Presentation on theme: "Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools 2011-2012 State Discipline Data Board of Education February 12, 2013 Charlie McCurry, Jr."— Presentation transcript:
Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools State Discipline Data Board of Education February 12, 2013 Charlie McCurry, Jr.
Report to the Joint Legislative Education Oversight Committee Available at: h/discipline/reports/consolidated/ /consolidated-report.pdf h/discipline/reports/consolidated/ /consolidated-report.pdf Includes: Annual Report of School Crime & Violence Annual Report of Suspensions & Expulsions Annual Report of Dropout Rates
Reportable Act Rate (per 1000 students), Among High School Students LEA School Year School Year Change WS/FCS Durham Wake Charlotte-Mecklenburg Guilford Cumberland
Reportable Act Rate Among High School Students
Top Reportable Offenses Statewide Offense Percentage Possession of a Controlled Substance in Violation of Law 4,9344, % Possession of Weapon (excluding firearm & explosive) 3,9543, % Assault on School Personnel 1,1561,2124.8% Sexual Assault (excluding rape & sexual offense) 1, %
Top Reportable Offenses Statewide
Possession of Controlled Substance LEA Total TotalChange % WSFCS % Durham % Wake % Charlotte- Mecklenburg % Guilford % Cumberland %
Possession of Controlled Substance
Possession of a Weapon (excluding firearm or powerful explosive) LEA Total TotalChange % WSFCS % Durham % Wake % Charlotte- Mecklenburg % Guilford % Cumberland %
Possession of a Weapon
Assault on School Personnel LEA Total TotalChange % WSFCS % Durham111318% Wake % Charlotte- Mecklenburg % Guilford % Cumberland %
Assault on School Personnel
Sexual Assault (excluding rape & sexual offense) LEA Total TotalChange % WSFCS60-100% Durham105-50% Wake71157% Charlotte- Mecklenburg % Guilford1312-7% Cumberland %
NC Alternative Placements Alternative schools and programs reported 14,090 student placements in , only three fewer than in ,874 individual students were placed in alternative programs over the course of the school year. Males were placed in alternative programs at higher rates than females, African-Americans at higher rates than other ethnic groups, and ninth graders at higher rates than other grade levels.
Questions? Report Available at: /consolidated-report.pdf /consolidated-report.pdf