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21.7% 4.0% 5.0%

23.7% 5.0% 13.0%

7.7% 2.0% 8.0%

2.3% 1.0% -

44.6% 88.0% 74.0%

12.4% 3.0% 5.0%

24.8% 8.0% 5.0%

5.7% 1.0% -

1.6% 1.0% -

55.6% 86.5% 85.0%

Students Certificated Classified Lakes H.S. Students Certificated

Classified Student data from School Demographic Information Profiles 1999-2000 Staff data provided by district

Exhibit 3.5.2 indicates the following:

  • The percentages of White certificated staff are greater than the percentages of White students at all six secondary schools. The percentages of White classified staff exceed the percentages of White students at all but Woodbrook Middle School.

  • All minority groups are under-represented in the certificated staff at five of the six secondary schools.

  • There are greater numbers of minority classified staff than certificated staff at the secondary

schools, but some groups are under-represented.

The ethnic composition of the certificated and classified staff does not reflect the ethnic composition of the student body. The following are sample comments made during interviews regarding this issue:

“In this community the student population is very diverse. The teaching population reflect that. As a result, there is a lot of room for misperceptions about behaviors.”

does

not

“They need more Black teachers. My child doesn’t have a good (adult) role model at school.” “While the district tries to respond to diversity, I need to work more on teaching to diversity.” “We need to address how we deal with diversity and take care of all kids.”

2000

536

421

309

241

1999

550

403

334

230

1998

524

410

299

249

Lakes High School 2000 1999 1998 A-1 High School 2000 1999 1998 P223 data

548 507 422

414 372 400

285 326 317

234 230 273

58 56 37

52 46 64

38 33 63

14 12 43

Student Drop-outs

Clover Park School District Audit Report Page 68

A majority of the Clover Park School District’s ninth grade students do not stay in school long enough to graduate. Exhibit 3.5.3 illustrates the decline in student enrollment from grade 9 through grade 12.

Grade 12

Year Clover Park High School Grade 9 Exhibit 3.5.3 October 1 High School Enrollment (FTE) by Grade Level Clover Park School District 1998-2000 Grade 10 Grade 11

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