Presentation on theme: "Presented by: Veronica V. Sopher, Executive Director of School/Community Relations Leander ISD Innovation, Continuous Improvement, Perseverance."— Presentation transcript:
Presented by: Veronica V. Sopher, Executive Director of School/Community Relations Leander ISD Innovation, Continuous Improvement, Perseverance
Municipalities in Leander ISD Municipalities in Leander ISD
Number of Schools and Students 2013 - 2014 5 High Schools & 2 Alternative Schools 8 Middle Schools 23 Elementary Schools 9,900 8,500 16,900 Total District:35,300 = 1,000 students +
White 63.29% Hispanic 23.82% Asian 5.12% African American 3.87% Multi-racial 3.43% Native American/Alaskan 0.30% Hawaiian/Pacific Islander 0.18% Eco. Disadvantaged 21.83% Languages Spoken in LISD65 Data from the PEIMS Fall 12/13 preliminary submission.
Historical Enrollment Enrollment through 10-11 from AEIS Reports (PEIMS snapshot date), 11-12and 12-13 based on unaudited PEIMS snapshot enrollment (last Fri. in Oct.) (not adjusted for pre-k )
Projected Enrollment Note: Projections based on “Low Growth” from October 2012 Demographic Study Update by Population and Survey Analysts 2012-13 Enrollment based on PEIMS Snapshot Date of Oct. 26, 2012 Projected Enrollment Increase of 12.33% Over 5 Years Projected Enrollment Increase of 27.78% Over 10 Years
Total Teachers 2012-2013 2,234 Over 20 Years Experience341 15.2% 11-20 Years Experience666 29.8% 6-10 Years Experience605 27.1% 1-5 Years Experience536 24.0% Beginning Teachers863.9% Data from the PEIMS Fall 12/13 preliminary submission. *Numbers rounded
Auxiliary/Support Staff948 Educational Aides333 Central Administration 40 Campus Administration 104 Professional Support536 Teachers 2,234 Total District Staff 2010-2011 4,159 Total District Staff 2011-2012 4,041 Total District Staff 2012-2013 4,196 Data from the PEIMS Fall 12/13 preliminary submission and PEIMS Fall 11/12 submission. Numbers are rounded.
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