $ 5,670 $ 6,491 $ 4,030,911 SOUTHSIDE FUNDAMENTAL MIDDLE SS NPW 52 4231 635 $ 3,599,815 Below $ 5,669 $ 6,491 $ 4,121,785 EDGEWATER PUBLIC SCHOOL SS NPW 64 3697 652 $ 3,694,884 Below $ 5,667 $ 6,491 $ 4,232,132 EMMA LOVE HARDEE ELEMENTARY SS NPW 45 81 380 $ 2,153,460 Below $ 5,667 $ 6,491 $ 2,466,580 LARGO HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 52 2081 2199 $ 12,455,136 Below $ 5,664 $ 6,491 $ 14,273,709 RIVERSPRINGS MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 65 12 548 $ 3,101,680 Below $ 5,660 $ 6,491 $ 3,557,068 MURDOCK MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 8 211 902 $ 5,104,418 Below $ 5,659 $ 6,491 $ 5,854,882 EDWARD H. WHITE HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 16 2481 2172 $ 12,289,176 Below $ 5,658 $ 6,491 $ 14,098,452 UNION PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 431 765 $ 4,328,370 Below $ 5,658 $ 6,491 $ 4,965,615 CALLAWAY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 3 101 602 $ 3,406,116 Below $ 5,658 $ 6,491 $ 3,907,582 PLUMB ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 52 3431 812 $ 4,594,296 Below $ 5,658 $ 6,491 $ 5,270,692 THOMAS E. WEIGHTMAN MIDDLE NS NPW 51 461 1085 $ 6,137,845 Below $ 5,657 $ 6,491 $ 7,042,735 KERNAN MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 16 2791 1218 $ 6,890,226 Below $ 5,657 $ 6,491 $ 7,906,038 LEGACY MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 48 242 1014 $ 5,736,198 Below $ 5,657 $ 6,491 $ 6,581,874 CASSELBERRY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 59 202 802 $ 4,536,914 Below $ 5,657 $ 6,491 $ 5,205,782 DARNELL COOKMAN MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 16 1451 1100 $ 6,217,200 Below $ 5,652 $ 6,491 $ 7,140,100 DINSMORE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS NPW 16 451 532 $ 3,006,864 Below $ 5,652 $ 6,491 $ 3,453,212 HAWKES BLUFF ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 3131 1004 $ 5,671,596 Below $ 5,649 $ 6,491 $ 6,516,964

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381 WEST PORT HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 42 701 1713 $ 9,675,714 Below $ 5,648 $ 6,491 $ 11,119,083 LAKE HOWELL HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 59 551 2244 $ 12,669,624 Below $ 5,646 $ 6,491 $ 14,565,804 OAKSTEAD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 51 82 702 $ 3,962,790 Below $ 5,645 $ 6,491 $ 4,556,682 CRYSTAL RIVER PRIMARY SCHOOL SS NPW 9 102 704 $ 3,972,672 Below $ 5,643 $ 6,491 $ 4,569,664 DAVIS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 29 56 911 $ 5,138,951 Below $ 5,641 $ 6,491 $ 5,913,301 ROY ALLEN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 5 3101 818 $ 4,614,338 Below $ 5,641 $ 6,491 $ 5,309,638 MACFARLANE PARK ELEMENTARY MAGNET SCHOOL SS NPW 29 60 395 $ 2,228,195 Below $ 5,641 $ 6,491 $ 2,563,945 SEABREEZE SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 64 5836 1925 $ 10,857,000 Below $ 5,640 $ 6,491 $ 12,495,175 MIDDLEBURG HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 10 391 1981 $ 11,170,859 Below $ 5,639 $ 6,491 $ 12,858,671 MONARCH HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 6 3541 2120 $ 11,952,560 Below $ 5,638 $ 6,491 $ 13,760,920 LAWTON CHILES HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 37 1141 1935 $ 10,903,725 Below $ 5,635 $ 6,491 $ 12,560,085 STUART MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 43 21 974 $ 5,488,490 Below $ 5,635 $ 6,491 $ 6,322,234 INDEPENDENCE MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 50 2621 1217 $ 6,856,578 Below $ 5,634 $ 6,491 $ 7,899,547 CORDOVA PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 17 231 645 $ 3,631,350 Below $ 5,630 $ 6,491 $ 4,186,695 TYNDALL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 3 501 768 $ 4,323,840 Below $ 5,630 $ 6,491 $ 4,985,088 MANISCALCO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 29 2771 748 $ 4,210,492 Below $ 5,629 $ 6,491 $ 4,855,268 RIVERGLADES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 2891 916 $ 5,154,332 Below $ 5,627 $ 6,491 $ 5,945,756 CORKSCREW MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 11 442 1454 $ 8,180,204 Below $ 5,626 $ 6,491 $ 9,437,914 BAY POINT MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 52 171 1209 $ 6,801,834 Below $ 5,626 $ 6,491 $ 7,847,619 ENDEAVOR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 214 846 $ 4,759,596 Below $ 5,626 $ 6,491 $ 5,491,386 CORAL SUNSET ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 50 1811 769 $ 4,325,625 Below $ 5,625 $ 6,491 $ 4,991,579 CONWAY MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 48 1391 1302 $ 7,321,146 Below $ 5,623 $ 6,491 $ 8,451,282

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382 SILVER LAKES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 3371 880 $ 4,947,360 Below $ 5,622 $ 6,491 $ 5,712,080 TARPON SPRINGS HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 52 4521 1932 $ 10,855,908 Below $ 5,619 $ 6,491 $ 12,540,612 SEBASTIAN RIVER MIDDLE SCHOOL NS NPW 31 171 1383 $ 7,771,077 Below $ 5,619 $ 6,491 $ 8,977,053 FORT WHITE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 12 121 686 $ 3,852,576 Below $ 5,616 $ 6,491 $ 4,452,826 WATERFORD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 1091 856 $ 4,800,448 Below $ 5,608 $ 6,491 $ 5,556,296 ROCK SPRINGS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 1011 802 $ 4,493,606 Below $ 5,603 $ 6,491 $ 5,205,782 SEVEN OAKS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 51 2091 1058 $ 5,927,974 Below $ 5,603 $ 6,491 $ 6,867,478 JUPITER HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 50 81 3031 $ 16,979,662 Below $ 5,602 $ 6,491 $ 19,674,221 EUSTIS HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 35 81 1330 $ 7,448,000 Below $ 5,600 $ 6,491 $ 8,633,030 TRAFALGAR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 36 762 894 $ 5,006,400 Below $ 5,600 $ 6,491 $ 5,802,954 CYPRESS BAY HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 6 3623 5324 $ 29,809,076 Below $ 5,599 $ 6,491 $ 34,558,084 OZONA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 52 3071 737 $ 4,125,726 Below $ 5,598 $ 6,491 $ 4,783,867 ATLANTIS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 5 201 778 $ 4,355,244 Below $ 5,598 $ 6,491 $ 5,049,998 EAGLES LANDING MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 50 2461 1235 $ 6,906,120 Below $ 5,592 $ 6,491 $ 8,016,385 LOUIS S. SHEFFIELD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 16 2421 718 $ 4,014,338 Below $ 5,591 $ 6,491 $ 4,660,538 VANGUARD HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 42 461 1710 $ 9,558,900 Below $ 5,590 $ 6,491 $ 11,099,610 APOLLO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 5 61 728 $ 4,067,336 Below $ 5,587 $ 6,491 $ 4,725,448 OCEAN BREEZE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 5 6071 535 $ 2,988,510 Below $ 5,586 $ 6,491 $ 3,472,685 DENHAM OAKS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 51 59 879 $ 4,909,215 Below $ 5,585 $ 6,491 $ 5,705,589 OCOEE MIDDLE SCHOOL NS NPW 48 342 1660 $ 9,269,440 Below $ 5,584 $ 6,491 $ 10,775,060 INVERNESS MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 9 42 1173 $ 6,547,686 Below $ 5,582 $ 6,491 $ 7,613,943 WESTPINE MIDDLE SCHOOL NS NPW 6 2052 1415 $ 7,897,115 Below $ 5,581 $ 6,491 $ 9,184,765 PACE HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 57 182 1916 $ 10,691,280 Below $ 5,580 $ 6,491 $ 12,436,756

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383 SOUTHWOOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS NPW 48 1341 849 $ 4,734,873 Below $ 5,577 $ 6,491 $ 5,510,859 LEILA DAVIS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 52 991 759 $ 4,229,907 Below $ 5,573 $ 6,491 $ 4,926,669 MARINER HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 36 721 2038 $ 11,355,736 Below $ 5,572 $ 6,491 $ 13,228,658 TARPON SPRINGS MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 52 4581 1284 $ 7,153,164 Below $ 5,571 $ 6,491 $ 8,334,444 BRADEN RIVER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 41 651 628 $ 3,498,588 Below $ 5,571 $ 6,491 $ 4,076,348 GATEWAY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 36 811 882 $ 4,912,740 Below $ 5,570 $ 6,491 $ 5,725,062 ERNEST WARD MIDDLE SCHOOL NS NPW 17 541 451 $ 2,511,619 Below $ 5,569 $ 6,491 $ 2,927,441 FLORESTA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 56 241 748 $ 4,165,612 Below $ 5,569 $ 6,491 $ 4,855,268 ELIZABETH COBB MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 37 32 891 $ 4,961,088 Below $ 5,568 $ 6,491 $ 5,783,481 SILVER RIDGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 3081 1043 $ 5,807,424 Below $ 5,568 $ 6,491 $ 6,770,113 COLUMBIA HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 12 11 1967 $ 10,949,056 Below $ 5,566 $ 6,491 $ 12,767,797 TREASURE COAST HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 56 411 1739 $ 9,672,198 Below $ 5,562 $ 6,491 $ 11,287,849 SAFETY HARBOR MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 52 3741 1344 $ 7,473,984 Below $ 5,561 $ 6,491 $ 8,723,904 NORTH FORT MYERS HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 36 311 2127 $ 11,823,993 Below $ 5,559 $ 6,491 $ 13,806,357 LONE STAR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 16 2331 792 $ 4,401,936 Below $ 5,558 $ 6,491 $ 5,140,872 ARVIDA MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 13 6021 1583 $ 8,796,731 Below $ 5,557 $ 6,491 $ 10,275,253 TERRY PARKER HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 16 861 1899 $ 10,535,652 Below $ 5,548 $ 6,491 $ 12,326,409 DUNEDIN HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 52 1081 1975 $ 10,957,300 Below $ 5,548 $ 6,491 $ 12,819,725 CORAL SPRINGS MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 6 2561 1347 $ 7,473,156 Below $ 5,548 $ 6,491 $ 8,743,377 DON BREWER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 16 2171 566 $ 3,139,602 Below $ 5,547 $ 6,491 $ 3,673,906 KINGSWOOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 29 2261 562 $ 3,116,290 Below $ 5,545 $ 6,491 $ 3,647,942 SILVER PALMS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 3491 1011 $ 5,604,984 Below $ 5,544 $ 6,491 $ 6,562,401

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384 WOLF LAKE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 1751 857 $ 4,749,494 Below $ 5,542 $ 6,491 $ 5,562,787 LAKE PLACID ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 28 211 777 $ 4,306,134 Below $ 5,542 $ 6,491 $ 5,043,507 CLAYWELL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 29 861 851 $ 4,713,689 Below $ 5,539 $ 6,491 $ 5,523,841 LAKESIDE JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 10 351 963 $ 5,333,094 Below $ 5,538 $ 6,491 $ 6,250,833 ROCK CRUSHER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 9 191 732 $ 4,053,816 Below $ 5,538 $ 6,491 $ 4,751,412 ALIMACANI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 16 2571 1105 $ 6,116,175 Below $ 5,535 $ 6,491 $ 7,172,555 OVIEDO HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 59 421 2761 $ 15,279,374 Below $ 5,534 $ 6,491 $ 17,921,651 SUNCOAST ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 27 321 971 $ 5,371,572 Below $ 5,532 $ 6,491 $ 6,302,761 NATURE COAST TECHNICAL HIGH NS NPW 27 351 1416 $ 7,831,896 Below $ 5,531 $ 6,491 $ 9,191,256 TUSKAWILLA MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 59 541 1159 $ 6,405,793 Below $ 5,527 $ 6,491 $ 7,523,069 MIDDLEBURG ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 10 271 738 $ 4,077,450 Below $ 5,525 $ 6,491 $ 4,790,358 WINTER SPRINGS HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 59 911 2483 $ 13,716,092 Below $ 5,524 $ 6,491 $ 16,117,153 TREASURE COAST ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS NPW 31 341 673 $ 3,710,922 Below $ 5,514 $ 6,491 $ 4,368,443 LAKE LUCINA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS NPW 16 851 510 $ 2,812,140 Below $ 5,514 $ 6,491 $ 3,310,410 COLEMAN MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 29 921 889 $ 4,900,168 Below $ 5,512 $ 6,491 $ 5,770,499 YATES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 29 4961 760 $ 4,189,120 Below $ 5,512 $ 6,491 $ 4,933,160 SILVER TRAIL MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 6 3331 1772 $ 9,765,492 Below $ 5,511 $ 6,491 $ 11,502,052 OAK GROVE MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 52 2861 1015 $ 5,589,605 Below $ 5,507 $ 6,491 $ 6,588,365 DELTONA HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 64 6761 2890 $ 15,909,450 Below $ 5,505 $ 6,491 $ 18,758,990 W T MOORE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 37 421 680 $ 3,742,720 Below $ 5,504 $ 6,491 $ 4,413,880 OCOEE HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 48 252 3181 $ 17,489,138 Below $ 5,498 $ 6,491 $ 20,647,871 HAMMETT BOWEN JR. ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 42 711 768 $ 4,219,392 Below $ 5,494 $ 6,491 $ 4,985,088

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385 CORAL GLADES HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 6 3861 2468 $ 13,556,724 Below $ 5,493 $ 6,491 $ 16,019,788 MANDARIN HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 16 2601 2891 $ 15,868,699 Below $ 5,489 $ 6,491 $ 18,765,481 EVERGLADES HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 6 3731 3672 $ 20,151,936 Below $ 5,488 $ 6,491 $ 23,834,952 SEMINOLE RIDGE COMMUNITY HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 50 3861 2394 $ 13,138,272 Below $ 5,488 $ 6,491 $ 15,539,454 PIONEER MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 6 2571 1675 $ 9,192,400 Below $ 5,488 $ 6,491 $ 10,872,425 CITRUS PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 29 801 842 $ 4,620,896 Below $ 5,488 $ 6,491 $ 5,465,422 FRANK W. SPRINGSTEAD HIGH SCHOOL NS PW 27 181 2016 $ 11,063,668 Below $ 5,488 $ 6,491 $ 13,085,856 OAKHURST ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 52 2921 718 $ 3,938,948 Below $ 5,486 $ 6,491 $ 4,660,538 AUDUBON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 5 4051 631 $ 3,461,666 Below $ 5,486 $ 6,491 $ 4,095,821 LOCKMAR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 5 2111 742 $ 4,061,708 Below $ 5,474 $ 6,491 $ 4,816,322 PALM BEACH CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 50 2631 2595 $ 14,202,435 Below $ 5,473 $ 6,491 $ 16,844,145 INDIAN RIDGE MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 6 3471 2126 $ 11,635,598 Below $ 5,473 $ 6,491 $ 13,799,866 JIM C. BAILEY MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 17 1221 1539 $ 8,413,713 Below $ 5,467 $ 6,491 $ 9,989,649 ROCK LAKE MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 59 621 1126 $ 6,154,716 Below $ 5,466 $ 6,491 $ 7,308,866 HECTOR CAFFERATA JR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 36 712 762 $ 4,161,282 Below $ 5,461 $ 6,491 $ 4,946,142 GROVELAND ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 35 382 953 $ 5,202,427 Below $ 5,459 $ 6,491 $ 6,185,923 APOPKA HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 48 1521 3534 $ 19,285,038 Below $ 5,457 $ 6,491 $ 22,939,194 ROBERT M. PATERSON ELEMENTARY SS NPW 10 471 1065 $ 5,811,705 Below $ 5,457 $ 6,491 $ 6,912,915 OCEANWAY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS NPW 16 2701 641 $ 3,494,732 Below $ 5,452 $ 6,491 $ 4,160,731 DEER PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 51 421 641 $ 3,494,732 Below $ 5,452 $ 6,491 $ 4,160,731 CHAPEL TRAIL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 2961 1148 $ 6,258,896 Below $ 5,452 $ 6,491 $ 7,451,668 GREEN COVE SPRINGS JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 10 21 869 $ 4,735,181 Below $ 5,449 $ 6,491 $ 5,640,679

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386 CLAY SPRINGS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 991 822 $ 4,479,078 Below $ 5,449 $ 6,491 $ 5,335,602 SPRUCE CREEK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 64 4531 774 $ 4,214,430 Below $ 5,445 $ 6,491 $ 5,024,034 NEPTUNE MIDDLE SCHOOL NS NPW 49 311 1516 $ 8,251,588 Below $ 5,443 $ 6,491 $ 9,840,356 HOBE SOUND ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 43 111 592 $ 3,221,072 Below $ 5,441 $ 6,491 $ 3,842,672 TINKER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 29 4381 554 $ 3,013,760 Below $ 5,440 $ 6,491 $ 3,596,014 FALCON COVE MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 6 3622 2256 $ 12,270,384 Below $ 5,439 $ 6,491 $ 14,643,696 GILCHRIST ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 37 381 917 $ 4,986,646 Below $ 5,438 $ 6,491 $ 5,952,247 BENTLEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 59 801 976 $ 5,303,584 Below $ 5,434 $ 6,491 $ 6,335,216 COACHMAN FUNDAMENTAL MIDDLE SS NPW 52 731 549 $ 2,982,717 Below $ 5,433 $ 6,491 $ 3,563,559 HOLLEY NAVARRE MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 57 272 732 $ 3,974,028 Below $ 5,429 $ 6,491 $ 4,751,412 HERNANDO HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 27 51 1453 $ 7,879,619 Below $ 5,423 $ 6,491 $ 9,431,423 GULF BREEZE HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 57 103 1552 $ 8,410,288 Below $ 5,419 $ 6,491 $ 10,074,032 HILLIARD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 45 241 732 $ 3,965,244 Below $ 5,417 $ 6,491 $ 4,751,412 PORT CHARLOTTE MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 8 131 1043 $ 5,648,888 Below $ 5,416 $ 6,491 $ 6,770,113 HOBBS MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 57 231 718 $ 3,887,970 Below $ 5,415 $ 6,491 $ 4,660,538 GREENWOOD LAKES MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 59 671 1178 $ 6,375,336 Below $ 5,412 $ 6,491 $ 7,646,398 CHIEFLAND ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 38 241 829 $ 4,485,719 Below $ 5,411 $ 6,491 $ 5,381,039 PARK SPRINGS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 3171 960 $ 5,194,560 Below $ 5,411 $ 6,491 $ 6,231,360 BELLE TERRE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 18 301 1383 $ 7,482,030 Below $ 5,410 $ 6,491 $ 8,977,053 ORMOND BEACH MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 64 4235 972 $ 5,252,688 Below $ 5,404 $ 6,491 $ 6,309,252 LAKE GEORGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 301 598 $ 3,231,592 Below $ 5,404 $ 6,491 $ 3,881,618 WEST CREEK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 232 808 $ 4,366,432 Below $ 5,404 $ 6,491 $ 5,244,728

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387 DELAND HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 64 1453 3336 $ 18,024,408 Below $ 5,403 $ 6,491 $ 21,653,976 FOREST HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 42 351 2181 $ 11,781,762 Below $ 5,402 $ 6,491 $ 14,156,871 SAND PINE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 51 2061 1034 $ 5,584,634 Below $ 5,401 $ 6,491 $ 6,711,694 BAKER COUNTY SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 2 12 1334 $ 7,200,932 Below $ 5,398 $ 6,491 $ 8,658,994 CITRUS SPRINGS MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 9 211 817 $ 4,410,166 Below $ 5,398 $ 6,491 $ 5,303,147 EASTBROOK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 59 531 815 $ 4,399,370 Below $ 5,398 $ 6,491 $ 5,290,165 SAMUEL W. WOLFSON HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 16 2241 1879 $ 10,139,084 Below $ 5,396 $ 6,491 $ 12,196,589 TRINITY OAKS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 51 85 553 $ 2,982,329 Below $ 5,393 $ 6,491 $ 3,589,523 DR MICHAEL M. KROP SENIOR HIGH NS NPW 13 7141 3720 $ 20,050,800 Below $ 5,390 $ 6,491 $ 24,146,520 WAKULLA HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 65 71 1328 $ 7,149,952 Below $ 5,384 $ 6,491 $ 8,620,048 SCHWARZKOPF ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 29 3861 758 $ 4,080,314 Below $ 5,383 $ 6,491 $ 4,920,178 WINDY HILL MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 35 481 1437 $ 7,733,934 Below $ 5,382 $ 6,491 $ 9,327,567 J.R. ARNOLD HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 3 551 1463 $ 7,872,403 Below $ 5,381 $ 6,491 $ 9,496,333 BENITO MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 29 201 1190 $ 6,402,200 Below $ 5,380 $ 6,491 $ 7,724,290 BLOOMINGDALE HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 29 4141 2231 $ 12,000,549 Below $ 5,379 $ 6,491 $ 14,481,421 RAMBLEWOOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 2721 973 $ 5,233,767 Below $ 5,379 $ 6,491 $ 6,315,743 EAST RIDGE HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 35 801 2886 $ 15,512,250 Below $ 5,375 $ 6,491 $ 18,733,026 CRESTWOOD COMMUNITY MIDDLE SS NPW 50 1691 1251 $ 6,724,125 Below $ 5,375 $ 6,491 $ 8,120,241 BAUDER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 52 151 791 $ 4,250,043 Below $ 5,373 $ 6,491 $ 5,134,381 INDIALANTIC ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 5 6081 779 $ 4,184,788 Below $ 5,372 $ 6,491 $ 5,056,489 A. CRAWFORD MOSLEY HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 3 491 2090 $ 11,225,390 Below $ 5,371 $ 6,491 $ 13,566,190 OCEAN PALMS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 55 391 789 $ 4,236,930 Below $ 5,370 $ 6,491 $ 5,121,399 QUIET WATERS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 3121 1242 $ 6,665,814 Below $ 5,367 $ 6,491 $ 8,061,822

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388 CLARCONA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 941 964 $ 5,171,860 Below $ 5,365 $ 6,491 $ 6,257,324 PINES MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 6 1881 1342 $ 7,197,146 Below $ 5,363 $ 6,491 $ 8,710,922 SUMMERS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 12 141 877 $ 4,702,474 Below $ 5,362 $ 6,491 $ 5,692,607 JENSEN BEACH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 43 211 617 $ 3,306,503 Below $ 5,359 $ 6,491 $ 4,004,947 EAGLE POINT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 3461 1268 $ 6,793,944 Below $ 5,358 $ 6,491 $ 8,230,588 BARTRAM TRAIL HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 55 411 2615 $ 14,000,710 Below $ 5,354 $ 6,491 $ 16,973,965 L. A. AINGER MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 8 181 1030 $ 5,512,560 Below $ 5,352 $ 6,491 $ 6,685,730 CHARLOTTE HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 8 31 2057 $ 10,992,608 Below $ 5,344 $ 6,491 $ 13,351,987 DOLPHIN BAY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 3751 589 $ 3,147,616 Below $ 5,344 $ 6,491 $ 3,823,199 LAFAYETTE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 34 22 554 $ 2,960,022 Below $ 5,343 $ 6,491 $ 3,596,014 MEDART ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 65 11 660 $ 3,526,380 Below $ 5,343 $ 6,491 $ 4,284,060 SWIFT CREEK MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 37 1151 974 $ 5,200,186 Below $ 5,339 $ 6,491 $ 6,322,234 MANDARIN MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 16 2591 1589 $ 8,482,082 Below $ 5,338 $ 6,491 $ 10,314,199 SEA WIND ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 43 25 644 $ 3,436,384 Below $ 5,336 $ 6,491 $ 4,180,204 CARLOS E. HAILE MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 41 711 975 $ 5,201,625 Below $ 5,335 $ 6,491 $ 6,328,725 ELBRIDGE GALE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 50 3361 833 $ 4,444,055 Below $ 5,335 $ 6,491 $ 5,407,003 THOMAS L SIMS MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 57 332 894 $ 4,768,596 Below $ 5,334 $ 6,491 $ 5,802,954 GARDEN GROVE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 53 1711 729 $ 3,888,486 Below $ 5,334 $ 6,491 $ 4,731,939 CANNELLA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 29 691 908 $ 4,842,364 Below $ 5,333 $ 6,491 $ 5,893,828 IDA S. BAKER HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 36 861 1979 $ 10,552,028 Below $ 5,332 $ 6,491 $ 12,845,689 CHAIN OF LAKES MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 48 1291 1279 $ 6,817,070 Below $ 5,330 $ 6,491 $ 8,301,989 TEQUESTA TRACE MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 6 3151 1639 $ 8,734,231 Below $ 5,329 $ 6,491 $ 10,638,749

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389 SUGAR MILL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 64 4621 766 $ 4,082,014 Below $ 5,329 $ 6,491 $ 4,972,106 ST. CLOUD MIDDLE SCHOOL NS NPW 49 272 1311 $ 6,982,386 Below $ 5,326 $ 6,491 $ 8,509,701 HERNANDO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 9 171 739 $ 3,932,219 Below $ 5,321 $ 6,491 $ 4,796,849 HOLLEY NAVARRE INTERMEDIATE SS NPW 57 271 684 $ 3,636,828 Below $ 5,317 $ 6,491 $ 4,439,844 PORT CHARLOTTE HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 8 151 2183 $ 11,604,828 Below $ 5,316 $ 6,491 $ 14,169,853 COCONUT PALM ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 3741 1072 $ 5,697,680 Below $ 5,315 $ 6,491 $ 6,958,352 LAYER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 59 121 637 $ 3,385,655 Below $ 5,315 $ 6,491 $ 4,134,767 BRYCEVILLE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 45 181 282 $ 1,497,420 Below $ 5,310 $ 6,491 $ 1,830,462 KEETH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 59 661 775 $ 4,110,600 Below $ 5,304 $ 6,491 $ 5,030,525 CARILLON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 59 441 802 $ 4,253,808 Below $ 5,304 $ 6,491 $ 5,205,782 LAKEVILLE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 141 926 $ 4,908,726 Below $ 5,301 $ 6,491 $ 6,010,666 MARIANNA HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 32 21 909 $ 4,817,700 Below $ 5,300 $ 6,491 $ 5,900,319 MADEIRA BEACH MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 52 2261 1116 $ 5,913,684 Below $ 5,299 $ 6,491 $ 7,243,956 HILL MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 29 1871 1110 $ 5,880,780 Below $ 5,298 $ 6,491 $ 7,205,010 PALM HARBOR MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 52 3191 1399 $ 7,406,306 Below $ 5,294 $ 6,491 $ 9,080,909 TIMBER CREEK HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 48 1631 4018 $ 21,267,274 Below $ 5,293 $ 6,491 $ 26,080,838 LAWTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 59 131 882 $ 4,666,662 Below $ 5,291 $ 6,491 $ 5,725,062 WEST BOCA RATON HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 50 3251 2249 $ 11,894,961 Below $ 5,289 $ 6,491 $ 14,598,259 LIMONA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 29 2431 596 $ 3,152,244 Below $ 5,289 $ 6,491 $ 3,868,636 BEULAH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 17 941 712 $ 3,762,920 Below $ 5,285 $ 6,491 $ 4,621,592 CLAY HILL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 10 411 496 $ 2,621,360 Below $ 5,285 $ 6,491 $ 3,219,536

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390 WALDEN LAKE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 29 4591 858 $ 4,534,530 Below $ 5,285 $ 6,491 $ 5,569,278 PALM CITY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 43 61 900 $ 4,756,500 Below $ 5,285 $ 6,491 $ 5,841,900 PARK TRAILS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 3781 1328 $ 7,013,168 Below $ 5,281 $ 6,491 $ 8,620,048 WOODLANDS MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 50 1921 1568 $ 8,275,904 Below $ 5,278 $ 6,491 $ 10,177,888 MERRITT BROWN MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 3 71 829 $ 4,373,804 Below $ 5,276 $ 6,491 $ 5,381,039 BRANFORD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 61 89 642 $ 3,385,266 Below $ 5,273 $ 6,491 $ 4,167,222 MOON LAKE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 51 941 639 $ 3,369,447 Below $ 5,273 $ 6,491 $ 4,147,749 LAKE BUTLER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 63 31 955 $ 5,032,850 Below $ 5,270 $ 6,491 $ 6,198,905 PALMETTO MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 13 6701 1689 $ 8,899,341 Below $ 5,269 $ 6,491 $ 10,963,299 TIMBERLIN CREEK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 55 451 1220 $ 6,428,180 Below $ 5,269 $ 6,491 $ 7,919,020 SEA CASTLE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS NPW 6 2871 1046 $ 5,508,236 Below $ 5,266 $ 6,491 $ 6,789,586 SOUTH LAKE HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 35 701 1964 $ 10,340,460 Below $ 5,265 $ 6,491 $ 12,748,324 MARGATE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS NPW 6 1161 1027 $ 5,404,074 Below $ 5,262 $ 6,491 $ 6,666,257 PARKER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 3 211 701 $ 3,687,961 Below $ 5,261 $ 6,491 $ 4,550,191 OSTEEN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 64 2021 756 $ 3,975,048 Below $ 5,258 $ 6,491 $ 4,907,196 WATSON B. DUNCAN MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 50 1971 1178 $ 6,191,568 Below $ 5,256 $ 6,491 $ 7,646,398 HIDDEN OAKS MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 43 321 1075 $ 5,650,200 Below $ 5,256 $ 6,491 $ 6,977,825 CRYSTAL RIVER MIDDLE SCHOOL NS NPW 9 83 976 $ 5,123,024 Below $ 5,249 $ 6,491 $ 6,335,216 WINSTON PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 3091 1186 $ 6,222,942 Below $ 5,247 $ 6,491 $ 7,698,326 HILAND PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 3 151 889 $ 4,664,583 Below $ 5,247 $ 6,491 $ 5,770,499 CREEKSIDE MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 64 7791 1208 $ 6,337,168 Below $ 5,246 $ 6,491 $ 7,841,128

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391 LORETTO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 16 301 1223 $ 6,414,635 Below $ 5,245 $ 6,491 $ 7,938,493 MELBOURNE SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 5 2011 2342 $ 12,281,448 Below $ 5,244 $ 6,491 $ 15,201,922 EAST LAKE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 259 888 $ 4,656,672 Below $ 5,244 $ 6,491 $ 5,764,008 KNIGHTS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 29 2291 796 $ 4,170,244 Below $ 5,239 $ 6,491 $ 5,166,836 PALM COVE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS NPW 6 3311 1031 $ 5,397,285 Below $ 5,235 $ 6,491 $ 6,692,221 APOLLO BEACH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 29 141 605 $ 3,167,175 Below $ 5,235 $ 6,491 $ 3,927,055 SEFFNER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 29 3881 696 $ 3,643,560 Below $ 5,235 $ 6,491 $ 4,517,736 HAMMOCKS MIDDLE SCHOOL NS NPW 13 6221 2193 $ 11,469,390 Below $ 5,230 $ 6,491 $ 14,234,763 QUAIL HOLLOW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 51 361 850 $ 4,445,500 Below $ 5,230 $ 6,491 $ 5,517,350 THOMAS JEFFERSON ELEMENTARY SS NPW 16 481 585 $ 3,057,795 Below $ 5,227 $ 6,491 $ 3,797,235 PINE VIEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 51 902 721 $ 3,767,946 Below $ 5,226 $ 6,491 $ 4,680,011 CITRUS SPRINGS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 9 181 958 $ 5,003,634 Below $ 5,223 $ 6,491 $ 6,218,378 FLEMING ISLAND HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 10 551 2257 $ 11,781,540 Below $ 5,220 $ 6,491 $ 14,650,187 POLO PARK MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 50 2611 1595 $ 8,325,900 Below $ 5,220 $ 6,491 $ 10,353,145 WEKIVA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 59 651 869 $ 4,535,311 Below $ 5,219 $ 6,491 $ 5,640,679 LAKE WHITNEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 1571 999 $ 5,212,782 Below $ 5,218 $ 6,491 $ 6,484,509 BONIFAY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 30 121 690 $ 3,598,350 Below $ 5,215 $ 6,491 $ 4,478,790 ALICE B. LANDRUM MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 55 311 1066 $ 5,554,926 Below $ 5,211 $ 6,491 $ 6,919,406 MARIANNA MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 32 61 652 $ 3,396,920 Below $ 5,210 $ 6,491 $ 4,232,132 SUNSET LAKES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 3661 1051 $ 5,473,608 Below $ 5,208 $ 6,491 $ 6,822,041 COTTONDALE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 32 271 465 $ 2,421,255 Below $ 5,207 $ 6,491 $ 3,018,315

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392 KINNAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 41 741 759 $ 3,950,595 Below $ 5,205 $ 6,491 $ 4,926,669 FORT CLARKE MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 1 481 866 $ 4,503,200 Below $ 5,200 $ 6,491 $ 5,621,206 CALLAHAN MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 45 131 796 $ 4,136,016 Below $ 5,196 $ 6,491 $ 5,166,836 BAKER COUNTY MIDDLE SCHOOL NS NPW 2 32 1117 $ 5,802,815 Below $ 5,195 $ 6,491 $ 7,250,447 S. S. DIXON INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL SS NPW 57 331 798 $ 4,144,812 Below $ 5,194 $ 6,491 $ 5,179,818 BAY CREST ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 29 191 842 $ 4,369,138 Below $ 5,189 $ 6,491 $ 5,465,422 DAVID C HINSON SR MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 64 7831 1037 $ 5,378,919 Below $ 5,187 $ 6,491 $ 6,731,167 LOST LAKE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 35 281 1463 $ 7,588,581 Below $ 5,187 $ 6,491 $ 9,496,333 J. M. TATE SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 17 521 2117 $ 10,976,645 Below $ 5,185 $ 6,491 $ 13,741,447 CORK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 29 1001 896 $ 4,643,968 Below $ 5,183 $ 6,491 $ 5,815,936 SILVER SANDS MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 64 3431 1246 $ 6,455,526 Below $ 5,181 $ 6,491 $ 8,087,786 PARTIN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 59 701 793 $ 4,102,189 Below $ 5,173 $ 6,491 $ 5,147,363 PLANT HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 29 3411 2002 $ 10,348,338 Below $ 5,169 $ 6,491 $ 12,994,982 OMNI MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 50 1991 1266 $ 6,543,954 Below $ 5,169 $ 6,491 $ 8,217,606 SABAL POINT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 59 581 816 $ 4,217,088 Below $ 5,168 $ 6,491 $ 5,296,656 DURANT HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 29 1291 2793 $ 14,425,845 Below $ 5,165 $ 6,491 $ 18,129,363 CORAL COVE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 2011 866 $ 4,471,158 Below $ 5,163 $ 6,491 $ 5,621,206 LAKEVIEW MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 48 352 1781 $ 9,181,055 Below $ 5,155 $ 6,491 $ 11,560,471 PATRONIS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 3 521 916 $ 4,721,980 Below $ 5,155 $ 6,491 $ 5,945,756 NORTH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 47 161 704 $ 3,624,896 Below $ 5,149 $ 6,491 $ 4,569,664 BEAR LAKE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 59 31 1076 $ 5,540,324 Below $ 5,149 $ 6,491 $ 6,984,316 SYMMES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 29 4212 590 $ 3,037,320 Below $ 5,148 $ 6,491 $ 3,829,690

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393 GATOR RUN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 3642 1274 $ 6,557,278 Below $ 5,147 $ 6,491 $ 8,269,534 SUN 'N LAKE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NS NPW 28 291 885 $ 4,553,325 Below $ 5,145 $ 6,491 $ 5,744,535 EAGLE RIDGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 3441 941 $ 4,839,563 Below $ 5,143 $ 6,491 $ 6,108,031 LOWRY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 29 2551 912 $ 4,689,504 Below $ 5,142 $ 6,491 $ 5,919,792 OLYMPIA HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 48 1632 3177 $ 16,332,957 Below $ 5,141 $ 6,491 $ 20,621,907 ORANGE CITY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 64 4131 656 $ 3,372,496 Below $ 5,141 $ 6,491 $ 4,258,096 CENTENNIAL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 51 401 713 $ 3,665,533 Below $ 5,141 $ 6,491 $ 4,628,083 STENSTROM ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 59 681 718 $ 3,691,238 Below $ 5,141 $ 6,491 $ 4,660,538 TOMMY SMITH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 3 511 881 $ 4,526,578 Below $ 5,138 $ 6,491 $ 5,718,571 FOX TRAIL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 3531 1217 $ 6,251,729 Below $ 5,137 $ 6,491 $ 7,899,547 WHITEHOUSE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 16 511 792 $ 4,066,920 Below $ 5,135 $ 6,491 $ 5,140,872 DEBARY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 64 7761 800 $ 4,103,200 Below $ 5,129 $ 6,491 $ 5,192,800 SAN MATEO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 16 2181 631 $ 3,234,506 Below $ 5,126 $ 6,491 $ 4,095,821 SAND LAKE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 1731 494 $ 2,527,304 Below $ 5,116 $ 6,491 $ 3,206,554 LAKE ASBURY JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 10 481 1107 $ 5,661,198 Below $ 5,114 $ 6,491 $ 7,185,537 SUNRISE PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 50 2691 1071 $ 5,477,094 Below $ 5,114 $ 6,491 $ 6,951,861 KANAPAHA MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 1 502 917 $ 4,686,787 Below $ 5,111 $ 6,491 $ 5,952,247 PINE TRAIL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 64 821 835 $ 4,266,850 Below $ 5,110 $ 6,491 $ 5,419,985 WOODLANDS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 59 591 815 $ 4,164,650 Below $ 5,110 $ 6,491 $ 5,290,165 OCEANWAY SCHOOL NS NPW 16 621 1166 $ 5,952,430 Below $ 5,105 $ 6,491 $ 7,568,506

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394 BUCKHORN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 29 571 731 $ 3,731,755 Below $ 5,105 $ 6,491 $ 4,744,921 LEWIS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 29 2451 780 $ 3,981,120 Below $ 5,104 $ 6,491 $ 5,062,980 SICKLES HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 29 4151 2673 $ 13,616,262 Below $ 5,094 $ 6,491 $ 17,350,443 MANATEE COVE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 64 7881 765 $ 3,896,145 Below $ 5,093 $ 6,491 $ 4,965,615 CARROLLWOOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 29 701 725 $ 3,690,250 Below $ 5,090 $ 6,491 $ 4,705,975 MANATEE ELEMENTARY SS NPW 5 1161 829 $ 4,218,781 Below $ 5,089 $ 6,491 $ 5,381,039 BESSEY CREEK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 43 331 803 $ 4,084,861 Below $ 5,087 $ 6,491 $ 5,212,273 BLUE ANGELS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 17 1241 835 $ 4,246,810 Below $ 5,086 $ 6,491 $ 5,419,985 WESTERN PINES COMMUNITY MIDDLE SS NPW 50 2451 1305 $ 6,635,925 Below $ 5,085 $ 6,491 $ 8,470,755 CLEARWATER HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 52 711 2100 $ 10,676,400 Below $ 5,084 $ 6,491 $ 13,631,100 LYNN HAVEN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 3 171 867 $ 4,406,094 Below $ 5,082 $ 6,491 $ 5,627,697 CHILES MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 59 721 1440 $ 7,316,640 Below $ 5,081 $ 6,491 $ 9,347,040 MANATEE BAY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 3841 1368 $ 6,950,808 Below $ 5,081 $ 6,491 $ 8,879,688 NEWSOME HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 29 3171 2082 $ 10,576,560 Below $ 5,080 $ 6,491 $ 13,514,262 OSCEOLA CREEK MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 50 2821 853 $ 4,332,387 Below $ 5,079 $ 6,491 $ 5,536,823 GORRIE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 29 1681 569 $ 2,887,106 Below $ 5,074 $ 6,491 $ 3,693,379 EAST LAKE HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 52 6181 2311 $ 11,723,703 Below $ 5,073 $ 6,491 $ 15,000,701 BRADEN RIVER MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 41 652 947 $ 4,796,555 Below $ 5,065 $ 6,491 $ 6,146,977 EVANS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 59 111 852 $ 4,311,972 Below $ 5,061 $ 6,491 $ 5,530,332 ESSRIG ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 29 1431 843 $ 4,260,522 Below $ 5,054 $ 6,491 $ 5,471,913 MARTINEZ MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 29 2851 1143 $ 5,766,435 Below $ 5,045 $ 6,491 $ 7,419,213 JACKSON HEIGHTS MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 59 291 1294 $ 6,525,642 Below $ 5,043 $ 6,491 $ 8,399,354 RYMFIRE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 18 51 1133 $ 5,712,586 Below $ 5,042 $ 6,491 $ 7,354,303

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395 MABRY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 29 2601 724 $ 3,646,064 Below $ 5,036 $ 6,491 $ 4,699,484 NAVARRE HIGH SCHOOL SS NPW 57 351 1824 $ 9,172,896 Below $ 5,029 $ 6,491 $ 11,839,584 RIVER RIDGE MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 51 472 1485 $ 7,468,065 Below $ 5,029 $ 6,491 $ 9,639,135 KIRBY SMITH MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 16 251 978 $ 4,916,406 Below $ 5,027 $ 6,491 $ 6,348,198 STONE LAKES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 1771 1042 $ 5,235,008 Below $ 5,024 $ 6,491 $ 6,763,622 CLARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 29 851 635 $ 3,190,240 Below $ 5,024 $ 6,491 $ 4,121,785 YULEE MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 45 221 741 $ 3,719,079 Below $ 5,019 $ 6,491 $ 4,809,831 CHILES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 29 772 776 $ 3,892,416 Below $ 5,016 $ 6,491 $ 5,037,016 CHALLENGER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 6 3771 1221 $ 6,120,873 Below $ 5,013 $ 6,491 $ 7,925,511 RIVER RIDGE HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 51 471 2016 $ 10,104,192 Below $ 5,012 $ 6,491 $ 13,085,856 TURNER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 29 69 626 $ 3,137,512 Below $ 5,012 $ 6,491 $ 4,063,366 PUNTA GORDA MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 8 121 1046 $ 5,238,368 Below $ 5,008 $ 6,491 $ 6,789,586 TARA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 41 681 823 $ 4,121,584 Below $ 5,008 $ 6,491 $ 5,342,093 DELTONA MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 64 1702 1451 $ 7,260,804 Below $ 5,004 $ 6,491 $ 9,418,441 WILLIAM H. BASHAW ELEMENTARY SS NPW 41 641 687 $ 3,436,374 Below $ 5,002 $ 6,491 $ 4,459,317 TOMOKA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 64 734 865 $ 4,326,730 Below $ 5,002 $ 6,491 $ 5,614,715 RIDEOUT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 10 541 1053 $ 5,266,053 Below $ 5,001 $ 6,491 $ 6,835,023 WHISPERING OAK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 48 322 1384 $ 6,921,384 Below $ 5,001 $ 6,491 $ 8,983,544 WEST NAVARRE INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL SS NPW 57 342 821 $ 4,103,358 Below $ 4,998 $ 6,491 $ 5,329,111 HELLEN CARO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 17 21 858 $ 4,283,994 Below $ 4,993 $ 6,491 $ 5,569,278 HIDDEN OAK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 1 482 756 $ 3,774,708 Below $ 4,993 $ 6,491 $ 4,907,196 COUNTRYSIDE HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 52 751 2444 $ 12,198,004 Below $ 4,991 $ 6,491 $ 15,864,004

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396 LAKE MYRTLE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 51 961 816 $ 4,071,840 Below $ 4,990 $ 6,491 $ 5,296,656 LYONS CREEK MIDDLE SCHOOL NS NPW 6 3101 1993 $ 9,923,147 Below $ 4,979 $ 6,491 $ 12,936,563 YULEE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SS NPW 45 102 738 $ 3,673,764 Below $ 4,978 $ 6,491 $ 4,790,358 HARMONY HIGH SCHOOL NS NPW 49 922 1741 $ 8,661,475 Below $ 4,975 $ 6,491 $ 11,300,831 SWITZERLAND POINT MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 55 321 1259 $ 6,219,460 Below $ 4,940 $ 6,491 $ 8,172,169 NEW SMYRNA BEACH MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 64 3931 1476 $ 7,284,060 Below $ 4,935 $ 6,491 $ 9,580,716 RODGERS MIDDLE SCHOOL NS NPW 29 3771 1147 $ 5,645,534 Below $ 4,922 $ 6,491 $ 7,445,177 WOODLAWN BEACH MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 57 361 891 $ 4,385,502 Below $ 4,922 $ 6,491 $ 5,783,481 BROWN BARGE MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 17 671 534 $ 2,616,066 Below $ 4,899 $ 6,491 $ 3,466,194 FRUIT COVE MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 55 491 1192 $ 5,837,224 Below $ 4,897 $ 6,491 $ 7,737,272 DEERLAKE MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 37 531 1343 $ 6,555,183 Below $ 4,881 $ 6,491 $ 8,717,413 MOWAT MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 3 331 971 $ 4,735,567 Below $ 4,877 $ 6,491 $ 6,302,761 MANN MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 29 2801 883 $ 4,301,976 Below $ 4,872 $ 6,491 $ 5,731,553 PINE VIEW MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 51 921 1853 $ 9,025,963 Below $ 4,871 $ 6,491 $ 12,027,823 DR JOHN LONG MIDDLE SCHOOL SS NPW 51 86 1248 $ 6,067,776 Below $ 4,862 $ 6,491 $ 8,100,768 $ 5,319,728,366 $ 6,491 $ 6,031,307,380 Sum Below Median Sum for McLoone the Median After McLoone Index Before 0.88

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407 BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH Trent Kubo Daniel was born in 1966 in Honolulu, Hawaii. She graduated from Lake Braddock Secondary School located in Fairfax County, Virginia in 1984. In 1989, she earned her B achelor of Science in bioch emistry with a double major in psychology from Virginia Tech located in Blacksburg, Virginia. Trent continue d her graduate work at Virginia Tech funded by a scholarship to obtain her M aster of Arts in curriculum and i nstruction with an emphasis in science education. In 2002, she ear ned her s pecialist in e ducation from the University of Florida located in Gainesville, Florida. During her studies at the University of Florida, she was awarded an International Phi Delta Kappan Fellowship to pursue her doctorate and was named a Phi Delta Kappan Emerging Leader. Trent graduated from University of Florida in 2010 with her Doctor of Philosophy in educational leadership from the University of Florida. Trent is a high school chemistry teacher and the science department chair for Hagerty High School located in Oviedo, Florida. She has been teaching for twenty y ears in the public school system and has opened two new high schools during her career with Seminole County Public Schools. She holds an active Professional Educators Teaching Certifica te in the state of Florida and has been Nationally Board Certified in Adolescent and Young Adulthood Science since 1999. Trent was Seminole Countys Teacher of the Year in 2000 and a finalist for Floridas Teacher of the Year. During her career she has earned over twenty five teaching awards to include: Floridas Science Teacher of the Year NEAs Teacher of the Year for Florida and finalist for the National Teacher of the Year, and National Milken Educator. She has also written over thirty grants tota ling over $300,000 for Seminole County Public Schools. Trent has been married to Jim Daniel for sixteen years, and they have two children: Madison, age 15 and Britton, age 9. They reside in Oviedo, Florida.