Enrollment

Enrollment

Carter Lake

69%

369

1:5

Lakeview

88%

378

1:4

Clarkmoor

46%

327

1:8

Oakbrook

28%

338

1:18

Hillside

68%

508

1:6

Oakwood

83%

341

1:4

Idlewild

24%

283

1:4

Park Lodge

39%

401

0

Lake Louise

40%

294

1:5

Tillicum

84%

423

1:15

Computers Per # of Students

1:48

1:176 1:16 1:149

1:24 1:198

Beachwood

27%

446

1:149

Heartwood

33%

351

Custer

56%

302

1:43

Lake City

90%

287

Evergreen

64%

737

1:302

Southgate

79%

447

% Free & Reduced Lunch

Clover Park H.S.

44%

1459

1:6

Lochburn M.S.

72%

797

Lakes H.S.

25%

1445

1:7

Woodbrook M.S.

61%

787

Hudtloff M.S.

37%

678

1:10

Exhibit 3.5.10 Technology Implementation by School Clover Park School District 2000-2001

287

## Secondary Schools Wired With One Multimedia Computer Per Classroom Plus School Labs

## Secondary School Not Wired and No Multimedia Computers in Classrooms

M a n n M . S .

34%

553

1:138

D i s t r i c t D a t a – J a n u a r y 4 , 2 0 0 1 I n v e n t o r y

% Free &

Computers

Reduced

Per # of

Lunch

Students

75%

Elementary Greenwood Dower Elementary

School

School

## Elementary

## Schools Wired With Pods of 4 Computers Per Classroom

Schools Not Wired and No Pods in Classrooms

Schools Wired With No Pods in the Classrooms

73% 53%

414 267

1:414 1:27

Tyee Park

# Exhibit 3.5.10 shows that:

The number of students per computer at the elementary level ranges from one computer for four students at Lakeview, Oakwood, and Idlewild to no computers available at Park Lodge.

The number of students per computer at elementary schools with less than 50 percent of its students eligible for free or reduced price lunch ranges from 1:4 to no computers.

The number of students per computer at elementary schools with 50 percent or more of the students on free or reduced lunch ranges from 1:4 to 1:414 with an average ratio of 1:86.

The number of students per computer at the middle school level ranges from one computer for 10 students at Hudtloff to one computer for 198 students at Woodbrook.

The number of students per computer at the two middle schools with less than 50 percent percentof the students on free or reduced lunch ranges from 1:10 to 1:38 with an average ratio of 1:24.

The number of students at the middle schools with 50 percent or more students on free or reduced lunch ranges from 1:24 to 1:198 with an average ratio of 1:111.

The high schools have similar ratios with 1:6 at Clover Park and 1:7 at Lakes.

A director of technology was recently hired and a district plan for the implementation of technology has been written. District technology proficiencies for students were not in place at the time of the audit, but standards are in the process of being developed.

Comments were made during the interviews about perceived inequities in the implementation of technology. Sample comments included the following:

Clover Park School District Audit Report Page 74