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2020-2021 Facts & Figures

  • Number of Schools - 26
    (14 Elementary, 6 Middle, 3 Traditional High, 2 Early Colleges and 1 Alternative School)

  • 2020-2021 Enrollment - 10,508
    Number of Students in grades K-5 - 4,469
    Number of Students in grades 6-8 - 2,563
    Number of Students in grades 9-13 - 3,476

  • 2020-2021 Ethnic Distribution
    Black 44.4%
    White 29%
    Hispanic 21.5%
    Other 5.1 %
 
  • 2019-2020 Average Daily Attendance - 95%

  • 2020-2021 Employment
    Total Staff - 1,726
    Certified Staff - 870
    Classified Staff (includes Teacher Assistants) - 411
    Teacher Assistants - 130
    Active Substitute Teachers - 200
    Temporary Part-Time (bus drivers, afterschool staff) - 115

 

  • Number of High School Graduates in June 2020 - 777
    -The seniors were offered 410 scholarships totalling more than $13.9 million
    -Out of the $13.9 million offered in scholarships, the seniors accepted $6.1 million
    (many seniors are offered scholarships to multiple colleges)
    -The Class of 2020 was the first to be honored with awards based on the Latin
    designations of Summa Cum Laude (overall weighted GPA of 4.25 or higher),
    Magna Cum Laude (overall weighted GPA of 4.0-4.2499) or Cum Laude (overall
    weighted GPA of 3.75-3.99). The number of awards earned were 54 Summa Cum
    Laude, 38 Magna Cum Laude and 48 Cum Laude.
    -The seniors at the traditional high schools earned a total of 1,056 college course
    credits through a partnership with Wilson Community College. Seniors at the early
    colleges earn enough college credits to graduate with associate degrees.
    -The Class of 2020 earned a total of 656 endorsements.
    -303 seniors plan to attend community college
    -275 seniors plan to attend a college or university
    -45 seniors plan to enlist in US military service
    -132 seniors plan to directly enter the workforce
    -5 seniors plan to attend a trade, business or nursing school
    -4 seniors plan to attend private junior college
    -13 seniors undecided
 
  • 2020-2021 Students Classified as Exceptional - 1,080

  • 2019-2020 Students served in School-Aged Child Care - 569
    (After school) - 400
    (Before school) - 147
    (Daycare) - 22

  • 2019-2020 Number of Buses Operated - 103
    Number of Students Transported Daily - 5,136
    Number of Miles Per Year (estimated) - 1,532,327

  • 2019-2020 School Nutrition Information
    -Average of Daily Breakfast Meals - 3,758
    -Average of Daily Lunch Meals - 6,398
    -Average of After-School Snacks (month) - 5,388
    -Percent of Students Eligible for Free Meals (does not include CEP schools) - 43%
    -Percent of Students Eligible for Reduced Meals (does not include CEP schools) - 5%  
     
  • 2019-2020 Total Operating Budget - $134,586,735
    State 59%
    Current Expense 17%
    Federal 14%
    Capital Outlay 2%
    Child Nutrition 4%
    Trust (NC Network) .1%
    Before/After School Care 1%
    Local Special Revenue  2.9%
    Per Pupil Expenditure preliminary $9,516