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(l. \ North Carolina State Library 

' North Carolina °" 
Public Schools "^ « 

Statistical 
Profile 

1984 



Digitized by the Internet Archive 

in 2011 with funding from 
State Library of North Carolina 



http://www.archive.org/details/statisticalprofi1984nort 



North Carolina 
Public Schools 

Statistical 
Profile 



KJ 



North Carolina State Board of Education 

Controller's Office 

Division of Planning and Research 

1984 



Introduction 



The Statistical Profile, North Carolina Public Schools is a 
general summary of quantitative data descriptive of North Carolina's 
educational system. This is the tenth edition of the publication 
initiated in 1975. 

The major purpose of this publication is to provide general 
statistical information to the public, professional educators, and 
the General Assembly. This profile provides information on pupils, 
public school finances, instructional and non-instructional personnel, 
and other public school data in statewide summary and by local 
education agency. 

This publication would not be possible without the full support 
and dedicated efforts of public school administrators, principals, 
and teachers. Their efforts in making this information available 
is gratefully acknowledged. 



Contents 



INTRODUCTION -^^^ 

PART I: STATE SUMMARY 



PUPIL INFORMATION 



T-1 



Pupil Accounting j_j^ 

Enrollment j_]^ 

Average Daily Membership X-1 

Average Daily Attendance X-2 

Membership Last Day, Promotions, and Non-Promotions . . 1-2 

Non-Promotion Rate by Grade j_9 

Projected Final Average Daily Membership 1-10 

Exceptional Pupils Report X-10 

Pupil Membership by Race/Ethnic Origin I-IO 

High School Graduates 1-20 

1983 High School Graduate Intentions 1-20 

Estimated Annual High School Dropout Rates 1-23 

Projections of High School Graduates 1-27 

NORTH CAROLINA PUBLIC SCHOOL PERSONNEL 1-31 

North Carolina Public School Personnel Summary T-31 

Experience Status of Instructional Personnel 1-31 

Highest Degree Held by Professional Personnel 1-31 

Teacher Profile 1-39 

Selected Characteristics of Public School Staff 1-40 

FINANCIAL INFORMATION I_44 

Analysis of Current Expense X-44 

Local Revenue and Expenditure for Public Education .... 1-65 

Transportation 1-69 

COURSE MEMBERSHIP SUMMARY X-73 

PART II. LOCAL EDUCATION AGENCIES 

DEFINITIONS OF TERMINOLOGY USED IN STATISTICAL TABLES 

PRESENTED BY LOCAL EDUCATION AGENCIES II- 1 

Alamance IT-4 

Burlington TI-6 

Alexander II-8 

Alleghany 11-10 

Anson 11-12 

Ashe ..'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 11-14 

Avery XI-16 



Beaufort 11-18 

Washington City TI-20 

Bertie IT-22 

Bladen TI-24 

Brunswick 1 I-?6 

Buncombe 11-28 

Asheville IT-30 

Burke 11-3:: 

Cabarrus 1 1-3*^ 

Concord 11-36 

Kannapolis TT-38 

Caldwell 11-40 

Camden 11-42 

Carteret Tl-44 

Caswell 11-46 

Catawba 11-48 

Hickory 11-50 

Newton 11-52 

Chatham 11-54 

Cherokee 11-56 

Chowan 11-58 

Clay 11-60 

Cleveland 11-62 

Kings Mountain 11-64 

Shelby 11-66 

Columbus 11-68 

\>fhiteville 11-70 

Craven 11-72 

Cumberland 11-74 

Fayetteville lT-76 

Currituck 11-78 

Dare 11-80 

Davidson 11-82 

Lexington 11-84 

Thomasville 11-86 

Davie 11-88 

Duplin 11-90 

Durham 11-92 

Durham City 11-94 

Edgecombe 11-96 

Tarboro 11-98 

Forsyth 11-100 

Franklin 11-102 

Franklinton 11-104 

Gaston .... 11-106 

Gates 11-108 

Graham 11-110 



Granville 11-112 

Greene II-llA 

Guilford 11-116 

Greensboro 11-118 

High Point II-I20 

Halifax 11-122 

Roanoke Rapids 11-124 

Weldon 11-126 

Harnett 11-128 

Haywood 11-130 

Henderson 11-132 

Hendersonville 11-134 

Hertford 11-136 

Hoke H-138 

Hyde 11-140 

Iredell 11-142 

Mooresville 11-144 

Statesville 11-146 

Jackson 11-148 

Johnston 11-150 

Jones 11-152 

Lee 11-154 

Lenoir 11-156 

Kinston 11-158 

Lincoln 11-160 

Macon 11-162 

Madison 11-164 

Martin 11-166 

McDowell 11-168 

Mecklenburg 11-170 

Mitchell 11-172 

Montgomery 11-174 

Moore 11-176 

Nash 11-178 

Rocky Mount 11-180 

New Hanover 11-182 

Northampton 11-184 

Onslow 11-186 

Orange IT-188 

Chapel Hill 11-190 

Pamlico 11-192 

Pasquotank 11-194 

Pender 11-196 

Perquimans 11-198 

Person 11-200 

Pitt 11-202 

Greenville 11-204 

Polk 11-206 



'^'i^yo" TT-208 

Randolph XI-'' 10 

Asheboro IT-71'^ 

Richmond 11-21 A 

Robeson 11-216 

Fairmont 11-218 

Lumberton 11-220 

Red Springs 11-22'' 

Saint Pauls 11-224 

Rockingham TI-226 

Eden 11-228 

Madison-Mayodan 11-230 

Reidsville 11-232 

Rowan 11-234 

Salisbury 11-236 

Rutherford 11-238 

Sampson 11-240 

Clinton 11-242 

Scotland 11-244 

Stanly 11-246 

Albemarle 11-248 

Stokes II-75C 

Surry 11-252 

Elkin 11-254 

Mount Airy 11-256 

Swain 11-258 

Transylvania 11-260 

Tyrrell 11-262 

Union 11-264 

Monroe 11-266 

Vance 11-268 

Wake lT-270 

Warren 11-272 

Washington 11-274 

Watauga 11-276 

Wayne 11-278 

Goldsboro 11-280 

Wilkes TT-282 

Wilson 11-284 

Yadkin 11-286 

Yancey 11-288 

Northeast Regional Education Center 11-290 

Southeast Regional Education Center 11-292 

Central Regional Education Center 11-294 

South Central Regional Education Center 11-296 

North Central Regional Education Center 11-298 

Southwest Regional Education Center 11-300 

Northwest Regional Education Center 11-302 

Western Regional Education Center 11-304 



List of Tables 



Table 1 Final Enrollment by Grade 1-3 

Table 2 Final Average Daily Membership by Grade 1-4 

Table 3 Final Average Daily Attendance by Grade 1-5 

Table 4 Membership Last Day by Grade 1-6 

Table 5 Promotions by Grade 1-7 

Table 6 Non-Promotions by Grade 1-8 

Table 7 Non-Promotion Rate by Grade 1-9 

Table 8 Projected Final Average Daily Membership I-ll 

Table 9 Pupils in Membership Being Served by Exceptional 

Children Programs 1-14 

Table 10 Pupils in Membership by Race and Sex, 1983-84 1-17 

Table 11 Pupil Membership by Race/Ethnic Origin 1-20 

Table 12 1983 High School Graduates Intentions 1-21 

Table 13 Intentions of High School Graduates - A Five Year 

History 1-22 

Table 14 Estimated Annual High School Dropout Rate 1-24 

Table 15 Projection of Public High School Graduates 1-28 

Table 16 Public School Full-Time Personnel, 1983-84 1-32 

Table 17 Experience Status of Instructional Personnel, 1983-84 . 1-33 

Table 18 Highest Degree Held by Professional Personnel, 

1983-84 1-36 

Table 19 Teacher Profile by Subject Area, 1983-84 . . 1-39 

Table 20 Selected Characteristics of Public School Staff, 

1983-84 T-41 

Table 21 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds, 

1982-83 1-46 



Table 22 Distribution of the Dollar for Public Education, 

1982-83 T-47 

Table 23 Comparison of Per Pupil Expenditures T-48 

Table 2A Per Pupil Expenditure Rankings, 1982-83 T-49 

Table 25 Per Pupil Expenditure Rankings, 1982-83 

(Excluding School Food Service Expenditures) 1-52 

Table 26 1982-83 Revenue T-55 

Table 27 Current Expense Expenditures by Purnosc- Codes, 

1982-83 " 1-56 

Table 28 Capital Outlay Expenditures by Source of Funds, 

1982-83 ..." 1-64 

Table 29 Local Revenue and Expenditure for Public Education, 

1981-82 1-66 

Table 30 1981 Per Capita Personal Income by Counties 1-68 

Table 31 Student Transportation on Public School Buses, 

1982-83 1-70 

Table 32 Course Membership Summary, 1983-84 T-73 



Part I. State Summary 



XI 



PUPIL INFORMATION 



Pupil information collected by the Department of Public Education ranges 
from the basic monthly pupil accounting data to the biennial reports that 
monitor federal legislation. Pupil data forms the core of the data bank used 
in decision-making, planning, allocation of funds, and evaluation. Following 
are descriptions and tables of selected information on pupils. 



Pupil Accounting 

Pupil accounting data are some of the most useful and valuable information 
available to educators and administrators on the local and state level and to 
the public in general. The basic pupil accounting form used in North Carolina 
is the Principal's Monthly Report; there are nine reporting periods of twenty 
school days each. From this report enrollment (ENROLL), average daily 
membership (ADM), and average daily attendance (ADA) are calculated monthly. 
On the ninth month report membership-last-day (MLD) , promotions (PROM) , and 
non-promotions (N-P) are derived. Tables 1-6 give a history of these pupil 
accounting data by grade; the pupil accounting terms are defined below: 

Enrollment : Enrollment represents a pupil's first admission in a 
public school in the state this school year. Included in enrollment 
are those students transferring to the North Carolina public school 
system from another state as well as non-public school students 
entering the public schools. Enrollment never decreases throughout 
the academic year because it is not reduced as a result of transfers 
within the state, withdrawals, student deaths, or midyear grad- 
uations. Once a pupil is initially counted in enrollment in a 
school, he remains in enrollment throughout the school year; 
therefore, by year's end enrollments show a higher count than the 
actual number of students who remain in membership. 

Average Daily Membership : In any school term, the total number of 
school days that a student's name is on the current roll of a class, 
regardless of his being present or absent, is the "number of days in 
membership" for that student. The sum of the number of days in 
membership for all students divided by the number of school days in 
the term yields ADM. The final average daily membership is the 
aggregate of the total days in membership of all students for the 
nine school months divided by the number of days school was in 
session during the academic year. 



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Average Daily Attendance : The number of clays a student is present 
and under the guidance and direction of one or more teachers while 
school is in session during a period is the "number of days of 
attendance" for that student. The total number of days of attendance 
for all students divided by the total number of school davs In a 
given period gives the average daily attendance (ADA) . 

Membership Last Day, Promotions, and Non-Promotions : Membership Last 
Day refers to the number of students remaining in membership as of the 
last day of school for the academic year. Students who are in member- 
ship on the last day are either advanced to the next grade (promoted) 
for the coming school year or retained in the same grade (non-promotions) 
for the succeeding school year. 

The student population of a state or a local school system is primarily 
determined by the number of residential live births, the amount of in- and 
out-migration, non-promotion patterns, and the number of school dropouts. Even 
though North Carolina experienced a net in-migration in the seventies, due to 
the decreased residential live births, the school population has been declining 
steadily since 1968-69. The rate of decline in school population, however, 
will slow down in the early eighties because of the stabilization in birth 
counts of the last few years. If the slight increases in live births of 
1978 through 1980, is any indication of a new trend, the decrease in student 
population might bottom out in the mid-eighties. 



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Statewide non-promotion rates over a five-year period are presented in 
Table 7 below. The non-promotion rates for local education agencies can be 
calculated by dividing the non-promotion (N-P) by the membership last day 
(MLD) ; these figures are printed for each LEA in Section II of this 
publication. Please note if you compute the rate for LEA's, the figures will 
include extended day memberships for grade 9-12 although the statewide rates 
given below do not. 

The beginning grades of elementary, junior high, and high schools show 
clear evidence of being the most troublesome to pupils. Overall, the highest 
non-promotion rates occur at the first, ninth, and tenth grades. 

Since promotion policies vary among local education agencies, care should 
be exercised in making comparisons of non-promotion rates, particularly at the 
secondary level. Many secondary schools require the completion of a fixed 
number of Carnegie units or of a required curriculum to advance to the next 
grade level. In many cases, non-promotion of a grade in high school may 
indicate the failure of a single course rather than the entire or overall 
course load for that grade level. 



Table 7 

NON-PROMOTION RATE BY GRADE* 



Year 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


Total 


1978-79 


4.1 


10.2 


6.6 


5.3 


4.2 


4.0 


3.8 


7.5 


7.6 


13.2 


14.6 


8.8 


3.9 


7.3 


1979-80 


4.5 


9.8 


6.0 


4.5 


3.2 


2.8 


3.4 


6.8 


7.1 


14.0 


13.8 


8.4 


4.0 


6.9 


1980-81 


4.7 


9.5 


5.7 


4.2 


2.8 


2.3 


2.4 


6.1 


6.1 


12.6 


13.5 


8.0 


3.8 


6.3 


1981-82 


4.5 


9.4 


5.1 


3.5 


2.6 


2.1 


2.3 


6.0 


5.8 


12.3 


12.8 


7.8 


3.6 


6.0 


1982-83 


4.9 


9.2 


5.0 


3.6 


2.6 


2.1 


2.6 


6.4 


5.6 


12.1 


12.0 


7.3 


3.8 


6.0 


Average 


4.5 


9.6 


5.7 


4.2 


3.1 


2.7 


2.9 


6.6 


6.4 


12.8 


13.3 


8.1 


3.8 


6.5 



* Extended day student memberships are not included in the non-promotion rates. 
Exceptional pupil memberships are included only in the total non-promotion rate. 



1-9 



Projected Final Average Daily Membership 



The method used in the projection of school final average dally membership 
is known as the Cohort Survival or grade persistence method. With this method, 
residential births and grade membership are used to calculate the grade 
survival ratios. In an effort to obtain stable ratios, a period of five years 
of historical data is used. The projected information has proven valuable to 
all phases of school planning both at the state and local levels. The 
projected final ADM (total only) for each LEA is given in Table 8. 





K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


EXCP 


TMH 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TOTAL 


1983-84 


76,235 


64,116 


76,244 


77.878 


79,823 


82,256 


86,485 


95,306 


92,468 


8,247 


4.467 


92.712 


85,234 


73.931 


68,644 


1.084.046 


1984-85 


77.285 


81,868 


81,287 


75,508 


77,556 


79,866 


82,713 


89,704 


93,930 


8,247 


4,467 


96,075 


86,908 


73,218 


68.829 


1.077,461 


1985-86 


78,207 


82,973 


79,130 


80,512 


75,206 


77,605 


80,317 


85,789 


88,398 


8,247 


4,467 


97,560 


90.151 


74,695 


68.197 


1,071,454 


1986-87 


77.564 


84,006 


80,211 


78,376 


80,177 


75,251 


78,056 


83,295 


84,529 


8,247 


4,467 


91,843 


91,519 


77,438 


69,562 


1.064.541 


1987-88 


78,978 


83.311 


81,201 


79,452 


78,070 


80,228 


75,672 


80.989 


82,092 


8,247 


4.467 


87,850 


86,101 


78,627 


72,135 


1.057.420 



Exceptional Pupils 

Information on the numbers of exceptional students identified and served 

by primary handicapping classification as of December 1 is a part of the Equal 

Education Opportunities Plan submitted to the Division for Exceptional Children 

each year. The figures in Table 9 represent an unduplicated count of students 

(ages 0-21) who have an Individual Education Plan (lEP) required for counting 
and who are eligible for federal (Title VI-B) and state funds. 



Pupil Membership by Race/Ethnic Origin 

Information on pupils in membership by their race/ethnic origin is 
collected by the Department of Public Education for the Office for Civil Rights 
of the United States Department of Education biennially. During non-survey 
years, the same data is collected by the Department of Public Education. 
Maintaining this information annually is required to ensure compliance with 
Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and Title IV of the Education 
Amendments of 1972. School membership is reported by race/ethnic origin as of 
the end of the first school month. These figures should not be confused with 
average daily membership. 

Table 10 is a summary of the pupils in membership for 1983-84 by race and 
sex for each LEA and state totals. 



I-IO 



Table 8 

PROJECTED FINAL AVERAGE DAILY MEMBERSHIP 



LEA NAME 


1984-85 


1985-86 


1986-87 


1987-88 


1988-89 


ALAMANCE COUNTY 


10464 


10159 


9918 


9632 


9327 


BURLINGTON CITY 


7049 


6916 


6740 


6588 


6418 


ALEXANDER COUNTY 


4960 


4929 


4879 


4817 


4743 


ALLEGHANY COUNTY 


1708 


1681 


1664 


1636 


1598 


ANSON COUNTY 


5129 


5077 


5060 


5052 


5028 


ASHE COUNTY 


4008 


4003 


4012 


4002 


4003 


AVERY COUNTY 


2893 


2829 


2775 


2 749 


2729 


BEAUFORT COUNTY 


4501 


4503 


4514 


4461 


4446 


WASHINGTON CITY 


3862 


3857 


3816 


3739 


3632 


BERTIE COUNTY 


4281 


4264 


4230 


4278 


4257 


BLADEN COUNTY 


6126 


6073 


5995 


5927 


58i5 


BRUNSWICK COUNTY 


8180 


8211 


819 


8226 


8194 


BUNCOMBE COUNTY 


21808 


21611 


21363 


21111 


20841 


ASHEVILLE CITY 


4925 


4882 


4837 


4783 


4770 


BURKE COUNTY 


12646 


12489 


1232 8 


12096 


11934 


CABARRUS COUNTY 


12452 


12409 


12279 


12272 


12193 


KANNAPOLIS CITY 


4 746 


4683 


4576 


4552 


4520 


CALDWELL COUNTY 


12669 


12343 


11973 


11603 


11284 


CAMDEN COUNTY 


1177 


1136 


1121 


1101 


1065 


CARTERET COUNTY 


7251 


7327 


7373 


7461 


7521 


CASWELL COUNTY 


3936 


3866 


3814 


3761 


3707 


CATAWBA COUNTY 


12765 


12698 


12565 


12470 


12338 


HICKORY CITY 


4393 


4308 


4200 


4107 


4022 


NEWTON CITY 


2949 


2928 


2889 


2872 


2853 


CHATHAM COUNTY 


5794 


5773 


5747 


5746 


5740 


CHEROKEE COUNTY 


3747 


3728 


3672 


3616 


3544 


CHOWAN COUNTY 


2483 


2482 


249 8 


2 496 


2511 


CLAY COUNTY 


1235 


1270 


1267 


1268 


1275 


CLEVELAND COUNTY 


8613 


8438 


8299 


8125 


7987 


KINGS MTN CITY 


4208 


4172 


4135 


4088 


4077 


SHELBY CITY 


3664 


3563 


3475 


3392 


3317 


COLUMBUS COUNTY 


8 029 


7954 


7878 


7814 


7821 


WHITEVILLE C ITY 


2750 


2733 


2713 


2689 


2689 


CRAVEN COUNTY 


13284 


13551 


13712 


13861 


13944 


CUMBERLAND COUNT 


34944 


35147 


35401 


35580 


35613 


FAYETTEVILLE CIT 


8095 


7958 


7845 


7706 


7574 


CURRITUCK COUNTY 


2 344 


2381 


2413 


2482 


2530 


CARE COUNTY 


2232 


2286 


2399 


2467 


2 524 


DAVIDSON COUNTY 


16C02 


15862 


15693 


15481 


15264 


LEXINGTON CITY 


3396 


3345 


3268 


3218 


3173 


THOMASVILLE CITY 


2631 


2604 


2581 


2565 


2541 


DAVIE COUNTY 


4767 


4723 


4664 


4549 


4438 


DUPLIN COUNTY 


8173 


8116 


8015 


7988 


7875 


DURHAM COUNTY 


16286 


16309 


16258 


16154 


15969 


DURHAM CITY 


8699 


8731 


8749 


8773 


8756 


EDGECOMBE COUNTY 


5534 


5498 


5446 


5407 


5368 


TARBORO CITY 


3136 


3109 


3069 


3060 


3053 


FORSYTH COUNTY 


38571 


38236 


37935 


37613 


37224 


FRANKLIN COUNTY 


4372 


4359 


4320 


4333 


4313 



I-ll 



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PROJECTED FINAL AVERAGE DAILY MEMBERSHIP 



LEA NA^^E 


1984-85 


1985-86 


1986-87 


1987-88 


1988-89 


FRANKLINTON CITY 


1321 


1307 


1291 


1276 


1267 


GASTON COUNTY 


31815 


31349 


30865 


30 384 


29905 


GATES COUNTY 


1609 


1626 


1589 


1603 


1591 


GRAHAM COUNTY 


1487 


1463 


1440 


1443 


1425 


GRANVILLE COUNTY 


6481 


6404 


6355 


6258 


6134 


GREENE COUNTY 


2985 


2997 


299 9 


3030 


3065 


GUILFORD COUNTY 


23 596 


23349 


23160 


22882 


22478 


GREENSBORO CITY 


21569 


21273 


20921 


20596 


20167 


HIGH POINT CITY 


8530 


8386 


8195 


8 066 


7970 


HALIFAX COUNTY 


6735 


6601 


6573 


6533 


6492 


ROANOKE RAPIDS C 


2530 


2479 


2455 


2409 


2374 


WELDON CITY 


1372 


1348 


1327 


1308 


1300 


HARNETT COUNTY 


11471 


11500 


11492 


11502 


11503 


HAYWOOD COUNTY 


8089 


7881 


7674 


7473 


7308 


HENDERSON COUNTY 


8614 


8727 


8802 


8831 


8894 


HENDERSONVILLE C 


1566 


1552 


1555 


1558 


1547 


HERTFORD COUNTY 


4286 


4217 


4189 


4155 


4146 


HOKE COUNTY 


4822 


481C 


4800 


4790 


4741 


HYDE COUNTY 


1001 


989 


98 9 


978 


958 


IREDELL COUNTY 


9813 


9823 


9741 


9682 


9545 


MOORESVILLE CITY 


2339 


2333 


2311 


2301 


2289 


STATESVILLE CITY 


3507 


3443 


3397 


3338 


3298 . 


JACKSON COUNTY 


3 854 


3863 


3891 


3 870 


3850 


JOHNSTCN COUNTY 


14205 


14053 


13913 


13799 


13632 


JCNES COUNTY 


1739 


1725 


1694 


1668 


1631 


LEE COUNTY 


7302 


7335 


7401 


7434 


7454 


LENOIR COUNTY 


6329 


6302 


6251 


6122 


6067 


KINSTON CITY 


4898 


4883 


4894 


4873 


4878 


LINCOLN COUNTY 


8512 


8383 


8305 


8209 


8097 


MACON COUNTY 


3 572 


3583 


3607 


3648 


3638 


MADISON COUNTY 


2846 


2821 


2769 


2753 


2744 


MARTIN COUNTY 


5513 


5409 


5334 


5282 


5202 


MCDOWELL COUNTY 


7031 


6898 


6791 


6736 


6602 


MECKLENBURG COUN 


71524 


71599 


71900 


71821 


71355 


MITCHELL COUNTY 


2437 


2393 


2374 


2352 


2345 


MCNTGOWERY COUNT 


4272 


4293 


4269 


4253 


4236 


MOORE COUNTY 


8708 


8693 


8731 


8740 


8727 


NASH COUNTY 


10634 


10659 


10674 


10635 


10643 


ROCKY MOUNT CITY 


6197 


6257 


6294 


6361 


6385 


NEW HANOVER COUN 


19095 


18961 


18797 


18508 


18197 


NORTHAMPTON COUN 


4254 


4144 


403 8 


4002 


3894 


CNSLOW CtXINTY 


14663 


14776 


1496 9 


15229 


15388 


ORANGE COUNTY 


5004 


5017 


5037 


5041 


5044 


CHAPEL HILL CARR 


4986 


4941 


4863 


4801 


4706 


PAMLICC COUNTY 


2106 


2C90 


2075 


2072 


2051 


PASQUOTANK COUNT 


5145 


5148 


5176 


5229 


5217 


PENDER COUNTY 


4478 


4455 


4408 


4373 


4357 


PERQUIMANS COUNT 


1725 


1712 


173 5 


1762 


1774 


PERSON COUNTY 


5329 


5243 


5166 


5034 


4946 



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PROJECTED FINAL AVERAGE DAILY MEMBERSHIP 



LEA NAf«E 


1984-85 


1985-86 


1986-87 


1987-88 


1988-89 


PITT CCUNTY 


11229 


11214 


11185 


11204 


11212 


GREENVILLE CITY 


4859 


4863 


4870 


4832 


4809 


PCLK CCUNTY 


I6I1 


157C 


1555 


1544 


1519 


TRYON CITY 


501 


489 


478 


466 


441 


RANDOLPH COUNTY 


13128 


13C33 


12907 


12737 


12616 


ASHEBORO CITY 


3590 


3496 


3444 


3386 


3325 


RICHMOND COUNTY 


9130 


9024 


8904 


8819 


8690 


ROBESON COUNTY 


14462 


14485 


1442 5 


14378 


14273 


FAIRMONT CITY 


2268 


2233 


2195 


2154 


2127 


LUMBERTON CITY 


4366 


4234 


4074 


3935 


3806 


RED SPRINGS CITY 


1828 


1830 


1812 


1807 


1786 


SAINT PAULS CITY 


1530 


149C 


146 3 


1436 


1409 


ROCKINGHAM COUNT 


4699 


4598 


4549 


4471 


4434 


EDEN CITY 


4357 


4276 


4228 


4154 


4092 


MADISON MAYOOAN 


2 647 


2587 


2529 


2473 


2424 


REIDSVILLE CITY 


3891 


3820 


3784 


3738 


3703 


ROHAN COUNTY 


13429 


13465 


13369 


13322 


13245 


SALISBURY CITY 


2289 


2360 


2332 


2284 


2258 


RUTHERFORD COUNT 


10449 


1036C 


10245 


10150 


10062 


SAMPSON COUNTY 


6902 


6904 


6855 


6871 


6878 


CLINTON CITY 


2752 


2690 


2629 


2607 


2575 


SCOTLAND COUNTY 


7547 


7473 


7429 


7275 


7167 


STANLY COUNTY 


6706 


6649 


6582 


6524 


6458 


ALBEMARLE CITY 


1952 


1914 


1848 


1803 


1767 


STOKES CCUNTY 


6587 


6503 


6406 


6348 


6243 


SURRY COUNTY 


8190 


8C89 


7944 


7800 


7671 


ELKIN CITY 


1C61 


1055 


1034 


1034 


1010 


MOUNT AIRY CITY 


1988 


1937 


1916 


1898 


1863 


SWAIN COUNTY 


1681 


1666 


1664 


1673 


1652 


TRANSYLVANIA COU 


4097 


4C42 


3964 


3934 


3898 


TYRRELL COUNTY 


757 


776 


794 


809 


830 


UNION COIWTY 


12219 


12277 


12329 


12303 


12307 


MONROE CITY 


3C84 


3087 


3079 


3067 


3061 


VANCE COUNTY 


7456 


7447 


7299 


7223 


7125 


WAKE COUNTY 


54307 


54971 


55374 


55684 


55800 


WARREN COUNTY 


3210 


3265 


3222 


3214 


3198 


WASHINGTON COUNT 


2912 


28C5 


Zll 1 


2693 


2644 


WATAUGA COUNTlC 


4636 


4586 


-^.59 3 


4564 


4521 


WAYNE COUNTY 


13235 


13277 


13256 


13243 


13194 


GOLDSBCRO CITr' 


4 792 


4705 


^.6 3 1 


4599 


4494 


WILKES CCUNTY 


11032 


1C929 


1061 I 


10589 


10383 


WILSON CCUNTY 


12503 


12404 


12333 


12254 


12156 


YADKIN COUNTY 


4981 


4678 


Hiaz 


4733 


4637 


YANCEY CCUNTY 


2 748 


269A 


2649 


2618 


2580 


STATE TOTALS 


1077461 


1071'45^ 


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1057420 


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Table 11 

PUPIL MEMBERSHIP BY RACE/ETI-INIC ORIGIN 





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Islander 


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Hispanic 


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White 


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Total 


1972-73 


14,497 


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347.877 


29.7 


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1,091 


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68.9 


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1973-74 


14,938 


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347,235 


29.7 


1,611 


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1,168 


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804.369 


68.8 


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1974-75 


15,295 


1.3 


345,216 


29.5 


2,276 


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1.865 


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68.8 


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1975-76 


15,380 


1.3 


348,393 


29.5 


2,090 


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1,479 


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68.9 


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1976-77 


15,399 


1.3 


351,747 


29.5 


2,178 


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68.9 


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1977-78 


16,644 


1.4 


351,931 


29.6 


2,994 


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1,891 


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1978-79 


16,693 


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349,185 


29.8 


2,981 


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1,881 


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798.808 


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1979-80 


16,789 


1.5 


345,417 


29.9 


3,823 


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2,160 


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786,372 


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1980-81 


16,958 


1.5 


341,695 


30.1 


4.602 


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2,255 


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768,878 


67.8 


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1981-82 


17,381 


1.6 


337,450 


30.3 


4,811 


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2,347 


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752,154 


67.5 


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1982-83 


17,314 


1.6 


335,307 


30.4 


5.343 


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2,493 


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67.3 


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1983-84 


17,578 


1.6 


332,362 


30.4 


5,730 


0.5 


2,808 


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735,432 


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High School Graduates 



High School Graduate Intentions 

Each year in July, the Department of Public Education, with the assistance 
of high school principals and guidance counselors, collects and tabulates data 
from each of the local education agencies on the intentions of current 
graduates and previous year summer school graduates. Intentions of the 
graduates are reported for the following categories: 

- Enrolling in senior institutions (public and private) 

- Enrolling in community colleges and technical institutes 

- Enrolling in junior colleges 

- Enrolling in trade, business and nursing schools 

- Enrolling in military service 

- Seeking employment 

- No information 

The table on page 1-21 is the state summary of 1983 graduates' intentions. 
Following the table on the 1983 graduates' intentions is a tabJe of a five-year 
history of graduating classes. High school graduates' intentions listed by LEA 
is included in Part II of this publication. 



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1-22 



Estimated Annual High School Dropout Rates 



An estimated 6.7% of North Carolina's high school pupils (or approximately 
22,320 students) dropped out of school during the 1982-83 school year. The 
figures are estimated from information supplied tc the Department of Puhlic 
Education by local school principals throughout the state. Because a 
significant number of students drop out during the summer months when school is 
not in session, the annual dropout rate must be estimated. Precise dropout 
statistics require an Individual follow-up of students leaving school prior to 
graduation to determine their educational status. While some high schools 
conduct such follow-up studies, the vast majority do not. 

The preliminary estimates of the number of high school dropouts are arrived 
at as the difference between the size of the graduating class when they were in 
the ninth grade and their class size upon graduation. The final estimates are 
obtained by allowing for the average annual combined effect of in-and-out 
migration, public and private school transfers, changes in non-promotion 
patterns, and student deaths. 

Retention rates express the number of students who graduated this year as 
a percent of the total number of ninth graders in the class four years ago. 
The final estimates of retention rates make allowances for the factors stated 
above for dropout rates. 

The statistical techniques used to calculate the estimated annual high 
school dropout rates have been refined through the vears , and we are confident 
that the published figures closely approximate the actual rates based upon the 
best information available to us prior to publication. A more detailed 
explanation of the statistical formulas used in computing the estimated dropout 
rates is available from the Division of Planning and Research upon request. 

Care should be taken in comparing North Carolina's estimated annnn] high 
school dropout rate to those of other states. Wide variations exist among the 
states in the methods used to calculate dropout rates, and any comparison to 
other states should be made only with a full and complete understanding of the 
statistical methods used to arrive at the published rates. 

To calculate the extended day program dropout rate, the actual number of 
dropouts vjas divided by the actual headcounts In the program. These figures 
have not been Included with the regular high school dropouts. 



1-23 



Table 14 

ESTIMATED ANNUAI. HIGH SCHOOL DROPOUT RATE 





NUMBER OF 


ESTIMATED 


HIGH 


ESTIMATED 


ANNUAL 






1 




GRADE NINE 


HIGH SCHOOL 


SCHOOL 


REGULAR HIGH SCHOOL 


EXTENDED 


DAY PROGRAM 1 


LEA NAMF 


ENROLLMENT* 


RETENTION** 


ENROLMNT* 


DROPOUT 


1982-85 


1982-83 






1979-80 


RATE(X) 


1982-83 


NUMBER 


RATE(X) 


ENROLL*** 


DROPOUT 


RATE(X) 


ALAMANCe 


12«5 


64.3 


1734 


241 


6.5 


157 


86 


54. a 


BURLINGTON 


bBa 


69.6 


2520 


125 


5.5 


81 


46 


56.8 


ALEXANDER 


ttOl 


72.8 


1585 


89 


6.4 


73 


42 


57.5 


ALLEGHANY 


t7a 


62.6 


555 


58 


6.8 








0.0 


ANSON 


427 


75.6 


1586 


101 


6.4 








0.0 


ASHE 


169 


71.8 


1295 


99 


7.6 








0.0 


AVERY 


289 


59.9 


919 


76 


8.3 


64 


41 


64.1 


BEAUFORT 


a62 


67.7 


1520 


75 


5.7 








0.0 


WASHINGTON 


295 


80.5 


1075 


50 


4.7 


169 


82 


48.5 


BERTIE 


412 


77.1 


1598 


117 


8.4 








0.0 


BLADEN 


648 


63.1 


1854 


112 


6.0 


181 


82 


45,5 


BRUNSWICK 


796 


57.5 


2445 


188 


7.7 


161 


49 


50.4 


BUNCOMBE 


2?56 


61.9 


7165 


478 


6.7 








0.0 


ASHEVILLE 


486 


68.5 


1552 


108 


7-0 


200 


84 


42.0 


BURKE 


1078 


70.5 


1809 


280 


7.4 


96 


44 


45.8 


CABARRUS 


1200 


63.3 


5885 


271 


7.0 








0,0 


KANNAPOLIS 


4S4 


67.4 


1480 


108 


7.3 








0.0 


CALDWELL 


1289 


56.8 


5918 


549 


8.9 


115 


65 


54.8 


CAMDEN 


120 


71.7 


421 


29 


6.9 








0.0 


CARTERET 


652 


69.5 


2165 


172 


8.0 








O.C 


CASWELL 


458 


62.9 


1288 


105 


8.0 


36 


22 


61.1 


CATAWBA 


1157 


63.9 


5740 


219 


5.9 


265 


127 


47.9 


HICKOHY 


410 


72.9 


1408 


91 


6.5 


71 


45 


65.4 


NEWTON 


210 


67.8 


864 


66 


7.6 








0.0 


CHATHAM 


629 


58.5 


1789 


106 


5.9 








0.0 


CHEROKEE 


552 


59.9 


1178 


89 


7.6 








0,0 


CHOWAN 


279 


64.9 


727 


27 


5.7 


101 


55 


34.7 


CLAY 


104 


80.8 


555 


15 


4.2 








0.0 


CLEVELAND 


805 


72.0 


2780 


154 


5.5 








0.0 


KINGS MOUNTAIN 


l?i 


71.8 


1181 


76 


6.4 


66 


40 


58.8 


SHELBY 


}80 


74.5 


1225 


65 


5.2 


175 


75 


42.9 


COLUMBUS 


793 


63.1 


2479 


167 


6.7 


86 


17 


43.0 


WHITEVILLE 


267 


64.0 


822 


49 


6.0 


98 


50 


51.0 


CRAVEN 


1125 


59.9 


5598 


501 


8.4 


123 


60 


48.8 


CUMBERLAND 


3095 


74.0 


10208 


506 


5.0 


247 


92 


57.2 


FAYFTTEYILLE 


1191 


57.0 


1506 


167 


5.1 


58 


2 


3.4 


CURRITUCK 


227 


52.0 


650 


50 


7.7 


51 


21 


41.2 


DARE 


176 


64.8 


687 


55 


4.8 


68 


17 


54.4 


DAVIDSON 


1181 


72.3 


4987 


264 


5.7 


254 


151 


59.4 


LEXINGTON 


296 


69.3 


995 


88 


8.8 








0.0 


THOMASVILLE 


269 


69.1 


828 


45 


5.4 


56 


20 


35.7 


DAVIE 


481 


71.2 


1506 


94 


6.2 








0.0 


DUPLIN 


785 


68.4 


2528 


198 


7.8 


125 


97 


77.6 


DURHAM 


1444 


67.2 


5047 


520 


6.5 


157 


112 


71.3 


DURHAM CITY 


977 


41.0 


2499 


280 


11.2 


144 


103 


71.5 


EDGECOMbE 


661 


60.6 


1781 


155 


8.7 








0.0 


TARHOKO 


121 


76,9 


1005 


80 


8.0 








0.0 


FORSYTH 


3568 


79.0 


12119 


508 


4.2 


871 


280 


32.1 


FRANKLIN 


478 


59.6 


1405 


102 


7.5 








n.o 



♦ EXCLUDE EXTENDED DAY PROGRAM ENROLLMENTS 

**THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE MLO OF 12TH GRADE AND THE E1+E2 OF 9TH GRADE FOUR YEARS EARLIER, 

• ** ENROLL = Et + E? ♦ Rl ■•■ R2 ♦ R3 - Wl 



1-24 



Table 14 

(continued) 
ESTIMATED ANNUAL HIGH SCHOOL DROPOUT RATE 





NllMHFi^ OF 


ESTIMATED 


HIGH 


ESTIMATED 


ANNUAL 






' 




bRADF NINE 


HIGH SCHOOL 


SCHOOL 


REGULAR HIGH SCHOOL 


FxTt'JUED 


DAY PRor;PflM 


LF4 n«MF 


ENROLLMFNT* 


RFTENTIDN** 


ENROLMNT* 


DROPOUT 


1982-83 


lq82-H5 






)Q7<>-fln 


RATE(X) 


1982-8i 


NIJMBFR 


RATF(X) 


ENROLL*** 


DROPUUr 


t'Aff (X) 


FRAIMKL tiMTllN 


M? 


6i.h 


«2e 


41 


9.6 


<) 





n , 


G4ST0N 


?7a7 


6a. u 


9507 


665 


7.0 


589 


211 


5'J.2 


GATFS 


175 


82.? 


577 


54 


5.9 








0.0 


GRAHAM 


IS9 


6tt.H 


509 


48 


9.4 








0.0 


GRANVILLF 


hUli 


70.8 


215" 


137 


6.4 


IJ 





0.0 


GREFNt 


?S9 


62.5 


8«8 


72 


8.5 








0.0 


GUILFURU 


?IM 


79.1 


7577 


404 


5.3 


n 





0.0 


GRfFNSRURO 


?0S1 


78.1 


7J10 


412 


5.6 


451 


227 


52.7 


HIGH POINT 


B?2 


66.8 


2760 


191 


6.9 


256 


99 


3P.7 


HAL fFAx 


7?9 


55.8 


2208 


182 


8.2 


119 


61 


51.5 


RnANflKF RAPIDS 


??«i 


78.6 


816 


47 


5.8 








0.0 


hELODN 


IS? 


68.2 


182 


39 


8.1 








0.0 


HARNFIT 


1 105 


69.9 


5488 


236 


6.8 


52 


37 


71.2 


HAYWOUD 


841 


69.7 


2827 


180 


6.4 








0.0 


HFNOEHSUN 


705 


78.0 


2656 


166 


6.5 








0.0 


HENDEKSUN(/ILLE 


lai 


80. U 


571 


27 


4.7 








0.0 


HFRTFURD 


578 


«7.2 


1U20 


117 


8.2 


31 


18 


58.1 


HOKF 


iUS 


70. a 


1200 


92 


7.7 


66 


46 


69.7 


HYDF 


11 1 


66.7 


iia 


18 


5.4 








0.0 


IREDELL 


9tt} 


62.9 


2988 


248 


8.3 








, 


MOORESViLLE 


?20 


6H.6 


800 


54 


6.8 








0.0 


SrATESVILLE 


?a5 


77.7 


1109 


54 


4.9 


60 


21 


35.0 


JACKSON 


iai 


69.8 


1 181 


81 


6.8 








0.0 


JOHNSTON 


1J(S8 


61.8 


al7o 


266 


6.4 








0.0 


JONFS 


109 


69.7 


488 


40 


8.2 








0.0 


SANFOWn LEE 


bM 


7J.i 


2165 


115 


5.3 


90 


59 


65.6 


LENOIK 


522 


72. u 


1841 


143 


7.8 








0.0 


KINSTUM 


a25 


72.7 


1429 


109 


7.6 








0.0 


LINCOLN 


702 


76.7 


2587 


150 


5.8 








0.0 


MACON 


?72 


69.6 


1184 


62 


5.2 








0.0 


MADISON 


?9J 


62.5 


917 


63 


6.9 








o.o 


MARTIN 


55a 


71. i 


1749 


104 


5.9 


. ■ 





0.0 


MCDOWELL 


(.00 


67.0 


2119 


174 


8.2 


86 


26 


50.2 


MFCKL tNyUKG 


(S077 


73. U 


21552 


1565 


7.3 


290 


167 


57.6 


MITCHtLL 


?5? 


67.1 


817 


60 


7.3 





P 


O.O 


MONTGl)Mf-.RY 


578 


56.1 


1 165 


121 


10. u 


72 


49 


68. 1 


MUOWt 


n?b 


75.7 


2824 


189 


6.7 








0.0 


NASH 


9ia 


65. 2 


5043 


251 


8.2 





n 


0.0 


ROCKY MOUNT 


57« 


80. J 


2026 


128 


6.3 








O.O 


NEW HANUVtR 


1716 


66.2 


5917 


493 


8.3 


404 


1 94 


46.0 


NORTHAMPTON 


519 


62.2 


1465 


75 


5.1 


9? 


35 


58.0 


ONSLOrt 


1 i79 


69.2 


4500 


274 


6.1 


52i 


1H2 


56.5 


ORANGE 


uao 


68.2 


1470 


120 


8.2 








. 


CHAPEL HILL 


442 


80. S 


1684 


45 


2.7 


1) 





0.0 


PAMLTCn 


215 


69.8 


696 


48 


6.9 





n 


0.0 


PASQUOTANK 


(178 


68.0 


1608 


128 


8.n 


') 


n 


0.0 


PFNOFK 


Ul 1 


67.9 


1445 


125 


8.5 


7h 


t\ 


53.9 


PFRUUIMANS 


210 


S5.7 


565 


45 


7.6 


1) 





0.0 


PERSON 


505 


75. « 


1653 


107 


6.5 


I) 


n 


0.0 



♦ Exclude FxTENOEt) day program enrollments 

**THE OlFFRRENCfc 8ETWEFN THE MLO ()F 12TH GRADF AND THF E1*E2 OF 9TH GWflof- (■ u'JW yFARS EAWLIF-W, 
**» F'MRULL = tl ♦ E? ♦ Rl + R2 + H5 - 1^1 



1-25 



Table 14 

(continued) 
ESTIMATED ANNUAL HIGH SCHOOL DROPOUT RATE 





NIIMHER OF 


ESTIMATED 


HIGH 


ESTIMATED 


ANNUAL 










GRADE NINE 


HIGH SCHOOL 


SCHOOL 


REGULAR HIGH SCHOOL 


tXTMiOFD DAY PHUGRAM 


Lft NAMF 


ENROLLMENT* 


RETENTION** 


ENROLMNT* 


DROPOUT 


1982-83 


I<»«2-flJ 






1970-flO 


RATEfX) 


1982-83 


NUMBER 


RATE (X) 


ENROLL*** 


DRUPUUI 


WJTF(t) 


PITI 


1072 


fei,2 


32a6 


235 


7.2 


Ha 


a7 


56.0 


GHFFNVlLLfc 


u?a 


8 0,7 


1553 


79 


5.2 


15h 


aa 


21^.2 


POLK 


170 


61. A 


507 


32 


6.3 








0.0 


TRYtjrj 


S2 


82.7 


210 


13 


6.2 








0.0 


R4Nnf)LPH 


}?bi 


59.1 


3962 


310 


7.8 


(1 





0.0 


i.SHFHUPU 


^60 


feS.^ 


1204 


88 


7.3 








0.0 


RrCHMUNO 


7«i 


7J.4 


2675 


189 


7.1 


21 


e 


38.1 


RORFSUN 


12fl7 


52.8 


3966 


558 


8.5 


126 


46 


56.5 


FAIRMONT 


?70 


tt.b 


693 


67 


9.7 








0.0 


LDMHEHTUN 


%hb 


67.8 


1290 


98 


7.6 








0.0 


RFD SPRINGS 


ni 


72.5 


458 


40 


8.7 








0.0 


ST PAULS 


148 


63.5 


468 


32 


6.8 








0.0 


ROCKItJGHAM 


SOb 


52. R 


1509 


136 


9.0 


73 


31 


42.5 


FOEN 


U05 


65.8 


1558 


85 


6.3 





. 


0.0 


MAOTSON MAYOOAN ?78 


61.2 


823 


65 


7.7 








0.0 


RFinSVILLfc 


S91 


72.6 


1305 


94 


7.2 








0.0 


ROWAN 


12«5 


68.9 


4118 


276 


6.7 








0.0 


SAL ISriUHY 


?«b 


71.1 


777 


59 


7.6 





c 


0.0 


RUTHEkFURO 


1119 


57.1 


5194 


275 


8.5 








0.0 


SAMPSUN 


b7i 


72. a 


2211 


131 


5.9 








0.0 


CLfNTON 


270 


67.8 


887 


48 


5.4 


60 


28 


46.7 


SCOTLAMU 


708 


5<l.7 


2024 


181 


8.9 








0.0 


STANLY 


612 


62.6 


2046 


141 


6.9 


12 





0.0 


ALBEMARLE 


211 


60.7 


636 


48 


7.5 








0.0 


STOKES 


561 


75.6 


2024 


120 


5.9 








0.0 


SDRRY 


778 


72.1 


2583 


155 


5.9 


92 


a2 


45.7 


ELKIN 


as 


8a. 1 


339 


17 


5.0 








0.0 


MOUNT AIRY 


lfl9 


78.3 


640 


30 


4.7 


31 


19 


61.5 


SWAIN 


171 


63.2 


524 


46 


8.8 








0.0 


TRANSYL VANIA 


Uh2 


71.6 


1574 


85 


6.0 








0.0 


TYRRELL 


77 


68.8 


219 


14 


6.4 








0.0 


UNION 


12ia 


58.1 


3645 


508 


8.4 


157 


63 


ao.l 


MONMOb 


^1 1 


52.1 


882 


78 


8.8 








0.0 


VANCE 


bhO 


66.7 


2233 


145 


6.5 


60 


35 


58.3 


WAHF 


asai 


78.2 


16894 


1021 


6.0 


J6U 


136 


57.4 


WARREN 


^62 


56.1 


1 ItO 


76 


6.8 








0.0 


WA.SHTNfUON 


^as 


69. a 


103U 


46 


4.4 


ai 


?2 


55.7 


WATAUUA 


a?« 


62.3 


1415 


99 


7.0 


69 


ao 


58.0 


WAYNE 


1222 


76.7 


5920 


184 


4.7 


161 


103 


6U.n 


GOLDSHflKn 


U60 


63.0 


1483 


96 


6.5 


7a 


1 


1.4 


WILKES 


1M9 


53.0 


3245 


246 


7.6 


IIP 


5a 


as. 8 


WILSON 


H22 


63.5 


U044 


260 


6.4 


ss 


3" 


5a. 5 


YADKirj 


sai 


68. S 


1706 


110 


6.4 


5(1 


la 


28.0 


YANGEY 


277 


67. S 


666 


51 


5.9 


l> 





n.o 


STATE TOTAL 


101S71 


67.9 


353370 


22320 


6.7 


fl99U 


4261 


a7 . a 



t EXCLUUE ExTtNUED DAY PROGRAM ENROLLMENTS 

>*THF niFFFRFNCE BETWEEN THE MLD riE 12TH GRADE AND IHF E1+E2 OF OTH GHADE F I;Uk YEARS EARLIER. 

>•* ENROLL = tl + E2 ♦ HI ♦ R2 ♦ R3 - Wl 



1-26 



Projections off High School Graduates 



A ten-year projection of the number of high school graduates of local 
public school systems is presented in the following table. The projections are 
updated annually in the fall. The information has proven valuable to all of 
the post-secondary institutions. 

The future of the number of high school graduates may be different from 
one local public school system to another, dictated by the residential birth 
count; in- and out-migrations, promotions, and school dropout patterns. For 
the state as a whole, the total number of high school graduates will decline 
for the next four years. Then there will be a short period of upturn in the 
following three years because of the relatively large live birth count in 
1969 through 1971. The downward trend will resume again in 1990. 



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Table 15 

PROJECTION OF PUBLIC HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES 



LEA 


1984 


1985 


1986 


1987 


1988 


1989 


1990 


1991 


1992 


1993 


ALAMANCE 


818 


777 


701 


769 


766 


735 


72 


597 


560 


565 


BURLINGTON 


453 


468 


514 


527 


52 7 


539 


511 


491 


421 


420 


ALEXANDER 


282 


301 


295 


307 


331 


336 


332 


300 


315 


299 


ALLEGHANY 


118 


110 


116 


108 


118 


101 


127 


108 


99 


102 


ANSON 


353 


334 


328 


322 


337 


335 


325 


343 


315 


339 


ASHE 


270 


264 


2 53 


260 


258 


260 


240 


234 


245 


219 


AVERY 


163 


181 


177 


180 


154 


179 


150 


170 


153 


133 


BEAUFORT 


264 


267 


250 


284 


262 


307 


262 


252 


268 


241 


WASHINGTON CITY 


243 


230 


251 


263 


306 


288 


270 


255 


241 


245 


BERTIE 


276 


244 


245 


208 


216 


216 


231 


211 


240 


2U 


BLADEN 


382 


389 


379 


340 


382 


356 


352 


372 


325 


293 


BRUNSWICK 


473 


489 


499 


506 


541 


562 


523 


556 


558 


566 


BUNCOMBE 


1449 


1402 


1389 


1444 


1489 


1481 


1366 


1308 


1274 


1201 


ASHEVILLE 


348 


309 


311 


322 


296 


307 


258 


275 


251 


272 


BURKE 


761 


755 


788 


810 


768 


775 


770 


724 


744 


6 80 


CABARRUS 


821 


772 


817 


826 


839 


877 


802 


773 


705 


702 


KANNAPOLIS 


284 


284 


315 


289 


290 


307 


257 


251 


252 


221 


CALDWELL 


749 


731 


705 


739 


717 


713 


641 


597 


599 


528 


CAMDEN 


96 


102 


79 


86 


98 


82 


81 


79 


73 


83 


CARTERET 


446 


427 


438 


465 


453 


476 


491 


450 


475 


4 82 


CASWELL 


234 


254 


229 


243 


247 


258 


224 


208 


220 


2 i/» 


CATAWBA 


748 


774 


768 


760 


778 


837 


778 


764 


719 


6 80 


HICKORY 


282 


301 


301 


308 


305 


344 


288 


290 


250 


266 


NEWTON 


160 


156 


176 


161 


164 


178 


141 


166 


153 


174 


CHATHAM 


346 


354 


349 


351 


353 


343 


327 


296 


277 


2 72 


CHEROKEE 


238 


233 


226 


226 


264 


257 


226 


228 


242 


211 


CHOWAN 


140 


155 


146 


148 


141 


152 


138 


155 


165 


155 


CLAY 


73 


66 


91 


82 


86 


84 


80 


95 


85 


77 


CLEVELAND 


551 


580 


515 


544 


518 


525 


458 


452 


464 


448 


KINGS MOUNTAIN 


240 


243 


238 


238 


215 


259 


257 


238 


236 


243 


SHELBY 


259 


262 


253 


245 


245 


237 


216 


206 


179 


194 


COLUMBUS 


441 


517 


484 


469 


391 


449 


481 


466 


414 


422 


WHITEVILLE 


160 


189 


174 


173 


169 


178 


172 


147 


169 


149 


CRAVEN 


621 


546 


669 


591 


625 


730 


653 


672 


657 


638 


CUMBERLAND 


2061 


2042 


2018 


2051 


2177 


2298 


2186 


2153 


2089 


2089 


FAYETTEVILLE 


627 


596 


598 


64 8 


652 


617 


571 


561 


553 


515 


CURRITUCK 


123 


139 


126 


113 


120 


149 


129 


132 


134 


147 


DARE 


156 


159 


139 


173 


179 


168 


154 


156 


164 


150 


DAVIDSON 


1073 


1086 


1094 


1119 


1146 


1203 


1047 


1048 


990 


924 


LEXINGTON 


157 


188 


214 


193 


193 


193 


181 


171 


157 


139 


THOMASVILLE 


172 


172 


167 


162 


177 


161 


154 


157 


171 


139 


DAVIE 


295 


297 


293 


333 


346 


350 


296 


308 


260 


270 


DUPLIN 


518 


470 


465 


432 


493 


525 


509 


481 


485 


457 


DURHAM 


946 


940 


955 


983 


1046 


1008 


945 


818 


861 


815 


DURHAM CITY 


460 


434 


423 


440 


501 


465 


425 


451 


43 7 


4 40 


EDGECOMBE 


325 


322 


328 


311 


317 


306 


324 


28 7 


286 


265 


TARBORO 


186 


226 


206 


188 


196 


ZZZ 


200 


193 


209 


186 


FORSYTH 


2709 


2649 


2630 


2752 


2809 


2 806 


2685 


2425 


2389 


2250 


FRANKLIN 


261 


261 


286 


262 


273 


263 


281 


272 


253 


247 



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Table 15 

(continued) 
PROJECTION OF PUBLIC HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES 



LEA 


1984 


1985 


1986 


1987 


1988 


1989 


1990 


1991 


1992 


1993 


FRANKLINTON 


85 


86 


90 


91 


92 


97 


111 


98 


99 


87 


GASTON 


1875 


1840 


1858 


1829 


1849 


1933 


1823 


1804 


1676 


1479 


GATES 


100 


102 


130 


105 


120 


104 


111 


97 


90 


110 


GRAHAM 


98 


106 


104 


74 


95 


87 


85 


96 


67 


82 


GRANVILLE 


432 


447 


418 


431 


458 


396 


353 


391 


349 


347 


GREENE 


148 


147 


154 


147 


139 


144 


138 


143 


142 


139 


GUILFORD 


1637 


1649 


1543 


1652 


1792 


1692 


1568 


1451 


1352 


1297 


GREENSBORO 


1578 


1332 


1341 


1358 


1497 


1412 


1286 


1210 


1125 


1129 


HIGH POINT 


525 


487 


538 


515 


511 


4 83 


439 


401 


413 


383 


HALIFAX 


415 


408 


351 


318 


347 


308 


323 


348 


335 


J03 


ROANOKE RAPIDS 


148 


184 


171 


177 


181 


168 


165 


157 


159 


122 


WELDON 


81 


82 


85 


75 


77 


88 


76 


64 


79 


62 


HARNETT 


700 


661 


643 


65 5 


66 8 


689 


660 


644 


669 


659 


HAYWOOD 


548 


582 


605 


563 


551 


565 


511 


540 


482 


483 


HENDERSON 


579 


529 


590 


619 


594 


627 


598 


578 


542 


567 


HENDERSONVILLE 


108 


131 


112 


117 


135 


119 


99 


137 


118 


119 


HERTFORD 


2 53 


277 


246 


2 52 


237 


233 


244 


237 


248 


221 


HOKE 


238 


266 


255 


263 


296 


311 


298 


306 


284 


296 


HYDE 


72 


63 


60 


62 


69 


61 


61 


58 


49 


63 


IREDELL 


595 


549 


571 


519 


620 


608 


569 


535 


532 


443 


MOORESVILLE 


158 


149 


157 


137 


145 


179 


135 


144 


129 


U't 


STATESVILLE 


223 


233 


219 


2Z2 


215 


238 


225 


190 


197 


183 


JACKSON 


2 54 


233 


235 


261 


273 


274 


243 


248 


234 


242 


JOHNSTON 


760 


850 


835 


839 


903 


889 


844 


771 


792 


7 73 


JONES 


109 


79 


109 


96 


108 


106 


86 


85 


85 


82 


LEE 


502 


473 


438 


483 


472 


496 


462 


435 


431 


420 


LENOIR 


369 


366 


376 


432 


374 


399 


3 73 


401 


359 


3 50 


KINSTON 


281 


287 


270 


264 


255 


288 


280 


285 


288 


303 


LINCOLN 


490 


532 


524 


52 7 


557 


584 


540 


515 


459 


452 


MACON 


231 


248 


254 


224 


289 


278 


246 


209 


249 


219 


MADISON 


163 


185 


182 


179 


159 


176 


154 


171 


164 


145 


MARTIN 


333 


381 


336 


32 7 


362 


351 


340 


375 


340 


310 


MCDOWELL 


438 


411 


425 


405 


442 


447 


442 


446 


432 


383 


MECKLENBURG 


4278 


4329 


4064 


4571 


4861 


4800 


44 86 


4129 


3938 


3898 


MITCHELL 


155 


167 


166 


168 


153 


162 


124 


130 


127 


103 


MONTGOMERY 


234 


208 


215 


22 8 


232 


236 


220 


227 


221 


211 


MOORE 


600 


580 


568 


562 


59 7 


601 


569 


533 


526 


544 


NASH 


558 


553 


567 


618 


593 


652 


597 


598 


592 


587 


ROCKY MOUNT 


3 77 


369 


404 


385 


424 


385 


365 


379 


348 


388 


HEW HANOVER 


1137 


1107 


1119 


1171 


1207 


1293 


1205 


1165 


1054 


1045 


NORTHAMPTON 


287 


284 


266 


219 


282 


253 


237 


229 


206 


208 


ONSLOW 


10 16 


992 


876 


905 


915 


986 


968 


950 


924 


950 


ORANGE 


263 


285 


273 


291 


295 


306 


270 


264 


233 


244 


CHAPEL HILL 


330 


364 


387 


39 5 


424 


337 


321 


30 5 


281 


318 


PAMLICO 


137 


120 


152 


132 


143 


152 


130 


134 


131 


133 


PASQUOTANK 


3 34 


331 


309 


301 


36 2 


329 


326 


294 


313 


315 


PENDER 


266 


2 84 


275 


273 


268 


286 


298 


2 93 


225 


242 


PERQUIMANS 


84 


106 


86 


80 


87 


83 


78 


77 


75 


81 


PERSON 


351 


310 


335 


351 


335 


373 


353 


295 


315 


264 



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Table 15 

(continued) 
PROJECTION OF PUBLIC HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES 



LEA 


1984 


198 5 


1986 


1987 


1988 


1989 


1990 


1991 


1992 


1993 


PITT 


650 


685 


641 


657 


652 


72 7 


649 


675 


658 


664 


GREENVILLE 


335 


352 


346 


385 


380 


391 


366 


308 


323 


370 


POLK 


106 


107 


88 


86 


92 


91 


85 


100 


87 


91 


TRYON 


50 


44 


43 


39 


47 


42 


34 


37 


27 


28 


RANDOLPH 


790 


75 2 


762 


768 


757 


769 


765 


702 


663 


641 


ASHEBORO 


255 


280 


229 


234 


252 


240 


193 


213 


187 


173 


RICHMOND 


508 


551 


540 


483 


550 


548 


541 


540 


556 


498 


ROBESON 


766 


704 


712 


702 


726 


764 


858 


773 


756 


717 


FAIRMONT 


114 


128 


110 


119 


117 


126 


112 


101 


10 2 


105 


LUMBERTON 


221 


243 


260 


252 


257 


259 


260 


227 


246 


214 


RED SPRINGS 


85 


87 


93 


82 


102 


98 


92 


107 


93 


91 


SAINT PAULS 


90 


112 


92 


108 


110 


98 


101 


101 


98 


88 


ROCKINGHAM 


287 


334 


279 


309 


280 


307 


285 


259 


277 


230 


EDEN 


295 


283 


274 


292 


290 


257 


275 


252 


252 


225 


MAOISON-MAYODAN 


136 


173 


179 


170 


176 


195 


173 


162 


153 


164 


REIDSVILLE 


280 


258 


231 


229 


220 


237 


231 


216 


229 


186 


ROWAN 


824 


834 


887 


831 


887 


915 


881 


740 


754 


7 30 


SALISBURY 


144 


162 


144 


166 


147 


163 


130 


126 


113 


129 


RUTHERFORD 


5 76 


60 8 


608 


575 


576 


575 


570 


567 


560 


533 


SAMPSON 


431 


415 


431 


360 


388 


389 


404 


352 


40 3 


375 


CLINTON 


160 


199 


185 


163 


178 


156 


139 


143 


170 


130 


SCOTLAND 


365 


3 74 


335 


402 


391 


431 


425 


370 


409 


367 


STANLY 


436 


437 


39 7 


409 


421 


470 


426 


409 


379 


347 


ALBEMARLE 


120 


119 


125 


124 


119 


113 


94 


95 


88 


91 


STOKES 


404 


431 


42 7 


412 


445 


461 


408 


394 


379 


383 


SURRY 


536 


521 


576 


572 


557 


582 


563 


536 


506 


482 


ELKIN 


76 


75 


92 


69 


94 


103 


90 


65 


90 


74 


MOUNT AIRY 


143 


144 


110 


114 


126 


117 


126 


113 


106 


139 


SWAIN 


83 


113 


99 


114 


135 


138 


122 


146 


119 


135 


TRANSYLVANIA 


2 70 


28 7 


282 


272 


269 


266 


277 


251 


271 


2 66 


TYRRELL 


39 


37 


52 


43 


37 


51 


38 


52 


37 


36 


UNION 


698 


703 


660 


736 


721 


746 


715 


700 


672 


661 


MONROE 


179 


162 


148 


158 


154 


152 


168 


148 


145 


147 


VANCE 


458 


390 


453 


430 


450 


466 


447 


440 


380 


371 


WAKE 


3435 


3481 


3595 


3778 


3958 


4054 


3730 


3452 


3601 


3636 


WARREN 


208 


186 


225 


172 


209 


192 


187 


193 


190 


200 


WASHINGTON 


230 


250 


222 


194 


208 


201 


2 02 


168 


174 


174 


WATAUGA 


267 


317 


267 


313 


321 


300 


285 


279 


289 


2 39 


WAYNE 


773 


786 


776 


796 


835 


8 72 


796 


809 


769 


793 


GOLDS BORO 


299 


28 7 


252 


220 


301 


243 


292 


263 


247 


252 


WILKES 


680 


642 


638 


655 


697 


700 


651 


602 


60 3 


568 


WILSON 


861 


774 


771 


788 


80 5 


782 


760 


753 


686 


685 


YADKIN 


333 


363 


364 


333 


380 


359 


337 


300 


303 


309 


YANCEY 


166 


18 3 


165 


164 


167 


169 


171 


165 


150 


161 


STATE TOTAL 


66706 


66 564 


65863 


66900 


69318 


70176 


66124 


63318 


61564 


59801 



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NORTH CAROLINA PUBLIC SCHOOL PERSONNEL 



Public school personnel information presented in this publ iciicion conies 
from several different sources: the Public School System Full-Tine Personnel 
Report, the Professional Personnel Budget (408), the certification files, and 
the Professional Personnel Activity Report file. Fcllowinp ip a detailed 
description of the information sources and data gathered I nim thew. 



North Carolina Public School Personnel Summary 

The table on page 1-32 is a summary of all full-time personnel employed as 
of November 1, 1983, at the school and central office level as reported on the 
Public School Full-Time Personnel Report. This report collects data on 
full-time personnel by activity assignment, sex, race, and source of funds. 
Definition of activity assignment classifications are given on Page 11-2. 



Experience Status of Instructional Personnel 

The experience status of instructional personnel is collected annually on 
the Professional Personnel Activity Report; this report is completed by all 
school-level professional personnel and any central office personnel who have 
instructional duties. The information presented in Table 17 by local education 
agency and state totals is a summary of the experience status of all full- and 
part-time principals, assistant principals, guidance counselors, librarians, 
and classroom teachers. 



Highest Degree Held by Professional Personnel 

The information presented in Table 18 is for all certificated professional 
personnel who are employed this year (full- or part-time) at the school and 
central office level. Please note that it is the highest degree held that is 
reported here; this is not necessarily the degree on which one's pay is based. 
The information in this table comes from the teacher certification files. 



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HIGHEST DEGREE HELD BY PROFESSIONAL PERSONNEL, 1983-84* 





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BACHELORS 


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ALAMANCE COUNTY 


15 


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120 


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183 


69 


4 




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267 


WASHINGTON CITY 




150 


70 


3 


2 


2 


231 


BERTIE COUNTY 


10 


185 


59 


4 


1 


2 


261 


oLAOEN COUNTY 




292 


B7 


4 


1 


5 


39b 


dRUNSNiCK COUNTY 


11 


328 


128 


2 


2 


2 


473 


dUNCOMBE COUNTY 


12 


736 


485 


29 


7 


8 


1»277 


ASHEVILLE CITY 




212 


119 


12 


3 


1 


352 


BURKE COUNTY 




472 


234 


22 


6 


a 


747 


CABARRUS COUNTY 


15 


306 


351 


24 


5 


7 


708 


KANNAPOLIS CITY 




159 


69 


7 


2 


2 


2b7 


CALDWELL COUNTY 




507 


214 


26 


2 


6 


7b3 


CAMDEN COUNTY 




65 


15 


2 




1 


04 


CARTERET COUNTY 




289 


103 


7 




b 


412 


CASWELL COUNTY 




142 


74 


2 


1 


5 


231 


CA1A«BA COUNTY 


11 


488 


235 


19 


2 


4 


7S<J 


rilCKOflr CITY 




161 


78 


7 


2 . 


3 


2!>a 


NEKTON CITY 




132 


50 


4 


1 




190 


CHATHAM COUNTY 




24a 


97 


5 


2 




352 


CHtROKEE COUNTY 




148 


65 


5 




4 


222 


CHOWAN COUNTY 




110 


32 


8 


1 


5 


159 


CLAY COUNTY 




38 


29 


1 




3 


75 


CLEVELAND COUNTY 




267 


188 


28 


1 


4 


496 


KINGS MTN CITY 




150 


91 


10 


1 


3 


262 


SHELBY CITY 




119 


117 


3 


1 


7 


2i)4 


COLUMBUS COUNTY 




365 


123 


9 




3 


508 


rtHlTEVILUE CITY 




103 


44 


3 


2 


1 


155 


CRAVEN COUNTY 




444 


266 


20 


3 


20 


762 


CUMBERLAND COUNTY 


17 


Ir4l2 


522 


53 


9 


9 


2.022 


FAYETTEVILLE CITY 


10 


363 


179 


12 


5 


4 


573 


CURRITUCK COUNTY 




112 


30 


3 


1 


5 


153 


OAKE COUNTY 




101 


31 


3 


1 


S 


146 


DAVIDSON COUNTY 




621 


234 


19 


1 


6 


890 


LEXINGTON CITY 




145 


53 


4 


3 


2 


210 


FHUMASVILLE CITY 




108 


56 


2 


2 




170 


OAVIE COUNTY 




172 


77 


13 


2 


1 


269 


DUPLIN COUNTY 


16 


341 


135 


13 


2 




SU7 


DURHAM COUNTY 




•637 


382 


5 


23 


3 


1,058 


DURHAM CITY 


12 


316 


235 


6 


8 


10 


587 


E0GEC0M3E COUNTY 




271 


74 


3 




1 


352 


TAKBORO CITY 




142 


43 




2 


2 


192 


f-OKSTTn COUNTY 


24 


1,682 


Bb8 


44 


24 


22 


2#664 


KRANKLIN COUNTY 




196 


61 


3 


1 


d 


271 


FRANKLINION CITY 




58 


18 




3 




62 


uASTUN COUNTY 


23 


1.202 


516 


96 


e 


7 


1,852 


GATES COUNTY 


2 


85 


20 


6 


1 




114 



From 1983-84 certification files (headcount of full- and part-time personnel in lioth central nffico and school level). 
Information not currently available. 



1-36 



Table 18 

(continued) 
HIGHEST DEGREE HELD BY PROFESSIONAL PERSONNEL, 1983-84^ 





LESS THAN 


BACHELORS 


MASTERS 


SIXTH YEAR 










aACMELURS 


DEGREE 


DEGREE 


LEVEL 


DOCTORATE 


OTHER** 


TOTAL 

94 


URAHAM COUNTY 


5 


hi 


21 


1 




u 


GRANVILLE COUNTY 


7 


294 


88 


6 


2 


4 


401 


(.RtENE COUNTY 


4 


144 


60 


I 




1 


214 


&UILt^O<*0 COUNTY 


17 


672 


474 


32 


9 


2 


1,406 


GREENSdOHO CITY 


9 


764 


648 


22 


14 


4 


ItHbl 


HIUH PUINT CITY 


5 


326 


198 


14 


10 




553 


riALIFAX COUNTY 


6 


301 


107 


10 


3 


3 


432 


KOANUKE. i^APIOS CITY 


2 


108 


50 


i 


4 




167 


rtELOON CITY 


1 


55 


28 


1 


3 


1 


89 


rtARNETT COUNTY 


9 


444 


169 


9 


1 


3 


635 


HAYWOOD COUNTY 


10 


272 


191 


21 


1 


9 


504 


riENOERSON COUNTY 


5 


310 


168 


18 


3 


3 


507 


nENDERSONVlLlE CITY 




67 


45 


4 






116 


MERIFORO COUNTY 


a 


197 


61 


4 


2 


2 


270 


HOKE COUNTY 


5 


2oa 


60 


4 


2 


2 


281 


HYUE COUNTY 


2 


60 


12 


2 




2 


78 


IRdOELL COUNTY 


7 


345 


169 


24 


2 


7 


554 


MOORESVILLE CITY 


1 


93 


47 


4 


3 




148 


STATESVILLE CITY 


3 


147 


74 


11 


3 


2 


240 


JACKSON COUNTY 


3 


93 


132 


12 


1 


2 


243 


JOHNSTON COUNTY 


20 


611 


200 


10 


2 


8 


851 


JOi^iES COUNTY 


5 


81 


36 


2 


1 


1 


126 


LEE COUNTY 


6 


318 


108 


6 


6 


4 


448 


LENOIR COUNTY 


S 


275 


95 


9 




5 


392 


KINSTON CITY 


1 


241 


62 


5 


2 


3 


354 


LINCOLN COUNTY 


7 


314 


153 


23 


5 


2 


504 


MACON COUNTY 


S 


104 


108 


5 




2 


224 


MAOISON COUNTY 


S 


114 


47 


2 


1 




169 


MARTIN COUNTY 


4 


235 


112 


14 




2 


367 


MCUOwELL COUNTY 


9 


258 


too 


18 


2 


2 


369 


~IECKLEN8URG COUNTY 


m 


Zttbb 


1.657 


168 


47 


41 


4,422 


MITCHELL COUNTY 


2 


107 


34 


5 




1 


149 


MONTGOMERY COUNTY 


4 


158 


82 


8 


1 


2 


255 


MOURE COUNTY 


17 


336 


153 


23 


4 


6 


539 


NASH COU^iTY 


13 


467 


144 


11 


2 


S 


642 


ROCKY MOUNT CITY 


a 


238 


120 


4 


2 


2 


370 


isErt HANOVER COUNTY 


a 


787 


303 


14 


8 


7 


1,141 


NORTHAMPTON COUNTY 


i 


213 


57 


3 


4 


5 


235 


ONSLOW COUNTY 


17 


594 


198 


21 


1 


/ 


B38 


ORANGE COUNTY 


3 


197 


no 




8 


3 


321 


CHAPEL HILL CAHRBORO 


2 


153 


199 


14 


S 


4 


377 


f'AMLlCO COUNTY 


1 


9} 


32 


2 




5 


133 


PASQUOTANK COUNTY 


5 


2J9 


62 


<4 


3 


5 


318 


PENOER COUNTY 


6 


197 


61 


r 




1 


272 


PERQUIMANS COUNTY 


1 


83 


32 


1 






117 


PERSON COUNTY 


e 


225 


96 


5 


1 


3 


338 


PIl T COUNTY 


5 


443 


249 


12 


4 


7 


720 


GREENVILLE CITY 


2 


175 


142 


lu 


1 


2 


332 


POLK COUNTY 


1 


75 


26 


2 


3 


2 


109 


IRYON CITY 




31 


12 






1 


44 


RANDOLPH COUNTY 


12 


509 


176 


13 


4 


3 


717 


ASMEBORO CITY 


1 


135 


80 


5 


4 


1 


?iib 



From 1983-84 certification files (headcount of full- and part-time personnel in both central office arnl school level). 
Information not currently available. 



J-37 



Table 18 

(continued) 
HIGHEST DEGREE HELD BY PROFESSIONAL PERSO>JNEL, 1983-84* 





LESS THAN 


BACHELORS 


MASTERS 


SIXTH YEAR 










BACHELORS 


DEGREE 


DEGREE 


LEVEL 


DOCTORATE 


OTHER 


TOTAL 


KICHMONO COUNTY 


S 


366 


124 


13 


1 




519 


HOdESON COUNTY 


12 


621 


187 


lu 


1 




P,HO 


fAISMONT CITY 


1 


94 


41 


2 






139 


LUMStRIO.'J CITY 


I 


192 


61 


5 


3 




265 


i^EU SPRINGS CITY 


1 


77 


27 


d 






107 


SAINT PAULS CITY 


t 


64 


30 


3 


1 




100 


KUCKIN&HAM COUNTY 


3 


195 


71 


2 


It 




278 


tOtN CITY 


5 


169 


61 


5 


1 




266 


MAUISON MAYOOAN CITY 


2 


U3 


19 


3 


1 




159 


HEXOSVILLE CITY 


3 


146 


81 


10 


2 




247 


hiOwAN COUNTY 


5 


507 


229 


25 


10 


10 


786 


SALISBURY CITY 




91 


66 


7 


3 




1 70 


KUIHERFORD COUNTY 


B 


369 


196 


39 


4 




619 


SAMPSON COUNTY 


e 


326 


88 


7 






435 


CLINTON CITY 


3 


115 


56 


<4 






178 


SCOTLAND COUNTY 


2 


335 


117 


7 


2 




464 


STANLY COUNTY 


15 


216 


126 


22 


2 




384 


ALbEMARLE CITY 


1 


74 


48 


7 


1 




132 


STUKES COUNTY 


11 


275 


100 


6 


2 




400 


SUHRY COUNTY , 


13 


322 


115 


17 


1 


14 


1182 


ELMN CITY 




44 


17 


6 


1 


1 


69 


MOUNT AIRY CITY 


2 


63 


30 


6 




2 


123 


SWAIN COUNTY 


2 


58 


45 


3 






108 


TRANSYLVANIA COUNTY 


5 


146 


75 


11 


1 




238 


lYRHELL COUNTY 


2 


35 


14 








51 


UNION COUNTY 


11 


393 


230 


27 


4 


4 


669 


MONROE CITY 


1 


62 


104 


7 


tt 




196 


VANCE COUNTY 


7 


315 


108 


9 


U 


6 


451 


HAKE COUNTY 


42 


2,179 


983 


33 


27 


49 


3,313 


wAKREN COUNTY 


5 


149 


52 


2 






208 


WASHINGTON COUNTY 


4 


126 


51 


6 






189 


mATAuGA COUNTY 


3 


117 


149 


16 


5 




293 


ftAYNE COUNTY 


12 


515 


198 


16 


2 


11 


754 


bOLDSBURO CITY 


7 


213 


81 


11 


1 




317 


rtlLKES COUNTY 


9 


391 


204 


33 


1 




641 


rtlLSON COUNTY 


7 


524 


198 


13 


5 




748 


YADKIN COUNTY 


8 


176 


96 


12 






295 


YAiMCEY COUNTY 


3 


12« 


30 


7 






167 


TOTAL 


<»S4 


42,141 


20,088 


1,648 


448 


582 


65,^61 



From 1983-84 certification files (headcount of full- and part-time personnel in both central office and school level). 
Information not currently available. 



1-38 



Table 19 

TEACHER PROFILE BY SUBJECT AJ^iA*, 1983-84 
(Grades 7-12) 



SUBJECT 
AREA 


/ 




FWIALE / 




MALE 


/ 


TOTAL 








A 


B 


C 


D 


E 


F 


G 


H 


I 


J 


English 


7345 


86.3'4 


29.21 


18.8% 


1165 


13.7»o 


8.4% 


3.01 


8510 


21.91 


Math 


3899 


70.2 


15.5 


10.0 


1652 


29.8 


11.9 


4.2 


5551 


14.3 


Science 


2540 


57.9 


10.1 


6.5 


1850 


42.1 


13.3 


4.7 


4390 


11.2 


Social 






















Studies 


2709 


57.1 


10.8 


6.9 


2031 


42.9 


14.7 


5.2 


4740 


12.1 


Foreign 
Languages 


1039 


82.7 


4.1 


2.7 


217 


17.3 


1.6 


0.6 


1256 


3.2 


Cultural Arts 


1265 


59.7 


5.0 


3.2 


853 


40.3 


6.2 


2.2 


2118 


5.4 


Pliysical 
Education 


1011 


32.2 


4.0 


2.6 


2127 


67.8 


15.5 


5.4 


3138 


8.0 


Vocational 






















Education 


3322 


56.0 


13.2 


8.5 


2615 


44.0 


18.9 


6.7 


5937 


15.2 


Block 


2051 


64.0 


8.1 


5.3 


1155 


36.0 


8.3 


3.0 


3206 


8.2 


Miscellaneous 


9 


4.3 


0.0 


0.0 


199 


95.7 


1.4 


0.5 


208 


0.5 


TOTAL 


25190 


64.5 






13864 


35.5 






39054 


100.0 



* Teacliers are counted once in each subject area he/she teaches. 
** Block is two or more courses taught during a time period that usually exceeds one hour. 



Teacher Profile 

Table 19 is a profile of teachers by subject area v7ho are teaching courses 
in grades seven through twelve as reported on the Professional Personnel 
Activity Report in the fall of 1983. The information is presented by subiect 
area and sex; please note that a teacher is counted once in each subiect area 
in which he or she teaches. 

Columns B and F are row percentages. These percentages express the 
fraction of teachers that are male or female teaching in a particular subiect 
area. For example, of the 8,510 people teaching an English course, 86.3% 
(7,345) are female and 13.7% CI, 165) are male. 

Entries of Column C show the fraction of all female teachers teaching in a 
given subject area. Similarly Column G gives the fraction for male teachers. 
For example, 29.2% (7,345) of the 75,190 female teachers are teaching English. 

The entries of Column D show the fraction of all teachers who are female 
and teaching a given subject area. Similar percentages for male te.Thers are 
in Column H. For instance, 18.8% (7,345) of all teachers (39,0^^4) are female 
English teachers. 



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Selected Characteristics of Public School Staff 

The information on Selected Characteristics of Public School Staff in 
Table 20 has been compiled from the Professional Personnel Budget (408) and 
teacher certification files for the 1983-84 school year. The percentages and 
ranks that have been computed are based on full-time-equivalents of employment. 

For the characteristics of classroom teachers that have been ranked, 
classroom teachers Include all teachers, guidance counselors, and librarians. 
The percent rankings of those classroom teachers with a graduate degree include 
all who hold a degree higher than a bachelor's degree. The percent and 
rankings of classroom teachers with no prior experience include all who are 
teaching this year for the first time. 

The third category of information is the percent and ranking of profes- 
sional staff paid entirely from local funds. This information is based on the 
full-time-equivalents of all professional personnel employed at the central 
office or school level and who are paid entirely from local funds. 



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Table 20 

SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS OF PUBLIC SClIQ^l. STAFl^ 19,s:v 84 





CLAS-^.FOOM 


TEACHERS* 


CLA^iSPDC^ 


TEACHPPS» 


PROFFSSICNAL 


STAFF** 




WITH A 


GRAnuATF 


WITH NO 


PRIGP 


PAD ENTIR 


PLY 


UNIT NAMP 


CERTIFICATE 


EXOERIENCF 


FROM LOCAl 


FUNOS 




PFPCCMT 


RANK 


PERCENT 


RANK 


PFRCFNT 


RANK 


/•.LAfANr.P 


25.3 


78 


2.8 


93 


4,0 


91 


BiJPLINGTON CITY 


:<3.o 


28 


3.8 


53 


fl.3 


44 


•1 FifANDFR 


2P.9 


55 


5.4 


19 


0.4 


13'; 


.*Ll?'~-H4NY 


i"^.*; 


137 


5.2 


T ■? 


? .'> 


104 j 


ANSHN 


2 •^.3 


74 


3.4 


6ft 


1 .0 


l->n 1 


A^Hf 


BO.* 


48 


2.2 


113 


"<. 3 


9-3 j 


AVF'^Y 


1^5,7 


117 


1 .4 


130 


1 .;) 


il'^ 1 


nFAiicoRT 


27.2 


100 


5.1 


?6 


0.4 


135 


WASHINGTfJN CITY 


26. P 


68 


3.5 


6 1 


4.1 


89 


P FPT ' F 


17. ft 


137 


5.7 


15 


P .4 


135 


PL iO^.M 


17.9 


128 


3.4 


66 


4 .ft 


•^2 


pt^ur'SwiCK 


24. « 


fl2 


2.8 


93 


7.5 


•^c 


°UMrr'"'iF 


16.1 


19 


2.9 


flft 


'•.4 


74 


•SHFVILIP CITY 


34.2 


26 


2.6 


100 


14.1 


12 


pilOicr 


31.6 


41 


2.3 


n6 


7.7 


51 


r a p f . o p 1 ) >; 


■51.4 


5 


?,2 


113 


4.5 


P3 


KADNAPOLIS CITY 


31.1 


42 


3. 4 


66 


4.3 


87 1 


f ALf^S'^U 


27.1 


66 


2.9 


86 


5.7 


68 j 


rftM,-ir-; 


13.4 


140 


'.5 


3 


1 .3 


125 ! 


CAPyPE T 


21.3 


loe 


6.0 


12 


6.7 


6i ! 


Ci<:v'-LL 


26.4 


71 


4.6 


40 


C .0 


1-8 1 


rATfti.'TA 


29.7 


49 


^. 6 


58 


I ! .6 


20 t 


firKPPY r iTY 


29.6 


''O 


4.5 


42 


"^ .7 


'- ^ ! 


►■FWTPN CITY 


23.4 


90 


4. ? 


35 


11.5 


?1 1 


fMATf'AM 


24.0 


84 


5. I 


26 


7.6 


^' 


'.;hfr-kef 


27.5 


63 


6.7 


6 


0.5 


r;.3 


C MOV AM 


16.4 


134 


1. 5 


128 


6.7 


6! 1 


CLAY 


^R.l 


16 


ft. 3 


9 


■■) .3 


138 j 


ci.FVFLAr;n 


39.7 


10 


3.4 


66 


^ .8 


03 1 


KIMGS MTN CITY 


36.1 


19 


■>.5 


ftl 


S . 7 


■"> ! 


■"Hfi ny CITY 


4i,.7 


7 


3.2 


75 


7.9 


5C. 1 


r niu"'^us 


22.2 


100 


1.7 


125 


2.>- 


v: i 


i-'HITf- VllL"^ CITY 


27.3 


65 


3.6 


58 


2 ." 


\ 17 


( ('AV"N 


35.4 


22 


■;. R 


14 


4.1 


"<* 


ri|H.. roi AND 


23.6 


Rt-. 


5. 3 


2 2 


" .*> 


■19 


rAYrTTFVIILF CITY 


20.6 


57 


6. J 


') 


1 ■■■ . 5 


n 


r[]t--v T TIIFK 


1''.9 


139 


7.4 


4 


1 (• . '■ 


<o 


r. ^pf 


If. 5 


124 


4. 8 


35 


17.3 


1 


PAVio<;nN 


25. R 


74 


5.4 


19 




'9 1 


I FXI VGTTN CI TY 


25.5 


77 


2.1 


116 


8. < 


44 i 


THnvAcvRLE CITY 


3?.C 


38 


3. 3 


71 


^ .9 


•-.9 i 


"^ A V I F 


2B.4 


t;f) 


1.7 


125 


3.1 


1-1 ! 


'^IIPL I '■I 


2'5.S 


74 


1.6 


12 7 


2.7 


107 j 


n ij M ^ •' 


34.2 


26 


6.0 


! 2 


17.0 


4 1 


n:iOH4« riTY 


39.1 


13 


3. ^ 


71 


1ft. 8 


I 


FOCFn"nE 


15.1 


138 


3. 5 


6 1 


'.0 


1 1 7 


TACunrJP C ITY 


1«.6 


122 


3. 6 


58 


7.7 


51 


FPRSYTH 


3-^.0 


33 


3.0 


81 


«.5 


39 i 


FSANKL IN 


17. fl 


131 


3.0 


8! 


4.3 


87 1 



*TN'CLUPES ALL TEACHERS, GUIDANCE COUNSELORS, AND LIBRARIANS. 
•*ALL PERSONNEL RFPORTEO FN THE PROFESSIONAL PFRSONNEL BlIOGFT. 



1-41 



Table 20 

(continued) 
SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS OF PUBLIC SCHOOL STAFF, 1983-84 



♦INCLUPES ALL TFACHPRSt CUIOANCE COUNSELORS, AND LIBRARIANS. 
♦*ALL PERSONNEL REPORTED ON THE PROFESSIONAL PERSONNEL BUDGET. 





CLASSPnOM 


TEACHERS* 


CLASSRnO>* 


TEACHERS* 


PROFESSIONAL 


STAFF** 




WITH 4 


GRADUATE 


WITH NO 


PRIOR 


PA ID ENTIPFLY 


UNIT NAMF 


CFRTIFICATE 


EXPERIENCE 


FPOM LOCAL 


FUNDS 




PERCENT 


RANK 


PEPrFNT 


RANK 


PERCENT 


RANK 


PITT 


33.1 


32 


4,8 


35 


8.5 


39 


GFFENVULE CITY 


A?. 9 


n 


5. 2 


23 


12.8 


18 


Pf^LK 


2?. 6 


94 


17 


1 


t.l 


77 


TRYi^N CITY ■ 


?fl.6 


57 


5.7 


15 


15.4 


11 


R/'.^lnnLPH 


2r.3 


98 


3.9 


52 


4.4 


e'=. 


ASHEPOP" r ITY 


35.0 


23 


2.9 


86 


10.3 


32 


R ICH'-'OMn 


21.5 


106 


7." 


93 


2.6 


109 


CPRFSON 


Ifl.O 


126 


4.2 


46 


i .5 


!2' 


FAI&MONT CITY 


25.2 


80 


0.8 


13 9 


1.5 


i 22 


Ltl""FRTnN CITY 


20.0 


116 


3.0 


81 


7.4 


56 


RE" SDP INGS r ITY 


21. S 


106 


4.3 


4 4 


•=.8 


67 


ST PAUL S CITY 


27.7 


67 


1.2 


135 


1.1 


129 


RPf.TNGHAM 


22.5 


95 


2. 1 


116 


^.7 


95 


rOFN CI TY 


2P.4 


59 


~.5 


61 


5.1 


77 


MAnisn'j MAYCPAN CITY 


2P.3 


114 


2. 9 


R6 


.2.6 


109 


RFinSVILlF CITY 


32. <) 


34 


4.2 


Af, 


P.l 


4t 


RDwar' 


?'?.3 


53 


1.9 


12? 


P. 5 


39 


SALI'^flllRY CITY 


39.2 


12 


5.4 


19 


16.0 


7 


"UTHPRFn'^n 


33.9 


70 


4.7 


38 


9.8 


34 


S4MP<;o^; 


1'.2 


133 


4.4 


43 


2.! 


115 


CLINTON CITY 


29.6 


50 


2.5 


10 2 


13.1 


16 


SCpTLMjn 


22.1 


102 


4.1 


49 


? .! 


46 


STA^JLEY 


3^.7 


24 


2.3 


106 


2.7 


107 


ALBFMA^LF CITY 


36.6 


18 


1.8 


122 


8.9 


37 


ST-^K^ S 


21.3 


108 


2.0 


120 


fl.O 


49 


«;URPY 


21.7 


104 


1.4 


130 


5.0 


79 


FLKIN r ITY 


30.9 


44 


7.3 


5 


8.1 


46 


I'CWJ AIPY CITY 


2A.2 


83 


3.0 


81 


10.8 


27 


r-wAir; 


31.3 


11 


5.6 


17 


2.9 


i04 


T''Ar,<;YL V4NIA 


31.9 


40 


1.4 


130 


5.6 


71 


TYRP^LL 


17.9 


128 


0.0 


141 


':'.o 


13'^ 


IINinM 


Mt.f, 


25 


5.0 


28 


4.0 


r • 


Mn^JF"^ CITY 


S^.S 


3 


2.3 


106 


1 1 .1 


23 


VANf F 


22.5 


95 


2.2 


113 


).6 


97 


WAKf 


2 ^0 


67 


3.2 


75 


13.5 


15 


KAPPFN 


20.1 


115 


4. 3 


44 


0-5 


133 


WASHlNGTOfJ 


25.3 


78 


1.8 


122 


3.3 


99 


VMMrj\ 


5'^.? 


2 


2.3 


106 


'-^.0 


35 1 


WAYNF 


23.6 


85 


2. 1 


116 


3.8 


93 


GnLnsnnRo city 


23.0 


92 


3,0 


81 


5-3 


T^ 


WILKFS 


32.7 


35 


1.5 


178 


4.4 


85 


WILSON 


23.5 


88 


2.6 


100 


7.7 


57 


YAOKfN 


32.0 


38 


1.2 


135 


1 .4 


124 


YANCFY 


17.9 


128 


2.1 


116 


1.2 


127 



1-42 



Table 20 

(continuarl) 
Slil.liCTED CHy\RACTRRlST[c;S 01- I'DHI IC 



Sc:il(X1|^ ST.M 



l!-'H3-SI 







CLASSPOny TEACHFRS* 


CLASS PIOM 


TFACIiTPS* 


PPr^FFSSIOMAL 


STAFF** 






WITH A GRAOlJATF 


WITH ^0 


PP lie 


PA \[) FNTIR 


'"! ¥ 


UNIT NA"e 




C^PTIFICATF 


rxPERI 


ENCF 


FROM LOCAL 


F!J^iD^ 






PFRCFM RANK 


PERCfNT 


RANK 


PERCFNT 


PANK 


^3.^^ KL ! NTON 




1 '^.7 n6 


1.4 


130 


1.^ 


125 


r.t.<^',C>H 




? P . 4 "■<} 


? .9 


86 


6. ' 


6 1 


'"AT^S 




1?.0 142 


1. 1 


137 


7.S 


54 


GP.^HAM 




20.5 113 


^.8 


r 3 


2.3 


111 


GRANVILLF 




in. 5 llfl 


5.0 


2 8 


■^.7 


68 


O'^CCjF 




25.0 81 


5.0 


28 


10.9 


26 


r.uiLFnon 




3?. 3 36 


2. 8 


U3 


I0.'» 


'^^ \ 


C^FPf'SnORT CITY 


41.7 <? 


3.3 


71 


16.1 


! 


HIGH pniHT CITY 


3f.O 21 


2-3 


10 6 


1! .5 


^^ i 


HALT'^ax 




21.7 104 


1.9 


l/l 


0.0 


13 8 1 


TAN'^KC RAPTOS CITY 


26.7 69 


4.0 


51 


12.7 


19 1 


WftnnN CITY 




2fl.« 55 


0.0 


14 1 


1.2 


127 i 


HARvfTT 




23.5 88 


T, 


53 


! .6 


I ?! i 


MA^V'Ori:'' 




3". 6 15 


2.9 


8<^ 


8.9 


-> 7 j 


HPN^rnSHN 




33.4 31 


4. 7 


46 


3 .4 


43 ! 


HrNnrr,<;p„yiLLP CITY 


37.5 17 


7.9 


86 


:'C.4 


2 i 


HPPTPnRO 




IP.l 125 


?.'^ 


10 2 


2.3 


1 ! : ' 


•-iriiff 




I'^.O 126 


6. I 


1 1 


». f 


1 


uyiF 




12.5 141 


"'. " 


7 


5 .'^ 


7- 


IRPl^rLL 




3 . ■> 4 ', 


4. 1 


49 


1 .0 


10^ 


MOOfFc;viLLe 


CITY 


3-'. 9 Zr^ 


7.4 


los 


f .4 


65 


STATrsvlLLP 


CITY 


31.1 42 


3.4 


66 


1 ■■> . 7 


'J 


JiCK'^ON 




5 fl . 3 1 


3.2 


75 


10,7 


79 


JOH^-^TDN' 




21.1 110 


?. ? 


n-K 


•• . = 


r,'. 


jo^j-"; 




26.0 73 


1.0 


13 8 


C .'1 


132 i 


LRF 




22.4 <57 


-<.2 


75 


1 •: . 8 


?7 ! 


I F NT I R 




22.3 98 


2. 3 


106 


^ .4 


98 1 


k'l^i<;Tn^J fiTY 


? '. . 1 110 


4.7 


■^8 


13.8 


14 i 


L T MC OL M 




30." 46 


^.8 


=>•< 


■^ .'■' 


77 1 


MAT.ni^ 




44.1 6 


3, 1 


70 


1 ! . ■» 


^- i 


"Aoisn?: 




2'«.0 92 


1.4 


i?0 


0.0 


138 1 


"ARTTV 




29.4 52 


3.'^ 


6 1 


1 ^.0 


I"' 1 


wfnrwFi L 




26.6 70 


3.1 


79 


4.6 


87 1 


"rCK'L''N"nRG 




■>P.7 14 


7. 3 


106 


14.1 


^" 1 


MITrHFLL 




23.6 85 


0. 8 


13 9 


7.1 


115 


MOff^Cn'iFF Y 




3". 5 47 


4. 9 


31 


7 .8 


1C6 i 


«0T' • 




27.5 63 


2. " 


93 


7.1 


«;n ' 


^' A S H 




19.5 118 


"■-3 


7 1 


-^.8 


'^;! 1 


porxv vpnrjT 


CITY 


29.7 -i^ 


4.9 


31 


r, . r;. 


■» r^ 1 


NFW HA^TVPR 




2 3.4 90 


4.6 


40 


10.7 


? ^ 


NOOTHA'^PTON 




16.1 135 


2.8 


93 


2 .2 


1 13 


nM<:| nuj 




21.8 10^ 


5. 5 


! 8 


I . 7 


1?:^ 


roafgr.c 




?-'.2 37 


^. 8 


53 


16.;> 


R 1 


rHAPi-L HILL 


CITY 


5'.'^ 4 


6.4 


8 


23.8 


1 i 


p ft w 1 1 r p 




1 " . 4 12 


4.'V 


31 


0. 9 


IM i 


PAS'^iriiNK 




1«.6 122 


4.9 


■^1 


6,5 


64 - 1 


PFN'PiER 




19.1 121 


7. <; 


10? 


3.1 


ICl 


PPROi|I«.ia"S 




2C.0 112 


S. 7 


23 


11.2 


25 


PERcrvj 




26.2 7? 


6.6 


T 


6.4 


65 



♦INCLUDES ALL TEACHERSf GUIDANCE COUNSELORS, AND LIfiSAOlANS. 
♦♦ALL PERSONNEL PEPORTEO CM THE PROFESSIONAL PERSONNEL BUDGET, 



1-43 



FINANCIAL INFORMATION 



Information in this section includes current expense expenditures by 
source of funds and statistics on public school transportation. The current 
expense expenditures are obtained from the Annual Financial Report submitted by 
local superintendents at the close of each fiscal vpar. The Financial Report 
is not an audit but is an accurate accounting cf revenues and expenditures by 
each local education agency for the preceding fisca] year. Data on 
transportation was obtained from the Division of Transportation. 



Current Expense Expenditures 

Current expense expenditures by source of funds are calculated annually by 
the Department of Public Education as a guide for local school administrators, 
legislators, and the general public. Current expenditures include all 
disbursements necessary for the daily operation of the 143 local education 
agencies in 1982-83. Capital expenditures for new buildings and grounds, 
existing building renovations, and miscellaneous equipment purchases are 
excluded, as are community services programs and inter/intra fund transfers. 
By legislative mandate, long-term debts of school systems (debt service) are 
now a part of the county budget and controlled by the commissioners of the 100 
counties and, therefore, are not reported on the Financial Report. Current 
expenditures are shown for public kindergarten, elementary, secondary, and 
special schools for exceptional children. The Governor Morehead School for the 
Blind, the North Carolina Schools for the Deaf, the Fort Bragg and Camp Lejeune 
military base schools, and the Cherokee Indian reservation schools are not 
included. 

Data contained in the current expense expenditures were obtained from the 
1982-83 Annual Financial Reports submitted by the superintendents of the 143 
lea's following the close of the fiscal year on June 30, 1983. In addition, 
the monies appropriated by the state (State Public School Fund) and the actual 
value of textbooks shipped to the LEA's were included in the calculations. As 
the State Public School Fund money for transportation is allotted by county, it 
has been necessary to prorate a portion to city LEA's based on actual mileage. 
Items reported on the Annual Financial Report but excluded from computation of 
per pupil expenditures are Adult Education, Community Services, Transfers and 
Refunds, and capital outlays. 



1-44 



The total 1987-83 expenditure for current operating expenses of the pnhlic 
school system in North Carolina was 62,282,679,982. Of this amount, 
$1,469,972,022 or 64.4 percent was provided by the state; $240,511,649 or 10.5 
percent came from federal funds; $572,196,311 or 25.1 percent was provided by 
local governments. Salaries and employee fringe benefits represented 82.7 
percent of total current expense expenditures. They also accounted for 93.2 
percent of state expenditures, 68.2 percent of federal expendittires, and 61.8 
percent of local expenditures. Expenditures per pupil in final average daily 
membership was $1,344.98 from state funds, $220.06 from federal funds, and 
$523.54 from local funds. The per pupil expenditures and rank bv source of 
funds and total are given for each LEA in Table 24; Table 25 is also per pupil 
expenditures and rank but excludes school food service expenditures from the 
local column. 

Through a combined effort of the State Board of Education and the Local 
Government Commission, a uniform chart of accounts was created for use by all 
lea's in reporting revenues and expenditures for school operations. Thirteen 
lea's voluntarily participated in a pilot program to test the newly formulated 
chart of accounts during the 1976-77 fiscal year. All LEA's were required to 
utilize the uniform chart of accounts for fiscal 1977-78. The adoption and 
implementation of this uniform chart of accounts necessitated several format 
changes in reporting the financial information in the Statistical Profile, 
North Carolina Public Schools . Although identical in appearance to preceding 
years, the content of the various tables and charts has changed drastically 
with the 1977-78 data. The old categories of administration, instructional 
service, operation of plant, maintenance of plant, fixed changes and auxiliary 
service were replaced by salaries, employee benefits, purchased services, 
supplies and materials, capital outlay, and other objects. 



1-45 





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Table 22 



Distribution of the Dollar for Public Education 

1 982-83 



For Every Dollar Spent in Public Elementary and Secondary 
Schools in North Carolina, 1982-83 



69 CENTS WENT TO SALARIES 



13 CENTS WENT TO 
EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 



1 CENT WENT TO 
OTHER OBJECTS 




1 CENT WENT TO 

INSTRUCTIONAL 

EQUIPMENT 



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Table 24 

PER PUPIL EXPENDITURE RANKING, 1982-83 



LE^ 




STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 




T'lTAL 1 


NAME 


PP 


c 


RANK 


PPE 


RANK 


PPE 


RANK 




PPE 


" A NK 


ALAMANCE COUNTY 


$1,32A. 


38 


115 


$152.40 


123 


$ 469.63 


5T 


$ 1, 


946.41 


IIP 


BURLINGTON CITY 


1,326. 


56 


114 


157,00 


121 


691.87 


1 5 


2, 


17 5.43 


41 


ALEXANDER COUNTY 


1,332. 


74 


106 


179.29 


108 


315.91 


127 


1, 


827.14 


131 


ALLEGHANY COUNTY 


U'tST, 


96 


10 


224. 77 


78 


408.31 


Q3 


2, 


121.04 


5 5 


ANSON COUNTY 


1,383. 


50 


49 


303.13 


39 


331.05 


123 


2, 


01 7.68 


90 


ASHE COUNTY 


l.'tTS. 


80 


13 


302. 16 


40 


331.13 


122 


2, 


109,09 


58 


AVERY COUNTY 


1, A06. 


70 


31 


301.55 


41 


278.12 


135 


1, 


986.37 


103 


BEAUFORT COUNTY 


1,331, 


13 


i07 


263.51 


58 


332.87 


121 


I 


927.51 


111 


WASHINGTON CITY 


1,296 


45 


133 


242.17 


69 


437.31 


78 


1, 


975.93 


105 


BERTIE COUNTY 


1,379 


01 


57 


395.63 


14 


248.60 


141 


2 


023.24 


18 


BLADEN COUNTY 


1,380 


36 


53 


326.60 


26 


416.07 


89 


2 


123,03 


5 3 


BRUNSWICK COUNTY 


1,327 


05 


113 


257.86 


60 


521.51 


39 


2 


106.42 


( " 


BUNCOMBE COUNTY 


1,313 


11 


123 


139. 16 


130 


504.91 


47 


1 


957.18 


112 


ASHEVILLE CITY 


1,385 


52 


46 


304.98 


36 


926.39 


3 


2 


616.89 


2 


BURKE COUNTY 


1,3^.7 


50 


86 


135.34 


137 


464.02 


64 


1 


946,86 


117 


CABARRUS COUNTY 


1,330 


54 


108 


137.27 


134 


446.68 


72 


1 


914.49 


121 


CONCORD CITY 


1,38S 


58 


45 


186.22 


105 


568.81 


29 


2 


140,61 


5 1 


KANNAPOLIS CITY 


1,313 


90 


121 


153.45 


122 


504.41 


48 


1 


971.76 


106 


CALDWELL COUNTY 


1,302 


44 


130 


143.34 


127 


434.06 


80 


1 


879.84 


133 


CA«OEN COUNTY 


1,'»67 


15 


15 


317.99 


28 


362.95 


110 


2 


148.09 


■V 7 


CARTERET COUNTY 


1,267 


95 


142 


168.23 


115 


435.52 


79 


1 


871.70 


13^ 


CASWELL COUNTY 


1,^^07 


16 


30 


260.38 


59 


299.88 


130 


1 


96 7.4 2 


107 


CATAWBA COUNTY 


1,303 


92 


129 


79.22 


143 


404.56 


94 


1 


78 7.70 


141 


HICKORY CITY 


1, 35P 


58 


70 


190. 16 


102 


507.68 


46 


2 


056,42 


79 


NEWTON CITY 


1,3^6 


28 


38 


169.76 


114 


462.02 


6 5 


2 


028.06 


8 4 


CHATHAM COUNTY 


1,378 


49 


58 


214.01 


87 


594.12 


23 


2 


186,62 


39 


CHEROKEE COUNTY 


1,3A7 


74 


85 


257.09 


61 


288.62 


133 


1 


893.45 


128 


CHOWAN COUNTY 


1,'V21 


37 


25 


284.88 


47 


484.47 


55 


2 


190,72 


38 


CLAY COUNTY 


1,496 


60 


9 


278.32 


53 


295.90 


132 


2 


070.72 


70 


CLEVELAND COUNTY 


1,356 


85 


71 


187.24 


103 


414. 19 


90 


1 


958.28 


11 1 


KINGS MTN CITY 


1,324 


31 


116 


241.61 


70 


489,28 


53 


2 


055,20 


71 


SHELBY CITY 


1,454 


16 


18 


372.36 


18 


540.30 


36 


2 


366,82 


16 


COLUMBUS CUUNTY 


1,405 


06 


33 


397. 15 


13 


39 1. 16 


PH 


2 


193,37 


U 


WHITEVILLF CITY 


1,355 


24 


75 


280. 74 


50 


355.91 


112 


1 


991. «9 


9 8 


CRAVEN COUNTY 


1,339 


03 


97 


233.12 


74 


453.70 


68 


2 


025.85 


8 5 


CUMBERLAND COUNTY 


1,266 


36 


143 


253.92 


64 


443.08 


n 


1 


) 6 3 , ? 6 


lort 


FAYETTEVILLE CITY 


1,37" 


94 


5 5 


307.85 


34 


801.68 


'. 


2 


48 9,4 7 


6 


CURP ITUCK COUNTY 


I, 391 


56 


41 


26 6.60 


56 


620.42 


20 


2 


278, "^8 


? i 


DAP.r COUNTY 


1,367 


56 


66 


136.04 


136 


710.62 


1 ! 


2 


214,22 


!4 


DAVIDSON COUNTY 


1,274 


.27 


141 


138.38 


133 


318.04 


126 


1 


730.61 


143 


LEXINGTON CITY 


1,380 


.27 


54 


206.48 


qo 


510-47 


45 


^ 


097.22 


'>2 


THOMASVILLE CITY 


1,3''2 


.47 


39 


216.91 


84 


4^7.79 


71 


? 


057.1 7 


7 7 


DAVIE COUNTY 


1,296 


98 


132 


139. n 


129 


418.03 


88 


1 


854,16 


1 35 


DUPLIN COUNTY 


1,405 


.11 


32 


31 1.47 


32 


323.5', 


125 


2 


04 0. ! 2 


PO 


DURHAM COUNTY 


1,310 


.63 


125 


133.96 


139 


8 01.44 


7 


2 


, 24 6.0 3 


.^ 5 


DURHAM CITY 


1. 34R 


.51 


84 


337.11 


25 


940.63 


^ 


2 


626. 2S 


1 


EDGECOMBE CUUNTY 


1,379 


.20 


56 


382.^0 


15 


298. 87 


131 


2 


060.97 


7 S 


TAPBORO CITY 


1, 309 


.87 


126 


225.00 


77 


455.34 


6 7 


I 


9'(0,'1 


10 1 


FORSYTH COUNTY 


1,35" 


.84 


6 9 


190.64 


101 


79q.32 


H 


' 


, ^/ffUSO 


1 7 


FRAMKLIN COUNTY 


1,35=; 


.43 


74 


280.69 


51 


440.62 


75 


2 


17 6. 74 


6 n 


FRANKLINTON CITY 


1,216 


.41 


13^ 


320.73 


27 


380.93 


101 


1 


, 91S,07 





1-49 



Table 24 

(continued) 
PER PUPIL EXPENDITURE RANKING, 1982-83 



LEA 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 






ri>T 


^L 


NAME 


PPE 


RANK 


PPE 


RANK 


PPE 


RANK 




P 


'F 


OANK 


GASTON COUNTY 


$l,2fl4.11 


138 


$ 141.87 


128 


$ 388.87 


99 


$1 


814 


IS 


140 


GATES COUNTY 


1,58?. 53 


2 


368.90 


21 


466.21 


61 


2 


417 


.(''* 


10 


GRaHA^• COUNTY 


l,'*8fy.25 


11 


214.20 


35 


396,04 


97 


2 


09 6 


49 


'>3 


GRANVILLE COUNTY 


I, 3^.4. 8? 


91 


339.31 


24 


373.22 


106 


2 


057 


.35 


76 


GREENE COUNTY 


1,454.80 


17 


447.20 


5 


517.88 


47 


2 


419 


.88 


9 


GUILFORD COUNTY 


1,333.03 


104 


147.20 


126 


665.89 


16 


2 


146 


12 


4 9 


GRFFNSRORO CITY 


1, 391.97 


40 


176.03 


109 


847.27 


5 


2 


415 


27 


12 


HIGH POINT CITY 


1,350.30 


80 


204.55 


91 


757.54 


10 


? 


312 


. 39 


?n 


HALIFAX COUNTY 


1,448.02 


19 


512.96 


1 


328.22 


124 


2 


289 


.70 


2 2 


ROANOKE RAPIDS CITY 


1,336.40 


101 


171.78 


112 


523.49 


38 


2 


031 


.67 


83 


WELOON CITY 


l,45<i.63 


16 


431.72 


7 


348.03 


114 


2 


239 


38 


28 


HARNETT COUNTY 


1,319.32 


118 


217. 12 


83 


363.01 


109 


1 


899 


45 


126 


HAYWOCD COUNTY 


1,352.64 


77 


168.05 


116 


540.45 


35 


2 


061 


14 


74 


HENDERSON COUNTY 


1,293.03 


136 


152.28 


124 


464.45 


63 


1 


909 


76 


124 


HFNDERSONVILLE CITY 


1,415.46 


26 


234.68 


72 


791.47 


9 


2 


44 1 


M 





HERTFORD COUNTY 


1, 306.69 


37 


380.27 


16 


381.95 


100 


2 


158 


91 


44 


HOKE COUNTY 


1,344.68 


92 


376.78 


17 


234.11 


14 3 


1 


955 


57 


113 


HYDE COUNTY 


1,585.59 


1 


397.17 


12 


626.54 


19 


2 


60 9 


30 


3 


IREOELL COUNTY 


1,333.32 


103 


175.56 


no 


341.94 


116 


1 


850 


82 


n6 


MOORESVILLr CITY 


1,355.55 


73 


169.81 


113 


500.29 


50 


2 


02 5 


65 


86 


STATESVILLE CITY 


1, 374.10 


63 


250.3.4 


67 


612.38 


21 


2 


236 


82 


29 


JACKSCN COUNTY 


1,378.29 


59 


213.03 


88 


399.59 


95 


1 


99 


91 


100 


JOHNSTON COUNTY 


1,340.64 


96 


218.22 


81 


438.55 


77 


1. 


99 7 


41 


95 


JONES COUNTY 


1,52 3.39 


5 


427.73 


8 


369.15 


107 


2, 


320 


27 


18 


LEE CCUNTY 


1,351.05 


79 


186.66 


104 


586.67 


25 


2 


124 


38 


52 


LFNOIR COUNTY 


1,431.81 


22 


304.45 


37 


424.32 


81 


2 


160 


58 


43 


KINSTCN CITY 


1,347.44 


87 


369.56 


20 


491.27 


52 


2 


208 


27 


36 


LINCOLN COUNTY 


1,345.84 


88 


139.05 


131 


422.83 


83 


1, 


90 7 


72 


125 


MACON COUNTY 


1,413.92 


28 


200.37 


94 


464.62 


6? 


2 


07 8 


91 


66 


MAOISCN COUNTY 


1,510.41 


8 


31 7.25 


29 


268.33 


139 


2, 


095 


99 


64 


MARTIN COUNTY 


1,385.40 


47 


315.80 


31 


590.21 


24 


2 


29 1 


41 


21 


MCDOWELL COUNTY 


1,293.77 


135 


207.35 


89 


336.03 


119 


1 


837 


15 


137 


MECKLENBURG COUNTY 


1,351.29 


78 


191.63 


100 


873.62 


4 


7 


416 


54 


11 


MITCHELL COUNTY 


1,439.45 


20 


256.96 


62 


421.06 


84 


2 


117 


47 


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MONTGOMERY COUNTY 


1,363.73 


68 


284.89 


46 


343.34 


115 


1 


99 1 


96 


97 


MOORE COUNTY 


1,373.68 


65 


253.36 


66 


557.43 


32 


2, 


184 


47 


4 


NASH COUNTY 


1,318.09 


119 


201.37 


49 


398.48 


96 


I, 


99 7 


94 


94 


ROCKY MOUNT CITY 


1,323.43 


117 


225.06 


76 


573.63 


27 


2, 


122 


12 


5', 


NEW HANOVER COUNTY 


1,291.98 


137 


160.54 


118 


569.53 


2 8 


2, 


022. 


05 


89 


NORTHAMPTON COUNTY 


1,421.46 


24 


491.80 


3 


485.64 


54 


2, 


398. 


90 


14 


ONSLOW COUNTY 


1,276.24 


140 


226.60 


75 


377.35 


105 


1, 


880. 


1*^ 


13? 


ORANGE COUNTY 


1,350.06 


81 


160.29 


120 


744.64 


11 


7, 


254, 


99 


7^ 


CHAPEL HILL CARRBORO 


1,330.10 


109 


94. 10 


142 


1, 12 8.45 


1 


2, 


552. 


66 


4 


PAMLICO COUNTY 


1,374.91 


61 


234.55 


73 


338.71 


118 


1, 


948, 


17 


116 


PASCUOTANK COUNTY 


1, 345.18 


90 


29 1.8 3 


44 


440.80 


7 4 


7, 


077, 


81 


6 7 


RENDER COUNTY 


1,381.73 


52 


306.11 


35 


418.19 


87 


2, 


106. 


3 


61 


PERQUIMANS COUNTY 


1,47 8.97 


12 


369.66 


19 


558.02 


31 


2, 


406. 


r5 


1 3 


PERSON COUNTY 


1,388.90 


42 


283.05 


48 


483.44 


56 


2, 


155. 


-q 


46 


PITT COUNTY 


1,349.04 


83 


279.21 


52 


514.21 


4 4 


7, 


142, 


46 


5C 


GREENVILLE CITY 


1, 353.05 


76 


300.56 


42 


554.69 


3^ 


2, 


20 3. 


•<o 


3S 


POLK COUNTY 


1, 514.44 


7 


214.07 


86 


380.11 


103 


2, 


nH. 


'.? 


'-,9 



1-50 



Table 24 

(continued) 
PER PUPIL EXPENDITURE RANKING, 1982-83 



LEA 




STATE 


FFDERAL 


L )C \ L 




TOTAL 1 


NAME 




PPE 


RANK 


PPE 


RANK 


npE 


P A NK 




PPT 


"A sjK 


TRYON CITY 


$1 


56^.18 


3 


$ 254.34 


63 


$ 574.3'. 


7 6 


$ 2, 


392.88 


1 5 


RANDOLPH COUNTY 




281.56 


139 


103.20 


141 


350.25 


113 


1. 


735. ni 


142 


ASHE80R0 CITY 




345.44 


89 


124.75 


140 


565.50 


30 


2, 


3 5.69 


8? 


RICHMOND COUNTY 




307.84 


128 


265.96 


57 


307.08 


129 


1, 


880.88 


131 


ROBESON COUNTY 




343.95 


93 


50 0.64 


2 


237.33 


142 


2 


031.92 


65 


FAIRMONT CITY 




404.71 


34 


402.32 


11 


259.62 


140 


2 


066.65 


72 


LUMBERTON C ITY 




341.2 3 


94 


220.91 


79 


357.14 


111 


1 


919.28 


120 


RED SPRINGS CITY 




356.72 


72 


443.57 


6 


272.73 


137 


2, 


073.02 


69 


SAINT PAULS CITY 




298.12 


131 


303.58 


38 


286.87 


134 


1 


888.57 


129 


ROCKINGHAM COUNTY 




338.03 


98 


196.08 


98 


451.14 


7 


1 


935.25 


10 i 


EDEN CITY 




310.90 


124 


134.70 


138 


466.89 


60 


1 


912.49 


123 


MADISON MAYODAN CITY 




341.05 


95 


218.42 


80 


456.78 


66 


2, 


016.25 


91 


REIDSVILLE CITY 




374.49 


62 


253.55 


65 


519.93 


41 


2 


147.97 


48 


ROWAN COUNTY 




313.24 


122 


174.63 


111 


400.84 


92 


1 


896.71 


127 


SALISBURY CITY 




433.22 


21 


316.20 


30 


702.47 


14 


2 


451.89 


7 


RUTHERFORD COUNTY 




336.75 


100 


197.53 


96 


452.95 


69 


1 


937.23 


10 2 


SAMPSON COUNTY 




431.70 


23 


413.99 


10 


270.73 


138 


2 


116.42 


57 


CLINTON CITY 




383.62 


48 


310.89 


33 


547.95 


34 


2 


242.46 


26 


SCOTLAND COUNTY 




365.71 


67 


274.99 


54 


514.86 


43 


2 


155.56 


45 


STANLY COUNTY 




382.55 


51 


138.58 


132 


440.47 


76 


1 


961.60 


109 


ALBEMARLE CITY 




414.43 


27 


193.17 


99 


633.97 


18 


2 


241. ■;7 


2/ 


STOKES COUNTY 




349.74 


82 


166.57 


117 


520.76 


40 


2 


037.07 


81 


SURRY COUNTY 




337.13 


99 


203.14 


93 


412.29 


91 


1 


952.56 


115 


ELKIN CITY 




386.43 


44 


179.51 


107 


649.67 


17 


2 


215.61 


33 


MOUNT AIRY CITY 




375.58 


60 


199.01 


95 


597.20 


22 


2 


171.79 


'« 2 


SWAIN COUNTY 




519.14 


6 


299.37 


43 


496.11 


51 


2 


314.62 


19 


TRANSYLVANIA COUNTY 




328.84 


111 


160.50 


119 


501.74 


49 


1 


991.08 


99 


TYRRELL COUNTY 




531.73 


4 


459. 19 


4 


539.53 


37 


2 


530.45 


5 


UNION COUNTY 




314.50 


120 


136.^7 


135 


380.63 


102 


I 


832.10 


138 


MONROE CITY 




334.03 


102 


247.43 


68 


482.43 


57 


2 


063.^^4 


73 


VANCE COUNTY 




308.62 


127 


236.92 


45 


365.44 


108 


1 


96 0. "8 


110 


WAKE COUNTY 




,328.15 


112 


150.63 


125 


741,8) 


12 


2 


220.66 


■>? 


WAOPEN COUNTY 




470.24 


14 


422.38 


9 


340.93 


117 


2 


2''3.55 


30 


WASHINGTON COUNTY 




,387.89 


43 


344.66 


23 


334. 3? 


120 


2 


06 6.-^2 


71 


WATAUGA COUNTY 




412.81 


29 


180.95 


106 


41 3.59 


86 


2 


012.35 


9? 


WAYNE COUNTY 




329.47 


110 


204.22 


92 


4 20.96 


PS 


1 


954.65 


114 


GOLDSflOPO CITY 




383.13 


50 


366.94 


22 


477.37 


58 


2 


■'?7.44 


M 


WILKES COUNTY 




,374.08 


64 


197.28 


97 


313.52 


123 


I 


H34.88 


130 


WILSON COUNTY 




332.98 


105 


269.66 


55 


422.92 


82 


2 


025.56 


87 


YADKIN COUNTY 




,399.61 


36 


217.43 


82 


380.09 


1U4 


1 


997.18 


96 


YANCEY COUNTY 




,402.70 


35 


236.86 


71 


273.73 


13 6 


1 


91 3.29 


122 



1-51 



Table 25 



"LOCAL"' 



PER PUPIL EXPENDITURE RANKING, 1982-83 

COLUMN EXCLUDES SCHOOL FOOD SERVICE EXPENDITURES 



LEA 




STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 






TOTAL 1 


NAME 




PPE 


RANK 


PPE 


RANK 


PPE 


RANK 




PPE 


RANK 


ALAMANCE COUNTY 




324.38 


115 


152.40 


123 


336.40 


84 


1, 


813. 


18 


124 


BURLINGTON CITY 




326.56 


114 


157.00 


121 


568.64 


15 


2 


052 


20 


49 


ALEXANDER COUNTY 




332.74 


106 


179.29 


108 


193.70 


141 


1 


70 5 


73 


141 


ALLEGHANY COUNTY 




487.96 


10 


224.77 


78 


325.98 


88 


2 


038 


71 


58 


ANSON COUNTY 




383.50 


49 


303.13 


39 


256.16 


121 


1 


94 2 


79 


85 


ASHE COUNTY 




475.80 


13 


302.16 


40 


266.99 


118 


2, 


044 


95 


53 


AVERY COUNTY 




406.70 


31 


301.55 


41 


219.57 


132 


1 


927 


82 


91 


BEAUFORT COUNTY 




331.13 


107 


263.51 


58 


243.37 


12 5 


1 


838 


01 


116 


WASHINGTON CITY 




296.45 


133 


242.17 


69 


337.76 


83 


1 


876 


38 


106 


BERTIE COUNTY 




379.01 


57 


395.63 


14 


210.25 


135 


1. 


984 


89 


73 


BLADEN COUNTY 




380.36 


53 


326.60 


26 


310.22 


100 


2 


017 


18 


67 


BRUNSWICK COUNTY 




327.05 


113 


257.86 


60 


447.66 


38 


2, 


032 


57 


61 


BUNCOMBE COUNTY 




313.11 


123 


139.16 


130 


410.18 


48 


1. 


862 


45 


113 


ASHEVILLE CITY 




385.52 


46 


304.98 


36 


855.99 


3 


2, 


546 


49 


2 


BURKE COUNTY 




347.50 


86 


135.34 


137 


346.98 


75 


1, 


829, 


82 


119 


CABARRUS COUNTY 




330.54 


108 


137.27 


134 


344.05 


79 


li 


811 


86 


125 


CONCORD CITY 




385.58 


45 


186.22 


105 


471.21 


31 


2, 


04 3 


01 


55 


K ANNAPOLIS CITY 




313.90 


121 


153.45 


122 


406.70 


50 


1, 


874. 


05 


109 


CALDWELL COUNTY 




302.44 


130 


143.34 


127 


332.66 


86 


1, 


778 


44 


134 


CAMDEN COUNTY 




467.15 


15 


317.99 


28 


304.25 


106 


2 


089 


39 


41 


CARTERET COUNTY 




267.95 


142 


168.23 


115 


346.88 


76 


1 


783 


06 


133 


CASWELL CCUNTY 




407.16 


30 


260.38 


59 


205.15 


139 


1, 


872 


.69 


110 


CATAWBA COUNTY 




303.92 


129 


79.22 


143 


362.44 


70 


1. 


745 


58 


135 


HICKORY CITY 




358.58 


70 


190.16 


102 


392.57 


57 


1, 


941. 


31 


86 


NEWTON CITY 




396.28 


38 


169.76 


114 


370.63 


65 


1 


93 6. 


67 


89 


CHATHAM CCUNTY 




378.49 


58 


214.01 


87 


472.64 


30 


2 


065 


14 


46 


CHEROKEE COUNTY 




347.74 


85 


257.09 


61 


213.72 


134 


1 


818 


55 


122 


CHOWAN COUNTY 




421.37 


25 


284.88 


47 


401.26 


54 


2, 


107. 


51 


38 


CLAY COUNTY 




496.60 


9 


278.32 


53 


217.04 


133 


1, 


991. 


96 


71 


CLEVELAND COUNTY 




356.85 


71 


187.24 


103 


295.83 


110 


1 


839 


92 


117 


KINGS HTN CITY 




324.31 


116 


241.61 


70 


382.66 


58 


1. 


948 


58 


84 


SHELBY CITY 




454.16 


18 


372.36 


18 


473.79 


29 


2, 


300 


31 


15 


COLUMBUS COUNTY 




405.06 


33 


397.15 


13 


305-92 


102 


2, 


108 


13 


37 


WHITEVILLE CITY 




355.24 


75 


280.74 


50 


281.72 


114 


1 


917 


70 


96 


CRAVEN COUNTY 




339.03 


97 


233.12 


74 


397.14 


56 


1 


969 


29 


79 


CUMBERLAND COUNTY 




266.36 


143 


253.92 


64 


376.96 


60 


1 


897 


24 


102 


FAYETTEVILLE CITY 




379.94 


55 


307.85 


34 


717.45 


7 


2 


405 


24 


5 


CURRITUCK COUNTY 




39 1 . 56 


41 


266.60 


56 


524.10 


20 


2, 


182. 


26 


24 


DARE COUNTY 




367.56 


66 


136.04 


136 


593.72 


13 


2, 


097. 


32 


39 


DAVIDSON COUNTY 




274.27 


141 


138.38 


133 


209.34 


136 


1 


621 


99 


142 


LEXINGTON CITY 




380.27 


54 


206.48 


90 


440.22 


43 


2 


026 


97 


66 


THOMASVILLE CITY 




392.47 


39 


216.91 


84 


366.69 


66 


1. 


976 


07 


77 


DAVIE COUNTY 




296.98 


132 


139.18 


129 


308.39 


101 


1, 


744 


55 


136 


DUPLIN COUNTY 




405.11 


32 


311.47 


32 


267.38 


117 


1 


983 


96 


74 


DURHAM COUNTY 




310.63 


125 


133.96 


139 


715.87 


8 


2 


160. 


46 


28 


DURHAM CITY 




348.51 


84 


337.11 


25 


892.70 


2 


2, 


578 


32 


1 


EDGECOMBE COUNTY 




379.20 


56 


382.90 


15 


282,79 


113 


2 


04 4 


89 


54 


TARBORO CITY 




309.87 


126 


225.00 


77 


404.97 


52 


1. 


93 9. 


84 


87 


FORSYTH CCUNTY 




358.84 


69 


190.64 


101 


708.96 


9 


2 


258 


44 


18 


FRANKLIN COUNTY 




355.43 


74 


280.69 


51 


343.45 


80 


1. 


979. 


57 


76 


FRANKLINTCN CITY 




296.41 


134 


320.73 


27 


311.36 


97 


1. 


928 


50 


90 



1-52 



Table 25 

(continued) 
PER PUPIL EXPBTOITURE RANKING, 1982-83 

"LOCAL" COLUMN EXCLUDES SCHOOL FOOD SERVICE EXPENDITURES 



LEA 






STATE 


NAME 




PPE 


RANK 


GASTON COUNTY 


1, 


284. 


11 


138 


GATES COUNTY 


1, 


582. 


53 


2 


GRAHAM COUNTY 


1, 


486. 


25 


11 


GRANVILLE COUNTY 


1, 


344. 


82 


91 


GREENE COUNTY 


1, 


454. 


80 


17 


GUILFORD COUNTY 


1, 


333. 


03 


104 


GREENSBORC CITY 


1, 


391. 


97 


40 


HIGH POINT CITY 


1, 


350. 


30 


80 


HALIFAX CCUNTY 


If 


448. 


02 


19 


ROANOKE RAPIDS CITY 




336. 


40 


101 


WELDON CITY 




459. 


63 


16 


HARNETT CCUNTY 




319. 


32 


118 


HAYWOOD CCUNTY 




352. 


64 


77 


HENDERSON COUNTY 




293. 


03 


136 


HENDERSONVILLE CITY 


1» 


415. 


46 


26 


HERTFORD CCUNTY 




396. 


69 


37 


HOKE COUNTY 




344. 


68 


92 


HYDE COUNTY 


Ii 


585. 


59 


1 


IREDELL CCUNTY 


1« 


333. 


32 


103 


MOORESVILLE CITY 




355 


55 


73 


STATESVILLE CITY 




374 


10 


63 


JACKSON CCUNTY 




378. 


29 


59 


JOHNSTON COUNTY 




340 


64 


96 


JONES COUNTY 




523 


39 


5 


LEE COUNTY 




351 


05 


79 


LENOIR COUNTY 




431 


81 


ZZ 


KINSTON CITY 




347 


44 


87 


LINCOLN CCUNTY 




345 


84 


88 


MACON COUNTY 




413 


92 


28 


MADISON CCUNTY 




510 


.41 


8 


MARTIN COUNTY 




38 5 


40 


47 


MCDOWELL COUNTY 




293 


77 


135 


MECKLENBURG COUNTY 




351 


.29 


78 


MITCHELL COUNTY 




439 


45 


20 


MONTGOMERY COUNTY 




36 3 


.73 


68 


MOORE COUNTY 




373 


.68 


65 


NASH COUNTY 




318 


09 


119 


ROCKY MOUNT CITY 




323 


.43 


117 


NEW HANOVER COUNTY 




,291 


.98 


137 


NORTHAMPTCN COUNTY 




421 


.46 


24 


ONSLOW COUNTY 




27 6 


.24 


140 


ORANGE COUNTY 




350 


.06 


81 


CHAPEL HILL CARRBORO 




,330 


.10 


109 


PAMLICO CCUNTY 




,374 


.91 


61 


PASQUOTANK COUNTY 




,345 


.18 


90 


PENDER COUNTY 




,381 


.73 


52 


PERQUIMANS COUNTY 




,478 


.97 


12 


PERSON COUNTY 




,388 


.90 


42 


PITT COUNTY 




,349 


.04 


83 


GREENVILLE CITY 




,353 


.05 


76 


POLK COUNTY 




,514 


.44 


7 



FEDERAL 
PPE RANK 



LOCAL 
PPE RANK 



T0T4L 
PPF RANK 



141. 


87 


128 


368. 


90 


21 


214. 


20 


85 


339. 


31 


24 


447. 


20 


5 


147. 


20 


126 


176. 


03 


109 


204. 


55 


91 


512. 


96 


1 


171. 


78 


112 


431. 


72 


7 


217. 


12 


83 


168. 


05 


116 


152. 


28 


124 


234. 


68 


72 


380. 


27 


16 


376. 


78 


17 


397. 


17 


12 


175. 


56 


110 


169. 


81 


113 


250. 


34 


67 


213. 


03 


88 


218. 


22 


81 


427. 


73 


8 


186. 


66 


104 


304. 


45 


37 


369. 


56 


20 


139. 


05 


131 


200. 


37 


94 


317. 


25 


29 


315 


80 


31 


207 


35 


89 


191 


63 


100 


256 


96 


62 


284 


89 


46 


253 


36 


66 


281 


37 


49 


225 


06 


76 


160 


54 


lie 


491 


,80 


3 


226 


.60 


75 


160 


.29 


120 


94 


.10 


142 


234 


.55 


73 


291 


.83 


44 


306 


.11 


35 


369 


.66 


19 


283 


.05 


48 


279 


.21 


52 


300 


.56 


42 


214 


.07 


86 



311. 


65 


96 


405. 


58 


51 


310. 


86 


98 


299. 


18 


109 


463. 


80 


34 


550. 


52 


16 


768. 


41 


5 


669. 


14 


10 


274. 


73 


115 


445. 


31 


39 


319. 


07 


91 


274. 


14 


116 


450. 


47 


37 


363. 


05 


69 


724. 


45 


6 


341. 


63 


81 


187. 


94 


143 


548. 


38 


17 


233. 


89 


127 


397 


70 


55 


539 


70 


18 


304. 


62 


105 


364 


74 


67 


313 


62 


93 


492 


77 


25 


330 


95 


87 


445 


15 


40 


312 


53 


94 


346 


57 


77 


202 


71 


140 


469 


41 


32 


233 


53 


128 


791 


41 


4 


316 


.32 


92 


264 


.34 


120 


493 


.10 


24 


339 


.24 


82 


513 


.41 


21 


502 


.94 


23 


426 


.59 


45 


304 


.76 


104 


62 7 


.21 


12 


977 


.56 


1 


256 


.05 


122 


348 


.04 


74 


364 


.06 


68 


441 


.01 


42 


40 3 


.65 


53 


44 3 


.55 


41 


505 


.06 


22 


312 


.00 


95 



. 14 
.77 



1, 737.63 
2,357.01 
2,011.31 
1,983.31 
2, 365. 80 
2,030.75 
2,336.41 
2, 223.99 
2,235.71 
I, 953.49 
2,210.42 

1.810. 58 
1,971. 16 
1,808.36 

2. 374. 59 
2, 118. 59 
1,909.40 
2,531. 
1,742. 
1,923.06 
2, 164.14 
1,895.94 
1,923.60 
2, 264.74 
2,030.48 
2,067.21 
2,162.15 
1,797.42 
1,960. 86 
2,030.37 
2, 170.61 
1,734.65 
2,334.33 
2,012. 73 
1,912.96 
2, 120. 14 
1,938.70 
2,061.90 
1,955.46 
2,339. 85 
1,807.60 
2, 137.56 
2, 401. 76 
I, 865.51 
1,985.05 
2,051.90 
2,289.64 
2,075.60 
2,071.80 
2, 158.67 
2,0^0.51 



69 
75 
8 
62 
11 
20 
19 
S3 
21 

127 
78 

128 

7 

36 

99 

3 

137 

26 

103 
92 
17 
hi 
45 
27 

131 
81 
64 
2 5 

140 
12 
68 
98 
35 
88 
47 
82 
10 

129 

33 

6 

112 
72 
51 
16 
43 
44 
30 
57 



1-53 



Table 25 

(continued) 
PER PUPIL EXPENDITURE RANKING, 1982-83 

"LOCAL" COLUMN EXCLUDES SCHOOL FOOD SERVICE EXPENDITURES 



LEA 
NAME 



STATE 
PPE RANK 



FEDERAL 
PPE RANK 



LOCAL 
PPE RANK 



TOTAL 
PPE RANK 



TPYON CITY 1,56^.18 

RANDOLPH COUNTY 1,281.56 

ASHEBORO CITY 1,345.44 

RICHMOND COUNTY 1,307.84 

ROBESON COUNTY 1,343.95 

FAIRMONT CITY 1,404.71 

LUMBERTON CITY 1,341.23 

RED SPRINGS CITY 1,356.72 

SAINT PAULS CITY 1,298.12 

ROCKINGHAM COUNTY 1,338.03 

EDEN CITY 1,310.90 
MADISON MAYODAN CITY 1,341.05 

REIDSVILLE CITY 1,374.49 

ROWAN COUNTY 1,313.24 

SALISBURY CITY 1,433.22 

RUTHERFORD COUNTY 1,336.75 

SAMPSON CCUNTY 1,431.70 

CLINTON CITY 1,383.62 

SCOTLAND COUNTY 1,365.71 

STANLY COUNTY 1,382.55 

ALBEMARLE CITY 1,414.43 

STOKES COUNTY 1,349.74 

SURRY COUNTY 1,337.13 

ELKIN CiTY 1,386.43 

MOUNT AIRY CITY 1,375.58 

SHAIN COUNTY 1,519.14 
TRANSYLVANIA COUNTY 1,328.84 

TYRRELL CCUNTY 1,531.73 

JNION COUNTY 1,314.50 

MONROE CITY 1,334.03 

VANCE COUNTY 1,308.62 

WAKE COUNTY 1,328.15 

WARREN COUNTY 1,470.24 

WASHINGTON COUNTY 1,387.89 

WATAUGA CCUNTY 1,412.81 

WAYNE COUNTY 1,329.47 

GOLDSBORO CITY 1,383.13 

WILKES COtNTY 1,374.08 

WILSON COUNTY 1,332.98 

YADKIN COUNTY 1,399.61 

YANCEY COUNTY 1,402.70 



3 

139 

89 

128 
93 
34 
94 
72 

131 
98 

124 
95 
62 

122 
21 

100 
23 
48 
67 
51 
27 
82 
99 
44 
60 
6 

HI 
4 

120 

102 

127 

112 
14 
43 
29 

110 
50 
64 

105 
36 
35 



254.34 


63 


103.20 


141 


124.75 


140 


265.96 


57 


500.64 


2 


402.32 


11 


220.91 


79 


443.57 


6 


303.58 


38 


196.08 


98 


134.70 


138 


218.42 


80 


253.55 


65 


174.63 


111 


316.20 


30 


197.53 


96 


413.99 


10 


310.89 


33 


274.99 


54 


138.58 


132 


193.17 


99 


166.57 


117 


203.14 


93 


179.51 


107 


199.01 


95 


299.37 


43 


160.50 


119 


459.19 


4 


136.97 


135 


247.43 


68 


2 86.92 


45 


150.63 


125 


422.38 


9 


344.66 


23 


180.95 


106 


204.22 


92 


366.94 


22 


197.28 


97 


269.66 


55 


217.48 


82 


236.86 


71 



486.70 


27 


2 


,305 


.22 


229.16 


129 


1 


,613 


.92 


453.26 


36 


1 


,923 


.45 


246.29 


123 


I 


,820 


.09 


205.88 


138 


2 


,050 


.47 


221.12 


131 


2 


,028 


. 15 


285.92 


112 


1 


,848 


.06 


235.43 


126 


2 


,035 


.72 


209.27 


137 


1 


,810 


. 77 


350.22 


72 


1 


884 


33 


372.52 


63 


1 


818 


12 


335.06 


85 


1 


894 


53 


414.95 


46 


2 


042 


.99 


310.74 


99 


1 


798 


61 


584.86 


14 


2 


334, 


28 


373.89 


62 


I 


908 


17 


245.33 


124 


2 


091 


02 


453.48 


35 


2 


147 


99 


437.31 


44 


2 


078 


01 


345.30 


78 


1 


86 6 


43 


531.41 


19 


2, 


139. 


01 


381.93 


59 


1. 


898. 


24 


305.74 


103 


1, 


846. 


01 


48 7.64 


26 


2, 


053. 


58 


477.43 


28 


2, 


052. 


02 


376.28 


61 


2, 


194. 


79 


371.19 


64 


1, 


860. 


53 


467.24 


33 


2, 


458. 


16 


288.71 


111 


1. 


740. 


18 


414.43 


47 


1, 


995. 


89 


322.90 


89 


1, 


918. 


44 


644.38 


11 


2, 


123. 


16 


300.74 


108 


2, 


193. 


36 


303.55 


10 7 


2, 


036. 


10 


319.93 


90 


1, 


913. 


69 


349.37 


73 


1, 


883. 


06 


40«).17 


49 


2, 


159. 


24 


224.43 


130 


1. 


795. 


79 


359.38 


71 


1, 


962. 


02 


266.04 


119 


1, 


883. 


13 


189.30 


142 


1. 


828. 


86 



14 
J43 

93 
121 

52 

65 
115 

60 

105 

123 

104 
56 

130 
13 

100 
40 
31 
42 

111 
32 

101 

116 
48 
50 
22 

114 
4 

138 
70 
95 
34 
23 
59 
97 

107 
29 

132 
80 

106 

120 



1-54 



Table 26 

1982-83 REVENUE* 



PURPOSE DESCRIPTIONS 



CURRENT 
EXPENSE 



CAP UAL 
OUTLAY 



3?50 VOCATIONAL EDUCATION , 

3310 NUTRITION EDUCATION TRAINING PROGRAM 

3390 OTHER STATE ALLOCATIONS 

3410 PUBLIC SCHOOL FACILITIES BOND - 1963 

3420 PUBLIC SCHOOL FACILITIES BOND - 1973 

3490 OTHER STATE ALLOC. RESTRICTED TO CAP. OUTLAY 

3510 IMPACT PL-874 

3511 IMPACT PL-815 

3590 OTHER UNRESTRICTED FEDERAL GRANTS 

3690 OTHER RESTRICTED FEDERAL GRANTS 

3710 HEAD START GRANTS 

3720 EMERGENCY SCHOOL ASSISTANCE ACT (ESAAI 

3730 APPALACHIAN REGIONAL COMMISSION 

3790 OTHER RESTRICTED FEDERAL GRANTS 

3810 USDA GRANTS 

3840 INDIAN EDUCATION ACT 

3850 CIVIL RIGHTS ACT - TITLE IV 

3860 ROTC 

4110 COUNTY APPROPRIATIONS 

4120 SUPPLEMENTAL TAXES - CURRENT YEARS 

4130 SUPPLEMENTAL TAXES - PRIOR YEARS 

!fl41 INTANGIBLE TAX 

4142 LOCAL GOVERNMENT SALES TAX 

4210 TUITION AND FEES - REGULAR 

4220 TUITION AND FEES - ADULT BASIC EDUCATION 

4230 TUITION AND FEES - SUMMER SCHOOL 

4310 SALES - SCHOOL FOOD SERVICE 

4410 FINES AND FORFEITURES 

4420 RENTAL OF SCHOOL PROPERTY 

4430 CONTRIBUTIONS AND DONATIONS 

4440 ABC REVENUES 

4450 INTEREST EARNED ON INVESTMENTS 

'«460 REIMBUR. FROM SPEC. FUNDS OF INDIV. SCH. 

'♦470 INCOME FROM ENDOWMENT AND OTHER TRUST FUNDS 

'♦490 MISCELLANEOUS LOCAL OPERATING REVENUES 

<t810 BONO AND NOTE PROCEEDS 

4820 DISPOSITION OF SCHOOL FIXED ASSETS 

4830 FEDERAL REVENUE SHARING 

4840 INSURANCE SETTLEMENT ON SCHOOL PROPERTY 

V880 INDIRECT COST ALLOCATED 

4890 OTHER RESTRICTED LOCAL SOURCES 

4910 FUND BALANCE APPROPRIATED 

4920 FUND TRANSFERS 

SUBTOTALS 

STATE PUBLIC SCHOOL FUND 
FEDERAL EDUCATION FUNDS 
TEXTBOOKS 

GRAND TOTALS 



86,003,755 

735 

1, 195,984 



6, 473, 761 

35,456 

584, 172 

1,375,938 

906,765 

95,463 

1,069 

1,706,848 

106, 127, 399 

1,987,393 

38,705 

1,588,021 

396,344,514 

41,023, 387 

665, 139 

78,025 

It 700, 186 

1,804,334 

555,660 

1,678, 147 

89,796,386 

19, 130,787 

1,246,172 

770,395 

757,491 

13, 230,501 

1, 373.621 

98, 171 

5,936,768 

751 
1,088,428 
214,956 
7,816,067 
4,251, 162 
35,527,883 
2, 318, 859 



.03.096 



15,965 
1 76,430 
5 06,412 
510.932 

13,685 



303,125 
3.104 



57,295.458 

1,971,910 

179,400 



25,583 

3,496 

366,605 

147.855 

2,247,655 

65.087 

5 99,3 20 
8.858.931 
2,639.024 
4.472.261 
1,663.344 

496,157 

1 ,671 .321 

16.657.082 

7 18.923 



$ 835,529.252 $102,649,798 

1,390,092,461 

117,020, 248 

9,502,570 



$2,352,144,531 $102,649,798 



Represents revenue from all sources. 



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Local Revenue and Expenditure for Education 

The table on page 1-66 is compiled by the Division of School Planning 
using information provided to them from several different sources. This table 
Includes the final average daily membership, local revenue resources, and local 
expenditures for each county. The final ADM has been divided into these 
figures to get the per pupil amount of local resources and the per pupil amount 
of expenditures. The expenditures as a percent of total resources has also 
been calculated. Sources for the data in this table are the "Annual County 
Financial Information for the Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 1982," filed with the 
North Carolina Department of State Treasurer, State and Local Government 
Finance Division; Public Law 874 funds, provided by the North Carolina 
Department of Public Instruction, Office of Federal Relations; and local 
current expense for schools, from the "1981-82 Annual Financial Report" 
completed by the local education agencies and filed with the Division of 
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Transportation 

Pupil transportation is compiled from the State Public School Fund and 
the Division of Transportation records. In counties that contain more than 
one school unit, the share of county and city transportation costs are 
estimated by prorating costs in proportion to the total bus miles logged by 
each unit. The items such as contract transportation that are allocated 
directly to each unit are excluded from the proration. 

School Buses 

12,759 school buses were in operation this school year 
21,236 trips were made each school day (one way) 

Pupils Transported 

733,591 pupils were transported to and from school each 
day 

725,521 pupils were transported by school bus 
. 70.3 percent of the total public school ADA was transported 
to school 

71.8 percent of all transported pupils were of the elementary 
school level; 28.2 percent high school level 

56.9 pupils were transported by the average bus each day 

Miles 

Total annual mileage for all buses was 109,250,776 
Buses traveled 606,949 miles daily 
. The average bus traveled 8,563 miles for the year; 47.6 
miles each day; 14.3 miles per trip (one way) 

Cost of School Transportation 

The total cost of school transportation was $89,031,307 
including contract transportation and replacement buses 
The total cost of contract transportation was $3,407,277 
The total cost of state-operated vehicles including bus 
replacements was $85,624,030 

The average cost of transportation by school bus including 
bus replacements was: 

$6,710.87 per bus for the school year 

$37.08 per bus per day 

$118.02 per pupil for the school year 

$0.6520 per pupil per day 

$0.7837 per bus mile of operation. 



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Table 31 

STUDENT TRANSPORTATION ON PUBLIC SCHOOL BUSES, 1982-83 
(Excludes Contract Transportation) 











COST 


COST 


COST 1 


UNIT NAME 


BUSES 


MILES 


COST 


PER BUS 


PEP PUPIL 


PER MILE 


ALAMANCE 


135 


1,145,259 


767,859 


5,687.84 


106.85 


0.67 


BURLINGTON CITY 


34 


271,418 


181,977 


5, 352.26 


64.42 


0.6? 


ALEXANDER 


56 


452,612 


306,650 


5,475.89 


93.15 


0,68 


ALLEGHANY 


33 


269,063 


191,872 


5,814.30 


148.28 


0.71 


ANSON 


83 


847,186 


491,154 


5,917.52 


117.16 


0.58 


ASHE 


76 


713,069 


447,432 


5,887.27 


129.58 


0.63 


AVERY 


49 


374,731 


317,945 


6,488.66 


138.72 


0.85 


BEAUFORT 


78 


584,371 


359,080 


4,603.58 


109.81 


0.61 


WASHINGTON CI TY 


31 


258,052 


172,257 


5,556.68 


77.70 


0.67 


BERTIE 


94 


748,510 


434,209 


4,619.25 


117.10 


0.58 


BLADEN 


123 


940,321 


559,341 


4, 547.49 


117.29 


0.59 


BRUNSWICK 


126 


1,147,66/ 


770,845 


6,117.82 


127.98 


0.67 


BUNCO«<BE 


270 


1,831,632 


1,435,395 


5,316.28 


80.84 


0.78 


ASHEVILLE CITY 


6 


54,137 


42,4 26 


7,070.92 


176.77 


0.78 


BURKE 


109 


916,953 


651,836 


5,980.14 


80.72 


0.71 


CABARRUS 


120 


988,711 


663,885 


5,532.38 


89.93 


0.67 


CONCORD CITY 


12 


76,256 


51,203 


4,266.94 


45.19 


0.67 


KANNAPOL I S CITY 


16 


146,644 


98,466 


6,154.15 


55.07 


0.67 


CALDWELL 


123 


956,418 


608,600 


4,947.97 


79.27 


0.64 


CAHDEN 


25 


211,346 


136,176 


5,447.06 


152.49 


0.64 


CARTERET 


67 


498,957 


314,906 


4,700.09 


76.62 


0.63 


CASWELL 


92 


806,835 


447,327 


4,862.25 


132.35 


0.55 r 


CATAWBA 


143 


992,199 


663,229 


4,637.97 


74.52 


0.67 


HICKOKY CITY 


24 


193,511 


129,351 


5, 389.63 


59.86 


0.67 


NEWTON CITY 


24 


208,073 


139,085 


5, 795.21 


109.52 


0-67 ; 


CHATHAM 


99 


939,85i» 


563,502 


5,691.94 


131.75 


0.60 


CHEROKEE 


47 


397,334 


276,985 


5,893.31 


119.29 


0.70 


CHOWAN 


41 


302,522 


172,163 


4,199.10 


106.60 


0.57 


CLAY 


21 


126,411 


103,252 


4,916.75 


116.01 


0.82 


CLEVELAND 


135 


1,095,499 


690,2 04 


5, 112.62 


96.78 


0.63 


KINGS MTN CITY 


39 


269,633 


169,878 


4,355.86 


71.98 


0.».3 ' 


SHELBY CITY 


20 


185,566 


116,913 


5,845.66 


81.47 


O.tj 


COLUMBUS 


144 


1,071,641 


709,279 


4,925.55 


130.79 


0.66 


WHITEVILLE CITY 


29 


223,997 


148,255 


5,112.25 


76.62 


O.tfc 


CRAVEN 


155 


1,409,447 


876,535 


5,655.06 


97.76 


0.62 


CUMBERLAND 


359 


2,469,798 


1,892,057 


5,270.35 


93.76 


0.7^ 


FAYETTEVILLE CITY 


66 


406,673 


274,958 


4. 166.02 


57.82 


O.fe-. 


CURRITUCK 


34 


344,573 


195,484 


5,749.53 


129.72 


0.57 


DARE 


28 


197,800 


133,765 


4,777.32 


108.93 


0.6', 


DAVIDSON 


190 


1,628,197 


1,016,775 


5,351.45 


102.54 


O.'.i 


LEXINGTON CITY 


19 


150,504 


93,987 


4,946.66 


42.98 


0.62 


THOMASVILLE CITY 


12 


67,537 


42,175 


3,514.62 


28.34 


0.62 


DAVIE 


62 


524,885 


313,185 


5,051.36 


91.57 


0.6j 


DUPLIN 


138 


1,234,882 


745,069 


5,399.05 


115.66 


o.t: 


DURHAM 


218 


1,670,953 


1,270,544 


5,828.18 


107.30 


0.7'. 


DURHAM CITY 


39 


220,301 


191,387 


4,907.36 


64.92 


o.b-> 


EDGECOMBE 


104 


744,958 


512,760 


4,930.39 


108.94 


O . i '•. 


TARBDRO CITY 


19 


117,197 


80,668 


4,245.66 


59.23 


C.6-, 


FORSYTH 


404 


4,460,166 


3,012,487 


7,456.65 


111.19 


O... ; 



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Table 31 

(continued) 
STUDENT TRANSPORTATION ON PUBLIC SCHOOL BUSES, 1982-83 
(Excludes Contract Transportation) 











COST 


COST 


COST 


UNIT NAME 


BUSES 


MILES 


COST 
425,422 


PER BUS 


PER PUPIL 


PER MILF 
0,56 


FRANKL IN 


85 


763,488 


5,004.96 


125.23 


FRANKLINTON 


14 


87,995 


49,0 32 


3,502.25 


57.89 


0.56 


GASTON 


201 


1.511,786 


1,082,119 


5, 383.68 


75.66 


0.72 


GATES 


38 


356,581 


206,355 


5,430.39 


141.05 


0.58 


GRAHAM 


25 


162, 42S 


117,903 


4,716.12 


115.36 


0.73 


GRANVILLE 


104 


835,519 


523,746 


5,036.02 


129.16 


0.63 


GREENE 


70 


558,023 


353,667 


5,052.38 


122.33 


0.63 


GUILFORD 


318 


2,402,306 


1,985,301 


6,243.09 


111.81 


0.83 


GREENSBORO CITY 


248 


2,123,882 


1,412,0 46 


5,693.73 


90.47 


0.66 


HIGH POINT CITY 


65 


402,489 


265,523 


4,084.98 


64.71 


0.66 


HALIFAX 


134 


1,195,603 


716,386 


5.346.16 


127.06 


0-60 


ROANOKE RAPIDS CITY 


8 


37,277 


31,403 


3.925.32 


38.63 


0.84 


WELOON CITY 


14 


111,292 


73,973 


5,283.76 


81.02 


0.66 


HARNETT 


161 


1,167,026 


709.582 


4,407.34 


94.38 


0.61 


HAYWOOD 


91 


704,407 


512,285 


5,629.51 


92.84 


0.73 


HENDERSON 


93 


743,882 


508,959 


5.472.68 


80.61 


0.68 


HENOERSONVILLE CITY 


I 


3,190 


2,183 


2, 182.58 


311.80 


0.68 


HERTFORD 


70 


563,421 


352,281 


5,032.59 


110.95 


0.63 


HOKE 


57 


547,976 


337,903 


5.928.13 


96.74 


0.62 


HYDE 


23 


217,153 


120.526 


5.240.25 


159.21 


0, 56 


IREDELL 


138 


1,115,076 


650,043 


4.710.46 


86.5 7 


0.58 


MOORESVILLE CITY 


12 


101,412 


59,119 


4,926.58 


67.95 


0.58 


JACKSON 


54 


456,493 


334,180 


6. 188.52 


121.56 


0.73 


JOHNSTON 


213 


1,562,164 


1,025,593 


4.814.99 


112.41 


0.66 


JONES 


41 


367,575 


211,088 


5, 148.49 


132.18 


0.57 


LEE 


77 


595,629 


400,711 


5.204.04 


96.07 


0.67 


LENOIR 


125 


1,005,506 


605,385 


4,340.68 


87.97 


0.60 


KINSTON CITY 


27 


202,650 


121.949 


4.516.63 


55.31 


0.60 


LINCOLN 


110 


947,228 


645.581 


5,868.92 


100.37 


0.68 


MACON 


52 


401,980 


320.527 


6, 163.99 


120.73 


0.80 


MADISON 


63 


669,133 


436,111 


6.922.40 


172.04 


0.65 


MARTIN 


78 


644,463 


384,105 


4,924.42 


98.49 


0.60 


MCDOWELL 


81 


676,621 


413,451 


5.104.33 


94.35 


0.61 


MECKLENBURG 


623 


6,620,126 


4,357,031 


6,993.63 


91.30 


0.66 


MITCHELL 


50 


405,805 


290,028 


5.800.56 


1 50 . I 2 


0.71 


MONTGOMERY 


59 


541,481 


304,658 


5, 163.69 


92.52 


0.56 


MOORE 


132 


1,014,325 


700.559 


5.307.27 


110.22 


0.69 


NASH 


162 


1.441,973 


861.417 


5,317.39 


105.17 


0.60 


ROCKY MOUNT CITY 


20 


103.320 


69,002 


3.450.08 


52.35 


0.67 


NEW HANOVER 


158 


1,567,295 


1,074,827 


6.802.71 


93.05 


0.69 


NORTHAMPTON 


93 


679,204 


368,889 


3,966.55 


104.18 


0.54 


ONSLOW 


166 


1,274,445 


925,083 


5,572.79 


86.23 


0.73 


ORANGE 


75 


819,409 


496.660 


6.622.13 


152.96 


0.61 


CHAPEL HILL CITY 


39 


404.380 


271.879 


6.971.26 


77.33 


0.67 


PAMLICO 


38 


276,390 


177,703 


4,676.40 


94.93 


0.64 


PASQUOTAf^K 


53 


467,595 


333,525 


6,292.93 


88.73 


0.71 


PENDER 


79 


744,536 


419,063 


5.304.60 


114.16 


0.56 


PERQUIMANS 


35 


324.227 


188,620 


5,389.13 


141.29 


0.58 


PERSON 


83 


619,324 


412,274 


4,967.16 


98.91 


0.67 



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Table 31 

(continued) 
STUDEOT TRANSPORTATION ON PUBLIC SCHOOL BUSES, 1982-83 
(Excludes Contract Transportation) 



1 








COST 


COST 


COST 


1 'JNIT Na«t 


BUSES 


MILES 


COST 


PEP BUS 


PER PUPIL 




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'■ PITT 


168 


1,301 ,370 


801,511 


4, 770.90 


108.44 


0.6 7 


j GktENVILLF CITY 


31 


244,722 


150.724 


4,86 2.06 


52.90 


0.62 


' POLK 


31 


279,846 


182,719 


5,894.17 


159.44 


0.65 


. TRVON CI TY 


^ 


24,191 


15,795 


3,948.74 


50.95 


0.65 


' KANOOLPH 


ISB 


1,714,353 


977,486 


6,186.62 


113.36 


0.57 


, ASHEflJlft-. CITY 


14 


109,721 


62,5 60 


4,468.59 


42.67 


0.57 


; RICHMOND 


87 


908,578 


564,856 


6,492.59 


90.92 


0.62 


: ROBESON 


189 


1,663,645 


1,094,228 


5,789.57 


88.56 


0.66 


: FaiHMDNT CITY 


31 


259,649 


170,779 


5,508-99 


101.65 


0.66 


LU^IBEPTJN CITY 


26 


195,523 


128,601 


4,946.20 


49.67 


0.66 


j RED SPRINGS CITY 


15 


119,404 


78,536 


5,235.70 


69.50 


0.66 


' ST PAULS CITY 


15 


105,399 


69,324 


4,621.60 


82.63 


0.66 


! ROCKINGHAM 


78 


633,075 


438,331 


5,626.04 


118.76 


0.69 


j eOE-4 CITY 


31 


236,777 


164,128 


5,294.44 


51.16 


0.69 


' MADISCN MAYODAN CITY 


31 


229,408 


159,320 


5, 129.67 


69. 14 


0.69 


i REIDSVILLE CITY 


37 


286,45!» 


198,564 


5, 366.59 


89.85 


0.69 


1 ROWAN 


163 


1,417,915 


909,983 


5,582.72 


95.70 


0.64 


; SALISBURY CITY 


13 


95,393 


72,533 


5,579.48 


51.22 


0.76 


1 RUTHERFORD 


110 


943,015 


599,536 


5,450.33 


79.07 


0.64 


! SAMPSON 


K3 


1,274,605 


703,192 


4,917.43 


120.84 


. r. ■! 


! CLINTON CITY 


21 


156,528 


86,356 


4,112.17 


63.03 


0.55 


[ SCOTLAND 


88 


814,985 


510,827 


5,804.85 


96.15 


0.63 


STANLEY 


95 


787,748 


521,743 


5,492.03 


1 12.08 


0.66 


ALBEMARLE CITY 


7 


37,573 


24,885 


3,555.06 


49.9 7 


0.66 


STOKES 


107 


918,450 


609,938 


5,700.35 


106.02 


0.66 


SURRY 


136 


1,052,551 


707,962 


5,205.61 


112.13 


0.67 


ELKIN CI TY 


7 


61,829 


41,587 


5,941.02 


74.93 


0.67 


MOUNT AIRY CITY 


10 


65,097 


43,785 


4,378.53 


41.94 


0.67 


SMAIN 


26 


190,429 


151,248 


5,817.21 


126.67 


0.79 


TRANSYLVANIA 


40 


283,533 


192,118 


4,802.94 


93.44 


0.68 


T YR R E L L 


17 


101,677 


84,543 


4,973.13 


166.75 


0.83 


UNION 


160 


1,682,261 


1,007,535 


6,297.09 


103.81 


0.60 


MONROE CITY 


14 


92,858 


55,614 


3,972.45 


38.07 


0.60 


VANCE 


80 


592,523 


398,723 


4,984.04 


96.17 


0.67 


WAKE 


596 


7,142,615 


4,658,473 


7,816.23 


115.37 


0.65 


M AR R E N 


78 


731,666 


474,886 


6,086.28 


176.01 


0.65 


WASHINGTON 


51 


307,811 


228,400 


4,478.44 


102.19 


0.74 


WATAUGA 


76 


638,788 


420,309 


5,530.38 


132.17 


0.66 


WAYNE 


181 


1,414,229 


980,517 


5,417.22 


111.73 


0.69 


GOLOSBORO CITY 


35 


252,937 


175,367 


5,010.49 


46.30 


0.69 


WILKES 


133 


1,108,857 


746,554 


5,613.19 


85.86 


0.67 


WILSON 


177 


1,367,697 


871,325 


4,922.74 


117.37 


0.64 


YAOKIN 


72 


555,524 


376,170 


5,224.59 


113.07 


0-68 


YANCEY 


50 


409,815 


292,224 


5,844.47 


H2.31 


0. 71 


STATE TOTAL 


12,759 


109,250,776 


71,834,122 


5,630.07 


99-01 


0.66 



1-72 



COURSE MEMBERSHIP SUMMARY 

The following information on course membership is derived from the Profes- 
sional Personnel Activity Reports completed at the end of the first school 
month by all professional personnel and central office staff with student 
contact. The number of classes and course membership listed below are 
reported for grades seven through twelve only from teachers' schedules 
reported on the Professional Personnel Activity Reports. 



Table 32 

COURSE MEMBERSHIP SITMMARY, 1983-8A 



Course 



Block 

Language Arts 

Mathematics 

Science 

Social Studies 

Foreign Language 

Music 

Art 

Physical Education 

Health 

Exploratory Languages 

Conversational French 

Conversational Spanish 

Language Arts-Social Studies 

Dance 

Drama 

Language Arts-Math 

Language Arts-Science 

Language Arts-Math-Social Studies 

Language Arts-Math-Science 

Social Studies-Science 

Social Studies-Math 

Social Studies-Math-Science 

Social Studies-Physical Education 

Music-Art 

Math-Science 

Math-Science-Physical Education 

Math-Physical Education 

Science-Physical Education 

Health-Physical Education 

Science-Health 

Computer Education 

TOTAL - Block 

English 

English 9th Grade 

English 10th Grade 



No. of 


Student 


Classes 


Membership 


8,581 


188,124 


6,530 


153,616 


5,213 


138,202 


4,960 


129,494 


317 


7,561 


2,626 


71,840 


1,930 


45,133 


2,507 


75,031 


726 


19,282 


91 


2,238 


31 


745 


67 


1,824 


1,711 


44,953 


22 


624 


198 


4,614 


1,272 


7,347 


31 


592 


166 


1 ,250 


101 


7 34 


116 


2,959 


80 


2,298 


22 


475 


132 


3,808 


140 


3 , 280 


847 


23,971 


50 


1,396 


25 


750 


74 


2,186 


2,589 


76,508 


518 


14,574 


217 


3,337 


41,885 


1,028,746 


3,536 


84,477 


3,312 


78,247 



1-73 



Course 

English - Continued 

English Uth Grade 

English 12th Grade 

English Advanced 

Journalism I 

Journalism II 

Special Interest English (Other) 

Special Interest English (Composition) 

Special Interest English (Literature) 

Special Interest English (Reading) 

Special Interest English (Language) 

Speech I 

Speech II 

Debate 

Library Science 

Bible as Literature 

English as a Second Language 

TOTAL - English 

Reading 

Reading - Improvement 
Reading - Development 
Reading - Remedial 

TOTAL - Reading 

Math 

General Math I 

General Math II 

General Math III 

General Math IV 

Algebra I 

Introductory Algebra Part I 

Introductory Algebra Part II 

Geometry 

Applied Vocational Math 

Algebra II 

Algebra II with Computer Programming 

Advanced Math 

Trigonometry 

Advanced Algebra 

Advanced Algebra & Trigonometry 

Engineering Concepts Curriculum Project 

Special Interest Math 

Analytic Geometry 

Probability /Statistics 

Consumer Math 

Calculus 

Computer Programming 

TOTAL - Math 



Table 32 








No. of 


Student 




Classes 


Membership 




2,904 


68,593 




2,458 


58,837 




387 


8,469 




428 


7,475 




112 


1,979 




340 


5,627 


n) 


365 


8,289 


) 


214 


5,495 




134 


1,749 




57 


952 




169 


1,798 




7 


128 




29 


503 




78 


533 




15 


305 




55 


605 




14,600 


334,061 




565 


7,730 




1,002 


18,753 




3,478 


33,054 




5,045 


59,537 




1,704 


35,741 




698 


14,420 




186 


3,799 




69 


1,327 




2,065 


55,745 




781 


20,763 




303 


7,752 




1,632 


42,718 




1?? 


2,502 




1,171 


30,647 




23 


526 




395 


8,341 




61 


1,360 




54 


1,250 




266 


6,248 


=ct 


5 


98 




166 


2,224 




21 


421 




2 


27 




755 


17,674 




161 


2,7?.l 




419 


7,977 




11,059 


264,281 



1-74 





Table 32 










No. of 


Student 


Course 




Classes 


Membership 


Science 








Physical Science 




3,081 


79,130 


Biology 




3,650 


92,703 


Advanced Biology (2nd year) 




324 


6,289 


Chemistry 




1,117 


76,849 


Advanced Chemistry (2nd year) 




112 


1,752 


Physics 




398 


7,514 


Advanced Physics (2nd year) 




12 


176 


Astronomy 




19 


294 


Geology 




28 


687 


Applied Science 




177 


4,344 


Marine Science 




?1 


503 


Special Interest Science 




106 


2,245 


Environment (Ecology) 




94 


1,946 


Anatomy & Physiology 




70 


1,738 


Aviation Science 




4 


69 


TOTAL - Science 




9,213 


226,239 


Social Studies 






Economic, Legal, and Political 


Systems in Action 


2,239 


60,207 


Economics 




271 


6,695 


Sociology 




205 


5,040 


Psychology 




219 


5,554 


Humanities 




44 


792 


International Relations 




19 


427 


Social Problems 




53 


1,270 


World History 




1,261 


32,657 


World Cultures 




423 


10,848 


World Geography 




271 


7,153 


U. S. History 




2,042 


51,500 


Local/State History 




354 


9,096 


U. S. Studies 




302 


7,061 


Government 




749 


19,416 


Consumer Economics 




66 


1,786 


Minority Studies 




81 


1,947 


Geography 




70 


1,868 


Law-Related Studies 




83 


2,090 


Other Social Studies 




174 


3,476 


Current Affairs 




114 


2,840 


Bible History 




64 


1,186 


Advanced American History 




119 


2,401 


Advanced European History 




44 


751 


Anthropology 




7 


162 


TOTAL - Social Studies 




9,274 


236,223 


Foreign Languages 






French I 




771 


19,020 


Conversational French 




10 


189 


French II 




541 


11,908 


French III 




171 


2,885 


French IV 




48 


754 



1-75 



Table 32 



Course 

Foreign Languages - Continued 

French V 

Spanish I 

Spanish II 

Spanish Til 

Spanish IV 

Spanish V 

German T 

German II 

German III 

Gennan IV 

Russian I 

Latin I 

Latin II 

Latin III 

Latin IV 

Other Foreign Languages 

Exploratory Foreign Languages 

TOTAL - Foreign Languages 

Cultural Arts 

Chorus I 

Advanced Chorus 

Music Theory 

Music History/Appreciation 

Band 

Orchestra 

Electronic Music 

Guitar Class 

Piano Class 

Special Interest Music/Art 

Art I 

Art II 

Art III 

Art IV 

Crafts 

Graphics 

Photography 

Art History /Appreciation 

Technical Theater I 

Technical Theater II 

Introduction to Theater 

Ac t ing I 

Advanced Acting 

Directing 

Theater History 

Theater Arts I 

Theater Arts II 

Modern Dance I 



No. of 


Student 


Classes 


Membership 


3 


30 


975 


25,146 


588 


14,173 


1S5 


3,125 


37 


574 


5 


70 


5? 


1 .088 


41 


787 


11 


158 


3 


28 


1 


28 


156 


3,524 


102 


2,061 


16 


230 


10 


183 


5 


109 


57 


1,512 


3,708 


87,582 


742 


23,078 


364 


12.163 


82 


1,475 


116 


2,196 


2,154 


70,737 


195 


2,786 


5 


82 


8 


146 


18 


157 


211 


5,198 


1,155 


21.675 


353 


6,194 


132 


2,014 


34 


460 


9? 


1,779 


13 


262 


75 


1,256 


14 


256 


18 


381 


1 


13 


50 


976 


70 


1,484 


24 


433 


1 


26 


1 


15 


106 


2,159 


28 


531 


31 


638 



1-76 



Table 32 



Course 

Cultural Arts - Continued 
Modern Dance II 
Dance Composition 
Ballet I 
Ballet II 
Creative Movement 

TOTAL - Cultural Arts 



Physical Education 
Physical Education I 
Physical Education II 
Physical Education III 
Physical Education IV 
Health I 
Health II 

Health/Physical Education 
Driver Education & Safety 

TOTAL - Physical Education 



Miscellaneous 

ROTC 

Religion and Other 

Non-Vocational Typing 

Non-Vocational Business 

Non-Vocational Industrial Arts 

Non-Vocational Home Economics 

TOTAL - Miscellaneous 



Agricultural Education 

Introduction to Agriculture/Natural Resources Cvear) 

Exploratory Agriculture/Natural Resources 

Agricultural Production I 

Agricultural Production II 

Agricultural Production III 

Agricultural Machinery /Equipment /Structures 

Ornamental Horticulture I 

Ornamental Horticulture II 

Ornamental Horticulture III 

Natural Resources and Environmental Protection 

Forestry I 

Forestry II 

Forestry III 

Homestead & Gardening Skills 

Agriculture 

TOTAL - Agricultural Education 



No. of 
Classes 



Student 
Membership 



11 


182 


5 


72 


3 


45 


3 


37 


14 


301 


6,129 


159,207 


1,201 


35,292 


1,322 


34,309 


422 


10,390 


336 


8,264 


239 


6,402 


50 


1,264 


2,149 


60,957 


2,811 


43,409 


8,530 


200,287 


915 


16,034 


32 


368 


37 


772 


14 


189 


22 


234 


22 


184 


1,042 


17,781 


557 


10,034 


5 


100 


251 


3,855 


165 


2,360 


78 


994 


209 


3,014 


236 


4,001 


104 


1,264 


36 


406 


48 


761 


32 


524 


13 


154 


2 


18 


82 


1,329 


3 


55 


1,821 


28,869 



1-77 



Table 32 



Course 

Marketing & Distributive Education 

Introduction to Marketing & Distributive Education 

Marketing Management & Ownership 

Marketing 

Marketing and Merchandising 

Marketing, Merchandising & Management 

Floristry Design and Management 

Sales Fundamentals 

Sales and Management 

Hotel and Motel Management 

Fundamentals of Selling (semester) 

Advertising and Sales Promotion 

Advertising Design & Sales Promotion 

Fundamentals of Advertising 

Fashion Merchandising 

Fashion Merchandising & Management 

TOTAL - Marketing & Distributive Education 

Health Occupations 

Introduction to Health Occupations Education 

Health Occupations Education I 

Health Occupations II 

TOTAL - Health Occupations 

Consumer & Homemaking Education 
Exploratory Home Economics 
Introductory Home Economics 
Consumer Management Skills 
Adult Roles and Functions 
Advanced Home Economics 
Parenting/Child Development 
Advanced Child Development 
Consumer Clothing and Textiles 
Advanced Clothing and Textiles 
Consumer Foods and Nutrition 
Advanced Foods and Nutrition 
Consumer Housing and Home Furnishings 
Advanced Housing and Home Furnishings 
Family Life Education 
Advanced Interpersonal Relations 

TOTAL - Consumer & Homemaking Education 

Occupational Home Economics 

Applied Home Economics Occupations III 

Child Care Services I 

Child Care Services IT 

Clothing Services T 

ClnrlHrif', Services I I 



No. of 


Student 


Classes 


Membership 


75 


1,083 


13 


221 


388 


6,527 


254 


3,429 


65 


758 


2 


28 


6 


86 


1 


14 


5 


54 


18 


324 


14 


254 


5 


68 


3 


49 


131 


2,471 


16 


255 


996 


15.621 


88 


1,421 


340 


5,637 


159 


2,014 


587 


9,072 


439 


7,872 


1,541 


27,148 


99 


1,995 


18 


333 


312 


5,010 


22 


416 


135 


2,186 


13 


173 


171 


2,427 


38 


690 


248 


3,953 


5 


77 


65 


919 


414 


7,716 


80 


1,301 


3,600 


62,216 


46 


646 


168 


2,464 


27 


255 


83 


1 ,055 


1 t 


I'.H 



1-78 



Table 32 



Course 

Occupational Home Economics - Continued 

Food Services I 

Food Services II 

Home Furnishing Services I 

Home Furnishing Services II 

Management Aide Services 

TOTAL - Occupational Home Economics 



No. of 


Student 


Classes 


Memb 


srship 


199 




2,899 


37 




566 


16 




208 


I 




9 


11 




126 



601 



8,386 



Office and Business Education 

Business Exploration 

Introduction to Business 

Typewriting I /Keyboard Ing 

Typing II 

Shorthand I 

Shorthand II 

Secretarial/Word Processing Occupations I 

Secretarial/Word Processing Occupations II 

Business Math 

Recordkeeping 

Accounting I 

Accounting II 

Computerized Accounting Occupations I 

Computerized Accounting Occupations II 

Business Communications 

Business Law 

Business Management /Ownership 

Office Occupations I 

Office Occupations II 

Introduction to Computers 

Computer Applications 

Business Data Processing 

TOTAL - Office & Business Education 



Trade and Industrial Education 

Introduction to Trade & Industrial Education 

Industrial Cooperative Training I 

Industrial Cooperative Training II 

Industrial Cooperative Training I & II 

Aerospace I 

Aerospace II 

Aerospace III 

Auto >iechanics I 

Auto Mechanics II 

Auto Mechanics III 

Air Cooled Engines I 

■^ ' - Mt . ..anics I 

iJiest Mechanics III 

Auto Body Repair I 

Auto Body Repair II 



68 


1,567 


380 


8,440 


2,174 


57,975 


415 


8.323 


273 


4,595 


29 


306 


38 


569 


8 


92 


318 


7,742 


174 


3,829 


629 


17,204 


139 


2,084 


42 


648 


4 


50 


47 


996 


126 


2,662 


32 


682 


372 


6,255 


248 


3,289 


358 


7,018 


1 


26 


337 


6,453 


6,212 


140,805 


475 


7,815 


410 


5,775 


199 


2,237 


38 


486 


13 


270 


3 


59 


5 


54 


294 


5,148 


245 


3,549 


173 


2,000 


29 


353 


1 


15 


4 


61 


25 


368 


19 


266 



1-79 



Table 32 



Cours e 

Trade & Industrial Education - Continued 

Auto Body Repair III 

Masonry I 

Masonry IT 

Masonry III 

Cabinetmaking I 

Cabinetmakinp II 

Cabinetmaking III 

Furniture I 

Furniture II 

Furniture III 

Upholstery III 

Carpentry I 

Carpentry II 

Carpentry III 

Blueprint Reading 

Technical Drafting I 

Technical Drafting II 

Technical Drafting III 

Plumbing I 

Plumbing II 

Plumbing III 

Electricity I 

Electricity II 

Electricity III 

Appliance Repair I 

Appliance Repair III 

Electronics I 

Electronics II 

Electronics III 

Programming and Broadcasting I 

Programming and Broadcasting II 

Programming and Broadcasting III 

Cosmetology I 

Cosmetology II 

Cosmetology III 

Maintenance I 

Maintenance II 

Maintenance III 

Business Machine Maintenance I 

Business Machine Maintenance II 

Business Machine Maintenance III 

Marine Occupations I 

Marine Occupations II 

Marine Occupations III 

Graphics & Industrial Communications I 

Graphics & Industrial Communications II 

Graphics & Industrial Communications III 

Photography I 

Photography II 

Photography III 



No. of 


Student 


Classes 


Membership 


13 


136 


164 


2,522 


156 


2,021 


103 


1,114 


54 


825 


39 


535 


27 


2R9 


35 


509 


20 


268 


9 


88 


2 


25 


?12 


3,372 


178 


2,423 


125 


1,316 


4 


71 


289 


4,803 


152 


2,059 


77 


813 


2 


35 


8 


J 04 


4 


41 


48 


781 


44 


568 


33 


358 


1 


8 


1 


14 


118 


1,839 


60 


764 


27 


298 


16 


251 


7 


105 


7 


75 


23 


563 


38 


597 


22 


325 


27 


403 


25 


306 


20 


193 


1 


Q 


2 


9 


1 


5 


10 


176 


7 


96 


9 


90 


112 


1,865 


78 


1,060 


36 


367 


4 


64 


1 


14 


7 


110 



1-80 



Table 32 



Course 

Trade & Industrial Education - Continued 

Tailoring I 

Tailoring II 

Textiles I 

Textiles II 

Textiles III 

Climate Control I 

Climate Control II 

Climate Control III 

Machine Shop I 

Machine Shop II 

Machine Shop III 

Sheet Metal I 

Sheet Metal II 

Welding I 

Welding II 

Welding III 

Law Enforcement I 

Law Enforcement II 

Commercial Art I 

Commercial Art II 

Commercial Art III 

TOTAL - Trade & Industrial Education 



Prevocational Education 
Special Vocational Orientation 
Special Vocational Training 
Prevocational Education 

TOTAL - Prevocational Education 



Industrial Arts Education 

Construction 

Plastics Technology (year) 

Construction (year) 

Technical Drawing & Planning (year) 

Technical Drawing & Planning (semester) 

Architectural Drawing & Planning (year) 

Architectural Drawing & Planning (semester) 

Communications (Visual & Graphic) (semester) 

Graphic Arts (year) 

Communications (Visual & Graphic) (year) 

Graphic Arts (semester) 

Basic Elec. /Electronics (year) 

Basic Elec. /Electronics (semester) 

Energy/Power & Transportation (semester) 

Energy and Power Technology (year) 

Energy/Power & Trarsporation (year) 

Energy and Power Technology (semester) 

TOTAL - Industrial Arts Education 



No. of 


Student 


Classes 


Membership 


6 




96 


4 




60 


24 




422 


20 




305 


7 




109 


10 




109 


7 




72 


4 




27 


21 




348 


22 




299 


18 




189 


1 




17 


2 




29 


27 




393 


29 




388 


25 




278 


3 




84 


1 




29 


9 




148 


5 




90 


1 




16 


4,637 


66 


,646 


49 




949 


47 




766 


4,096 


67 


,415 


4,192 


69 


,130 


67 


1 


,254 


2 




35 


17 




270 


130 


2 


,249 


31 




524 


33 




422 


4 




90 


48 




768 


22 




262 


7 




98 


11 




193 


26 




349 


12 




224 


17 




273 


23 




371 


29 




446 


9 




125 


488 


7 


,953 



1-81 



Table 32 



Course 

Special Programs 
Special Cocp Disadvantaged 
Special Coop Handicapped 
Supportive Services /Disadvantaged 
Supportive Services /Handicapped 
Not Elsewhere Classified 
Special Program/Disadvantaged 
Special Program/Handicapped 

TOTAL - Special Programs 



No, of 


Student 


Classes 


Membership 


126 


1 , 399 


70 


690 


342 


3,146 


210 


1,692 


64 


1.190 


265 


2,963 


236 


2,104 


1,313 


13,184 



1-82 



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1-83 



Part II. Local Education Agencies 



DEFINITIONS OF TERMINOLOGY USED IN STATISTICAL 
TABLES PRESENTED BY LOCAL EDUCATION AGENCIES 



NOTE: This guide has been included for use as a quick explanation of the 

sources and time frame of the information presented in this publica- 
tion by local education agencies. Please read the guide carefully 
before proceeding in order to avoid misinterpretation of the data. 

Enrollment : (ENROLL) Final enrollment for 1982-83 and first month enrollment 
for 1983-84 are presented. This information comes from the Principal's 
Monthly Report completed by each school in each local education agency. 
Caution must be taken not to compare the final enrollment to the first school 
month enrollment as enrollment only increases during the school year. 
Exceptional pupils (EXCP) reported are only those special students served in 
self-contained classrooms. Trainable mentally handicapped students are 
included in a separate column. (See page 1-1 for a definition of enrollment.) 

Average Daily Membership ; (ADM) Average daily membership is included for the 
1982-83 final average and for the first month of 1983-84. These data are also 
computed from the Principal's Monthly Report. Average daily membership is a 
more realistic figure than enrollment for general reference to pupils in 
school; average daily membership is used to compute the per pupil expenditure 
of current expense expenditures. Exceptional pupils (EXCP) reported are on"", 
those special students served in self-contained classrooms. Trainable 
mentally handicapped students (TMH) are included separately. (See page I-l 
for a definition of average daily membership.) 

Average Daily Attendance ; (ADA) Average daily attendance is included for t.. 
LEA for the final 1982-83 average and for the first month of 1983-84 and is 
also computed from the Principal's Monthly Report. Average daily attendance 
is an average of the number of students actually in attendance during the 
school year (final) or during a school month. Exceptional pupils (EXCP) 
reported are only those special students served in self-contained classrooms. 
Trainable mentally handicapped students (TMH) are included separately. (See 
page 1-2 for a definition of average daily attendance.) 

Membership Last Day : (MLD) Membership last day is presented for the last day 
of the school year for 1982-83 and is a count of the number of students 
actually in membership on the last school day of the year. Using membership 
last day, promotions can be derived by subtracting non-promotions. Member- 
ship last day is reported on the Principal's Ninth Month Report. 

Promotions and Non-Promotions ; (PROM) Promotions and (NP) Non-Promotions are 
counted on the last day of the school year. Non-promotions by grade show 
where the majority of retentions occur. Note, however, that non-promotion 
policies vary from one LEA to another. Non-promotions are reported on the 
Principal's Ninth Month Report; non-promotions subtracted from membership last 
day gives promotions. 



II-l 



High School Graduate Intentions ; A table of the post-graduate Intentions of 
high school graduates by sex and race is presented for each LEA. This 
information is collected in July of each year from high school principals and 
guidance counselors on the Public School Annual Report. This data is useful 
in deteirmining the overall trend of post-graduate activities of North Carolina 
public school graduates. It is used frequently by community colleges and 
other schools and universities for recruiting purposes. 

Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds : Current expense expendi- 
tures by source of funds for 1982-83 is based on the Annual Financial Report 
completed by each local education agency (LEA) in August after the close of 
the preceding fiscal year. From this report, current expense expenditures are 
given by source of funds and on a per pupil basis using average daily 
membership. 

Public School Personnel Summary : The table on public school personnel 
includes only full-time personnel employed by each of the local education 
agencies. The information by source of funds, sex, and race was reported this 
year on the Public School Full-Time Personnel Report; this report is our only 
source of all personnel — both instructional and non-instructional. The 
following definitions of activity assignments classifications are shown as 
they are listed on the Public School Full-Time Personnel Report: 

Officials, Administrators, and Managers - Persons who set broad 
policies, exercise overall responsibility for execution of these 
policies, or direct school operations of the school system — 
superintendent; deputy, associate, and assistant superintendents; 
school business officials; directors and administrators of district- 
wide programs, and other professional administrative staff. 

Other Teachers - Teachers who teach ungraded classes, special 
education, art, music, band, physical education, home economics, 
etc., who have not been reported as elementary or secondary teachers. 

Guidance - Student counselors and other guidance personnel. 

Psychological - Include psychologists, psychometrists , psychi- 
atrists, and psychological-social workers. 

Librarians and Audio-Visual Staff - Staff members who are respon- 
sible for school libraries, and staff members who are responsible 
for preparing, caring for, and making available to instructional 
programs, the equipment, materials, scripts, and other aids which 
assist teaching through the senses of sight and hearing. 

Consultants and Supervisors of Instruction - Staff members who 
provide leadership and expertise in the field of specialization for 
the purpose of improving the performance of teachers and other 
instructional staff. 



II-2 



Other Professional Staff - Include persons who cannot be properly 
included in other professional categories such as non-classroom 
teachers, dentists, speech therapists, school social workers, 
community workers, attendance officers, attorneys, architects, 
engineers, registered nurses, and other non- instructional staff. 

Technicians - Include computer programmers and operators, film 
inspectors, projectionists, graphic artists, drafters, engineering 
aides, licensed, practical or vocational nurses, dietitians, photo- 
graphers, radio operators, scientific assistants, technical 
illustrators, and other technicians. 

Clerical/Secretarial - Include secretaries, bookkeepers, messengers, 
office-machine operators, clerk-typists, stenographers, court tran- 
scribers, hearing reporters, statistical clerks, dispatchers, 
license distributors, payroll clerks, and kindred workers. 

Service Workers - Paraprofessionals and persons in cafeteria, main- 
tenance, transportation, custodial workers, and other maintenance 
crew, security guards, etc. 

Skilled-Crafts - Include mechanics, repairers, electricians, heavy 
equipment operators, stationary engineers, skilled machine 
operators, carpenters, compositors, and typesetters and kindred 
workers. 

Laborers - Persons who perform manual labor such as garage laborers, 
car washers, greasers, gardeners, and groundskeepers. 



II-3 



ALAMANCE 

Dr. Leonard H. Simmons, Supt. 
609 Ray Street, Box 358 
Graham, N. C. 27253 

16 Elementary Schools 
4 Secondary Schools 

5th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1982-83 




























FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


ENPCLL 


698 


702 


733 


704 


7*6 


928 


959 


998 


1009 


1037 


10 34 


933 


852 


ADM 


6a<» 


684 


716 


693 


753 


910 


939 


981 


9 97 


965 


9 82 


896 


825 


AC/> 


643 


453 


688 


666 


728 


878 


905 


936 


945 


896 


915 


835 


768 


MLD 


678 


69 2 


714 


688 


758 


903 


940 


972 


9 86 


940 


954 


870 


8 14 


PRCM 


656 


<5C 


667 


666 


734 


880 


922 


951 


971 


855 


856 


841 


/9l 


N-P 


22 


42 


47 


22 


24 


23 


18 


21 


15 


85 


98 


29 


23 


1983-84 




























FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 



TMH EXCP TOTAL 



ENROLL 615 
ADM 613 
ADA 596 



716 


696 


682 


695 


758 


899 


950 


993 


1079 


719 


694 


679 


695 


761 


898 


949 


997 


1074 


702 


679 


667 


681 


741 


8 80 


923 


965 


1018 



928 877 333 
923 873 873 
383 836 832 



80 


11433 


84 


11109 


78 


10534 


87 


10996 


67 


10527 




469 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


82 


10855 


83 


10031 


77 


10477 



1962-63 High School Gfoduote Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer School Graduates) 



4Mf!IC»N BIACK mlTC 01MIR» fUTAL AMEKI(,4N BLACK WMIIE 

;\3IAV INDIAN 



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110 





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.;lj:'.s His.'iMcs, ala:i>an utiivzs, and asian or pacific islanders 
.':-j"ES iNrc-''«i icri -JOT available, married, etc. 



II-4 



Alamance 

19d3-64 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASStG.N»<ENT SCURCE CH FINDS SEX PAre/EfHNIC CRKWN 

CLASSIFICATICN STATE FEDERAL ICCAL VCCAT TOTAL MALE FEt-ALE WFITE BLACK UTHCR 



CFFICIAL,ACfS.,yGRS. 


7 


1 


PRINCIPALS 


1^ 




ASST PRINC, TEACHING 






AS5T PRINC. NONTEACHING 


10 




ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 


179 


1* 


SECONDARY TEACHERS 


2*3 


11 


OTHER TEACHERS 






GUIDANCE 


IC 




PSYCHOLCGIC/L 






LlHRARIAN.AL'DrOVISUAL 


18 




CONSUL TANT , SUPER VI SOR 






CTHER PROFESSIONAL 






TEACHER AIDES 


IC3 


7 


TECHNICIANS 


1 




CLERICAL, SECRETARIAL 


n 


1 


SERVICE WORKERS 


«5 


31 


SKILLED CRAFTS 






tAaORERS, UNSKILLED 






TOTAL 


S't, 


AS 



12 


8 


■■. 


I" 


2 


1<» 


IS 


4 


17 


2 


10 


10 




B 


2 


l?'* 


5 


194 


166 


33 


326 


lO* 


222 


231 


*4 



1 1 

13 12-3 

2 3 



1 


1 


123 


98 


2 


3 


48 


•i2 


113 


107 



• vnCATICNAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE "AID AFPPCX II"A TELY 62.18PCT FROM STATE, 
25.64°CT FPC LOCAL. AND 12.18PCT FRCI" FEDERAL FUNGS. 

1962-63 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 

*•***••*** PER PUPIL EXPENOITORF *•••♦« 

PFRCENT I 

EDERAL LOCAL TOTAL OF TOTAI 

80.1* 225.23 1,330.85 *0.* 

17.08 *5.79 26(..44 12.6 

3.*9 tA.ii 100.96 5.2 

'.S.?* 122. ea 230.76 11.9 

*.00 2.29 7.30 .♦ 

.95 8.92 10.10 .5 

152.40 469.63 1.946.41 100.0 







AMOUNTS EXPENDED 


BY SOURCE 








****** 




FINAL 














LEA 


ADM 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 




KITAL 


STATE 


ALAMANCE COUNTY 


It. 109 














SALARIES 




11,383,119 


899,184 


2,502,059 


14 


,784,362 


1024.68 


EMPLOYEE OCNEFUS 




2,261.505 


189,690 


508,732 


2 


,959.927 


203.57 


PURtHASED SERVICES 




366,015 


38,784 


716.806 


1 


121.605 


32.95 


SUPPLIES C MATERIALS 




688,063 


510,332 


1,365,060 


2 


,563.456 


61.94 


CAPITAL OUTLAY 




11.23S 


44,490 


25.441 




81.170 


1.01 


OTHER OBJECTS 




2.574 


10,600 


99,147 




112.321 


.23 


TOTAL 




14.712,514 1 


,693.081 


5,217,245 


21 


622.841) 


1324.38 


PERCENT OF TOTAL 




66. t 


T.8 


24.1 




100.0 





II-5 



Burlington 

Dr. James E. Surratt, Supt. 
1712 Vaughn Road, Box 938 
Burlington, N. C. 27215 

8 Elementary Schools 
3 Secondary Schools 

5th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



FINAL 

ENROLL 

A0« 

ADA 

MLD 

PRCM 

N-P 



451 

431 

406 

25 



1 

47C 
44S 
463 
417 
46 



473 
456 
438 
458 
446 
12 



468 
456 
44C 
454 
44 5 
S 



553 

541 
5Z2 
536 
523 
13 



577 
571 
547 
569 
567 
2 



654 
641 
618 
640 
632 
8 



658 
648 
618 
648 
644 



8 

6 72 
661 
623 
6 58 
6 52 
6 



743 
684 
644 
66 4 
588 
76 



10 

608 
5 76 
543 
558 
4<3q 
59 



11 

521 
503 
476 
492 
455 
37 



12 TCH EXCP TOTAL 



497 
467 
46C 
478 
468 
10 



59 
58 
53 
56 
56 



49 
55 
52 

59 
55 



7471 
7240 
6893 

T16A 

oa53 

311 



1983-84 
FIRST MO K 



10 



12 THH EXCP TOTAL 



E^J!^OLL 476 

ADM 475 

ADA 457 



472 
468 
456 



440 463 451 
440 461 446 
431 449 435 



526 614 654 664 
524 611 651 661 
513 596 634 642 



7?0 


611 


545 


486 


58 


46 


7226 


712 


607 


539 


4 82 


58 


50 


7 185 


689 


594 


520 


468 


55 


48 


AO"-* 



1962-63 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Sunrvner School Graduates) 



PJSLIC 5R. IN5T NC 
PjSli; S'. C'JT-STJTE 



TOTAL AMERICAN BLACK 
INDIAN 



TOTAL 



1?1 

8 

131 



1 . 7 



PMViTC SR. INST NC 
PCIVATr 5R. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

Cr-'^ C3LL, TECH r,c 
C.C- TECH CUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE J". CCLL NC 
PklVATE JR. OUTSTATE 



TPJCb, ei;siNES5 NC 

T»AD£, 3L'SI OUTSTATE 
T3TAL 

MILITARY 

E-^PLOVMENT 

OTHERS »* 

G=;AtO TOTAL ••• 



11 ? 


113 


'o.o 


16 
1« 


3.4 
O.'f 
3.9 


8 

6 

l* 


1.7 

1.3 

3.C 


55 


11."? 


70 


15.1 



I'iCL'JDES HISPANICSi ALASKAN NATIVES, AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
»I'.CLU?E5 INFCR-IATICN NOT AVAILABLE, MARRIED, ETC. 



II-6 



Burlington 

1903-64 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY /lSSIGN^'ENT SOURCE CF FLNCS SEX RACE/ETHNIC CRIGIN 

CLASSIFICATION STATE FECERAl LCCAL VCCAT TCTAL MALE FEHALE HUTE BLACK OTI-E 



CFFICIAL,AOHS.,MGRS. 2 2 't T 1 3 1 

PRINCIPALS IC 10 5 5 9 1 

ASST PRINC, TEACHING 

ASST PRINCNONTEACHING 7 

ELEMENTARY TEACHERS If, 10 

SECONDARY TEACHERS «5 11 76 20 56 61 15 





7 


6 


1 




IT* 


15 


159 




76 


20 


56 


29 


101 


34 


67 


2 


15 

2 


1 


11 

1 



OTHER TEACHERS 56 ^ 12 29 101 34 67 89 12 

GUIDANCE IC 

PSYCHOLCGICAL 2 

LIBRARIAN, AUOICVISUAL 12 12 12 

CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 7 3 * 2 16 4 12 

CTHER PRCFESSICNJL 2 2 11 

TEACHER AIDES 82 29 23 2 136 4 132 

TECHNICIANS 

CLERICAL, SECRETARIAL 24 

SERVICE WOR.'eRS 12 30 31 73 

SKILLED CRAFTS 10 10 

LABORERS. UNSKILLED 



TOTAL 



2 


12 





31 




10 




5 


8 


125 



• VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID AFPflOX IHATELY 62.18PCT FROM STATE, 
25.fc4PCT FRCI* LOCAL, AND 12.18PCT FRCM FEPERAL FUNDS. 



1962-63 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



LEA AD1 

3JRLINGT0N CITY 
SAL4!«IES 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE »•••*•*»•* p^it pi.f'IL EXPENDITURE ••••••• 

FINAL PEPCENT 

STATE FEDERAL LOCAL TOTAL STATE FEOCRAL LOCAL TOTAL 'IF TOIAl 



7,554,428 614,351 2,248,457 10,417,236 1043.43 84.85 310. 5<. 1,438.85 65.1 



EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 1.495,136 142,750 455,059 2.093,945 205.51 19.72 52.99 289.22 

PURCHASED SERVICES 275.512 23,990 985.442 1.284.944 J8.05 3.31 I 36. U 177.47 

SUPPLIES L HArs.ULS 271,209 300.335 981.926 i. 553. 470 37.45 41.48 135.63 214.57 

CAPITAL OUTLAY 7, ,38 jQ^Qj, 230.835 258,786 I.IO 2.75 31.88 35.74 

J J CTS 50 35.282 106,446 141,778 .01 4.87 14.70 19. S8 

° **■ 9t604,272 1,136.722 5,009.165 15.750.159 1325.55 157.00 691.87 2.1.'5.43 

PERCENT CF TOTAL ^l.O j,, 3,. 8 joO.O 



II-7 



ALEXANDER 



]5r. E. Wayne Trogdon, Supt. 
100 Happy Plains Drive 
Taylorsville, N. C. 28681 

6 Elementary Schools 

1 Secondary School 

2 Combined Schools 

7th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1982-83 


































FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


A 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


ENROLL 


382 


365 


4C2 


40 8 


3S2 


434 


'*<,', 


453 


414 


390 


417 


316 


311 


15 


25 


5168 


AOM 


380 


351 


3es 


406 


379 


«28 


436 


'«39 


407 


374 


386 


299 


306 


15 


25 


5020 


AOA 


357 


335 


372 


39 1 


3f3 


411 


419 


414 


3 86 


351 


3 64 


283 


291 


13 


23 


4773 


HLO 


378 


34 2 


366 


402 


376 


426 


434 


435 


398 


366 


361 


289 


304 


14 


26 


4937 


PRCM 


362 


317 


366 


39C 


3«5 


423 


424 


412 


390 


362 


307 


27 3 


3CA 


14 


2: 


i>7ZA 


N-P 


16 


25 


20 


12 


11 


3 


10 


23 


8 


4 


54 


16 






I 


kQ3 


1983-84 


































FIRST MO 


K 


I 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTA. 


ENROLL 


331 


378 


345 


378 


401 


379 


434 


430 


425 


375 


426 


329 


2 8<f 


14 


32 


4961 


AD1 


326 


378 


344 


3 76 


398 


378 


431 


429 


4 24 


37 4 


417 


329 


2 84 


14 


31 


49 33 


ADA 


316 


369 


336 


366 


390 


370 


419 


415 


412 


36 2 


403 


318 


275 


13 


30 


479'. 



1962-63 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 19S2 Summer School Graduates) 



IHOIAS 



WHITE 0"'HER» 



TOTAL AMERICAN 
I HOI AN 



NUMBER 


pfpcifsr 


38 


12.4 


4 


1.3 


42 


13.7 


4 


1.3 


2 


0.7 


6 


2.0 


55 


!7.9 





0.0 


55 


17,9 


1 


0.3 





0.0 



P'ln.'C SR. INST NC 
PUSLi: SR. OUT-STATE 
TlITAL 

PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OUTSTATE 
TCTAL 

CCH>1 COLL, TECH NC 
C.C. TECH O'JT-STtTE 
TCTJL 

Pai VATE JR. COLl NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 



TPATc, SUSINESJ NC 
TRADE, BUSI OL'TSTATE 
T..IAL 

VILITuRY 

EMPLUVMENT 



5RAN0 TCTAL *** 



15.3 
100. C 



• I'XLJDES HISPANICS. ALASKAN NATIVES, AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
♦•INCLUDES INFCRHATION NOT AVAILABLE, M:^RRIED, ETC. 



II-8 



Alexander 

1963-64 Public School Personnel Summery 

(Full-Ume personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNfENT SCURCE CF. FLNCS SEX PACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 

CLASSIFICATION STATE FEDERAL LCCAL VCCAT TOTAL MALE FEMALE HFITE SLACK OTHF 



<! 


2 


15 


113 


11 


27 


15 


<iS 



CFFICIAL,AOKS.,MGRS. 4 1 16 

PRINCIPALS •) 9 

ASST PRiNCiTEACHING 

ASST PRINC.NONTFACHING 6 6 

ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 128 129 

SECONDARY TEACHERS 38 3B 

GTHER TEACHERS 33 9 21 63 

CUTOANCE 4 2 6 6 

PSYCHOLOGICAL 1 1 1 

LIBRARIAN. AUDIOVISUAL f 1 10 10 

CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 

OTHER PROFESSIONAL 3 3 3 

TEACHER AIDES 58 10 2 70 1 69 

TECHNICIANS 

CLERICAL, SECRETARIAL 11 11 1 23 23 

SERVICE WCRKERS IC 65 T5 10 65 

SKILLED CRAFTS * 6 10 9 1 

LABORERS, UNSKILLED 

TOTAL 317 23 83 25 'V'.S 78 370 



* VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID AF FROX If'ATEl Y 62.18PCT FROM STATE, 
25.6'iPCT FRIJH LOCAL. AND 12.18PCT FRCt« FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1 962-63 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 







AMOUNTS EXPENDED 


BY SOURCE 








**••*••••• PER 


PUPIL EX 


PENOITURE 


*••*•♦■ 


LEA 


FINAL 

AOK 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 




TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


PERCENT 
OF TOTAI 


ALEXANDER COUNTY 


3.020 






















SALARIES 




5.178,811 


447. ISO 


591.589 


6 


217,550 


1031.64 


89.07 


117.85 


1.218.56 


6 7.8 


EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 




i.ci.eoo 


81.591 


113.314 


1 


236.705 


207.53 


16.25 


22.57 


246.35 


13.4 


PURCHASED SERVICES 




139.559 


37.589 


19B. 138 




375.287 


27.80 


7.49 


39.4 7 


74.76 


4.1 


SUPPLIES t MATERIALS 




318.912 


307.142 


619,686 


1 


,2'.5,74l 


63.53 


61.18 


123.44 


248.15 


»3.6 


CAPITAL OUTLAY 




10,053 


3.027 


2.113 




15,194 


2.00 


.60 


.42 


3.02 


.2 


OTHER OBJECTS 




1,20* 


23.617 


61.033 




85,854 


.24 


4,70 


12.16 


17.10 


.9 


TOTAL 




6.690,339 


900.117 


1.585.874 


9 


,176,3 30 


1332.74 


179.29 


315.91 


1.827.94 


100.0 


PERCENT OF TOTAL 




72.9 


9.8 


17.3 




100.0 













II-9 



ALLEGHANY 

John F. Woodruff, Supt. 
One Peachtree Street 
Sparta, N. C. 28675 

3 Elementary Schools 
1 Secondary School 

7th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1992-83 


































FINAL 


K 


I 


2 


3 


1 


5 


6 


7 


e 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


ENROLL 


122 


122 


126 


131 


137 


161 


130 


156 


138 


149 


145 


148 


113 


10 




1788 


ADM 


118 


lie 


126 


12« 


135 


160 


128 


153 


137 


148 


138 


141 


1C9 


8 




1743 


ADA 


107 


112 


11<5 


118 


131 


153 


124 


146 


132 


142 


134 


136 


1C6 


7 




1667 


MLO 


X17 


117 


128 


12 2 


136 


157 


126 


154 


139 


146 


133 


135 


1C9 


6 




1727 


PRCM 


115 


116 


12? 


121 


131 


157 


126 


154 


137 


140 


X22 


118 


ICS 


8 




J1682 


N-P 


2 


1 




1 


5 








2 


6 


11 


17 








45 


1983-8'» 


































FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 



EMROLL 124 116 115 125 126 128 162 126 159 146 152 136 110 8 
ADS 124 115 115 124 125 128 161 126 158 146 151 136 110 8 
ADA 121 111 112 120 123 124 157 123 155 142 148 133 108 8 



1733 
1727 
1685 



i 962-60 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer Sdhod Graduatee) 



AlERfCiN BLACK 
INDIAV 



TOTAL AMERICAN BLACK 
INDIAN 



PUBLIC SR. INST NC 

PJPLIC Sf<. CUT-ST.\TE 

TcrAL 

fi IVATE SR. INST NC 
PP IVATE SR. OUTSTATE 
TCTAL 

CCX^' ;OLL, TECH NC 
C.I.. TECH CUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

TRADE, BUSINESS NC 
T^AOE. SJSI OUTSTATE 
TCTAL 

MIL ITARY 

EMPLCTMENT 

OTHERS •• 

GRAND TOTAL »•• 







TOTAL 


TOTAL 


NUMBER 


PERCENT 


1 


21 
1 


Ifl.* 
0." 


q 


72 


19.3 


4 

I 


6 

1 


5.3 

0.9 


5 


7 


6.1 


19 


30 


26.3 


3 


3 


2.6 


22 


33 


23.9 








0.0 








0.0 








0.0 


A 


6 


5.3 








0.0 


4 


6 


5. 3 


2 


7 


6.1 


19 


39 


34.2 








CO 


61 


11* 


100,0 



» INCLUDES HISPANICSt ALASKAN NATIVES, ANO ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
••INCLUDES INFCR.XATICN NOT AVAILABLE. MARRIED, ETC. 



11-10 



Alleghany 

1963-84 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNHENT SOURCE CF FUNDS SEX RACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 

CLASSIFICATtCK STATE FECERAL LCCAL VCCAT TOTAL MALE FEHALE WUTE BLACK CTHE 



CFFICI»L,«C»'S..fGRS. 1 1 1 

PRINCIPALS 4 « 3 
ASST PRINC. TEACHING 

ASST PRINC, NONIEACHING 2 2 2 

ELEMENTARY TEAChERS 51 5 3 50 13 

SECONDARY TEACHERS 21 I 12 34 19 

OTHER TEACHERS 2 2 2 

GUIDANCE 1 1 

PSYCHOLOGICAL 1 1 

LIBRARIAN. ALDIOVISUAL 3 3 

CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 1 \ I 

OTHER PROFESSIONAL .11 2 

TEACHER AIDES 18 1 2 21 
TECHNICIANS 



1 


1 


18 


1 


6 


1 2 


9 


18 



1 




3 








1 


21 



CLERICAL, SECRETARIAL 

SERVICE WORKERS 9 18 57 

SKILLED CRAFTS 3 3 

LABORERS, UNSKILLED 

TOTAL 121 10 26 1* 171 



« VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID AFPBOX IfATELY 62.1UPCT FROM STATE, 
25.64PCI FROM LOCAL, AND li.lflPCT FRC^i FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1962-63 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 

• •••••••*• PEK PUPIL EXPENDITURE 





AMOUNTS EXPENDED 


BY SOURCE 


FINAL 






AOK 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


1,7*3 








1,991,500 


207,690 




387.282 


49,687 




26,811 


14,552 




182,097 


108,982 




5,37* 


8,584 




46 3 


2,255 




2,593,527 


391,750 




70.1 


IU.6 



PERCENT 
LEA AOK STATE FEDERAL LOCAL TOTAL STATE FEDERAL LOCAL TOTAL OF TOTAL 

ALLEGHANY COUNTY 

SALARIES 

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 

PURCHASED SERVICES 

SUPPLIES t MATERIALS 

CAPITAL OUTLAY 

OTHER OBJECTS 

TOTAL 

PERCENT OF TOTAL 



297,900 


2 


,497,090 


1142 


57 


119.16 


170 


91 


1.432 


64 


67 


5 


71,137 




508,106 


222 


19 


26.51 


40 


81 


291 


51 


13 


8 


88,342 




129,704 


15 


.38 


8.35 


50 


68 


74 


41 


3 


5 


223,455 




514,534 


104 


.47 


62.53 


128 


20 


2 95 


20 


13 


9 


5.014 




18.973 


3 


08 


4.93 


2. 


68 


10 


89 




5 


25,852 




28,570 




27 


1.29 


14 


83 


16 


39 




S 


711,699 


3 


,696,976 


14 87 


96 


224.77 


408 


31 


2,121 


04 


100 





19.3 




100.0 





















11-11 



ANSON 

Arthur C. Summers, Supt. 
Camden Road, Box 719 
Wadesboro, N. C. 28170 

8 Elementary School 
1 Secondary School 
1 Combined School 

6th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1962-83 






























FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


« 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


ENROLL 


377 


385 


43^ 


40 7 


424 


402 


419 


438 


423 


424 


426 


401 


335 


28 


AOH 


371 


379 


419 


39 5 


424 


403 


412 


430 


4 12 


40 8 


402 


39 


320 


28 


ADA 


350 


36C 


4C6 


38 1 


4C8 


369 


396 


412 


396 


392 


384 


378 


320 


25 


MLO 


369 


?8C 


418 


389 


412 


404 


415 


423 


408 


399 


385 


382 


323 


28 


PRCM 


367 


3^2 


399 


359 


4C1 


38C 


406 


370 


363 


364 


355 


361 


323 


28 


N-P 


2 


36 


19 


30 


U 


24 


9 


53 


45 


35 


30 


21 






1982-8A 






























FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


ENROLL 


378 


A24 


366 


441 


369 


417 


388 


438 


4 14 


43 5 


40 6 


362 


369 


22 


AOV 


378 


421 


366 


439 


369 


415 


3 87 


436 


414 


43 


403 


358 


368 


23 


ADA 


367 


409 


358 


432 


361 


406 


381 


426 


403 


389 


392 


351 


361 


23 



TOTAL 

5333 
5203 
4997 
5135 
4318 
317 



EXCP TOTAL 

5201 
5177 
505? 



i 962-63 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer School GraciuAtoe) 



TOTAL AMERICAN 
INDIAN 



P'J?'. IC SP. INST NC 
I'.l i| i: SK. OUI-.S'^ATE 



1' . ^ 

7.7 



PS.I VATE 5R. INST NC 
P;!IVAr£ SR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

C3M>' ;dlL, tech NC 
C.C. TECH GUT-STATE 
TCTAL 

P^IVATC JR. CCIL NC 
'^IVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

TRAPC, BUSINESS NC 
TRArir. SUSI OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

»;ILI TARY 

E''PLOr«£NT 

OTHERS •* 

GRAND TCTAL **» 



1 


3 








1 


J 


2 


c 








2 


■^ 


16 


6 


15 


9 


10 


8 


!00 






• INCLUDES HISPANICS. ALASKAN NATIVES. AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
♦'INCLUDES INFORMATION NOT AVAILABLE, MARRIED, ETC. 



11-12 



Anson 

19d3-d4 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNfENT SCURCE Cf FUNOS SEX ««Cf/ETHNIC CPIG!N 

CLASSIFICAT ICK STATE fECERAl LCCAL VCCAT TOTAL MALE FEMALE WHITE SLACK UThE 

CFFICIAL,ACfS,,HGRS. SI I 1 1 7 * 9 2 

PRINCIPALS IC 10 8 2 7 3 

ASST PRINC.TEACHING 

ASST PRINCNONTEACHING '> 

ELEMENTARY TEACt-ERS 132 5 3 * 

SECONDARY TEACHERS 53 5 ?0 

OTHER TEACHERS 2C 18 

GUIDANCE 4 1 

PSYCHOLCGICAL 1 

LIBRARIAN, ALOICVISUAL 10 

CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 1 1 

CTHER PROFESSICNAL * 2 6 1 S 3 3 

TEACHER AICES 5^ 3 2 b', I bi 29 35 

TECH^.'ICIA^s 

CLERICAL. SECRETARIAL 1-^18 12^ ?« 20 -> 

SERVICE WORKERS 25 74 9*9 39 60 AT 'A 



<, 


3 


I 


«'. 


13 


131 


78 


33 


45 


38 


4 


3* 


5 


1 


4 


10 




10 


2 




2 



SKIILEC CRAFTS 
LABORERS. UNSKILLED 

TOTAL 



1 



» VOCATICNAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID A FPfiCX I^A TELY 62.18PCT FROM STATE, 
25.b',?C1 FRCC LOCAL, AND 12.18PCI FRCM FEDERAL FUNDS. 

19d2-dd Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 

AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE •««»«»»»» pjR PUPIL EXPENDITURE 



LEA 


FINAL 

ADM 




STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 




TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


ANSON COUNTY 


5.203 






















SALARIES 




5 


.555,762 


893,503 


68^,7^2 


7 


.13*,0O7 


1067.80 


171.73 


131.61 


1,371.14 


EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 




I 


.101.176 


201.2'.8 


l'.6,075 


I 


,♦♦8, 4 99 


211.64 


38.68 


28.08 


273.40 


PURCHASED SERVICES 






80,925 


47,327 


271,911 




♦00.163 


15.55 


9.10 


52.26 


76.91 


SUPPLIES C MATERIALS 






♦42.559 


♦01,699 


566,191 


1 


,410.449 


85.06 


77.21 


108.82 


271.09 


CAPITAL OUTLAY 






16,708 


32.862 


3,978 




53,543 


3.21 


6.32 


.76 


10.29 


OTH£R OBJECTS 






1,266 


♦ 87 


♦9,514 




51,267 


.24 


.09 


9.52 


9.85 


T0I4L 




7 


198,396 


1,577,126 


1. 722,^11 


10 


,497.933 


1383.50 


303.13 


331-05 


2,017.68 


PERCENT OF TOTAL 






68.6 


15.0 


16. ♦ 




100.0 











68.0 

13.8 

3.8 

13.4 



11-13 



ASHE 

Dr. Roger H. Jackson, Supt. 
Box 604, Administration Bldg. 
Jefferson, N. C. 28640 

7 Elementary Schools 
4 Secondary Schools 

7th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1982-83 


































FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


1 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TKH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


ENROLL 


326 


276 


2SC 


317 


3C9 


311 


343 


333 


346 


36 4 


339 


315 


277 


18 




4166 


AOM 


318 


273 


284 


311 


3C1 


310 


337 


332 


342 


349 


314 


297 


2t8 


17 




4053 


ADA 


288 


25fc 


26t 


294 


2£7 


2S2 


321 


311 


317 


322 


295 


274 


248 


15 




3786 


MLD 


31<» 


271 


283 


31C 


3C2 


312 


339 


334 


343 


338 


297 


288 


2<5 


17 




4018 


PRCM 


315 


261 


27? 


30 4 


2S5 


3C9 


338 


324 


3 38 


314 


2 89 


278 


264 


17 




3918 


N-P 


4 


IC 


11 


6 


7 


3 


1 


10 


5 


24 


8 


10 


1 






100 


1983-84 


































FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 



ENROLL 278 333 277 282 308 296 312 
ADK 276 332 274 280 308 296 311 
ADA 264 318 266 271 299 285 304 



351 


326 


3&1 


321 


29 5 


2 83 


18 


4 041 


350 


325 


357 


318 


292 


282 


17 


4018 


339 


313 


339 


301 


279 


266 


15 


^05Q 



'f 962-63 High School Graduate intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer School Graduates) 



AMERICAN 
I NDIAN 



TOTAL AMERICAN BLACH 
INOI AN 



TOTAL 
TOTAL NUMBER prt-C^N' 



PVPLi: SH. INST NC 

P'J=Li: SR. OUT-STATF 
U'TAL 

PSr/AIE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. DUTSTATE 
'OTAL 



2.1 

0.4 
3.1 



:CLL, TECH NC 
:ECH OUT-STATE 



17.7 
'.7.6 



PF IVATE 
PRIVATE 
TOTAL 



COLL NC 
OUTSTATE 



T^A?E, BUSINESS NC 
TRir?, 3USI I^UTSTATE 
TCTAL 

MILITARY 

E-fiar-lENT 



18 
143 



1.1 
I.l 



Q 


2 


36 


3 


1 1. 


1 


IOC) 






• INCLUDES HISPANICS, ALASKAN MTIVES, AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
••INCLUDES INFORMATION SOT AVAILABLE, MARRIED, ETC. 



11-14 



Ashe 

1 963-64 Public School Personnel Summory 

(Full-time personnel cily) 



ACTIVITY ASSlCNfENT SCURCE CF fLNCS SEX PACE/ETHNIC CRIGIN 

CLASSIFICATICK STATE fEOERAl LCC/L VCCAT TflTAL MALE EEI»ALE WUTE BLACK OTHER 

CFFlCIAL.ACfS,,HGRS. 3 1116 5 16 

PRINCI)>ALS 11 11 11 11 

ASST PRIMC, TEACHING 6 6 5 16 

ASST PRINC.NONIEACHINC 

ELEMENIAIkY TEACHERS ^8 2 100 21 79 99 1 

SECONDARY TEACHERS 38 11 «9 29 20 A8 1 

CTHER TEACHERS 18 19 6 17 60 21 J9 60 

GUIDANCE f 15 2 3 5 

PSYCHOICGICAL 2 2 2 2 

LIBRARIAN, AUDIOVISUAL 10 10 10 10 

CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 11 2 2 2 

CTHER PRCFESSICNAL 4 2 6 3 3 6 

TEACHER AICES *7 6 3 * 60 5 55 60 

TECHNICIANS 

CLERICAL. SECRETARIAL 12 2 3 1 18 1 17 18 

SERVICE WCRKERS 20 52 12 26 46 72 

SKILLED CRAFTS 

LABORERS. UNSKILLED 

TOTAL 27« 29 69 35 «07 129 278 «05 2 

* VOCATICNAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID AFPROX IKA TEL Y 62.18PCT FROM STATE, 

25.6<.PCT FRCN LOCAL, AND 12.18PCT FRCP FEDERAL FUNDS. 

1 962-60 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 

AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE »»»»•»♦♦•• peR PUPIL EXPEMDITURF ♦•*••••• 





FINAL 




















PERCENT 


LC* 


AOH 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 




TOTAL 


STATE 


FEOERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


OF TOTAL 


ASHE COUNTY 


4.053 






















SALARIES 




4,620,851 


725.135 


639,100 


5 


,985,086 


1140.11 


178. "Jl 


15r,69 


1,476.71 


70.0 


EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 




913,978 


16<.,*22 


123.891 


1 


.202.291 


2 25.51 


<.0-57 


30.57 


296.65 


14.1 


PURCHASED SERVICES 




111,569 


14,223 


133,142 




258,934 


27.53 


3.51 


32.8 5 


<.3.r)9 


3.0 


SUPPLIhS C MATERIALS 




32*, 870 


287,144 


391,464 


1 


,003,478 


80.16 


70.85 


96.59 


247.60 


Il.T 


CAPl lAL OUTLAY 




8,463 


14,278 


19,739 




42,4 79 


2.09 


3.52 


4.87 


10.48 


.5 


OTHtR OBJECTS 




1,633 


19,458 


34,687 




55,777 


.40 


4,80 


8. 56 


13.76 


.7 


TOTAL 




5,981,365 


1,224,659 


1,342,023 


8 


,548.046 


1475.80 


302,16 


331.13 


2,10<>.09 


100. 


PERCENT OF TOTAL 




70.0 


14.3 


15.7 




100. 













11-15 



AVERY 



Dr. Jerry R. Fee, Supt. 
Box 397, Highway 194W 
Newland, N. C. 28657 

8 Elementary Schools 
1 Secondary School 

7th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1982-83 




























FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


1 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


ENROLL 


2?3 


20*1 


1S6 


223 


21,6 


226 


265 


239 


2 77 


317 


2 73 


194 


193 


ACM 


217 


197 


189 


218 


2^0 


217 


263 


234 


2 70 


284 


246 


178 


182 


ADA 


19-4 


177 


17A 


20C 


223 


2C1 


2^*6 


216 


247 


254 


2 26 


166 


17C 


MLD 


216 


192 


189 


22C 


238 


213 


265 


236 


2 69 


278 


242 


174 


180 


PRCM 


21<. 


191 


18^ 


219 


232 


212 


265 


233 


2 68 


255 


225 


171 


180 


N-P 


2 


1 


5 


1 


6 


I 




3 


1 


23 


17 


3 




1983- 8A 




























F IRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


U 


12 



ENROLL 208 
AOH 207 
ADA 194 



TMH EXCP TOTAL 



222 


198 


192 


228 


239 


213 


274 


241 


278 


268 


222 


183 


220 


195 


19 1 


226 


235 


211 


271 


240 


27 6 


265 


218 


ISO 


210 


185 


180 


216 


223 


201 


256 


221 


252 


24S 


208 


171 



19 


3095 


18 


2953 


15 


2709 


18 


2930 


18 


2867 




63 



TMH EXCP TOTAL 

8 15 2989 

8 14 2957 

8 13 2784 



1 962-63 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer School Graduates) 



- 


- — - 


--- — 


— --_ 


t 


INOIAV 


ELACK 


PU3UIC SR. INST NC 
>- !!■'. I . SB. nuT-STATr 
T lAL 




c 
c 









P^IViTE SR. INST NC 
P= IVAl E '.R. OUTSTSTE 
TCTAL 





C 

c 







CC-M :OLL, TECH MC 
C-C. TECH C?jT-SrATE 
TOTAL 






c 

C 







PRIVATE JR. CCLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 














TRAOE, EL'SINESS NC 
TiArE, EUSI OUTSTATE 
TCTiL 




c 









MIL ITAO Y 




c 





'=VPL3irKENT 











TOTAL AMERICAN BLAC< 
INDIAN 



N'JMBEB 


PERCENT 


17 


71.0 


1 


0.4 


38 


;■ 1 . 6 


h 


"^.A 


1 


o.c 


7 


'..0 


'.B 


?7.3 





0.0 


".S 


27.^ 


!* 


e.o 





0.0 


14 


e.o 


A 


?.s 


5 


2.8 


9 


5.1 


9 


5.1 


3<. 


1^.3 


17 


9. 7 


176 


lO'J.O 



I\CLU3ES HISPANICS, ALASKAN NATIVES, AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
'INCLUDES INFCRMATION NOT AVAILABLE, MARRIED, ETC. 



11-16 



Avery 

1963-64 Public School Personnel Summery 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVI7V «SSIGNKENT SOURCE Cf FCNCS SEX PACE/ETHNtC ORIGIN 

CLASSIFICATICN STATE fECERAL ICCAL VCCAT TOTAL MALE f=EfALE WUTE BlAC< CTHF 



CFFICIAL,ACf'S.,t'GRS. 


t, 


PRINCIPALS 


9 


ASST PRINC, TEACHING 


1 


«SST PRINC, NONTEACHING 


I 


ELEHENTARY TEACHERS 


71 


SECONDARY TEACHERS 


31 


CTHER TEACHERS 


It 


GUIDANCE 


2 


PSYCHOLOGICAL 




LIBRARIAN.ALDIOVISUAL 


S 


CONSULT ANT, SUPER VI SDR 




OTHER PKCfESSICNAL 


1 


TEACHER AIDES 


31 


TECHNICIANS 




CLERICAL, SECRETARIAL 


10 


SERVICE WCRKERS 


IC 


SKILLED CRAFTS 


'I 


LABORERS. UNSKILLED 




TOTAL 


?cc 



1 1 1 

34 ^', 3« 



5 1 18 
32 *2 

6 10 



» VUCATICNAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAIC AFPROX ICATELY 62.18PCT FROM STATE, 
25.6*PCT FRCf LOCAL. AND I2.18PCT FRQW FEDERAL FUNOS. 

1962-63 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 

AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE 

FINAL 
LE* AOK STATE FEDERAL 

AVERY COUNTY 2,953 

^*'-*'"'-S 3. 248. Ml 508,072 

!^MPLOVEE BENEFITS 59*,689 90,919 

P'j^tCHASEO SERVICES 27,071 22.50* 

SUPPLIES t MATERIALS 279,192 2*8.993 

CAPITAL OUTLAY 3,722 ^^Oj3 

OTHER OBJECTS 637 15.973 

^°'*'- 4,153.95* 890. *73 

PERCENT OF TOTAL 70.8 15.2 







• »«•«•• 


••• PER 


PUPIL EXPENDITURE 
















PERCENT 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


OF TOTAL 


292. 8BI 


*.0*9,59* 


1100.12 


172.05 


99.18 


1.371.35 


69.0 


97.86* 


783, *72 


201.38 


30.79 


33.1* 


265.11 


13.5 


132,869 


182. **5 


9.17 


7.62 


**.99 


61.78 


3.1 


229,506 


757,691 


9*. 55 


8*. 32 


77.72 


256.59 


12.9 


6.300 


1*,035 


1.26 


1.36 


2.13 


*.75 


.2 


61.902 


78,512 


.22 


5.*l 


20.96 


26.59 


1.3 


821.322 


5,865,7*9 


1*06.70 


301.55 


278.12 


1,966.37 


100. 


1*.0 


100.0 













11-17 



BEAUFORT 

Clifton L. Toler, Jr., Supt. 
Box 1867, 321 Smaw Road 
Washington, N. C. 27889 

5 Elementary Schools 
2 Secondary Schools 
2 Combined Schools 

1st Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1982-83 


































FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


« 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


U 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


ENROLL 


3Tt 


3<3 8 


339 


367 


327 


357 


4C4 


355 


3 74 


359 


348 


29 


323 


8 


7 


4630 


ADM 


368 


39C 


337 


362 


324 


347 


4C1 


350 


364 


342 


331 


279 


3 16 


8 


7 


4526 


ACA 


347 


374 


325 


35C 


316 


336 


385 


336 


347 


326 


313 


264 


2S8 


8 


7 


4332 


MLO 


365 


387 


336 


360 


323 


348 


395 


351 


3 64 


338 


322 


276 


313 


8 


8 


4494 


PRCM 


353 


36C 


3C7 


34 3 


3C0 


326 


367 


334 


3 54 


319 


294 


267 


3C4 


8 


8 


4244 


N-P 


12 


27 


29 


17 


23 


22 


28 


17 


10 


19 


23 


9 


9 






250 


1983-84 


































FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 



ENROLL 315 379 392 327 361 320 350 384 343 374 340 306 286 
ADX 310 376 390 324 360 318 349 382 337 368 337 300 280 

ADA 300 366 382 3 19 352 310 341 371 322 354 318 284 264 



7 10 4494 

7 10 4448 

6 10 4299 



1 962-60 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer School Graduates) 



AMER ICAN 
INDIAN 



TQ1AL AMERICAN 
INDIAN 



^CIAL 
VU'-'BFP PFf.FNT 



PJSLIC S^i. INST NC 

PJ=L!; SK. OUT-STATE 
TCIAL 



PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVA'E SR. OUTSTATE 
TCTAL 

coil COLL, T?CK NC 

C. C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TCTAL 



24.5 

0.0 

24.5 



PRIVATE JR. CCLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

TCA;E, BUSINESS NC 
TRAOE, EUSI OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

MILI TARY 

EXOLQVMENT 

OTHERS •• 

r.RA\3 TOTAL ••• 



2.3 
1.7 
4.0 

1.3 
1.7 

3.0 

I 4. 9 

27.2 

5.S 

100.0 



INCLU-^ES HISPANICSt AL*SKA\ NATIVES, AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
>INC..UC:S INFORMATION NOT AVAILABLE, MAP.RIEO, ETC. 



II-l! 



Beaufort 

i 963-64 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNt-ENT SCURC E Cf FtNOS SEX PACE/ETHNIC CRICIN 

CLASSIf ICATICN STATE fECERAL LCCAL VCCAT TOTAL MALE FEMALE HHIE BLACK UTHF 

CFFICIAL,/iOfS.,HGRS. 4 I 5 3 2 ^i I 

PRINCIPALS S 9 9 6 3 

ASST PRINC, TEACHING A 4 3 12 2 

ASST PRINC, KONTEACHING 1 111 

ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 115 13 1 129 17 112 96 33 

SECONDARY TEACHERS 38 5 20 63 28 35 5A 9 

OTHER TEACHERS 21 5 26 <. 22 23 3 

GUIDANCE 4 1 5 2 3 3 2 

PSYCHOLCGICAL 1 111 

LIBRARIAN. AUOtCVISUAL 9 9 1 8 S 1 

CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 11 2 2 2 

CTHEP PROFESSIONAL 7 1 8 8 7 1 

TEACHER AIDES , 55 5 5 1 66 66 32 34 
TECHNICIANS 

CLERICAL, SECRETARIAL IC 2 8 20 20 19 I 

SERVICE WORKERS 18 59 t7 15 62 38 39 

SKILLED CRAFTS 8 7 15 15 ' 14 1 
LABORERS, UNSKILLED 

TOTAL ^rs ^n ti ji i^t^n no -i^t -jin i ir\ 



• VnCATICNAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 62.13PCT FRCi STATE. 
25.64PCI FRCM LOCAL. AND 12.18PCT FRCM FEDERAL FINDS. 

i 962-63 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 

AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE »*»••»»»•• per PUPIL EXPENDITURE •••»»»»i 

PE^CENT 

STATE FEDERAL LOCAL TOTAL OF TOTAL 

5. 99*, 987 1030.12 161.21 133.24 1,J24.57 ftP.7 

206.47 34.50 28. *« 260.*S I*.0 

16.10 9.23 43.62 68.95 3.6 

76.91 55.76 120.33 253.00 13.1 

1.46 2.61 .72 4.79 .2 

.07 .20 6.48 6.75 .4 

8,724,002 1331.13 263.51 332.87 1,927.51 100-0 



11-19 



LEA 


FINAL 
AOH 




STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


BEAUFORT COUNTY 


4,526 












SALARIES 




4 


,662,332 


729,622 


603,033 


5. 99*, 987 


EMfuOYEE BENCFITS 






934,491 


156,169 


128.902 


1,219.562 


PURCHASED SERVICES 






72,86 8 


41,790 


197,426 


312,01)3 


SUPPLIES C MATERIALS 






348,109 


252,379 


544,591 


1,145,079 


CAPITAL OUTLAY 






6,624 


11.830 


3,274 


21,728 


OTHER OBJECTS 






334 


912 


29,316 


30,562 


TOTAL 




6,024.759 


1,192,701 


1,506,542 


8,724,002 


PERCENT CF TOTAL 






69.0 


13.7 


17.3 


100.0 



Washington 



Dr. Kenneth F. England, Supt. 
308 Seventh Street 
Washington, N. C. 27889 

3 Elementar)^ Schools 
1 Secondary School 
1 Combined School 

1st Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1982-83 


































FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


THH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


ENRCLL 


309 


293 


Zib 


287 


2<:.5 


3C6 


328 


368 


3 29 


342 


317 


287 


275 


6 


7 


4035 


AOM 


300 


291 


285 


278 


2E6 


2S7 


323 


360 


313 


302 


285 


268 


268 


5 


7 


3368 


ADA 


286 


281 


275 


268 


276 


289 


312 


346 


297 


286 


266 


24 5 


251 


5 


7 


3690 


HLO 


298 


26"; 


285 


276 


263 


296 


317 


359 


303 


295 


271 


258 


267 


4 


7 


1308 


PRQH 


274 


268 


273 


26 5 


262 


293 


314 


330 


268 


270 


254 


251 


2tl 


4 


7 


3614 


N-P 


24 


21 


li 


11 


I 


3 


3 


29 


35 


25 


17 


7 


6 






19* 


1983-84 


































FIJIST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


tota;. 


ENSOLL 


286 


309 


284 


268 


275 


287 


291 


332 


3 56 


32 2 


2 95 


256 


263 




10 


3834 


ADM 


281 


30 5 


283 


266 


275 


285 


2 89 


328 


3 54 


321 


292 


255 


260 




11 


3805 


ADA 


273 


297 


278 


260 


269 


278 


2 84 


319 


343 


33 8 


281 


242 


248 




10 


: ":"D 



1962-63 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer Schod GraduateB) 



AMC^ICeN BLACK 



TOTAL AMEPICAN 
INDIAN 



TOTAL 



p 

T 


■nLi: 

''LI. 
'AL 


SB. 


INST NC 
CUT-S^ATF 


P 

Pr 

t: 


IVATE SR. 
IVATE SR. 

"■AL 


INST Nl 
OUTSTATE 


CCMv, J 

C.C. T 
TTT.'. L 


OLL, TECi- NC 
ECH OUT-STATE 


PKIVATE J*. 
P'lVATt JR. 
TOTAL 


COLL :-lC 
OUTSTATE 


T5AD£ 
Tf ADE, 
TOTAL 


SUSI'JESS NC 
BUS! OUTSTATE 


X 


I !T»RV 






E' 


PL3V 


"ENT 






oth: rs 


** 






G'AND 


TCTAL 


.*. 





13.6 
C. 

1.9 
0.0 

l.Q 

l.*) 
o.« 

1.9 
10.1 
27.9 

9.7 

100.0 



INCLUOES H:SPA^■ICS, ALASKAN natives, ANO ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
MVCL'JCES INFCR^^ATIL;N NOT AVAILABLE, (CARRIED, ETC. 



11-20 



Washington City 



19d3-64 Public School Personnel Summofy 

(Full-Ume personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNKENT 



SCURCE CF FLNCS 



RACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 



CLASSIFICATICS 



STATE FEDERAL ICCAL 



FE»'ALE HUTE 



CFFICIAl,«C>'S.,MGRS. 


2 




PRINCIPALS 


C 




ASST PRINC. TEACHING 


2 




ASST PRINCNCNTEACHING 


5 




ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 


ICl 


7 


SECONDARY TEACHERS 


*c 


3 


OTHER TE»CHERS 


17 


2 


CUIOAMCE 


3 


1 


PSYCHOLCGICAL 


1 




LIBRARIAN.ALPICVISUAL 


6 




CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 


1 


2 


OTHER PROFESSIONAL 


« 




TEACHER AIDES 


43 


7 


TECHNICIANS 


1 




CLERICAL, SECRETARIAL 


U 




SERVICE WCRKERS 


16 




SKILLED CRAFTS 


1 




LABORERS, UNSKILLED 






TOTAL 


25S 


22 



7 


3 


<i 


6 


5 


I 


<. 


5 


62 


1 


61 


'lO 


16 




16 


12 



3 

1 

12 

5 

34 

7 



* VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID AFPRCX IKA TELY 62.18PCT FROM STATE, 
25.6'iPCT FRGt* LOCAL, AND 12.18PCT FRCM FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1962-63 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE 



• •4***«*** PER PUPIL EXPENDITURE 



LEA 


FINAL 

AD*' 




STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 




TOTAL 


ASHINGTON CITY 


3,868 














SALARieS 




3 


,918,722 


581,597 


844,134 


5 


344, '.53 


EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 






768,856 


113,741 


157,626 


1 


,0*0,223 


PURCHASED SERVICES 






26,3^8 


15,753 


94,660 




136,761 


SUPPLIES C MATERIALS 






282,191 


199,890 


532,597 


1 


014,677 


CAPITAL OUTLAY 






18,453 


8.821 


13,043 




40,317 


OTHER OBJECTS 






122 


16,905 


49, 453 




66,480 


TOTAL 




5 


,01*,6<»2 


936,706 


1,691,513 


7 


642,911 


PERCENT OF TOTAL 






65.6 


12.3 


22.1 




100.0 



PEP.CE'JT 
TOTAL STATE FEDERAL LOCAL TOTAL OF TOTAL 



5, 344, '.53 1013. 11 150.36 218.24 1,381.71 69.9 

198.77 29. *1 40.75 2*8.93 13.6 

6.81 4.07 24. *7 35.35 1.8 

72.96 51.68 13/. 69 262.33 13. J 

4.77 2.28 3.37 10.42 .5 

.03 *.37 12.79 17.19 ,9 

7,642,911 1296. '.5 242.17 437.31 1,975.93 100.0 



11-21 



BERTIE 

Gregory T. Todd, Supt. 

Box 10, Bertie Industrial Park 

Windsor, N. C. 27983 

7 Elementary Schools 
1 Secondary School 

1st Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1982-83 


































F IN*L 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


t 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TKH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


ENROLL 


347 


326 


326 


356 


340 


355 


342 


325 


351 


346 


358 


338 


356 


32 


45 


4543 


ADM 


338 


322 


318 


351 


334 


348 


337 


320 


3 39 


328 


3 34 


32 3 


310 


31 


49 


4412 


ADA 


320 


30? 


3C8 


341 


325 


338 


326 


303 


3 24 


29 5 


302 


291 


310 


28 


44 


4164 


HID 


337 


319 


314 


352 


325 


344 


336 


315 


3 36 


316 


318 


312 


333 


31 


50 


4348 


PRCM 


322 


294 


2?7 


338 


3C6 


308 


318 


303 


323 


249 


2 57 


297 


297 


31 


50 


3'?9C 


N-P 


15 


25 


17 


14 


29 


36 


18 


12 


13 


67 


61 


15 


36 






358 


1983-84 
FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTA. 


ENROLL 


327 


344 


314 


313 


372 


346 


335 


333 


305 


39 5 


312 


255 


3 26 


26 


48 


4351 


AD'I 


324 


341 


314 


312 


369 


343 


331 


330 


301 


380 


2 96 


244 


313 


25 


47 


4 270 


ADA 


313 


332 


307 


304 


359 


333 


321 


317 


287 


341 


2 67 


224 


2 79 


23 


44 


4051 



1982-83 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 19ffi Summer School Graduate) 



AMERICAN BLACK 
ISJIAK 



TOTAL AMERICAN BLAC< 
INDIAN 



Pl.'?LTC SK. IN5T '.C 

p.Ti i: <;p . nuT-'.fAir 

TCTAL 

PRIVATE SR. INST NT 
PRIVATE SR. CUTSTATE 
T?TAL 

ZC" :OLL. TECH NC 

C.C. lECH CUT-STATE 



2r.i 

0. i 
21.1 



PRIVATE JR. CCLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 



0. 
3.? 



TRiOE. BUSINESS NC 
T?1DE. BUSI OUTSTATE 



0.3 
0.3 



11L1 FARY 
E'PLnrMENT 



36.4 



;a\D ""OTAL 



!r-^LJ3ES HISOANICSf ALASKAN N4TIVES. AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
'INCLUDES INFCRMATION NOT AVAILABLE, MARRIED, ETC. 



11-22 



Bertie 

1963-64 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT SCURCE CF FLNCS SEX PACE/ETHMIC ORIGIN 



CLASSIFICATION STATE FECERAl LCCAL VCCAT TOTAL MALE FECALE WUTE BLACK OTHt^R 

CFFICIAL, Act's. ,MCRS. 4 1 1 6 3 3 2 'i 

PRINCIPALS 8 8 7 1 A <■ 

ASST PRINC, TEACHING 

ASSr PRINC.NONTEACHING 5 5*114 

ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 124 17 3 144 17 127 59 83 2 

SECONDARY TEACHERS 50 4 19 73 25 48 34 ?8 1 

CTHER TEACHERS 12 3 3 3 

GUIDANCE 5 16 2 4 3 3 

PSYCHCLCGICAL 

LIBRARIAN, AUDIOVISUAL 6 6 6 14 1 

CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 2 I 

OTHER PROFESSIONAL 2 2 

TEACHER AICES 57 t,2 

TECHNICIANS 1 

CLERICAL, SECRETARIAL 14 3 8 

SERVICE WORKERS 39 33 

SKILLED CRAFTS XO 

LABORERS, UNSKILLED 2 



TOTAL 



56 



99 


1 


1 


1 


25 




t2 


13 


10 


10 


2 


2 


467 


87 



2 
1 


1 
3 




34 


t5 




17 


8 




28 


44 




5 


5 
2 




91 


272 


4 



VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAIC AFPPOX II'AIELY 62.13PCT FROM STATE, 
25.64PCT FRCM LOCAL, AND U.18PCT FRCt' FEDERAL FUNDS. 

1962-60 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 

AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE »•••»»••»• per pu>il EXPENDITURE 



■ o ^i!!!'" PERCENT 

'■^* *'>'' STATE FEDERAL LOCAL TOTAL STATE FEDERAL LOCAL TOTAL OF TOTAL 

BERTIE COUNTY 4.412 

SALARIES 4,704,622 1,075,381 538,052 6,318,055 1066.32 243.74 121.95 1,432.01 70.8 

Efi»LO»EE BENEFITS 944,044 240,604 104.090 1,288.739 213.97 54-53 23.59 292.09 14.5 

PURCHASED SERVICES 47,309 73,597 194,627 315,534 10.72 16.68 44.11 71.51 3.5 

SUPPLIES t MATERIALS 381,738 250.212 201,853 833,802 86.52 56.71 45.75 186.98 9.3 

CAPITAL OUTLAY 6|015 37,677 18,726 62,418 1.36 8.54 4.24 14.14 .7 

OTHER OBJECTS 529 68,059 39.553 108,140 .12 15.43 8.96 24.51 1.2 

'°'*'- 6,084,257 1,745,530 1,096,901 8,926,688 1379.01 395.63 248.60 2,023.24 100.0 



PERCENT OF TOTAL 68.1 19.6 12.3 100.0 



11-23 



BLADEN 

W. J. Hair, Supt. 

Box 37, King St. § Courthouse Dr. 

Elizabethtown, N. C. 28337 

7 Elementary Schools 
1 Secondary School 
4 Combined Schools 

4th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1982-83 


































FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


<i 


5 


6 


7 


e 


9 


10 


U 


12 


IVH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


ENROLL 


519 


475 


46C 


47 6 


529 


492 


504 


560 


4 84 


608 


527 


468 


440 


42 


26 


6610 


ADM 


509 


466 


443 


464 


520 


490 


498 


543 


4 70 


554 


482 


42 3 


430 


38 


31 


6363 


ADA 


482 


446 


427 


44 6 


4S9 


472 


478 


516 


448 


506 


442 


391 


399 


32 


30 


6014 


MLO 


50 5 


475 


439 


466 


524 


490 


500 


535 


4 66 


531 


471 


405 


429 


37 


32 


6305 


PROM 


482 


417 


414 


454 


510 


481 


478 


469 


425 


412 


395 


384 


4C8 




5 


5734 


N-P 


23 


56 


25 


12 


14 


9 


22 


66 


41 


119 


76 


21 


21 


37 


27 


571 


1983-8<f 


































FIRST MO 


K 


I 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTA. 


ENROLL 


422 


53 8 


434 


432 


467 


5 26 


501 


511 


530 


56 7 


501 


416 


417 


38 


31 


6331 


ADM 


418 


532 


436 


431 


465 


524 


498 


506 


526 


549 


490 


40 8 


411 


37 


32 


6 263 


ADA 


403 


517 


425 


423 


457 


513 


489 


492 


5 13 


53 6 


457 


388 


391 


35 


31 


6037 



1962-60 High School Groduote Intentions 

(Inciudes 1982 Summer School Graduates) 









MALE 












FEMALE 


4"ERIC*N 

IN^IA^ 


BLACK 


WHITE 


OTHER* 


TOTAL 


AMERICAN 
INDIAN 


BLACK 


WHITE 


Pi'5LlC SR. INST NC 
PJSLI: SR. OUT-STATE 

TuMiL 


C 




1* 

1 
15 


29 

I 
30 







43 
2 









32 

1 
33 


28 



2B 


?l-IVATe SR. INST NC 
PSIVATE SS. 3UTSTATE 
TCTAL 


C 

c 





Z 
2 


2 

2 







2 
2 









1 
2 
3 


4 


4 


ccy.y COLL, tech nc 

C.C. TtCH OUT-STATE 
TCTAL 


c 
c 

C 


11 

11 


18 

18 







29 



29 









20 



20 


46 



46 


PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 




c 
c 






























1 
1 


2 

2 


TRA3t, BUSINESS NC 
TOACE, 6USI OUrSTATE 
TOTAL 





c 


2 

3 
5 



2 
2 








2 
5 
7 














3 
2 
5 


1ILITSRY 


c 


18 


8 





26 







6 


1 


EvPLOrHENT 





2«> 


35 





64 







19 


13 


OTHERS •• 


c 


17 


12 





29 







12 


8 


30AN3 TOTAL *** 


c 


97 


107 





204 







94 


107 





TOTAL 


NUMBEB 


PF-CE 


103 


2«,.4 


3 


0. 7 


106 


.'. ? 


7 


I. "■ 


4 


1.0 


1 1 


2.7 


95 


2-'. 5 





.0 


95 


2 3.5 


2 


0.5 


1 


<\.2 


3 


0.7 


? 


1.? 


7 


1.7 


12 


3.0 


33 


S. 1 


96 


23.7 


49 


12.1 


'0 5 


100.0 



• INCLUDES HISPANICSt ALASKAN NATIVES. AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
••INCLUDES INECRXATION NOT AVAILABLE, MARRIED, ETC. 



11-24 



Bladen 



1903-64 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT 



SOURCE CF FUNDS 



Classification 



CF»:iCIAL,ACI'S.,H€RS. 
PRINCIPALS 
ASSr PPINC, TEACHING 
ASST PRINC.NONTE«CHING 
ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 
SECONDARY TEACHERS 
CTHER TEACHERS 
GUIOANCE 
PSYCHOLOGICAL 
LIBRARIAN, ALOICVISUAL 
CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 
OTHER PPCFESSICNAL 
TEACHER AICES 
TECHNICIANS 
CLERICAL. SECRETARIAL 
SERVICE WORKERS 
5KULEC CRAFTS 
LABORERS. UNSKILLED 
TOTAL 



1C2 

10: 



RACE/ETHNIC CRItIN 



STATE FEDERAL ICCAL VCCAT TOTAL 



3 
IZ 

7 
225 
117 



2* 




U3 


*1 


20 


20 



FE^'ALE WHTf 



2 


3 


19* 


127 


68 


7* 


^ 


2 


5 


5 


1 


1 


n 


9 



13 

3 
369 



» vnCATtCNAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID AFFROX If-A TELY 62.18PCT FR01 STATE. 
25.6A^CT FRCK LOCAL, AND 12.18PCT FRCM FEPERAL FUNIS. 



1962-60 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



ANOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE 



• •«•*•••»* PER PUPIL EXPENDITURE 



LEA 


FINAL 

A0« 




STATE 


FEDERAL 




LOCAL 


BLADEN COUNTY 


6.363 












SALARIES 




6 


822.338 


1,208,850 


1 


058.168 


EMCLOYtE BENEFITS 




1 


264.999 


252,274 




32 8.207 


PURCHASED SERVICES 






193.215 


49,317 




356.886 


SUPPLIES t MATERIALS 






486,581 


471,248 




796.995 


CAPITAL OUTLAY 






14.902 


47,437 




49,098 


OTHER OBJECTS 






1.146 


49,015 




58.080 


TOTAL 




8 


783,181 


2,078,141 


2 


,647,435 


PERCENT OF TOTAL 






65.0 


15.4 




19.6 



TOTAL STATE FEDERAL LOCAL 



PERCENT 
TOTAL OF TOTAL 



9,089.356 1072.19 189.98 166.30 1,428.47 



1,845,479 198.81 

599,419 30.37 

1,754,824 76.47 

111,438 2.34 

108.240 .18 



39.65 51.56 

7.75 56.09 

74.06 125.25 

7.46 7.72 

7.70 9.13 



290.04 
94.21 

275.78 
17.52 
17.01 



13,508.757 1380.36 326.60 416.07 2,123.03 

100.0 



67.3 
13. 7 
4.4 
13.0 



11-25 



BRUNSWICK 

Dr. Ben T. Brooks, Supt. 
Star Route, Hwy. 133 
Southport, N. C. 28461 

7 Elementary Schools 
3 Secondary Schools 
1 Combined School 

2nd Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1982-83 




































FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


THH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


ENROLL 


590 


605 


662 


66 6 


6«6 


642 


711 


707 


6 76 


832 


695 


537 


5C4 




21 


22 


8536 


AOK 


557 


572 


634 


635 


636 


612 


684 


676 


639 


749 


645 


501 


49C 




19 


20 


8069 


ADA 


510 


538 


6C1 


60 7 


ec4 


583 


650 


635 


597 


685 


591 


457 


446 




16 


18 


7538 


MLC 


547 


568 


633 


637 


6*7 


613 


695 


682 


641 


711 


620 


479 


4^4 




19 


21 


8007 


PROH 


530 


532 


602 


632 


637 


6C9 


682 


660 


635 


618 


547 


454 


477 




14 


18 


7647 


N-P 


17 


36 


31 


5 


10 


4 


13 


22 


6 


93 


73 


25 


17 




5 


3 


360 


1983-84 




































FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


T 


m 


EXCP 


TOTAL 



ENROLL 587 602 575 627 662 656 641 723 670 739 702 56 1 512 
ADM 580 595 567 623 662 652 637 718 667 724 688 542 502 
ADA 561 576 553 606 647 637 620 699 643 685 656 512 472 



27 


10 


8294 


27 


10 


8194 


26 


9 


7902 



i 962-63 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer Schod Graduatee) 



PLiOLIC SR. INST NC 

PU'JLi; SR. CUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE SB. INST NC 

private sr. cutstate 
t:tal 

CC'l'l COLL, TECh NC 
C.:. 7ECH OUT-STATE 
TCTAL 

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TCTAL 

T5A0E, 3'JSrjESS \C 
TRAOE, BUSl OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

MIL! T^RY 

t-^PLDVENT 

CTHESS •» 

G^ANO TOTAL *•• 



NUMBER 


Pt'CE 


8 3 


IT.* 


1 


0.2 


nt. 


17.6 


f- 


2.9 


<. 


0.8 


18 


3.° 


50 


12.fr 


?3 


11.1 


113 


23.7 


<. 


0.0 





0.0 


<> 


o.<\ 


8 


1.7 


n 


0.0 


8 


1.7 


Ab 


"3.6 


179 


37.'; 


25 


5.2 


'.n 


100. 



I'.'CLUDES HJSPAMCS, ALASKAN NATIVES. AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
'INICLUOES INFCR■^ATION NOT AVAILABLE, ^'ARRIED, ETC. 



11-26 



Brunswick 



1963-64 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSICNKENT 



SCURCE CF FtNCS 



RACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 



CLASSIFICATION 



STATE FEOERAL LCCAL 



FEVALE SI-ITE 



CFFICIAL,AC>'S.,>'CRS. 


2 


i 




PRINCIPALS 


11 






ASST PRINC, TEACHING 


6 






ASST PRINC, NONTEACHING 


t 






ELEHENTARY TEACt-ERS 


177 


9 


6 


SECONOABV TEACHERS 


108 


6 


4 


CTHER TEACHERS 


6£ 


16 


13 


GUIDANCE 


S 




1 


PSYCHOLOGICAL 






1 


LIBRARIAN, AUOICVISUAL 


11 






CONSULTANT, SUPER VISOR 


* 


2 


2 


CTHER PROFESSICNAL 


2 


1 


2 


TEACHER AIDES 


104 


4 


9 


TECHNICIANS 


5 






CLERICAL. SECRETARIAL 


20 


3 


11 


SE-^VICE WCRKERS 


tb 


10 


26 


SKILLED CBiFTS 


8 


^ 


16 


LAPORERS, UNSKILLED 






1 


TOTAL 


6C4 


52 


S2 



194 


12 


118 


44 


106 


40 


9 


1 


11 


1 


10 


5 


5 




117 


1 


5 


4 


S* 




162 


23 


2* 


74 


763 


177 



1 

182 



11 
1 

2 56 



• VOCATIONAL TEACHERS* SALARIES ARE PAID A FPSOX IXATELY 62.18''CT FROM STATE, 
25.64PCT FRO* LOCAL, ANC 12.18PCT FRO^' FECERAL FLNOS. 



1962-63 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE 



• ****•**•* pa PUPIL EXPENDITURE •••»••*• 



LEA 


FINAL 

AOK 




STATE 


FEDERAL 




LOCAL 




TOTAL 


STATE 


FEOERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


3P.UNS.JICK COUNTY 


8t069 
























SALARIES 




8 


,237,43s 


1,202,103 


2 


,089,567 


11 


529.105 


1020.87 


148.98 


258.96 


1.428.81 


EMPLOYE? BENEFITS 




1 


.631.071 


238. 709 




419,875 


2 


.289.656 


202.14 


29.58 


52.04 


283.76 


PU^CHAjEO SERVICES 






268.683 


89.994 




835,165 


1 


193.842 


33.30 


11.15 


1C3.50 


147.95 


SJPCLI £S t MATERIALS 






569,436 


522,310 




800.018 


I 


891.765 


70.5 7 


64.73 


99.15 


234.45 


CAPITAL OUTLAY 






340 


26,077 




7.427 




33,843 


.04 


3.23 


.92 


4.19 


QTMEK OBJECTS 






1.087 


1,510 




55.983 




58.580 


.13 


.19 


6.94 


7.?6 


TOTAL 




10 


708 , 052 


2.080,704 


4 


208.036 


16 


996.792 


1327.05 


257.86 


521.51 


2,106.42 


PERClINI OF TOTAL 






63.0 


12.2 




24.8 




lOO.Q 











PERC 


NT 


CF TUTAL 


67 


8 


13 


6 


7 





11 


1 



11-27 



BUNCOMBE 

Dr. N. Andrew Miller, Supt. 
P. 0. Box 15055 
Asheville, N. C. 28813 

29 Elementary Schools 
6 Secondary Schools 
3 Combined Schools 

8th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1982-83 
FINAL 



11 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



ENROLL 1573 151? 1577 1659 1720 1822 1S94 2053 1987 2178 1812 1655 1518 100 52 23219 

AOM 1510 Md'i 1531 1517 1669 1763 1936 1991 1919 2037 1696 1560 1A76 

ADA 1381 137^ l<iA6 1527 ISei 1665 1827 1858 1785 1865 1580 I'tS't 1372 

MLO 1^94 1«7« 1525 161C 1669 1762 1927 1995 1918 1951 1640 151A 1458 

PROH 1413 1414 15C1 1586 1654 1747 1911 1933 1884 1612 1525 1418 1429 

N-P 81 60 24 24 15 15 16 62 34 339 115 96 29 



96 


49 


22314 


86 


41 


20842 


95 


49 


22081 


95 


47 


21169 




2 


912 



1983-84 
FIRST MO 



1 



4 



8 



10 



11 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



ENROLL 1561 1560 1453 1554 1619 1699 1815 1988 2004 2159 1307 1640 1504 87 50 22500 
ADM 1535 1543 1444 1546 1611 1693 1801 1975 1982 2138 1790 1627 1497 85 50 22317 
ADA 1472 1494 1400 1499 1560 1638 1738 1908 1900 2022 1716 1555 1427 79 45 21453 



1 962-63 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Indudes 1982 Summer Schod Graduate) 



AHEHIC4N 


SLACK 


WITE 


OTHER* 


TOTA 




INOIAK 
C 










Pl!1l:C SH. INST NC 


T 


1'.3 





150 


►•-"■l IC S"! . OUT-STATE 


C 


1 


•( 





4 


t TAl 


c 


8 


146 





154 


r,^:vATE SR. INST NC 


c 


2 


33 


1 


36 


PRIVATE SR. CUTSTATE 








ZZ 





22 


TOTiL 


C 


2 


b5 


1 


58 


CC"- ;OLL, TECH NC 


1 


1 


181 





183 


■:.C. TECH OUT-STATE 








2 





2 


T3TAL 


1 


1 


183 





185 


PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 








21 





21 


PFIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 








A 





4 


T^TAL 








25 





25 


T^iOE, BUSINESS NC 


C 


1 


8 


1 


10 


TOADE, BU5I OUTSTATE 








7 





7 


TOTAL 


c 


1 


15 


1 


17 


MIL !TA«Y 


1 


3 


102 





106 


EVPLOrMSNT 


I 


3 


208 


1 


213 


OTHERS *• 


1 





1* 


1 


16 


GRAND TOTAL *** 


t, 


18 


748 


4 


774 



145 

12 

157 



197 



197 



209 

1 

210 





r CTAL 


NLiMCEw 


prprfiT 


307 


20.5 


SIO 


21.f 


76 


5.1 


40 


2. 7 


116 


7.9 


39 2 


2 6. f. 


3 


C.2 


395 


26.3 


42 


2.8 


5 


0.3 


47 


3.2 


33 


2.2 


9 


0.6 


42 


2.8 


123 


8.3 


309 


26. 4 



» I'.CLUOES HISPANICS. ALASKAN NATIVES. AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
••INCLJOES INFCRHATION NOT AVAILABLE, MARRIED, ETC. 



11-28 



Buncombe 

i 9d0-64 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT SCURCE CF FUNOS SEX RACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 



CLASSIFIC<TIC^ STATE fECERAL LtCAL VCCAT TOTAL MALE FEMALE KUTE 



CFF!CIAL.AC>'S..»'GRS. 


12 


t, 


5 




21 


15 


6 


21 


PRINCIPALS 


37 








37 


30 


7 


36 


ASST PRINC, TEACHING 


2 








2 


1 


1 


2 


ASST PRINC, KONTEACHING 


21 




2 




23 


16 


7 


23 


ELE»<ENTARY TEACHERS 


53* 




13 




551 


66 


*85 


539 


SECONDARY TEACHERS 


232 




33 


52 


322 


1<.8 


17<. 


316 


OTHER TEACHEkS 


132 


57 


36 


20 


2*5 


53 


192 


236 


GUIDANCE 


27 




* 


t) 


38 


6 


32 


38 


PSYCHCLCGICAL 


4 








8 


2 


6 


8 


LIBRARIAN. AOOIOVISUAL 


33 




9 




42 


1 


*1 


A2 


• CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 


6 








6 


1 


5 


6 


CTHER PROFESSIONAL 


19 


9 


8 




36 


11 


25 


35 


TEACHER AIDES 


2tt 


8 


58 




332 


3 


329 


328 


TECHNICIANS 






5 




5 


3 


2 


5 


CLERICAL, SECRETARIAL 


15 




S3 




118 


6 


112 


11* 


SERVICE WCRKERS 


259 


I 


90 




350 


36 


26A 


336 


SKILLED CRAFTS 


17 




. ~ .*^ 




65 


65 




58 


LABORERS, UNSKILLED 


11 




20 




31 


20 


11 


27 


TOTAL 


1677 


95 


384 


76 


22 32 


533 


1699 


2170 



• VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES APE PAID APPROXIMATELY 62.18PCT FROM STATE, 
25.6'iPCT FROM LOCAL, AND 12.18PCT FRCH ffOERAL FUNDS. 



19d2-d3 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 

AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE »»*»»»»»•» per PuPU EXPENOITUPE 



FINAL 

LEA ADM STATE FEDERAL LOCAL 

SL'NCUSBE COUNTY 22,31* 

SALARIES 22,814,265 1,72*, 020 5.3*3,003 

EMPLOYtE BENEFITS *,55*,931 366,031 1,136,555 

PUItCHASEO SERVICES 116, *36 69,992 1,877.781 

SUPPLIES t MATERIALS 1,77*, 756 7*1,728 2.36S.602 

CAPITAL OdILAY 33,701 103,051 50,651 

OTHER OBJECTS 6,*83 100,387 *90.0*2 

TOTAL 29,300,572 3.105,208 11,266,63* 

PERCENT OF TOTAL 67.1 7.1 25.8 















PEPCCNI 




TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


OF IOTA 


9 


881,289 


1022. *2 


77.26 


239. *5 


1,339.13 


68.* 


6 


,057.516 


20*. 13 


16. *0 


50.93 


271. *6 


!3.9 


2 


,06*. 209 


5.22 


3.1* 


8*. 15 


S2.51 


*.7 


* 


885.086 


79.5* 


33.2* 


1C6.15 


218.93 


11.2 




187, *02 


1.51 


*.62 


2.27 


S.*0 


.* 




596.912 


.29 


*.50 


21.96 


26.75 


1.4 


3 


672, *1* 


1313.11 


139.16 


!-0*.91 


1,957.18 


100.0 




ino.o 













11-29 



Asheville 

Dr. Donald D. Jones, Supt. 
City Hall Building, Box 7347 
Asheville, N. C. 28807 

7 Elementary Schools 
2 Secondary Schools 
1 Combined School 

8th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1S82-83 


































FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


ENROLL 


^30 


414 


391 


359 


362 


355 


4C4 


384 


4 26 


432 


478 


384 


4C6 




30 


5275 


AOM 


414 


396 


38C 


34 7 


3<7 


345 


392 


375 


399 


399 


441 


352 


380 




33 


5020 


ADA 


389 


377 


361 


333 


348 


328 


375 


354 


364 


362 


407 


326 


352 




32 


4708 


MLD 


412 


397 


382 


345 


3t8 


343 


396 


376 


3 88 


366 


419 


341 


369 




35 


4957 


PRCM 


359 


37« 


36« 


330 


360 


337 


381 


371 


363 


346 


337 


316 


345 




34 


4619 


N-P 


53 


23 


16 


15 


8 


6 


15 


5 


25 


40 


82 


25 


24 




1 


338 


1983-84 


































FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 



ENPOLL 444 
AOV 437 
ADA 421 



393 


357 


369 


342 


355 


332 


383 


364 


429 


454 


40 8 


3 53 


390 


354 


362 


336 


349 


331 


378 


360 


414 


439 


39 6 


348 


379 


345 


352 


330 


337 


322 


365 


340 


383 


*!<♦ 


373 


327 



54 5037 
54 4948 
51 4739 



1962-60 High School Graduate Intentions 

(kiciudes 1962 Summer School Graduates) 









MALE 










FEMALE 








TOTAL 


tmn. ic«N 


BLACK 


WHITE 


OTHER* 


TOTAL 


AMERICAN 


BLACK 


WHITE 


OTHER* 


TOTAL 


NUMBER 


PERCENT 




IN5IA\ 
C 


1* 


36 






INDIAN 


16 


21 





45 


95 




PJLLIC SI?. INST NC 





50 





25.4 


fJBLi: SR. 0UT-ST4TE 








4 





<» 

















4 


1.1 


TLTAL 





14 


40 





54 





16 


29 





45 


99 


26.5 


P"llVftTE SR. INS'' NC 


c 


4 


4 





8 





2 


10 





12 


20 


5.3 


PRIVATE Sk. OUTSTATE 





3 


z 





5 








5 





5 


10 


2.7 


TCTAL 





7 


6 





13 





2 


15 





17 


30 


e.o 


COXM :CLL. TECH NC 


c 


6 


17 





23 





15 


22 





37 


60 


16.0 


C.C. TECH OJT-STATE 


c 


1 


2 





3 








2 





2 


5 


1.3 


TOTAL 


c 


7 


19 





26 





15 


24 





39 


65 


17.4 



private jr. coll nc 
p:^!vate jr. cutstate 

TOTAL 

trade, business nc 
trade, eusi outstate 
total 

military 

EVPLOYMENT 
OTHERS •• 
GRAND TOTAL **• 



0.0 
0.0 
0.0 

14.4 

26.7 

3.5 

100.0 



• INCLUDES HISPANICS, ALASKAN NATIVES, AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
••INCLUDES INFCRMATION NOT AVAILABLE, MARRIED, ETC. 



11-30 



ACTIVITY ASSIGKI'ENT 



CL4SSIFICATICN 



/ 



1983-64 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 

SCURCE CF FUNCS SEX 



Asheville 



RACE/ETHNIC CRIGIN 



STATE FEDERAL ICCAL VCCAT TOTAL 



HALF FEHALE WUTE 



CFFICIAL. ASP'S. ,fGRS. 
PRINCIPALS 
ASST PRINCTFACHING 
ASST PRINC.SONTEACHING 
ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 
SECONDARY TEACHERS 
CTHER TEACHERS 
GUIDANCE 
PSYCHCLCGICAL 
LIBRARIAN.AL'OICVISUAL 
CONSULT ANT, SUPER VI SDR 
CTHER PPCFESSICNAL 
TEACHER AIDES 
TECHNICIANS 
CLERICAL, SECRETARIAL 
SERVICE WCRKERS 
SKILLED CRAFTS 
LABORERS, UNSKILLED 
TOTAL 



127 

7C 



e 




2 


2 


I 
1 


1 

3 


5S 


7 


16 
1 


10 


1 


1«» 


1 




71 
13 



189 
106 



1 
30 

1* 



2 


1 


10 


1 


3 


2 


^ 


2 


20 


169 


«0 


66 



• V0CATICN4L TEACHERS* SALARIES ARE PAID AFPRCX I^A TELY 62.18PCT FRCH STATE, 
25.6'.PCT FRCC LOCAL, ANC 12.18PCT FKC*" FEDERAL FINDS. 



1962-63 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



LEA 
ASHEVILLE CITY 
SALARIES 

EMPLOTEC BENEFITS 
PURCHAStO StRVICES 
SUPPLIES t MATERIALS 
CAPITAL OUTLAY 
OTHER uBJECIS 
TOTAL 
P6RCFNT 3F TOTAL 



FINAL 
AOK 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY 50URCS 



S.3««.S53 

LOSS. 600 

356,270 

191,2'>3 

«,S89 

50 

6.955,305 

52.9 



944,753 

197,96!) 

21,235 

336,357 

20,766 

9,865 

1,530.944 

11.7 



»•«•••*••• PER PUPIL EXPENDITURE 

LOCAL TOTAL STATE FEDERAL LOCAL TOTAL 

2,656,852 8,946,158 1064.65 188.20 529.25 1,732.10 

526,932 1,783,50! 210.88 39.44 104.97 355.29 

730,235 1,107,740 70.97 4.23 145.47 220.67 

649,983 1,177,58'. 38.10 67.00 129.48 234.58 

548 25,903 .91 4.14 .11 5.16 

85,881 95,796 .01 1.97 17.11 19.09 

4,650,431 13,136,681 1385.52 304.98 926.39 2,616. «9 

35.4 100.0 



*•••*•*• 



PERCENT 
OF TOTAL 



68. 1 

13.6 

9.4 

9.0 



11-31 



BURKE 

Dr. James D. Wilson, Supt. 
Drawer 989, Parker Road 
Ntorganton, N. C. 28655 

14 Elementary Schools 
2 Secondary Schools 
9 Combined Schools 

7th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



IS82-83 
FIN*U 



1 



10 



11 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



ENROLL 

AOM 

ADA 

MLO 

PRGM 

N-P 



939 
908 
855 
895 
841 
54 



(bl 950 1015 9e9 1065 UCO 1181 1198 1098 1050 916 

923 999 981 1C56 1075 1157 1163 1049 976 86 1 

8f9 96C ^4C 1010 1033 1091 1097 987 940 828 

999 ^62 1042 1080 1144 1144 1023 924 823 773 

882 950 957 1C22 1070 1053 1048 989 839 778 

49 25 20 10 91 96 34 85 45 



84 3 
802 
e51 921 
766 
85 39" 



8C4 


84 


25 


13303 


779 


84 


26 


12880 


747 


78 


25 


12283 


773 


85 


28 


12714 


731 


85 


16 


12C27 


42 




12 


687 



1983-84 
FIRST MO 



11 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



ENROLL 841 
ADK 839 

ADA 817 



978 


805 


945 


985 


975 


803 


940 


975 


947 


783 


919 


951 



992 1072 1164 1149 1114 1374 
987 1063 1160 1136 1105 1365 
962 1035 1119 1089 1063 1035 



885 


797 


79 


23 


12903 


8^8 


790 


79 


22 


12818 


85 5 


768 


76 


21 


12440 



1962-63 High School Groduote Intentions 

(Inciuctes 1982 Summer School Graduatas) 



?l.'[>tIC SR. INST NC 

OJ3LI: SR. OUT-STATE 
TPTAL 

PF!VATE SR. INIT NC 
PRIVATE SR. OUTSTATE 
T:T AL 

CC"-< CCLL, TECK NC 

C.C. TECH CUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

CRIVATE JR. CCLL NC 
PfclVATS Jk. OUTSTATE 
TCTAL 



HITE 


OTHER' 


TOTA 


L NL'-BFiJ 


OE°CF 
















S3 





63 


123 


16.6 


? 





2 


S 


0. 7 


65 





6S 


<?•' 


17 . 3 


1 r 





IB 


33 


4. 5 


5 





5 


14 


1." 


22 





23 


*7 


6.4 


l<<b 





If, 


262 


35. 4 














0.0 


146 





16A 


262 


3 '..4 



T.'iDE, BUSINESS NC 
TKiOE, 3USI OUTSTATE 
TGTAL 

>1!LIT4RY 

EMPLOYMENT 

OTHERS «• 

G^A.'JO TCTAL *»• 



1.9 
0. 1 
2 .0 

6.4 

26.4 

5.6 
100.0 



INCLUDES HISPANICS, ALASKAN NATIVESt AND ASIAN CR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
►INCLUDES INFCR>1ATI0N NOT AVAILABLE, MARRIED, ETC. 



11-32 



Burke 

1963-64 Public School Personnel Summory 

(Full-time personnel only) 

ACTIVITV ASSIGNMENT SCUBCE CF FLNCS SEX RACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 



CLASSIFICATION STATE FEDERAL LCCAL VCCAT TOTAL MALE FEMALE WHITE 



OFFICIAL, ACfS..)'CRS. 
PRINCIPALS 
ASST PRINC. TEACHING 
ASST PRINC, NONTEACHING 
ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 
SECONDARY TEACHERS 
CTHER TEACHERS 
GUIDANCE 
PSYCHOLCGICAL 
LIBRARIAN. AUDIOVISUAL 
CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 
CTHER PROFESSIONAL 
TEACHER AICES 
TECHNICIANS 
CLERICAL. SECRETARIAL 
SERVICE WCRKERS 
SKILLED CRAFTS 
LABORERS. UNSKILLED 
TOTAL 



5 


i 






6 


6 




5 




25 








25 


23 


2 


23 




11 








11 


10 


1 


9 




2S6 


a 


2* 


* 


332 


37 


295 


310 


21 t 


lit 


5 


1* 


38 


213 


9« 


119 


203 


10 


50 


16 


6 


5 


77 


9 


68 


73 




12 


1 




2 


15 


<, 


U 


12 




1 


1 






2 


1 


I 


2 




25 




3 




28 


2 


26 


26 




6 




5 


1 


12 


5 


7 


11 




6 


* 


I 




U 


2 


9 


10 




Itl 


2 


8 




171 


2 


169 


161 


10 


38 


1 


12 


1 


52 




52 


51 




122 




M5 




267 


90 


187 


235 


32 



« VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID AFFROX If ATELY 62.13PCT FRCM STATE. 
25.6'.PCT FROM LOCAL, ANC 12.18PCT FRCM FEDERAL FUNDS. 

i 962-63 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 

AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE ♦»»»•»»»•» per Pupil EXPENDITURE •••••••• 

FINAL 
LEA ADM STATE FEDERAL LOCAL 

BURKE COUNTY 12.880 

SALARIES 13.590,425 984,986 2,963,933 

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 2,730,047 198,685 626.532 

PURCHASED SERVICES 177,791 22,788 863,619 

SUPPLIES t MATERIALS 808,619 458,537 1,375,597 

CAPITAL OirTLAY 48.733 72.659 67,395 

OTHER OBJECTS 267 5,599 79.630 

TOTAL 17.355.881 1.743,253 5.976.705 

PC«C6NT OF TOTAL 6«.2 7.0 23.8 



11-33 





TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


PERCENT 
OF TOTAL 


17 


539,343 


1055.16 


76.47 


230.12 


1.361.75 


69.9 


3 


,555,264 


211.96 


15.43 


48.64 


276.03 


14.3 


1 


064.198 


13.80 


1.77 


67.05 


82.62 


4.2 


2 


,642,753 


62.78 


35.60 


106.80 


205.18 


10.5 




188.787 


3.78 


5.64 


5.23 


14.65 


.8 




85.496 


.02 


.43 


6.18 


6.63 


.3 


25 


075.840 
100.0 


1347.50 


135.34 


464.02 


1,946.86 


100.0 



CABARRUS 

Dr. Joseph N. Fries, Supt. 
660 Highway 29 N. , Box 388 
Concord, N. C. 28025-0388 

14 Elementary Schools 
j 3 Secondary Schools 
!' 2 Combined Schools 

6th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1982-83 


























FINAL 


K 


I 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


ENROLL 


703 


£81 


6S2 


711 


774 


823 


921 


913 


8 80 


972 


7 56 


655 


ACM 


689 


672 


682 


701 


1(3 


817 


907 


901 


8 65 


913 


7 20 


626 


ADA 


652 


<a; 


6 56 


676 


737 


788 


874 


860 


821 


862 


686 


59 3 


MLO 


679 


67C 


678 


704 


7 70 


817 


914 


903 


866 


871 


6 93 


600 


PROH 


610 


612 


6A(; 


665 


746 


807 


911 


830 


826 


735 


609 


558 


N-P 


69 


56 


38 


39 


24 


10 


3 


73 


40 


136 


84 


42 


1983-84 


























FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



596 
561 
599 
590 
9 



46 
42 
46 
46 



31 10172 



34 
31 
34 
34 



9932 
9484 
9844 
9219 
625 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



ENROLL 857 
ADY 856 

ADA 836 



894 


838 


84 6 


870 


887 


836 


844 


864 


86 6 


818 


824 


846 



940 1038 1189 1154 1250 1017 840 840 61 
938 1037 1185 1148 1242 1D14 837 840 61 
919 1013 1153 nil 1194 983 811 811 56 



12636 
12 589 
12241 



1962-63 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1962 Summer School Graduelee) 



AMEt ICAN 
INOIAK 



PjBLir SR. INST NC 

PUBLIC SR. OUT-STATE 
TTTAL 

PRIVATE SP. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

CC"-' COLL, TECt- NC 

C.C. TECH COT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TCTAL 

TPAOE, BUSINESS NC 
Tf<ADE, BUSI OUTSTATE 

TOTAL 

MILITARY 

E-'PLDvyENT 
0IH£RS •• 
iSANO TOTAL *•• 



f=EMALE 

OTHER* TOTAL AMERICAN BLACK WHITE OTHER* TOTAL 
INDIAN 


TOTAL 
NU-IBER PERCENT 


1 46 5 68 73 

10 

1 *? 5 6e 73 


119 ?0.2 

I 0.?. 

1?0 20.'. 



13 8 

1 

139 



0.2 
Zi.b 

■J. 7 
0. 
0.2 



0.8 

5.8 

2.4 
6.1 

no.o 



INCLUDES HISPANICS, ALASKAN NATIVESi AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
•INCLUDES INFCRHATION NOT AVAILABLEt HARRIED, ETC. 



11-34 



Cabarrus 

1963-64 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT SCURCE CF FLNCS SEX RACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 

CLASSIFICATICN STATE FECERAl ICCAL VCCAT TOTAL MALE FEMALE WUTE BLACK OTHE 



CFFICIAL, Act's. ,MCRS. 


4 


PRINCIPALS 


IS 


ASST PRINC, TEACHING 




ASST PRIKC.NCNTEACHINC 


n 


ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 


302 


SECONDARY TEACHERS 


145 


CTHER TEACHERS 


!T 


GUIDANCE 


U 


PSYCHOLOGICAL 


1 


LIBRARIAN, ALDICVISUAL 


21 


CONSULT ANT, SUPER VISOR 


6 


CTHER PROFESSIONAL 


2 


TEACHER AIOES 


M5 


TECHNICIANS 




CLERICAL, SECRETARIAL 


31 


SERVICE WORKERS 


62 


SKILLEO CRAFTS 


U 


LABORERS. UNSKILLED 




TOTAL 


859 



1 

2 
3 

14 
2 

24 
132 

11 



17 


14 


3 


16 


I 




319 


24 


295 


286 


33 




219 


89 


130 


205 


14 




89 


8 


81 


81 


8 




16 


4 


12 


16 






2 


1 


1 


2 






22 


2 


20 


21 


1 




9 


3 


6 


7 


2 




5 


1 


4 


5 






161 




161 


141 


20 




2 


1 


1 


2 






56 




56 


54 


1 


1 


2U 


42 


172 


171 


42 


1 


22 


22 




21 


1 





» VOCATICNAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID AFPROX I^'4 TELY 62.18PCT FROM STATE, 
25.64PCT FRCI' LOCAL, AND 12.18PCT FRCH FEDEPAL FINDS. 



1962-63 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 

AMOUNTS EXPENOEO BY SOURCE »♦♦»•••••• PER PIFIL EXPENDITURE 



LEA 


FINAL 

AOM 




STATE 


FEDERAL 




LOCAL 




TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


CABARRUS COUNTY 


9.932 
























SALARIES 




10 


283,393 


751.708 


1 


906.480 


12 


,941.582 


1035.38 


75.69 


191.95 


1.303.02 


EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 




2 


052,110 


116.308 




421.856 


2 


590,274 


206.62 


11.71 


42.47 


260.80 


PURCHASED SERVICES 






155.850 


77.148 




750.072 




983.069 


15.69 


7.77 


75.52 


98.98 


SUPPLIES t MATERIALS 






691. 168 


354,998 


1 


313.642 


2 


359.607 


69.59 


35.7* 


132.26 


237.59 


CAPITAL OUTLAY 






27,466 


63.152 




44.483 




135.101 


2.77 


6.36 


4.*8 


13.61 


OTHER OBJECTS 






4.841 










^.9<•l 


.49 






.49 


TOTAL 




13 


214,827 


1.363.314 


♦ 


,436,533 


19 


014.674 


1330.54 


137.27 


446.68 


1,914.*9 


PERCENT OF TOTAL 






69.5 


7.2 




23.3 




100.0 











68.1 

13.6 

5.2 

12.4 

.7 



11-35 



Concord 




Pupil Accounting 



1982-83 






























FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 THH 


EXCP TOTAL 


ENROLL 


181 


183 


166 


161 


ISO 


193 


23^ 


271 


2 37 


26 5 


2 30 


229 


165 


2725 


ACM 


182 


176 


182 


159 


185 


187 


231 


265 


2 30 


2'r9 


2 20 


22 3 


162 


2651 


ADA 


170 


16S 


175 


151 


177 


180 


220 


250 


2 19 


232 


207 


210 


i;i 


2511 


MLO 


191 


177 


162 


158 


1£6 


193 


230 


261 


228 


238 


212 


220 


16C 


2636 


PROM 


182 


157 


169 


15 S 


162 


193 


198 


232 


2 09 


198 


190 


200 


158 


2A23 


N-P 


9 


20 


13 


3 


4 




32 


29 


19 


^0 


22 


20 


2 


213 



Concord and Cabarrus merged as of the 1983-84 school year. 



1962-63 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Inciudes 1962 Sunrner Schod Graduate) 



INDIAN 



BLACK WHITE OTHER* 



TOTAL AMERICAN BLAC< 
INDIAN 



Pl'?L IC SR. IN5T NC 

rjiLIC SR. OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

C0V1 COLL, TECH NC 

C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. C-UTSTATE 
TOTAL 

TRADE. BUSINESS NC 
TRADE, BUS! OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

»ILI TARy 

E«PLOTHENT 

OTHIRS •• 

GRAHO TOTAL •** 



NUXBEP 


PCPCE'IT 


30 


IT. 9 


4 


?.<. 


3<. 


?C.? 


16 


9.5 


2 


1.2 


le 


in. 7 


35 


20.8 


1 


0.6 


36 


21.'. 


8 


4.6 


I 


0.6 


9 


5.4 


5 


3.0 


1 


C.6 


6 


3.6 


11 


6.5 


46 


27.4 


8 


4.9 


168 


100.0 


_-. 


-— — -.---_ 



» INCLUDES HISPANICS, ALASKAN NATIVES. AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
♦•INCLUDES INFORMATION NOT AVAILABLE, MAKKIEO, ETC. 



11-36 



Concord 



1963-64 Public School Personnel Summory 

(Full-time personnel only) 



Concord and Cabarrus merged as of the 1983-84 school year. 



1962-63 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE 



LEA 


FINAL 

AOM 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


ONCORO CITr 


2. 65 1 








SALARIES 




2,906.976 


250,041 


774,065 


EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 




$70,406 


41,347 


168,623 


PURCHASED SERVICES 




87.442 


23,718 


274.881 


SUPPLIES 1 MATERIALS 




94,281 


127,694 


227,735 


CAPITAL OUTLAY 




13,231 


17,998 


8,632 


OTHER OBJECTS 




842 


32,854 


53,914 


TOTAL 




3.673,181 


493.652 


1,507.900 


PERCENT OF TOTAL 




64.7 


6.7 


26.6 



*••••••••• PER PUPIL EXPENDITURE 



PERCENT 
TOTAL STATE FEDERAL LOCAL TOTAL OF TOTAI 



3.931,083 1096.56 94.32 291.99 1,482.87 69.3 

780,378 215.17 15.60 63.61 294.38 13.8 

386,042 32.96 8.95 103.69 145.62 6.8 

449,760 35.56 43.17 85. -32 169.65 7.9 

39,861 4.99 6.79 3.26 15.04 .7 

87,610 .32 12.39 20.34 33.05 l.S 

5,674,733 1365.58 186.22 568.81 2.140.61 100.0 

100.0 



11-37 



Kannapolis 



Dr. Grier A. Bradshaw, Supt. 
Box 430, Denver and First Street 
Kannapolis, N. C. 28081 

7 Elementary Schools 
1 Secondary School 

6th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1S82-83 


































FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


ENROLL 


3A2 


391 


340 


380 


360 


382 


437 


440 


4 30 


464 


392 


30 6 


318 


34 


25 


5061 


ADM 


336 


370 


334 


366 


at"? 


371 


436 


422 


4 14 


435 


3 74 


29 


3C9 


33 


24 


4883 


ADA 


313 


352 


321 


35C 


351 


355 


417 


389 


384 


40 2 


352 


273 


2S1 


30 


23 


4603 


MLD 


333 


372 


326 


36 5 


367 


365 


438 


419 


403 


419 


364 


283 


306 


32 


25 


4817 


PROM 


330 


326 


3»? 


350 


361 


360 


438 


402 


399 


353 


314 


271 


2S9 


32 


24 


4571 


N-P 


3 


46 


14 


15 


6 


5 




17 


4 


66 


50 


12 


7 




1 


246 


1983-8A 


































FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TKH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


EN^IOLL 


324 


386 


320 


341 


361 


362 


355 


466 


405 


46 7 


3 70 


327 


293 


34 


25 


4 836 


ADM 


320 


38 6 


318 


339 


361 


360 


354 


461 


401 


463 


368 


326 


2 91 


34 


26 


4808 


ADA 


308 


375 


310 


331 


352 


3 52 


345 


443 


382 


440 


356 


313 


279 


31 


24 


4641 



i 962-63 High School Groduote Intentions 

(Inciudes 1962 Summer Schod Graduates) 



AMERIC«N 



OTHER* TOTAL 



TITSl 
NU'^SE" PERCENT 



rustic SR. INST -tC 

PJ^li: SR. OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE SR. INST Ut 
?rvI7ATE SR. OUTSTATE 
TCTAL 

CEMM COLL, TECH NC 

C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TCTAL 

PMVATE JR. CCLL NC 
P'lIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 

rr.TAL 

T^ADE, BUSINESS NC 
TiAOE, 8USI OUTSTATE 
TCTAL 

M'LI fARY 

EMPLOVf-ENT 

GTHEOS •* 

C^A'O TCTAL *•• 



5. P 
0.3 

6. 1 

23.1 

1.0 

2<,.0 

4.2 

0.1 



10.3 
11.2 



» INCLUDES HISPAMCS, ALASKAN NATIVES, AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
••INCLUDES INFCRMATIGN NOT AVAILABLE, MARRIED, ETC. 



11-38 



Kannapolis 



1963-04 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT 



SCURCE Cf FUNCS 



f»ACe/ETHMC ORIGIN 



CL*SSIFICATIC^ 



STATE FECERAl ICCAL VCCAT TOTAL 



MALE FEMALE WUTE BLACK OTHER 



CFF!CIAL.AC»'S..>'CRS. 


3 


PRINCIPALS 


8 


ASST PRINC. TEACHING 




ASST PRINC, NONTEACHING 


5 


ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 


IK 


SECONDARY TEACHERS 


3« 


OTHER TEACHERS 


37 


CUIOANCE 


4 


PSYCHCLCGICAL 




LIBRARIAN, AUDIOVISUAL 


5 


CONSULT ANT, SUPER VISOR 


2 


OTHER PROFESSIONAL 


5 


TEACHER AIDES 


S8 


TECHNICIANS 




CLERICAL. SECREFARIAL 


17 


SERVICE WCRKERS . 


20 


SKILLED CRAFTS 




LABORERS, UNSKILLED 




TOTAL 


317 



3 


3 




8 


7 


1 


5 


t, 


1 


130 


13 


117 


58 


27 


31 


37 


10 


27 


* 


1 


3 



27 
62 



♦ VOCATICNAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAIC * FPRO » ("ATELY 62.18PCT FRG-I STATE, 
25.6tPCT FSC« LOCAL, AND 12.18PCT FRCV FEDEOAL FUNCS. 



1962-60 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



LEA 

KANNAPOLIS CITY 
SALARIES 

tMPLOYEE BENEFITS 
PUiiCHASEO SERVICES 
SUPPLIES I MATERIALS 
CAPITAL OUTLAY 
OTHER OOJECTS 
ICIAL 
PERCENT OF TOTAL 



FINAL 

AOK 



AMOUNTS EXPENOED BY SOURCE 



9.039,612 

1.010,067 

181,437 

IT'., 835 

8,969 

815 

6,415,785 

66.6 



FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


483, 420 


1,066,288 


71,031 


239,440 


22,007 


407,024 


149,932 


525,942 


19,691 


144,733 


3,217 


79,559 


749 , 297 


2,462,986 


7.6 


25.6 







• ••••••••• pBt 


PUPIL EXPENDITURE 
















PERCENT 




TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


OF TOTAl 


6 


.589.320 


1032.07 


99.00 


218.37 


1.349.44 


68.4 


1 


.320.538 


206.85 


14.55 


'.9.04 


270.44 


13.3 




610.518 


37.17 


4.51 


83.36 


125.04 


6.3 




850,709 


35.80 


30.70 


10?. 71 


174.21 


8.8 




173.393 


1.84 


4.03 


29.64 


35.51 


1.8 




83.591 


.17 


.66 


1'..29 


17.12 


.9 


9 


628.068 
100.0 


1313.90 


153.45 


504.41 


1,9/1.76 


100.0 



11-39 



CALDWELL 



Kenneth A. Roberts, Supt. 

P. 0. Box 1590, Connellly Springs Rd 

Lenoir, N. C. 28645 



18 Elementary Schools 
3 Secondary Schools 
2 Con±)ined Schools 

7th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



19e?-83 










F INAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


ENROLL 


951 


iT, 


<i22 


1030 


ADP 


936 


ESS 


917 


1014 


ADA 


860 


80 5 


869 


96 5 


MLD 


930 


£51 


917 


1017 


PRCM 


850 


175 


849 


961 


N-P 


80 


76 


6^ 


56 


1983-84 










FIRST MO 


K 


I 


2 


3 



ENROLL 989 
AD**. 979 

ADA 935 



10 



<i22 1030 1CC2 1047 1180 1199 1197 1205 1130 
961 1C45 1159 1180 1177 1122 1039 
S35 993 1C99 11C3 1075 1004 948 
974 1C57 1170 1179 1168 1081 978 
926 1023 1134 1118 1140 991 885 
48 34 36 61 28 90 93 



5 6 7 8 9 10 

966 1058 1186 1149 1261 1387 

962 1054 1178 1142 1247 1077 

932 1018 1130 1087 1162 1013 



961 


862 


914 


1031 


961 


850 


908 


1025 


921 


824 


882 


997 



888 
881 
830 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



868 


768 


48 


38 


13479 


827 


763 


44 


36 


13099 


761 


7C4 


37 


30 


12188 


796 


746 


41 


40 


12945 


780 


714 


41 


34 


12221 


16 


32 




6 


724 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



8 23 45 38 
813 44 38 
773 41 33 



13255 
13159 
12578 



1962-63 High School Groduote Intentions 

(Includes 1 982 Summer School Graduetas) 



I NDIAK 



WHITE OTHER* 



TOTAL AMERICAN 
INDIAN 



rCTAL 

NUMBER PCUCf'T 



PSIV4IE SR. !N!T NC 
P-!IVjrE SP. OUTS^ATE 

TDia: 

CC^y COLL. TECI- NC 
C.C. TECH CUT-STATE 

T3'-aL 

PRIViTE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

T<4DE, BUSINESS NC 
T-JOE, B'JSI OUTSTATE 
TCTiL 

MIC ITIRV 

EHPLJVMENT 

CTHERS •» 

G=t::D TOTAL *•• 



2 





2 


3 


0.* 


13 





I'l 


2B 


3.° 


121 





12'. 


217 


33. 1 











1 


C. I 


121 





124 


219 


30.2 


3 





'i 


10 


1.* 


i. 





A 


6 


c.a 


7 





8 


16 


2.2 


6 





7 


6 


1. I 














0.0 



8.2 

10 . 



» INCLUDES HISPANICS. ALASKAN NATIVES, AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
/, •'INCLUDES INFCPVATION NOT AVAILABLE, MARRIED, ETC. 



11-40 



Caldwell 



1963-64 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVMY ASSIGKIiENT 



SCURCE Cf FUNCS 



BACE/ETHNtC CKIGIN 



CLASSIFICATION 



STATE FEDERAL LCCAL 



FE.XALE hUTE 



CFFICIAL.ADfS.,»!CRS. 


4 




2 




6 


5 


PRINCIPALS 


23 








23 


23 


ASST PRINCiTEACHING 


2 








2 


1 


ASST PRINC.NONTEICHINC 


12 




1 




13 


10 


ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 


3M 




16 




330 


39 


SECONDARY TEACHERS 


HI 


10 


3 


39 


19<. 


99 


OTHER TEACHERS 


55 


36 


10 


1* 


115 


17 


GUIDANCE 


14 


3 




2 


19 


3 


PSVCHOLCGICAL 


2 








2 




LIBRARIAN. AUDIOVISUAL 


25 




2 




27 


1 


CONSULTANT, SUPER VISOR 


4 


2 




1 


7 


3 


OTHER PR0FESSICN4L 


6 


3 


2 




U 


2 


TEACHER AIDES 


153 


6 


13 




172 




TECHNICIASS 






2 




2 


2 


CLERICAL, SECRETARIAL 


37 


1 


1$ 


1 


5fc 




SERVICE WORKERS 


es 




1*S 




2ll 


36 


SKILLEU CRAFTS 


10 




w 




28 


28 


IA<)UPERS.UNSK1LI£P 














TOTAL 


9ta 


61 


230 


57 


1215 


269 



22 


1 


1 


1 


13 




?12 


IS 


191 


2 


HI 


* 


16 


1 


2 





10 


1 


158 


13 


2 




53 


1 


180 


31 


26 


2 



♦ VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID AFPROX I^A TELV 67.18PCT FBCM STATE. 
25.6^P';T FROM LOCAL, AND 12.1SPCT FRCM FECERtL FLNDS. 



1962-63 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE 



c********* PER PUPIL EXPENOITUR? 



LEA 


FINAL 

ADM 




STATE 




FEDERAL 




LOCAL 




TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


CALDiifcLL COUNTY 


13,099 


























SALARIES 




13 


329,245 


1 


101,675 


2 


.691.736 


17 


,122,656 


1017.58 


84.10 


205.49 


1,307.17 


EM^LOVCE 3ENEFITS 




2 


695,182 




246.232 




572.055 


3 


513,468 


205.75 


18. eo 


43.6 7 


268.22 


PURCHASED SERVICES 






146,910 




20,361 




795.407 




962.697 


11.22 


1.56 


60.72 


73.50 


SUPPLIES L MATERIALS 






876,841 




459,718 


I 


534,224 


2 


870,784 


66.94 


35.10 


117.13 


219.17 


CAPI TAL OUTLAY 






10,865 




43,804 




12.304 




66,972 


.83 


3.34 


.94 


5.11 


OTHER OBJECTS 






1.622 




5,797 




80,038 




87,457 


.12 


.44 


6.11 


6.67 


TOTAL 




IT 


060,665 


1 


877,606 


5 


,685.763 


24 


,624,034 


1302. 4« 


143.34 


434.06 


1,879.84 


PERCENT OF TOTAL 






64.3 




T.« 




23.1 




100.0 











69.5 

14.2 

3.9 

11.7 

.3 



11-41 



CAMDEN 

Travis W. Twiford, Supt. 
Camden, N. C. 27921 

2 Elementary Schools 
1 Secondary School 

1st Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1982-83 


































FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


ENROLL 


81 


78 


68 


79 


87 


89 


92 


127 


1C4 


104 


125 


103 


69 


12 




1258 


AOM 


76 


7A 


84 


73 


67 


86 


92 


122 


98 


100 


120 


101 


89 


13 




1215 


ADA 


72 


71 


81 


71 


64 


83 


89 


117 


94 


95 


114 


96 


63 


11 




1161 


MLO 


78 


72 


83 


76 


69 


88 


93 


124 


96 


97 


119 


98 


86 


13 




1212 


PROM 


76 


65 


78 


76 


67 


61 


92 


123 


95 


85 


112 


94 


62 


13 




1159 


N-P 


2 


7 


5 




2 


7 


1 


1 


1 


12 


7 


4 


4 






53 


1983-84 


































FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


ENROLL 


74 


83 


67 


78 


76 


87 


85 


94 


116 


108 


83 


113 


102 


10 




1176 


AOM 


73 


81 


67 


77 


75 


86 


84 


93 


114 


108 


83 


113 


102 


10 




1166 


ADA 


71 


80 


66 


75 


73 


85 


83 


91 


111 


10 5 


80 


109 


98 


q 




1136 



<( 962-60 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1962 Summer Schod Graduata) 



AMERICtN SLACK 
INDIAN 



WHITE OTHER* 



P'JELIC SR. INST NC 
ri'LIC ?C . CUT-STATF 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

CCM1 :OLL, TECH NC 

C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TCTAl 

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TCTAL 

TOA?E, BUSINESS NC 
IRS3E, BUSI OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

HIL ITARY 

EMPLOrMENT 

OTHERS »• 

GRAND TOTAL **♦ 



TOTAL AMERICAN BLAC< 
INDIAN 





TOTAL 


N'J«BEP 


PERCENT 


?1 



21 


?5.6 

2 •:•.'-■ 







y.o 

0.0 
0.0 


?5 

I 
?6 


3 0.5 

1.2 

31.7 


1 



I 


!.2 
0.0 
1.2 


1 


I 


1.2 

0.0 
1.? 


5 


t.l 


?5 


3 0.5 



INCLUDES HISPAMCS, ALASKAN NATIVES, AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
'INCLUOCS INFORMATION NOT AVAILABLE, MARRIED, ETC. 



11-42 



Camden 



1963-64 Public School Personnel Summary 



(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY 4SSIGNKENT 



SOURCE CF FLNOS 



PACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 



CLASSIFICATICK 



STATE FECERAL ICCAL 



FEMALE 


WUTE 




1 
3 




1 


37 


28 


16 


19 


1 


1 


1 




3 


3 


2 


2 



CFFICIAL.AOKS..''GftS. 


1 




PRINCIPALS 


3 




ASST PRINCfTEACHING 


2 




ASST PRINC.NOMEACHINC 






ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 


36 


2 


SECONDARY TEACHERS 


17 


1 


OTHER TEACHERS 




I 


CUIOANCE 






PSYCHOLOGICAL 






LIBRARIAN, ALDIOVISUAL 


3 




CONSULTANT, SUPER VISOR 


1 


1 


OTHER PROFESSIONAL 


2 


I 


TEACHER AICES 


12 


« 


TECHNICIANS 






CLERICAL, SECRETARIAL 






SERVICE WORKERS 






SKILLED CRAFTS 


2 




LABORERStt'NSKIlLED 






TOTAL 


79 


10 



25 
1 
1 

3 

2 

3 

17 

B 
J3 



» VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 62.18PCT FROM STATE. 
?5.6APCT FRCV LOCAL. AND 1J.18PCT FROM FECERAl FUNDS. 



1 962-63 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



LEA 

CAMDEN COUNTY 
SALARIES 

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 
PURCHASED SERVICES 
SUP>>LI£S C MATERIALS 
CAPITAL OUTLAY 
OlHtR OBJECTS 
TOTAL 
PERCENT OF lOfAL 



FINAL 

AOM 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE 



1.372. 3S5 

272.279 

22.201 

106.015 

7.537 

211 

1,782,597 

68.3 



FEDERAL 


228 


685 


5* 


«68 


13 


850 


80 


.103 


9 


.107 




132 


386 


,3*5 




14.8 







*•••*••••• PER 


PUPIL expend: TURF 
















PEMCEUT 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


UF TOtAl 


192.71* 


1.793,75* 


1129.51 


188.22 


158.61 


l,*75.3* 


68.7 


36.632 


363.378 


22*. 10 


**.83 


30.15 


2'J9.08 


13.9 


59.9*6 


95.997 


18. ?7 


ll.*0 


*9.3* 


79.01 


3.7 


137.188 


325.306 


88.90 


65. 9i 


112.91 


267.7* 


12.5 


*.*21 


21,065 


6.20 


7.50 


3.6* 


17.3* 


.8 


10,080 


io.*2a 


.17 


.11 


8.30 


8.58 


.* 


**0,980 


2.609.923 


1*67.15 


317.99 


362.9 5 


2.1*8.09 


100.0 


16.9 


100.0 













11-43 



CARTERET 

T. L. Lee, Supt. 

403 Broad Street, Drawer 600 

Beaufort, N. C. 28516 

10 Elementary Schools 
2 Secondary Schools 

2nd Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1982-83 
FINAL 



K 



I 



10 



11 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



ENROLL 

ADM 

AOA 

MLD 

PROM 

N-P 



569 
536 
495 
536 
508 
28 



552 
520 
492 
521 
47S 
42 



571 
546 
5 2C 
551 
527 
2< 



55 8 
54 4 
520 
546 
523 
23 



548 
531 
5C8 
532 
510 
22 



601 630 634 644 

586 606 614 626 625 485 484 

558 572 580 

589 609 610 

568 587 585 615 542 447 433 

21 22 25 9 



683 507 505 4t8 
460 
437 
452 
439 
13 



590 591 462 463 
624 600 470 474 



58 



23 



41 



16 
16 
15 
18 
10 
8 



7486 
7179 
6803 
7132 
6773 
359 



1983-84 

FIRST MO K 



11 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



ENROLL 546 
ADK 539 
AOA 513 



592 534 5 57 
584 529 550 
564 517 533 



569 


559 


595 


635 


614 


658 


586 


473 


4 84 


15 


7417 


565 


552 


591 


632 


607 


650 


579 


470 


4 79 


15 


7342 


549 


538 


573 


60 8 


590 


62 5 


561 


450 


460 


15 


7096 



^962-63 High School Groduote Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer School Graduates) 



AMER IC»N 
I NC I A\ 



TOTAL AMERICAN 
INDIAN 



THTAL 

NU''BEP PEPCEW 



fJ'-X.lC Sn. INST nc 
f.'SLi: SR. CUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
OFIVATE SR. OUTSTATE 
TCTAL 

CC^M COLL, TECH NC 

C.C. TECH CUT-STATE 
rCT AL 

PRIVATE JR. CCLL NC 
PFIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
lOlAL 

TSA?E, BUSINESS >^C 
T^ADE, BUSI OUTSTATE 
TCTAL 

HILI TARr 

EMPLCYMENT 

OTHERS •• 

GPA«0 TCTAL ••• 



10". 





118 


187 


4?. 5 














0.0 


104 





119 


187 


^.2.5 


s 





8 


12 


2.7 














o.n 


8 





8 


12 


7.7 


6 





11 


11 


2.5 














0.0 


6 





11 


11 


2.5 


1 





A 


21 


••.e 


9 





15 


<! 1 


9. 3 


12 





17 


?2 


7.3 


21-^ 





75'. 


"lAC 


100. 



I'.CLUDES HISPANICS, ALASKAN NATIVES. AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
"INCLUDES INFCRMATION NOT AVAILABLE, HARRIED, ETC. 



11-44 



Carteret 



1963-64 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-Ume personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNCENT SOURCE CF FtNOS SEX SAGE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 

CLASSIFICATICN STATE FEDERAL ICCAL VCCAT TOTAL MALE FEfALE KUTE BLACK OTHE 

3 3 3 

12 11 1 12 

5*1*1 

176 20 156 165 11 

lOl 26 75 82 18 

79 22 57 75 « 

8**8 

2 2 2 

13 13 12 1 
8 5 3 8 

11 2 9 9 2 
120 2 118 115 5 

10 10 10 

29 2 27 25 * 

l43 20 83 70 33 

12 12 * 8 ♦ 
5 5 4 1 

697 1*0 557 612 8* 

♦ VOCATICNAL TEACHERS" SALARIES ARE PAID AFPPO* IRATELY 62.18PCT FROM STATE. 
25.6*PCT FRCM LOCAL. AND 12.19PCT FRCW FEDERAL FUNDS. 

i 962-63 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 

AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE »•»♦•••»»» per pupil EXPENDITURE •••••••» 

FINAL 
LEA AON STATE FEDERAL LOCAL 

CARTEKET COUNTY 7,179 

SALARIES 7,092,775 676,009 1,426. 298 

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 1,353,432 139, *13 ♦23,786 

PURCHASED SERVICES 203,336 26.80* *39. ISO 

SUPPLIES t MATERIALS *19,38* 307.605 715.0*9 

CAPITAL OUTLAY 32.570 39.30* 23.163 

OTHER OBJECTS 1.108 I8.*72 99.116 

TOTAL 9,102,604 1.207,807 3,126,561 

PERCENT OF TOTAL 67.7 9.0 23.3 



11-45 



CFFICIAL,ACPS.,HGRS. 


3 






PRINCIPALS 


12 






ASST PRINC, TEACHING 








ASST PRINC, NCNTEACHING 


5 






ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 


159 




17 


SECONDARY TEACHERS 


83 




18 


CTHER TEACHERS 


37 


15 


27 


GUIDANCE 


• B 






PSYCHOLOGICAL 


2 






LIBRARIAN, AUDIOVISUAL 


13 






CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 


* 


1 


3 


OTHER PRCFESSIONAL 


5 


2 


* 


TEACHER AIDES 


EC 


19 


21 


TECHNICIANS 


2 




8 


CLERICAL, SECRETARIAL 


1* 


2 


13 


SERVICE HCRKERS 


V . 




66 


SKILLED CRAFTS 






12 


LABORERS. UNSKILLED 






S 


TOTAL 


*t* 


39 


IS* 















PERCENT 




TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


Of TOTAL 


9 


.195.082 


987.99 


9*. 16 


198.68 


1,280.83 


68.4 


1 


,916,631 


188.53 


19.42 


59.03 


266.98 


1*.3 




669,290 


28.32 


3.73 


61.17 


93.22 


4.0 


1 


,**2,237 


58. *2 


*2.88 


99.60 


200.90 


10.7 




95,036 


*.54 


5.*7 


3.23 


13.2* 


.7 




118.696 


.15 


2.57 


13.81 


16.53 


.9 


13 


,436,972 
100.0 


1267.95 


168.23 


*35.52 


1,871.70 


100.0 



CASWELL 

Dr. Lawrence C. Walker, Supt. 
P. 0. Box 160 
Yanceyville, N. C. 27379 

11 Elementary Schools 
1 Secondary School 

5th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1962-83 












FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


ENROLL 


303 


328 


31S 


315 


266 


ADf 


288 


315 


311 


307 


262 


ADA 


271 


30C 


299 


297 


27C 


NLO 


293 


316 


310 


307 


264 


PROM 


287 


266 


29; 


296 


278 


N-P 


6 


5C 


19 


11 


6 


1983-84 












FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


ENROLL 


251 


341 


291 


309 


312 


ADK 


246 


339 


287 


306 


310 


ADA 


237 


329 


281 


296 


304 



10 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



313 356 342 343 371 370 276 3C1 16 14 4253 

307 349 338 336 343 341 262 295 16 13 4103 

297 335 321 314 317 317 247 274 16 12 3887 

311 346 338 335 331 327 256 291 19 13 4077 

307 344 337 323 278 274 243 280 19 13 3836 

4 2 1 12 53 53 13 11 241 



11 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



293 308 347 341 359 329 282 250 21 7 4041 

290 306 347 340 357 321 278 245 20 7 3999 

284 298 335 321 338 295 260 229 19 7 3833 



1962-60 High School Groduote Intentions 

(Includes 1962 Summer School Graduates) 



AMERIC4N BLACK 

I^DIA^ 



PUBLIC SR. INST NC 

PJPUi: SR. O'JT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 



NUMBER 


PERCENT 


".0 



'.O 


1A.5 

0.0 


7 

3 

10 


r.5 
1.1 

3.6 



CCVM COLL. TECH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TCTAL 

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
OPIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 



0.0 
0.0 
0.0 



TRADE, BUSINESS NC 
TRJOE, 3USI OUTSTATE 
rCTAL 

MILITARY 

EMPLOYMENT 

OTHERS *• 

GRAND TOTAL »•» 



0.0 
!.<. 
1.4 

l^.S 

?4.8 

0.7 

100.0 



• INCLUDES HISPANICS, ALASKAN NATIVES. AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
••P.CLUDES INFCRHATION NOT AVAILABLE, MARRIED, ETC. 



11-46 



Caswell 

1963-64 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITV ASSIGNt'ENT SCURCE Cf FUNCS SEX BACE/ETHNIC CRtGIN 

CLASSlFICATIC^ STATE FECERAl UCAL VCCAT TOTAL MALE FEfALE WUTE BLACK OTHE 

CFFIClAL,ACKS.,fCRS. 2 15 8 6 Z 7 1 

PRINCIPALS 12 12 8 ♦ 7 5 

ASST PRINCiTEACHING 

ASST PRINC.NONTE«CHING 3 

ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 1C4 1 * 

SECONDARY TEACHERS 43 12 

CTHER TEACHERS 15 11 

GUIDANCE 3 ' I 

PSYCHOLOGICAL 

LIBRARIAN. ALOICVISUAL S 

CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 1 2 

CTHER PROFESSIONAL 

TEACHER AIDES *1 11 58 

TECHNICIANS 

CLERICAL. SECRETARIAL 10 1 11 1 2' 

SERVICE WORKERS 75 2 8 85 

SKILLED CRAFTS - . 

LABORERS. UNSKILLED 

TOTAL 323 29 2« 18 3<)* 



3 


2 


I 


2 


I 


09 


17 


92 


68 


41 


55 


29 


26 


40 


13 


26 


2 


2* 


13 


13 


4 




4 


2 


2 


8 




8 


8 




3 


1 


2 


2 


I 



VOCATICNAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID A FPRCX IKATELY 62.18PCT FROM STATE. 
25.64PCT FROC LOCAL. AND 12.1BPCT FRCM FECERAL FUNDS. 



i 962-63 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 







AMOUNTS EXPENDED 


BY SOURCE 






*••*•*•*•• PER 


PUPIL EXPENDITURE 




LEA 


FINAL 
AOM 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


PFPCfNT 
OK TOTAL 


CASWELL COUNTY 


4.1C3 




















SALARIES 




4,434,543 


629.622 


453.832 


5,517,997 


1060.81 


153.45 


110.61 


1.3*4.87 


68.4 


EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 




879,413 


95,120 


67.248 


1.041.781 


214.3 3 


23.18 


16.39 


253.90 


12.8 


PURCHASES SERVICES 




94,387 


29.762 


279,825 


*03.975 


23.00 


7.25 


68.20 


98.45 


5.0 


SUPPLIES t MATERIALS 




348,561 


268.684 


357.821 


975.066 


64.95 


65.48 


87. 21 


237.64 


12.1 


CAPITAL OUTLAY 




15.819 


21.436 


1.150 


38.406 


3.66 


5.22 


.28 


9.36 


.5 


OTHER OBJECTS 




875 


23.785 


70,517 


95,177 


.21 


5.80 


17.19 


23.20 


1.2 


TOTAL 




5,773.599 


1,068,410 


1,230,393 


8.072 ,<.02 


U07.16 


260.38 


299.88 


1,967.42 


100.0 


PERCENT OF TOTAL 




71.6 


13.2 


15.2 


100.0 













11-47 



CATAWBA 

Dr. Emmett M. Floyd, Supt. 
10 E. 25th Street, Box 1000 
Newton, N. C. 28658 

16 Elementary Schools 
5 Secondary Schools 

7th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1982-83 
F INAL K 

ENROLL 960 

AOy 937 

ADA 885 

MLD 937 

PRCM 915 
N-P 22 



S89 


936 


S65 


918 


919 


883 


965 


913 


916 


879 


49 


3<i 



3 « 5 6 7 89 10 11 

99C IC7C ICei 1162 1086 1051 1155 1053 907 

977 IC^A 1071 1128 1058 1025 1083 993 856 

938 1CC6 1C27 1081 1005 96<f 1014 934 808 

971 1C41 1074 1129 1052 1026 1044 949 836 

946 K25 IC67 1115 1042 1015 960 862 783 

25 16 7 14 10 11 84 67 53 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



839 
8C0 
753 
789 
7<6 
23 



13279 
12855 
12217 
12726 
12291 
435 



1983-84 
FIRST MO K 

ENROLL 887 

ADK 885 

ADA 856 



991 


971 


917 


986 


969 


915 


960 


944 


895 



8 



10 



973 1031 1088 1133 10 71 1085 1065 907 
970 1025 1085 1130 1063 1074 10 51 897 
946 1003 1057 1100 1026 1041 1016 875 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



7 92 
790 
765 



12911 

12840 
12484 



1962-60 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Inciudes 1982 Summer School Graduatas) 



4ME< IC4N 

iroiAN 



TOTAL AHEKICAN 
INDIAN 



TOTAL 
NU'»BEP Pt'CF", 



PJPl IC SR. INST SC 
P-)'>LIC SR. OUT-STATE 

TG^AL 

P'rlVATf Sr*. INST \C 
PRIVATE SR. O'JTSTATE 



CCyy ;CLL, TECH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
P-.IVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TJTAL 

T.'ADf, BUSINESS NC 
TRADE, BUSl OUTSTATE 
ICTAL 

«U ITARY 

E,yPLOrMENT 
OTHERS •• 
GRAND TOTAL ••• 



26 





26 


'.I 


^.A 


5 





5 


7 


0.<) 


31 





31 


50 


6.3 


122 


2 


133 


230 


2°.? 


1 





1 


2 


0.3 


123 


2 


lit. 


232 


29.* 


2 





2 


12 


1.5 














0.0 


2 





2 


12 


1.5 


!<. 





15 


22 


2.8 


3 





3 


9 


1.1 



0.9 
100.0 



• INCLUDES HISPANICS. ALASKAN NATIVES, AND ASIAN OR PAUFIC ISLANDERS 
••INCLUDES INFCRHATION NOT AVAILABLE, HARRIED, ETC. 



11-48 



1963-64 Public School Personnel Summory 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT 



CLASSIFICATIOM 



SCURCE CF FLNDS 



Catawba 



RACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 



STATE EEDERAl ICCAL VCCAT TOTAL HALE FE^'ALE kUTE BLACK OTHER 



CFFICIAL.ACrS..fGRS. 


3 


PRINCIPALS 


21 


ASST PRINC. TEACHING 




ASST PRINC, NONTEACHING 


It 


ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 


3!2 


SECONDARY TEACHERS 


125 


CTHER TEACHERS 


26 


GUIDANCE 


17 


PSYCHOLCGICAL 


3 


LIBRARIAN, AUDIOVISUAL 


21 


CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 


5 


CTHER PRCFESSICNAL 


2 


TEACHER AICES 


150 


TECHNICIANS 




CLERICAL, SECRETARIAL 


2C 


SERVICE WCRKERS 


46 


SKILLED CPAFTS 


17 


LABORERS, UNSKILLED 




TOTAL 


82* 



59 

2 

20 

121 

13 

5 

3C6 



3 
21 

17 

♦ 13 

202 

32 

19 

3 

22 

13 



lA7 

30 



3 




2 


19 


2 


20 


15 


2 


16 


♦ S 


365 


391 


85 


117 


189 


♦ 


28 


2« 


2 


17 


19 


1 


2 


3 




22 


19 


3 


10 


13 


3 


6 


9 




211 


199 


2 




2 


2 


Al 


♦ 3 


2« 


l«3 


1*8 


29 


1 


30 



• VOCATIONAL TEACHERS* SALARIES ABE PAID AFPBCX IHATEIY 62.18PCT FROM STATE, 
25.6«PCT FROI' LOCAL, ANC 12.18PCT FRCH FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1962-63 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE 



LEA 


FINAL 

AOM 




STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


STATE 


CATAX8A COUNTY 


12,855 














SALARIES 




13 


025,408 


703,735 


3,109.684 


16,8 38,828 


1013.26 


EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 




2 


,629,394 


148,874 


666,735 


3,445,003 


204.54 


PURCHASED SERVICES 






228.609 


45,886 


567,561 


842,057 


17.78 


SUPPLIES e MATERIALS 






851,865 


43,023 


736.518 


1,631,406 


66-27 


CAPITAL OUTLAY 






23.867 


76,682 


17.819 


116,368 


1.86 


OTHER OBJECTS 






2,663 


73 


102.352 


105,089 


.21 


TOTAL 




16 


761,807 


1.018,274 


9,200,670 


22,980,750 


1303.92 


PERCENT OF TOTAL 






73.0 


4.4 


22.6 


100.0 





«•*•••••*• PER PUPIL EJtPENOITURE 



54.74 241.90 1,309.90 73.3 

11.58 51.87 267.99 14.9 

3.57 44.15 65.50 3.7 

3.35 57.29 126.91 7.1 

5.97 1.39 9. 22 .5 

.01 7.96 e.l8 .5 

79.22 404.56 1.787.70 100.0 



11-49 



Hickory 



Dr. Stuart Thompson, Supt. 
432 4th Avenue, SW 
Hickory, N. C. 28601 

8 Elementary Schools 
1 Secondary School 
1 Combined School 

7th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1962-83 
FINAL K 



11 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



ENROLL 268 340 355 32<i 372 358 432 390 412 419 395 335 322 



N-P 



251 



526 336 30: 



362 337 422 380 388 39 3 356 313 3C8 



ADM 

ADA 239 30"; 323 292 345 323 398 351 355 360 331 291 

MLD 252 221 341 303 3<3 337 419 381 382 385 339 300 

PROM 252 276 317 288 348 335 414 355 367 365 325 291 



45 



24 15 



15 



26 



15 



20 



14 



20 



37 



3C8 


18 


38 


4531 


287 


17 


35 


4256 


3C4 


19 


46 


4492 


2S9 


19 


44 


4295 


5 




2 


197 



1983-84 
FIRST MO 



11 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



ENROLL 305 324 301 331 305 362 334 427 365 440 359 323 305 17 50 4548 

ADM 304 321 303 329 300 362 332 424 366 435 348 323 299 17 49 4512 

ADA 296 311 295 322 294 351 322 406 348 408 333 307 284 16 45 4338 



i 962-63 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Inciudes 1962 Summer School Graduatas) 



AMERICtN 

INDIAN' 



TOTAL AMERICAN BLACK 
INDIAN 



P.. ''lie SR. INST NO 

P:"M\Z SR. OUT-STATE 
IL'AL 

PRIVATE SR. INJT NC 
PRIVATE SR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

CO-^M COLL, TECH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE JP. CCLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

TRADE, BUSINESS NC 
TRADE, eUSI OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

MILI T4RY 

EVPLOYMENT 

OTHERS *» 

SB4ND TOTAL ••• 



NUMBER 


P'-:pcent 


79 


?5.9 


7 


2.3 


P6 


?9. 2 


24 


7 .9 


12 


3.9 


?6 


11.8 


fc4 


21. C 





0.0 


6'. 


21.0 


13 


A. 3 


1 


0.3 


14 


'..6 


<. 


1.3 


; 


0. 7 


5 


2.0 


37 


12.1 


53 


17.4 



• INCLUDES HIGPANICS. ALASKAN NATIVES, AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
••INCLUDES INFCRf^ATION NO! AVAILABLE, MARRIED, ETC. 



11-50 



Hickory 

1963-64 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-tline personnel only) 

ACTIVITY ASSIGNt'ENT SCURCE CF FUNDS SEX R4CE/ETHNIC CRIGIN 



2 


l«3 


1* 


67 




8 


1 


5 




1 




10 




1 




3 


3 


69 




2* 




81 


21 


I 
43* 



3 


4 


7 


3 


2 


2 


16 


127 


32 


35 




8 



CLASSIFIC4TICN STATE FECERAl ICCAL VCCAT TOTAL MALE FEKALE WUTE BLACK OTHER 

CFFICIALt/IOt'S..fGRS. t 17 3*7 

PRINCIPALS S I 10 7 3 9 

ASST PRINC, TEACHING 

ASST PRINCtNONTEACHINC « 

ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 126 8 7 

SECONDARY TEACHERS 47 2 * 

CTHER TEACHERS 6 

GUIDANCE * 

PSYCHOLCGICAL I 

LIBRARIAN. AUDIOVISUAL IC , 10 10 

CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 1 1 1 

CTHER PRCFESSICNAL 3 3 3 

TEACHER AICES tC 6 

TECHNICIANS 

CLERICAL. SECRETARIAL S 1 1* 

SERVICE WORKERS 20 61 

SKILLED CRAFTS ,k 

LABORERS, USSKILLEO I 11 1 

TCTAL 3C8 ll S* 21 43'. <3 1 3*3 36S 

» VOCATICNAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID «F PPOX IMA lELY 62.18PCT FROM STATE, 

25.6*PCT FRCH LOCAL, AND 12.18PCT FRCM ffCERAL FUNDS. 

1962-63 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 

AMOUNTS EXPENOEO BY SOURCE ••»»»»•••• pER pupil EXPENDITURE 



LEA 


FINAL 

ADM 




STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 




TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


HICKOKY CITY 


*.531 






















SALARIES 




* 


856.182 


484.321 


1.088.924 


6 


,429.427 


1071.77 


106.89 


240.33 


1.418.99 


CMPLOYtt BENEFITS 






466.864 


108.815 


215.744 


1 


.291,422 


213.39 


24.02 


47.62 


28S.03 


PURCHASED SERVICES 






145,231 


22.213 


379.229 




546.673 


32.05 


4.90 


83.70 


120.65 


SUPPLIES £ MATERIALS 






184.536 


216.641 


563,130 




964.306 


40.73 


47.81 


124.28 


212.82 


CAPITAL OUTLAY 






2,921 


22,937 


3.137 




28,995 


.64 


5.06 


.69 


6.39 


OTHER OBJECTS 






22 


6.691 


50.123 




56.8 37 




1.48 


U.06 


12.54 


TOIAL 




6 


155.756 


861.617 


2.300.288 


9 


317,661 


1358.58 


190.16 


507.68 


2.056.42 


PERCENT OF TOTAL 






66.1 


9.2 


24.7 




100.0 











69.0 
13.9 

5.9 
10.3 



11-51 



Newton 

N. S. Cranford, Supt. 

30 W, Sixth Street, Box 149 

Newton, N. C. 28658 

4 Elementary Schools 

1 Secondary School 

2 Combined Schools 

7th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



l'982-83 
FINAL 



1 



10 



II 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



ENROLL 

ACM 

ADA 

MLO 

PRCH 

N-P 



228 
226 
2U 
226 
226 



215 
213 
204 
215 
20 7 
8 



23A 
22<i 
219 
22S 
223 
6 



201 
199 
189 
203 
200 
3 



224 
22C 
213 
224 
221 
3 



193 
186 
178 
181 

leo 

1 



257 
258 
247 
261 
257 
4 



255 
247 
235 
247 
247 



253 
2 42 
2 28 
238 
2 29 
9 



264 
250 
231 
246 
241 
5 



233 
215 
204 
200 
189 
11 



202 
19 3 
185 
185 
175 
10 



165 
16C 
152 
156 
136 
20 



94 
91 
83 
92 
92 



49 
52 
48 
60 
57 
3 



3067 
2981 
2830 
2963 
2880 
83 



1983-84 
FIRST MO K 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



ENROLL 195 222 208 225 201 219 190 263 242 229 249 186 185 
ADK 193 219 207 224 200 217 189 263 241 228 247 186 184 

ADA 187 213 201 217 194 212 184 256 232 219 236 182 179 



90 52 2956 
90 52 2940 
86 45 2843 



i 962-63 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer School Graduate) 



A1ERIC4N 
INOIAN 



TOTAL AMERICAN BLACK 
INDIAN 



NU-BER 


PFPCE-IT 


'.S 


31.3 


t 


A. 2 


■^1 


^'j .'. 


11 


7.6 


'i 


2.8 


IS 


10. *. 


31 


:i.5 





0.0 


31 


21.5 


1 


0.? 





0.0 


1 


0.7 


5 


3.5 


1 


C.7 


6 


<..2 


9 


6.3 


30 


20.8 


1 


0.7 


I',', 


100.0 



^•KIVATt 5P. INST NC 
PCIVATE SR. OUTSTATE 
'3TAL 

CG^*^ COLL, TECH NC 
r.C. TECH CUT-STATE 



PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. CUTSTATF 
TCTAL 

TRADE, BUSINESS NC 
TRADE, 6USI OUTSTATE 
TCTAL 

"•ILITARV 

Ey"LDy*(ENT 

OTHERS •» 

CfiAN'J TCTAL **» 



INCLUDES HI3PANICS, ALASKAN NATIVES, AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
'INCLUDES INFCRf^ATICN NOT AVAILABLE, MARRIED, ETC. 



11-52 



Newton 

1963-64 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY aSSIGNfENT SCURCE CF FLNCS SEX R.lCE/eTHMC CRIGIN 



CLASSIFICATICN STATE FECEPAl LCCAL VCCAT TOTAL MALE FEHALE fcUTE BLACK OTHER 



CFFICIAL.ADPS.ft'GRS. 2 2 2 2 

PRINCIPALS 7 7 5 2 7 

ASST PRINC, TEACHING 3 I <> 3 1 3 I 

ASST PRINCtKONTEACHING 

ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 75 9 12 2 98 6 92 91 7 

SECONDARY TEACHERS 27 7 9 ^3 16 27 *1 1 1 

OTHEK TEACHERS 17 2 3 22 6 16 21 1 

GUIOANCE 3 3 3 3 

PSYCHOLOGICAL 

LIBRARIAN, AUDIOVISUAL 5 1 6 6 6 

CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 2 1 3 12 3 

OTHER PRCFESSICNAL 111 3 33 

TEACHER AIDES 41 9 12 2 64 2 62 57 7 

TECHNICIANS 

CLERICAL, SECRETARIAL 10 4 14 14 14 

SERVICE hCRKERS 13 28 . 4l 7 34 33 7 I 

SKILLED CiJAFTS y , 

LABORERS. UNSKILLED 

TOTAL 2C6 22 69 13 310 48 262 264 24 2 

* VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID Af PROX IffATELY 62.18PCT FROM STATE, 
25.64PCT FRON LOCAL, AND 12.18PCT FRCK FEDERAL FLNCS. 

1962-60 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 

AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SCURCE »••••♦•»»• ppi P'JPIL EXPENDITURE 

FINAL 
LEA AOM STATE FEDERAL LOCAL 

NtWTOS CITY 2,981 

SALARIES 3,272,091 293,436 741.838 

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 640.060 64,305 159,198 

PUKCHASEO SERVICES 96.487 21,052 1-41,606 

SUP^-LIES C MATERIALS 146,985 121.091 308.400 

CAPITAL OUTLAY 5,945 4,176 19.141 

OTHER OBJECTS 748 7,098 

TOTAL 4,162,315 506,060 1,377.280 

PERCENT OF TOTAL 68.8 8.4 22.8 



11-53 















PfRC'NT 




TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


Of- lOIAL 


4 


.309.365 


1097.65 


99.11 


248.86 


1.445.62 


71.3 




863.563 


214.71 


21.57 


53.^0 


269.68 


14,3 




259,1*5 


32.37 


7.06 


47.50 


86.93 


4.3 




576. *76 


49.31 


*0.62 


103.46 


IS3.39 


9.5 




29.261 


1.99 


1.40 


6.42 


9.81 


• 5 




7,846 


.25 




2.38 


2.63 


.1 


6 


,045,655 
100.0 


1396.28 


169.76 


462.02 


2,028.06 


100.0 



CHATHAM 

Perry W. Harrison, Supt. 
501 West Street, Box 128 
Pittsboro, N. C. 27312 

9 Elementary Schools 
3 Secondary Schools 

5th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1S82-83 
FINAL 

ENROLL 

AOM 

ADA 

MLO 

PRCH 

N-P 



A53 'il9 ^19 A27 -i^l 
439 ICi AC8 412 435 
414 38e 3S1 396 4 19 



22 



10 



11 



36 



27 



8 



12 



17 



20 



17 106 



65 



14 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



485 5C9 541 523 597 443 372 377 
478 5C2 528 5 10 572 432 362 369 
459 479 504 482 541 415 345 353 



434 403 4C6 41C 433 478 497 530 507 563 426 358 367 
412 367 379 402 421 461 490 510 490 457 361 344 357 



10 



30 


20 


6056 


29 


23 


5903 


25 


20 


562-; 



23 



1983-84 
FIRST MO 



12 T->1H EXCP TOTAL 



EN90LL 411 447 397 392 415 455 471 516 517 581 498 373 367 
A0»1 406 444 394 389 415 451 466 514 516 577 491 372 366 

ADA 398 431 383 3 81 405 439 456 497 501 561 478 364 355 



24 


34 


5898 


23 


34 


5858 


22 


33 


5704 



i 982-63 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer School GraduataB) 









MALE 






AMERICAN 
INDIAN 


BLACK 


FEMALE 

WHITE 


OTHER* 


TOTAL 


rMj-BEP 


TOTAL 


AME5 ICtN 
INOUV 


BLACK 


WHITE 


OTHER* 


TOTAL 


PE": CE'JT 


PkJ^HC SR. INST NC 
PJi^lIC ^k. i.UT-ST.Mr 
Tl'TA!. 


C 
D 




10 

10 


20 

1 

21 


1 


1 


31 

1 

32 






16 



16 


35 

2 

?7 







51 

? 

53 


3 
85 


?"i.2 

0. "t 


P-. IVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. 'JUTSTATE 

TCTAL 


c 





4 

1 

5 


1 
5 







8 
2 
10 







7 


7 


11 

1 
12 







18 

1 

19 


2 6 

3 

29 


7.'. 

0.8 


CCVy COLL, TECH NC 
C.C. TECH CUT-STATE 
TCTAL 


c 
c 




12 

12 


2A 









36 



36 







18 

1 

19 


A2 


42 







60 

1 

61 


96 

1 
97 


27.2 
27.5 


PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. CUTSTATE 
TUTiL 




c 
c 








1 


1 







1 

I 














1 
1 









1 
1 


1 
2 


0.3 
0. 3 
0.6 


T-ATE, BUSINESS NC 
T-tOE, BUSI OUTSTATE 

t:;tal 


c 






3 
3 
6 


2 

3 

5 







5 
6 

11 








5 
5 


3 


3 







3 
8 


e 
11 

19 


?.3 

3.1 
5.4 


"!L I'ARY 


C 


I'i 


16 





30 





7 








7 


37 


10.5 


E-PLOrMENT 





7 


3A 





'.I 


c 


10 


27 





3r 


73 


72.1 


OTHERS •• 


c 





2 





2 





2 


2 





•, 


e 


1.7 


3PA'.D TOTAL *»* 





5* 


108 


1 


163 





66 


12'. 


n 


190 


353 


ICO.O 



l'CLU?ES HISPANICS, ALASKAN NATIVES. AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
■INCLLiOtS I'.'FCR"ATICN NOT AVAILABLE, MARPICD, ETC. 



11-54 



Chatham 

1963-84 Public School Personnel Summory 

(Full-time personnel only) 

ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT SCURCE CF FLNCS SEX RACE/ETHNIC OPICIN 



CLASSIFICATICN STATE FEDERAL ICCAL VCCAT TOTAL MALE FEMALE KUTE BLACK OTHER 



CFFICIAL,AOKS.,fCRS. 2 2* 

PRINCIPALS 12 12 

ASST PRINC, TEACHING 2 2 

ASST PRINC, NCNTEACHING 5 5 

ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 123 ♦ 137 

SECONDARY TEACHERS 58 8 26 92 

CTHER TEACHERS 33 20 16 3 72 

GUIDANCE 6 1 18 

PSYCHOLOGICAL 1 1 2 

LIBRARIAN, AUDIOVISUAL 7 7 

CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR * 1 5 

CTHER PRCFESSICNAL * ♦ 

TEACHER AIDES 73 6 12 91 

TECHNICIANS 1 1 

CLERICAL, SECRETARIAL 13 2 10 1 

SERVICE WORKERS 26 57 

SKILLED CRAFTS ? 11 
LABORERS. UNSKILLED 

TOTAL 388 31 121 31 



1 


10 


2 




<• 


1 


115 


106 


30 


52 


77 


15 


59 


64 


8 


5 


6 


2 


2 


2 




7 


7 




', 


5 




4 


3 


1 


91 


80 

1 


11 



26 




83 


17 


20 


20 



vnCATtCNAL TEACHERS* SALARIES ARE PAID A f PRO » If-ATELY 62.18PCT FROM STATE, 
25.64PCT FROM LOCAL, AND 12.18PCT FRC^' FECERAL FUNGS. 

1962-63 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 

AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE •»•»•••«•• PER PUPIL EXPENDITURE »»••••»• 

STATE FEDERAL LOCA 

S. 357, 408 1063.03 114.18 238.57 1,415.7 

208.43 24.61 50.07 

20.42 5.29 109. S3 

82.88 56.30 163.53 

3.56 5.73 10.91 

.17 7.90 16.51 

12,907,683 1378.49 214.01 594.12 2,166.62 



LEA 


FINAL 

ADM 




STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 




TOTAL 


CHATHAM COUNTY 


5.9C3 














SALARIES 




6 


275,068 


674,034 


1,408,307 


8 


,357,408 


EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 




1 


,230.367 


145,296 


295,566 


1 


,671,230 


PURCHASED SERVICES 






120,528 


31,245 


646,564 




798,336 


SUPPLIES t MATERIALS 






489,257 


332,311 


994,816 


1 


,816,384 


CAPITAL OUTLAY 






20, 993 


33,839 


64,420 




119,252 


OTHER OBJECTS 






981 


46,643 


97,449 




145,073 


TOTAL 




8 


137,194 


1.263,368 


3,507,122 


12 


,907.683 


PERCENT OF TOTAL 






63.0 


9.8 


27.2 




100.0 





PEC.CFNT 


TOTAL 


OF TOTAL 


415.78 


64.7 


283.11 


13.0 


135.24 


6.2 


307.71 


14.1 


20.20 


.9 


24.58 


l.l 


166.62 


I 00.0 



11-55 



CHEROKEE 

William Roy Pipes, Supt. 
P. 0. Box 710 
Murphy, N. C. 28906 

7 Elementary Schools 
3 Combined Schools 

8th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


ENROLL 


301 


31C 


269 


32C 


2S9 


318 


355 


371 


3 18 


34 6 


320 


289 


223 


6 


ADM 


282 


28S 


274 


304 


2S1 


301 


339 


355 


3 05 


321 


296 


264 


212 


6 


ACA 


259 


271 


260 


289 


277 


285 


324 


334 


290 


29 8 


2 79 


24 9 


2C2 


6 


MLO 


280 


28S 


275 


300 


2S1 


300 


336 


354 


304 


308 


2 89 


256 


211 


6 


PRCM 


271 


278 


2t4 


289 


265 


300 


331 


340 


291 


254 


2 59 


24 7 


2C6 


6 


N-P 


9 


11 


U 


11 


6 




5 


14 


13 


54 


30 


9 


5 




1983-8A 
FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


ENPOLL 

ADM 

ADA 


248 
244 
234 


293 
290 
28 2 


291 

290 

282 


273 
2 72 
264 


301 
299 
2 92 


284 
283 
2 79 


294 
294 
284 


363 
362 
349 


353 
3 52 
342 


333 
330 
315 


27S 

2 74 
253 


27 1 
269 
258 


261 
259 
2 5L 


8 

7 
7 



4065 
3839 
3623 
3799 
35 21 
178 



3 8V9 
3 82 5 
370 2 



1 962-63 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer School Graduate) 

HALE FEMALE 

A'1E'«IC«N OLACK WHITE OTHE 



PJDLIC SS. INST NC 

fJBLi; Sr;. CUT-STATf 
T^TAL 

P'lVATE SP.. INST NC 
PriviTE SR. OUTSTATE 
TPTAl 

CC-V COLL . TECH NC 
C.^. TECH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE J'5. CCLL NC 
PPIVATE J3. CUTSTATE 
TCTAL 

TRADE, BUSINESS NC 
T^JPE, euSI CUTSTATE 
TCTAL 

'*\ LITARY 

EMPLOYMENT 

OTHERS »»■ 

SKAND TOTAL *•» 



3 1.3 
■'■7.1 



CO 
0.5 
0.5 



r-iCLUDES HISPANICS. ALASKAN NATIVES, AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
"INCLUDES INFCR^^AT10N NOT AVAILABLE, MARRIED, ETC. 



11-56 



Cherokee 

1963-64 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 

ACTIVITY ASSIGNfENT SCURCE CF FLNCS SEX BACE/ETHNIC CRICIN 

CLASSIFICATICN STATE FECERAL ICCAL VCCAT TOTAL MALE FEMALE k.HTE BLACK OTHER 



CFFICIAL.ACfS.iXGRS. 


2 


PRINCIPALS 


9 


ASST PRINC, TEACHING 


3 


ASST PRISCNONTEACHING 




ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 


IC* 


SECONDARY TEACHERS 


51 


OTHER TEACHERS 


23 


GUIDANCE 


2 


PSYCHOLCGICAL 


1 


LIBRARIAN, AUDIOVISUAL 


6 


CONSULTANT, SUPER VISOR 


2 


CTHER PRCFESSICNAL 


5 


TEACHER AIDES 


43 


TECHNICIANS 


2 


CLERICAL, SECRETARIAL 


15 


SERVICE t^CRKERS 


3 


SKILLED CRAFTS 




LABORERS, UNSKILLED 


19 


TOTAL 


2S0 



1 105 25 80 

I 52 19 33 

3J 8 25 



1 16 16 

41 . 4* 2 «2 

1 I 1 ■ 

19 It, 5 

47 S-kB Bfl 260 



• VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 62.18PCT FROM STATE. 
25.6'iPCT FRCM LOCAL, AND 12.18PCT FRCM FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1962-63 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 







AMOUNTS EXPENDED 


BY SOURCE 








• •*•••••** PER 


PUPIL EXPENDITURE 




LEA 


FINAL 

AOM 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 




TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


PERCENT 
OF TOTAL 


CHEROKEE COUNTY 


3.839 






















SALARIES 




*. 005. 700 


478.252 


349.176 


4 


.833.128 


1043.42 


124.58 


90.9 5 


1,258.95 


66.5 


EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 




804, B27 


109,792 


66.110 




980,729 


209.64 


28.60 


17.22 


255.46 


13.6 


PURCHASED SERVICES 




29,469 


30.953 


255.414 




315,836 


7.68 


8.06 


66.53 


82.27 


4.3 


SUPPLIES i MATERIALS 




322,555 


321.674 


383.083 


1 


,027,313 


84.02 


83.79 


99.79 


267.60 


14.1 


CAPITAL OUTLAY 




10,672 


15.430 


17,726 




43,829 


2.78 


4.02 


4.62 


11.42 


.6 


OTHER OBJECTS 




765 


30.884 


36,495 




68,144 


.20 


8.04 


9.51 


17.75 


.9 


ror»L 




5.173.988 


986.985 


1.108.005 


7 


268,978 


1347.74 


257.09 


288.62 


1,893.45 


100.0 


PERCENT CF TOTAL 




71.2 


13.6 


15.2 




100. 













11-57 



CHOWAN 

Dr. John B. Dunn, Supt. 
E. King St., Box 206 
Edenton, N. C. 27932 

4 Elementary Schools 
1 Secondary School 
1 Combined School 

1st Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1982-83 


































FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


ENROLL 


212 


188 


l-^S 


20 5 


1S7 


183 


193 


184 


185 


245 


209 


160 


1S7 


9 




2563 


ACM 


202 


182 


ISO 


20^^ 


l«3 


177 


191 


178 


180 


226 


1S8 


150 


1S2 


9 




2475 


ACA 


190 


172 


182 


19« 


lf7 


170 


185 


170 


172 


211 


186 


141 


162 


8 




2353 


HLO 


205 


18<^ 


186 


20 'i 


ISl 


177 


192 


177 


179 


219 


196 


148 


192 


9 




?4 62 


PRCM 


203 


161 


182 


20 2 


lEl 


172 


187 


169 


170 


172 


173 


138 


176 


9 




.^298 


N-P 


2 


23 


4 


2 


10 


5 


5 


8 


9 


47 


23 


10 


16 






164 


1983-8^ 


































FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


3 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


ENPOLL 


191 


227 


163 


179 


211 


188 


177 


196 


173 


222 


19D 


184 


151 


9 




2461 


AOV 


190 


227 


163 


177 


211 


185 


175 


194 


172 


216 


186 


183 


150 


9 




2436 


ADA 


185 


22 1 


160 


17'V 


2 05 


182 


172 


189 


165 


207 


177 


175 


144 


9 




2365 



1 962-60 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer School Graduates) 



TOTAL 



PUFU: SP. INST ^'C 

Pi'B'.i: SR. OUT-STATE 

t;tal 

PkIVATE SP. INST NC 
?=lVArE %«.. CUTSTATE 



CC'M COLLi TECH NC 

:.:. TECH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

P^ IVATE JP . COLL NC 
P-:VATE JP. CUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

TfACF, BUSINESS NC 
TPAOE. SUSI CUTSTATE 



0. n 
12.5 

2.2 

1. I 
3.3 



MILITARY 
EMt'LOYMENT 
OTHERS •• 
C?.t\0 TOTAL *•• 



A. 3 
2f> .6 
2 8.0 

100. •? 



• INCLUDES HISPANICS, ALASKAN NATIVES, AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
'•INCLUDES INFCRKATION NOT AVAILABLE, MARRIED, ETC. 



11-58 



19d3-d4 Public School Personnel Summory 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNf'ENT 



CLASSIFICATICh 



SCURCE CF FLNCS 



Chowan 



PACE/ETHNIC CHIGIN 



STATE FEDERAL LCCAL 



FEMALE hUTE BLACK OTHFR 



CFFICIAL.ADPS. tHGRS. 

PRINCIPALS 

A5ST PRINC, TEACHING 

ASST PRINC, NCNTEACHING 

ELEMENTARY TEACI-ERS 5 

SECONDARY TEACHERS 2 

OTHER TEACHERS 3 

GUIDANCE 

PSYCHOLCGICAL 

LIBRARIAN. AUDIOVISUAL 

CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 

OTHER PPOFESSICNAL 

TEACHER AICES 3 

TECHNICIANS 

CLERICAL, SECRETARIAL 8 

SERVICE WORKERS 16 

SKILLED CRAFTS 3 

LABORERS, UNSKILLED 

TOTAL 165 



16 52 





20 


5 


15 


11 


15 


50 


20 


30 


31 


1 


3 


2 


1 


2 



t. 


2 


2 


1 

1 


1 

2 




39 


18 


22 


1 




1 


15 


12 


3 


39 


12 


36 



» VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID A FPRCX IfA TELY 62.18PCT FROM STATE, 
25.6<^PCT FROf< LOCAL, AND 12.18PCT FRCM FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1962-63 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



LEA 
CHOWAN COUNTY 
SALA!(IES 

EHPLCYEE BENEFITS 
PURCHASED SERVICES 
SUPPLIES i MATERIALS 
CAPITAL OUTLAY 
OTHER OBJECTS 
TOIAL 
PERCENT OF TOIAL 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE 



FINAL 

AOK 




STATE 


Z.'.TS 








2 


743,619 
5*7,733 

59,300 
15*, 9** 

11.316 
98* 




3 


,517,896 
6*.9 



FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


*0*,2*3 


619,337 


90,200 


1*0.57* 


18.637 


150.990 


160,133 


252,897 


1*,2*9 


*,766 


17,620 


30,*56 


705.081 


1,1^9,019 


13.0 


22.1 



• ••••**••• PER PUPIL EXPENDITURE 

TOTAL STATE FEDERAL LOCAL TOTAL 

3,767,199 1108.53 163.33 250.2* 1,522.10 

778,507 221.31 36.** 56.80 31*. 55 

228,926 23.96 7.53 61.01 92.50 

567,97* 62.60 6*. 70 1 C2 . 1 8 229. *8 

30,331 *.57 5.76 1.93 12.26 

*9,060 .*0 7.12 12.31 19.83 

5,*21,996 1*21.37 28*. 88 *e*.*7 2,190.72 

100.0 



PFRCENT 

CF TUIAL 



69.5 
I*. 3 

*.2 

10.5 

.6 



11-59 



CLAY 

Douglas S. Penland, Supt. 
P. 0. Box 178 
Hayesville, N. C. 28904 

1 Elementary School 
1 Combined School 

8th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1902-83 


































FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


ENRCLL 


97 


83 


68 


104 


116 


98 


1C9 


113 


104 


108 


80 


79 


86 


7 




1272 


ADM 


90 


75 


£7 


98 


lie 


93 


1C6 


106 


102 


105 


76 


75 


85 


7 




1215 


ACfi 


83 


71 


83 


94 


1C5 


88 


101 


101 


96 


99 


70 


70 


7S 


6 




1146 


MLD 


89 


77 


J7 


99 


113 


92 


1C8 


108 


104 


103 


74 


75 


£4 


7 




1220 


PRCM 


81 


73 


£7 


98 


113 


92 


1C6 


107 


102 


93 


67 


75 


78 


7 




^179 


N-P 


e 


A 




1 






2 


1 


2 


10 


7 




6 






41 


1983-84 


































FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EX CD 


TOTAL 


ENPOLL 


92 


87 


75 


91 


101 


115 


94 


109 


113 


113 


lOD 


75 


77 


7 




12A9 


AOX 


91 


87 


75 


90 


100 


115 


94 


108 


112 


110 


99 


73 


77 


7 




1238 


ADA 


89 


85 


72 


89 


97 


111 


90 


106 


108 


107 


9i 


70 


73 


7 




1200 



1 962-63 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer Schooi Graduatae) 



TOTAL AMF'^ir.tN BLACK 
INDIAN 



PloiIC ?;C. INST NC 

P-ift IC SK. 3ur-ST«TE 
TLTAL 

PRIVATE S«. INST NC 
P- rVATE Sl^. CUT5TATE 
TITTAL 

CC-'" :OLL, TECH NC 

L.C. TECH CJT-STATE 
TCTAL 

PRIVATE J^. COLL NC 
P^WATE JO. CUTSTATE 
T.'TAL 

T^APE, El'SlNESS NC 
TKAJE, 8USI OUTSTATE 
I3TAL 

MILITARY 

E^PLCYME'IT 

OTHERS •» 

GPANO TOTAL ••• 









? 


f. 


32 


c 








32 


.9 


6 


b 


•> 


T 


6 


6 








- 





" 





in 


5 


7 


9 


13 


2 


ICC 






» INCLUDES HISPANICSi ALASKAN NATIVES, AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
♦ •INCLUDES INFCRHATION NOT AVAILABLE, MARRIED, ETC. 



11-60 



Clay 

1963-64 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT SCURCE CF FLNCS SEX PACE/ETHNIC CRIGIN 



1 


1 




I 


2 


? 




2 


2 


2 




2 


25 


3 


22 


25 


27 


16 


11 


27 


1 


1 


10 


l* 
1 


1 




1 


1 


1 


1 




1 


2 


1 


1 


2 


21 




21 


21 


5 




5 


5 


17 


7 


10 


17 



CLASSIf ICATICK STATE FECERAl ICCAL VCCAT TOTAL MALE FEMALE WUTE BLACK OTHER 

CFFlCIAl,ACKS..fCR$. 1 

PRINCIPALS 2 

ASST PRINC, TEACHING 

ASSr PRINCNONTEACHING 2 

ELFMENTARY TEACHERS 25 

SECONDARY TEACHERS 11 8 

OTHER TEACHERS 9 4 I 

GUIDANCE 1 

PSYCHOLCGICAL 

LIBRARIAN. ALDIOVISUAL 1 

CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 1 

OTHER PRCFESSIGNAL 2 

TEACHER AIDES IS 2 

TECHNICIANS 

CLERICAL. SECRETARIAL 2 3 

SERVICE WCRKERS 4 13 

SKILLED CPAFTS 

LABORERS. UNSKILLED 

TOTAL es 4 18 9 119 38 81 119 

• VOCATICNAL TEACHERS* SALARIES APE PAIC / PPRCX If-A TELY 62.18PCT FROM STATE. 
25.6APCT FRC«< LOCAL, AND 12.18PCT FRCf FEDERAL FUNCS. 

1962-63 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 

AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE 

FINAL 
LEA ADM STATE FEDERAL 

CLAY COUNTY 1,215 

SALARIES I, ♦as, 402 1*7,841 

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 280,923 31,697 

PURCHASED SERVICES 21. SCO 16,401 

SUPPLIES ( MATERIALS 91.643 136.598 

CAPITAL OUTLAY 536 4,610 

OTHER OBJECTS 3T0 1.013 

TOTAL 1,818,375 338,159 

PERCENT OF TOTAL 72.3 13.4 



11-61 







»»•»•••♦•♦ PER 


PUPIL EXPENDITURE 
















PERCENT 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


Of TOTAL 


115,076 


1,686,320 


1171.52 


121.68 


94.71 


1.3H7-91 


67.0 


24,037 


336.657 


231.21 


26.09 


19.78 


2rr. 08 


13.3 


76,598 


114, ^99 


17.70 


13.50 


63.04 


9<>.24 


4.6 


108,702 


336,942 


75.43 


112.43 


89,* 7 


277.33 


13.4 


27.170 


32,316 


.44 


3.79 


22.36 


26.59 


1.3 


7,820 


9,202 


.30 


.83 


6.4* 


7.57 


.4 


359,402 


2.515.936 


1496.60 


278.32 


295.80 


2,070.72 


100.0 


14.3 


100.0 













CLEVELAND 

Dr. A. Mickey Church, Supt. 
130 South Post Road 
Shelby, N. C. 28150 

11 Elementary Schools 
2 Secondary Schools 
2 Combined Schools 

6th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1982-83 


































F IN*L 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


ENROLL 


6A3 


683 


671 


685 


658 


658 


748 


747 


795 


72 3 


775 


682 


6C0 




25 


9093 


flOf 


619 


t5S 


658 


678 


648 


656 


738 


739 


782 


701 


7 29 


657 


587 




25 


8876 


ADA 


578 


621 


629 


650 


620 


625 


7C3 


696 


7 20 


648 


678 


618 


552 




24 


8362 


MLO 


625 


652 


657 


679 


647 


656 


740 


741 


777 


699 


701 


638 


sec 




27 


8819 


PROM 


609 


59S 


623 


666 


642 


654 


733 


722 


729 


620 


652 


558 


555 




27 


3:9 9 


N-P 


16 


53 


24 


13 


5 


2 


7 


19 


48 


79 


49 


80 


25 






'20 


1983-84 


































FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


ENROLL 


628 


664 


624 


656 


676 


659 


670 


752 


781 


737 


697 


703 


605 




19 


8871 


ADH 


621 


661 


621 


656 


6 72 


6 54 


6 67 


750 


770 


731 


689 


69 8 


6 01 




19 


8810 


ADA 


601 


646 


607 


642 


6 58 


6 36 


647 


729 


734 


70 


663 


670 


581 




19 


8533 



1962-63 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer School Graduates) 



I NO I AV 



TOTAL AMERICAN BLACK 
INDIAN 



PUBLIC SR. INST NC 

PJ?Li; SB. CUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

POIVATE S". INST NC 
PRIVATE SP. OUTSTATE 



CC^" COLL, TECH NC 
C.C. TECH CUT-STATE 
TC*AL 

■>^ IVAT5 JR. CCLL NC 
PSIVATE JP. OUTSTATE 
T^'SL 

TRADE, BUSINESS NC 
T3ACf. BUSI OUTSTATE 
TCTAL 

■^il: TARY 

E«PLJV1£NT 

OTHERS •* 

GP.AfvO TOTAL ••• 



NurOEt* 


pttCENT 


79 


l<i.3 


7 


1.3 


96 


15.6 


Z5 


',.5 


4 


0.7 


29 


5.2 


183 


33.1 





0.0 


183 


33.1 


2 


0.^ 


? 


G.O 


2 


0.4 


17 


3.1 


15 


r. 7 


32 


5.8 



INCLUDES HISPANICS, ALASKAN NATIVESt AND ASIAN CR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
'INCLUDES INFCR"ATION NCT AVAILABLE, HARRIED, ETC. 



11-62 



Cleveland 

i9d3-64 Public School Personnel Summory 

(Full-time personnel only) 

ACTIVITY ASSIGNt'ENT SCURCE CF FLNOS SEX PACE/ETHNIC CRICIK 



CLASSIFICATICN STATE FECERAL ICCAL VCCAT TOTAL MALE FE^'AL£ MUTE BLACK OTf-EK 



CFFICIAL,ACKS.,f'GRS. 


4 




2 




6 


4 


2 


6 


PRINCIPALS 


15 








15 


13 


2 


15 


ASST PRINC, TEACHING 


2 








2 


I 


1 


2 


ASST PRINC. NQNTEACHING 


8 








8 


R 




7 


ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 


17S 


I 


14 




194 


14 


180 


165 


SECONDARY TEACHERS 


S2 


2 


9 


IS 


121 


49 


72 


103 


OTHER TEACHERS 


61 


9 


6 


17 


93 


30 


63 


80 


GUIDANCE 


7 




2 


3 


12 


2 


10 


10 


PSYCHOLCCICAL 






2 




2 




2 


2 


LIBRARIAN, AUDIOVISUAL 


17 








17 




17 


12 


CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 


5 


1 


1 


1 


8 


3 


5 


8 


OTHER PRCFESSICNAL 


5 


7 


I 




13 


I 


12 


12 


TEACHER AIDES 


1C« 


29 


9 


2 


144 


1 


143 


126 


TECHNICIANS 




1 


6 




7 


3 


t, 


6 


CLERICAL, SECRETARIAL 


17 


1 


18 


1 


37 




37 


34 


SERVICE WORKERS 


165 




90 




2^9 


79 


180 


161 


SKILLED CRAFTS 


14 




11 




25 


25 




23 


LABORERS. UNSKILLED 


















TCTAL 


6SS 


51 


171 


<.2 


963 


233 


730 


772 



» VOCATICNAL TEACHERS* SALARIES ARE PAIC AFPROX If ATELY 62.18PCT FROM STATE. 
25.64PCT FRCf LOCAL. AND 12.18PCT FRCM FFDERAL FLNCS. 



i 962-03 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 

AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE *•«•••••** pg>, pupn. EXPENDITURE •*•>•*> 





FINAL 






















LEA 


ADM 




STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 




TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


CLEVELAND COUNTY 


8,876 






















SALARIES 




9 


323,796 


867.839 


1,613.661 


11 


,805.295 


1050.45 


97.77 


181.80 


1,330.02 


EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 




I 


864,199 


207,706 


346.690 


2 


,418,595 


210.03 


23.40 


39.06 


272.49 


PURCHASED SERVICES 






186.163 


52.616 


563.4<>2 




802,221 


20.97 


5.93 


63.48 


90.38 


SUPPLIES L MATERIALS 






646.081 


458.187 


992,852 


2 


• 097,120 


72.79 


51.62 


111.86 


2 36.2 7 


CAPITAL OUTLAY 






21.835 


17,048 


6.865 




45,749 


2.46 


1.92 


.77 


5.15 


OTHER OBJECTS 






1.316 


58.549 


152,852 




212,717 


.15 


6.60 


17.22 


23.97 


TOTAL 




12 


043.390 


1.661.945 


3.676.362 


17 


,381.697 


1356.85 


187.24 


414.19 


1.958.28 


PERCENT OF TOTAL 






69.2 


9.6 


21.2 




100.0 











67.9 

13.9 

4.6 

12.1 

.3 

1.2 

100.0 



11-63 



Kings Mountain 

William F. Davis, Supt. 

500 W. Parker Street 

Kings Mountain, N. C. 28086 

6 Elementary Schools 
1 Secondary School 
1 Combined School 



6th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1982-83 


































FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


« 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


ENROLL 


3'i9 


222 


3'i4 


334 


227 


366 


399 


315 


3 72 


361 


350 


290 


2<i6 




15 


44C1 


ADM 


3A3 


218 


338 


332 


229 


353 


395 


305 


357 


334 


3 24 


272 


24C 




15 


4255 


AOfi 


323 


205 


326 


318 


216 


339 


377 


291 


3 28 


306 


305 


258 


225 




14 


4031 


MLC 


3'»3 


32A 


328 


329 


224 


353 


393 


303 


349 


333 


303 


260 


24C 




16 


42CS 


PRCM 


321 


301 


32S 


32 4 


221 


351 


363 


293 


297 


307 


285 


247 


226 




16 


"r.9i 


N-P 


22 


23 


«; 


5 


3 


2 


30 


10 


52 


26 


18 


13 


4 






c.xy 


1983-84 


































FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


ENROLL 


273 


343 


312 


333 


3 35 


333 


375 


367 


314 


331 


332 


302 


250 




13 


4213 


Aoy 


275 


340 


313 


332 


332 


329 


372 


366 


312 


324 


330 


301 


249 




13 


4188 


ADA 


267 


331 


303 


323 


324 


320 


3 62 


357 


2 96 


33 7 


316 


29 1 


242 




12 


4051 



1 962-63 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer School GraduataB) 



I S3 IAN 



TOTAL AMERICAN BLACK 
I NO I AN 



TO'AL 
TOTAL Nir.eEP Pt'^CE'iT 



P'.'ILIC «■■«. INM NC 

PjiJLiC SR. OUT-STAIE 
T T.M 

P lUATE SP. t'.S' NC 
P-ilVATE SR. OUTSTATE 

t;tal 

cc'"' coll, tech nc 
c.c. teck out-state 

TLTAL 



IS. 7 

C. 

IS. 7 



P-IVATE JR. CCLL NC 
PRIVATE .If . OUTSTATE 
Tl'TAL 

T5ADE, BUSINESS NC 
inADE, BUSI OUTSTATE 
TCTAL 

MILITARY 

E^PLIVI^ENT 

OTHERS •• 

G^i'.O TOTAL ••» 



0.4 
0.0 

C. <i 

5. 1 
0.0 
S. 1 



INCLUDES MISPANICS, ALASKAN NATIVES, AND ASIAN CR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
•INCLUDES INFCR-ATION NOT AVAILABLE, HARRIED, ETC- 



11-64 



Kings Mountain 

1983-64 Public School Personnel Summory 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT SCURCE CF FUNCS SEX OACE/ETHNIC CRir.IN 

CLASSIF!CATIC\ STATE fECERAL LCCAL VCCA7 TOTAL KALE FE^-ALE V.>-ITE BLAC'< QTHf 

CFFICIAL,ACfS.,f'GRS- 2 1 « 1 8 « <; 7 1 

PRINCIPALS 8 8 5 3 6 2 
ASST PRINC, TEACHING 

ASST PRINC, NONTEACHING <, <, 

ELE1ENTARY TEACFERS IC7 2 8 4 121 

SECONDARY TEACHERS 43 2 l*. 5V 

CTHER TFACHERS i2 13 3 1 39 

CUIOANCE 4 1 16 

PSYCHCLCGICAL 1 1 2 

LIBRARIAN. AUOICVISUAL 7 18 

CCNSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 1 1 

OTHER PROFESSICNAL 2 1 3 
TEACHER AICES 
TECHNICIANS 

CLERICAL, SECRETARIAL 8 3 5 1 17 17 I', 2 1 

SERVICE WCRKERS 12 62 74 15 50 57 16 1 
SKILLED CRAFTS 
LABORERS, UNSKILLED 
TCTAL 



3 


1 


4 


19 


102 


98 


30 


29 


53 


4 


35 


37 


I 


5 


6 





2 


1 


48 


5 


13 


e 


3 


5 


12 




«2 



» VOCATICNAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID A FPPCX I VA TELV 62.18PCT FROM STATE, 
25.64PCT FROf LOCAL, ANC 12.18PCT FRCM FECERAL FUNDS. 



1962-03 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 







AMOUNTS EXPENDED 


BY SOURCE 






»•*••*••»• PER 


PUPIL E<PENDITURE 




LEA 


FINAL 
AOK 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


PCRCENT 
OF TOTAL 


KINGS MTN CITY 


4,255 




















SAL4R1CS 




4,433,354 


606. 4S9 


1,109,775 


6,149,629 


1041.92 


142.54 


260.82 


1,445.28 


70.3 


EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 




881,905 


134,573 


233.101 


1 ,249,579 


207.26 


31.63 


54.76 


2"33.6T 


14.4 


PU=(CHAStO SERVICES 




122,799 


50,605 


288,591 


461,994 


28.86 


U.S9 


67. 82 


103.5 7 


5.3 


SUPPLIES t MATERIALS 




190,024 


207,807 


419,172 


817,003 


44.66 


48.84 


53.51 


192.01 


9.3 


CAPITAL OJTLAY 




6,370 


21,009 


3,021 


30,401 


1.50 


4.94 


.71 


7.15 


.3 


OTHER OBJECTS 




467 


7.521 


28,273 


36,261 


.11 


1.77 


6.64 


8.52 


. 4 


TOTAL 




5,634,919 1 


,028,015 


2,081,933 


8,744,866 


1324.31 


241.61 


48S.28 


2,055.20 


100.0 


PERCENT OF TOTAL 




64.4 


11.8 


23.8 


100.0 













11-65 



Shelby 



Dr. Johnny E. Presson, Supt. 
315 Patton Drive 
Shelby, N. C. 28150 

4 Elementary Schools 

1 Secondary School 

2 Combined Schools 

6th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



lse2-83 


































FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


THH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


ENRCLU 


268 


265 


276 


249 


275 


280 


299 


310 


3 16 


358 


362 


308 


31C 


107 


23 


4006 


ADM 


259 


261 


265 


239 


267 


274 


296 


304 


312 


336 


338 


29 8 


3Cl 


104 


25 


3879 


ADA 


243 


247 


252 


23C 


257 


264 


284 


290 


2 92 


302 


305 


269 


277 


95 


19 


3626 


MLO 


254 


256 


261 


23 3 


265 


272 


295 


302 


309 


326 


3 29 


300 


3C1 


111 


24 


3840 


PROM 


242 


24C 


252 


232 


2i2 


269 


295 


298 


305 


290 


273 


281 


290 


Ul 


23 


■' '■sa 


N-P 


12 


18 


9 


1 


13 


3 




4 


4 


36 


56 


19 


11 




1 


167 


1983-84 


































FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 



EN^^OLL 258 272 256 256 236 254 276 295 300 349 336 290 293 105 2? 3798 
AD". 253 272 253 2 57 235 252 275 294 299 344 331 289 2 89 104 22 •i769 

ADA 247 267 247 251 231 245 269 288 290 320 310 274 269 99 20 '.')27 



1962-63 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer Schcnl Graduatee) 



TOTAL AMERICAN 
INDIAN 



T OTAL 
TOTAL NUMBER PDi^CEN' 



Pl'^LIC SR. INST NC 

f-l 'Lie SO. OUT-STATE 
TCTAl 



P'lVATE 5R. INST NC 
op iVATE 5P. OUTSTATE 
TCTSL 



2.2 
7.3 



CC'1''l :CLL, TECH NC 

C.:. TECH OJT-STATE 

TCTAL 



22. S 

2,2 

7<..7 



PRIVATE JR. CCLL NC 
PkIVATE jr. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 



4. 7 
0. 7 

5.5 



TRADE, BUSINESS NC 
TRADE, eUSI OUTSTAT! 
TCTAL 



2.5 
0.0 
2.5 



OTHERS •• 
GRANO TCTAL 



10.2 

12.* 

2. 5 

100.0 



INCLUDES HISPANICS. ALASKAN NATlVESt AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
■INCLUDES INFCRVATION NOT AVAILABLE, MARRIED, ETC. 



11-66 



Shelby 



1963-64 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT 



CLASSIFICATION 



SCURCE CF FLNOS 



RACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 



STATE fECERAl ICCAL VCCAT TOTAL KALE FEMALE WH TF BLACK OTHER 



CFFICIAL.AC'S.tKCRS. 
PRINCIPALS 
ASST PRINC. TEACHING 
ASST PRINC.NONIEACHING 
ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 
SECONDARY TEACHERS 
CTHER TEACHERS 
GUIDANCE 
PSYCHOLOGICAL 
LIRRARIAN.ALOIOVISUAL 
CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 
OTHER PROFESSIONAL 
TEACHER AIOES 
TECHNICIANS 
CLERICAL, SECRETARIAL 
SERVICE HCRKERS 
SKILLED CRAFTS 
LABORERS, UNSKILLED 
TOTAL 



3 


3 


72 


5 


100 


44 


48 


7 


3 


I 



» VOCATICNAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID «f PPOX IMATELY 62.19PCT FROM STATE, 
2S.64PCT FROM LOCAL. ANC 12.18PCT FROM FECERAL FUNDS. 



1 962-63 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



LEA 
SHELBY CITY 
SALARIES 

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 
PURCHASED SERVICES 
SUPPLIES C MATERIALS 
CAPITAL OUTLAY 
OTHER OBJECTS 
TOTAL 
PERCENT OF TOTAL 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE 



*•*•*•*••• PER PUPIL EXPENDITURE •••••»•" 



FINAL 
ADM 




STATE 


FEDERAL 




LOCAL 




TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


PERCENT 
OF TOTAL 


3,879 




























4 


,439,^68 


955,150 


1 


,246,416 


6 


,641,534 


1144.62 


246.24 


321.32 


1,712.18 


72.3 






876, $93 


179,949 




247,091 


1 


.303,592 


225.97 


46.39 


63.70 


3 36.06 


14.2 






123,397 


54,732 




240,840 




418,969 


31.81 


14.11 


62.09 


106.01 


4.6 






173,591 


237,875 




318,841 




7 30,106 


44.75 


61.32 


82.20 


188.27 


8.0 






26,419 


16,600 




3,707 




46.726 


6.81 


4.28 


.96 


12.05 


.5 






778 


79 




38,901 




39,758 


.20 


.02 


10,03 


10.25 


.4 




5 


640,706 
61.$ 


1,444.384 
15.7 


2 


,095,796 
22.8 


9 


,180,886 
100.0 


1454.16 


372.36 


540.30 


2,366.82 


100.0 



11-67 



COLUMBUS 

R. Mitchell Tyler, Supt. 
P. 0. Box 729 
Whiteville, N. C. 28472 

11 Elementary Schools 

3 Secondary Schools 

4 Combined Schools 

4th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1982-83 


































F INAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


It 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


ENROLL 


629 


668 


637 


608 


648 


70-^ 


654 


592 


695 


769 


738 


520 


524 


48 


16 


8470 


ADM 


602 


€51 


617 


596 


t<3 


es6 


642 


582 


6 79 


726 


691 


49 


515 


44 


16 


8210 


ADA 


566 


t22 


59^ 


575 


6^,1 


673 


621 


558 


650 


682 


6 50 


462 


485 


40 


15 


7835 


MLO 


599 


455 


621 


603 


«£6 


697 


642 


583 


6 72 


712 


665 


476 


5C8 


44 


17 


8160 


PROM 


586 


552 


5S0 


566 


650 


68'« 


636 


560 


661 


576 


5 83 


430 


5C0 


37 


6 


7617 


N-P 


13 


103 


31 


37 


16 


13 


6 


23 


11 


136 


82 


46 


8 


7 


11 


543 


1983-8'V 


































FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 



ENROLL 559 696 582 626 586 657 695 667 589 763 669 604 461 45 18 8217 
ADM 554 692 582 622 584 656 692 661 584 747 657 597 454 45 17 8 144 

ADA 533 673 568 609 571 643 675 642 567 713 632 575 435 44 16 789i6 



1 962-60 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer School Graduates) 



BLACK WHITE 



TOTAL AMEKICAN BLAC< 
INDIAN 



PJ?LIC SC 

pj?Li; $■; 

rvTAL 



INST NC 
UUT-STATE 



PRIVATE 5R. I^NST NC 
PPIVATE SR. CUTSTATE 
TCTAL 

Cl^-y COLL, TECH NC 

C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 



PRiVA'E J". CCLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TCTSL 

TP&DE, BUSINESS NC 
TSiDE, EUSI CUTSTATE 
TCTAL 

11 L! TARY 

E-PLOYKENT 

OTi^Et^S »* 

GRAND TOTAL *•• 



7 


12 


2.3 


3 


5 


1.0 


10 


17 


3.3 


123 


196 


3t.4 


i. 


5 


1 .0 


127 

1 


ni 


37.4 
0.2 




1 




1 


0.0 
C.2 


8 


13 


2.5 


6 


6 


1.2 


14 


!<) 


3.7 


16 


59 


11.5 


51 


132 


25."? 


13 


16 


3.1 


274 


ill 


lO^J.O 



INC'.UOCS HISPANICS, ALASKAN NATIVES, ANn ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
'INCLUuES INFCRMATION NCT AVAILABLE, MARRIED, ETC. 



11-68 



Col umbus 



1963-64 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-Ume personnel only) 



ACTIVITY 4SSIGNCENT 



SCURCE CF FCNCS 



R/ICE/ETHNIC CRICIN 



CLASSIFICATION 



STATE FEDERAL LCCAL 



FEfALE HHIE BLACK OTHER 



CFFICIAL, Act's. .►'CRS. 


5 


2 


4 


PRINCIPALS 


17 




1 


ASST PRINC, TEACHING 


2 






ASST PRINC, NONTEACHING 


6 






ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 


1?* 






SECONDARY TEACHERS 


66 






OTHER TEACHERS 


A8 


60 


9 


CUIDANCE 


6 






PSYCHOLOGICAL 


1 






LIBRARIAN, ALlDICVISUAL 


17 






CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 


2 


I 


1 


CTHER PROFESSICNAL 


1 




3 


TEACHER AIDES 


IC2 


7 


3 


TECHNICIANS 






2 


CLERICAL. SECRETARIAL 


16 


3 


18 


SERVICE WCRKERS 


63 


121 




SKILLED CRAFTS 








LABORERS. UNSKILLED 








TOTAL 


566 


19* 


*1 



B6 


37 


<i9 


63 


16* 


<.8 


116 


115 


6 

1 


2 
1 


* 


5 
1 


17 


1 


16 


13 


4 


2 


2 


4 


4 




4 


2 


112 


2 


110 


61 


2 


2 






37 


2 


35 


2* 


1 5* 


68 


116 


62 



* VnCATtCNAL TEACHERS* SALARIES ARE PAID AFPflOXIHATELY 62.18PCT FROM STATE. 
25.6'iPCT FROM LOCAL. ANC 12.iaPCT FRCf FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1962-63 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENOEO BY SOURCE 



**•••••••• PER PUPIL EXPENDITURE 



LEA 


FINAL 

AOM 




STATE 




FEDERAL 




LOCAL 




TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


OLUMBUS COUNTY 


8,210 


























SALARIES 




8 


952,357 


2 


,020,348 


1 


,309,186 


12 


,281,891 


1090.42 


246.08 


159.46 


1,495.96 


EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 




1 


780.191 




428,082 




299,210 


2 


,507,484 


216.83 


52.14 


36.44 


305.41 


PURCHASED SERVICES 






H,.37A 




60,214 




600.245 




714,833 


6.62 


7.33 


73.11 


87.06 


SUPPLIES t MATERIALS 






729.314 




660,009 




878,106 


2 


267,429 


88.83 


80.39 


106.96 


276.18 


CAPITAL OUTLAY 






15.836 




90.814 




49.911 




156,562 


1.93 


11.06 


6.08 


19.07 


OTHER OBJECTS 






3,557 




1,263 




74,762 




79,582 


.43 


.15 


9.11 


9.69 


TOTAL 




11 


535,630 


3 


260,731 


3 


,211.421 


18 


007,781 


1405.06 


397.15 


391.16 


2,193.37 


PERCENT OF TOTAL 






64.1 




18.1 




17.8 




100.0 











68.2 
13.9 

4.0 
12.6 



11-69 



Whiteville 

Dr. Jerry D. Paschal, Sijpt. 

120 W. College St., P. 0. Box 609 

Whiteville, N. C. 28472 

3 Elementary Schools 
1 Secondary School 

4th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1952-83 


































FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


t, 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


THH 


EXCP 


TOTfL 


ENROLL 


207 


237 


194 


226 


1S2 


223 


241 


222 


2 24 


271 


253 


19 2 


166 


9 


5 


2882 


ADM 


203 


232 


193 


223 


165 


221 


233 


223 


2 17 


248 


2 36 


176 


160 


9 


5 


2784 


ACA 


193 


222 


185 


215 


179 


213 


225 


212 


205 


226 


221 


166 


171 


8 


5 


2646 


MLD 


204 


23C 


197 


221 


184 


224 


232 


224 


2 13 


240 


2 29 


169 


178 


10 


5 


2760 


PRCM 


188 


187 


195 


218 


181 


221 


214 


215 


207 


171 


185 


155 


173 


2 


2 


2514 


N-P 


16 


A3 


2 


3 


3 


3 


18 


9 


6 


69 


44 


14 


5 


8 


3 


246 


1983-8'f 


































FIRST HO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTA^ 


ENROLL 


198 


250 


200 


202 


218 


186 


233 


229 


221 


269 


2 22 


216 


169 


8 


6 


2827 


ADV 


193 


2'V8 


197 


2 00 


216 


185 


232 


227 


220 


26 5 


215 


213 


169 


9 


6 


2 794 


ADA 


189 


241 


193 


197 


212 


183 


226 


220 


212 


24 5 


2 02 


201 


160 


9 


5 


2 69 5 



1 962-63 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer School Graduates) 



AiERICiN BLACK 
I KD IAN 



TOTAL AMERICAN 
INDIAN 



PU3LIC SR. INST NC 

P.i'^Lir SR. CJT-STATE 
TO I AL 

PKIVATE SR. INST NC 
P=;ViTE SR. DUTSTATE 
TC^iL 

C'.^M COLL, TECH NC 

C.C. TECH CUT-STATE 
TCT4L 



'.'..9 

0,0 

'.A. 9 



PPIVATE 


JR. 


COLL 


NC 


PRIVATE 


JR. 


OUTSTATE 


TCTAL 








T^iDE. 


BUSINESS 


NC 


T^iDE, 


BUSI 


OUTSTATE 


TOTAL 








"I LIT4R 


V 






c-PL.TVMENT 






CIHERS 


• • 






G=:a-JO T 


CTAL 


... 





b.Z 
II. "! 



» 1\CLUDES HISPAMCS, ALASKAN NATIVES. AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
"INCLUDES INFCkMATION NOT AVAILABLE, MARRIED, ETC. 



11-70 



Whi tevi lie 



1963-64 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGKKENT 



SCURCE CF FLNCS 



PACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 



CLASSIFICATICN 



STATE FEDERAL ICCAL 



FEMALE HUTE 



CFFlCIAL.AC^'S-iMGRS. 5 I 6 3 3 5 1 

PRINCIPALS 4 ti 'i 2 2 

ASST PRINC, TEACHING 

ASST PRINC. NONfEACHING * 4 2 2 3 1 

ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 70 70 7 63 60 10 

SECONDARY TEACHERS 25 1 26 <J 17 19 7 

OTHER TEACHERS 11 10 2 14 37 7 30 28 9 

GUIDANCE 3 3 12 2 1 

PSYCHOLOGICAL 

LIBRARIAN, ALDICVISUAL 4 4 4 3 1 

CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 

OTHER PROFESSIONAL 2 1 3 3 3 

TEACHER AIDES 33 * 37 2 35 13 24 

TECHNICIANS 

CLERICAL, SECRETARIAL 10 1 3 14 14 12 2 

SERVICE WORKERS 13 32 45 15 30 16 29 

SKILLED CRAFTS 

LABORERS. UNSKILLED 

TOTAL 184 15 40 14 253 50 203 166 87 

* VOCATICNAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID A FPRCX IMA TEL Y 62.1SPCT FROH STATEt 
25.t4PCT FRCf LOCAL. AND 12.18PCT FRC" FEDERAL FUNDS. 

1962-63 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE 



»•**••• PER PUPIL E<PENDITURE 



LEA 

WHITEVILLE CITY 
SALARIES 

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 
PURCHASED SERVICES 
SUPPL lES t MATERIALS 
CAPITAL OUrLAY 
OTHER OBJECTS 
TOTAL 
PERCENT OF TOTAL 



FINAL 

ADM 



2,964.440 

580.237 

98.119 

125.405 

3.947 

868 

3.773.014 

68.0 



421.225 

80.158 

15.552 

220.681 

2.741 

41.225 

781.581 

14.1 



PFiiCcNT 
TOTAL STATE FEDERAL LOCAL TOTAL OF TOTAL 



403.970 


3 


,789,636 


1064 


81 


151 


30 


145 


10 


1.361 


.21 


63 


3 


77,552 




737,946 


208 


.42 


28 


79 


27 


86 


2 65 


07 


13 


3 


217,323 




330,994 


35 


.24 


5 


59 


78 


06 


118 


89 


6 





240.944 




587,029 


45 


04 


79 


27 


86 


55 


210 


86 


10 


& 


1.297 




7,984 


1 


42 




98 




47 


2 


87 




1 


49,758 




91,851 




.31 


14 


81 


17 


87 


32 


99 


1 


7 


990.843 


5 


,545. *39 


13 55 


24 


280 


.74 


355 


91 


1,991 


89 


100 





17.9 




100.0 























11-71 



CRAVEN 

Dr. Ben D. Quinn, Supt. 
222 Broad Street, Box 969 
New Bern, N. C. 28560 

15 Elementary Schools 
4 Secondary Schools 

2nd Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



ise2 


-83 
















F1N*L 


K 


1 


2 


3 


k 


5 


6 


ENROLL 


1200 


1292 


lies 


1103 


1112 


1C72 


1160 


ACf* 




1102 


120C 


1022 


1035 


1C53 


1C14 


1C99 


ADA 




1029 


lUl 


99C 


993 


ICIO 


976 


1048 


MLD 




109A 


list 


1C17 


1024 


1C55 


1C15 


1101 


PROM 




1082 


1C59 


9^7 


971 


IClO 


S9G 


980 


N-P 




12 


137 


70 


53 


«5 


25 


121 


1983- 


34 
















FIRST 


MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 



956 
894 
958 
862 
96 



918 1241 
885 1113 
827 1040 
893 1055 



805 
88 



831 
224 



10 

909 
833 
788 
798 
645 
153 



11 

792 
74C 
694 
718 
586 
132 

11 



12 THH EXCP TOTAL 



748 
7C5 
665 
666 
624 
<2 



104 
101 
93 
101 
101 



11 
22 

20 

22 

21 

1 



13789 
i2fl90 
12208 
J 27 3 3 
11514 
1219 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



ENROLL 1075 1248 1154 1025 1028 1057 1080 1113 
ADK 1068 1231 1141 1013 1019 1047 1067 1100 

ADA 1026 1187 1109 990 991 1018 1038 1065 



9ftR 


1154 


965 


79 1 


672 


97 


28 


13475 


976 


1131 


949 


774 


662 


96 


28 


13 302 


934 


1083 


917 


750 


643 


92 


26 


12869 



1982-63 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer School GraduatSB) 











fALE 












FEMALE 


_ 





._ 







«•_.« 




— -- 




— 




A 


ME" 


ICAN 


BLACK 


WHITE 


OTHER' 


TOTAL 


AMER 


CAN 


BLACK 


WHITE 




INDIAN 










INDIAN 






f'.C'LIC 5R. INST NC 




1 


zz 


62 


1 


66 







25 


47 


^ JLIC SK. JOT-STATE 




C 


i. 


10 





!<. 







1 




K TtL 




1 


26 


72 


1 


100 







26 




P^IVITE 5R. I^ST NC 




r 


<; 


13 





17 







7 


13 


pi^-IVATc S-^. OUTSTATC 







2 


5 





7 







1 




TC*4L 




C 


6 


18 





24 







8 


16 


CCMy COLL, TECH \C 




1 


17 


50 





68 







35 


53 


C.C. TECH CUT-STATE 







1 








1 













TCTAL 




1 


18 


50 





69 







35 


53 



TOTAL 
TOTAL N'JVBFB PTPCENT 



private jr. coll nc 
private jr. cutstate 
t:tal 

T?a3£, BOSI\ESS NC 
TRADE, BUSI CUTSTATE 
TCTAL 

HILI T4RY 

euPLOVHEM 

OTMERS •• 

GRAND TOTAL «•• 



IM 


?'..2 


23 


3.5 


114 


27.' 


^7 


5. '• 


11 


1.7 


<.8 


7.2 


15 ■) 


2 3.6 


1 


0.2 


159 


23."; 


26 


3. 9 


1, 


0.6 


30 


4.5 


10 


1.5 


2 


3.3 



« INCLUDES HISPANICS, ALASKAN NATIVES, AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
• •INCL'JDES INFCR^IATION NOT AVAILABLE, MARRIED, ETC. 



11-72 



Craven 

i 963-64 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 

ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT SCURCE CF FLNCS SEX PACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 

CLASSIFICATION STATE FEDERAL LCCAL VCCAT TOTAL MALE FEMALE WHITE BLACK OTHE 



CFFICIAL.AOMS.,MCRS. 


S 


PRINCIPALS 


19 


ASST PRINC, TEACHING 


2 


ASST PRINC, NONTEACHING 


9 


ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 


316 


SECONDARY TEACHERS 


93 


CTHER TEACHERS 


111 


G'JIOANCE 


15 


PSYCHOLOGICAL 


4 


LIBRARIAN, AUDIOVISUAL 


21 


CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 


2 


OTHER PROFESSIONAL 


e 


TEACHER AICES 


1E6 


TECHNICIANS 




CLERICAL, SECRETARIAL 


25 


SERVICE WCRKERS 


44 


SKILLED CRAFTS 


11 


LABORERS. UNSKILLED 




TOTAL 


iit 



1 


1 


12 


5 






19 


15 






3 


2 


1 




10 


8 


IT 




333 


14 


1 




94 


20 


10 


57 


223 


74 




2 


17 


6 



13 

10 205 

3 3 

46 1 75 

142 iSfe 

28 39 



7 


11 


4 


16 


I 


2 


2 


6 


319 


272 


74 


70 


149 


187 


11 


14 


3 


4 


18 


19 


1 


3 


13 


10 


202 


1*0 


2 


2 



• VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAIC AFPROX IMATELY 62.18PCT FROM STATE, 
25.64PCT FKCf LOCAL. AND 12.18PCT FRCf FEDERAL FLNCS. 



1962-63 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 







AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE 








• ••*•*•**• PER 


PUPIL EXPENDITURE 




LEA 


FINAL 
AOM 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 




TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


PERCENT 
OF T0T4L 


CRAVEN COUNTY 


12,890 






















SALARIES 




13,460,908 


1.575.395 


2.542.325 


17 


.578.628 


1044.29 


122.22 


197.23 


1,363.74 


67.3 


EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 




2.674.798 


3*0,477 


518.817 


3 


,53*. 092 


207.51 


26. *1 


*0.25 


27*. 17 


13.6 


PURCHASED SERVICES 




359, 9*2 


67,247 


886,968 


1 


,31*, 156 


27.92 


5.22 


68.81 


101.95 


5.0 


SUPPLIES t MATERIALS 




719.259 


885.423 


1,760,455 


3 


,365,137 


55.80 


68,69 


136.58 


261.07 


12.9 


CAPITAL OUTLAY 




37.185 


136.240 


37,592 




211,018 


2.88 


10.57 


2.92 


16.37 


.8 


OTHER OBJECTS 




8,124 


122 


101.996 




110,242 


.63 


.01 


7.91 


8.55 


.* 


TOTAL 




17.260.216 


3.004.904 


5.848.153 


26 


,113,274 


1339.03 


233.12 


453.70 


2,025.85 


100. 


PERCENT OF TOTAL 




66.1 


11.5 


22.4 




100.0 













11-73 



CUMBERLAND 

Dr. Jack Britt, Supt. 

P. 0. Box 2357, Hwy. 301 S. 

Fayetteville, N. C. 28302 

36 Elementary Schools 
6 Secondary Schools 
12 Combined Schools 

4th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1S82-83 
FINAL 

ENROLL 

ADM 

ADA 

MLO 

PROM 

N-P 



1 



IC 



U 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



2897 Z^aa 2<3CS 2901 2841 2S15 303A 3057 2909 2789 2873 2275 2«19 

2600 2t-A<i ZtZi* 2672 2660 2731 2863 2894 27 18 2609 2668 2160 2lt\ 

2424 2511 2568 2559 2566 2622 2746 2747 2548 2441 2486 2014 2176 

2573 2636 2676 2641 2654 2716 2854 2886 26 86 2563 2595 2123 2329 

2505 2442 2544 2526 26C6 2681 2820 2689 2500 2393 2303 2013 2274 

68 194 122 115 48 35 34 197 186 170 292 110 55 



371 


37143 


391 


34670 


357 


32765 


423 


34355 


410 


35706 


13 


1049 



1983-84 
FIRST HO K 



10 



11 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



ENROLL 2570 2900 2669 2693 2647 2695 2756 3029 2914 273 3 2769 2326 2127 
AOy 2496 2842 2621 2661 2612 2665 2728 2994 2874 2663 2721 2300 2107 

AD* 2392 2746 2547 2585 2551 2601 2653 2908 2779 2566 2599 2198 2014 



355 


35153 


348 


34632 


328 


3?46-' 



1962-63 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer School Graduatae) 









MALE 










FEMALE 








TOTAL 


« 


-ERICAN 
INOIAV 


PLACK 


WHITE 


OTHER* 


TOTAL 


AMERICAN 
INDIAN 


BLACK 


».'HITE 


OTHER* 


TOTAL 


NL"HCEP 


,r.C-.- 


PJfMC S?.. INST NC 




116 


182 


12 


312 


2 


132 


152 


5 


29 1 


603 


26.1 


PJJIIC SR. OUT-STSTE 


3 


1 


20 





21 





2 


4 





6 


?7 


!.? 


TCTiL 


2 


117 


202 


12 


333 


7 


134 


156 


5 


297 


6^0 


27.3 


P^IVA'E SC INST MC 


c 


3 


^.7 


1 


51 


2 


14 


40 





56 


107 


4.6 


?-IVATE SX. OUTSTATE 


c 


5 


8 





13 





3 


5 





e 


21 


0.9 


t:tal 





8 


55 


1 


64 


2 


17 


45 





6 4 


128 


5.5 


:-•^•■! COLl, TECH ^JC 


3 


36 


13A 


8 


181 


2 


90 


20 8 


10 


310 


49 1 


21.2 


C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 


C 





3 





3 





1 


1 


1 


3 


6 


0.3 


TOTAL 


- 


36 


137 


8 


184 


2 


91 


209 


11 


313 


407 


21.5 


PiT.'ATE J". COLL NC 








11 


1 


12 


1 


3 


15 





19 


31 


1.3 


'^IVITE JR. CUTSTATE 


I 





3 


1 


6 








2 





2 


8 


C. 3 


TCTAL 


I 





14 


2 


18 


1 


3 


17 





21 


39 


1.7 


TkA?E, 8'JSINESS NT 








9 





9 





6 


16 


2 


24 


3 3 


1.4 


TRAOE, BUSI CUTSTATE 


1 


20 


17 





38 





4 


3 





7 


45 


1 . 9 


TCTAL 


1 


20 


26 





47 





10 


19 


2 


3: 


78 


3.4 


MILITARY 


3 


82 


93 


4 


182 


3 


3 7 


10 


2 


52 


234 


10. 1 


cwPLCVHENT 


2 


57 


148 


2 


2 09 


5 


60 


146 


2 


213 


422 


18.3 


CT'E'^S •• 


l 


34 


42 


12 


<30 


2 


86 


103 


2 


193 


2?3 


12.2 


iiTU\0 TCTA". ••• 


15 


35<. 


717 


4! 


1127 


17 


438 


705 


24 


1 1»'4 


231 1 


no.o 




— — 


— 


- — . 


— 


_ 






■.- 


. 











INCLUDES HISPANICS, ALASKAN NATIVES, AND ASIAN Oft PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
"INCLJCtS INFCRMATION NOT AVAILABLE, HARRIED, ETC. 



11-74 



Cumberland 



1963-64 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT 



CLASSIFICATICN 



SCURCE CF FLNDS 



BACE/ETHNIC CRIf.lN 



STATE FECERAL LCCAL VCCAT TOTAL MALE FEMALE WUTE BLACK OTHER 



CFFICIAL.ACfS.ifCRS. 12 

PRINCIPALS 53 

ASST PRINC, TEACHING M 

ASST PRINC.NONTEACHING 2* 

FLEMENTARV TEACt-ERS 853 

SECONDARY TEACHERS 332 

OTHER TEACHERS 13S 

GUIDANCE *S 

PSYCHCLCGICAL 3 

LinRARIAN.tUOICVISUAL 54 

CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR "9 
OTHER PROFESSIONAL 

TEACHER AIDES *3* 
TECHNICIANS 

CLERICAL, SECRETARIAL IC« 

SERVICE HCRKERS 267 

SKILLED CRAFTS 3C 
LABORERS. UNSKILLED 

TOTAL 2377 



18 


11 


7 


15 


2 


1 


5* 


«7 


7 


'•I 


12 


1 


\'f 


a 


6 


9 


5 




37 


31 


6 


26 


11 




937 


125 


812 


683 


2<.2 


12 


359 


153 


206 


268 


ei 


10 


363 


70 


293 


275 


65 


3 


7^ 


20 


54 


58 


15 


1 



15 


6 


9 


12 


3 




17 


2 


15 


9 


7 


I 


524 


6 


518 


374 


137 


13 


6 


2 


4 


6 






202 


5 


197 


182 


19 


1 


669 


145 


524 


290 


361 


18 


102 


102 




79 


20 


3 


8 


8 




5 


2 


1 


461 


745 


2716 


2385 


1011 


65 



» VOCATIC^AL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID * FPRCX 1>'A TELY 62.13PCT FRO'1 STATE, 
25.64PCT FRCf LOCAL, AND 12.18PCT FRCM FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1 962-63 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 







AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE 










• •*«*••**• PER 


PUPIL E<PENOITURE 




LEA 


FINAL 
AOM 


STATE 


FEDERAL 




LOCAL 




TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


PERCENT 
OF TOTAL 


CUM6ERLAN0 COUNTY 


34.670 
























SALARIES 




34.255,697 


5,383,019 


8 


304,374 


47 


.943.090 


988.05 


155.26 


239.53 


1,382.84 


70.4 


E-iPLQYEE BENEFITS 




6,903.596 


1,147,800 


1 


724,648 


9 


.776.044 


199.12 


33.11 


49.74 


281.97 


14.5 


PURCHASED SERVICES 




890,930 


129,801 


1 


932.265 


2 


952,996 


25.70 


3.74 


55.73 


85.17 


4.3 


SUPPLIES L MATERIALS 




1,802,347 


1,962.739 


3 


113,530 


6 


.878,616 


51,99 


56.61 


89.80 


198.40 


10.1 


CAPITAL OUTLAY 




48,653 


96,962 




82.098 




227.713 


1.40 


2.80 


2.37 


6.57 


.3 


OTHER OBJECTS 




3.536 


83,333 




205.072 




291.941 


.10 


2.40 


5.91 


8.41 


.4 


TOTAL 




43,904,759 


8.803,654 


15 


361.987 


68 


070,400 


1266.36 


253.92 


443.08 


1,963.36 


100.0 


PERCENT OF TOTAL 




64.5 


12.9 




22.6 




100.0 













11-75 



Fayetteville 



Dr. Fletcher Womble, Supt. 
Hull Road, P. 0. Box 3S:>z,d 
Fayetteville, N. C. 28303 

12 Elementary Schools 
3 Secondary Schools 
2 Combined School 

4th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1982-83 




FINAL 


K 


FNRCLU 


612 


AD^' 


500 


AOfl 


S'.S 


MLO 


589 


PRCM 


^A? 


N-P 


1^2 



56C «S9 558 



529 
506 
521 



A7C 
A91 

16 



53^ 
513 
539 
53A 
5 



526 
513 
5^1 
5 AC 
1 



552 
532 
556 
552 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



;^9 582 600 636 618 990 905 756 7<i0 l^fT 176 



575 

550 



608 
580 



580 606 

551 586 

29 20 



598 
564 
598 
5 78 
20 



897 
822 
86 3 
736 
127 



828 
762 
797 
6 86 
111 



704 
645 
67") 
631 

48 



706 
650 
695 
673 
22 



141 
123 
143 
140 
3 



179 
161 
lf7 
175 
12 



8929 
8455 
7939 
8395 
7788 
607 



1983-84 
FIRST MO K 



8 



10 



11 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



ENROLL 602 527 493 484 520 543 570 597 616 965 829 677 650 151 180 8404 
AOK 585 518 485 477 514 533 559 583 606 948 814 666 643 150 177 8258 
ADA 560 504 472 468 503 519 544 563 5 88 906 763 632 612 141 165 ^945 



1962-63 High School Groduote Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer School Graduates) 



TOTAL AMERICAN BLACK 
INDIAN 



T^iT/tL 



Fr :VATE Si;. INST NC 
P- IVIIE SR. O'JTSTATE 



;. 2 



Cf ■•'■■' COLL, TECH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 



ie.7 

1.3 
19.9 



PRIVATE Jt!. COLL NC 
P- ! VATE JR. Gb'TGTATE 
TTTAL 

TRADE, BUSINESS NC 
TPAJ'i, euSI OUTSTATE 
TCAL 



1.6 
Cl.l 
1.7 

1. 1 

n.6 

1.7 

IC. 2 

P. 2 



vifO TOTAL »•• 



I\CL'JDES HISPANICS, ALASKAN NATIVES, AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
'iNCl.iJDES INIFCRMATION NOT AVAILABLE, MARRIED, ETC. 



11-76 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT 



CLASSIFICATICN 



Fayetteville 



1963-64 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



SCURCE CF FLNCS 



PACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 



STATE FECERAL ICCAL 



FEf-ALE ViHIE OLACK OTHER 



CFFICIAL,«CPS.,HGRS. 2 

PRINCIPALS 15 

ASST PRINC.TEACHING 

ASST PRINC.NONTEACHING 7 

ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 167 

SECONDARY TEACHERS 122 

OTHER TEACHERS 5C 

CUIOANCE 10 

PSYCHOLOGICAL 2 

LIBRARIAN, AUDICVISUAL 14 

CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR A 

CTHER PROFESSICNAL 

TEACHER AIDES 11* 

TECHNICIANS 

CLERICAL, SECRETARIAL 17 

SERVICE HCRKERS 27 

SKILLED CRAFTS 

LABORERS, UNSKILLED 

TOTAL 552 



184 
28 



10 


6 


248 


25 


1S5 


69 


82 


13 


14 


3 


6 


1 


17 




12 


3 



2ll 
28 



143 
1 



13 


135 


95 


58 


50 


32 



» VOCATICNAl TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID A FPRCX If AT ELY 62.18PCT FRCM STATE, 
25.64PCT FROK LOCAL, AND 12.18PCT FRCK FECERAL FLNCS. 



1962-60 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE 



LE* 


FINAL 
ADM 




STATE 




FEDERAL 


LOCAL 




TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


FAYETTEVILLE CITY 


8,455 
























SALARIES 




9 


.223.218 


1 


.439,071 


4,014,754 


14 


677,043 


1090.86 


iro.20 


474.84 


1,735.90 


EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 




1 


.742,114 




249,372 


972,457 


2 


,963,944 


206.05 


29. 49 


115.02 


350.56 


PURCHASED SERVICES 






289,543 




48,275 


680,676 


1 


018,493 


34.25 


5.71 


80.51 


120.47 


SUPPLIES C MATERIALS 






382,132 




699,913 


960, 165 


2 


,042,210 


45.20 


82.78 


113.56 


241.54 


CAPITAL OUTLAY 






28,035 




56,289 


2,813 




87,137 


3.32 


6.66 


.33 


10.31 


OTHER C8JECTS 






2.221 




110,019 


147,326 




259,566 


.26 


13.01 


17.42 


30.69 


TOTAL 




11 


667,264 


2 


602,938 


6,778,192 


21 


048,393 


1379.9* 


307.85 


301.68 


2,489.47 


PERCENT OF TOTAL 






5S.4 




12.4 


32.2 




100.0 











»*••»***•* PER PUPIL EXPENDITURE *••»«••» 



69.7 
14.2 
4.8 
9.7 



.4 
1.2 

100. 



11-77 



CURRITUCK 

Jeanne E. Meiggs, Supt. 
P. 0. Box 40 
Currituck, N. C. 27929 

5 Elementary Schools 
1 Secondary School 

1st Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1982-83 


































FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


fHH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


ENROLL 


210 


194 


is; 


182 


1S6 


185 


222 


201 


177 


237 


188 


140 


137 




8 


2472 


ADM 


185 


166 


17C 


161 


1«7 


169 


2C0 


178 


161 


198 


170 


130 


127 




8 


2190 


ADA 


170 


155 


161 


155 


159 


160 


189 


164 


149 


178 


156 


119 


115 




7 


2037 


MLD 


189 


168 


172 


16 5 


171 


169 


203 


177 


157 


183 


164 


130 


123 




7 


2178 


PROM 


173 


14 5 


164 


160 


167 


165 


203 


133 


139 


142 


127 


121 


117 




6 


1962 


N-P 


16 


23 


6 


5 


4 


4 




44 


18 


41 


37 


9 


6 




I 


2 16 


1983-84 


































FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


r.-'TAc 


ENPOLL 


186 


195 


169 


170 


172 


174 


180 


243 


165 


19 8 


176 


155 


!28 






2311 


ADY 


178 


190 


164 


169 


171 


171 


177 


240 


159 


195 


174 


153 


128 






2269 


ADA 


169 


184 


159 


166 


168 


164 


173 


232 


152 


181 


164 


145 


122 






2179 



'1 962-63 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer School Graduate) 



AMERICAN BLACK 
INDIAN 



r "-TAL 
NU'^CF.I' I'tRCEr:! 



PL'ILIU SC. INST NL 

P-,| = LIC SR. OUT-STATE 
TO'AL 

CKrvATE SR. INST NC 
P?;V4TE SR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

c:--'' :oLL, TECh NC 
c.c. tech 0jt-5tate 
t:tal 

p=ivate jr. ccll nc 

??:viTE JR. OUTSTATE 
TCTAL 

TRADE, BUSINESS NC 
TRA3E, BUSI OUTSTATE 
TCTAL 

MILITARY 

EVPLGVMENT 

OIlifRi •• 

GRA'JO TOIAL ••» 



9.1 
2.? 
1 1.6 

\h.2 
0.8 
l<"-.0 



l.T 
1.7 

■J. 3 



INCLjai^S HISPANICS. ALASKAN NATIVES. AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
■I'JCLUOEO INCCRMATION NOT AVAILABLE. MARRIED, ETC. 



11-78 



Currituck 

^f 960-64 Public School Personnel Summory 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTfVITY ASSIGNfENT SCURCE CF FUNDS SEX PACE/ETHNIC CRIGIN 



ClASSIFICATICN STATE FEDERAL ICCAL VCCAI TOTAL MALE FE»<ALE KUTE 



CFFICIAL.ACKS.,fCRS. 


7 




PRINCIPALS 


t 




ASST PRINC, TEACHING 


1 




ASST PRINC, KCNTEACHING 


1 




ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 


70 


10 


SECONDARY TEACHERS 


H 


1 


CTHER TEACHERS 






GUIDANCE 


2 


1 


PSYCHOLOGICAL 


1 




LIBRARIAN, AUDIOVISUAL 


4 




CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 






OTHER PROFESSICNAL 






TEACHER AIDES 


3C 


3 


TECHNICIANS 






CLERICAL, SECRETARIAL 


11 




SERVICE WORKERS 






SKILLED CRAFTS 






LABORERS, UNSKILLED 






TOTAL 


1*7 


15 



6 


3 


1 


1 


93 


13 


33 


19 


3 


1 


2 


1 



» VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES APE PAID A FPROX IVATELY 62.1BPCT FROM STATE, 
2'>.6APCT FRCf LOCAL, AND 12.18FCT FRCf FEDERAL FINDS. 

1962-63 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 

AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE ••»»•»•»•• PER PUPIL E< PENOI TURE 

FINAL 

LEA ADM STATE FEDERAL LOCAL TOTAL STATE FEDERAL \.OCt 

CURRITUCK COUNTY 2,190 

SALAf^IES 2,365,832 334,991 633,632 3, 334, '.56 1080.29 152.96 289.33 1,522.5 

ENPl-OYEE BENEFITS 465,294 71,921 140,351 677,566 212.46 32.84 64.09 

PURCHASED SERVICES 79,138 21,878 216,829 317,845 36.14 9.99 99.01 

SUPPLIES t MATERIALS 137,145 130,466 356,980 624.591 62.62 59.57 163.00 

CAPI fAL OUTLAY 24,421 1,343 25,764 11-15 .61 

OTHER CBJECIS 120 191 9,583 9,894 .05 .09 4.38 

TOTAL 3,047,529 583,867 1,358,719 4,990,115 1391.56 266.60 620-42 2,278.58 

PERCENT OF TOTAL 61.1 11-7 27.2 100.0 



11-79 



NOITURE 






PErtCCNT 


TOTAL 


OF TOTAL 


522.58 


66.8 


309.39 


13.6 


145.14 


6.4 


285.19 


12.5 


11.76 


.5 


4.52 


.2 



DARE 

Stephen G. Basnight, Jr., Supt. 

Box 640 

Manteo, N. C. 27954 

3 Elementary Schools 
1 Combined School 
1 Secondary School 

1st Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1982-83 


































FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


ENROLL 


161 


15C 


162 


17C 


1<3 


166 


181 


217 


2 10 


189 


2C3 


217 


125 


5 


2 


2331 


AD^' 


147 


14 2 


149 


160 


154 


156 


173 


202 


196 


167 


186 


170 


124 


5 


2 


2133 


ADA 


138 


136 


143 


153 


147 


149 


165 


192 


184 


153 


170 


155 


112 


4 


2 


20C3 


NLO 


148 


141 


149 


164 


153 


161 


174 


209 


200 


171 


179 


189 


123 


5 


1 


2167 


PRCH 


146 


126 


142 


160 


151 


161 


174 


193 


196 


159 


166 


174 


119 


5 




.:!073 


N-P 


2 


15 


7 


4 


2 






16 


4 


12 


13 


15 


4 






94 


1983-84 


































FIRST HO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


T OTA L 


ENROLL 


161 


176 


146 


152 


169 


165 


169 


187 


202 


22 9 


190 


192 


158 


5 




2301 


ADK 


158 


174 


142 


149 


169 


163 


167 


185 


203 


22 3 


181 


186 


152 


5 




2254 


ADA 


152 


168 


138 


144 


164 


158 


163 


178 


193 


212 


173 


175 


143 


4 







1962-83 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer School GrsduatBG) 



TOTAL AMERICAN BLACK 
INDIAN 



I OTAL 
TOTAL NU''3I-P CfPCCST 



P.?LIf SR. I^ST NC 

P.''L1C Se. JUT-STATE 
ILTAL 

PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
P^ I VATE SK. OUTSTATE 



:OLL. TECH NC 

TECH CUT-STATE 



PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TCTAL 

T--finE, BUSINESS NC 
TSiDE, BUSI OUISTSrj 

t:'4l 
"iil itary 

E-"fLUTHENT 
OTMCOS •* 
3KiND TOTAL »•» 









a 


■■, 


2 


3 


- 0. 


8 


' 


'- 


s 


5 


31 


5 


12 


3 


100 






I-;CLUOES HISPANTCS, ALASKAN NATIVES, AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
"I\C'.'JDES I NFCR 'NATION NOT AVAILABLE, MARRIED. ETC. 



11-80 



1963-64 Public school Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY 4SSIGNPENT 



CL4SSIf ICATICS 



SCURCE CF FLNDS 



RACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 



STATE FECERAL ICCAL 



FEHALE WUTE 



CFFICIAL.ADCS-.KCRS. 


2 


PRINCIPALS 


6 


ASST PBINCTEACHING 




ASST PRINC.NONTEACHING 


3 


ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 


52 


SECONDARY TEACHERS 


21 


CTHER TEACHERS 


13 


GUIDANCE 




PSYCHOLOGICAL 




LIBRARIAN, AUDIO VISUAL 




CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 




OTHER PROFESSIONAL 




TEACHER AIDES 


23 


TECHNICIANS 




CLERICAL. SECRETARIAL 




SERVICE WORKERS 




SKILLED CRAFTS 




LABORERS, UNSKILLED 




TOTAL 


1<4 



2 


2 




2 




6 


5 


I 


6 




3 




I 


3 




58 


13 


«5 


56 


2 


37 


21 


16 


36 


1 


17 




15 


17 




3 
1 






3 
1 





5 1 


38 1 


1 


11 


«0 7 


2 2 



VOCATICNAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAIC <f PROX It^ATELY 62.1BPCT FROM STATE, 
25.6«PCT FRC>< LOCAL, ANC 12.18PCT FRCM FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1962-63 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



IE* 

DARE COUNTY 
SALARIES 

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 
PURCHASED SERVICES 
SUPPLIES C MATERIALS 
CAPITAL OUTLAY 
OTHER OBJECTS 
TOIAL 
PERCENT OF TOTAL 



FINAL 

AOK 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE 



2.266,156 

453,500 

41.720 

144,678 

10,912 

16 



• *•••*•••• PER PUPIL EXPENDITURE •***•••< 



2,916,981 
61.8 



















PERCENT 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 




TOTAL 


OF TOTAL 


155,615 


786,110 


3,208,081 


1062.43 


73.05 


368.55 


1 


504.03 


67.9 


35,711 


168.155 


657,366 


212.61 


16.74 


78.83 




308.18 


13.9 


8,566 


177,343 


227,629 


19.56 


4.02 


83.14 




106.72 


4.8 


82,457 


352.053 


5 79,188 


67.83 


38.66 


165.05 




271.54 


12.3 


6,906 


29,466 


47,284 


5.12 


3.24 


13.81 




22.17 


1.0 


695 


2.644 


3,356 


.01 


.33 


1.24 




1.58 


.1 


290,150 


1,515,771 


4,722,903 


1367.56 


136.04 


710.62 


2 


,214.22 


100.0 


6.1 


32.1 


100.0 















11-81 



DAVIDSON 



Dr. E. Lawson Brown 

County School Rd. , Drawer 1229 

Lexington, N. C. 27292 

17 Elementary Schools 
7 Secondary Schools 
2 Combined Schools 

5th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1982-83 
F IN*L 

ENROLL 

ACM 

ADA 

MLO 

PRCM 

N-P 



1 



10 



11 



12 THH EXCP TOTAL 



ion 1C18 1073 1166 12tl 1270 ISC 145^ 1430 15-^5 1358 1241 

1050 1001 1057 1141 1218 1252 1483 1449 1416 1442 1286 1184 

986 S48 1010 109C 1U3 12CC 1418 1368 1334 1338 1211 X115 

1044 ICCC 1062 1141 1218 1244 1488 1461 1413 1381 1244 1148 1021 



1023 
21 



S43 1015 1108 11S6 1222 1445 1375 1353 1263 1178 1102 



57 



47 



33 



22 



22 



43 



66 



60 



98 



66 



46 



1048 


97 


67 


16603 


102<; 


93 


71 


i6l72 


964 


83 


63 


15291 


1021 


67 


73 


16025 


1010 


87 


55 


l^3<;5 


11 




le 


63C 



1983-84 
FIRST MO 



1 



10 



11 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



ENROLL 1047 113 8 1002 1069 1163 1225 1282 1542 1434 1467 1353 1242 1106 
AD« 1042 1132 1000 1069 1161 1222 1282 1536 1425 1450 1340 1233 1098 

ADA 1015 1101 974 1042 1128 1190 1246 1482 1372 1403 1302 120 2 1069 



92 78 i6240 
91 76 16157 

85 72 ? "i^f 



i 962-63 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer School Graduatee) 



4MEfiIC/N 
INDIAN 


P.ini IC 5R. INST KC 
PJ-Li: Sk. UUT-ST4TE 
T.^TAL 


C 




PSIV4TE SR. INST NC 
?5;vATE SR. OUTSTATE 
'CTAL 


C 


c 


CC'' COLL, TECH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 


c 

c 



PRIVATE JR. CCLL NC 
PSIVATE JP. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

T?.A?E. BUSINESS NC 
TSA3E, BUSI OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

>'!L! TARY 

E"PLQr^^E^T 

CTMCRS •• 

C.P.A'O TOTAL •»• 



TOTAL 
NUMBER PERCENT 



138 





lAO 











138 





lAO 



19 <. 
196 



1.1 
5.5 

33.2 

0.2 

?3.4 



2.7 

0.? 
3.0 

3.7 

35.2 

3.5 

100. C 



1\CLU0LS HISPANICS, ALASKAN NATIVES, AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
►INCLUDES INFORMATION NOT AVAILABLE, MARRIED, ETC. 



11-82 



Davidson 



19d3-64 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-tiine personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNf'ENT 



SCURCE Cf FLNCS 



RACE/ETHNIC CIGIN 



CLASSIFICATION 



STATE FECERAl ICCAL 



FEMALE WUTE 



CFFICIAL,ACMS..»'CRS. 


4 


PRINCIPALS 


it 


ASST PRINC, TEACHING 


6 


ASST PRINC, KONTEACHING 


18 


ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 


336 


SECONDARY TEACHERS 


205 


OTHER TEACHERS 


68 


GUIOANCE 


2'> 


PSYCHCLCGICAL 


2 


LIBRARIAN, AUOICVISUAL 


2« 


CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 


6 


CTHER PRCFESSICNAL 


17 


TEACHER AICES 


17<; 


TECHNICIANS 




CLE:*ICAL, SECRETARIAL 


21 


SERVICE WORKERS 


*S 


SKILLED CRAFTS 


15 


LABORERS, UNSKILLED 




TOTAL 


1010 



1 

22 
112 

16 



18 

376 

285 

82 

25 

3 



19 
231 



161 

31 



2 


6 


3 


17 


332 


372 


167 


280 



5 


9 


15 


19 


30 


226 



155 

3: 



• VOCATICNAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID AFPRCX ICATEL Y 62.18PCT FROM STATE, 
25.6'iPCI FROy LOCAL, AND 12.18PCT FRCM FECERAL FLNCS. 



1982-63 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED Br SOURCE 



*••*••*»•* PER PUPIL E<PENOITURE 



LEA 


FINAL 

AON 




STATE 


FEDERAL 




LOCAL 




TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


DAVIDSON COUNTY 


16.172 
























SALARIES 




16 


053,513 


1,104.514 


2 


341,975 


19 


,500,002 


992.67 


68.30 


144.82 


1,205.79 


EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 




3 


,203,580 


243,855 




484,424 


3 


,931,859 


198.09 


15.08 


29.95 


243.12 


PURCHASED SERVICES 






♦ 80.097 


69,704 




A64,42 3 


1 


014,224 


29-69 


4.31 


28.72 


62.72 


SUPPLIES L MATERIALS 






836,541 


646,912 


1 


639,157 


3 


,122.611 


51.73 


40.00 


101.36 


193.09 


CAPITAL OUTLAY 






31,760 


102,112 




7,536 




141,408 


1.96 


6.31 


.47 


8,74 


OTHER OBJECTS 






2.103 


70,880 




205,699 




278,681 


.13 


4.38 


12.72 


17.23 


TOTAL 




20 


607,594 


2,237,977 


5 


143.214 


27 


988,785 


1274.27 


138.38 


318.04 


1,730.69 


PERCENT OF TOTAL 






73.6 


8.0 




18.4 




100.0 











69. 7 

14.0 

3.6 

11.2 

I.O 

100.0 



11-83 



Lexington 



Dr. Richard L. Thompson, Supt. 
1010 Fair Street, Box 1068 
Lexington, N. C. 27292 

6 Elementary Schools 
1 Secondary School 
1 Combined School 

5th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1902-83 




























FIN*L 


K 


1 


2 


3 


'i 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


\2 


ENROLL 


237 


273 


269 


283 


281 


291 


310 


314 


323 


352 


2 44 


189 


210 


AO*" 


231 


25S 


2eo 


275 


278 


285 


30^1 


295 


308 


322 


233 


178 


2C7 


ADA 


217 


2*16 


2A8 


26^1 


263 


272 


287 


276 


2 89 


299 


2 20 


16 7 


1S5 


MLO 


23^ 


252 


260 


276 


276 


2e5 


300 


287 


304 


30 5 


222 


170 


205 


PRCM 


200 


217 


2A1 


26 5 


2A8 


272 


286 


26 7 


285 


248 


197 


16 5 


ISC 


N-P 


34 


35 


19 


11 


26 


13 


14 


20 


19 


57 


25 


5 


15 


1983-8<f 




























FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


n 


12 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



57 


3633 


57 


3492 


48 


3291 


60 


3436 


32 


3113 


28 


323 



TMH EXCP TOTAL 



ENROLL 243 
ADNI 238 

AD* 233 



248 


242 


244 


273 


275 


290 


30 7 


2 82 


247 


239 


242 


272 


2 74 


287 


30 3 


281 


240 


235 


237 


266 


264 


2 80 


293 


273 



349 263 207 173 
339 260 203 172 
324 252 195 166 



57 3453 
57 3414 
52 3310 



1962-63 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer School Graduates) 



AMEIICtN BLACK 
I VJIAN 



p.SLic 5i;. I^ST NC 

P;?Li; SS. 3UT-STHTE 



PKlVATt Sf. 
PRIVATE SR. 
TOTAL 


INST r.c 
CUTSTATE 


CC 
C 
T- 


"•' COLL. TECI- NC 
C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TAL 


PRIVATE JR. 
POIVATE JR. 
TOTAL 


COLL NC 
OUTSTATE 


TRACE, BUSINESS KC 
T^A3E, BUS! OUTSTATC 
rOTAL 


MILITARY 






Et 


PLOYHENT 






CT 


HERS »» 






G'ANO TOTAL 


• •* 





TOTAL AMERICAN BLACK 
INDIAN 





TOTAL 


Nij^r,"-!' 


PCCt r>jT 


I.H 


25.3 


1 


l.t 


M 


rt,.". 


13 


6. » 


1 


0.5 


!<• 


7.', 


29 


I':.-' 





0. 


29 


15.3 


9 


'..7 





0.0 


9 


"..T 


3 


1.6 


2 


1.1 


5 


2.6 


26 


13. 7 


25 


13.2 


31 


16.3 


190 


lOC.O 



♦ INCLUDES HISPANICS. ALASKAN NATIVES, AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
••INCLUDES INFCRMATION NOT AVAILABLE, MARRIED, ETC. 



11-84 



Lexington 

19dd-d4 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



*.»■ 


2 


2 


7 


3 


•> 


3 


2 


1 


125 


l* 


112 


5', 


26 


28 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNPENT SCURCE CF FCNCS SEX PACE/ETHNIC CRICP 

CLASSIFICATICN STATE fECERAL LCCAL VCCAT TOTAL ^'&LE FEKALE WUTE BLACK OTt 

CFFICIAl,»C^'S..^'CRS. 1111 

PRINCIPALS 7 

ASST PRINC.TEACHING 

ASST PRINC.NCNTEACHING 3 

ELE><ENTARY TEACHERS S7 11 1* * 

SECONOARY TEACHERS 38 1 « 11 

CTHEK TEACHERS 

GUIDANCE 4 2 6 6 6 

PSYCHOLOGICAL \ 111 

LIBRAR lAN.AOOIOVISUAL 6 I 7 7 7 

CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 2 I 3 3 3 

OTHER PRCFESSICNAL 1 2 3 12 2 1 

TEACHER AIDES 38 2 8 1 *"> *9 32 17 

TECHNICIANS 

CLERICAL. SECRETARIAL 6 15 21 21 20 1 

SERVICE WORKERS 9 34 . *3 11 32 28 15 

SKILLED CRAFTS 6 6 6" 6 

LABORERS. UNSKILLED 

TOTAL 213 15 88 17 333 66 267 263 69 1 

• VOCATICNAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAIC AFPPCX If-A lEL Y 62.18PCT FROM STATE, 
25.6'.PCT FROM LOCAL. AND 12.18PCT FRCf" FEDERAL FUNDS. 

1962-63 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 

AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE ••••«•♦••. PER PUPIL EXPENDITURE ••••••• 

PERCENT 
STATE FEDERAL LOCAL TOTAL OF TiJTAL 

5,077,971 1086.*7 112.58 255.12 1,*54.17 69.1 

215.65 25.36 53.95 ZVi.tb 1*.2 

15.83 '..21 102.39 122. '>^ 5.8 

56.93 57.15 90.12 204.20 9.7 

*.69 5.*5 1.17 11.31 .5 

.70 1.73 7.72 10.15 .5 

7,323,*01 1380.27 206.48 510.47 2,097.22 100.0 





FIMAL 












LE* 


ADM 




STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


LEXINGTON CITY 


3,492 












SALARIES 




3 


793,957 


393,136 


890.878 


5.077,971 


EMPLOrEE BENEFITS 






753,037 


88.546 


188.395 


1.029.977 


PURCHASED SERVICES 






55.271 


14.686 


357,552 


427.508 


SUPPLIES t MATERIALS 






198,787 


199,559 


314.686 


713.032 


CAPITAL OUTLAY 






16,375 


19.041 


4,096 


39,511 


OTHER OBJECTS 






2.431 


6.024 


26.946 


35,401 


TOTAL 




4 


,819,858 


720.991 


1.782.552 


7,323.401 


PERCENT CF TOTAL 






65.9 


9.8 


24.3 


100.0 



11-85 



Thomasville 

Dr. A. Derwood Huneycutt, Supt. 
400 Turner St., P. 0. Box 548 
Thomasville, N. C. 27360 

4 Elementary Schools 
1 Secondary School 

5th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1932-83 
FIN/lL 



12 TMH EXCP TOTSL 



ENROLL 191 20S 178 215 2C6 1S2 217 2^7 209 238 213 210 2C6 

ACM 183 

ADA 171 

MLO 180 

PRCM 179 

N-P 1 



2C7 


178 


211 


isa 


188 


216 


246 


206 


228 


2C3 


201 


2C1 


ise 


171 


202 


169 


181 


206 


232 


192 


212 


190 


190 


191 


2ce 


182 


21C 


1S5 


190 


218 


245 


2C7 


218 


195 


195 


2C1 


18C 


17C 


19 8 


166 


187 


203 


238 


194 


172 


179 


175 


ise 


28 


12 


12 


9 


3 


15 


7 


13 


46 


16 


20 


3 



53 


2784 


60 


2726 


56 


2581 


62 


2706 


58 


2517 


4 


189 



1983-84 

FIRST MO K 

ENROLL 181 

ADM 180 

ADA 173 



211 


194 


181 


200 


188 


206 


229 


2 53 


209 


192 


179 


199 


188 


203 


229 


2 53 


200 


187 


173 


194 


183 


198 


222 


241 



11 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



229 199 190 177 
223 197 186 176 

210 190 178 172 



37 2675 
37 2651 

35 2556 



1 962-63 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer School Graduates) 









VALE 










FEMALE 


A 


1ERICAN 
IN3IAS 


BLACK 


WHITE 


OTHER* 


TOTAL 


AMERICAN 
I NO I A N 


BLAC< 


WHITE 


PJ3L1C SR. INST NC 
P '=1.1 : SK. OUT-STATf 
T CT AL 


C 

c 




5 

5 


21 



21 







26 

26 







16 


I'. 




PS IVATE SR. INST NC 
PS:VATE SR. CUTSTATE 
TOTAL 


c 
c 

c 


5 


5 


1 

1 
2 







6 

1 
7 







3 
1 
4 


2 

2 


CC>1X :OLL, TECH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 





c 







6 

6 


1 



1 


7 


7 







5 
1 
6 


20 

1 

21 


PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. CUTSTATE 
TOTAL 







1 


I 












1 


I 







1 



1 


1 


1 


TRACE, BUSINESS NC 
TRAPE, BUSl OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 


c 






























6 

6 


1 



1 


'^1L ITARV 


c 


5 


2 





7 





6 


1 


E^FLC'IENT 





14 


21 





35 





13 


21 


CTr-ERS »• 


























3KAN0 TOTAL •»» 





30 


52 


1 


83 





52 


61 





rCTAL 


NU"<?ER 


PEVCEfJT 


S4 

2 

56 


27.'. 

l.O 

2S.6 


11 
2 
13 


■^.6 
1.0 
6.6 


32 

2 

3<. 


16.3 

1.0 

17.3 


3 

3 


1.5 

0.0 


7 

7 


3.4 
0.0 
1.6 


14 


7.1 


69 


35.2 



INCLUOES HISPANIC5. ALAS'<AN NATIVES, AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
'I'JCLLiDES IN^CRMATICN NOT AVAILABLE, MARRIED, ETC. 



11-86 



Thomasville 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNKENT 



1960-64 Public School Personnel Summory 

(Full-time personnel only) 



SCURCE Cf FUNDS 



CiCe/ETHMC CRIGIN 



CLASSIFICATICN 



STATE fECERAl LCCAL VCCAT 



FfALE WUTE 



CFFICIAI,*0>'S.,»'CRS. 
PRINCIPALS 
ASST PRINC.TEACHING 
ASST PRINCNCNTEACHING 
ELEHENTARV TEACHERS 
SEC010ARV TEACHERS 
CTHER TEACHERS 
GUIDANCE 
PSYCHCLCCICAL 
LIBRARIAN.ALOICVISUAL 
CONSULT ANT, SUPER VISOR 
OTHER PROFESSICKAL 
TEACHER AICES 
TECHNICIANS 
CLERICAL, SECRETARIAL 
SERVICE WCRKERS 
SKILLED CRAFTS 
LABORERS, UNSKILLED 
TCTAL 



» VQCATICNAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID «FPROX If A TELV 62.iaPCT FROM STATE, 
25.6<.PCT FRCP LOCAL, AND 12.18PCT FRC^" FECERAL FLNDS. 



1962-63 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE 



>•••*••••• PER PU>IL EKPENOnuRE 



LEA 


FINAL 

ADK 




STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 




TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


THOMASVILLE CITY 


2,726 






















SALARIES 




3 


007, 64« 


337, *56 


619.676 


3 


,96*, 776 


1103.32 


123.79 


227.32 


1,*5*.*3 


EMPLOYEE SENEFITS 






60*. 717 


*5,605 


159,119 




809,^*2 


221.83 


16.73 


58.37 


2 9'.. 91 


PURCHASED SERVICES 






*6,^*2 


1*,970 


100, '.69 




162.381 


17.22 


5.*9 


36. 86 


59.57 


SUPPLIES t MATERIALS 






135,877 


181.2<>6 


318,130 




635,252 


*9.8* 


66. *9 


116. 70 


233.03 


CAPITAL OUTLAY 






46 


12,009 






12,055 


.02 


*.*1 




*.*3 


OTHcR OBJECTS 






«S1 




23,289 




23,9*0 


.2* 




8.5* 


8.78 


TOTAL 




3 


,795,876 


S91,286 


1,220,683 


5 


,607,8*6 


1392. *7 


216.91 


**7.79 


2,057.17 


PERCENT OF TOTAL 






67.7 


10.5 


21. a 




100. 











PERCENT 
OF TOTAL 



70.7 

1*.5 

2.9 

11.3 

.2 



11-87 



DAVIE 

Dr. Joseph R. Sinclair, S\ipt. 
220 Cherry Street 
Mocksville, N. C. 27028 

6 Elementary Schools 

1 Secondary School 

2 Combined Schools 

7th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1982 


-83 


































FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


c 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


U 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


ENRCLL 


350 


352 


343 


327 


387 


372 


444 


470 


457 


404 


387 


354 


361 


13 


18 


5039 


ACM 




3^2 


3AC 


33t 


318 


360 


366 


437 


461 


4 46 


389 


370 


343 


351 


15 


20 


4914 


ADA 




320 


323 


322 


306 


3(2 


351 


415 


432 


414 


361 


351 


320 


327 


15 


17 


4636 


MLD 




344 


2A2 


342 


324 


376 


369 


438 


458 


4 44 


38 2 


357 


333 


344 


16 


20 


4889 


PROM 




339 


312 


332 


321 


372 


366 


433 


426 


408 


355 


310 


301 


332 


16 


20 


46*3 


N-P 




5 


30 


10 


3 


4 


3 


5 


32 


36 


27 


47 


32 


12 






2'»6 


1983- 


^^ 


































FIRST 


MO 


K 


I 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 



ENROLL 323 371 337 336 325 376 372 447 456 430 379 348 312 
AOY 322 369 335 333 323 376 371 446 455 429 375 345 311 
ADA 311 356 329 326 315 366 363 429 435 412 358 333 299 



15 


16 


4 843 


15 


16 


4821 


15 


14 


4661 



i 982-63 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1962 Summer School Graduates) 



AMER ICiN 
I SO I AS- 



TOTAL AMERICAN BLACK 
INDIAN 



PPIVATt SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE 5H. OUTSTATE 



CCMV CCLL, TECH NC 

C. C. TECh CUT-STATE 
TCTAL 

PRIVATE JR. CCLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
T'JTAL 

T'iD;, BUSI-JESS NC 
T:.'.:i5, euSI OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

MILI TARY 

FHPLOirVENT 

OTHERj •• 

GRAN3 TOTAL •»» 



0. <) 
6.5 



23.3 

0.3 

23.6 



4. 1 
C. <? 
5.0 

6. ' 

29. 2 

t.P, 

100. 



I*JCLUCiES HISPANICS, ALASKAN NATIVES, AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
►INCLUDES INFORMATION NOT AVAILABLE, MARRIED, ETC. 



Il-i 



Davie 

19d0-d4 Public School Personnel Summory 

(Full-time personnel only) 

ACTIVITY *SSIGNKENT SCU«CE CF FLNCS SEX R/SCE/ETMNIC Cf.IGIN 



CLASSIFICATICN STATE FECERAL ICCAL VCCAT TOTAL MALE FEMALE V.HTE BL/ 

CFFICIAL,ACMS.,MCRS. ! 117 6 17 

PRINCIPALS S 9 8 18 

ASST PRINC, TEACHING 

ASST PRINC, KCNTEACHING 4 1,1,1, 

ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 96 7 5 108 4 lO'i 100 

SECONDARY TEACHERS S3 * 3 21 121 47 T, 114 

CTHER TEACHERS 

GUIDANCE * 1 2 7 3 4 7 

PSYCHCLCGICAL 1 111 

LIBRARIAN, ALDICVISUAL 10 10 1 9 10 

CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR I 111 

CTHER PROFESSICNAL 2 2 2 2 

TEACHER AICES tl 22 12 4 99 99 90 

TECHNICIANS 2 2 112 

CLERICAL, SECRETARIAL 8 1 12 21 21 19 

SERVICE WCRKERS 24 67 9l 24 67 65 

SKILLED CMJFTS 4 4 8 8" 8 

LABORERS, UNSKILLED 

TOTAL 319 36 110 26 491 106 385 438 

» VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES «RE PAID « FFRCX IRATELY 62.13PCT FRCM SIATE, 
25.64PCI FRCM LOCAL, AND 12.16PCT FRCM FECERAL FUNDS. 

1962-60 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 







AMOUNTS EXPENDED 


BY SOURCE 






•*•••••••• PS« 


PUPIL EXPENDITURE 




LEA 


FINAL 
AOK 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


P( P.C'-N! 
OF rtJIAL 


CAVIE COUNTY 


4,914 




















SALARIES 




4,975,062 


426,960 


927,197 


6,329,219 


1012.43 


86.89 


188.68 


1.288.00 


69. 5 


EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 




994,069 


103,625 


202.489 


1.300.203 


202.30 


21.09 


41.21 


264.60 


14. 3 


PURCHASED SERVICES 




158,226 


10,877 


262,154 


431,257 


32.20 


2.21 


53.35 


87.76 


4.7 


SUPPLIES C MATERIALS 




237,835 


96,810 


551,993 


886.638 


48.40 


19.70 


112.3 3 


180.43 


->.' 


CAPITAL OUTLAY 




7, 90S 


32,375 


35,056 


75,340 


1.61 


6.59 


7.13 


15.33 


.8 


OTHtR ObJECrS 




189 


13,283 


75,170 


88,6*1 


.04 


2.70 


15.30 


18.04 


1.0 


TOTAL 




6,373,309 


683,930 


2,054.059 


9,111,298 


1296.98 


139.18 


418.00 


1,8 54.16 


100.0 


PERCENT OF TOTAL 




70.0 


7.5 


22.5 


100.0 













11-89 



DUPLIN 

Leonard S. Guy, Supt. 
Box 128, Highway 11 North 
Kenansville, N. C. 28349 

11 Elementary Schools 
4 Secondary Schools 
2 Combined Schools 

2nd Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1982-83 


































FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXC!' 


TOTAL 


ENRCLL 


637 


t'^'t 


63S 


656 


651 


7C0 


719 


703 


612 


733 


717 


622 


562 


64 


12 


8691 


AOf* 


619 


«3^ 


622 


64 4 


639 


685 


7C7 


690 


595 


674 


6 50 


58 3 


551 


62 


U 


3 366 


ADA 


578 


602 


5^6 


62C 


613 


656 


681 


657 


565 


637 


608 


548 


521 


57 


9 


7948 


MLD 


620 


638 


62C 


64 «3 


638 


686 


707 


687 


594 


650 


621 


56 3 


541 


62 


12 


8288 


PROM 


598 


57« 


565 


61S 


632 


659 


705 


674 


592 


609 


555 


520 


513 


42 


12 


^6L9 


N-P 


22 


64 


35 


30 


6 


27 


2 


13 


2 


41 


66 


43 


28 


20 




399 


1983-8'» 


































FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


ENROLL 


615 


682 


604 


622 


620 


654 


674 


732 


679 


638 


693 


558 


567 


61 


25 


8424 


ADK 


609 


679 


602 


617 


619 


648 


671 


727 


6 73 


619 


671 


545 


559 


58 


25 


8322 


ADA 


58^- 


660 


585 


598 


604 


629 


6 50 


70 2 


648 


58 2 


622 


502 


523 


53 


23 


7965 



1962-63 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer School Greduatee) 









MALE 










FEMALE 


A1ERIC4N 


BLACK 


WHITE 


OTHER* 


TOTAL 


AMERICAN 


BLACK 


WHITE 





irOIAN 










_: 


INOI AN 







PL-BLi: SP. INST NC 


C 


16 


30 





<i6 





54 


1 I 


ojTLi: 5R. OUT-STATE 








1 





1 











TCTAL 


c 


16 


31 





47 





54 


11 


P'^U'ATE SR. INST NC 





3 


8 





11 





8 


16 


PRIVATE SR. OUTSTATE 








2 





2 








1 


T2TAL 


c 


3 


10 





13 





8 


17 


CC'V CPLL, TECh NC 





7 


27 





Z'l 





26 


63 


C.C. TECH CJT-STATE 




















I 





t:tal 





7 


27 





34 





27 


63 


PRIVATE JR. CCLL NC 








2 





2 








9 


PP.IVATE JR. OUTSTATE 


c 























TCTAL 








2 





2 








<5 



111 
1 

112 



21.0 
21,2 



123 


23.3 


1 


0.2 


124 


22.4 


11 


2.1 





0.0 


11 


2.1 



TRADE, BUSINtSS NC 
TRADE, BUSl OUTSTATE 
TCTAL 

MILITARY 

EMPLOYMENT 

OTHERS •» 

GRAND TOTAL •** 



0.4 

iO. 4 

27.0 

6.6 

'.0 0.0 



• INCLUDES HISPANICS. ALASKAN NATIVES. AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
•»1NCLUDES INFORMATION NOT AVAILABLE, MARRIED, ETC. 



11-90 



Duplin 

1963-64 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



17 


Ifi 


1 


2 

1 


2 
7 




215 


21 


19* 


119 


61 


58 


9-^ 


11 


83 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT SCURCE CF FCNCS SEX BACE/ETHNIC CRIGIN 

CLASSIFtCATICN STATE FEDERAL UCAL VCCAT TOTAL MALE F EVAL E VUTE ULAC. OTtF 

CFFIC!AI,ACVS.,^CRS. i 1 1 1 8 'i 4 8 

PKPiCIPALS 17 

ASST PRI'lC. TEACHING 1 1 

ASST Pkir.C.NOKTEACHING 7 

ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 1S9 10 

SECONDARY TEACHERS 66 1 

CTHER TEACHERS 'tt «5 1 

CUIDANCE t 1 

PSYCHOLCGICAL 3 

LIBRARIAN. ALCICVISUAL It 

CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 3 1 

CTHER PRCFESSICN4L 3 

TEACHER AIDES 1C8 1 

TECHNICIANS 

CLERICAL, SECRETARIAL 17 3 21 1 *2 *2 

SERVICE hCRKERS 5C 99 IA9 A2 107 

SKILLED CRAFTS 9 9 9 9 

LABORERS, UNSKILLED 

TC^AL 571 53 1*17 «2 813 178 635 515 296 2 

• VnCATICNAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID A FPPOX If A TELY 62.18PCT FRCH STATE. 

25.6APCT FRC^ LOCAL, AND 12.1SPCT FRCV FEDERAL FUNDS. 

1962-63 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 

AMOUNTS EXPCNOEO BY SOURCE »♦♦»»»»••« pgR PUPIL E<PEN01TURE 





1 


« 


4 


1 


lU 


1 




1 


21 
99 


1 


*2 
1^9 



LEA 


FINAL 

ADM 




STATE 




FEDERAL 




LOCAL 




TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


Pf R'-LNT 
OF t.>r*L 


DUPLIN COUNTY 


8.366 




























SALARIES 




9 


160.812 


1 


^37,885 


I 


286,282 


11 


,88*, 978 


1095.01 


171.87 


153.75 


l.*20.63 


69.6 


EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 




1 


7*8.978 




322,755 




273,569 


2 


,395,302 


215.03 


33.58 


32.70 


286.31 


1*.0 


PURCHASED SERVICES 






95.065 




53.3*1 




*62,*50 




610,856 


11.36 


6.38 


55.28 


n.02 


3.6 


SUPPLIES C MATERIALS 






662,907 




111.013 




3**, 089 


1 


1 18,010 


79.2* 


13.27 


*I.13 


133.6* 


6.6 


CAPITAL OUTLAY 






37,088 




635.932 




260,393 




933, *13 


*.*3 


76.01 


31.13 


111.57 


5.5 


OTHER CDJECTS 






359 




♦*,817 




79,880 




125,057 


.0* 


5.36 


9.55 


I*. 95 


. r 


TOTAL 




11 


,755,210 


2 


,605,7*2 


2 


706,663 


17 


,067,615 


1*05.11 


311. *7 


323.5* 


2.0*0.12 


100.3 


PERCENT OF TOTAL 






68.8 




15.3 




15.9 




lUO.O 













11-91 



DURHAM 



Dr. J. Frank Yeager, Supt. 
P. 0. Box 3823 
Durham, N. C. 27702 

14 Elementary Schools 
3 Secondary Schools 
5 Combined Schools 

3rd Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1982-83 

FINAL 

ENROLL 

ADM 

ACA 

MLD 

PROM 

N-P 



1 



10 



11 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



1121 1155 1153 1173 1128 1328 1*131 1571 1421 1358 1636 1139 1C52 

1072 1132 UC3 1147 1113 1293 1399 1531 1384 1319 1464 1032 1044 

1004 1C8C 1057 1103 lCt6 1238 1336 1452 1299 1232 1314 940 939 

1076 1126 112C 1147 1120 1296 1402 1526 1370 1301 1368 988 994 

1001 1001 1024 1097 1CS7 1278 1378 1409 1285 1189 892 847 949 

75 125 86 50 23 18 24 117 85 112 476 141 45 



56 


164 


16380 


57 


165 


16255 


52 


151 


15263 


56 


169 


16059 


55 


132 


1 64 4 


1 


37 


l-rl5 



1983-84 
FIRST MO 



1 



10 



11 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



EMPOLL 1039 1285 1100 1142 1157 1128 1341 1502 1555 143 2 1613 1176 969 59 IVl 16640 
AOy 1025 1282 1094 1135 1152 1122 1332 1495 1546 1385 1575 1135 973 57 166 16474 

ADA 990 1243 1068 1108 1129 1099 1295 1447 1497 1322 1476 1070 926 54 154 15878 



1 962-63 High School Groduote Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer School Graduates) 









MALE 










FEMALE 






; 


ClAL 








A 


^E^ICAN 


BLACK 


KHITE 


OTHER* 


TOTAL 


AMERICAN 


BLAC< 


WHITE 


OTHEi(« 


TOTAL 


NU'IBEP 


PEBCE'I'' 




INDIAN 






5 


155 


INDIAN 




122 


2 


170 


32 5 





PvT.LlC :.k. INST KC 


C 


21 


129 





46 


33.4 


PL3I.1: Sn. OUT-STATE 


c 


3 


12 


1 


16 





1 


9 


1 


11 


27 




TlTiL 





24 


141 


6 


171 





47 


131 


3 


181 


352 




P"^!vi^E SR. INST NC 


c 


I 


31 


1 


33 





4 


32 


1 


37 


70 


7.2 


P5IVATE SP. OUTSTATE 


c 


10 


15 


3 


28 





6 


10 





16 


44 




TCTiL 


c 


11 


46 


4 


tl 





10 


42 


1 


53 


114 


11 .7 



CC*"-' COLL. TECH NC 

C.C. TECH CUT-STATE 



Pt-IVATE JR. COLL NC 
P= IViTF JR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

TRADE, BUSINESS NC 
TRADE, BUSI OUTSTATE 
TPTiL 

MIL ITARY 

EMTLOrHENT 

OTHERS »• 

GSAND TCTAL *»» 



104 


161 


16.6 


1 


2 


0.2 


105 


163 


16.8 


1? 


28 


^.t 


12 



28 


0. C 
Z.9 



0. s 
?.3 

4.<1 

16.7 

5.6 

100.0 



• IfiCLUOES HISPANICS, ALASKAN NATIVES, AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
••INCLUDES INFCRMATION NOT AVAILABLE, MARRIED, ETC. 



11-92 



Durham County 



1983-04 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNf-ENT 



SCURCE CF FLNCS 



PACE/ETHNIC CRIGIN 



CLASSIFICATICN 



STATE FEDERAL ICCAL 



FEWALE WUTE 



CFFICIAL,ACfS.,MCRS. 
PRINCIPALS 
ASST PPINC, TEACHING 
ASST PRINC.NONTEACHING 
ELEMENTARV TEACHERS 
SECONOAPY TEACHERS 
OTHER TEACHERS 
GUIDANCE 
PSYCHOLOGICAL 
LIBRARIAN, ALOICVISUAL 
CONSULT ANT, SUPER VI SOP 
CTHER PRCFESSICNAL 
TEACHER AIDES 
TECHNICIANS 
CLERICAL. SECRETARIAL 
SERVICE WCRKERS 
SKILLED CRAFTS 
LABORERS, UNSKILLED 
TOTAL 



2*6 
223 
172 



23 






1S6 


22 


87 


2 


10 


I 


*3 




36 


T, 




217 
26 
15 


087 


56 


5tO 





12 




22 




9 




15 




313 




258 


59 


290 


3 


38 



25 




32 


11 


23 




305 




13 




80 




291 


105 


26 


26 


15 


15 


770 


353 



2 
306 
200 
21* 

30 
2 

2'. 

21 

20 
302 

10 



227 
20* 
231 



17 
20* 



» VOCATICNAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID A FFBCX I^-ATELY 62.18PCT FROM STATE, 
25.6*PCT FRCf* LOCAL, AND 12.18PCT FRCM FEDERAL FLNOS. 



1962-63 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE 



»••*••*••• pEn PUPIL EtPENOITURE 





FINAL 








LEA 


ADM 




STATE 


FEDERAL 


DURHAM COUNTY 


16,255 








SALARIES 




16 


538, *89 


1.330,817 


EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 




3 


25*, 238 


288,182 


PURCHASED SERVICES 






*05,655 


*5,129 


SUPPLIES t MATERIALS 




1 


085,652 


438,962 


CAPITAL OUTLAY 






18,985 


73,717 


OTHER OBJECTS 






1.076 


629 


TOTAL 




21 


30*, 095 


2,177,*35 


PERCENT OF TOTAL 






58.3 


6.0 



PERCEN 
TOTAL STATE FEDERAL LOCAL TOTAL OF TOrj 



119,037 


2* 


,988,3*2 


1017 


** 


338,979 


* 


,881. *00 


200 


.20 


706,511 


2 


157,295 


2* 


96 


689.0*3 


* 


213,657 


66 


.79 


1*,669 




107,371 


1 


17 


159,221 




160.925 




07 


027. *60 


36 


,508,990 


1310 


63 


35.7 




100. 







81.87 *37.96 1,537.27 

17.73 82.37 300.30 

2.78 10*. 98 132.72 

27.00 165. *3 259.22 

*.5* .90 6.61 

.0* 9.80 9.91 



66. H 
13. 5i 

5.9! 

ll.S 

.31 



11-93 



Durham 

Dr. Cleveland Hammonds, Supt. 

E. Chapel Hill 5 Cleveland St., Box 2246 

Durham, N. C. 27702 



17 Elementary Schools 
2 Secondary Schools 
1 Combined School 

3rd Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



l<382-83 


































FIN«L 


K 


1 


2 


3 


t, 


c 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


ENROLL 


689 


718 


731 


70 8 


l<,i, 


671 


710 


819 


698 


869 


723 


56 3 


4<9 


49 


41 


9202 


AOM 


668 


68S 


7C5 


69 C 


7C7 


651 


689 


773 


658 


735 


6 24 


50 7 


437 


49 


43 


8625 


ADA 


62<t 


652 


672 


658 


675 


623 


646 


719 


599 


639 


541 


452 


3<H 


46 


',2 


7980 


MLD 


665 


69 2 


7C6 


693 


7C2 


656 


682 


757 


648 


678 


573 


476 


43C 


48 


44 


8450 


PBCM 


639 


see 


62S 


6'tA 


654 


645 


576 


644 


558 


437 


401 


39 2 


4C4 


39 


43 


7293 


N-P 


26 


lO'i 


77 


49 


48 


U 


106 


113 


90 


241 


172 


84 


26 


9 


1 


1157 


1983-84 


































FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 



ENROLL 741 765 672 665 681 675 716 699 752 794 639 502 486 
A0>» 728 756 669 6 58 674 666 704 690 73S 758 616 491 476 
ADA 702 737 654 643 657 648 676 660 698 683 563 453 447 



49 38 8874 
49 37 8708 
47 37 8305 



1 962-60 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer School Graduates) 



AMERICAN 
I NO I AN 



TOTAL AMERICAN 
INDIAN 



PJIILIC SR. INST NC 

FJ?Li; SR. OUT-'^TATE 
TOTAL 

PSIVATE SR. INST NC 
PPIVATE SR- DUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

CCMH COLL. TECH ".'C 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 

TOTAL 

P«:vAIE JR. CCLL MC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

rRa:)E, BUSINESS NC 
:i*ATE, B'JSI OUTSTATE 
TCTAL 

MIL : T4RY 

EMPLOf MENT 

OTHERS »• 

CFl'O TOTAL »»• 



?.5 

3. 1 



1^.* 
2.1 

\.'< 
0.0 

; .* 
I.'. 

0. 7 
2.1 

11.1 

9.<> 

13. <) 

100. 



I'ICLL'DES HISPiMCS, ALASKAN NATIVESi AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
MNCLUDFS INFCRMATION NOT AVAILABLE, MARRIED, ETC. 



11-94 



Durham City 

1963-64 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY iSSIGNf-ENT SOURCE CF FLNCS SEX BACE/ETHNIC CHIGIN 



CLASSlf ICATICK STATE FEDERAL ICCAL VCCAT TOTAL HALE FEMALE KUTE 



CFFICIAL.A0^5..fCRS. 


4 




5 


PRINCIPALS 


IS 






ASST PRINC, TEACHING 








ASST PRINC, NCNTEACHING 


9 




5 


ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 


120 


4 


3A 


SECONDARY TEACHERS 


116 


27 


30 


OTHER TEACHERS 


81 


30 


6 


GUIDANCE 


e 


1 


* 


PSYCHOLCGICAL 








LIBRARIAN, AUDIOVISUAL 


16 




6 


CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 


3 


1 


9 


CTHER PRCFESSICNAL 


11 


2 


A 


TEACHER AICES 


12C 


23 


28 


TECHNICIANS 






5 


CLERICAL, SECRETARIAL 


16 


1 


42 


SERVICE WORKERS 


28 




158 


SKILLED CRAFTS 








LABORERS. UNSKILLED 








TOTAL 


571 


89 


3 36 



1* 7 7 

158 1 157 

193 54 139 

124 24 100 



I 14 


1 18 


171 


5 


59 


186 



1 


21 


4 


10 


3 


15 


19 


152 


5 






59 


85 


101 



52 


1C6 


70 


123 


38 


86 


4 


12 


5 


17 


2 


12 


7 


11 


27 


144 


1 


4 


29 


30 


22 


164 



• VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID « PPRC X I tiA TELY 62.18PCT FROM STATE, 
25.64PCT FRCf LOCAL, AND 12.18PCT FRCf FEDERAL FCNPS. 



1962-63 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 

AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE •«•»•»»••» PER PUPIL EXPENDITURE 

STATE FEDERAL LOCAL 

IS,260,B42 1066.10 172.81 530.46 1.769.37 

212.29 37.7 8 108.15 

31.96 6.86 156.55 

36.66 99.48 130.60 

1.37 .17 .87 

.13 20.01 6.0O- 

22.651,326 1348.51 337.11 940.63 2,626.25 





FINAL 














LEA 


AON 


STATE 


FEDERAL 




LOCAL 




TOTAL 


DURHAM CITY 


8,625 














SALARIES 




9,195,094 


1,490,489 


4 


575,259 


15 


260,842 


EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 




1.631,000 


325,847 




932,778 


3 


,089,625 


PURCHASED SERVICES 




275,614 


59,199 


1 


350,211 


I 


685.024 


SUPPLIES t MATERIALS 




316,199 


857,973 


1 


298.938 


2 


,473,110 


CAPITAL OUTLAY 




11.828 


1,446 




7,519 




20,793 


OTHER OBJECTS 




1.121 


172,560 




51,748- 




121,933 


TOTAL 




11.630.856 


2,907,513 


8 


,112,957 


22 


,651,326 


PERCENT OF TOTAL 




51.4 


12.8 




35.8 




100.0 



NDITURE 


PERCENT 


TOTAL 


OF TOTAL 


769.37 


57.4 


358.22 


13.7 


195.37 


7.4 


286.74 


10.9 


2.41 


.1 


14.14 


.5 



11-95 



EDGECOMBE 

Lee R. Hall, Supt. 
412 Pearl Street 
Tarboro, N. C. 27886 

8 Elementary Schools 
2 Secondary Schools 

3rd Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1S82-83 


































FINiL 


K 


I 


i 


3 


« 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


THH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


ENROLL 


431 


435 


3<;s 


42 2 


AIS 


<484 


451 


4B6 


443 


583 


438 


347 


413 


35 


57 


5843 


ADM 


417 


<2£ 


3e5 


408 


419 


'i83 


443 


468 


436 


533 


421 


329 


4C7 


36 


57 


5670 


ADA 


398 


412 


372 


39 7 


104 


466 


426 


446 


411 


477 


385 


303 


379 


34 


56 


5366 


MLO 


419 


<;33 


382 


403 


420 


486 


444 


464 


4 34 


496 


411 


323 


4C2 


35 


58 


5610 


PRGK 


414 


387 


361 


385 


416 


469 


422 


428 


414 


38 


3 46 


317 


3S2 


12 


50 


SIS? 


N-P 


5 


46 


It 


18 


4 


17 


22 


36 


20 


116 


65 


6 


IC 


23 


8 


417 


1983-84 


































FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


n 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 



ENROLL 419 

ADM 413 

ADA 401 



477 


4 09 


383 


3 89 


432 


483 


434 


4 55 


517 


449 


326 


360 


40 


46 


5619 


47 4 


40 7 


379 


388 


429 


483 


434 


4 49 


50 4 


439 


322 


351 


38 


46 


5556 


462 


398 


371 


382 


419 


471 


419 


429 


463 


402 


30 1 


325 


36 


44 


5323 



1962-63 High School Groduote Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer School Graduatee) 



HALE 
WHITE 



FEMALE 
hHITF 



-. ; JT -STATf 



PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
Prp/STE Sk. CUTSTATE 



CC:My CCLL. TEC>- NC 

C.C. TECH CUT-STATE 
TCTAL 

PRIVATE JR. CCLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TCTIL 

T->ADE, BUSINESS NC 
TKA3E, 8USI OUTSTATE 



12.7 

0.0 
12.7 



0.0 
0.3 



■^ILlT&Rv 
EXPLOYMES'T 



G'^ANO TCIAL *•' 



32.6 
l>).3 

K'T.O 



* INCLUCES HISPA'JICS, ALASKAN NATIVES, AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
♦•INCLtlOES INFCRMATION NQ^ AVAILABLE, MARRIED, ETC. 



11-96 



Edgecombe 



1963-84 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT 



SCURCE CF FUNCS 



PACE/ETHNIC CmCIN 



CLASSIFICATICN 



STATE FEDERAL ICCAL VCCAT TOTAL 



FEMALE WUTE 



CFFICIAL,AD»'S.,MGRS. 


t 


PRINCIPALS 


10 


ASST PRINC, TEACHING 




ASST PBINC.NCNTEACHING 




ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 


1*2 


SECONDARY TEACHERS 


87 


CTHER TEACHERS 


30 


GUIDANCE 




PSYCHOLCGICAL 




LIBRARIAN.AUOICVISUAL 




CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 




OTHER PROFESSICNAL 




TEACHER AIDES 


t7 


TECHMCtANS 




CLERICAL, SECRETARIAL 


13 


SERVICE WCRKERS 


3« 


SKILLED CRAFTS 


10 


LABORERS, LNSKILLEO 




TCTAL 


*2C 



1*3 
87 
71 



126 
57 
65 



65 18 67 27 
19 19 " 12 



» VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID A FPfiOX IHAIELY 62.18PCT FROM STATEi 
25.6APCT FRCf LOCAL, AND 12.18PCT FRCf FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1962-d3 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE 





FWAl 










LEA 


AOK 




STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


EDGECOMBE COUNTY 


5,670 










SALARIES 




6 


027,285 


1,265,426 


636,043 


fcMPLOTEE BENEFITS 




1 


,207.621 


282,119 


137,965 


PURCHASED SERVICES 






139,054 


61,903 


318,477 


SUPPLIES t MATERIALS 






42*, 059 


556,640 


554,074 


CAPITAL OUTLAY 






21,173 


1,025 


4,352 


OTHER OBJECTS 






968 


3,910 


43,686 


TOTAL 




7 


,820,159 


2,171,024 


1,694,598 


PERCENT OF TOTAL 






66.9 


18.6 


14.5 



*••**••••• PER PUPIL EUPENOITURE 



PCRCENT 
TOTAL STATE FEDERAL LOCAL TOTAL OF TOTAL 



7,928,755 1063.01 223.18 112.18 1,398.37 



1,627,704 212.98 

519,434 24.52 

1,534,773 74.79 

26,550 3.73 

48,565 .17 



49.7 6 

10.92 

98.17 

.18 



24.33 

56.17 

97.72 

.77 



287.07 
91.61 

270.68 
4.68 
8.56 



11,685,781 1379.20 382.90 298.87 2,060.97 
100.0 



67.9 
14.0 
4.4 
13. I 



11-97 



Tartxxx) 

Dr. Philip L. Beaman, Supt. 

308 St. Patrick St., P. 0. Box 370 

Tarboro, N. C. 27886 

5 Elementary Schools 
1 Secondary School 

3rd Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1982-83 


































FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


ENROLL 


283 


236 


225 


252 


230 


229 


288 


255 


2 32 


298 


266 


193 


248 


12 


13 


3260 


ACM 


275 


233 


221 


245 


223 


229 


277 


24 7 


2 32 


285 


256 


187 


244 


13 


13 


3180 


ADA 


263 


22t 


214 


238 


217 


221 


266 


233 


218 


265 


240 


X77 


229 


11 


13 


3031 


MLC 


275 


235 


222 


247 


228 


230 


272 


24 3 


233 


281 


242 


179 


247 


13 


13 


3160 


PRCM 


251 


211 


213 


239 


219 


225 


250 


237 


221 


241 


2 29 


174 


244 


9 


3 


2966 


N-P 


24 


24 


4 


8 


9 


5 


22 


6 


12 


40 


13 


5 


3 


4 


10 


194 


i9Sl-6'» 


































FIRST HO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


ENROLL 


251 


2 84 


217 


220 


248 


224 


241 


264 


244 


291 


228 


230 


192 


6 


21 


3161 


bO'^, 


251 


28 2 


215 


219 


246 


223 


235 


26 4 


243 


287 


224 


228 


189 


6 


21 


3133 


A0« 


245 


274 


210 


215 


240 


218 


230 


257 


234 


272 


217 


221 


182 


6 


20 


3041 



1 962-63 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer School Graduates) 



AME:iIC«N BLACK 
I N3 I A N 



TOTAL AMERICAN BLACK 
INDIAN 



PunLIC SR. INST NC 

"■.'?i :c <;r . OUT-STATE 
Tl'al 

PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. 0UTST4TE 
TCTAL 

cc^M ;aLL. TECH NC 

C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TCTAL 

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 



TRADE, BUSINESS NC 
TBiDE, BUSI CUTSTATE 
TC.TiL 

*IL IT4RY 

E'-PLCf HENT 





TOTAL 


.. — 


....-.- 


NU-BEP 


Pi'>.ZE"r 


•.T 


27.7 


3 


1.2 


70 


2'. 9 


14 


5.8 


2 


0.8 


16 


6.'. 


59 


24. •» 





0.0 


59 


24.4 


5 


2.1 





0.0 


5 


2.1 


2 


0.8 


2 


o.a 


4 


1.7 


33 


13.6 


21 


8.7 


34 


14.0 


242 


I'JO.C 




„ — 



• ISCLUDES HISPANICS, ALASKAN NATIVES, AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
»»INCLUDES INFCRMATION NOT AVAILABLE, MARRIED, ETC. 



11-98 



Tarboro 



1963-64 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITr *SSIGNKENT 



SCURC6 Cf FUNDS 



RACE/ETHNIC CRtGIN 



CLASSIFICATICN 



STATE FECERAL ICCAL VCCAT TOTAL MALE FEMALE WUTE BLACK OTHER 



CFFICIAL.ACf'S-.l'GRS. 


3 








PRINCIPALS 


6 








ASST PRINC, TEACHING 










ASST PRINC, NONTEACHING 


3 








ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 


90 


10 


a 


3 


SECONDARY TEACHERS 


3< 


3 


6 


11 


CTHER TEACHERS 










GUIDASCE 


1 








PSYCHOICGICAL 










LIBRARIAN, ALDIOVISUAL 


5 








CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 


I 


1 




1 


OTHER PRCFESSICNAL 


I 








TEACHER AIDES 


*1 


3 


7 




TECHNICIANS 










CLERICAL, SECRETARIAL 


S 


1 


1 


1 


SERVICE WCRKERS 


15 




35 




SKILLED CRAFTS 










LABORERS, UNSKILLED 










TOTAL 


211 


la 


57 


16 



17* 127 



♦ VUCATICNAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID A FPPOX IMATEL Y 62.iaPCT FROM STATE. 
25.6'.PCT FRCV LOCAL, AND 12.18PCT FRCM FECERAL FUNDS. 



i 962-63 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



LEA 
TAR80S0 CITY 
SALARIES 

EMPLOYEfc BENEFITS 
PURCHASED SERVICES 
SUPPLIES i. MATERIALS 
CAPITAL OUTLAY 
OTHER OBJECtS 
TOTAL 
PERCENT CF TOTAL 



= INAL 

AOM 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE 



3,268, 3«7 

656, 896 

83,07* 

137,906 

5,297 

13,876 

4,165, 396 

65.8 



FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


366,392 


68*, 074 


ez.An, 


153.269 


20.985 


202,907 


218,633 


311,018 


13,802 


58,518 


13,253 


38.191 


715,479 


1,447.977 


11.3 


22.9 



• »*»»•••*• PER PUPIL EXPENDITURE 



PERCENT 
TOTAL STATE FEDERAL LOCAL TOTAL OF TOTAL 



4.318,813 1027.78 115.22 215.12 1,358.12 68.2 

892,579 206.57 25.92 4S.20 280. ^9 1*.2 

306,967 26.12 6.60 63.81 96.53 4.9 

667,556 43.37 68.75 97.80 209.92 10.5 

77,617 1.67 4.34 18.40 24.41 1.2 

65,320 4.36 4.17 12.01 20.54 l.O 

6,328,852 1309.87 225.00 455.3* 1,990.21 100.0 

100.0 



11-99 



FORSYTH 



Dr. Zane E. Eargle, Supt. 
Miller Street, Box 2513 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 27102 

47 Elementary Schools 

14 Secondary Schools 

3 Combined Schools 

5th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1982-83 
FJN4L K 



1 



10 



11 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



ENROLL 2792 2808 270'i 2819 2779 3055 3172 3AU 3307 3368 3170 3095 3021 

ADM 2680 27U 26^1 2735 273C 2989 3111 3342 3217 3212 302'. 2944 2928 

ACA 2530 2591 2533 2624 262C 2849 2961 3157 3022 2962 2792 2803 28C0 

MLD 2700 2717 2634 2732 2745 2981 3096 3349 3205 3181 2977 2861 28t6 

PROM 2476 2444 2491 2656 27CC 2942 3057 3C89 304A 2868 2751 2721 2748 

N-P 224 273 143 76 45 39 39 260 161 313 226 140 118 



155 1122 
154 1087 
142 995 
151 1073 
151 1020 
53 



40778 
3951C 
37381 
39268 
37158 
2110 



1983-84 
FIRST MO 



10 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



ENROLL 2781 2841 2591 2622 2713 ,2697 3041 3404 3284 3495 3058 3039 2840 151 971 39528 
ADM 2597 2800 2567 2595 2691 2681 3017 3374 3255 3416 3008 3006 2814 150 956 38927 

AD* 2504 2720 2501 2527 2618 2614 2927 3 249 3139 3215 2865 2901 2728 142 896 37546 



1962-63 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1962 Summer Schod GradualaB) 



AHEKICtN BLACK 
I NOUN 



TOTAL AMERICAN BLACK 
INDIAN 



OTHER* TOTAL 



TOTAL 
NUMBER PFDCENT 



P;IPLIC ?7. INST NC 

PJl<Li: <.-<. OUT-STATE 
TJTAL 

P'lVATE SH. INST NC 
PRIVATE 5R. OUTSTATE 
TCTAL 

C:*^V COLL, TECH NC 

C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 

TUTAL 

TRADE, BUSINESS NC 
TkST:, BUSI OUTSTATE 
T3TAL 

MILITARY 

E" PL or KENT 
OTHERS •• 
GvAN3 TOTAL •»* 



110 
114 



2'53 

20 

313 



154 
158 



407 

24 

431 

76 

25 

101 

213 

4 

217 



15 

159 

291 

134 

1366 



167 

5 

172 



105 

2 

107 



318 

14 

332 

87 

22 

109 

192 

2 

194 



487 

l<i 

506 

108 

30 

138 

297 
4 

301 



93 7 

184 

55 
239 

510 

8 

518 



16 


175 


287 


578 


151 


285 


1468 


2834 



31.5 

1.5 
33.1 

6.5 
1.9 
8.4 

18. 
0.3 
18.3 

1.0 
0.0 
1.0 

2.4 
0.2 
2.6 



2 0.4 

10.1 
100. 



INCLUDES HISPANICS. ALASKAN NATIVES, AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
"INCLUDES INFORMATION NOT AVAILABLE, MARRIED, ETC. 



11-100 



Forsyth 



1963-64 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSICNKENT 



SCURCE CF FLNC5 



R«CE/fTHMC CRTGIN 



CLASSIFICATICN 



STATE FECERAl LCCAL 



FEHALE HUTE 



CFFICML.AD^S.tt'GRS. 
PRINCIPAl S 
ASST PRINC, TEACHING 
ASST PRINCfKONTE<CHING 
ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 
SECONDARY TEACHERS 
OTHER TEACHERS 
GUIDANCE 
PSYCHOLOGICAL 
LIBR«RIAN,AUniCVIS'ML 
CONSULT ANT, SUPER VI SDR 
OTHER PRCFESSICNAL 
TEACHER AlOES 
TECHNICIANS 
CLERICAL, SECRETARIAL 
SERVICE WORKERS 
SKILLED CRAFTS 
LABORERS, UNSKILLED 
TOTAL 



15 
13 
13 
^'l 
BC7 
7?3 

42 
8 

58 
7 



lit 
26 



2 

2 

S5 

1C4 



67 
13 

ua 

4A3 

ei 

31 

10*6 



952 
999 



16 


'.8 


15 


8 


10 


5 


14 


29 


17 


905 


659 


293 


640 


766 


233 



U 


5 


9 


13 


1 


66 


3 


63 


44 


22 


18 


10 


8 


14 


4 


-VS 


5 


43 


39 


9 


32^. 


15 


309 


236 


88 


13 


6 


7 


U 


2 


199 


3 


196 


174 


25 


6d9 


170 


439 


275 


334 


107 


107 




96 


11 


31 


31 




29 


2 


3637 


895 


2742 


2541 


1096 



• VOCATICNAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID AF PflC » I«A TELY 62.13PCT FROM STATE. 
25.64PCT FRC^ LOCAL, ANC li.l8PCT FRCf FECERAL FLNCS. 



1962-63 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



LEA 
FORSYTH COUNTY 
SALARIES 

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 
PURCHASED SERVICES 
SUPPLIES C MATERIALS 
CAPITAL OUTLAY 
OTHER OBJECTS 
TOTAL 
PERCENT OF TOTAL 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE 



FINAL 










AOK 




STATE 




FEDERAL 


S9.S10 












42 


353,883 


4 


,485,973 




7 


516,248 
967,692 




885,202 
283,779 




2 


778.141 
62,837 

9,081 


1 


,472,380 
34,340 
370,455 




53 


687,882 
57.9 


7 


,532,129 
8.1 



.316.127 
.356.826 
.709,018 
,074,751 
159,251 
,965,170 
.581.143 
34.0 



*••*••*••• PER PUPIL EXPENDITURE 
TOTAL STATE FEDERAL LOCAL TOTAL 

66,155,983 1071.98 113.54 488.89 1,6/4.41 



190.24 22.40 110.27 322.91 

24.49 7.18 43.26 74.93 

70.31 37.27 103.13 210.71 

1.59 .87 4.03 6.49 

.23 9.38 49.74 50.35 

92,801.154 1358.84 190.64 759.32 2.348.80 
100.0 



12.758,276 

2,960,489 

8,325,273 

256,428 

2,344,706 



PERCENT 
OF TOTAL 



71.3 

l^.r 



2.5 

100.0 



11-101 



FRANKLIN 

Warren W. Smith, Supt. 
Bickett Blvd. , Box 449 
Louisburg, N. C. 27549 

8 Elementary Schools 
2 Secondary Schools 

3rd Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1982-83 






























FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


THH 


CNHCLL 


306 


n? 


323 


332 


368 


373 


351 


409 


365 


473 


344 


293 


2S5 


6 


ADM 


302 


307 


321 


32 6 


36C 


369 


344 


393 


3 59 


444 


330 


284 


2f8 


7 


ADA 


283 


29^ 


310 


312 


345 


353 


331 


365 


337 


408 


303 


264 


2tS 


7 


fUD 


303 


3C9 


326 


325 


357 


366 


343 


382 


354 


427 


321 


276 


265 


7 


PROM 


291 


28S 


31? 


318 


352 


358 


333 


307 


312 


32 7 


268 


256 


276 


6 


N-P 


12 


20 


14 


7 


5 


8 


10 


75 


42 


100 


53 


20 


9 


1 


1983-8'r 






























FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


ENFOLL 


307 


333 


307 


321 


330 


364 


384 


385 


342 


42 3 


3 63 


287 


268 


9 


AD'' 


30<r 


331 


305 


319 


329 


360 


384 


378 


3 38 


414 


360 


280 


264 


9 


ADA 


292 


321 


299 


312 


320 


351 


370 


361 


322 


390 


339 


263 


2 54 


9 



TOTAL 

4557 
4434 
4181 
4381 
4005 
376 



4423 
4375 
4203 



1962-63 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Sunmer School Graduates) 



TOTAL AMERICAN BLACK 
INDI AN 



f.'eLIC S?. INST NC 

'^."'li: SK. OUT-STATE 
TC'/.L 

P-:VATE S^. INST NC 
P'l^ATE SK. OUTSTATE 
T1T4L 

CC"" CCLL, TECH NC 

C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 



P" IVAf E JR. CCLL NC 
o^IVATF j^. CUTSTATE 
TCTiL 

TRADE. BUSINESS NC 
TR-'OE, SL'SI OUTSTATE 

TCTAL 

MILITARY 

EMPLOYMENT 

CHERS •• 

it- 5 NO TOTAL »•» 



6. 6 
0.3 

3 1 . S 



1.0 
1.4 

1 t. 7 
1>?.C 

n.o 

100.0 



INCLUDES HISPANICS. ALASKAK NATIVES, AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANOEPS 
"INCLUDES INFCRMATION NOT AVAILABLE, HARRIED, ETC. 



11-102 



Franklin 



1963-64 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGKfENT 



SCURCE CF FUNCS 



PACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 



CLASSIFICATICK STATE FECERAL ICCAL VCCAT TCTAL MALE FEMALE WUTE BLACK CThEP 



CFFICIAL,ADKS..f'CRS. 


3 








3 


2 


1 


3 




PRIMCCALS 


IC 








10 


10 




8 


2 


ASST PPINC, TEACHING 


1 








1 




1 


1 




ASST PRI^C,^C^TEACHING 


2 








2 


2 




1 


1 


ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 


116 




T 


2 


125 


10 


115 


ee 


37 


SECONDARY TEACHERS 


17 




<> 


n 


68 


?1 


37 


50 


18 


OTHER TEACHERS 


16 


28 






',', 


I 


*3 


26 


18 




3 








3 


I 


2 


2 


1 


PSYCH0LCGIC4L 




















LIBRARIAN. AUDIOVISUAL 


2 




11 




13 


1 


12 


U 


2 


CONSULTANT, SUPER VI SCR 


2 


1 




1 


« 


1 


3 


3 


1 


OTHER PROFESSIONAL 


8 




3 


2 


13 


<. 


9 


9 


<, 


TEACHER AICES 


51 








51 


1 


50 


27 


24 


TECHNICIANS 




















CLERICAL. SECRETARIAL 


<! 


I 


10 




20 


2 


18 


16 


A 


SERVICE WORKERS 


1* 




55 




69 


10 


59 


28 


Al 


SKILLED CRAFTS 


8 




7 




15 


15 




13 


2 


LABORERS. UNSKILLED 




















TCTAL 


292 


30 


S7 


22 


^'.1 


91 


350 


286 


155 



• VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAIC t FPPOX IMATELY 62.18PCT FROM STATE. 
25.6'iPCT FROM LOCAL. AND 12.18PCT FRQf FECERAL FLNCS. 



1962-63 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE 





FINAL 










LEA 


ADK 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


FRANKLIN COUNTY 


*.*3* 










SALARIES 




4.632.671 


735.975 


846.592 


6.215.438 


EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 




906.312 


160.379 


181.681 


1,248.371 


PURCHASED SERVICES 




180.262 


23.522 


176,667 


380,451 


SUPPLIES C MATERIALS 




287,527 


284.134 


694,769 


1.266,430 


CAPITAL OUTLAY 




2,93 7 


31,263 


8,639 


42.840 


OTHER OBJECTS 




102 


9,339 


45,416 


54,857 


TOTAL 




6.010,012 


1,244,611 


1,953,764 


9,208,387 


PERCENT CF TOTAL 




65.3 


13.5 


21.2 


100.0 



• •••••**•• PER PUPIL EXPENDITURE 



TOTAL STATE FEDERAL LOCAL 



204.40 36.17 40.97 

40.65 5.30 39.84 

64.85 64.08 156.69 

.66 7.05 1.95 

.02 2.11 10.24 

9,208,387 1355.43 280.69 440.62 2,076.7 



NOITURE 






PERCENT 


TOTAL 


OF TOTAL 


401. 76 


67.5 


281.54 


13.5 


85.79 


4.1 


285.62 


13.8 


9.66 


.5 


12.3 7 


.6 



11-103 



Franklinton 

J. Donald Hare, Supt. 

1 N. Main Street, Box 456 

Franklinton, N. C. 27525 

1 Elementary School 
1 Combined School 

3rd Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1992-83 
F INAL 



10 



11 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



ENROLL 

ACM 

ACA 

PR CM 

N-P 



85 
85 
79 
85 



75 
76 
72 
Ti 
72 



1C2 106 
S7 105 



S3 

«8 



101 
107 



113 
111 
1C7 
111 



133 
130 
125 
128 



121 
116 
119 



i\.<* 112 

111 107 

107 1C2 

108 IC4 



9C 10« IC7 12^ 103 105 101 
e 3 ^ 4 16 3 3 



123 109 
113 102 



104 
I0<i 



9<t 
94 
73 



10 8 
99 
93 
95 
86 



88 
65 
80 



1395 
1345 
1276 
1314 
1194 
120 



1983-84 
FIRST MO K 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



ENFOLL 85 

AOy 83 

ADA 79 



78 85 91 106 111 126 108 112 129 103 90 86 2 

78 84 91 105 111 125 107 111 125 97 90 85 2 

75 82 89 102 109 123 105 108 117 92 85 82 2 



1309 
1294 
12 50 



i 962-63 High School Groduote Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer School Graduates) 



Pc'BL IC SR. INST NC 

fL't^li: S«. 0JT-5T&TE 
TCIAL 

P-.IVATE SR. INST \C 
C.^IV/STE SP. CUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

CZ"M :CLl , TECP NC 

C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

Pi^IVAIE JR. CCLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
T3TAL 

TRATE, ?USI\'ESS NC 
TP,'."E, 9USI OUTSTATE 
TC'AL 

MIL ITARY 

EMPLOf MENT 

CTHERS »» 

5=i\3 TOTAL •»* 



19. 
0.0 
IS.O 



0.0 
I. 3 



0.0 
CO 



29. 1 

1 2. '3 



* I'ICLL'DFS HISPANICS, ALASKAN NATIVES, AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
••INCLUDES INFCBHATIGN NOT AVAILABLE, MARRIED, ETC. 



11-104 



Franklinton 

19d3-64 Public School Personnel Summory 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT SCURC E CF FLNCS SEX RACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 





2 
1 


2 
I 




I 


1 
t 




1 


1 






1 




3'> 


A 


30 


20 


l-V 


8 


22 


8 


1« 


13 


8 


1 


13 


I 


12 


<5 


<i 


1 


2 




2 


1 


1 



CLASSIFICATIC^ STATE FEDERAL ICCAL VCCAT TOTAL MALE FECALE V.HTE 

CFFICIAL.ACMS.t^GRS. All 6336 

PRINCIPALS 2 

ASST PRINC.TEACHING 1 

ASST PRINC.NONTEACHING 1 

ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 33 1 

SECONDARY TEACHERS 1« 

CTHER TEACHERS 7 5 

GUIDANCE 1 

PSYCHOLOGICAL 

LIBRARIAN, AtOIGVlSUAL 2 2 

CONSULT ANT, SUPER VISOR 

OTHER PRCFESSICNAL 

TEACHER AIDES 1« I 1 16 

TECHNICIANS i I 

CLERICAL, SECRETARIAL 2 2 * 

SERVICE WORKERS 6 17 . 23 

SKILLED CRAFTS 

LABORERS, UNSKILLED 

TOTAL £7 7 23 10 127 



3 


13 


3 


1 


8 


15 



» VOCATIDML TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID AFPBCX If A TELY 62.18PCT FROM STATE, 
25.6APCT FKOM LOCAL. AND 12.18PCT FRCM FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1982-63 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



LEA 

FRANKLINTON CITY 
SALARIES 

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 
PUKCHASED SERVICES 
SUPPLIES C MATERIALS 
CAPITAL OUTLAY 
OTHER OBJECTS 
TOTAL 
PERCENT OF TOTAL 





AMOUNTS EXPENDED 


BY SOURCE 


FINAL 

ADM 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


1,3A5 








1,360,737 


228.005 




271,150 


A9,A81 




16,021 


10,A23 




95,721 


134,359 




31 


8.031 




12 


1,071 




1,743,672 


431.369 




6A.8 


16.1 



• ••**••*•• PER PUPIL EXPENDITURE ••»••••• 















PERCENT 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


OF TOTAL 


228,131 


1,816,873 


1011.70 


169.52 


169.61 


1,350.83 


67.6 


46.232 


368,862 


201.60 


36.79 


35.86 


274.25 


13.7 


73.620 


100,064 


11.91 


7.75 


54.74 


74.40 


3.7 


150,848 


380,928 


71.17 


99.90 


112.15 


283.22 


14.2 


2.376 


10,438 


.02 


5.97 


1.77 


7.76 


.4 


9,149 


10,231 


.01 


.80 


6.80 


7.61 


.4 


512,355 


2,687,396 


1296.41 


320-7 3 


380.93 


1,948.07 


100.0 


19.1 


100.0 













11-105 



GASTON 

Dr. George McSwain, Interim Supt. 
943 Osceola St., Box 1397 
Gastonia, N. C. 28052 

37 Elementary Schools 
6 Secondary Schools 
13 Combined Schools 

6th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1982-83 
F INAL 



1 



10 



11 



12 TfH EXCP TOTAL 



ENROLL 

AOM 

ADA 

MLD 

PROM 

N-P 



22^2 2328 2373 2618 2778 2797 2962 2912 2808 2823 21'*'* 22'»l 19C 

2144 2249 2200 2541 2698 2728 2883 2828 27C3 2647 2512 2117 

2012 2132 22CI 2435 259C 262C 2757 2650 2505 2461 2365 2008 175C 

2116 2229 2286 2545 2673 2719 2877 2818 2657 2583 2390 2043 

2066 2C12 2166 2442 2625 2678 2863 2666 2515 2324 2057 1841 

48 41 14 152 142 259 333 202 



50 217 12(5 103 



19C8 


159 


396 


34089 


1834 


150 


401 


32735 


175C 


135 


364 


30985 


1798 


149 


4C8 


32291 


1725 


149 


389 


30518 


73 




19 


1773 



1983-84 
FIRST MO 



10 



11 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



ENROLL 2006 2339 2165 2303 2512 2688 2719 2961 2887 2715 27 25 2 30 2 2047 142 379 32890 
ADY 1990 2322 2150 2285 2505 2677 2716 2952 2870 2686 2692 2286 2036 138 377 32682 

ADA 1940 2253 2 097 2233 2444 2609 2649 2852 2740 2575 2570 2 197 1967 130 354 31610 



1962-63 High School Groduote Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer School Graduates) 



360 G4STCN COUNTY 



INDIAN- 



TOTAL AMERICAN 
INDIAN 



TOTAL 
TOTAL NU'^BER PERCENT 



rjJLIC SK. JNST NC 

P.J-LIC SR. CUT-STATE 
■>■; AL 

1>=!VATE SP. INST NC 
PSiViTE SR. OUTSTATE 
TCTAL 

COMy COLL, TECH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TCTAL 



1'.6 

9 

155 



171 

U 

1 82 



20 2 





224 


3 





7 


205 





231 



144 





17? 


34 4 


n.7 


</ 





11 


?2 


1. J 


153 


u 


184 


Z'.f. 


-'1.0 


65 





75 


!24 


7.1 


8 





8 


15 


0.9 


73 





83 


n'5 


C.T 


211 


D 


256 


4^0 


27.5 


1 





2 


9 


0.5 


212 





258 


469 


28.0 



PRIVATE JR. CCLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. CUTSTATE 



TRADE, BUSINESS NC 
TRADE, S'JSI OUTSTATE 

TDTAL 

KILI TARY 
E-PLOVJENT 
OTHERS •• 
GRAND TOTAL »** 



85 


4. 'i 


5 


0.3 


90 


5.2 


130 


7. 5 


434 


24 . 9 



I';CLUDES HISPANICS, ALASKAN NATIVES, AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
"INCLUDES INFCRHATION NOT AVAILABLE, MARRIED, ETC. 



11-106 



Gaston 



^983-64 Public School Personnel Summory 

(Full-tiine personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNfiENT 



SCURCE CF FUNCS 



PACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 



CLASSIFICATICN 



STATE FECERAL LCCAL 



FEMALE WHITE 



CFFICIAL.ACI'S..KCRS. 


5 




PRINCIPALS 


56 




ASST PRINC, TEACHING 


1 




ASST PRINC, KONTEACHING 


33 




ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 


62* 




SECONDARY TEACHERS 


452 




OTHER TEACHERS 


1S9 


«6 


GUIDANCE 


37 


1 


PSYCHOLOGICAL 


4 


« 


LIBRARIAN, ALDIOVISUAL 


53 




CONSULTANT , SUP ERVI SOR 


le 


2 


OTHER PROFESSIONAL 


6 




TEACHER AIDES 


3t3 


32 


TECHNICIANS 


13 




CLERICAL. SECRETARIAL 


78 


1 


SERVICE WCRKERS 


12A 




SKILLED CRAFTS 


14 




LABORERS, UNSKILLED 






TOTAL 


2062 


86 



5 


'i 


1 


3 


2 


56 


<.8 


8 


50 


6 


33 


27 


6 


27 


6 


671 


«2 


629 


589 


82 


620 


226 


3<)<, 


557 


<3 


26^, 


51 


213 


2*3 


21 


38 


10 


28 


35 


3 


8 


6 


2 


8 




57 


3 


5<. 


53 


3 



29 


1 


109 


188 




312 


*5 




59 


2 




2 


'.33 


128 


2729 



105 


1C4 


213 


191 




50 



VOCATICNJL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID A FPROX IHATELY 62.18PCT FROM STATE. 
25.6'iPCT FRO** LOCAL, AND 12.18PCT FRCf FECERAL FU^OS. 



1962-83 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 







AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE 










• *•••»•»•• pa» 


PUPIL EXPENDITURE 




LEA 


FINAL 

AOH 


STATE 


FEDERAL 




LOCAL 




TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


PfRCENT 
OF TOTAL 


GASTON COUNTY 


32,735 
























SALARIES 




33.0U,4I6 


2,528,182 


6 


990,64 3 


42 


533,241 


1008.54 


77.23 


213.55 


1,299.32 


71.6 


EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 




6. 5^5,146 


548,826 


1 


390,049 


8 


,484.021 


199.94 


16.77 


42.46 


259.17 


14. J 


PURCHASED SERVICES 




1,028,485 


145,539 


1 


515.500 


2 


689.524 


31.42 


4.45 


46.30 


32.17 


4.5 


SUPPLIES C MATERIALS 




1,361, 634 


1,268,034 


2 


299,548 


4 


.929.215 


41.60 


38.74 


70.25 


150.59 


8.3 


CAi^irAL OUTLAY 




80,482 


150,861 




340.652 




571.996 


2.46 


4.61 


10.41 


17.48 


1.0 


OfHfcR OBJECTS 




4,802 


2,249 




192,981 




200,032 


.15 


.07 


5.90 


6.12 


.3 


TOTAL 




42,034,965 


4,643,691 


12 


729,373 


59 


.408,029 


1284.11 


141.87 


388.87 


1,814.85 


100.0 


PERCENT OF TOTAL 




70.8 


7.8 




21.4 




100.0 













11-107 



GATES 

John E. R. Perry, Supt. 

P. 0. Box 125, Court Street 

Gatesville, N. C. 27938 

4 Elementary Schools 
1 Secondary School 
1 Combined School 

1st Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1982-83 




























FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


ENROLL 


113 


9<; 


133 


112 


117 


143 


139 


155 


141 


176 


149 


105 


147 


AOH 


107 


94 


132 


107 


116 


140 


132 


151 


136 


169 


137 


10 3 


145 


AOA 


101 


91 


128 


104 


112 


136 


128 


146 


128 


160 


127 


98 


I?fl 


MLO 


110 


95 


133 


107 


115 


141 


131 


152 


134 


169 


131 


103 


144 


PROM 


106 


88 


13C 


100 


115 


14C 


130 


152 


126 


160 


90 


99 


140 


N-P 


<» 


7 


3 


7 




1 


1 




8 


9 


41 


4 


4 


198 3-84 




























FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


ENROLL 


110 


118 


93 


134 


98 


113 


144 


129 


164 


134 


194 


97 


ins 


AOy 


108 


117 


93 


133 


97 


113 


143 


130 


163 


133 


188 


95 


\a^ 


ADA 


104 


115 


91 


131 


95 


110 


140 


127 


157 


129 


183 


91 


98 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



1729 
1669 
1597 
1665 
1576 
89 



TMH EXCP TOTAL 



1633 
1616 
1568 



1 962-63 High Schooi Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1962 Summer Sdxnl GraduataB) 



P.'?l IC SB. IN5T NC 

F.MLi: St-. UaT-STATf 
T lAL 

PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
P':iV.'7E SR. CUTSTATE 

T3TAL 



TOTAL 



CriH COLL, TECH NC 

C. C. lECH CUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

P?. IVArE JP. CCLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TCTAL 

T?40E, B'JSIMESS NC 
TRADE. BUSI OUTSTATE 
TCTAL 

WILITARY 

E'^PIOYHENT 



G^li'iD TOTAL »•* 



13.0 

0.0 

13.0 

0.7 
0.0 
0.7 

*. 3 

n.o 

'..3 
8.0 

31. <. 

16.7 
100.0 



• INCLUDES HISPANICS, ALASKAN NATIVES, AND ASIAM OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 

♦•INCLUDES INFCRMATION NOT AVAILABLE, MARRIED, ETC. 



11-108 



Gates 



1963-64 Public School Personnel Summofy 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGN>'ENT 



SCURCE CF FUNCS 



RACE/ETHNIC CRIGIN 



CLASSIFICATICN 



STATE FECERAl ICCAL VCCAT TOTAL 



KALE FE"ALE WUTE BLACK OTHER 



CFFICIAL,AC»'S.,HGRS. 


5 


1 


PRINCIPALS 


6 




ASST PRINC, TEACHING 


1 




ASST PRlNCtNONTEACHING 






ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 


3* 




SECONDARY TEACHERS 


18 




OTHER TEACHERS 


tl 




GUIDANCE 






PSYCHOLOGICAL 






LIBRARIAN, ALOICVISUAL 


5 




CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 


1 




CTHER PRCFESSICNAL 






TEACHER AICES 


17 


1 


TECHNICIANS 






CLERICAL, SECRETARIAL 


6 


I 


SERVICE WORKERS 


5 




SKILLED CRAFTS 


3 




LABORERS, UNSKILLED 






TCTAL 


UZ 


u 



1 






1 






46 




*3 


30 




23 


13 




10 


3 


2 


1 



13 

29 



• VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID « fPPCX IMATELY 62.18PCT FROM STATE, 
25.6'.PCT FROM LOCAL, AND 12.18PCt FRCM FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1962-63 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE 



»•••»••••• PER PUPIL E<PENOITUPE ••••♦••» 



LEA 


FINAL 
ADM 




STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 




TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


PERCENT 
OF TOTAL 


GATES COUNTY 


1 ,669 
























SALARIES 




2 


02S,1S9 


359,578 


366,283 


2 


,751,016 


1213.39 


215.45 


219,46 


1 ,648.30 


68.2 


EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 






395, «3 


52,327 


96,017 




544,766 


237.22 


31.65 


57.53 


326.40 


13.5 


PURCHASED SERVICES 






S0.S81 


26,114 


90,273 




166,969 


30.31 


15.65 


54.09 


100.05 


4.1 


SUPPLIES L MATERIALS 






160,562 


153,715 


152,354 




466,630 


96.20 


92.10 


91.28 


279.58 


11.6 


CAPITAL OUTLAY 






8,553 


14.325 


9,954 




32,8 33 


5.12 


8.5 8 


5.96 


19.66 


.8 


OTHER OBJECTS 






484 


9,122 


63,232 




72,8 39 


.29 


5.47 


37.89 


43.65 


1.8 


TOTAL 




2 


,641,258 


615.682 


778,113 


4 


,035,054 


1582.53 


368.90 


466.21 


2,417.64 


100.0 


PERCENT OF TOTAL 






65.4 


15.3 


19.3 




100.0 













11-109 



GRAHAM 

Lowell Crisp, Supt. 
P. 0. Box 605 
Robbinsville, N. C. 28771 

1 Elementary School 
1 Secondary School 
1 Combined School 

8th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



l<5e2-83 
FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


THH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


ENROLL 


121 


113 


US 


102 


136 


121 


123 


139 


101 


160 


129 


117 


1C3 


7 




1591 


ACM 


108 


ICS 


115 


96 


134 


115 


121 


132 


96 


148 


124 


108 


1C2 


7 




1515 


ADA 


96 


IOC 


1C8 


91 


125 


UC 


112 


121 


86 


136 


113 


99 


S2 


6 




1395 


MLO 


107 


lie 


IK. 


98 


124 


113 


119 


130 


95 


142 


122 


101 


lOJ 


6 






PROM 


107 


ss 


1C7 


93 


129 


111 


111 


122 


79 


126 


115 


94 


ICJ 


6 




92 


N-P 




11 


7 


5 


5 


2 


8 


8 


16 


16 


7 


7 








1983-84 
FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


EN^^OLL 


113 


122 


106 


116 


101 


129 


UO 


134 


128 


101 


130 


125 


99 


6 




1520 


AD" 


112 


122 


10 5 


114 


100 


128 


109 


133 


127 


96 


133 


122 


96 


6 






ADA 


10*^ 


117 


101 


111 


95 


123 


105 


124 


121 


88 


123 


112 


91 


6 




1421 



1962-60 High School Gfoduote Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer School Graduatae) 



AMERICAN BLACK WHITE OTHER* TOTAL AMERICAN 6LACK 

I NO IAS INDIAN 



I OTAL 

NUHSEP DfRCE'JT 



PLinilC SR. INST NC 

PUBLIC SR. OUT-STATE 
TCT4L 

PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SP. QUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

CC/w CGLL. TECV NC 
C.C- TECH OJ-'-STATE 
TCTAL 

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JF. OUTSTATE 
TTTAL 

TRA:>E, BUSINESS NC 
TP4DE, 5LSI OUTSTATE 
TCAL 

MILITARY 

EVOLOrVENT 
OTHERS »• 
GRAND ^'iTAL •*» 



0.0 
0.0 
0.0 



0.0 
0.0 
0.0 

1.0 

0.0 
1.0 

1.? 
6.e 

46. t 
100.0 



INCLUDES HISPAMCSt ALASKAN NATIVES, ANO ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
^INCLUDES INFCP.VATION NOT AVAILABLE, MARRIED, ETC. 



11-110 



Graham 



1963-64 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY aSSIGNfENT SCURCE CF FLNCS SEX R*CE/ETHNIC CRIGIN 

CLASStFICATICK STATE FECEPAl ICC^L VCC4T TOTAL MALE FEfALE hUTE BLACK OTH? 

CFFICIAL.ACKS..»'eRS. * « 2 2 <. 

PRINCIPALS 3 3 3 3 

ASST PRINC, TEACHING 

ASST PRINCfNONIEACHING 2 2 2 2 

ELEMENT4RY TEACHERS ♦C 1 *1 9 32 *0 

SECONDARY TEACHERS 1« 1 H 28 15 13 28 

OTHER TEACHERS 7 6 13 * 9 12 

CUIDANCE 

PSYCHOLOGICAL 

LIBRARIAN, AuniCVISUAC 1 ' 1 11 

CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 

OTHER PRCFESSICNAL 2 2 112 

TEACHER AICES 2 1 7 I * 33 33 30 

TECHNICIANS 1 I 11 

CLERICAL, SECRETARIAL 5 1 * 10 I 9 10 

SERVICE WORKERS 25 1* 39 22 17 37 

SKILLED CRAFTS 2 2 2 2 

LABORERS, UNSKILLED 

TOTAL 126 l« ?4 IS 179 61 118 172 



» VOCATIONAL TEiCHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID A F FRCX I>'A TELY 62.1BOCT FROM STATE, 
25.5APCT FRC^ LOCAL, AND 12.18PC7 FRCM FECERAL FLNCS. 



1 962-63 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



LEA 

C.AHAH COUNTY 
SALARIES 

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 
PURCHASED SERVICES 
SUPPLIES I MATERIALS 
CAPITAL OUTLAY 
OTHER OBJECTS 
TOTAL 
PERCENT CF TOTAL 





AMOUNTS EXPENDED 


BY SOURCE 


FINAL 






AON 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


1,515 








1,7^3,503 


201, ♦S* 




351,297 


*2.703 




♦ 7,6*0 


5,909 




106.687 


71,908 




2.338 


2. 5*8 




200 


11 




2.251,666 


324, 5 H 




70.9 


10.2 







• ***••• 


••• PER 


PU»IL EXPENDITURE 
















PfctCESI 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


C^ TOTAL 


255,572 


2,200,509 


1150.83 


132.96 


168.69 


1,452.48 


69.3 


56,721 


♦50,721 


231.88 


28.19 


37.44 


2S7.S1 


14.2 


81,780 


135,330 


31. ^5 


3.90 


53.98 


89.33 


4.3 


191,251 


369, 846 


70.42 


47.46 


126.24 


244.12 


11.6 


4,713 


9,599 


1.54 


1.68 


3.11 


6.33 


.3 


9,969 


10,180 


.13 


.01 


6.58 


6.72 


.3 


600,006 


3,176,186 


1486.25 


214.20 


356.04 


2,096.49 


100.0 


18.9 


100.0 













11-111 



GRANVILLE 

L. C. Adcock, Supt. 

101 Delacroix St., Box 927 

Oxford, N. C. 27565 

9 Elementary Schools 
3 Secondary Schools 

3rd Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1982-83 


































FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


U 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


ENROLL 


428 


485 


478 


485 


530 


485 


545 


644 


5 77 


591 


5 69 


521 


473 


28 


16 


6855 


AC^* 


t*!'* 


47C 


4£7 


48C 


527 


476 


538 


632 


569 


55 2 


5 56 


496 


462 


28 


16 


6693 


ACA 


398 


447 


449 


463 


5C9 


458 


516 


602 


542 


518 


529 


470 


439 


26 


13 


6379 


MLC 


A25 


473 


469 


484 


529 


473 


538 


628 


568 


520 


548 


482 


456 


27 


21 


6641 


PROM 


Aoe 


415 


438 


462 


518 


461 


520 


585 


543 


450 


499 


446 


442 


14 


11 


6212 


N-P 


17 


58 


31 


22 


11 


12 


18 


43 


25 


70 


49 


36 


14 


13 


10 


429 


1983-8'V 
FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


ENROLL 


437 


48 5 


453 


477 


476 


544 


492 


578 


619 


640 


502 


515 


465 


29 


14 


6726 


ADM 


433 


48 4 


452 


477 


475 


541 


489 


571 


616 


62 6 


4 99 


513 


460 


29 


13 


6678 


ADA 


413 


468 


442 


464 


463 


525 


475 


548 


583 


58 9 


4 74 


486 


435 


29 


11 


6410 



1962-60 High School Groduote Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer School Graduate) 





A 


■^E^ ICAN 
IN3IAN 


i>J51.1C SR. 
TlTiL 


INST NC 
OUT-STATE 


C 




PFIVATE 5", 
PflViSrE SR 
TCTAL 


. INST NC 
0UTST4TE 


c 
c 

c 


CZA-' :OLL, TECH \C 
C.C. TEC^■ CJT-51iTE 

TOTiL 


c 



c 


c^IVATE JR 
PSIVifE JP. 

reiAL 


COLL \C 
OUTSTATE 




c 
c 



TOTAL AMERICAN BLACK 
INDIAN 



TRADE, BL'SINESS NC 
TR53E, BUSI OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

•♦IL ITAqy 

E-PLOVSNT 

CT"ERS »• 

Sr-AND TCTAL ••* 



fc.? 
1 .6 
R.4 

20.0 

0.0 

20.0 

3.? 
0.0 
3.2 

2.0 
0.7 
2.7 

10..' 

28.6 

6.1 

100. 



INCLUDES HISPANICS. ALASKAN NATIVESi AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
■INCLUDES INFCRMATION NOT AVAILABLE, MARRIED, ETC. 



11-112 



Granville 

19d3-84 Public School Personnel Summory 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVirr ASSIGNKENT SCUHCE CF FONCS SEX B4CE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 

CLASSIFICATICK STATE FECERAL tCCAL VCCAT TOTAL ^'ALE FEt-ALE kUTE BLACK OTHER 



CFFICIAl, Act's. t^'CRS. 


2 


1 




PRINCIPALS 


12 






ASST PRINC, TEACHING 








ASST PRINCtNONTEACHING 


7 






ELE'^ENTARY TEACt-ERS 


189 


26 


lA 


SECONDARY TEACHERS 


78 


6 


9 


CTHER TEACHERS 


I 






C'JIDANCE 


6 






PSYCHCLCGICAL 








LIBRARIAN, ALDICVISUAL 


9 






CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 


3 




3 


CTHER PROFESSIONAL 


1 






TEACHER AIDES 


72 


A 


7 


TECHNICIANS 




1 




CLERICAL, SECRETARIAL 


13 


1 


2*> 


SERVICE WORKERS 


8 




71 


SKILLED CRAFTS 






13 


LABORERS, LNSKILLEO 


31 




6 


TOTAL 


*32 


39 


1A7 



3 


3 




3 


12 


9 


3 


IC 


7 


5 


2 


3 


2 29 


23 


206 


169 


123 
1 


50 


73 

1 


92 

1 



9 9 A 5 

7 2 5 6 1 

1 1 I 

S3 83 62 21 

1 1 

38 2 36 31 7 

>9 11 68 33 A6 

13 13 " 10 i 

37 23 lA 2 35 

>51 1'.3 508 A32 219 



VOCATICNAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID A F PRO If ATELY 62.18PCT FROM STATE, 
25.6'.PCT FRCf LOCAL, AND 12.18PCT FRCH FECERAL FUNDS. 



1962-63 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



LEA 

GRANVILLE COUNTY 
SALARIES 

EMPLOYCt OENEFirS 
PURCHASED SERVICES 
SUPPLIES t MATERIALS 
CAPITAL OUTLAY 
OTHER OBJECTS 
TOTAL 
PERCENT OF TOTAL 





AMOUNTS EXPENDED 


BY SOURCE 








•«••»••••» PER 


PUPIL EXPENDITURE 




FINAL 

ADK 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 




TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


PEkCf NT 
OF TOTU 


6,693 
























6,939,527 1 


,229,322 


1,201,280 


9 


,3 70,129 


1036.83 


183.67 


179. *8 


l.3')9.9a 


5B.0 




1.382,631 


271,885 


283,691 


1 


,938,207 


206.58 


40.62 


42.3 9 


289.59 


14.1 




223,215 


28, 8U 


296,105 




548,134 


33.35 


4.31 


44.24 


81.90 


4.0 




♦36,847 


618,754 


628.179 


1 


.683,780 


65.27 


92.45 


93.86 


251.58 


12.2 ; 




16,779 


39,017 


9,313 




65.109 


2.51 


5.83 


1.39 


9.73 


.5 




1,870 


83,169 


79,387 




164,426 


.28 


12.43 


11.66 


24.57 


1.2 




9.000,869 2 


,270,961 


2,497,955 


13 


,769,785 


1344.82 


339.31 


373.22 


2,057.35 


100.0 




6S.A 


16-5 


18.1 




100.0 













11-113 



GREENE 

George S. Taylor, Supt. 
301 Kingold Blvd. 
Snow Hill, N. C. 28580 

5 Elementary Schools 
1 Secondary School 

2nd Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1982-83 


































FINAL 


K 


I 


2 


3 


« 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


ENRCLL 


215 


257 


253 


253 


2(7 


252 


257 


245 


2 34 


282 


221 


178 


167 


8 


2 


3091 


AOM 


212 


253 


249 


253 


271 


249 


251 


238 


231 


267 


210 


173 


164 


7 


2 


3030 


ADA 


201 


245 


241 


245 


2t2 


24C 


2 39 


225 


221 


246 


195 


16 3 


155 


7 


2 


2887 


MLO 


213 


258 


245 


25 3 


274 


248 


250 


238 


2 29 


255 


2C1 


168 


162 


7 


2 


3003 


PROM 


207 


228 


22'; 


247 


254 


235 


240 


210 


222 


193 


153 


145 


148 


7 


2 


2720 


N-P 


6 


3C 


16 


6 


20 


13 


10 


28 


7 


62 


48 


23 


14 






283 


1983-84 
FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


ENROLL 


204 


239 


245 


233 


268 


261 


245 


270 


212 


271 


223 


165 


159 


7 


4 


3 006 


AD« 


200 


236 


243 


233 


268 


260 


242 


264 


210 


266 


219 


163 


158 


8 


3 


2973 


AO* 


194 


231 


241 


228 


2 63 


253 


236 


254 


203 


254 


210 


158 


154 


7 


3 


2889 



1962-63 High School Groduote Intentions 

(Indudes 1962 Summer Schod Graduates) 



A«ERIC<N BLACK 
I N314N 



WHITE OTHER* 



TOTAL AMERICAN BLACK 
INDIAN 



?J3LIC SS. INST NC 

'"J'lLi; SR. OUT-STATE 
TCTAL 

PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OUTSTATE 

TCTAL 

CC"" COLL, TECH NC 

C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TCTAL 

PRIVATE JR. CCIL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TCTAL 

TRAOE, BUSINESS NC 
TRADE, BUSI OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

MILITARY 

EXPLOYHENT 

OTHfRS •• 

GRAND TOTAL *»• 



NUMBER 


PEfiCPf 


40 

3 

43 


" 1.8 
26. A 


2 

2 


1.2 
0.0 
1.2 


50 

2 

52 


30.7 

1.2 

-1.9 


8 
1 
9 


0.6 
5.5 







0.0 
0.0 
0.0 


21 


1 ;■ . 9 


23 


14.1 


13 


8.0 


163 


100.0 



INCLUOES HI5PANICS, ALASKAN NATIVES. AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
•INCLUDES INFORMATION NOT AVAILABLE, HARRIED, ETC. 



11-114 



Greene 



i 960-64 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNf-ENT 



SCURCE CF FLNCS 



RACE/ETHNIC CRIGIN 



CLASSIFICATION 



STATE FECERAL LCCAL VCCAT TOTAL 



MALE FEf'ALE WUTE BLACK OTHER 



CFFICIAL.AOfS.tl'CRS. 2 

PRINCIPALS 6 
ASST PRINC. TEACHING 

ASST PRINC.NONTEACHING 4 

ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 72 

SECONDARY TEACHERS 31 

CTHER TEACHERS 23 

GUIDANCE ^ 

PSYCHOLOGICAL 1 

LIBRARIAN, ALOICVISUAL ♦ 

CONSUITANI, SUPERVISOR 1 

CTHER P8CFESSICNAL 1 

TEACHER AIDES JT 
TECHNICIANS 

CLERICAL, SECRETARIAL 6 

SERVICE WORKERS 16 
SKILLED CfiiFTS 
LABORERS, UNSKILLED 

TOTAL 2C8 



1 


1 




2 


3 


5 










5 


1 


3 


3 








3 


1 


3 


1 




3 


8* 


6 


78 


61 


23 




11 


44 


IT 


27 


30 


U 




1 


*5 


7 


38 


35 


10 




1 






6 

I 


5 
1 


1 










7 


7 










3 


* 


7 










1 


2 


3 




1 


2 


*2 
17 


1 


*2 

17 


27 

1 
1* 


15 
3 







77 


22 


55 


3* 


A3 



236 113 



* VnCATICNAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID AFPRCX If ATELY 62.13PCT FROM STATE, 
25.6<,PCT FRC LOCAL, AND 12.iaFCT FRCf FECERAL FUNDS. 

1962-63 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE 



• *••••*••• PB« PUPIL E<PENDITUR£ 



LEA 

GREENE COUNTY 
SALARIES 

EHPCOYEE BENEFITS 
PURCHASED SERVICES 
SUPPLIES t MATERIALS 
CAPITAL OUTLAY 
OTHER CBJECrS 
TOTAL 
PERCENT OF TOTAL 



FINAL 

AON 



3>3B«.45S 

666,650 

86 , 907 

259,0*2 

10,217 

801 

«.*08,072 

60.1 



777,123 

169,572 

52.612 

326,061 

28,792 

867 

1.355,028 

18.5 



819.211 
163.261 
229,908 
204,562 

105, A40 

26,790 

1,569,173 

21.4 



PERCENT 
TOTAL STATE FEDERAL LOCAL TOTAL OF TOTAL 



1,019,483 220.02 55.96 

369.426 28.68 17.36 

789,666 85.49 107.61 

144,449 3.37 9.50 

28.458 .26 .29 

7,332,273 1454.80 447.20 517.88 2,419.88 

100.0 



70 


3 7 


1,643.83 


67 


9 


60 


48 


336.46 


13 


9 


75 


88 


121.92 


5 





67 


51 


260.61 


10 


8 


34 


80 


47.67 


2 





8 


84 


9.39 




4 



11-115 



GUILFORD 

Robert Boggs, Supt. 

120 Franklin Blvd., Drawer B-2 

Greensboro, N. C. 27402 

33 Elementary Schools 
8 Secondary Schools 
3 Combined Schools 

5th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1S82-83 
FINAL 

ENRCLL 

ACH 

ADA 

MLO 

PRCH 

N-P 



1 



10 



12 THH EXCP TOTAL 



1553 K^e Itll 1675 1659 1997 2165 2332 2096 20-^2 20C8 1780 17A7 

l<i92 U03 1565 1636 1813 1956 2122 2282 2050 1940 19«3 1728 17C6 

UU 1531 use 1574 1738 1872 2033 2158 1933 1828 1841 1636 ICCS 

1477 1593 1548 1629 17*6 1943 2120 2282 2041 1890 1906 1694 16f7 

1421 1476 1497 1565 1757 1921 2082 2100 1905 1757 1670 1583 1658 

56 117 Si' 64 39 22 38 



182 136 133 236 HI 



29 



223 


24736 


233 


24069 


212 


22873 


254 


23860 


227 


22619 


27 


1241 



1983-84 
FIRST MO K 



10 



11 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



ENROLL 1518 1645 1573 1587 1656 1827 1993 2223 2268 2119 199B 1804 1714 
AD« 1504 1636 1559 1581 1651 1823 1985 2215 2262 2103 1975 1783 1711 

ADA 1453 1591 1522 1542 1604 1779 1927 2 142 2175 2022 1886 1714 1646 



216 24141 

212 24000 
2 03 2 3 206 



1962-63 High School Groduote Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer School Gradualas) 



AMERICAN 
INOIAK 



BLACK WHITE 



TOTAL AMERICAN 
I NO I A N 



r OTAl 
NU''BER PtRCENT 



fJPLIC SK. INST NC 

Pl'SlIC SH. DUT-S''ATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
'"IVA'-E SR. OUTSTATE 
TCTAL 



212 
221 



2 42 

13 

255 



223 

i 



273 
277 



CC-" COLL, TECH NX 
C.C. TECH CUT-STATE 
T3TAL 

PRI VATE JR. COLL HC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

TSAOE, BUSINESS NC 
TRADE, BCSI OUTSTATE 
TCTAL 

.MILITSRy 

EMPLOYMENT 

OTHERS •• 

GSAND TOTAL •*• 



I'.a 

1 

1'.9 



165 

1 

166 



110 
1 = 2 



157 

2 

159 



190 

2 

192 



S'jS 


21.3 


3 


0.7 


35 8 


21.5 


2* 


1.4 


6 


0.4 


30 


i.a 


45 


2.7 


14 


C.8 


5 9 


3.5 


12 2 


7. 3 


35 7 


21.5 


10 3 


6.2 


1664 


100.0 



INCLUOES HISPANICS, ALASKAN NATIVES, AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 

'INCLUDES INFCRMATIO^i NOT AVAILABLE, HARRIED, ETC. 



11-116 



Guilford 

1963-64 Public School Personnel Summory 

(Full-Ume personnel only) 



ACTIVITY *SSICN>'ENT SOURCE Cf FONCS SEX PACE/ETHNIC CRICIN 



17 


12 


5 


14 


3 




♦* 


35 


<5 


38 


6 




20 


18 


2 


16 


4 




642 


46 


596 


558 


83 


1 


353 


135 


218 


315 


37 


1 


180 


60 


120 


158 


22 




49 


8 


41 


41 


8 





CLASSIFICATION STATE FECERAL ICCAL VCCAT TOTAL MALE FEMALE WUTE BLACK OTHER 



OFFICIAL, ADfS.,MCRS. 5 2 10 

PRINCIPALS 44 

ASST PRINC, TEACHING 

ASST PRINC, NCNTEACHING 20 

ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 5S0 52 

SECONDARY TEACHERS 221 29 103 

OTHER TEACHERS 119 45 16 

GUIDANCE 37 10 2 

PSYCHOLCGICAL ? 2 4 8 

LIBRARIAN, AlOICVISUAL 23 15 48 

CONSULTANT. SUPERVISOR 7 I 2 10 

OTHER PROfESSICNAL 4 3 7 

TEACHER AICES 242 9 48 299 

TECHNICIANS 14 43 57 

CLERICAL. SECRETARIAL 61 Aft 10? 

SERVICE WCRKERS 116 125 2*1 

SKILLED CRAFTS 45 50 95 

LABORERS, UNSKILLED 

TOTAL 1560 58 454 107 2179 



7 


7 


2 


1 


6 


c 


2 




297 


236 


62 


1 


5? 


51 


5 


1 


107 


101 


8 




177 


181 


60 






84 


10 


1 



VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID /FPRCX IMA TELY 62.18PCT FROM STATE, 
25.64PCT FRCf LOCAL, AND 12.18PCT FRC" FEDERAL FLNDS. 

1962-03 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 

AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE •••••••••» pER PUPIL E»PENOITURE 



LEA 


FIMAL 

ADM 




STATE 


FEDERAL 




LOCAL 




TOTAL 


STATE 


GUILFORD COUNTY 


24.069 


















SALARIES 




24 


648.062 


1,853,057 


7 


433.639 


33 


934,758 


1024.06 


EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 




4 


,869.201 


377,324 


1 


460,007 


6 


,706,532 


202.30 


PURCHASED SERVICES 




1 


092,820 


64,913 


2 


170,564 


3 


,328,297 


45.40 


SOOTHES t MATERIALS 




1 


423, 759 


1,128,396 


4 


068,342 


6 


,620,497 


59.15 


CAPITAL OUTLAY 






47,461 


69,017 




646,657 




763.135 


1.97 


OTHER OBJECTS 






3,515 


50,096 




247,968 




301.579 


.15 


TOTAL 




32 


084,818 


3,542,803 


16 


027,177 


51 


.654.798 


1333.03 


PERCENT OF TOTAL 






62.1 


6.9 




31.0 




lOO.O 





PERCENT 
LOCAL TOTAL CF TOTAL 



76.99 308.85 1.409.90 65.7 

15.68 60.66 278.64 13.0 

2.70 90.18 138.28 6.4 

46. D8 169.03 275.06 12.8 

2.87 26.87 31.71 1.5 

2.08 10.30 12.53 .6 



11-117 



Greensboro 



Dr. Kenneth R. Newbold 

712 N. Eugene St., Drawer V 

Greensboro, N. C. 27402 

30 Elementary Schools 
5 Secondary Schools 
9 Combined Schools 

5th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1S82-83 
FIN*L K 



12 THH EXCP TOTAL 



ENROLL 

ADf 

ADA 

MLD 

PRCM 

N-P 



1656 1601 1593 1563 1713 18C6 1S14 2068 1810 10<.7 20q4 l<348 1653 

1598 IS'it 155S 152S 16(6 1745 1878 2006 1757 1754 1907 1780 1651 

1500 147C 1468 1468 15';3 1670 1791 1891 1649 1632 1743 1646 15C5 

1597 1527 1547 152S 1662 1733 1871 1981 1725 1722 1905 1659 1636 

1440 1316 13S7 1409 1521 1565 1672 1767 1528 1571 1556 1538 1543 

199 214 



157 211 15(5 120 141 168 



197 151 249 121 



93 



232 


213 


23711 


227 


2C9 


22782 


206 


195 


21447 


222 


221 


22437 


222 


205 


20250 




16 


2187 



1983-84 

FIRST MO 



10 



11 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



ENROLL 1571 1656 1491 1534 1530 1630 1723 1914 1951 1791 1922 1702 1687 210 220 22532 
ADM 1540 1636 1476 1526 1518 1624 1717 1895 1936 1758 1866 1663 1659 207 213 22234 

ADA 1489 1588 1438 1483 1483 1578 1671 1832 1860 1669 1771 1582 1580 194 199 21417 



i 962-63 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer School Graduates) 









fALE 










FEMALE 








TOTAL 


4ME0ICeN 


PLACK 


WHITE 


OTHER* 


TOTAL 


AMERICAN 


BLACK 


HHITF 


T H CR * 


TOTAL 


NUMBER 


PCl'CfIT 





:n3iak' 











.: 


INDIAN 


















Pl"^LIC ST.. INST ^C 


c 


77 


177 


5 


2 59 


1 


99 


194 


1 


295 


554 


35.5 


PJ-LIC St. OUT-STATE 


c 


10 


17 





27 





6 


10 


1 


17 


44 


2.0 


TCTAL 





£7 


19', 


5 


286 


1 


lO'j 


204 


2 


31? 


'■IS 


J""-. 4 


PRIVATE SR. INST NC 


c 


7 


32 





39 





19 


54 





73 


112 


7.2 


PRIVATE SR. OUISTATE 


c 


7 


7 





14 





8 


15 





23 


27 


2.4 


TOTAL 


c 


1« 


39 





53 





27 


69 





96 


149 


9.6 


Cr^- :CLL. TECH N'C 


c 


29 


*1 


2 


72 





70 


56 


1 


127 


19 9 


12.8 


C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 





1 


<t 





5 





1 








1 


t 


0.4 


TUTAL 


c 


30 


'.S 


2 


77 





71 


56 


1 


128 


205 


13.1 


PRIVATE JR. CCLL NC 








28 


1 


29 





2 


22 





24 


53 


3.4 


PRIVATE JR. CUTSTATE 





I 








1 





4 


1 





5 


6 


0.4 


TOTAL 





I 


28 


1 


30 





6 


23 





29 


59 


3.8 



TRADE, BUSINESS NC 
TSAL'E, BUSI OUTSTATE 
TCTAL 

"U ITARY 

E.yPLjrMEST 



G^Af.D TCTAL 



no 

162 



133 


8.5 


317 


20.3 


61 


3.9 


559 


i';o.o 


..^.— 


. 



INCL'IDES HISPANICS, ALASKAN NATIVES, AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
•INCLUDES INFCRHATION NOT AVAILABLE, MARRIED, ETC. 



11-118 



Greensboro 



1963-64 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNt-ENT 



SCURCE CF FUNCS 



PACE/ETMNIC ORIGIN 



f.LASSIFICATION 



STATE FEDERAL ICCAL VCCAT TOTAL MALE FEMALE V.HTE 



18 

3S6 
2C 



CfFICIAL,*0»'S.,fCRS. 

PRINCIPALS 

ASST PRINC, TEACHING 

ASST PRINC.NONTEACHING 

ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 

SECONOARr TEACHE«S 

CTHER TEACHERS 

GUIDANCE 

PSYCHCLCGICAL 

LI BR AR I AN, AUDIOVISUAL 

CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 

CTHER PROFESSICNAL 

TFACHER AIDES 

TECHNICIANS 
CLERICAL. SECRETARIAL 
SERVICE WCRKERS 
SKILLED CRAFTS 
LABORERS, UNSKILLED 
TOTAL 

7^''^Iir^*L^^"-"^''^' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 62.18PCT FROM STATE, 
25.6iiPCI FRCM LOCAL. AND 12.18PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNDS. 

1962-63 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



24 
250 



3 




7 


7 




5 


2 






44 


34 


10 


30 


14 


13 




31 


20 


11 


17 


14 


46 




544 


12 


532 


375 


168 


7* 


117 


593 


197 


396 


422 


169 


3 


2 


39 


6 


33 


32 


7 


25 


2 


53 


12 


51 


41 


2? 


11 




11 


4 


7 


11 




19 




50 


2 


48 


39 


11 


1 


3 


13 


9 


4 


9 


3 


27 




59 


8 


50 


47 


U 


36 


1 


316 


11 


305 


149 


164 


14 




14 


7 


7 


13 


1 


62 




125 




125 


HI 


14 


263 




340 


113 


227 


84 


255 


31 




31 


31 




29 


2 


11 




11 


11 




1 


10 


«59 


125 


2290 


484 


1806 


1415 


867 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE 



LEA 
GREENSBORO CITY 
SALARIES 

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 
PURCHASED SERVICES 
SUPPLIES t MATERIALS 
CAPI TAL OUTLAY 
OTHER OBJECTS 
TOTAL 
PERCENT OF TOTAL 



FINAL 












AOK 




STATE 




FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


2.762 














24 


.815.402 


2 


.291.487 


11.984.803 




4 


•841. 93« 




489,457 


2.256.413 






762,50 5 




75,978 


2,424,739 




1 


245,535 


1 


.110.231 


2.487.059 






46,925 




15.332 


23.575 






228 




27.925 


126,292 




31 


711,930 


4 


010.411 


19,302.880 






57.4 




7.3 


35.1 



•"•»•••»• PER PUPIL E«PENOITURE «••••••• 



Pf PcrNT 
TOTAL STATE FEDERAL LOCAL TOTAL CF rCIAL 



39,091,692 1089.25 100.58 526.06 1,715.89 

7.587,207 212.51 21. ♦B 99.0* 331.03 

3.263.222 33.47 3.34 106.43 143.24 

4,842,825 54.67 48.73 1 C9 . 1 7 212.57 

85,831 2.06 .b7 1.03 3.76 

154,445 .01 1.23 5.54 5.78 

55.025.222 1391.97 176.03 847.27 2.415.27 

100.0 



11-119 



High Point 



C. Owen Phillips, Supt. 

900 English Rd. , P. 0. Box 789 

High Point, N. C. 27261 

13 Elementary Schools 
2 Secondary Schools 
1 Combined School 

5th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



isez-sB 


































FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


THH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


ENROLL 


670 


722 


662 


684 


655 


675 


735 


769 


7 55 


847 


776 


687 


628 


48 


126 


9439 


ADH 


6A1 


685 


641 


666 


633 


660 


707 


732 


714 


797 


698 


642 


5S8 


45 


124 


8983 


ADA 


600 


648 


611 


639 


6C3 


627 


667 


691 


6 70 


72 9 


645 


59 5 


557 


40 


112 


8434 


HLO 


642 


683 


636 


66 5 


632 


652 


693 


718 


698 


78 2 


6 74 


627 


579 


45 


120 


8846 


PRCM 


576 


572 


59? 


635 


6C1 


634 


633 


664 


6 50 


625 


543 


526 


533 


45 


1C4 


7933 


N-P 


66 


111 


44 


3C 


31 


18 


60 


54 


48 


157 


131 


101 


46 




16 


913 


1983-84 


































FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


ENROLL 


585 


701 


622 


623 


676 


628 


667 


707 


7 07 


862 


763 


62 9 


587 


46 


123 


8923 


ADK 


575 


694 


608 


618 


670 


624 


661 


696 


7 00 


83 1 


7 34 


614 


575 


45 


119 


8 764 


ADA 


555 


672 


590 


601 


651 


60 3 


638 


669 


6 73 


788 


707 


592 


557 


43 


112 


8451 



i 962-63 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer School Graduates) 



A"ERIC«N BLACK 
I NOIAX 



TOTAL AMERICAN BIACK 
INDIAN 





TOTAL 


L ':v>brp 


prt-rE'iT 


171 


3 0.4 


13 


2.3 


\n'< 


■i;. 7 


41 


7.3 


17 


?.. 


58 


1C.3 


PI 


lA.* 


6 


1. 1 


67 


15.5 


5 


O.S 





0.0 


S 


C.<» 


2 


0.4 


2 


0.4 


A 


0.7 


56 


9.0 


135 


24.0 


3^; 


5.0 


56 3 


100.0 



P-GLIC Sk. INST NC 

r.i?u; s' . nuT-sTsic 

TjTAL 

PvIVA-F S? . !N5T ^t 
ff;:vATC SC. CU1STATE 



CCMV COLL, TECH NC 

C.C. TECt- CUT-STATE 
TCTAL 

PRIVATE JS. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TCTAL 

TRAIE, BUSINESS NC 
TRAOE, SCSI CUTSTATE 
TQTAL 



MILITARY 

E-PLDrMENT 



G^ASD TOTAL 



INCLUDES HISPANICS, ALASKAN NATIVES, AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
•INCLUDES INFORMATION N CT AVAILABLE, MARRIED, ETC. 



11-120 



High Point 



1983-64 Public School Personnel Summory 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNt'ENT 



CLASSIFICATICN 



SCURCE CF FUNCS 



SACE/ETHNIC CRIGIN 



STATE FEDERAL ICCAL VCCAT 



FEKALE hHIE BLACK 



CFFICIAL,AC»'S.,»'CRS. 


5 


PRINCIPALS 


21 


ASST PRINC, TEACHING 




ASST PRINC, NONTEACHING 


2 


ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 


l?l 


SECONDARY TEACHERS 


SC 


CTHER TEACHERS 


79 


GUIDANCE 


8 


PSYCHCLCGICAL 


1 


LIBRARIAN, ALOICVISUAL 


It 


CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 


1 


CTHER PROFESSIONAL 


2 


TEACHER AIDES 


1C5 


TECHNICIANS 


1 


CLERICAL. SECRETARIAL 


16 


SERVICE WORKERS 


6« 


SKILLED CRAFTS 




LABORERS, UNSKILLED 




TOTAL 


&ni 







2 


37 


10 


238 


1 


25 


U6 


7 


t, 


115 


2 

1 

1 


5 

1 


15 

1 

17 

5 


6 


1 


11 


59 




2 20 



32 
87 
14 
11 

3C2 



49 
1^3 

14 

11 

99<) 



1 
29 

13 

10 

187 



215 
2 



1 
611 



181 

103 

89 

7 

1 

13 



140 
3 



* ?5'^?Ipri'^cJ!*'^"P^' SALARIES ARE PAIC AFPFC X ICA TELY 62.18PCT FROM STATEr 
^5.t<,PCI FRCK LOCAL, AND li.lBPCT FRCH FEDERAL FLNDS. 

1962-63 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE 



• *•••••••• PER PUPIL E<PENOITURE 



LEA 
HIGH POINT CITY 
SALARIES 

EMPLOYEE 8ENCFITS 
PURCHASED SERVICES 
SUPPLIES e MATERIALS 
CAPITAL OUTLAY 
OTHER OBJECTS 
TOTAL 
PERCENT CF TOTAL 



FINAL 






ADM 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


8,983 








9.563.968 


962.472 




1,900,496 


208,603 




254.491 


54.462 




391.171 


490.332 




17.184 


121,375 




2,395 


386 




12,129,706 


1,837,631 




58.4 


8.8 



PERCE'<T 
TOTAL STATE FEDERAL LOCAL TOTAL OF TOTAL 



,776,767 

759,110 

837,034 

.345,835 

45.115 

41,164 

,805,024 

32.8 



14 


,303,207 


1064 


.67 


107 


14 


4 20 


43 


1,592 


24 


68 


9 


2 


,868,209 


211 


57 


23 


.22 


«<• 


51 


319 


30 


13 


8 


1 


,145,987 


28 


33 


6 


06 


93 


18 


127 


57 


5 


5 


2 


,227,338 


43 


55 


54 


58 


149 


82 


247 


95 


10 


7 




183,674 


1 


91 


13 


51 


5 


02 


20 


44 




9 




43,946 




27 




04 


4. 


58 


4. 


89 




2 


20 


772,351 

100.0 


1350 


30 


204 


55 


757 


54 


2,3J2 


39 


100. 






11-121 



HALIFAX 

James A. Clarke, Supt. 
Hwy. 301 S., P. 0. Box 468 
Halifax, N. C. 27839 

14 Elementary Schools 
2 Secondary Schools 
1 Combined Schools 

3rd Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1982-83 




FINAL 


K 


ENROLL 


513 


AOf 


504 


ADA 


476 


MLD 


507 


PROM 


506 


N-P 


1 


198?- 84 




FIRST MO 


K 



536 503 585 493 53J 



656 47J 



76 



33 



ADA 



34 151 



10 



60 



11 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



513 571 537 569 569 546 508 611 520 590 765 514 443 

556 524 558 578 534 502 588 503 553 687 494 431 

!27 5C1 538 555 515 480 542 460 500 604 447 

507 558 517 558 561 

;2C 488 523 564 

38 29 35 17 



529 497 509 460 504 505 418 398 



431 


65 


37 


7114 


369 


59 


33 


6626 


427 


66 


37 


7040 


398 


66 


36 


6523 


29 




1 


517 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



ENROLL 507 545 542 530 531 568 535 565 533 536 681 521 450 
AQf 499 540 536 524 527 562 531 560 527 521 S49 50 1 443 

483 521 521 511 513 546 511 52 5 495 465 574 449 403 



61 


22 


7 127 


59 


22 


7001 


54 


20 


6588 



1982-63 Higli School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1962 Summer School Graduates) 



AMERICAN BLACK 
I NO IAN 



TOTAL AMERICAN BLACK WHITE OTHER' 

INOI AN 



PU3Li: SR. INST NC 

PunLi: SR. CUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OOTSTATE 



CCM>< COLL, TECH NC 

C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TDTAL 

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TCTAL 

T^i.lE, BUSINESS NC 
TRtOE, BUSI OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

MILITARY 

EMPLOYMENT 

CT-<ER5 •• 

GRAND TOTAL »•• 



5.^ 
0.7 
6.0 



• INCLUDES HISPANICS, ALASKAN NATIVES, AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
♦•INCLUDES INFORMATION NOT AVAILABLE, MARRIED, ETC. 



11-122 



Halifax 

4960-64 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-tline personnel only) 

ACTIVtTY aSStGNKENT SCUBCE CF FtNCS SEX RACE /ETHNI C CRIOIN 

CLASSIFICATICN STATE FECERAL ICCAL VCCAT TOTAL MALE FEMALE t,t-ITE BLACK OThE 



OFFICIAL. ACfS-.^CRS. 5 12 8 

PRINCIPALS 17 IT 

ASST PRINC, TEACHING 

ASST PRINC, NCNTEACHING 

ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 21C 48 258 38 220 6<i l?2 2 



5 


I 


17 




5 




21C 


48 


58 




S 


3 


8 


1 


12 


2 


2 


3 



<, 


1 


1 


38 


220 


64 


41 


55 


32 


6 


6 


2 




9 


2 



SECONDARY TEACHERS 58 1 37 96 41 55 32 63 I 

CTHFR TEACt-ERS 

GUIDANCE 

PSYCHOLCGICAL 

LIBRARIAN. ALniCVISUAL 

CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 

OTHER PROFESSICNAL 1 111 

TEACHER AICES £7 50 137 2 135 20 111 

TECHNICIANS 2 2 1111 

CLERICAL, SECRETARIAL 24 2 8 I 35 35 13 21 

SERVICE WORKERS 99 . 99 6 93 20 79 

SKILLED CRAFTS H 17 28 28 ' 17 It 

LABORERS, UNSKILLED 32 10 42 19 23 42 



TCTAL 



771 173 598 190 569 



» VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID < FPPOX INA TELY 62.18PCT FROM STATE, 
25.64PCT FRCt" LOCAL, AND 12.18PCT FRCI" FEDERAL FUNDS. 

1962-63 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 

• *•*•»*••• PER PUPIL E<PENDITUR£ •«••«•••( 
STATE FEDERAL 



222.51 69.61 

9.51 9.89 

98.67 103.93 

1.95 2.11 

.43 12.72 







AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE 








LEA 


FWAL 

ADC 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 




TOTAL 


HALIFAX COUNTY 


7,114 












SALARIES 




7,931,749 


2,238.771 


1,123,386 


11 


.293.906 


EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 




1.582,915 


495,196 


24 3.599 


2 


.321,709 


PURCHASED SERVICES 




67,635 


70,382 


441.032 




579,049 


SUPPLIES L MATERIALS 




701,915 


739,339 


450.053 


I 


,891,307 


CAPITAL OUTLAY 




13,873 


15,006 


2.860 




31,738 


OTHER C6JECTS 




3,090 


90.495 


74.109 




16?, 694 


TOTAL 




10.301.176 


3,649,188 


2.335,039 


16 


285,403 


PERCENT CF lOIAl 




63.3 


22.4 


14.3 




100.0 







PERCtMT 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


Cf TOTAL 


57.91 


1,587.56 


69.3 


34.2* 


326.36 


14.3 


61.99 


ei.J9 


3.4 


63.26 


265.86 


11.6 


.40 


4.46 


.2 


10.42 


23.5 7 


1.3 


Z?.22 


2,289.20 


100.0 



11-123 



Roanoke Rapids 

Dr. Robert Clary, Supt. 
536 Hamilton Street 
Roanoke Rapids, N. C. 27870 

4 Elementary Schools 
1 Secondary School 

3rd Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



l<;82-83 


































FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TKH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


ENRCLL 


180 


18S 


U5 


206 


2C6 


213 


221 


232 


2 27 


220 


225 


168 


2C3 


18 




2673 


ACW 


177 


183 


16C 


201 


1S9 


212 


218 


227 


217 


209 


217 


158 


194 


16 




258S 


ADA 


169 


176 


155 


194 


ISC 


2C3 


208 


216 


2 05 


199 


2 06 


151 


lei 


12 




2465 


MLO 


182 


178 


itc 


202 


199 


212 


225 


226 


214 


202 


214 


153 


167 


15 




2569 


PRCM 


165 


16S 


148 


193 


197 


2C1 


216 


209 


2 07 


202 


214 


153 


173 


15 




2462 


N-P 


17 


? 


12 


9 


2 


11 


9 


17 


7 








14 






107 


1983-84 


































FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


ENROLL 


192 


189 


200 


159 


203 


212 


220 


234 


209 


216 


2 05 


211 


173 


15 




2638 


Aoy 


192 


186 


199 


157 


202 


210 


218 


234 


208 


214 


203 


211 


170 


15 




2619 


ADA 


185 


179 


195 


154 


198 


204 


213 


227 


2 02 


208 


193 


20 3 


163 


13 




2537 



1962-63 High School Gfoduote Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer School Graduates) 



i'^C'! IC4N 
INDIAN 



TOTAL AMERICAN BLAC< 
I NO I A N 



TOTAL 
TOTAL W'f.CP PCi'Cf 



P^UATL SK. INST NC 
PS IViTE SR . 0UTST4TE 
TuTAL 

Cf'jv ;OLL, TECH KC 

C.r. TJCH CUT-SfAT£ 



0.0 
23.3 



PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TLTAL 

TRADE, BUSINESS NC 
TRADE, BUSI OUTSTATE 
TCTAL 

MIL ITARY 

E-PLOTME-JT 

OTmERS »• 

5K1N0 TOTAL *»* 



» I\CLU3ES HISPANICS, ALASKAN NATIVES, AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 

••INCLUDES INFCRMATICN NOT AVAILABLE, MARRIED, ETC. 



11-124 



Roanoke Rapids 



i 963-84 Public School Personnel Summory 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT 



StURCE C^ FUNCS 



R4CE/ETHNIC CRIfilN 



CLASSIFICATION 



STATE fECEPAl ICCAL VCCAT 



FffALE WUTE 



CFFICIAl,ACfS.,»'GRS. 

PRINCIPALS 
ASST PRINC, TEACHING 
ASST PRINC.NQNTEACHING 
ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 
SECONDARY TEACHERS 
CTHER TEACHERS 
CUIOANCE 
PSYCHOLOGICAL 
LIBRARIAN.ALOICVISUAL 
CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 
CTHER PROFESSICNAL 
TEACHER AICES 
TECHNICIANS 
CLERICAL. SECRETARIAL 
SERVICE WCRKERS 
SKILLED CPAFTS 
LABORERSfUNSKILLEO 
TOTAL 



55 




9 




22 








23 


7 


10 


18 


1 


1 


2 


1 



6 


5fl 


62 


10 


12 


22 


21 


37 


55 



19 
45 



* VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAIC «f PROX IKATE LY 62.13PCT FRC'1 STATE. 
25.64PCT FROH LOCAL, ANC 12.I8PCT FRCH FEDERAL FLNOS. 

1 962-60 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 







AMOUNTS EXPENDED 


BY SOURCE 








• ♦* PER 


PIFIL EKPENDITURE 






FINAL 


















P^kC^ST 


LEA 


ADK 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


CF TOTAL 


ROANOUE RAPIOS CI 


2,5E8 




















SALARIES 




2.738,523 


279,668 


743,806 


3,761.998 


1058.16 


108.06 


287. *1 


1,*53.63 


71.5 


EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 




5*9,688 


51,873 


155,162 


756,723 


212.40 


20.0* 


59.95 


292,39 


1*.* 


PURCHASED SERVICES 




59,815 


23,732 


161,533 


2*5, U80 


23.11 


9.17 


6Z.t>2 


9*. 70 


4.7 


SUPPl lES t MATERIALS 




10*. 755 


63,669 


22*, 931 


393,354 


40.48 


2*. 60 


86.91 


151.99 


7.5 


CAPITAL OUTLAY 




<,.95* 


18,553 


26,295 


49,802 


1.91 


7.17 


10.16 


19.2* 


.9 


OTHER OBJECTS 




891 


7,078 


43,055 


51,025 


.3* 


2.7* 


16.6* 


19.72 


l.O 


TOTAL 




3i458,62T 


♦**,573 


1,354,782 


5,257,982 


1336. *0 


171.78 


523-*9 


2,031.67 


100.0 


PERCENT OF TOTAL 




65.7 


8-5 


25.8 


100.0 













11-125 



Weldon 

Dr. M. L. Fisher, Jr., Supt, 
120 Coward St., Box 31 
Weldon, N. C. 27890 

2 Elementary Schools 
1 Secondary School 

3rd Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1S82-83 


































FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


A 


c 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TKH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


ENROLL 


105 


96 


1C8 


131 


1C3 


113 


131 


119 


125 


152 


119 


96 


115 


4 




1519 


ACM 


95 


96 


1C6 


12^ 


S5 


110 


128 


115 


120 


140 


114 


94 


112 


6 




1460 


ADA 


89 


92 


102 


12« 


<;2 


1C6 


123 


109 


113 


126 


106 


88 


1C2 


5 




13 77 


HLC 


96 


96 


1C9 


13C 


%'> 


109 


126 


113 


119 


137 


114 


93 


1C7 


7 




1450 


PROM 


9A 


82 


1C6 


12 5 


il 


1C2 


119 


110 


1C8 


110 


101 


91 


S7 


7 




t3A0 


N-P 


2 


13 


3 


5 


7 


7 


7 


3 


11 


27 


13 


2 


10 






110 


1983-84 


































FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


?.l 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


ENROLL 


88 


105 


81 


105 


128 


89 


103 


123 


114 


135 


109 


96 


98 


7 




13 81 


ADV 


87 


10 3 


80 


105 


125 


89 


103 


121 


111 


131 


107 


95 


94 


7 




1358 


ADA 


85 


100 


79 


100 


123 


87 


101 


117 


106 


125 


103 


92 


91 


7 




1316 



1962-63 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer School Graduates) 



AME«IC*N 
I NDIAN 



TOTAL AMERICAN BLACIC 
INDIAN 



PJSLIC S". INST NC 

f 1 i: SI'. OUT-STATE 
TJTAL 

PRI VATE SR. INST NC 
PKIVATE SR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

COM« COLL, TECH NC 
C. C. TECH OUT-STATE 



PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TCAL 

trade, business nc 
t^jse, busi outstate 
t:;tal 

military 

employment 

OTHERS •• 

GRAND TOTAL •** 



NU'IBER 


PERCE'lT 







1? 


1 '.? 


2 


2.2 


14 


IS.'. 


1 
2 


l.I 

2.2 


3<) 


42.9 





0.0 


39 


42.9 


7 


7. 7 





O.T 


7 


7.7 


3 


3.3 


"« 


4.4 


19 


2 0. 9 


2 


2.2 



* INCLUDES HISPANICS, ALASKAN NATIVES, AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 

• •INCLUDES INFORMATION NOT AVAILABLE, MARRIED, ETC. 



11-126 



Wei don 



i 900-64 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-tifne personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT 



CLASSIFICATICK 



SCURCE CF FUNCS 



PACE/ETHNIC CRIGIN 



STATE FECERAL ICCAL VCCAT TOTAL 



FE"ALE V.HTE BLACK OTHER 



CFFICIAL,ACfS.,fCftS. 




1 


PRINCIPALS 






ASST PRINC, TEACHING 






ASST PRINC, NONTEACHING 






ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 


41 




SECONDARY TEACHERS 


11 




CTHER TEACHERS 


12 


2 


CUIOANCE 






PSYCHCLCGICAL 






LIBRARIAN, ALOICVISUAL 






CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 






CTHER PRCFE5SICNAL 






TEACHER AIDES 


17 


4 


TECHNICIANS 






CLERICAL, SECRETARIAL 




1 


SERVICE WCRKERS 


IC 


16 


SKILLED CRAFTS 






LABaRERS.LNSKILlED 






TOTAL 


111 


?* 



ib 



• VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID « FPPOX IMA TELY 62.18PCT FROM STATE, 
25.6'.PCT FRCf LOCAL, AND 12.18PCT FRCM FEDERAL FCNDS. 



1962-63 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



LEA 
MELOON CITY 
SALARIES 

tUPLOYEt BENEFITS 
PURCHASED SERVICES 
SUPPLIES C MATERIALS 
CAPITAL OUTLAY 
OTHER OBJECTS 
TOTAL 
PERCENT OF TOTAL 



FINAL 

AOK 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE 



FEDERAL 



1.676,579 

332, S6T 

54,990 

66,132 

775 

12 

2.131,056 

65.2 



3*4, 716 
78.637 
17,722 

153,714 
10,852 
24,681 

630,324 
19.3 



211,803 

48.224 

154.627 

70,847 

966 

21.658 

508,126 

15.5 



»*•••••*•• PW PUPIL EXPENDITURE 



PERCENT 
TOTAL STATE FEDERAL LOCAL TOTAL CF TCTAL 



2.233.101 1148.34 236.11 145.07 l,52'J.52 

45<>,428 227.79 53.86 33.03 314.68 

37.66 12.14 105.91 

45.30 105.28 48.53 



227,339 

290,692 

12,593 

46,352 



.53 



.66 



155.71 

199.11 
8.62 
31.74 



.01 16.90 14.83 

3.269,505 1459.63 431.7? 348.03 2,239.3 
100.0 



68.3 
14.0 
7.0 
8.9 
.>, 
1.4 
100.0 



11-127 



HARNETT 

R. A. Gray, Supt. 
700 Main Street 
Lillington, N. C. 27546 

16 Elementary Schools 
3 Secondary Schools 
2 Combined Schools 

4th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1982-83 

FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOT At 


ENROLL 


932 


923 


939 


937 


919 


927 


966 


954 


9 20 


9B2 


912 


813 


832 


42 


89 


12087 


ACK 


888 


€84 


894 


898 


eE8 


894 


938 


927 


893 


926 


853 


777 


798 


41 


95 


11594 


ADA 


831 


638 


8?4 


862 


ee4 


856 


899 


882 


843 


858 


788 


72 1 


736 


39 


84 


10945 


MLD 


883 


887 


8f7 


89C 


691 


891 


931 


927 


8 87 


901 


823 


751 


781 


41 


1C2 


11473 


PROM 


839 


82C 


859 


86 7 


et6 


877 


916 


881 


874 


797 


758 


724 


742 


22 


99 


50*561 
512 


N-P 


44 


67 


28 


23 


25 


14 


15 


46 


13 


104 


65 


27 


19 


19 


3 


1983-84 


































FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


THH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


ENROLL 


894 


920 


873 


890 


910 


894 


892 


974 


897 


1003 


860 


787 


748 


41 


104 


11687 
11611 


ADM 


882 


914 


868 


887 


907 


891 


888 


971 


893 


989 


8 53 


778 


743 


42 


105 


ADA 


84 5 


887 


845 


866 


8 84 


869 


860 


937 


855 


939 


807 


734 


705 


40 


94 


I 1 167 



1 962-63 High School Gfoduote Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer School Graduates) 



AMERICAN BLACK 
I K> I AN 



TOTAL AMERICAN 
INDI AN 



Pj3l;C Sh. INST NC 

p i9l:: sr. gut-statf 

I.TAL 

PKIVATE SR. INST MC 
PrdVATE SR. CUTSTATE 
TJTiL 

CC«M CPLL, Tec>" NC 

C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TCT4L 

PPIVATE JK. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. 0UT5TATE 
TOTAL 

TRAPE, BUSINESS NC 
TRADE, BUSI OUTSTATC 
TOTAL 

MI IITARY 

E>1PL0VMENT 

OTHERS •• 

0^AN3 TOTAL ••• 



100 



100 



NU''!lER 


Prcrc-.T 







I'. 2 

3 

I-i? 


1°.6 

0.- 
19.0 


46 
2 


6.0 
0.3 


'.e 


6. 3 


iq<i 




25.5 

0.0 


is-. 


25.5 


10 
2 


•.. 3 

0.3 


12 


1.6 


5 

<> 
9 


0.7 

0.5 

. 1.2 


62 


S. I 


232 


30. ft 


60 


7. -> 


76 2 


100.0 



INCLUDES HISPAMCS. ALASKAN MTIVES. AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
►INCLUDES INFCRMATION NOT AVAILABLE, MARRIED, ETC. 



11-128 



Harnett 

i 963-64 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Pull-tlnie personnel only) 



ACTIVITY «SSIGNfENT SCURCE Cf FUNCS SEX P*CE/ETHNIC CRTCIN 

CLASSIFICATICN STATE FECERAl ICCAt VCCAT TOTAL MALE FEMALE WMTE BLACK OTHER 



CFFlClAL.ACMS.tMGRS. 


e 


2 


3 


PRINCIPALS 


21 






ASST PRINC, TEACHING 


t 






ASST PRINC. NONTEACHING 


t, 






ELE"<ENTARY TEACHERS 


2S5 


5 


2 


SECONDARY TEACHERS 


lie 


12 


2 


CTHER TEACHERS 


53 


23 


2 


GUIDANCE 


11 


2 




PSYCHOLOGICAL 


1 


!■ 




LIBRARIAN, AUDIOVISUAL 


17 






CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 


3 


2 


1 


CTHER PRCFESSICNAL 


4 


1 


3 


TEACHER AIDES 


151 


7 


3 


lECHNICIASS 






1 


CLERICAL, SECRETARIAL 


27 


1 


23 


SERVICE WCRKFRS 


H', 


5 


2', 


SKILLED CRAFTS 


f 




24 


LABORERS, U^SKILLEO 






2 


rCTAL 


871 


61 


SO 



1 

302 20 282 229 68 5 

173 82 91 133 30 10 

17 
15 

2 112 

17 17 16 I 

6 6 5 1 



9 


5 


13 


18 


3 


15 


A 


2 


3 


2 


2 


3 


20 


282 


229 


82 


91 


133 


13 


65 


61 


1 


1* 


10 



51 


2 


1>3 


*6 


32 


32 


2 


2 


066 


240 



2 

261 



* ^^''^V^^*'- ^f*<^"ERS« SALARIES ARE PAIC AFPPO X IMATELY 62.18PCT FROM STATE, 
25.64PCT FRO* LOCAL, ANC 12.18PCT FRCM FfCERAL FLNCS. 



1962-63 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 

AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE «»•••••••• pg^ PUPIL E«PENDITURE 



,-. FINAL PERCENT 

*"" CT.,-^ , TOTAL STATE FEDERAL LOCAL TOTAL OF TOTAL 



FINAL 












AON 




STATE 


FEDERAL 




LOCAL 


t,S94 














11 


.926.173 


1,402,695 


1 


,802,704 




2 


375,678 


312,692 




385,460 






323,297 


36,659 




445, 796 






645,694 


694,7 37 


1 


.420,918 






11,965 


22,346 




26.166 






13,403 


48,276 




127.485 




15 


296,209 


2,517,406 


4 


208.529 






69.5 


11.4 




19.1 



HARNETT COUNIV 
SALARIES 

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 
PURCHASED SERVICES 

SUPPLIES t MATERIALS 645,694 694.737 1.420.918 2.761.349 55.69 59.92 122.56 238.17 IT. 5 

CAPITAL OUTLAY 
DIHER OBJECTS 
TOTAL 
PERCENT OF TOTAL 



15.131,572 1028.65 120.98 155.49 1.305.12 68.7 

3.073,830 204.91 26.97 33.25 265.13 13.9 

805.753 27.88 3.16 38.45 69.49 3.7 



60,477 1.03 1.93 2.26 5.22 .3 

189,164 1.16 4.16 11.00 16.32 -9 

22.022.144 1319.32 217.12 363.01 1.899.45 100. 



100.0 



11-129 



HAYWOOD 

Charles McConnell, Supt. 
1615 North Main Street 
Waynesville, N. C. 28786 

11 Elementary Schools 

2 Secondary Schools 

3 Combined Schools 

8th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



l<;82-83 


































FIN/iL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


ENROLL 


501 


57"; 


6C4 


60 7 


654 


616 


706 


732 


743 


837 


753 


60 3 


634 


15 


162 


8746 


ADM 


479 


?57 


575 


576 


€29 


6C6 


679 


706 


7 22 


787 


7 20 


576 


61C 


15 


169 


84 16 


ADA 


441 


52t 


545 


55C 


612 


581 


650 


665 


6 70 


733 


677 


541 


57C 


14 


156 


7931 


MLC 


477 


552 


566 


580 


647 


ec5 


683 


701 


7 18 


772 


705 


560 


6CC 


15 


173 


8356 


PROM 


470 


512 


547 


572 


64C 


6C4 


681 


677 


690 


653 


693 


542 


5S3 


15 


148 


6037 


N-P 


7 


40 


21 


e 


7 


1 


2 


24 


28 


119 


12 


18 


7 




25 


319 


1983-84 


































FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


U 


12 


TKH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


ENROLL 


509 


53 6 


547 


565 


590 


657 


622 


721 


712 


761 


743 


670 


571 


17 


138 


8356 


AOy 


502 


531 


544 


564 


586 


655 


6 20 


719 


707 


75 3 


736 


66 8 


565 


17 


137 


8 304 


ADA 


481 


50 8 


528 


546 


571 


635 


603 


697 


679 


719 


7 07 


63 5 


536 


15 


131 


7991 



^962-63 High Scliool Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer School Graduates) 



TOTAL AMERICAN PLACiC 
INDIAN 



r OTAL 
TOTAL NUMBER PEBC^NT 



P-JIVA^E SF. INST NC 
0SIV4TE SR. OUTSTATE 
T2"iL 

CC'^ COLL, TECH NC 

C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 



PRIVATE JR. CCLL NC 
Pi^IVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TJTAL 

T^ADE, BUSINESS 'X 
T^AOE, BUSI OUTSTATE 
TrT.;L 

MIL ITARY 

Ef^PLCTHENT 



no 





no 











110 





no 



lb 


?.9 


6 


1.3 


24 


3 ."" 


Z?5 


3'.. e 





0. 


2?5 


34.° 


7 


1.1 


1 


0.2 


8 


1.3 


b 


0.» 





0.0 


•j 


O.P 



AND TOTAL ••» 



INCLUDES HISPANICS, ALASKAN NATIVES. AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
►INCLUDES INFfRMATICN NOT AVAILABLE, MARRIED, ETC. 



11-130 



Ha qwood 



^963-64 Public School Personnel Summory 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT 



SCURCE CF FLNCS 



BACE/ETHNIC CRIGIN 



CLASSIFICATICN 



STATE FEDERAL ItCAL VCCAT TOTAL HALF FEPALE ViUTE BL-1CK OTHER 



CFFICIAL.ACf'S.,>'GRS. 


5 




3 


PRINCIPALS 


16 






ASST PRINC.TEACHING 








ASST PRINCNCNIEACHING 


11 






ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 


1^5 




6 


SECONDARY TEACHERS 


111 


2 


17 


CTHER TEACHERS 


61 


19 


21 


GUIDANCE 


IC 






PSYCHOLOGICAL 








L I flRAR I AN, AUDIOVISUAL 


16 




5 


CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 


3 




1 


OTHER PRCFESSICNAL 


11 




1 


TEACHER AIDES 


SO 


23 


10 


TECHNICtAKS 






5 


CLERICAL, SECRETARIAL 


22 


I 


26 


SERVICE WORKERS 


51 


' 


82 


SKILLED CRAFTS 


8 




20 


LABORERS, UNSKILLED 








TOTAL 


56C 


>,<) 


1S7 



9 


5 


16 


16 


11 


7 


151 


fl 


130 


52 


l<.l 


50 


11 


6 



« 


11 




A3 


1<.9 


2 


78 


129 


1 


91 


Kl 





13 
126 



131 
28 



♦ VOCATICNAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID A f PRCX 1I«A TEL Y 62.18PCT FROM STATE, 
25.6APCT FRCf LOCAL, AND IJ.lfiPCT FRCf FEDERAL FLNCS. 



1962-63 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 







AMOUNTS EXPENDED 


BY SOURCE 








FINAL 












ADM 


STATE 


FEDERAL 




LOCAL 


HAYWOOD COUNTY 


8,*16 










SALARIES 




8.901,841 


896.1*8 


2 


,289.058 


EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 




1.779,130 


193,766 




*80.353 


PURCHASED SERVICES 




296,78* 


25,491 




535. *96 


SUPPLIES t MATERIALS 




385,652 


262,72* 


1 


125.081 


CAPITAL OUTLAY 




18.120 


35 , 1 39 




66.*30 


OTHER OBJECTS 




2.362 


988 




51.982 


TOTAL 




11.383,889 I 


,*l*,257 


* 


5*8,399 


PERCENT OF TOTAL 




65.6 


8-2 




26.2 



• *•**•••** PER PUPIL £<PENDITURE 
TOTAL STATE FEDERAL LOCAL TOTAL 

12,087,0*7 1057.73 106. *8 271.99 l,*36.20 



23.02 57.09 291,50 

3.03 63.63 101.92 

31.22 133.68 210.72 

*.18 7.89 1*.22 

.12 6.18 6.58 

17,3*6,5*6 1352.6* 168.05 5*0. *5 2.061.1* 
100.0 



2.*53.250 211. *0 

857.771 35.26 

1.773,*57 *5.82 

119.589 2.15 

55,332 .28 



PERCtNT 

OF ralAL 



69.7 
1*.2 
*.9 

ic; 



11-131 



HENDERSON 

Glenn C. Marlow, Supt. 
125 E. Allen St., Box 1700 
Hendersonville, N. C. 28739 

10 Elementary Schools 

2 Secondary Schools 

3 Combined Schools 

8th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1982-83 




























fin;)l 


K 


1 


2 


3 


1 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


ENROLL 


605 


664 


669 


64 8 


tl2 


718 


768 


763 


797 


732 


694 


661 


569 


AOM 


562 


61S 


627 


61 C 


653 


675 


728 


733 


7 64 


68 7 


642 


624 


5^4 


AOA 


518 


582 


5S5 


578 


617 


641 


691 


682 


705 


632 


596 


584 


blf 


MLD 


557 


616 


628 


60S 


646 


670 


726 


728 


757 


669 


613 


609 


5iC 


PRCM 


546 


561 


606 


591 


641 


665 


722 


696 


727 


641 


5 50 


576 


524 


N-P 


11 


55 


22 


18 


5 


5 


4 


32 


30 


28 


63 


33 


26 


1982-84 




























FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


ENROLL 


579 


655 


622 


664 


6 28 


687 


703 


781 


748 


767 


742 


574 


614 


AOK 


570 


641 


614 


654 


620 


680 


696 


775 


743 


760 


731 


565 


610 


ADA 


548 


621 


59 8 


633 


6 02 


657 


671 


744 


709 


72 3 


692 


542 


579 



TMH EXCP TOTAL 



31 


9001 


30 


8508 


26 


7964 


31 


8409 


31 


8077 




332 



TMH EXCP TOTAL 

30 8 794 

30 8689 

2 8 8 347 



1962-60 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer School Graduatee) 



AMER IC/N 
I NOIA\' 



PTLII SR. INST NC 
P ^"l i: SK. nUT-STATF 
IJ I A L 


C 


C 







PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
P'^IVATE 5H. CUTSTATE 
TCTAL 


C 









CC""! COLL, TECH NC 
C.C. TECH CUT-STATE 
ICIAL 


c 

C 




I 



1 


PRIVATE JR. CCLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TCTAL 


c 
c 
c 







TRADE, BUSINESS NC 
TUD;, BUS! OUTSTATE 
T'. -iL 




c 
c 








VI L! TARY 


c 





EVOLOVMENT 


c 





OTHERS •• 


c 


I 


G^AND TCTAL »•• 





2 


— -• -_«•« 




— . — .-—..- 



TOTAL AMERICAN BLACK 
INDIAN 



TOTAL 
NU'nttP ptf'CF'IT 



12 

8 
20 


1.5 


1?<5 

2 

PI 


0.'. 


10 

7 

17 


1.9 
1.3 
3.2 


12 

2 

I* 


2. 3 

0. <. 

- 2.fc 


-", 


6.'. 


159 


3 0. 1 


37 


7.0 



INCLUDES HISPANICS, ALASKAN NATIVES. AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
"INCLUDES INFORMATION NCT AVAILABLE, HARRIED, ETC. 



11-132 



Henderson 

1963-64 Public School Personnel Summery 

(Full-time personnel only) 

ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT SCURCE CF FUNCS SEX BACE/ETHMC CR.GIN 

CLASSIEICATICK STATE FEOERAl ICCAL VCCAI TOTAL MALE FE-ALE hUTE 81 SCK OTHER 



CFFICIAL,ACfS.,PGRS. 


2 




1 




3 


3 




3 


PRINCIPALS 


15 








15 


l-V 


1 


15 


ASST PBINC, TEACHING 


















ASST PRINCNCNTEACHING 


6 








6 


5 


I 


6 


ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 


zcq 




u 




223 


19 


20<. 


222 


SECONDARY TEACHERS 


£7 




e 




95 


<.9 


<;& 


92 


OTHER TEACHERS 


At 


27 


12 


32 


117 


28 


89 


116 


GUIDANCE 


t 




A 


3 


13 


5 


8 


13 


PSYCHOLCCICAL 


I 




1 




2 


1 


1 


2 


LIBRARIAN, ALOICVISUAL 


13 








1) 




13 


13 


CONSULTANT, SUPERVI SCR 


t 


1 


3 


1 


11 


<. 


7 


11 


OTHER PROFESSICNAL 


1 




1 




2 


2 




2 


TEACHER AICES 


1C2 


11 


16 




129 




129 


127 


TECHNICIANS 


















CLERICAL. SECRETARIAL 


27 


1 


5 




33 




73 


33 


SERVICE HCRKERS 


lt> 




77 




111 


18 


93 


111 


SKILLED CRAFTS 


5 




1, 




9 


9 




9 


LABORERS, UNSKILLED 


2 




11 




13 


13 




13 


TCTAL 


5«2 


«0 


157 


36 


795 


170 


625 


788 



* 7s'^^Ior'J*Lr^"^!''^' SALARIES ARE PAIC A FF3Cx'i^ATELY"62'iBPC T FRO-"sTATeT " 

25.6APCT FRCM LOCAL, ANO 12.18PCT FRCM FECERAL FLNDS. 

1982-80 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE ••••**•••• per PUPIL E<PENOITURE •••••»•• 

FINAL 
*°*' STATE FEDERAL LOCAL TOTAL STATE FEOERAL LOCAL 



LEA 

HENJERSON COUNTY 8,5C8 

SALARIES . .,, ,„„ 

a,3r2,I88 770,735 1,962,789 11,305,712 1007.5* 90.59 230.70 1,328.83 

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 1 ,„, <w.„ 

x,ruj.<M9 159,903 392,0*2 2.255,89* 200.28 18.79 *4. 08 

PURCHASED SERVICES ,„ n^ , 

i:>1,0b\. *2,**1 309,382 510,885 18.70 *.99 35.36 

SUPPLIES t MATERIALS .;.;« c.:, 

550,557 235,216 1,07*, 820 1,860,593 6*. 71 27.65 126.33 

CAPITAL OUTLAY 

OlMtR OBJECTS 

TOTAL 



PERCENT OF TOTAL ^^ -j 



13,385 60,01* 76,119 1*9,517 1.57 7.05 8.95 

^''*^^ 27,290 136, *16 165,683 .23 3.21 16.03 

11.001,117 1,295,599 3,951,568 16,2*8,28* 1293.03 152.28 *6*.*5 1,909.76 





PERCcNT 


TOTAL 


OF TOTAL 


328.83 


69.6 


265.15 


13.9 


60.05 


3.1 


218.59 


u.; 


17.57 


.9 


19. *7 


1.0 


909.76 


100.0 



8.0 2*. 3 100. 



11-133 



Hendersonville 

Billy G. Bates, Supt. 

414 4th Avenue W. , Box 340 

Hendersonville, N. C. 28739 

3 Elementary Schools 
1 Secondary School 

8th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1982-83 


































FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


T»^H 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


ENROLL 


97 


120 


125 


117 


131 


98 


124 


145 


126 


136 


161 


152 


122 


33 




1687 


4Df 


93 


112 


114 


112 


126 


<;3 


119 


139 


119 


131 


152 


142 


117 


30 




1599 


AC4 


87 


106 


ice 


107 


120 


89 


114 


130 


111 


124 


141 


132 


1C8 


28 




1505 


MLC 


9*^ 


112 


ic; 


lie 


124 


S3 


116 


137 


118 


130 


146 


140 


115 


30 




1574 


PRCM 


94 


107 


106 


110 


118 


92 


116 


137 


115 


115 


120 


109 


112 


30 




1481 


N-P 




5 


i 




6 


1 






3 


15 


26 


31 


3 






93 


1983-84 


































F IRST HO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


ENPOLL 


96 


93 


114 


108 


114 


120 


103 


117 


137 


136 


149 


142 


112 


31 




1572 


ADK 


93 


93 


113 


107 


112 


119 


102 


115 


133 


135 


146 


141 


111 


31 




1551 


AOA 


90 


90 


109 


104 


109 


116 


98 


110 


125 


129 


142 


136 


108 


30 







<( 962-63 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer School Gradualae) 



AMERICAN 
IM>IAN 



TOTAL AMERICAN BLACK 
INOl AN 



Pin Lie Sk. INST NC 

Pl?li: $r. cut-state 

TJT,^L 

PSilVA'S 5". INST NC 
PRIVATE 5R. 0UT5TATE 
T^TAL 

CCr" COLL. TECH NC 

C.C. TECV- CUT-STATE 
TCTiL 

Po IVATE jc. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TCTAL 

T-.iDE, BUSINESS NC 
TCAIE, BUSI OUTSTATE 
TCTtL 

MI L! I 4R* 

EMPL3VMENT 
CT^CRS •• 
G^VO TCTAL *»• 



7. t 
2. 7 

q. 7 

<5. 7 
10.6 



I . » 

:.7 

2.7 

13.3 

2.7 

100. 



INCLUDES HISPANICS, ALASKAN NATIVES. AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
•INCLUDES I^FCRMATION NOT AVAILABLE, HARRIED. ETC. 



11-134 



Hendersonville 

1963-84 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT SCUBCE CF FLNCS S?X PACC/ETHNK ORIGIN 

CLASSIFICATICK STATE FECERAL ICCAL VCCAT TOTAL fALE FEf-ALE hUTC BLACK OTHrR 



CFFICIAL. Act's. ,^CRS. 


1 




PRINCIPALS 


4 




*SST PRINC, TEACHING 






ASST PRINC.NONTEACHING 


1 




ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 


A3 


3 


SECONDARY TEACHERS 


23 


2 


CTHER TEACHERS 






GUIDANCE 


2 




FSYCHCLCGICAL 






LIBRARIAN, AUDIOVISUAL 


4 




CONSULT ANT, SUPER VISOR 


I 




OTHER PROFESSIONAL 


1 




TEACHER AIDES 


20 


4 


TECHNICIANS 






CLERICAL, SECRETARIAL 


4 




SERVICE WORKERS 


6 




SKILLED CRAFTS 






LABORERS .UN SKILL ED 






TOTAL 


110 


9 



1 


1 
63 


I 
15 


6 


37 


20 



1 1 2 
I I 

1 25 25 



• VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID < FPBCX I^A TELY 62.19PCT FROM STATE, 
25.6',PCT FROM LOCAL. AND 12.18PCT FRCI" FECERAL FUNDS. 

1962-63 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



LEA 

HENDERSONVILLE CI 
SALARIES 



AHOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE •*«*•••*•• per pupu EXPENDITURE ••••••♦« 

^''**'- PERCENT 

*'"' STATE FEDERAL LOCAL TOTAL STATE FEDERAL LOCAL TOTAL OF frTAl 



1,793, S09 208,385 800,834 2,803.128 1121.89 130.32 500.83 1,753.0* 71.9 

Yt_ BENEFITS 359,308 ♦4,872 169,892 573.872 22*. 71 28.04 lOA-12 358.89 1*-' 

^'^^^ 19.3*3 12.87* 128,030 160,2*7 12.10 8.05 80.0/ 100.22 *.l 

MATERIALS 84,859 7*, 12* 1*5,868 30*. 351 53.07 *6.36 91.22 190.65 7.9 

*'8''3 35.006 1,905 42.803 3.69 21.89 1.19 26.77 1.1 

19.255 19,256 12.0* 12-0* .5 

2,263,313 375,260 1,265,585 3,904,158 1*15. *6 23*. 68 791.47 2,**1.61 100.1 

9.6 32.* 100.0 



11-135 



CAPITAL OUTLAY 
OTHER OBJECTS 
TOTAL 
PERCENT OF TOTAL 58^0 



HERTFORD 

C. David Greene, Supt. 
Tryon Street, Box 158 
Winton, N. C. 27986 

6 Elementary Schools 
2 Secondary Schools 

1st Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1982-83 
F IN/IL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TfH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


ENROLL 


331 


3^1 


331 


369 


334 


347 


336 


343 


362 


454 


401 


309 


2£3 


18 


7 


4566 


AOM 


317 


32S 


324 


355 


322 


341 


330 


340 


3 52 


44 2 


371 


290 


277 


19 


8 


4417 


ADA 


300 


313 


313 


344 


312 


327 


317 


326 


328 


39 8 


342 


266 


256 


17 


8 


4167 


HLC 


315 


329 


323 


35t 


222 


341 


330 


338 


346 


427 


362 


280 


277 


20 


6 


'^»372 


PRCM 


311 


299 


3C8 


35C 


321 


339 


320 


330 


3 39 


259 


286 


241 


26C 




6 


3969 


N-P 


4 


3C 


i; 


e 


1 


2 


10 


8 


7 


168 


76 


39 


17 


20 




403 


1983-84 
FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


ENFOLL 


320 


354 


324 


314 


348 


325 


345 


328 


345 


49 3 


313 


315 


2 64 
257 


IT 
16 


4 
4 

4 


4409 
4341 


ADC 


314 


351 


320 


312 


347 


322 


343 


326 


340 


47 6 


305 


30 8 


4185 


ADA 


307 


344 


3X2 


305 


340 


315 


337 


318 


329 


44 2 


285 


290 


241 


16 



1982-83 High School Groduote Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer School Graduates) 



AMERICAN BLACK 

I NO lAK 



TOTAL AMERICAN BLAC< 
INDIAN 



Pc^LIC SP-. INST >.C 

P.HLIC SK. 'JUT-STATE 
TlTSL 

PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
P'rlVAIE SP.. OUTSTATE 



??.0 
1 ,7 



C-xM :OLL, TECH NC 

C.C. TECH OJT-STATE 



PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
P=:'/ATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TJIAL 

TPtDE, BUSINESS NC 
T-iOE, BLSI OUTSTATE 
T. 'AL 

MIL ITARY 

EMPLGf MENT 

OTHERS •• 

Gt INO TCTAL "•• 



PO. 3 

0.0 

?0.3 

5.0 

G. T 
5.7 

.7 



7.0 

100.0 



* INCLUDES HISPANICS. ALASKAN NATIVES, AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
••INCLUDES INFCRHATION NOT AVAILAELE. MARRIED, ETC. 



11-136 



Hertford 



1963-64 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACrrviTY ASSIGNt-EST 



CLASSIFICATICN 



SCUPCE CF FLNCS 



BACE/ETHNIC CRIGIM 



STATE FEDERAL LCCAL 



WALE FEfALE Wt-ITE 



CFFICIAL,AC*'S.,feRS- 


4 




PKINCIP4LS 


8 




ASSr PRINC. TEACHING 






ASST PPINC.NQNTEACHING 


6 




ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 


ICl 




SECONDARY TEACHERS 


37 




OTHER TEACHERS 


*C 


29 


GUIDANCE 


6 


1 


PSYCHCLCGICAL 






LIBRARIAN, ALDICVISI/AL 


7 




CONSULT ANT, SUPER VISOR 


6 


1 


CTHFR PRCFESSICNAL 


t 


2 


TEACHER AIDES 


S6 


5 


TECHMCIAKS 


1 




CLERICAL. SECRETARIAL 


1* 


2 


SERVICE WCRKERS 


73 




SKILLEC CRAFTS 


4 




LABORERS, UNSKILLED 






TOTAL 


36S 


«0 





102 




37 


2 


93 


2 


9 



« VQCATICNAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID « FPRCX IKATEL Y 62.18PCT FROM STATE. 
25.6APCT mci' LOCAL, AND 12.18PCT FRCK FEDERAL FLNCS. 



1962-63 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



LEA 
HERTFORD COUNTY 
SALARIES 

C«IPLOYE£ BENEFITS 
PURCHASED SERVICES 
SU?PL I ES t MATERIALS 
CAPI TAL ajTLAY 
OTHER CBJELTS 
TOTAL 
PERCENT CF TOTAL 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE 



FINAL 








ADH 




STATE 


FEDERAL 


♦ .*17 










* 


77*,*55 


956.138 






937,869 


206.687 






53.256 


57.52* 






378.045 


*09,595 






23.371 


*9,133 






2,1*7 


621 




6 


169,1*3 


1.679,698 






64.7 


17.6 



*••****»** p0» PLPIL EXPENDITURE 

















PEPCENI 


LOCAL 




TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


CF TCFAL 


7*1,7*9 


6 


.*72,3*2 


1080.93 


216.47 


167.93 


1.465.33 


67,9 


157.960 


1 


,302.516 


2 12.3 3 


46.79 


35.76 


294.88 


13.4 


317.857 




428,637 


12.06 


13.02 


71.96 


97.04 


*.5 


*12.*33 


1 


,200,073 


85.59 


92.73 


93.3 7 


271.69 


12.6 


23,692 




96,197 


5.29 


11.12 


5.36 


21.77 


1.0 


33,*33 




36.200 


.*9 


.1* 


7.57 


3.20 


.4 


1,687.12* 


9 


,535.965 


1396.69 


360.27 


381.95 


2,158.91 


100.0 


17.7 




100.0 













11-137 



HOKE 

Robert A. Nelson, Supt. 
310 Wooley Street 
Raeford, N. C. 28376 

6 Elementary Schools 
1 Secondary School 

4th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1982-83 
































FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


A 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH EXCP 


TOTAL 


ENROLL 


366 


42C 


415 


39 9 


4C3 


4C4 


420 


441 


341 


358 


345 


277 


262 


35 


4886 


ADM 


35A 


<ie 


4C4 


39C 


4C2 


4C1 


413 


421 


345 


337 


327 


262 


256 


33 


4761 


ADA 


331 


394 


386 


376 


267 


380 


394 


397 


3 26 


316 


301 


239 


235 


28 


449C 


MLO 


347 


<ie 


4C3 


395 


4C2 


4C2 


414 


407 


345 


328 


312 


251 


249 


31 


47C4 


PRCM 


346 


345 


376 


37 7 


2«8 


374 


385 


352 


3 29 


297 


280 


242 


237 


31 


4359 


N-P 


I 


73 


27 


18 


14 


28 


29 


55 


16 


31 


32 


9 


12 




345 


1933-84 
































FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH EXCP 


TOTAL 


ENROLL 


369 


432 


382 


403 


3 98 


417 


396 


438 


374 


360 


323 


294 


251 


25 


4862 


ADV 


362 


426 


381 


401 


399 


413 


394 


426 


371 


35 2 


323 


290 


2 49 


24 


4PU 


ADA 


348 


412 


371 


390 


392 


399 


380 


411 


358 


338 


309 


271 


2 36 


23 


4638 



1962-63 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer School Graduates) 



AMERICAN BLACK 
I NO IAN- 



TOTAL AMERICAN BLACK 
INDIAN 



TOTAL 
TO''AL N'J'IBEP. PtPCE" T 



PJSLIC 5F. INST NC 

P'"Li: SK. OUT-STATE 
H I AL 

P.'- I VAT E SS. INST NC 
PF.IVATE SR. OUTSTATE 
TCTiL 

CC>'X :CLL, TECH NC 

C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE JR. CCLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TCTAL 

TRADEi BUSINESS NC 
T'i3S, BUS! OUTSTATE 



1.2 
S. 7 



0. 
0.0 
CO 



HI LI TARY 
EMPLOVENT 
OTHERS •• 

3RA'jo total *• 



lA.B 
1'"..'' 



INCLUDES HISPANICS. ALASKAN NATIVES, AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
'INCLUDES INFCRHATION NOT AVAILABLE, MARRIED, ETC. 



11-138 



Hoke 



1 983-64 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNt'ENT 



SCURCE CF FLNCS 



RACE/ETHNIC CfclGIN 



CLASSIFICATICK 



STATE FECEPAL ICCAL VCCAT TOTAL 



FE''Ai.E hUTE 



I 


2 




1 


5 


2 


I 




I 


1 


3 


2 


9 


73 


51 


<! 


50 


18 


1 


27 


6 



CFFICIAL,AD»'S.,I'CRS. 2 2 

PRINCIPALS 7 7 

ASST PRtNC, TEACHING 1 1 

ASST PRINC.KCNTEACHING 5 5 

ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 12t 3 6 135 

SECONDARY TEACHERS i,i 5 2 19 7* 

OTHER TEACHERS 16 13 6 35 

GUIDANCE t 6 

PSYCHOLOGICAL 1 1 

LI3RARIAN, AUDIOVISUAL 8 8 

CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 1 I 

OTHER PROFESSIONAL * 3 * I 

TEACHER AICES 46 •> 

TECHNICIANS 

CLERICAL, SECRETARIAL S 2 9 1 21 

SERVICE WCRKERS is 59 77 25 

SKILLED CRSFTS 4 1 55" 

LABORERS, UNSKILLED 2 2 2 

_ '^51*'" ^^'' ^^ ^^ ^^ '^''^ ''' 
* VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAIC «FPRC X ICA TEl Y 62.18PCT FROM STATE. 
25.6'.PCT FRCK LOCAL, AND 12.18PCT FRCf FEDERAL FUNDS. 



12 
70 



1982-83 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE 



**••**•*•* PER PUPIL EXPENDITURE 



LE* 


FINAL 

ADM 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


PERCENT 
CF TOTAL 


HOKE COUNTY 


♦ .761 




















SALARIES 




♦.963,557 


9^8, 379 


529,7*2 


6,**l,b78 


10*2.55 


199.20 


111.27 


1,353.02 


69.2 


EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 




990,171 


130,572 


143.111 


1,263,85* 


207.98 


27. *3 


30.0 6 


265. *7 


13.7 


PURCHASED SERVICES 




Ml,959 


90,277 


1*9.932 


382,168 


29.82 


18.96 


31. *9 


80.27 


*.l 


SUPPL! ES t MATERIALS 




302,382 


5^1,m 


231.86* 


1,075,358 


63.51 


113.65 


*8.70 


225.86 


1 1.5 


CAPITAL OUTLAY 




3.078 


♦6,110 


9.82* 


59,011 


.65 


9.68 


2.05 


12.39 


.6 


OTHER OBJECTS 




830 


37,^29 


50.117 


88,376 


.17 


7.86 


10.53 


18.56 




TOTAL 




6««01,978 


1,793.8 78 


1,11*. 590 


9,310,**5 


13**. 68 


376.78 


23*. I I 


1,955.57 


100*0 


PERCENT OF TOTAL 




68.7 


19.3 


12.0 


100.0 













11-139 



HYDE 

D. Scott Coble, Supt. 

Box 217 

Swan Quarter, N. C. 27885 

2 Elementary Schools 
2 Combined Schools 

1st Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



i<;e?-83 






























F INflL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


A 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


ENROLL 


78 


67 


S^ 


7C 


£2 


85 


87 


110 


87 


86 


80 


86 


82 


9 


ACM 


7^ 


65 


SI 


65 


fC 


83 


85 


107 


84 


80 


79 


84 


77 


9 


ACfl 


70 


62 


it 


62 


78 


79 


81 


101 


78 


74 


74 


77 


70 


8 


MLD 


75 


6<i 


S3 


66 


eo 


84 


85 


107 


87 


80 


79 


83 


74 


9 


PROM 


75 


5S 


86 


66 


75 


81 


82 


90 


83 


74 


76 


80 


74 


9 


N-P 




5 


7 




5 


3 


3 


17 


4 


6 


3 


3 






1983-8^ 
FIRST m 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


ENROLL 


6A 


83 


68 


83 


71 


77 


87 


104 


94 


90 


70 


83 


81 


9 


AD« 


63 


82 


67 


81 


69 


75 


86 


102 


92 


83 


68 


81 


77 


9 


AD* 


60 


80 


65 


79 


68 


72 


82 


99 


87 


80 


65 


77 


73 


8 



EXCP TOTAL 

1103 
1063 
1000 
1066 
lOlC 
56 



1064 

1035 

995 



1962-60 High School Groduote Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer School Graduates) 



TOTAL AMERICAN BLACK 
INDIAN 



PJPLi: SR. INST NC 

PJBLi: SR. CUT-STATE 
•JTAL 

P:-IVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OJTSTATE 
TCTIL 

CC"'. COLL, TECh NC 

C.C. TECH CUT-STATE 
TCTAL 

P-UVATE JR. CCLL NC 
PRIVATE JC. OUTSTATE 
T^TAL 

TMOE, BUSINESS NC 
T^ADE, BUSI OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

MILITARY 

E'IPLOVME NT 

OTHERS •• 

C^A-O TCTAL •*» 



17.1 

IS. 7 



1'*.7 

0.0 

! 9,7 



13.2 
26.8 
100. 



I'KlUOES HISPANICS, ALASKAN NATIVES, AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
•I'.CLUDES INFORMATION NOT AVAILABLE, MARRIED, ETC. 



11-140 



Hyde 



19d3-64 Public School Personnel Summery 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNfiENT 



SCUPCE CF FUNCS 



PACE/ETHNIC CRIGIN 



CLASSIFICATICN 



STATE FECEHAl LCCAL VCCAT 



FEWALE hUTf 



CFFICIAL,«C»'S.,fGRS. 
PRINCIPALS 
ASST PRINC, TEACHING 
ASST PRINC, NONTEACHING 
ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 
SECONDARY TEACHERS 
CTHER TEACHERS 
GUIDANCE 
PSVCHOLCGICAL 
LIBRARIAN, AUDICVISUAL 
CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 
CTHER PROFESS ICNAL 
TEACHER AIDES 
TECHNICIANS 
CLERICAL, SECRETARIAL 
SERVICE WCRKERS 
SKILLED CRAFTS 
LABORERS, UNSKILLED 
TCTAL 



2 






29 


5 


1 


18 


1 


2 


2 






1 






1 






1 




1 


12 


7 


4 


5 


I 


5 


6 




14 



» VOCATICNAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID Af PFGX It-A TELY 62.18PCT FROM STATE, 
25.6'iPCT FRC^ LOCAL, ANC 12.1BPCT FRCf FEDERAL FLNCS. 



1962-63 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



LEA 

HYDE COUNTY 
SALARIES 

tMPLOYEE BENEFITS 
PURCHASED SERVICES 
SUPPLIES C MATERIALS 
CAPITAL OUTLAY 
OTHER OBJECTS 
TOTAL 
PERCENT CF TOTAL 





AMOUNTS EXPENDED 


BY SOURCE 


FINAL 






AO*' 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


1.063 








1.314.351 


224.1^ 




256,339 


51.860 




31.481 


19.689 




71,159 


69,464 




11,739 


57.033 




419 






1.685. 488 


422,192 




60.8 


15.2 



• «•••»•••« pw PUPIL 6<PENDITURZ 



330,130 
71.843 
78,327 

162,474 
11,144 
12,104 

666,022 
24.0 



PERCENT 
TOTAL STATE FEDERAL LOCAL TOTAL r,f TOTAL 



1.868,626 1236.45 210.86 310.56 1.757.87 

380.043 241.15 '•8.79 67.59 

129,498 29.62 18.52 73.68 

303,097 66.94 65.35 152.84 

79,916 U-04 53.65 10. 4e 

12,523 .39 11.39 

2,773,703 1585.59 397.17 626.54 2.609.30 
100.0 



7 57 


87 


67 


4 


357 


53 


1 J 


6 


121 


82 


^ 


7 


2 85 


13 


:o 


9 


75 


17 


2 


9 


11. 


78 




5 



11-141 



IREDELL 

Dr. Don Williams, Supt. 
Amity Hill Rd. , Box 709 
Statesville, N. C. 28677 

18 Elementary Schools 
3 Secondary Schools 

7th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1S82-83 
F IN/IL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


A 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


ENROLL 


763 


(97 


6te 


796 


7S5 


844 


913 


924 


758 


956 


761 


658 


613 


23 


46 


10235 


AOM 


736 


686 


664 


779 


781 


827 


888 


906 


749 


88 7 


725 


623 


6C1 


20 


44 


9918 


ACA 


695 


658 


64C 


754 


752 


796 


856 


865 


711 


813 


671 


574 


547 


19 


41 


9392 


MLO 


741 


687 


661 


786 


767 


830 


888 


908 


7 52 


841 


694 


607 


5<;3 


19 


45 


9839 


PRCM 


720 


tl5 


636 


76 2 


7fC 


627 


882 


883 


741 


683 


5 86 


573 


563 


19 


45 


9335 

504 


N-P 


21 


72 


25 


24 


7 


3 


6 


25 


U 


158 


loa 


34 


10 






1983-84 
FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


il 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


EN-IOLL 
ADM 


670 
672 


809 
80 7 


646 
640 


685 
681 


803 
794 


779 
774 


851 
845 


912 

905 


925 
9 23 


904 
88 9 


8 06 
792 


638 
62 8 


6 02 
598 


19 
18 
16 


43 
44 
41 


10092 

10007 

9670 


AD« 


650 


785 


626 


664 


775 


751 


824 


877 


890 


850 


755 


597 


5 69 



1962-60 High School Groduote Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer School Graduates) 



AME^ IC4N 
I NO IAN 



TOTAL AMERICAN 6LAC< 
INOI AN 



Public SS. INST NC 

?•!?(.;. S'- . TJT-STATF 
TOTAL 

PRIVA'C 5'?. INST »C 
»=:\'»TE 5R. OUTSTATe 
TOTAL 

CtMM ;CLL, TECH NC 

C.C. TECH C-jT-STATE 

t:tal 

p'^ivate jr. coll nc 

PftH/ATE JR. CUTSTATE 
TCTAL 

TRADE, BLSINESS NC 
T'IJDl, BL'SI OOTSTATE 
TCTAL 

.>*ILITA11Y 

E>>'PlDryENT 

CT-ERS ♦• 

GSA'O TOTAL *** 



100 



100 



Hi. 



11* 



NIJ'IBER 


TOTAL 

PE-^CE" 







H 1 


1 ^.2 





0.0 
1 ?. . 2 


?2 
12 


3. '> 

2.0 



153 


25.0 

&.0 

25.0 


7. 
B 


1.0 
0.3 
1.3 


18 
21 


2.9 

C.5 


39 


6.4 


116 


19.0 


1'.0 


2 6.1 


M2 


100.0 



INCLUDES HISPANICS, ALASKAN NATIVES, AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
'INCLUDES INFCRr^ATICN NOT AVAILABLE, fARRIEO, ETC. 



n-142 



Iredell 



1983-64 Public School Personnel Summory 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNI'ENT 



SCURCE Cr FUNDS 



R*CE/ETHNIC CRIGIN 



CLASSIf ICATICN 



STATE fECERAl ICCAL VCCAT TOTAL MALE FEMALE WUTE BLACK CTHEf 



CFFICIAl,ACKS.,PGRS. 

PRINCIPALS 

ASST PRINC, TEACHING 

ASST PRINC, \ONTEACHING 

ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 

SECONDARY TEACHERS 

CTHER TEACHERS 

GUIDANCE 

PSYCHCLCGICAL 

1 1 BR AR I AN , AUD lOV ISUAL 

CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 

CTHER PRCFESSICKAL 

TEACHER AIDES 

TECHNICIANS 

CLERICAL, SECRETARIAL 

SERVICE V.CRKERS 

SKILLED CRAFTS 

LABORERS, UNSKILLED 
TOTAL 



21 

2 

5 

252 

ICS 

30 

12 

1 

U 

2 



i 




20 


22 


1 


2« 


33 




?♦ 


IC 




13 



9 


7 


2 


9 


21 


19 


2 


20 


3 


3 




3 


5 


5 




5 


259 


27 


232 


229 


I'.Z 


64 


78 


126 


51 


5 


46 


48 


16 


4 


12 


13 


23 


I 


22 


22 


2 




2 


2 


7 




7 


T 


lis 




115 


94 


25 


3 


22 


25 


-VS 


1 


47 


47 


l67 


15 


92 


78 


23 


23 




21 



* J^^^IirT'cJ!*"^"^"^' SALARIES ARE PAIC AFPPC » IKA TELY 62.18PCT FROM STATE," 
25.64PCT FROM LOCAL, AND 12.18PCT FRCI» FEDERAL FUNGS. 



1982-d3 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



LEA 

IREOELL COUNTY 
SALARIES 

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 
PURCHASED SERVICES 
SUPPLIES t MATERIALS 
CAPI lAL OUTLAY 
OTHER OBJECTS 
TQIAL 
PERCENT OF TOTAL 



FINAL 

AOM 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE 



10,269,937 

2,053,625 

236,873 

641,142 

20,139 

2.314 

13,224,031 

72.0 



922.657 

206,908 

64,565 

535,303 

11,759 

46 

1,741,238 

9.5 



• •••••*••* PER PUPIL E<PENOITURE 

LOCAL TOTAL STATE FEDERAL LOCAL TOTAL 

1,458,635 12.651.230 1035.48 93.03 147.07 1,275.58 

304,852 7,565.385 207.06 20.86 30.74 258.66 

A37,020 738,459 23.88 6.51 44.06 74.45 

1,149.818 2.326.263 64.64 53.97 115. V3 234.54 

16,926 48,823 2.03 1.19 1.71 4.93 

24,108 26,468 .23 2.43 2.66 

3,391,359 18,356,628 1333.32 175.56 341.94 1,850.82 

18.5 100.0 



PtRCE- 
OF TOT 



68. S 
14.0 

4.0 



I 2 . V 



11-143 



Mooresville 

Dr. Samuel H. Houston, Jr., Supt. 
347 N. Main Street, Box 119 
Mooresville, N. C. 28115 

3 Elementary Schools 
1 Secondary School 
1 Combined School 

7th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1S82-83 
FINAL 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



ADM 

ADA 

MLO 

PRCH 

N-P 



153 192 168 167 175 lt7 222 211 189 230 2C8 20'* l^f 



149 
141 



13A 
13 



lee 1<5 
177 15S 



164 175 
157 \te 



163 
156 



213 202 186 218 198 191 
204 191 178 207 188 181 



171 155 147 U5 163 212 149 155 



18 



13 



13 



48 



30 



194 165 144 
19 28 38 



155 
148 



147 189 168 16C 173 163 212 197 185 213 193 182 151 



140 
11 



18 
17 
18 
18 



10 
10 
10 
10 
10 



2472 
2393 
2282 
2361 
2122 
239 



1983-84 
FIRST MO 



10 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



EN'^OLL 144 165 184 165 147 164 164 233 190 188 220 184 171 
ADM 141 163 181 165 147 162 163 231 189 186 216 183 170 
ADA 136 159 176 161 143 158 158 226 184 182 211 177 163 



17 7 2343 
17 7 2321 
16 7 2257 



1962-63 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Indudes 1982 Summer School Graduates) 



AMERICAN 
I NO IAN 



TOTAL AMERICAN BLACK 
INDIAN 



PJBLIC SP. I^ST NC 

■^.'[■LlC S<. OUT-STATE 

t:tal 

PriVA'E Si. INST NC 
PPIVATE SR. OUTSTATE 
■^CTAL 

CC^^M COLL, TECH NC 
C.C. TECH CUT-STATE 
TCTAL 

PSIVA'E JR. COLL NC 
?-lVATt JR. OUTSTATE 

t:tal 

toase, business nc 
tfa3e, 3usi outstate 

TOTAL 

Ml L! TARY 

EUPLC'MENT 

OTHERS •» 

GRAND TOTAL *** 



0.7 
I 7.2 



7.3 
0.7 



• INCLUDES HISPANICS, ALASKAN NATIVES, AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
••INCLUDES INFCRMATICN NOT AVAILABLE, MARRIED, ETC. 



11-144 



Mooresville 



i 903-64 Public School Personnel Summory 

(Full-tinw personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGhfENT 



SCURCE CF FUNCS 



PACE/ETHNIC CRIGIN 



CLASSIFICATION 



STATE FECERAl LCCAL 



CFFIC|AL,AC^'S-,^'GRS. 


3 


PRINCIPALS 


5 


ASST PRINCIFACI^ING 




ASST PRINC.NCNTEACHING 


2 


ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 


:^ 


SECONDARY TEACHERS 


n 


CTHER TEACHERS 


IS 


GUIOANCE 


2 


PSYCHOLCGICAL 


I 


LIBRARIAN, ACOiaVISUAL 


5 


CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 




CTHER PRCFESSICNAL 




TEACHER AICES 


27 


TECHNICIANS 




CLERICAL, SECRETARIAL 


6 


SERVICE HCRKERS 


10 


SKILLEd CRAFTS 




lAUORERS, UNSKILLED 




TOTAL 


158 



5 

27 



FE^-AL? KHITE 



2 

58 

37 

28 

2 

1 

5 

3 

32 

11 

37 







54 


<,5 


21 


33 


24 


27 


2 





* VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID AFPPOX I^-ATELY 62.inPCT FROM STATE, 
25.6'.PCT FROM LOCAL, AND 12.18PCT fKCf FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1962-63 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE 





FINAL 














LEA 


AON 




STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


STATE 


QORESVILLE CITY 


2,3t3 














SALARIES 




2 


563,769 


219,769 


543,794 


3,327,332 


1071.36 


EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 






514, e9« 


46,107 


113,348 


674,349 


215.17 


PURCHAS£0 SERVICES 






82,921 


5,9*0 


297,760 


386,621 


34.65 


SUPPLIES I MATERIALS 






79,736 


117.869 


204,425 


402,0 30 


33.32 


CAPITAL OUTLAY 






1,807 


12,779 


15,380 


29,965 


.76 


OTHER OBJECTS 






685 


3,881 


22,461 


27,027 


.29 


TOr«L 




3 


243,813 


406,345 


1,197,166 


4,847,324 


1355.55 


PERCENT OF TOTAL 






66.9 


8.4 


24.7 


100.0 





**•*••**•• PER PUPIL E<PENOITURE 



91.8* 227.2* 1,390.4* 

19.27 *7.37 281.81 

2.*S 124.43 161.56 

49.26 85.43 168.01 

5.34 6.43 12.53 

1.62 9.39 11.30 



68.6 

13.9 

8.0 

8.3 



11-145 



Statesville 

Dr. Ben B. Carson, Supt. 
549 N. Race Street, Box 911 
Statesville, N. C. 28677 

6 Elementary Schools 

1 Secondary School 

2 Combined Schools 

7th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1982-83 


































FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


ENROLL 


257 


267 


3CC 


282 


2(C 


3C2 


311 


293 


306 


30 3 


317 


254 


278 


10 


62 


3802 


AOM 


245 


256 


2<;6 


283 


253 


294 


308 


286 


293 


283 


302 


250 


274 


10 


59 


3694 


ADA 


232 


247 


286 


272 


245 


285 


298 


274 


2 78 


26? 


281 


233 


253 


9 


55 


3510 


MLC 


245 


257 


3C1 


285 


251 


299 


311 


286 


2 94 


282 


294 


243 


270 


9 


58 


3685 


PRCM 


163 


184 


230 


210 


1S5 


225 


253 


261 


2 84 


264 


253 


221 


2«C 


2 


57 


3062 


N-P 


82 


73 


7i 


75 


56 


74 


58 


25 


10 


18 


41 


22 


IC 


7 


1 


623 


1983-84 


































FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TWH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


ENFOLL 


239 


275 


252 


292 


282 


258 


293 


323 


271 


303 


283 


257 


2 39 


7 


35 


3 609 


AOM 


235 


270 


251 


2 89 


2 82 


254 


293 


323 


268 


29 8 


278 


257 


2 39 


7 


35 


3579 


ADA 


227 


263 


244 


285 


276 


248 


288 


313 


2 58 


290 


263 


245 


230 


7 


34 


3471 



i 962-60 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer School Graduates) 



AMERICAN 
I ND I AK' 



TOTAL AMERICAN BLACK 
INDIAN 



PUBLIC S=;. INST NC 
PJSLi: SB- 0JT-5TATE 

t:tal 

PflVATE SR. INST NC 
?!;'v'ATE SR. OUTSTATF 
TCTAL 

CCx.l COLL, TECH MC 

C.C. TECH CUT-STATF 
TCTAL 

P'lVATE JR. CCLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TCTAL 





TOTAL 


NUMBER 


PERCENT 







f.7 


?:.2 


t. 


1.6 


71 


?7.7 


23 


9.0 


1, 


1.6 


77 


10.5 


60 


21. -^ 


2 


C.P. 


62 


24.2 



TRADE, BUSINESS NC 
TKAJC, BUSI CUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

MILITARY 

EJ-PLOYMENT 

OTHERS *» 

GSA'O TOTAL **• 



V.8 
10.2 
10.2 



[■ * INCLUDES HISPANICS. ALASKAN NATIVES, ANO ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
»»!NCLU3ES INFCRMATION NOT AVAILABLE, MARRIED, ETC. 



11-146 



Statesville 

1960-64 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



3 




21 


1 


3 


1* 


6 


1 



4 


A 




3 


1 


05 


9 


96 


80 


25 


55 


22 


33 


49 


5 


35 


8 


27 


28 


7 


t. 


2 


2 


3 


1 


9 


1 


8 


8 


1 


2 




2 


2 




6 


2 


A 


5 


1 


*9 


1 


48 


32 


16 


23 




23 


17 


5 


61 


10 


51 


37 


2*. 


5 


5 




5 





ACTIVITY aSSIGSI'E.NT SCURCE CF FUNCS SEX RACE/ETHNIC CRIGIN 

CLASSIFICATICN STATE FECERAl ICCAL VCCAT TOTAL MALE FEHALE hUTE BLACK OTHER 

CFFICIAL,AC>'S..t'CRS. 4 3 7 5 2 7 

PRINCIPALS 9 9 9 7 2 

ASSr PRINC, TEACHING 

ASST PRINC, NONItACHING 1 

ELEMENTARY TEACFERS 83 

SECONDARY TEAChERS 28 

CTHER TEACHERS 18 10 

GUIDANCE 3 

PSYCHCLCGICAL 

LIBRARIAN, AUOICVISUAL 9 

CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 1 1 

CTHER PRCFESSICNAL 2 2 2 

TEACHER AIDES «4 2 3 

TECHNICIANS 

CLERICAL, SECRETARIAL 7 1 15 

SERVICE WCRKERS 8 53 

SKILLED CRAFTS 5 

LABORERS. UNSKILLED 

TOTAL 227 15 115 17 374 78 296 283 93 3 

» VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID A F PPCX IfA TELY 62.18Pr,T FROM STATE, 
25.64PCT FRO- LOCAL, ANC i;.18PCT FRCP FECERAL FUNDS. 

1962-63 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 

AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE •«»••»»»• pgR PUPIL EXPENDITURE •••••••» 

FINAL PtP.C?Nt 

LEA ADM STATE FEDERAL LOCAL TOTAL STATE FEDERAL LOCAL TOTAL OF TOTAL 

STATESVILLE CITY 3,69* 

SALARIES 3,910,000 463,327 1,334,804 5,708,131 1059.47 125.43 361.34 1,545.24 69.1 

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 744,567 90,543 303,181 1,138,291 201.56 24.51 82.07 308.14 13.8 

PURCHASED SERVICES 274,647 21,118 279,757 575,523 74.35 5.72 75.73 155.80 7.0 

SJPPLIES t MATERIALS 146,605 298,758 294,061 739,424 39.69 80.88 79.60 200.17 ».") 

CAPITAL 0U7LAY 17,720 2.365 20,085 4.80 .64 5.44 .2 

OTHER OBJECTS 95 33,231 48,010 81,336 .03 9.00 13.00 22.03 1.0 

TITAL 5.075.914 924,697 2.262,178 8.262,789 1374.10 250.34 612.38 2,236.82 100.0 

P5KCENT OF TOTAL 61.4 11.2 27.4 100.0 



11-147 



JACKSON 

Earl F. Hooper, Supt. 
Hospital Road, P. 0. Box 277 
Sylva, N. C. 28779 

3 Elementary Schools 

1 Secondary School 

2 Combined Schools 

8th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1962-83 
FINAL 



10 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



ENROLL 244 

ADK 235 

ACA 214 

MLD 237 

PRCM 233 

N-P 4 



3C7 


2«7 


30C 


317 


319 


356 


374 


349 


330 


302 


300 


252 


14 


7 


4068 


2<5 3 


284 


289 


3C4 


306 


345 


357 


3 38 


308 


282 


284 


245 


13 


7 


3890 


27t 


268 


275 


2(8 


290 


330 


339 


3 22 


286 


262 


263 


228 


11 


5 


3657 


295 


283 


290 


3C4 


308 


350 


358 


3 37 


299 


2 74 


280 


228 


11 


6 


3870 


275 


277 


283 


2S7 


300 


348 


353 


332 


267 


256 


270 


235 


11 


6 


3743 


2C 


6 


7 


7 


8 


2 


5 


5 


32 


18 


10 


3 






127 



1983-84 
FIRST MO 



11 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



ENROLL 273 
ADK 270 
ADA 258 



279 296 288 
277 293 2 87 
267 285 278 



300 


313 


310 


360 


361 


35 4 


273 


272 


2 76 


12 


10 


3977 


297 


311 


308 


357 


357 


350 


274 


271 


272 


11 


10 


3945 


287 


302 


296 


346 


344 


339 


265 


258 


258 


10 


9 


3 802 



i 962-60 High School Graduate Intentions 

dndudes 1982 Summer School Graduates) 



AMERICAN 
I NOUN 



T GT&L 
NLMBER PFRCENT 



PJBLi: SR. IMST NC 

•"J.H t: Sf . Cer-STATE 

H^IViTE SR. INST NC 
P-IVATE SR. OUTSTATE 
T3TAL 

ccm" :oll, tech nc 
c.c. tech cut-state 
t:tal 

private jr. coll nc 
private jr. outstate 

tCTAL 

IKAOE, BUSINESS NC 
T^i?E, BUSI OUTSTATE 
T'.TM 

MILITARY 

E^'PLOfMENT 

C'HrRS •• 

G^ViD TOTAL *** 



3.3 
7.9 

16. 7 

0. 

16.7 

2.5 
0. 

^.5 

o.« 
o.<. 
0. s 



INCLUDES HISPANICS, ALASKAN NATIVES, AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
'INCLUDES INFCRXATION NOT AVAILABLE. HAKRIEO, ETC. 



11-148 



Jackson 



1963-64 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNt'ENT 



SOURCE CF FUNOS 



PACE/ETHhIC CRIGIN 



CLASSIFICATION 



STATE FECERAL ICCAL 



FEKALE V.HTE 



CFFICIAL.ACfS.tfCRS. 
PRINCIPALS 
ASST PRINCf TEACHING 
ASST ORINC.SONTEACHING 
ELEMENTARY ^£AC^ERS 
SECONDARY TEACHERS 
OTHER TEACHERS 
GUIDANCE 
PSYCHCLCGICAL 
LieRARIAN.AUOICVISUAL 
CONSULT ANT, SUPER VISOR 
OTHER PROFESSIONAL 
TEACHER AIDES 
TECHNICIANS 
CLERICAL, SECRETARIAL 
SERVICE WORKERS 
SKILLED CRAFTS 
LABORERS, LNSKILLEO 
TOTAL 



9 
2 
1 



3 

11* 
38 

1<5 57 
1 7 

9 

2 

2 

56 

1* 

5> 



3 




3 


12 


102 


111 


14 


2* 


38 


32 


25 


56 



* VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES <PE PAIC «f PPOX IMATELY 52.18PCT FROM STATE, 
25.4'iBCT FRC LOCAL, AND 12.18PCT FRCf ftCERAL FLNOS. 



1962-63 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



LEA 
JACKSON COUNTY 
SALARIES 

E'^'UOYEE BENEFITS 
PURCHASE!? SERVICES 
SUPPLIES (. MATERIALS 
'-APITAL OUTLAY 
OfHER 08JECXS 
TOTAL 
PERCENT OF TOTAL 



FINAL 
AOM 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE 



4.133,261 

818.091 

86.835 

311,810 

11,156 

351 

5,361,504 

6S.2 



479,787 

107,066 

27,814 

181,085 

32,824 

132 

828,709 

10.7 



818,940 
173,697 
130,435 
388.669 
19,434 
23,245 
1,554,419 
20.1 



• *••*•*••• PFR PL1>IL EKPENDITURE «••♦•••• 















PCRCENT 




TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


OF TOTAL 


5 


.431.988 


1062.54 


123.34 


210.52 


1,396.40 


70.1 


1 


.098,854 


2 10 . 3 1 


27.52 


44.65 


282.48 


14.2 




245.084 


22.32 


7.15 


33.53 


63.00 


3.2 




881,564 


80.16 


46.55 


99.91 


226.62 


11.4 




63,414 


2.87 


8.44 


5.00 


16.31 


.8 




23,728 


.09 


.03 


5.96 


6.10 


.3 


7 


,744,632 
100.0 


1378.29 


213.03 


39<(.59 


1,990.91 


100.0 



11-149 



JOHNSTON 

James H. Ellerbe, Supt. 
Highway 70- E, Box 1336 
Smithfield, N. C. 27577 

■J 17 Elementary Schools 

i* 4 Secondary Schools 
[. 2 Combined Schools 

I 3rd Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1982-S3 
FINAL 



10 



12 THH EXCP TOTAL 



ENROLL 1098 1171 1128 1120 1CS7 12C2 1270 1317 llSl 1233 1163 900 87 

ADM 1064 lllC 1065 109C 1C57 1166 1234 1285 1163 1190 1114 

ADA 1008 1C62 1043 1055 1C19 1122 1187 1230 1101 1120 1057 

MLD 1064 lice 1082 1103 1C61 1169 1241 1277 1155 1162 1075 

PRCM 1040 ICll 1035 1067 1040 1155 1221 1200 1109 1010 9 33 

N-P 24 97 47 36 21 14 20 77 46 152 142 



900 


878 


72 


61 


14901 


86 2 


855 


69 


63 


14407 


818 


812 


63 


54 


13751 


835 


845 


71 


68 


14316 


726 


821 


71 


35 


13474 


109 


24 




33 


842 



1983-84 

FIRST MO 



11 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



ENROLL 1041 1169 1065 1109 1108 1066 1198 1298 1275 1246 1118 
ADK 1031 1162 1060 1105 1106 1062 1196 1291 1267 1232 1113 

ADA 999 1127 1030 1081 1078 1033 1164 1248 1223 1182 1072 



991 


7 64 


70 


63 


14581 


985 


7 59 


69 


63 


14501 


94 9 


7 27 


66 


56 


14035 



1982-63 High School Groduote Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer School Graduates) 



AWE" IC*N 
INDIAN 



TOTAL AMERICAN BLACK 
INDIAN 



TOTAL 
NU«3EP. PC^CE'IT 



PUBLIC SP. . INST NC 

?JSLIC S^;. OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE SP. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OUTSTATE 
TCAL 

CO-'.M :CLL, TECH NC 

C-C. TEC" OJT-STATE 
TCTiL 

PSIVATE JR. CCLL NC 
P'lVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TJTAL 

TRADE, PUSINESS NC 
TRADE, BUSI OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

MIL ITARY 

cu PL or HE NT 

OTHERS *• 

GRAND TOTAL ••* 



125 



125 



21 





2<3 


47 


S.* 


2 





2 


2 


0.2 


23 





31 


49 


5.b 


l'i6 





190 


315 


■'t. 1 


2 





2 


2 


0.2 


I'.S 





192 


317 


-"■ = 


2 





5 


11 


1.3 


1 







2 


0.2 


3 





6 


13 


1.5 


11 





17 


22 


2.5 











1 


C.l 


11 





17 


23 


2. 6 


2 





8 


78 


8.9 


60 





81 


189 


21.6 


19 





22 


32 


3.7 


320 





427 


873 


ICO.O 



INCLUDES HISPANICS, ALASKAN NATIVES, AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
■INCLUDES INFCRVATION NOT AVAILABLE, MARRIED, ETC. 



11-150 



Johnston 



^9d3-d4 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-tiine personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNt'ENT 



CLASSIFICATICN 



SOURCE Cf FUNCS 



B4CE/ETHNIC CRIGIN 



STATE FECERAL LCCAL VCCAT TOTAL HALE FEf'ALE KUTE BLACK OTHER 



CFFICIAL,ADKS.,»'ERS. 


4 


1 




PRINCIPALS 


23 






ASST PRINCTEACHING 


1 






ASST PRINC.K0NTEACHIN3 


lA 




1 


ELE1ENTARY TEACHERS 


*19 


15 


31 


SECONDARY TEACFERS 


IC* 


5 


16 


OTHER TEACHERS 


52 


29 


10 


GUIDANCE 


17 


1 


1 


PSYCHCLCGICAL 


2 


1 




LIBRARIAN, ALOICVISUAL 


26 






COMSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 


t) 


2 


2 


OTHER PROFESSIONAL 


4 


A 


3 


TEACHER AICES 


IT* 


1* 


13 


TECHNICIAf.S 


4 




8 


CLERICAL. SECRETARIAL 


32 


3 


32 


service: wcrkers 


5S 




l<iO 


SK'LLEC CRAFTS 


:i 




1<. 


LABORERS, UNSKILLED 


4 




12 


TOTAL 


96* 


75 


283 



5 


4 


1 


4 


I 


23 


22 


1 


21 


2 


15 


12 


3 


12 


3 


*8'i 


77 


«07 


Al* 


69 


162 


68 


9A 


1*« 


18 


95 


10 


85 


81 


1* 


19 


<t 


15 


1*. 


5 


3 




3 


3 




26 


3 


23 


20 


6 


3 


2 


6 


7 


1 


11 


2 


9 


9 


2 


201 




201 


167 


33 


12 


12 




12 




57 


6 


61 


62 


5 


199 


33 


166 


1«0 


59 


35 


35 




35 





11 

1156 



• VOCATIC^AL TEACHERS' SALARIE5 ARt PAIC A f PRO IPATEL Y 62.18PCT FROM STATE, 
25.6'iPCT FROM LOCAL, ANC 12.18PCT FRCK fEOERAL FLNOS. 



1962-6v3 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



LEA 
JOHNSTON COJNTY 
SALARIES 

EMPLOYES BENEFITS 
PURCHASED SERVICES 
SUPPLIES t MATERIALS 
CAPITAL CJILAY 
OTHER OBJECTS 
TOTAL 
PERCENT OF TOTAL 



AMOU' TS EXPENOEO BY SOURCE 



• •••••*•*« PER PUPIL EXPENDITURE 



FINAL 
ADf 




STATE 




FEDERAL 




LOCAL 




TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


PERCENT 
OF TOTAL 


A. 407 






























15 


1-4.182 


2 


025.587 


3 


043,172 


20 


.2 12,942 


1051.17 


l'.0.60 


211.23 


1.403.00 


70.2 




2 


8:5.278 




302.842 




941,873 


4 


,069,993 


196.10 


21.02 


65.38 


282.50 


14.1 






112,076 




91,467 




942,588 


I 


,216,131 


12.64 


6.35 


65.43 


S4.42 


4.2 




I 


lu8.356 




556,918 


1 


,318,800 


2 


984,073 


76.93 


38.66 


91.54 


207.13 


10.4 






'.0,939 




♦7,929 




5,760 




104,628 


3.54 


3.33 


.40 


7.27 


«A 






3,733 




119,059 




65,845 




188,637 


.26 


8.26 


4.57 


13.09 


. 7 




19 


3i«,564 
67.1 


3 


143,803 
10.9 


6 


318,038 
22.0 


28 


,776,405 
100.0 


1340.64 


216.22 


438.55 


1.997.41 


100.0 



11-151 



JONES 

Dr. W. Earl Watson, Supt, 
P. 0. Box 187 
Trenton, N. C. 28585 

5 Elementary Schools 
1 Secondary School 

2nd Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



i<;e2-83 


































FIN*L 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


ENRCLL 


155 


141 


142 


144 


147 


1^12 


164 


167 


143 


153 


135 


125 


75 


5 




1838 


ADM 


152 


133 


138 


13S 


145 


139 


158 


163 


137 


149 


129 


122 


77 


4 




1785 


ADA 


144 


12£ 


134 


134 


140 


133 


152 


155 


130 


139 


121 


115 


73 


4 




1700 


MLD 


150 


134 


138 


142 


145 


139 


158 


163 


135 


144 


125 


121 


76 


4 




1774 


PRCM 


150 


125 


132 


141 


138 


136 


156 


149 


131 


104 


101 


114 


75 


4 




1656 


N-P 




9 


e 


1 


7 


3 


2 


14 


4 


40 


24 


7 


1 






118 


1983-84 


































FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 



ENROLL 137 157 133 137 147 141 137 164 155 169 130 91 120 9 

AD" 136 157 133 137 145 141 136 162 154 166 125 89 116 9 

ADA 132 153 130 134 144 138 133 157 148 155 118 85 HI 8 



1827 
1806 
1746 



19d2-63 High School Groduote Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer School GradueiBB) 



AHERICiN 
INDIAN 



TOTAL AMERICAN BLACK 
INDIAN 



TOTAL 
TOTAL NUMBER PF'.CENT 



PU8LIC SR. INST NC 
PU3LI: SR. CUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PPIVi-'E SR. r^'ST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

COM'I CClL. TECI- NC 

C.C. TECH O'JT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE JR. CCLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

TRADE, ?U5INE55 NC 
TRiOE, 8USI OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

MILITARY 

EMPLOYMENT 

OTHERS •• 

GRAN3 TOTAL •»» 



0.0 
28.6 

2.6 
0.0 
2.6 

5.2 

0.0 
5.2 

1 8.2 

10.* 

6.5 

100.0 



INCLUDES HISPANICS. ALASKAN NATIVES, AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
"INCLUDES INFCPMATION NOT AVAILABLE, MARRIED, ETC. 



11-152 



Jones 

1903-64 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-tiine personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNKENT SCURCE Cf FLNCS SEX f'ACK/ETHN'C ORIGIN 



CLASSIFICATION STATE FEDERAL ICCAL VCCAT TOTAL MALE FEMALE hUTE BLACK CTHfO 



CFF1CIAL,AC»'S.,MCRS. 


2 


PRINCIPALS 


6 


ASST PRINC, TEACHING 




ASST PRINCNONTEACHINC. 


1 


ELEHENTARY TEACHERS 


t,t 


SECONDARY TEACHERS 


15 


CTHER TEACHERS 


11 


GUIDANCE 


2 


PSYCHCLCGICAL 




LiaRARIAN.AUOlCVISUAL 


2 


CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 


1 


CTHER PRCFESSIONAL 


1 


TEACHER AICES 


24 


TECHNICIANS 




CLERICAL, SECRETARIAL 


5 


SERVICE WCRKEBS 


8 


SKILLED CRAFTS 


a 


LAeORERS, UNSKILLED 




TOTAL 


12S 



A« 


34 


1 
IS 


12 


20 


5 


21 


13 


12 


1 




2 


2 


2 




2 


1 


1 


I 


1 




26 


9 


17 



lA 14 10 4 

32 6 26 8 24 

•77 61 



VOCATICNAl TEACHERS" SALARIES ARE PAIC A FPRCH If A TFLY 62.18PCT FROM STATEi 
25.64PCT FRCf LOCAL, ANC 12.18PCT FRCK FEDERAL FLNQS. 



19d2-6C^ Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 

AMOUNTS EXPENDED 8Y SCURCE ••*••••••• PER PUPIL E( PENDl TURE •••••••• 



LEA 


FINAL 

ADK 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


PERCENT 

OF TOTAL 


JONES COUNTY 


1.76S 




















SALARIES 




2.1(0.187 


439,996 


300.381 


2.840,563 


1176.58 


246.50 


168.28 


1,591.36 


68.6 


EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 




4( 8.887 


97,393 


65,100 


571,381 


229.07 


54.56 


36.47 


320.10 


13.8 


PURCHASED SERVICES 




)8.610 


20,877 


139,703 


179,190 


10.43 


11.70 


78.27 


100.40 


4.3 


SUPPLIES t MATERIALS 




1 1.653 


166.786 


128,864 


467,304 


96.16 


93.44 


72.19 


261.79 


11.3 


CAPITAL OUTLAY 




19,646 


19,548 


3.192 


42.386 


11.01 


10.95 


1.79 


23.75 


1.0 


OTHER OBJECTS 




246 


18.881 


21,691 


40,818 


.14 


10.58 


12.15 


22.87 


1.0 


TOTAL 




2.7)9.229 


763.480 


658,931 


4,141,641 


1523.39 


427.73 


369.15 


2,320.27 


100.0 


PERCENT OF TOTAL 




65.7 


18.4 


15.9 


100.0 













11-153 



LEE 

William R. Johnson, Supt. 
Lee County Office Building 
Sanford, N. C. 27330 

9 Elementary Schools 
1 Secondary School 
3 Combined Schools 

4th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



n82-83 






FINAL 


K 


1 


ENROLL 


611 


552 


ACM 


588 


?3C 


ADA 


552 


50* 


HLD 


585 


529 


PROM 


535 


*95 


N-P 


50 


3* 


1983-8* 






FIRST MO 


K 


1 



*95 *95 513 5C3 558 607 



35 



17 



18 



582 
22 



10 



11 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



53* 5*6 52* 565 618 611 610 553 581 57* 51* 

526 53C 52C 556 610 602 596 525 550 5*2 

5C5 505 *<;<; 531 56* 569 553 *8* 515 50* 

520 53C 521 560 612 60* 588 515 533 522 *77 



568 *88 528 513 **8 
20 27 5 9 



*S1 


*8 


59 


7273 


*55 


** 


55 


6859 


*77 


*8 


60 


721* 


**8 


*8 


59 


69*0 


29 




1 


27* 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



ENROLL 573 58* 5*5 512 539 512 573 615 616 59* 53* 538 500 
ADf 56* 583 5*0 506 532 509 567 612 6 12 59 3 529 536 *96 

ADA 5*0 562 529 *95 518 *95 55* 59* 587 5b3 503 515 *76 



*8 


7* 


7357 


*7 


73 


7299 


** 


68 


70*8 



'1962-63 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Sunvner School Graduates) 



AMERICAN 
I SOIAV 



TOTAL AMERICAN 
INDI AN 



TOTAL 
NUMBER PERCENT 



PUBLIC SR. INST NC 
P'J'LIC SR. OUT-STATE 
Tl T4L 

PRIVATE 5ft. IN?T NC 
PRIVATE SP. CUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

CCMM COLL. TECh NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATf 
TCT4L 

PRl VATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVAU JR. CUTSTATE 
TCTAL 

TRADE, 9'JSI^ESS NC 
TRADE, SUSI OUTSTATE 
TCTAL 

military 
f-iployment 
CThtrs •* 
GRAND TOTAL »•• 



30.1 
0. P 

1.2 
0.0 
1.2 



C.b 
1.0 



9.2 

?1.5 



• P.'CLjrrS HI5PANICS. ALASKAN NATIVES, AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
♦•INCLUDES INFCRMATION NOT AVAILABLE, ^'ARRIED, ETC. 



11-154 



Lee 

1960-64 Public School Personnel Summory 

(Full-time personnel only) 

ACTIVITY ASSIGNt-ENT SCURCE Cf FLKCS SEX SACE/ETHMC CRIGIN 

CLASSIFICATICN STATE FECERAL tCCAL VCCAT TOTAL MALE FE-ALE fcUTE SLACK OTHER 



CFFICIAl,AD^S.,fGRS. 


3 


PRINCIPALS 


13 


4SST PRINC, TEACHING 




ASST PRINC, nunteachin; 


10 


ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 


1^<) 


"^ECONOARY TEACHERS 


13A 


CTHER TEACHERS 




GUIDANCE 


e 


PSYCHOLCGICAL 


1 


LIBRARIAN, ALOICVISUAL 


s 


CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 


2 


CTHER PRCFES3ICNAL 


« 


TEACHER AICES 


1C3 


TECHNICIANS 




CLERICAL, SECRETARIAL 


26 


SERVICE KCRKERS 


^8 


SKILLED CRAFTS 




LABORERS, UNSKILLED 




TOTAL 


510 



6 


5 


13 


10 


10 


8 


lar 


8 


196 


66 



22 lar 8 179 156 

25 32 196 66 130 176 



• VOCATICNAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID AFPPOX IMATELV 62.18PCT FROM STATE. 
25.61PCT FRC^' LOCAL, AND 12.18PCT FRCM FECERAL FLNOS. 



1962-60 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUI TS EXPENDED BY SOURCE 



FLNAL 
LEA ADM 



LEE 7,273 

SALAi^IES 7.6'a,959 783,389 2,260.166 

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS l.5'-7,717 170,662 ♦SS,!*© 

PURCHASED SERVICES lO,963 15,76* 6*3,890 

SUP'LIES t MATERIALS 40,872 36*, 273 835,065 

CAPITAL OUTLAY 4,170 8,706 25,70* 

OTHER CBJECrS 1,*96 1*,718 66,915 

TOfAL 9,8;s,177 1.357,513 *, 266, 881 

PERCENT OF TOTAL 63.6 8.8 27.6 



11-155 







• •*•••*••• PEK 


PUPIL EXPENDITURE 
















PtOCENT 




TOFAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


CF TOTAL 


10 


,702,515 


1053.07 


107.71 


310.76 


1,471.5* 


69.3 


2 


.153,519 


212.80 


23.47 


59.83 


296.10 


14.0 




809,618 


20.62 


2.17 


88.53 


111.32 


5.2 


1 


.663,210 


63.78 


50.09 


114.82 


228.69 


10.8 




38,580 


.57 


1.20 


3.53 


5.30 


.2 




83,129 


.21 


2.02 


9.20 


11.43 


.5 


15 


,♦50,571 
100.0 


1351.05 


186.66 


586.67 


2.124.36 


100.0 



LENOIR 

Young H. Allen, Supt. 

201 E. King St., Drawer 729 

Kinston, N. C. 28501 

9 Elementary Schools 
2 Secondary Schools 

2nd Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1982-83 


































FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


« 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


THH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


ENRCLL 


A33 


'.2Z 


518 


516 


f^l 


514 


546 


538 


5 75 


543 


476 


424 


3S8 


25 


28 


6601 


ACK 


426 


49S 


5C6 


50C 


532 


5C7 


533 


527 


568 


505 


458 


39 7 


362 


24 


29 


6393 


ADA 


401 


477 


467 


481 


5C9 


489 


506 


497 


532 


46 8 


4 27 


368 


353 


22 


27 


6044 


MLD 


433 


49 6 


5ce 


50C 


5Z5 


511 


535 


527 


566 


483 


449 


386 


378 


24 


29 


6352 


PROM 


401 


442 


4 84 


48 7 


sa 


5C3 


512 


497 


5 30 


459 


425 


38 3 


370 


24 


29 


6068 


N-P 


32 


55 


24 


13 


4 


8 


23 


30 


36 


24 


24 


3 


8 






284 


1983-84 


































FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


ENROLL 


460 


458 


491 


511 


493 


535 


500 


541 


521 


60 7 


480 


428 


391 


18 


27 


6461 


ADV 


459 


457 


488 


511 


493 


532 


499 


539 


5 18 


63 1 


4 76 


421 


387 


17 


26 


6424 


ADA 


445 


442 


480 


500 


481 


521 


485 


521 


5 02 


570 


452 


40 1 


363 


17 


25 


6205 



1962-63 High School Groduote Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Sunvner Schod Graduata) 



AMESIC4N 
INDIAN 



TOTAL AMERICAN 
INDIAN 



PJ3LIC SR. INST NC 

Pja'wIC SR. OUT-STATE 
fCTAL 

"SIVATE SR. INST NC 
i-'^IVATE SR. OUTSTATE 
TCTAL 

C3M.y :CLL, TECH NC 

C.C. TECH CUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

Pi^IVATE JR. COLL NC 
'hIVATE jr. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

TRADE, BUSINESS NC 

ira3e. busi outstate 
t;tal 

"ILITARY 
EMPLOrMENT 
OTHERS •• 
GRAND TOTAL ••» 





r OTAL 


— - — 


. — — — 


U-UER 


PERCf^r 


65 


17. <. 


2 


0. 5 


'•• 


1 ''..r> 


13 


3.5 


C 


0.0 


13 


3.5 


125 


33;. 5 


1 


0.3 


Ub 


33. R 


12 


3.2 





0.0 


12 


3.? 


11 


2.0 


7 


1."? 


18 


4.6 


30 


8.0 


103 


27.6 


4 


1. 1 


373 


100.0 



• INCLUDES HISPAMCS. ALASKAN NATIVES, AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
••INCLU'JES INFCRMATION NOT AVAILABLE, MARRIED, ETC. 



11-156 



Lenoir 

i 963-64 Public School Personnel Summory 

(Full-tlma personnel only) 



ACTIVITY /ISSIGN^'ENT SCUBCE CF FLNCS SEX PACe/ETHN!C CRIGIN 



CL4SSIF1CATICN STATE fECERAl ICCAL VCCAT TOTAL MALE FESALE WUTE 



CFFtCIAL,»CfS.,»'CRS. 

PRINCIPALS 

ASST PRINC, TEACHING 

ASST PRINCtKCNTEACHINC 

ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 

SECONDARY TEACHERS 

CfHER TEACHERS 

GUIDANCE 

PSYCHOLOGICAL 

LIBRARIAN, AUDIOVISUAL 

CONSULTANT, SUPER VISOR 

CTHER PRCFESSICKAL 

TEACHER AIDES 71 1* 1 1 87 



2 




1 




3 


3 


U 

1 


' 






11 
1 


10 
1 


7 








7 


t, 


i;* 




7 


6 


167 


19 


62 




2 


33 


97 


37 


«2 


29 






71 


6 


7 


1 


2 


I 


11 





3 






4 




2 


71 


1* 


1 
2 


27 




12 


51 




70 



TECHNICIANS 1 2 3 

CLERICAL, SECRETARIAL 27 I 12 40 

SERVICE WCRKEOS 51 70 121 
SKILLED CRAFTS 
LABORERS, liNSKILLED 

TOTAL *53 50 S9 *? 644 



49 


121 


46 


60 


71 


26 


65 


51 


20 


11 


9 


2 


11 


10 


1 


4 


4 


2 


4 


6 


2 


86 
1 


57 

1 


30 

2 


39 


32 


8 


81 


57 


64 



• VOCATICNAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID AFPRC X IfATELV 62.18PCT FROM STATE, 
25.64PCT FRC** LOCAL, AND 12.18FCT FRCM FEDERAL FLNCS. 

1962-60 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 

ANC'JNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE •••••••••• PER PUPIL E<PEN0ITURE 



FINAL PERCENT 

"* *0M STATE FEDERAL LOCAL TOTAL STATE FEDERAL LOCAL TOTAL CF TOTAL 
LENOIR COUNTY 6,393 

^*'-*'*'^^ 7,090,057 1,137,337 1,206.990 9,434,385 1109.03 177.90 188.80 1,475.73 68.3 

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS l.il3,4T8 189,424 213,593 1,816.495 221.10 29.63 33.41 284,14 13.1 

PURCHASED SERVICES 88,004 94,646 527,721 710.372 13.77 14.80 82.55 111.12 5.1 

SUPPLIES L MATERIALS 544,146 69,786 347,668 961.600 85.12 10.92 54.38 150.42 7.0 

CAPITAL OUTLAY 17,346 416,419 324.493 758.258 2.71 65.14 50.76 118.61 5.5 

OTHER OBJECTS 526 38.730 92.193 131.449 .08 6.06 14.42 20.56 1.0 

^°'*'- 9,153,558 1,946.343 2.712,659 13,812.559 1431.81 304.45 424.32 2,160.58 lOO-O 

PERCENT OF TOTAL 66.3 14.1 19.6 100.0 



11-157 



Kinston 

Dr. Duane 0. Moore, Supt, 
307 W. Atlantic Avenue 
Kinston, N. C. 28501 

7 Elementary Schools 
1 Secondary School 
1 Combined School 

2nd Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



l<5fi2-83 


































FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


ENROLL 


411 


<3A 


446 


386 


4C7 


39C 


416 


368 


401 


364 


421 


317 


327 


33 


28 


5149 


ACM 


399 


43C 


42£ 


382 


3S2 


380 


406 


353 


3 82 


345 


388 


304 


315 


30 


28 


4962 


ADA 


377 


412 


413 


37C 


3£0 


364 


382 


328 


3 56 


321 


361 


29 1 


3C2 


28 


26 


4711 


MLO 


395 


«3C 


42S 


37S 


3S1 


377 


402 


349 


3 72 


334 


373 


29 6 


3C9 


29 


28 


4893 


PRCM 


356 


354 


378 


369 


269 


349 


389 


342 


2S4 


295 


274 


245 


3C2 


4 


28 


4348 


N-P 


39 


76 


51 


10 


22 


28 


13 


7 


78 


39 


99 


51 


7 


25 




545 


iges-s-v 


































FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 



ENROLL 406 421 390 392 388 390 399 409 388 342 399 333 291 32 31 5011 

ADM 397 417 387 390 385 386 397 402 381 338 385 324 289 30 31 4939 

AOt 386 406 378 385 379 378 385 39 1 358 32 5 368 312 281 30 28 4790 



i 962-63 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1962 Summer School Graduatas) 



AMERICAN BLACK 
INDIAN 



TOTAL AMERICAN BLACK 
INDIAN 



TOTAL 
TOTAL NUMB?R PEPCENT 



PJBLIC SR. INST NC 
PJBLi: SR. OUT-STATE 
ICTAL 

POIVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OUTSTATE 

TOTAL 



28. <3 
1.4 

30-5 

11.1 

1.6 

12. T 



COMM COLL. TECH NC 
C.C. TECP OUT-STATE 
TCTAL 

l>k IVATE JR. CCLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

IRAOE, BUSINESS NC 
TSAOE, BUS! OUTSTATE 

TOTAL 



2°. 2 

0.3 
29.5 



0.0 
1.3 

7.5 
0.0 
2.5 



"MILITARY 
EyPLOvMENT 
OTHERS •• 
GRAND TOTAL ••« 



• INCLUDES HISPANICS, ALASKAN NATIVESt AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
••INCLUDCS INFORMATION NOT AVAILABLE, MARRIED, ETC. 



10.5 
6.3 
5.7 

no.o 



11-158 



Kins ton 

i 9d3-64 Public School Personnel Summory 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY *SSIGN»' = NT SCU9CE Cf FUNCS SEX PACE/ETMNIC CRICtN 

CLASSIf KATICN STATE FECERAl ICCAL VCCAT TOTAL MALE FEMALE WUTE BLACK OTHER 

CFFICIAL,AC''S..KGRS. 5 12 8 5 3 6? 

PRINCIPALS 9 ■9725', 

ASSI PRINC, TEACHING 

ASST PRINC.NCNTEACHING 3 1 . 'i 4 3 1 

ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 1*2 27 3* 7 210 17 193 122 68 

SECONDARY TEACHERS 58 2 7 13 80 25 55 52 28 

OTHER TEACHERS 7 7 3 4 6 1 

GUIDANCE 4 1 2 

PSYCHOLOGICAL 2 

LIBRARIAN. ALDIOVISUAL 6 2 

CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 1 I 

OTHER PRCFESSICNAL 2 4 

TEACHER AICES ti 11 4 

TECHNICIANS 

CLERICAL, SECRETARIAL 8 1 15 24 

SERVICE WORKERS 23 SO 113 

SKILLED CRAFTS 

LABORERS, UNSKILLED 

rCTAL 326 43 160 23 56? 



210 


17 


193 


122 


80 


25 


55 


52 


7 


3 


4 


6 


7 


2 


5 


4 


2 




2 


2 


10 




10 


8 


2 




2 


2 


6 


2 


4 


5 


80 


1 


79 


33 



• VOCAIICNAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID AFFCC « If A TELY 62.18PCT FROM STATE, 
25.64ffCT FROM LOCAL. AND 12.1BPCT FRCM FEDERAL FLNOS. 



1 962-60 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 

AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE ••••*••••• PER PUPIL EXPENDITURE •••••••• 



LEA 


FINAL 
ADH 




STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 




TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


PEFCENT 
OF TOTAL 


KINSrON CITY 


4,962 
























SALARIES 




5 


.244,836 


1.012,103 


1.326,615 


7 


,583,555 


1057.00 


203.97 


267.35 


1.528.32 


69.2 


EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 




1 


,062.591 


232,670 


278,299 


1 


,573.560 


214.15 


46.89 


56.09 


317.13 


14.4 


PURCHASED SERVICES 






118,442 


36,852 


451,006 




606,300 


23.87 


7.43 


90.89 


122. n 


*•> 


SUPPLIES t MATERIALS 






247,399 


473,390 


317,733 


1 


,0 38,522 


49.86 


95.40 


64.03 


209.29 


9.5 


CAPITAL OUTLAY 






11,667 


6,258 


6,804 




24,729 


2.35 


1.26 


1.37 


4.98 


.2 


OTHER OBJECTS 






1.0S4 


72,475 


57,239 




130,768 


.21 


14.61 


11.54 


26.36 


1.2 


TOTAL 




6 


685,989 


1,833,748 


2.437,695 


10 


957,432 


1347.44 


369.56 


491.27 


2.208.27 


100.0 


PERCENT OF TOTAL 






61.1 


16.7 


22.2 




100. 













11-159 



LINCOLN 



Benny Coxton , Supt . 
P. 0. Box 400 
Lincolnton, N. C. 28092 

14 Elementary Schools 
3 Secondary Schools 
3 Combined Schools 

6th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



l<582-83 


































FIN*L 


K 


1 


2 


3 


A 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


ENROLL 


598 


598 


6C8 


62 8 


7C5 


727 


784 


798 


744 


731 


7 28 


532 


5S6 


19 


25 


8821 


ACM 


585 


582 


596 


613 


666 


715 


773 


784 


731 


706 


6 89 


515 


579 


20 


26 


860C 


ADA 


549 


553 


573 


59C 


6f2 


686 


744 


745 


691 


66 3 


649 


49 


549 


18 


24 


8186 


MLO 


588 


58C 


6CC 


606 


tsc 


718 


772 


784 


731 


693 


669 


504 


569 


20 


29 


8553 


PRCM 


578 


547 


5£5 


581 


6£4 


702 


763 


748 


713 


665 


648 


49 3 


534 


20 


26 


8287 


N-P 


10 


33 


19 


25 


6 


16 


9 


36 


18 


28 


21 


11 


35 




3 


266 


1983-84 


































FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


ENROLL 


624 


622 


557 


623 


595 


704 


716 


811 


781 


745 


716 


64 8 


5 27 


23 


24 


8717 


ADH 


618 


617 


552 


620 


595 


702 


713 


805 


776 


74 


711 


644 


524 


22 


25 


8664 


ADA 


598 


600 


543 


607 


581 


688 


698 


78 4 


7 47 


70 7 


6 80 


620 


5 06 


20 


24 


8 403 



1 962-63 High School Groduote Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer Schod Graduates) 



INDIA". 



TOTAL AMERICAN 
INOI AN 



T OTAL 
TOTAL Nf^^BER PFRC6NT 



PUBLIC SR. INST NC 

PUSLIC SR. CUT-STATE 
TCTAL 

PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

CG'*". COLL, TECH NC 

C.C. TECH OUT-STAT'E 
TCTaL 

PRIVATE JR. CCLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TCTAL 

TRADE, BUSINESS NC 
TRAOE, BU5I OUTSTATE 
TCTAL 

MILITARY 

EMPLDVMENT 



liRA-13 TOTAL •« 



15 
269 



115 


20. ■i 


7 


1.2 


122 


21.6 


28 


5. 


2 


0.4 


30 


'j. '^ 


1?9 


22.9 


5 


0.9 


13* 


23.8 


2 


C. 





0.0 


2 


0. i. 


13 


2.3 





0.0 


13 


2.3 


38 


6.7 


200 


35.5 


25 


4. i. 


56', 


10". 



» INCLUDES HISPANICS, ALASKAN NATIVES, AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
♦•INCLUDES INFCPMATION NOT AVAILABLE, MARRIED. ETC. 



11-160 



Lincoln 

1963-64 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-Ume personnel only) 

ACTIVITY *SSIGN»'ENT SCURCE CF FLNCS SEX R*CE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 

CL/ISSIFICATICK STATE FECERAL ICCAL VCCAT TOTAL WALE FEKALE kUTE BLACK OTHER 



CFFICIAL,Al:^S.,HCRS. 


e 


PRINCIPALS 


20 


ASSr PRINC. TEACHING 


I 


ASST PRINC, NONTEACHING 


t 


ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 


154 


SECONDARY TEACHERS 


124 


OTHER TEACHERS 


i8 


GUIDANCE 


6 


PSYCHOLCGICAL 


1 


LIBRARIAN. AUDIOVISUAL 


15 


CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 


2 


OTHER PROFESSIONAL 


4 


TEACHER AIDES 


S6 


TECHNICIANS 


1 


CLERICAL, SECRETARIAL 


21 


SERVICE WORKERS 


33 


SKILLED CRAFTS 


12 


LABORERS, UNSKILLED 


1 


TOTAL 


573 



10 167 

5 35 16<, 
5 A 93 



5 


20 




6 


156 


15fl 


102 


153 


65 


91 


5 


7 


17 


17 


1 


2 


6 


7 


113 
1 


108 

1 



13 1 39 39 39 

eO 113 20 93 96 

1 13 13 13 

12 2 2 

122 42 775 169 607 731 



* VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 62.18PCT FROM STATE, 
25.6'iPCT FROM LOCAL, AND 12.18PC1 FROM FECERAL FLNCS. 

i 962-63 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 







AMOUNTS EXPENOEO 


BY SOURCE 








• *•••••••• PER 


PUPIL EXPENDITURE 




LEA 


r INAL 
ADH 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 




TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


PERCENT 
OF 10IAL 


INCOLN CCUSTY 


8.600 






















SALARIES 




8,983.352 


661.904 


1,913,860 


11 


559,116 


1044.58 


76. V7 


222.54 


1.344.09 


70.5 


CfCLOYfr BENEFITS 




1,769.253 


151,184 


392,257 


2 


312,694 


205.73 


17.58 


45.61 


26H.92 


14. y 


PURCHASED SERVICES 




193. 70* 


36,436 


391,445 




621,585 


22.52 


4.24 


45.52 


72.28 


3.8 


SUPPLIES t MATERIALS 




596,344 


311,224 


824,604 


1 


,732,172 


69,34 


36.19 


93.88 


201.41 


10.6 


CAPITAL OUTLAY 




8.440 


32,668 


25,423 




66.532 


.98 


3.80 


2.96 


7.74 


.4 


OTHcR OBJECTS 




23.094 


2,309 


88,722 




114,125 


2.69 


-27 


10.32 


13.28 


.7 


lOIAL 




11.574.187 1 


,195,725 


3,636,310 


16 


,406,222 


1345.84 


139.05 


422.83 


1,907.72 


100.0 


PEftCCNI OF TOTAL 




70.5 


7.3 


22.2 




100.0 













11-161 



MACON 

Lonnie H. Crawford, Supt. 
Route 1, Hwy. 64 W. , Box 1029 
Franklin, N. C. 28734 

8 Elementary Schools 

1 Secondary School 

2 Combined Schools 

8th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1S82-83 
F IN*L 



10 



U 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



ENROLL 26't 

AOM 242 

ADA 225 

MLD 245 

PRCM 231 

N-P 15 



238 


244 


28 9 


237 


2'i2 


338 


364 


2 92 


343 


303 


256 


282 


9 


225 


229 


265 


2iB 


213 


323 


352 


2 75 


324 


285 


243 


275 


9 


214 


222 


256 


221 


264 


310 


338 


261 


308 


271 


230 


2 59 


8 


217 


222 


264 


233 


274 


320 


355 


271 


319 


277 


240 


259 


9 


2C6 


224 


261 


226 


272 


320 


348 


268 


298 


2 64 


237 


251 


9 


11 


8 


3 


7 


2 




7 


3 


21 


13 


3 


8 





3751 
3548 
3387 
3516 
3415 
101 



1983-84 
FIRST MO 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



ENROLL 252 
ADK 249 
ADA 239 



243 


221 


240 


269 


234 


278 


335 


366 


303 


294 


265 


239 


9 


243 


220 


238 


267 


232 


277 


334 


364 


301 


292 


26 3 


2 38 


9 


237 


215 


232 


260 


227 


272 


325 


351 


290 


280 


252 


229 


8 



3 548 
3527 
3417 



1962-60 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer Schcnl Graduatee) 



PL'PLIC SP. INST NC 

PJDL!; SR. 3UI-STATe 
TCT4L 

PRIVATE SP. INST NC 
P'^IVATE bR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

CC>1,M :OLL, TECH NC 

C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

P'^ivATE JR. COLL NC 
P<IVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
T?TAL 

TR4J5. BUSINESS NC 
T^AOE, BUS! OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

XIL IIARY 

E^PLOrVENT 

OTHERS »• 

GRAND TOTAL ••• 



TOTAL AMERICAN 
INDIAN 







r CTAL 








TOTAL 


NUI^ER 


PFPCE'IT 









?q 


'.q 


IS. ' 


' 


t. 


1.5 


32 


53 


10.8 


5 


5 


1.9 


2 


8 


'..0 


7 


13 


4.9 


^5 


59 


22.0 








n. 


35 


59 


22.0 


3 


6 


2.2 


I 


10 


1.5 
3. ' 



35. 1 
7. 5 

ICO.C 



» I\CLJ.''E3 HISPAMC5. ALASKAN NATIVES, AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
♦♦INCLUDES INFCRMATION NOT AVAILABLE, HARRIED, ETC. 



11-162 



Macon 

i 9d3-d4 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-Ume personnel only) 

ACTIVITY ASSIGNJ'ENT SCURCE CF FUNDS SEX RACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 

CLASSIFICATICN STATE FECERAL ICCAL VCCAT TOTAL MALE FE»^ALE Ht-ITE BLACK OTHER 



CFFICIAL,*C><S.,HCRS. 






PRINCIPALS 


11 




ASST PRINC, TEACHING 






ASST PRINC. NONTEACHING 






ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 


•32 




SECONDARY TEACHERS 


«C 




OTHER TEACHERS 


11 


1 


GUIDANCE 






PSYCHCLCGICAL 






LIBRARIAN, AUDIOVISUAL 






CONSULT ANT, SUPER VISOR 




2 


CTHER PROFESSIONAL 


2 


2 


TEACHER AIDES 


4C 


7 


TECHNICIANS 






CLERICAL, SECRETARIAL 


8 


1 


SERVICE MCRKERS 


12 




SKILLED CPiFTS 


5 




LABORERS, LNSKILLEO 






TOTAL 


2*0 


13 



2 


2 




2 


U 


11 




11 


2 


2 




2 


02 


18 


8* 


101 


59 


22 


37 


59 


13 




13 


13 


5 


3 


2 


5 


7 




7 


7 


7 


1 


6 


7 



20 


1 


59 


18 


12 


12 



» VOCATICNAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID * f FPCX I^'ATELY 62.18PCT FROH STATE, 
25.6APCT FRC^' LOCAL, AND 12.18PCT FRO*' FEDERAL FUNDS. 



"1962-60 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE 



FINAL 

LEA AOH 



MACON COUNTY 3,5*8 

^*'-*'"^^ 3,886,155 430,288 887.213 5.203.656 1095.31 121-28 250.06 1.466.65 

tH,>10VtE BENEFITS 764,720 95,257 185,492 1.045,468 215.54 26.85 52.28 

PURCHASED SERVICES 63.014 23.286 159,452 245,751 17.76 6.56 44.94 

SUPPLIES 6 MATERIALS 293,582 153,077 379,873 826.533 82.75 43,14 10r.07 

CA;'ITAL CWTLAY 8,501 9,019 20,574 36,094 2.40 2.54 5.80 

OIr£R 05JECTS 575 13 15,862 16,450 .16 4.47 

^°'*'- 5,016,546 710.940 1,648.466 7.375,951 1413.92 200.37 464.62 2,078-91 

PERCENT OF TOTAL 68.1 9.6 22.3 100.0 



NCITURE 






PERCENT 


TOTAL 


CF TOTAL 


466.65 


70.5 


294.67 


14.3 


69.26 


3.3 


232.96 


11.2 


10.74 


.5 


4.63 


.2 



11-163 



MADISON 

Robert L. Edwards, Supt. 
Courthouse, Box 308 
Marshall, N. C. 28753 

7 Elementary Schools 
1 Secondary School 

8th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1982-83 


































FIN*L 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTfiL 


ENRCLL 


216 


206 


2C8 


235 


237 


213 


245 


226 


2 50 


297 


238 


197 


165 


12 


2 


2967 


ADM 


206 


201 


2CA 


227 


232 


212 


242 


220 


245 


271 


227 


190 


164 


12 


2 


2875 


ADA 


182 


le-i 


189 


211 


217 


198 


225 


202 


2 26 


246 


208 


174 


169 


12 


2 


2645 


MLD 


207 


203 


2C7 


227 


236 


218 


243 


219 


247 


259 


222 


185 


ie3 


12 


2 


2870 


PRCM 


206 


192 


196 


22 3 


234 


215 


241 


212 


240 


217 


204 


178 


178 


12 


2 


2750 


N-P 


1 


11 


11 


4 


2 


3 


2 


7 


7 


42 


18 


7 


5 






120 


1983-84 


































FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


ENROLL 


190 


223 


205 


204 


227 


240 


214 


251 


218 


309 


217 


215 


178 


10 


4 


2905 


ADf 


188 


222 


204 


203 


227 


239 


212 


251 


218 


306 


217 


213 


177 


10 


4 


2 891 


ADA 


177 


214 


199 


196 


218 


228 


204 


240 


211 


286 


2 08 


202 


168 


9 


4 


2 764 



1962-63 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Sunvner School Graduates) 



A^<ER1C/!M BLACK 
INDIAN 



TOTAL AMERICAN 
INDIAN 



PLJBLIC SR. INST NC 

rjt'Li: Sn. PUT-STATP 
T3TAL 

PRIVATE SP. INST NC 
PRIVATE Sr>.. OUTSTATE 
TCTAL 

CD""'- COLL, TECH NC 

C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TOTil 

P^IVi^E JR. CCLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. CUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

TRADE, BUSINESS NC 
TRACE. BUSI OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

MI LI TJRY 

E-'PLC'V.ENT 

OTHERS •• 

r,RA-.? TCTAL »•• 



2.? 

L 3.9 

11.2 

1.7 

2J.9 

1.7 
0.6 
2.2 

1.1 

0.0 
I.I 



17.2 

n.3 

100. 



• INCLUDES HISPANICS, ALASKAN NATIVES, AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
•*INCL'JOES INFCRMATION NOT AVAILABLE, HARRIED, ETC. 



11-164 



Madison 



1903-64 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT SCURCE CF FUNCS SEX P*CE/ETMNIC CRIGIN 

CL4SSIF ICATICK STAIE FECERAl ICCAL VCCAT TOTAL MALE FEfALE MUTE BLACK OTHER 



CFFICIAL,«CfS.,>'CRS. 


2 


I 


PRINCIPALS 


e 




ASST PBINCTEACHING 






ASST PRINC|N0NTE«CH1NC 


3 




ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 


73 


12 


SECONDARY TEACHERS 


3C 


1 


OTHER TEACHERS 


15 


2 


GUIDANCE 


2 




PSYCHOLOGICAL 






LIBRARIAN, AUDICVISUAL 


3 




CONSULT ANT, SUPER VISOR 


2 




OTHER PRCfESSICNAL 


1 




TEACHER AIDES 


33 


2 


TECHNICIANS 






CLERICAL, SECRETARIAL 


6 


1 


SERVICE HCRKERS 


t3 




SKILLED CRAFTS 


I 




LABORERS, UNSKILLED 


t 




TOTAL 


2*8 


19 



2 


I 


3 


7 


1 


8 


3 




3 


5 


80 


85 


18 


29 


<i7 




18 


18 


1 


2 


3 




3 


3 




2 


2 




2 


2 




39 


39 




13 


13 


18 


91 


109 


3 




3 


7 




7 


6* 


281 


31.5 



• VOCATICNAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ABE PAIC « f PRCX If ATELY 62.18PCT FROM STATE, 
25.6<iPCT FPCK LOCAL, ANC 12.iePCT FRCf fEOERAL FUNDS. 



1 962-63 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE 



FINAL 
LEA AOH 



MAOISON COUNTY 2,875 

SALARIES 3,277,865 

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 640,890 

PURCHASED SERVICES 47,097 

SUPl>LIES L MATERIALS 365,598 

CAPITAL OUTLAY 10,153 

OTHER OBJECTS 828 

TOTAL 4.342,431 

PERCENT OF TOTAL 72.1 



FEDERAL 


482 


670 


105 


,550 


41 


031 


25Z 


907 


25 


,336 


4 


607 


912 


,101 




5.1 







• •«••••••• PER 


PUPIL EXPENDITURE 


••*••••• 














PERCENT 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


STATE 


FEOERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


OF TOTAL 


237,889 


3,998.425 


1140.13 


167.89 


82.74 


1.390.76 


66.4 


53,381 


799,820 


222.92 


36.71 


18.57 


278.20 


13.3 


193,091 


281,219 


16.38 


14.27 


67. 16 


97.81 


4.7 


215,438 


833,942 


127.16 


87.97 


74.93 


290.06 


13.8 


21,351 


56,840 


3.53 


8.81 


7.43 


19.77 


.9 


50,325 


55,760 


.29 


1.60 


17.50 


19.39 


.9 


771,474 


6,026.007 


1510.41 


317.25 


268.33 


2.095.99 


100.0 


12.8 


100.0 













11-165 



MARTIN 

R. Eugene Rogers, Supt. 
300 N. Watts St. 
Williamston, N. C. 27892 

10 Elementary Schools 
2 Secondary Schools 
2 Combined Schools 

1st Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1982-83 
FINAL 



1 



11 



12 TNH EXCP TOTAL 



ENRCLL 

AOH 

ADA 

MLC 

PRCM 

N-P 



40 3 
392 
372 
393 
38-^ 
9 



416 
A12 
39 7 
*17 



<H0 A46 
3SS 442 
388 430 



372 375 
45 23 



479 
4t9 
4J3 



425 
428 
417 



458 475 424 



455 
441 



468 
452 



416 472 
399 445 



488 508 
496 



466 



426 
18 



465 

4 



428 449 453 407 



10 



13 



385 429 
68 53 



364 
348 
328 



396 444 469 431 459 466 4 14 453 482 340 



389 
392 
366 
395 



322 351 

18 44 



25 
24 
22 
24 
24 



18 
18 
15 
19 
18 
I 



5728 
5631 
5391 
5604 
5288 
316 



1983-84 
FIRST HO K 



1 



8 



10 



11 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



ENROLL 403 426 387 392 435 460 438 457 463 461 459 413 352 24 17 5587 
AOH 399 426 385 39 1 435 458 437 455 463 457 454 40 8 350 23 17 5558 
ADA 389 418 379 386 428 452 428 442 454 441 436 392 333 22 16 5421 



i 962-60 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1962 Summer School Graduetes) 



INDIAN 



TOTAL AMERICAN 
INDIAN 



BLACK WHITE 



PU3LI: SR. INST NO 

PJULi: SR. OUT-STATE 
TCITAI 

PRIVATE SR. INST .>;c 
PRIVATE SR. O'JISTATE 
TOTAL 

Crv! COLLt TECH NC 

C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PSIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

TXJ?E, BUSINESS NC 
TRADE, BUSI OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

Mil IT4RY 

EMPLOYMENT 

OTHERS •• 

GRAND TOTAL •*• 



NLMBER 


PEPtENT 


88 


?3.0 


3 


o.e 


°l 


?3.« 


23 


t-. c 


1 


0.3 


24 


6.3 


99 


25.9 


1 


0.3 


190 


26.2 


7 


l.P 





0.0 


7 


1.8 


3 


O.R 


4 


1.0 


7 


1.8 


53 


13.9 


93 


2A.3 


7 


1.8 


3° J 


100.0 



• INCLUDES HISPANICS, ALASKAN NATIVES, AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
•-INCLUDES INFORMATION NOT AVAILABLE, MARRIED, ETC. 



11-166 



1960-64 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 

ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT SCURCE Cf FLNCS SJX SACE/ETHNIC CRIGIN 







l'< 


13 


1 


e 


6 






2 


2 






2 






3 


3 






3 


27 


2 


178 


16 


162 


108 


70 


15 


26 


102 


41 


61 


73 


2S 






28 


3 


25 


17 


11 




1 


7 
I 




7 
1 


1 


3 






10 




10 


e 


2 



CLASSIFICATICK STATE fECERAL LtCAL VCCAT TOTAL MALE FEfALE KUTE 

CFFICIAL,AD^'S..^'GRS. 5 2 5 1 13 6 7 11 

PRINCIPALS 14 

ASST PBINC, TEACHING 2 

ASST PRINCNONTE/CHING 3 

ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 136 13 

SECONDARY TEACHERS 57 4 

CTHER TEACHERS 24 4 

GUIDANCE 6 

PSYCHCLCCICAL I 

LieHARIAN, AUDIOVISUAL IC 

CONSULTANT. SUPERVISOR 

CTHER PRCFESSICNAL 

TEACHER AIDES 43 29 8 100 3 S7 52 

TECHNICIANS 

CLERICAL. SECRETARIAL 10 2 17 1 30 30 22 

SERVICE WCRKERS 88 18 106 24 82 37 

SKILLED CRAFTS 7 8 15 15 11 

LABORERS. UNSKILLED 

TOTAL 426 54 S8 31 609 111 498 352 

» VOCATICKAL TEACHERS' SALARIES APE PAIC «FPROX IMATELY 62.18PCT FROM STATE. 

25.64PCT FRCK LOCAL. AND 12.18PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNDS. 

1962-60 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 

AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE «•••••»••• pgt PUPIL EtPENOITURE •••••••< 



LEA 


FWAL 
AO*- 




STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


PERCENT 
Of TJTAL 


1ARTIN COUNTY 


5.631 






















SALARIES 




6 


.084,507 


963,911 


1,690.838 


8.739.256 


1080.54 


171.18 


300.27 


1.551.99 


67.7 


exPLOYEE BENEFITS 




1 


.208.911 


219,656 


365.279 


1.793.846 


214.69 


39.01 


64.87 


318.57 


13.9 


PURCHASED SERVICES 






110.999 


35,888 


497.809 


644,696 


19.71 


6.37 


68.4 1 


114.49 


5.0 


SUPPL Its C MATERIALS 






3 88.496 


440,095 


537,201 


1.365,793 


68.99 


78.16 


S5.40 


242.55 


10.6 


CAPITAL OUTLAY 






7,588 


61,073 


160,986 


229.647 


1.35 


10.85 


28.59 


40.79 


1.8 


OTHER OBJECTS 






688 


57,577 


71.346 


129.611 


.12 


10.23 


12.67 


23.02 


1.0 


TOTAL 




7 


801,188 


1,778,201 


3,323.460 


12.902.848 


1385.40 


315.80 


590.21 


2,291.41 


100.0 


PERCENT OF TOTAL 






60.4 


13.8 


25.8 


100.0 










1 



11-167 



McDowell 



Dr. Ronald Seifred, Supt. 
320 S. Main St., Box 130 
Marion, N. C. 28752 

8 Elementary Schools 

1 Secondary School 

2 Combined Schools 

8th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



l<;?2-83 


































FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


e 


9 


10 


11 


12 


THH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


FNROLL 


500 


!13 


554 


605 


eC9 


6C9 


633 


642 


580 


591 


592 


526 


4 64 


31 


21 


7470 


AOM 


itB't 


493 


532 


58 6 


5C9 


594 


610 


622 


562 


560 


545 


491 


440 


30 


21 


7171 


ADA 


444 


46 3 


505 


557 


568 


562 


581 


584 


521 


515 


508 


457 


4C8 


25 


18 


6716 


^•LD 


478 


487 


534 


579 


5S8 


6C0 


613 


624 


558 


544 


526 


46 8 


428 


30 


22 


7089 


PRCM 


448 


453 


5CS 


558 


585 


567 


605 


593 


544 


532 


473 


422 


412 


15 


22 


6758 


N-P 


30 


34 


29 


21 


13 


13 


8 


31 


14 


12 


53 


46 


16 


15 




331 


1983-84 


































FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


ENROLL 


5 18 


487 


476 


529 


574 


596 


588 


6 26 


598 


574 


581 


489 


457 


25 


22 


7 140 


Aoy 


516 


48 3 


47 3 


525 


573 


594 


585 


623 


594 


56 3 


571 


481 


451 


25 


22 


7079 


ADA 


489 


46 5 


459 


511 


554 


573 


565 


602 


5 70 


534 


543 


454 


424 


21 


21 


6785 



1962-60 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 19S2 Summer School Graduates) 



AMERICAN BLACK 
INDIAN 



PUBLIC $■?. INST NC 

?U?LIC SR. auT-STME 
TCIAL 

PKIVAl'E SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OUTSTATE 
T'JTAL 

COM"^ CCLLi TECh NC 
C.C. TECH CUT-STATE 
T3T4L 

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

TP;rE, BUSINESS NC 
TRASt, BUSI OUTSTATE 
TCTAL 

MILITARY 

EIPIOVMENT 

OTHERS •» 

GRAND TOTAL •*• 



i.a 

6.2 

2 0.2 

0.0 

20.2 

0.9 

0.2 
1.1 

0.9 
0.2 
l.l 

2.5 

45.0 
7.6 

100.0 



* INCLUDES HISPANICS, ALASKAN NATIVES, AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 

I •'INCLUDES INFCRf.ATION NOT AVAILABLE. MARRIED, ETC. 



11-168 



McDowel 1 



1963-64 Public School Personnel Summory 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNCENT 



SCURCE CF FLNCS 



P/lCe/ETHNIC CKI&IN 



CLASSIFICATION 



STATE FEDERAL ICCAL 



FEfALE WMTE BLACK OTHER 



CFFICIAL,AC»'S..fCRS. 


7 




PRINCIPALS 


11 




ASST PRINC, TEACHING 






ASST PRINC, NCNTEACHING 


8 




ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 


157 


13 


SECONDARY TEACHERS 


lis 


8 


OTHER TEACHERS 






GUIDANCE 


S 




PSYCHCLCCICAL 


1 




LIBRARIAN. ACCICVISUAL 


12 




CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOr 


1 




CTHER PRDFESSICNAL 




13 


TEACHER AICES 


8S 


10 


TECHNICIANS 






CLERICAL, SECRETARIAL 


17 


3 


SERVICE WORKERS 


45 




SKILLED CRAFTS 






LABORERS, UNSKILLED 






TCTAL 


*76 


47 



8 


7 


I 


8 




176 


11 


165 


171 


5 


159 


61 


te 


155 


3 


10 


l> 


6 


9 


1 


1 


I 




1 




12 




12 


12 




1 




1 


1 




15 




15 


12 


3 


105 


3 


102 


99 


6 


27 




27 


27 




111 


<.l 


70 


110 


1 



♦ VOCATICNAl TEACHERS' SALARIES «RE PAID A FPRCX I^-A lELY 62.18PCT FROM STATE, 
25.tAPCT FRCK LOCAl . AND 12.18PCT FRC*" FEDERAL FIjNDS. 



i 962-63 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



ANOLNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE 





FINAL 


















LEA 


AOM 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


HCOOwELL COUNTY 


7,171 


















SALARIES 




7,1^24,264 


794,066 


996,634 


9.014.964 


1007.43 


110.73 


138.98 


1.257.14 


EMfLOYEE BENEFITS 




1,<^48,526 


183,697 


224.670 


1.856,893 


2 02.00 


25.62 


31.33 


258.95 


PUKCHASEO SERVICES 




91,832 


64,920 


238,846 


395,598 


12.81 


9.05 


33.31 


55,17 


SUPPLIES t MATERIALS 




'•69,824 


351,235 


841.619 


1,662.678 


65.52 


48.98 


117.36 


231.86 


CAPITAL OUTLAY 




32,984 


56,657 


30.591 


120,232 


4.60 


7.90 


4.27 


16.77 


OTHER OBJECTS 




10,083 


36.343 


77,317 


123,744 


1.41 


5.07 


10.78 


17.26 


TOTAL 




9.;:77.513 


1.486.918 


2.409,678 


13.174.109 


1293.77 


207.35 


336.03 


1.837.15 


PERCENT OF TOTAL 




70.4 


11.3 


18.3 


100.0 











*••*•••••• PER PUPIL EKPENOITURE »••»••• 



68.4 

14.2 

3.0 

12.6 

.9 



11-169 



MECKLENBURG 

Dr. Jay M. Robinson, Supt. 
701 E. Second St., Box 30035 
Charlotte, N. C. 28230 

73 Elementary Schools 
10 Secondary Schools 
20 Combined Schools 

6th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1982-83 
FIN*L 



1 



10 



11 



12 THH EXCP TOTAL 



ENRCLL 5278 53A^ 5225 5293 ^'i'^^ 5915 6381 6702 6251 5664 6334 5127 A624 

AOM 5032 5113 5C26 5097 52£4 5727 6181 6429 5996 5381 5867 4791 4459 

ADA 4708 4t5e 4810 4876 5C58 5478 5891 5992 5529 4913 5276 4353 4213 

MLD 5029 5C8S 5026 5080 ;2£1 5714 6187 6396 5928 5276 5582 4583 44C2 

PRCM 4808 4691 4829 4830 5163 5587 5970 5571 5249 4402 4522 3921 42C5 

N-P 221 398 197 250 118 127 217 825 6 79 874 1060 662 197 



276 


835 


74702 


274 


846 


71505 


246 


768 


66969 


278 


873 


70724 


278 


827 


64853 




46 


5871 



1983-84 
FIRST MO 



10 



11 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



ENROLL 4944 5397 4961 5075 5050 5324 5797 6616 6425 6133 5906 5119 4518 285 786 72336 
ADv 4885 5359 4925 5050 5015 5292 5758 6563 6372 6058 5863 5064 4496 282 772 71751 
ADA 4736 5214 4803 4924 4899 5173 5609 6314 6102 5779 5606 4853 4390 252 738 69392 



1 962-63 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer School Graduates) 



A1EKIC/SN 


BLACK 


WHITE 




INDIAN 






PU?LIC SR. INST NC 




150 


553 


PJ.-'Li; SR. OUT-STATE 




9 


*3 


T UT 4 L 




159 


596 


P;<IVATE SS. INST NC 




19 


83 


PRIVATE SR. OUTSTATE 




7 


'lO 


TOTAL 




26 


123 


CCHM COLL, TECH NC 




11* 


279 


C.C. TECH CUT-STATE 




It 


8 


TOTtL 




119 


287 



P?.;VAU JR. COLL NC 
PRIV1' e JR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 



TOTAL AMERICAN 
INDIAN 



TOTAL 
NUMBER PEPCENT 



717 

52 

769 

103 
A8 
151 

'.OO 

12 

*12 

66 



TRAJc, BUSINESS 


NC 





8 


20 


3 


31 


TmDE, bus: 


OUTSTATE 





3 


7 





10 


TPTIL 









11 


27 


3 


*1 


MIL I TAR Y 






I 


1*2 


91 





235 


E''PLO'MENT 






1 


I 19 


186 


5 


311 


OTHERS •» 






c 


57 


101 


2 


160 


GRAND TOTAL 


**• 




5 


655 


1457 


31 


21*8 



173 
15 

188 



20 7 

2 

209 



530 
*8 
578 

107 

3* 

1*1 

297 

7 
30* 



108 

5 

113 



7? 2 

65 

787 

1*4 

*9 

r>'3 

517 
526 



H7 

15S6 



?I 

S3 8 

116 

9 

125 



185 


216 


7 


17 


192 


2J3 


*7 


;?2 


2*6 


557 


137 


297 


218* 


*332 



?3.? 

2.- 

3ti. 9 

5.7 
2.2 

7. 9 

21.2 

0.5 

21.7 

2.7 
0.2 
2.9 

5.0 
0.* 
5.* 

6.5 

12.9 

6.9 
100.0 



INCLUDES HISPANICS, ALASKAN NATIVES. AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
'INCLUDES INECRMATICN NOT AVAILABLE, MARRIED, ETC. 



11-170 



Mecklenburg 

1960-64 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT 




SCURCE 


Cf FLNCS 






SE 


X 


PACE/ETHNIC CRIGIN 


CLASSIFICATIC^ 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


iCCAL 


VCCAT 


TOTAL 


KALE 


FEHALE 


WUTE 


BLACK 


OTHER 


CFF!CIAl,AOfS.,MGRS. 


It 


1 


27 


1 


45 


37 


8 


38 


7 




PRINCIPALS 


1C2 








102 


77 


25 


76 


26 




ASST PPINCTEACHING 


-iC 








40 


10 


30 


24 


16 




ASST PRINC.KCNTEtCHIN.J 


S7 


2 


26 




125 


50 


75 


87 


38 




ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 


1272 




126 




139B 


73 


1325 


907 


483 


8 


SECONCARY TEACHERS 


H18 


126 


229 


288 


2061 


601 


1460 


1455 


5P8 


18 


CTHER TEACHERS 


69 




12 




81 


31 


50 


63 


18 




GUIDANCE 


65 


4 


2« 


10 


103 


24 


79 


70 


33 




PSYCHOLOGICAL 


28 


8 


57 




93 


28 


55 


79 


13 


1 


LIBRARIAN, AUDIOVISUAL 


C« 




58 




142 


4 


138 


101 


41 




CONSULTANT, SUPER VISOR 


23 


13 


25 


7 


65 


17 


48 


49 


15 




CTHER PROFESSIONAL 


57 


3 


17 




77 


5 


72 


59 


17 




TEACHER AICES 


87S 


*9 


1<.5 


t, 


1076 


92 


984 


614 


452 


10 


TECHNICIANS 


7 


7 


53 




57 


32 


35 


56 


10 




CI ERICAL, SECRETARIAL 


l'i7 


5 


223 


2 


377 


16 


361 


287 


E8 




SERVICE WCRKERS 


335 




5C8 




843 


293 


545 


325 


518 




SKILLED CBIFTS 


Ae 


112 




I 


161 


155 


6 


130 


30 




LABORERS, UNSKILLED 


11 


82 






93 


92 


1 


5? 


40 




TOTAL 


46^8 


408 


1530 


313 


6949 


1642 


5307 


44 72 


2433 


44 



♦ VDCATICf.AL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID iFPPQX I^ATEL Y 62.18PCT FROM STATE, 
25.64PCT FKCV LOCAL, AND 12.18PCT FRCf FEDERAL FUNDS. 

1962-63 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 

AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE »••••»•»»» per PUPIL E<PENDITURE 



LEA 


FINAL 
ADC 




STATE 




FEDERAL 




LOCAL 




TOTAL 


STATE 


XECKLENBURC COUNT 


71,505 




















SALARIES 




75 


55 1,656 


7 


,038,917 


33 


924,722 


116 


523,295 


1056.70 


EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 




14 


,98]. 541 


1 


445,367 


6 


,802.599 


23 


233,507 


209.57 


PuaCHASEO SERVICES 




2 


,253,247 




947,697 


14 


214,224 


17 


420,168 


31.58 


SUP?LltS t MATERIALS 




3 


,696,3*4 


3 


•824,896 


5 


704,241 


13 


225,501 


51.69 


CAPITAL OUTLAY 






11 SCSI 




187,872 


1 


505,940 


1 


805,894 


1.57 


OTHER OBJECTS 






12,920 




2 57,959 




316.588 




587,457 


.18 


TOTAL 




96 


62>,809 


13 


702,708 


62 


4*6.314 


172 


,795,832 


1351.29 


PERCENT CF TOTAL 






55.9 




7.9 




36.2 




100.0 





PERCENT 
LOCAL TOTAL CF TOTAL 



98.44 474.44 1,629.58 67.4 

20.21 95.13 324.91 13.5 

13.25 198.79 243.62 10.1 

53.49 79.77 184.95 7.7 

2.63 21.06 25.26 1.0 

3.61 4.43 8.22 .3 



11-171 



MITCHELL 

Douglas M. Greene, Supt. 

115 School Road, Route 3, Box 222 

Bakersville, N. C. 28705 

6 Elementary Schools 
1 Secondary School 

8th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1S82-83 


































FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


e 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


ENROLL 


186 


18S 


146 


18C 


188 


181 


232 


217 


230 


229 


218 


185 


185 


16 




2582 


AOM 


183 


188 


14E 


181 


168 


173 


225 


213 


223 


218 


209 


177 


177 


17 




2520 


ACA 


163 


174 


126 


IbS 


176 


163 


212 


198 


2 09 


19 8 


187 


159 


158 


15 




2317 


MLO 


181 


187 


15C 


179 


1?0 


173 


222 


210 


2 24 


214 


205 


173 


169 


15 




2492 


PRCM 


177 


181 


145 


179 


168 


172 


219 


209 


223 


207 


189 


166 


158 


15 




2428 


N-P 


4 


6 


5 




2 


I 


3 


1 


1 


7 


16 


7 


11 






64 


1983-84 


































FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


ENROLL 


196 


193 


184 


147 


187 


192 


174 


228 


210 


229 


214 


209 


175 


14 




2 552 


ADM 


19 4 


192 


184 


146 


187 


191 


174 


227 


209 


22 8 


212 


208 


174 


15 




2 541 


ADA 


179 


181 


175 


139 


179 


183 


167 


219 


203 


218 


200 


191 


161 


14 




2406 



i 962-63 High School Groduote Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer School Graduates) 



AMERICAN 
[NOUN 



TOTAL AMERICAN 
INOIA»J 



pj'.-l:: sr. inst ^c 
pjoLi; s»;. C'UT-sTAie 
tctal 

PSIvi^E 5e. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

CCMH COLL, TECH NC 

C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIViTS JR. CCLL NC 
PPIViTE JR. OUTSTATE 



TRADE. BUSINESS NC 
TRADE, SUSI OUTSTATE 

TOTAL 

MILITARY 
EMPLOYMENT 
OTHLRS •• 
G^AND TOTAL •*• 



NUMBER 


pt PC F N T 







15 

2 
IT 


q. •» 

1.? 

10.'. 


IT 

V 

2', 


1 0.6 
',.3 
1*.<) 


53 

1 

5', 


^2.'i 

0.6 
33.5 


I 
5 


?. 5 
0.0 
3.1 


2 
Z 


1.2 
1.2 

2.5 


5 


3.1 


".Z 


26.1 


10 


h.Z 


161 


ICO. 



I'ICLUDES HISPANICS, ALASKAN NATIVES, AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
"INCLUDES INFCRMATIUN NOT AVAILABLE, MARRIED, ETC. 



11-172 



Mitchell 



1963*64 Public School Personnel Summery 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITV ASSIGNMENT SCUBCE Cf FUNCS SEX P*CE/ETHNIC CBICIN 

CLaSSIFICATICN state FECERAL ICCAL VCCAT TOTAL f'ALE FEf-ALE tiUTE BLACK CTHER 



rFFICIAL,AC>'S.,MCRS. 




1 


1 


PRINCIPALS 








ASST PRINC, TEACHING 








ASST PRINC, NCNIEACHIt.G 








ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 


73 


10 




SECONDARY TEACHERS 


3* 


1 


2 


OTHER TEACHERS 






1 


GUIDANCE 








PSYCHOLCGICAL 








LIBRARIAN, ALOICVISUAl 








CONSUL I ANT, SUPERVISOR 








OTHER PRCFFSSICNAL 




1 




TEACHER AICES 


3* 


5 




TECHNICIANS 








CLER ICAL, SECRETARIAL 








SERVICE WCRKSRS 


11 




•»3 


SKILLED CRAFTS 








LABORERS, UNSKILLED 


5C 






TOTAL 


23-* 


la 


'<<) 



1 1 1 

83 14 69 63 

10 A7 26 21 «7 

2 112 
12 2 2 

1 1 1 

5 5 5 

I 3 1 2 3 

3 *3 *3 «3 

1 1 1 

12 12 12 



50 27 23 50 

317 97 220 317 



• VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAIC A f PROX IMA TELY 62.18PCT FROM STATE, 
25.6<.PCT FROM LOCAL, AND 12.18PCT FRCK FECERAL FL'NOS. 



1962-60 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUI TS EXPENOEO BY SOURCE 



F INAL 
LEA AOK 



MITCHELL COUNTY 2,520 

SALARIES 2,8:5, 479 

tnfLOttC BENEFITS 5!-3,63l 

PURCHASED SERVICES 12,265 

SUPi-LIES £ MATERIALS 2:^3,314 

CAPITAL OUTLAY 2,74* 

OTHER OBJECTS ♦- 

TOTAL 3,6i7,*28 

PERCSr.M CF TOTAL 68.0 



FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


375,457 


402,593 


79,058 


100,603 


11,366 


222,761 


145,189 


287,997 


17,967 


10,615 


18,317 


36,504 


647,555 


1,061.073 


12.1 


19.9 





• *•••*•••* PER 


PUPIL EXPENDITURE 














PfCCf MT 


TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


Cr IJTAL 


3,603.728 


1121.22 


149.07 


159. 76 


1.4 30.05 


<.7.5 


733,292 


219.69 


31.37 


39.92 


290.96 


13. g 


246,3«>4 


4-87 


4.51 


e«.4o 


97.78 


4.6 


666,499 


92.58 


57.61 


U4.28 


264.47 


12.5 


31,326 


1.09 


7.13 


4.21 


12.43 


.6 


54,617 




7.27 


14.49 


21.76 


1.0 


5,336.056 


1439.4 5 


256.96 


421.06 


2,117.47 


100. 


100.0 













11-173 



MONTGOMERY 

Larry T. Ivey, Supt. 

441 Page St., P. 0. Box 427 

Troy, N. C. 27371 

8 Elementary Schools 
2 Secondary Schools 

4th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



l9fl2-83 


































FINiL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


i, 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


ENBCLL 


351 


362 


352 


344 


2'.l 


345 


371 


362 


3 44 


404 


297 


281 


239 


27 


7 


4437 


ADM 


3A2 


35C 


345 


34 3 


349 


342 


369 


359 


347 


370 


2 74 


258 


226 


24 


2 


4300 


ACA 


320 


aS'i 


333 


33C 


326 


330 


355 


341 


331 


345 


260 


244 


216 


22 


2 


4C99 


1L0 


^<fO 


353 


343 


34 7 


350 


342 


368 


355 


347 


339 


264 


246 


216 


24 


7 


4241 


PRCM 


321 


308 


31? 


339 


350 


342 


364 


347 


347 


279 


228 


223 


213 


24 


7 


4010 


N-P 


19 


45 


25 


e 






4 


e 




60 


36 


23 


3 






231 


1983-84 


































FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 





9 


10 


11 


12 


Tr«H 


EXCP 


TOTAL 



ENROLL 324 379 333 326 339 
AOy 320 378 334 326 339 
ADA 311 369 328 320 331 



351 


346 


378 


352 


405 


303 


237 


255 


22 


3 


4358 


351 


344 


375 


351 


393 


2 98 


234 


249 


22 


8 


4322 


344 


337 


36 5 


341 


377 


2 86 


226 


245 


21 


8 


4 209 



i 962-60 High Schooi Graduate Intentions 

(Inciudes 1962 Summer School Gradustn) 



AMERIC4N 
INOIAK 



TOTAL AMERICAN BLACK 
INDIAN 



PLUILIC SR. INST NO 

PUBLIC SP. CJT-STATE 
TDTJl 

r-9!VATE SR. INST NC 
?<;lVArE SP. OUTSTATE 

TCT4L 

CO""' COLLi TECh NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
T.ITat 

Pt I VATE Jft. COLL NC 
PPIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 

TCI4L 

TRADE, BUSINESS NC 
TRtrE. 8USI OUTSTATE 
TCTIL 

MILITARY 

EHPLOVMENT 
CTHiPS •» 
C^ANO TOTAL »*• 



15.0 
0.5 



8.9 
1.4 

10.3 

25.2 

1.4 

76. 6 

0.5 
0.0 

C.5 

0.5 
0.9 
1.4 

7.5 

J4. 1 



* INCLUDES HISPANICS. ALASKAN NATIVES, AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
••ISCLUOtS INFORMATION NOT AVAILABLE, MARRIED, ETC. 



11-174 



Montgomery 

1960-64 Public School Personnel Summory 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSICNKENT SrURC E CF FLNC5 SEX PACE/ETHNIC CRIGIK 



■CLASSIFICAT ICK STATE FECE04L tCCAL VCCAT TOTAL MALE FEKALE fcUTE BLACK TTHfR 



8 2 
1 1 



CFFICrAL,AO^'S.,^'GRS. 




PRINCIPALS 


10 


ASST PRINt, TEACHING 




ASST PRINC.NCNTEACHING 




ELEMENTARY TEAChERS 


123 


SECONOARY TEACHERS 


4% 


OTHER TEACHERS 




GUIDANCE 




PSYCHCLCGICAL 




LIBRARIAN.AUOIOVISUAt 




CONSULT ANT, SUPER VI sot 




CTHER PRCFESSICNAL 




TEACHER AlCES 


ft 


TECHNICIANS 




CLERICAL, SECRETARIAL 




SERVICE HCRKERS 


IS 


SKILLED CRAFTS 




LABORERS, UNSKILLED 




TOTAL 


292 



10 


10 


2 


2 


1*3 


21 


70 


32 


I 




5 


2 


I 





I 

3 1*3 21 122 122 

3 



3 


5 


7 


7 


3 


3 


62 


«6 


19 


Ifl 


57 


*8 



* VOCATRNAL TEACHERS.' SALARIES ARE PAID «FPRCX IKA TELY 62.18PCT FRCH STATE, 
25.6<.PCT FRCf< LOCAl , ANC 12.iePCT FRCM FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1 962-6 3 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 

AMOUNTS EXPENDED 8Y SOURCE »»•»»«»»» pgR pupiL EXPENDITURE 



LEA 


FINAL 
AOK 




STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 




TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


PERCENT 
CF TOTAL 


•^ONICOMERV COUNTY 


*,300 
























SALARIES 




A, 


.85,388 


60^,811 


586,832 


5 


,777,031 


1066.37 


140.65 


136.47 


1,343.49 


67.4 


EMPLOYEt BENEFITS 






■)20,751 


136,532 


130,879 


1 


,188.161 


214.13 


31.75 


30.44 


276.32 


14.0 


PURCHASED SERVICES 






5l,*05 


46,515 


265,146 




363,067 


11.95 


10.82 


61.66 


84.43 


4.2 


SUPPLIES & MATERIALS 






.;98,880 


363.437 


441,535 


1 


,103,852 


69.51 


84.52 


102.68 


256.71 


12.9 


CAPITAI OUTLAY 






6,905 


25,299 


2,838 




35.042 


1.61 


5.88 


.66 


8.15 


.4 


OTHER OBJECTS 






669 


48,479 


49,130 




98,278 


.16 


U.27 


11.43 


22.86 


1.1 


TOTAL 




5, 


163.998 


1.225,073 


1.476,359 


8 


565,431 


1363.73 


284.89 


343.34 


1,991.96 


100.3 


PERCENT OF TOTAL 






68.5 


14-3 


17.2 




100. 













11-175 



MOORE 

R. E. Lee, Supt. 

Hwy. 15-501 S., P. 0. Box 1180 

Carthage, N. C. 28327 

15 Elementary Schools 
3 Secondary Schools 

4th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



l<382-83 


































FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


ti 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


FNRCLL 


6<^2 


£S6 


6^.: 


62 8 


653 


694 


747 


769 


714 


769 


7 34 


673 


648 


41 


96 


9144 


ADM 


606 


678 


627 


613 


640 


682 


730 


751 


699 


730 


701 


644 


631 


39 


84 


8855 


ADA 


573 


6AS 


6C2 


59 2 


615 


657 


7C6 


720 


670 


698 


671 


615 


6CC 


36 


79 


8483 


MLD 


602 


67 6 


623 


62C 


635 


677 


728 


751 


702 


707 


678 


621 


625 


39 


83 


8767 


PRCM 


573 


626 


6C1 


609 


tlii 


666 


722 


739 


693 


643 


639 


569 


615 


34 


72 


8425 


N-P 


29 


5C 


2i 


11 


11 


11 


6 


12 


9 


64 


39 


52 


10 


5 


11 


342 


igSB-e'f 


































FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


ENFOLL 


574 


642 


658 


620 


6 32 


650 


687 


743 


749 


762 


683 


682 


625 


40 


75 


8822 


ADK 


571 


637 


650 


617 


632 


647 


679 


744 


747 


756 


675 


67 5 


619 


39 


72 


8760 


ADA 


550 


619 


634 


604 


618 


629 


665 


724 


726 


73 5 


658 


653 


601 


37 


68 


8521 



1 982-60 High School Groduote Intentions 

(Includas 1962 Summer Schod Graduatas) 



AMERIC4N BLACK 
INDIA'- 



PU3LIC SR. INST NC 

PUSLIC SR. auT-ST*Tt 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE SP.. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OUTSTATE 
TCTAL 

CC«M :OLL, TECH NC 
C.C. TECH CUT-STATE 
TOTAL 



PRIVATE JR. 
PRIVATE JR. 
TrTAL 



COLL NC 
OUTSTATE 



TRADE, BUSINESS MC 
TRADE, BUSI OUTSTATE 
rCTAL 

MILITARY 

EMPLOYMENT 
OTHERb •* 
GRAND TOTAL »*» 



MLE 
WHITE 



TOTAL AMERICAN 
INDIAN 



F E MAL E 
WHITE 





lOTAL 


... . 


_ — - — ._.-- 


NUMWEP 


PEPCENT 


177 
10 


7T.4 

1.6 

7Z.0 


29 

8 

?7 


1.3 
5.9 


16 5 


26.5 
0.3 


167 


26.3 


7 



1.1 
0.0 


7 


1.1 


1! 


U 


1.8 
0.0 
1.6 


1,2 


6.7 


190 


28.9 


'iZ 


6.7 


62 3 


100.0 



• INCLUDES HISPANICS, AlASKAN NATIVES, AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
••INCLUDES INFCfiMATlON NOT AVAILABLE, MARRIED, ETC. 



11-176 



Moore 



'f 960-64 Public School Personnel Summary 



(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY aSSIGNfENT 



SCURCE CF FLNCS 



P4CE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 



CLASSIFICATICN 



STATE FECFRAL ICCAL VCCAT TOTAL 



FEI'ALE I.HTE 



CFFICIAl,«C»'S.,fCRS. 
PRINCIPALS 
ASST PRINCtTEACHlNG 
ASST PRINCNrNTEACHIIlG 
ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 
SECONDARY TEACHERS 
CTHER TEACHERS 
CUinANCE 
PSYCHCLCGICAL 
LIBRARIAN, AUDICVISUAl. 
CONSULTANT, SUP ERV I SOi; 
CTHER PRCFESSICNAL 
TEACHER AIDES 
TECHNIC lAKS 
CLERICAL, SECRETARIAL 
SERVICE WCRKERS 
SKILLED CRAFTS 
LABORERS, UNSKILLED 
TOTAL 



IC 




25 


e 


I 


3 


3 


3 




IS 






3 




4 


3 


2 


* 


ICI 

1 


16 


4 
7 


24 


4 


12 


2<; 


68 


3 



5 


5 




S 




18 


16 


2 


15 




2 


7 




1 




6 


6 




S 




266 


3*. 


232 


208 


57 


1*7 


73 


T, 


121 


76 


35 


12 


23 


30 




12 


1 


U 


11 





10 


5 


5 


121 


3 


118 


8 


4 


4 


•tX 




41 


100 


23 


77 



♦ VOCATIONAL TEACHER'.' SALARIES *RE PAIC »FPRC» I''ATELV 62.18PCT FROM STATE. 
25.6APCT FRO** LOCAl , ANC 12.18PCI FRCH FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1962-63 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUJTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE 



»»*••*•••• PER PUPIL EtPENOITURE 



LEA 


FINAL 
AON 




STATE 


FEDERAL 




LOCAL 




TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


HOORE COUNTY 


8.8S5 
























SAURIES 




9 


,502,4.92 


1.138,799 


2 


2JS.211 


12 


,876,502 


1073.12 


128.61 


252.42 


l,4b4.15 


EHPLOYEE BENEFITS 




1 


873,250 


218,481 




402,587 


2 


,494,318 


211.55 


24.67 


45.46 


281.68 


PURCHASED SERVICES 






in, 792 


125.045 


1 


033,241 


1 


,278,078 


13.53 


14.12 


116.68 


144.33 


SUPPLIES t MATERIALS 






6.8,616 


594.092 


1 


,133,276 


2 


,375,983 


73.25 


67.09 


127.98 


268.32 


CAPITAL OUTLAY 






18,762 


77,393 




20,157 




116,312 


2.12 


8.74 


2.28 


13.14 


OTHER OBJECTS 






980 


89,722 




111,693 




202,395 


.11 


10.13 


12.61 


22.85 


TOTAL 




12 


1 S3, 891 


2,243.531 


4 


936,165 


19 


343,587 


1373.68 


253.36 


557.43 


2.184.47 


PERCENT OF TOTAL 






62.9 


11.6 




25.5 




100.0 











66.6 
12.9 
6.6 
12.3 



11-177 



NASH 

Cecil E. Stroud, Supt. 
930 Eastern Ave. 
Nashville, N. C. 27856 

15 Elementary Schools 
2 Secondary Schools 
2 Combined Schools 

3rd Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1<;E2-83 


































FINAL 


K 


I 


2 


3 


< 


5 


6 


7 


8 


q 


10 


11 


12 


THH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


ENRCLL 


866 


e86 


861 


8A8 


e<9 


882 


961 


911 


933 


839 


847 


744 


613 


24 


30 


11114 


AC*^ 


846 


86C 


831 


825 


845 


861 


942 


884 


896 


807 


780 


681 


6C1 


25 


29 


10T13 


ADA 


79 5 


821 


8CC 


794 


ei4 


826 


897 


828 


780 


742 


708 


624 


551 


21 


25 


10026 


MLO 


848 


668 


627 


831 


843 


856 


938 


873 


8 82 


789 


741 


654 


5^6 


25 


28 


J 0599 


PROM 


786 


755 


775 


806 


831 


854 


930 


849 


847 


763 


645 


56 


574 


17 


U 


10C03 


N-P 


62 


113 


5J 


25 


12 


2 


8 


24 


35 


26 


96 


94 


22 


8 


17 


596 


l<?83-8't 


































FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 



ENPOLL 812 
AOK 799 
ADA 764 



909 


817 


8 38 


815 


851 


862 


96 


894 


873 


3 49 


731 


594 


22 


14 


10841 


90 


805 


831 


805 


845 


8 54 


944 


8 79 


858 


827 


708 


583 


22 


14 


10674 


870 


781 


806 


7 83 


819 


825 


89 7 


811 


78 8 


748 


63 9 


5 37 


19 


13 


10100 



1 962-60 High School Graduate intentions 

(Includes 1982 Swrvner School Graduates) 



AMEHICAM BLACK 
INDIAN 



TOTAL AMERICAN BLACK 
INDIAN 



C'jeLIC SP. INCT NC 

cj''-Li: SP. oui-STATi 

TJ'AL 

PRIVATE 5». INST NC 
P!»I7ATE SB. CUT5TATE 
TTTAL 

CCM :CLL, TECH NC 

C.C. TECh C'JT-STATE 

i':r»L 

P-.IVATE JR. CCLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. GUTSTATE 
TiTAL 

T?1DE. BUSINESS NC 
1=e3t, eUSI CUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

MllI-'AliY 

EVIPLCVMENT 
OTHERS •» 

Grand total •»» 




33 


3 

'.8 


0.5 

e.2 


125 



125 


1 
182 


31.1 

0.2 

31.3 


13 



2Z 

1 


3.S 
0.2 



• INCLUDES HISPANICS, ALASKAN NATIVES. AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANOEf.S 

• •INCLUDES INECRMATICN NOT AVAILABLE, MARRIED, ETC. 



11-178 



Nash 

1960-64 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 

ACTIVITY ASSIGKf-ENT SOURCE CF FtNCS SEX P/iCE/ETHNIC CRir.IN 

CLASSIFICATICS STATE ffCERAl ICCAL VCCAT TOTAL f-ALE FEMALE WUTE BLACK OTt'EB 



CFFICIAl,<C^'S.,^'GRS. 


3 




PRINCIPALS 


I? 




ASST PPINC, TEACHING 






ASST PRINCNOMEACHING 


H 




ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 


226 


26 


SECONDARY TEAChEPS 


115 


22 


CTHER TEACHERS 


S5 


8 


GUIDANCE 


10 


'k 


PSYCHOLOGICAL 






LIBRARIAN, AUOICVISUAL 


17 




CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 


3 


2 


CTHER PRCFESSICNAL 


5 


2 


TEACHER AICES 


133 


12 


TECHNICIANS 






CLERICAL. SECRETARIAL 


2« 


3 


SERVICE WORKERS 


55 




SKILLED CRAFTS 


11 




LABORERS. UNSKILLED 


1 




TOTAL 


731 


79 



1<. 9 5 8 6 

267 l^i 253 185 82 

1<>1 42 99 99 <<2 

152 55 97 110 *2 

16 1 15 11 5 



10 


6 


57 




2 




46 


I 


59 


36 



* VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE P4IC A FFRCX !KA TELY 62.18PCT FRCM STATE, 
25.64PCT FRCf LOCAL, AND 1/.18FCT FROM FEDERAL FLNOS. 

1962-63 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 

AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE •«»»«•«»,» pgR Pupn. EtPENOITURE »••»•» 

FINAL PfPCENT 

•■" *0'' STATE FEDERAL LOCAL TOTAL STATE FEDERAL LOCAL TOTAL OF TCTA 
NASH COUNTY 10,713 

SALARIES 10,936.871 1,841,991 2,074,759 14,853.621 1020.90 171-94 193.67 1,386.51. 69.4 

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 2,181,220 395,075 434,501 3.010,796 203.60 36.88 40.56 281.04 14. C 

PURCHASED SERVICES 221,902 35,965 675.269 933.136 20.71 3.36 63,03 87.10 4.4 

SUPPLIES t MATERIALS 773.805 591,064 907,318 2,272,187 72.23 55.17 64,69 212.09 L0.6 

CAPITAL OUTLAY 4,689 82.413 42,063 129,165 .44 7.69 3.93 12.06 .6 

OTHER OBJECTS 2,298 67,850 134,979 205,127 .21 6.33 12.60 19.14 1.0 

^°'*'- 14,120,78* 3,014,358 4,268,889 21,404,031 1318.09 281.37 398.48 1,997.94 100. 

PERCENT OF TOTAL 66.0 14.1 19.9 100. 



11-179 



Rocky Mount 

Dr. Larry Coble, Supt. 
800 Fairview Rd., Box 1260 
Rocky Mount, N. C. 27801 

8 Elementary Schools 
1 Secondary School 
1 Combined School 

3rd Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1982-83 


































FIN/iL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


« 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


ENRCLL 


446 


438 


476 


42 2 


452 


462 


505 


556 


5 52 


569 


544 


424 


489 


23 


32 


6390 


AOM 


431 


43C 


465 


42 1 


445 


429 


490 


551 


531 


551 


507 


417 


475 


22 


35 


6200 


ADA 


412 


412 


44S 


407 


431 


414 


467 


520 


490 


510 


468 


387 


438 


20 


32 


5857 


MLC 


432 


429 


470 


43C 


447 


431 


488 


545 


528 


542 


484 


410 


461 


22 


36 


6155 


PROM 


406 


39S 


457 


415 


431 


428 


485 


537 


4 33 


49 7 


4 39 


370 


424 


22 


36 


5779 


N-P 


26 


30 


13 


15 


16 


3 


3 


8 


95 


45 


45 


40 


37 






3 76 


1983-84 


































FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


ENROLL 


400 


459 


404 


459 


411 


428 


446 


490 


585 


534 


547 


443 


422 


21 


28 


6077 


ADM 


393 


450 


402 


454 


405 


426 


443 


487 


576 


526 


5 37 


438 


424 


21 


27 


6 009 


ADA 


381 


437 


394 


443 


395 


416 


430 


468 


546 


502 


515 


417 


399 


20 


25 


57Pe 



<( 962-63 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer Schod Graduatae) 



AMERICiN 



TOTAL AMERICAN 
I HO I A^ 



P'.'BllC SR. 
P If 1.1: SP . 

■'rTAL 



INST ^C 

:^IJT-STATE 



P'TVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OUTSTATE 
T:,TiL 

CO'IV :CLL, TECh "JC 

C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

P? IVATE JR. CCLL NC 
PrIVATE JR. CUTSTATE 
TCTAL 

T'AOE, SUSINESS NIC 
TkADE. BUSI OUTSTATE 
fCTAL 

MILITARY 

E^^PLOVMENT 

OT"ERS •* 

GRAN3 TOTAL •♦• 



?9.2 

0. ^ 
20.7 

<<.0 

1 1.3 

20.0 

^c.5 



1.7 

0.° 
2.6 

17.2 

5.9 

3.8 

100.0 



• INCLUDES HISPAMCS. ALASKAN NATIVES, AND ASIAN PR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
••INCLUDES INFCRXATION NOT AVAILABLE, MARRIED, ETC. 



11-180 



Rocky Mount 

i 903-84 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-tiine personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT SCURCE CE FLNCS tev „.,, ^ 

.LUKLC L^ 1-tKLi SEX BACE/CTHNIC CRIGIf; 



■CLASSIFICATICN 



STATE FECEBAl ICCAL VCCAT TOTAL MALE FEVALE V.HrE RLACK OThF-J 



CFFICIAI,*0>'S.,>'CRS. 7 2 

PRINCIPALS ic 

ASST PRINC, TEACHING 

ASST PRINC, NCNTEACHING 7 

ELEMENTARY TEACHERS He 13 

SECONDARY TEACFEPS (g 

CTHER TEACHERS i j 

GUIDANCE J 

PSYCHOLCGICAL i 

LIBRARIAN, AUDIOVISUAL 10 

CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 

CTHER PRCFESSICNAL 1 3 



2 




9 


S 


« 


18 




179 


8 


171 


12 




100 


19 


81 


I 


27 


32 


15 


17 


t, 


1 


12 

1 


3 


9 

1 


1 




11 




U 



TEACHER AICES 70 

TECHNICIA^S 

CLERICAL, SECRETARIAL 15 

SERVICE WORKERS 34 

SKILLED CRAFTS 

LABORERS, UNSKILLED 

TOTAL .„, 



1 
10 
53 
14 



* 25'^6lprT*rJv*I^I^."^' SALARIES ARE PAID A FFPCUMA mr^- 18PCT FROM ST/ITE, 
25.6'.PCT FRC^' LOCAL, AND 1.-.I8PCT FRCP FEDERAL FLNCS. 

1 962-63 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 

AMOUNTS EXPENOEO BY SOURCE »»»».•»»•• per PUPIL EKPENOITURE •••»•♦«. 



LEA 
ROCKY HOUNT CITY 

SALARIES 

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 

PURCHASED SERVICES 

SUPPLIES t MATERIALS 

CAPI TAL OUTLAY 

OTHER OBJECTS 

TOTAL 
PERCENT OF TOTAL 



FIMAL 
ADM 




STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 




TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


PERCENT 
OF TUTAL 


6,200 


























6 


,339,692 


689,782 


2.026,321 


9 


.055,995 


1022.56 


111.26 


326.83 


1,460.65 


68.8 




1 


,22^,340 


1^2,284 


403,790 


1 


,770,414 


197.47 


22.95 


65.13 


285.55 


13.4 






*39,317 


54,039 


561,322 


1 


,054.678 


70.86 


8.72 


90.54 


170.12 


e.o 






199,005 


♦ 42,357 


471,579 


1 


112,941 


32.10 


71.35 


76.06 


179.51 


a.D 






2.686 


55,902 


17.504 




76,092 


.43 


9.02 


2.82 


12.27 


.6 






31 


10,942 


75,949 




86,922 


.01 


1.76 


12.2 5 


'4.02 


.7 




8, 


205,271 
62.4 


1,395.306 
10.6 


3,556.464 
27.0 


13 


157,042 
100.0 


1323.43 


225.06 


573.63 


2.122.12 


100-0 



11-181 



NEW HANOVER 

Dr. Richard F. Flyrm, Supt. 
1802 S. 15th St., Box 390 
Wilmington, N. C. 28401 

20 Elementary Schools 
3 Secondary Schools 
7 Combined Schools 

2nd Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1S82-83 
FINAL 



1 



10 



11 



12 THH EXCP TOTAL 



ENROLL 1369 lAU 13S3 1365 US^ 1563 1715 1877 IT*'* 1563 1986 1400 13C3 

AOM 1306 13A8 13^0 131C l'i^3 1517 1646 1797 1660 1491 1757 1288 1217 

ADA 1216 1282 1215 1252 1361 1443 1560 1672 1538 1373 15 52 1172 UCl 

MLD 1305 1348 1332 1308 14ZS 1519 1639 1783 1633 1470 1638 1224 1165 

PRCM 1232 1204 1247 1253 1379 1471 16C3 1501 1416 1362 1285 1110 1052 

N-P 73 14-^ 85 55 5C 48 36 282 2 17 108 353 114 113 



81 


?Z'> 


20491 


82 


219 


19421 


73 


2C1 


18091 


82 


224 


19099 


82 


221 


17418 




3 


16 81 



1982-84 
FIRST MO 



10 



11 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



ENROLL 1235 1432 1325 1325 1347 1470 1529 1845 1722 1595 1872 1346 1252 76 21; 19586 
ADV 1223 1425 1315 1315 1337 1454 1514 1832 1708 1585 19 15 1321 1231 75 211 19361 
ADA 1178 1380 1278 1282 1300 1418 1469 1766 1631 1512 1688 1254 1168 71 1S*9 13594 



1962-63 High School Graduate Intentions 



(Includes 1982 Summer School Graduates) 













MLE 










FflALE 












Ci mL 












, 






, 








_-- 










— 






AME^ IC«N 


BLACK 


WHITE 


OTHER* 


TOTAL 


AMERICAN 


BLACK 


WHITE 


OT 


HER* 


TOTAL 


NiJ^BE 


H 


PEFCE^IT 






IN3 


IAN 










I MD I A N 


















PoPL IC SS-. 


l':ST NC 




C 


35 


170 


2 


207 





77 


20 7 




1 


28 5 


•ii2 




'. ," . ! 


PVrl. IC S«. 


OUT-STATE 







1 


7 





8 





2 


4 







'' 


!'• 






TUT.-.L 









36 


177 


2 


215 





79 


711 




1 


29 ! 


'0^ 






''IVl'F SP 


. INST NC 




c 


6 


20 





26 





13 


2'. 







37 


63 




5.1 


?-I /iTE SK 


. OUTSTATt 




c 


3 


2 





5 








t. 







'• 


" 




^,-i 



ICI'^ COLL, TECH NC 

;.C. TECH L\JT-STATE 



PFIVATE JP. CCLL MC 
P^T'.'MF JR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

TFA1E, BUSINESS NC 
Til'JE, S'JSI OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

rlL ITJRY 

F'',PLOi"<E\T 

CT^iRJ .. 

GRAN" TCAL •*• 



101 

2 

103 



211 


1 1.0 


! 1 


0. ^ 


22 2 


'9.? 


?h 


?.:■ 


1 


C.l 


27 


2.3 


65 


5.6 


<. 


0.3 


69 


5.9 



• r:CLJ3ES HISPAMICS, ALASKAN NATIVES, AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
»»INCLUaES INFCRMATION NOT AVAILABLE, MARRIED, ETC. 



11-182 



1963-64 Public School Personnel 3u Timor- 

(Full-time personnel only) 

ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT SCUPCE CF FINCS SEX PACE/ETHNIC CKir.IN 

CLASSIFICATICh STATE FECEPAl ICCAL VCCAT TCTAL VALE FE-ALE ViUTE BLACK Vh'^R 



CFFICIAl,AC^S.,fGRS. 


S 


PRINCIPALS 


30 


ASST PRINC, TEACHING 




ASST PRINC, NCNTEACHING 


le 


ELE-IFMARY TEACHERS 


3^*1 


SECONOARY TEACHERS 


31C 


OTHER TEACHERS 


S7 


GUIDANCE 


21 


PSYCHOLOGICAL 


ti 


LIBRARIAN, AUOICVISUAL 


3C 


CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 


t 


OTHER PRCFESSICNAL 




TEACHER AICES 


252 


TECHNICIANS 




CLERICAL, SECRETARIAL 


^7 


SERVICE HCRKERS 


67 


SKILLED CRAFTS 


12 


LABORERS, UNSKILLED 


5 


TOTAL 


1217 



20 


15 


5 


IS 


30 


21 


9 


20 


20 


li 


10 


18 


i^i, 


8 


346 


270 


424 


147 


277 


322 


203 


28 


175 


167 



2 32 

5 12 

5 5 

2 6 263 



5 


2 


260 


171 


4 


5 


93 


68 


156 


80 


22 


42 



22 27 

1247 66 3S3 88 1794 



* ^c^'xln^'"*'" ^E'^^HEP-^' SALARIES ARE PAIC i f FRCX IKA TELY 62.18PCT FR0.>1 STATE, 
25.64PCT FRCV LOCAL, ANC 12.18PCT FRCI" fECERAL FUNCS. 



1962-63 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



FINAL 



AHOONTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE »••»••»»•• pcR PUPIL E< PENOI TURf ••«»••• 

LE* 'adI!'" <t.t,: PEKCCHT 

*'*'E FEDERAL LOCAL TOTAL STATE FEDERAL LOCAL TOTAL OF TGTAl 

NEW HANOVER COUNT 19,421 

1'>,4V9,646 1.680,235 6,204,928 27,384,809 1004.05 86.52 319. 5C 1,410.07 69.7 

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS . qio ia-, 

J.'»19,147 360,398 1,152.178 5,431,722 201.80 18.56 59.33 279.69 13.8 

PyRfHASED SERVICES sos 7,n ,. I 

3U>,zzo 75,493 i, 563, 127 2,143,839 26.01 3.89 80.49 110.39 5.5 t 

SUPCLIES t MATERIALS i . I SO spj 

1.150,522 889,500 2,003,729 4,043,750 59.24 45.80 103.17 208.21 10.3 

12,566 94,830 17,135 124,531 .65 4.88 .88 6.41 3 

*'392 17,355 119,632 141,371 .23 .'9 6.16 7.28 

25.091,492 3.117.810 11,060,728 39,270.'- 1291.98 160.54 559,53 2,022.05 1 

PERCENI OF TOTAL <, _ 

"3«9 7.9 28.2 1'>3.D 



11-183 



CAPITAL OUTLAY 
OfHER OBJECTS 
TOIAL 



00. 



NORTHAMPTON 

Dr. Willis B. McLeod, Supt, 
Church Street, Box 158 
Jackson, N. C. 27845 

9 Elementary Schools 
2 Secondary Schools 

3rd Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



l<;82-83 


































FIN*L 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


ENROLL 


332 


313 


31S 


31C 


332 


362 


378 


408 


311 


452 


421 


337 


348 


28 


10 


4661 


ACM 


325 


31C 


312 


304 


325 


351 


371 


394 


3 03 


426 


388 


321 


340 


24 


9 


4503 


ADA 


309 


30C 


3CC 


29S 


316 


341 


361 


380 


292 


401 


365 


302 


321 


21 


7 


4315 


MLD 


324 


313 


314 


307 


324 


352 


373 


392 


301 


410 


378 


315 


338 


23 


9 


4473 


PRCM 


311 


273 


2£5 


290 


310 


326 


354 


344 


2 77 


33 8 


317 


288 


321 


23 


8 


■f'^bS 


N-P 


13 


4C 


29 


17 


14 


26 


19 


48 


24 


72 


61 


27 


17 




1 


408 


1983-84 
FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 



ENROLL 330 
ADM 321 
ADA 314 



■^45 


309 


3 06 


305 


340 


337 


389 


371 


33 8 


3 98 


330 


323 


34 1 


307 


304 


299 


336 


335 


387 


369 


334 


3 91 


324 


317 


334 


302 


301 


296 


333 


328 


379 


362 


326 


380 


314 


30b 



20 6 4447 
20 7 439? 
19 6 4299 



1962-63 Higli School Groduote Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer School Graduates) 



I NO I AN 



TOTAL AMERICAN 
INDIAN 



TCTAl. 



mraic s~. inst nc 

PJfLi; SC DUT-STATf 



0- I VI 


E 


5R 


INST \C 


POI ,'i. 


^E 


S = 


QUTSTATE 


TTT.-.I. 








ca"'\ 


OLL. 


TECH NC 


■ c.c. 


ECH OJT-STATE 


TCTiL 








PRIVATE 


JR 


CCLL NC 


^-.IVITE 


JR 


. OUTSTATE 


TJ'iL 









21.,: 

0.0 
2T.2 



TRA?E, BUSINESS NC 
T=ATE, BUSI OUTSTATE 
T:;TiL 



0.0 
1 .'i 



rlLI TARV 
EMf". nvMENT 
OTHERS •• 
GrA\.1 TOTAL 



» INCLUDES HISPANICS. ALASKAN NATIVES, AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
•"INCLUDES INFCftMATICN NOT AVAILABLE. MARRIED, ETC. 



11-184 



0.7 
100.0 



i' rthampton 

1960-64 Public School Personnai Summary 

(Full-tinw personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT 




SCUBCf 


Cf FLNCS 




SEX 


.'ACJ/ETHMC CflGI'. 


CLASSIFICATITN 


STATE 


FECERAl 


ICCAL VCCAT 


TCTAL 


HALE TEfALE 


UUTE fjl.ACK OTHER 



CFFICI*L,ACt'S.,yCRS. 


7 


1 


PRINCIPALS 


U 




ASST PBINC, TEACHING 






ASST PRINC.NONTEACHIMG 


3 




EL?HENTAPy TEACHERS 


113 


18 


SECUNDARY TEACHERS 


57 


5 


OTHER TEACHERS 


12 


13 


G'JIDANCE 


5 




PSYCHCLCGICAL 






LIBRARIAN, ALHICVISUAL 


11 




CONSULT ANT, SUPER VISOR 


2 


1 


CTHER PRCFESSICN«L 


3 


5 


TEACHER AIDES 


62 


lA 


TECHNICIANS 






CLERICAL, SECRETARIAL 


15 


3 


SERVICE ^CRKERS 


36 


20 


SKILLED CRAFTS 






LABORERS. LNSKILLED 






rcTAL 


337 


80 



11 11 3 9 

115 2 3 2 3 

I 9 2 7 18 



2 


3 


2 


7 


1 


75 




25 





67 



j^'^^IIr'^'L^"'-"^''^' SALARIES ARE PAID A FPRC X IHA 7ELY 62.13PCT FROM STATE, 
25.64PC7 FRCM LOCAL, AND 12.18PCT FRCM FEDERAL FLNn<;. 



1962-60 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



LEA 

NORTHAMPTON COUNT 
SALARIES 

E/<PLOYEE BENEFITS 
PURCHASED SERVICES 
SUPPLIES t MATERIALS 
CAPITAL OJILAY 
OTHER OBJECTS 
TOrtL 
PERCENT OF TOTAL 





AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE 








• *•**••••* PER 


PUPIL E<PENDITURE 


• i*«*t» 


FINAL 

AOM 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 




TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


lo:al 


TOTAL 


PtRCE'.T 
0^ TOTAL 


*,5C3 
























♦ .979,714 


1,393,49* 


774,371 


7 


,147,579 


1105.87 


309.46 


171.97 


1,587.30 


b6.2 




990,711 


291,479 


791,733 


2 


,073,924 


220.01 


64.73 


175.82 


460.56 


19.2 




61,097 


71.443 


226,868 




359,407 


13.57 


15.87 


50.38 


79.82 


3.3 




351,835 


438.219 


349,216 


1 


,139,271 


78.13 


97.32 


77.55 


253.00 


IC'.S 




16,273 


19,307 


6,218 




41,799 


3.61 


4.29 


1.38 


9.28 


.4 




1,235 


570 


38,466 




40,270 


.27 


.13 


8.54 


8.94 


.4 




6,400.665 


2.214,512 


2,186.872 


10 


802,249 


1421.46 


4S1.B0 


465.64 


2,398.90 


1.00-0 




59.3 


20.5 


20.2 




100.0 













11-185 



ONSLOW 



Everett L. Waters, Supt. 
Georgetown Road, Box 99 
Jacksonville, N. C. 28540 

16 Elementary' Schools 
5 Secondary Schools 
3 Combined Schools 

2nd Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



l<3e2-83 
FINAL 

FNROLL 

AOM 

ACA 

MLO 

PRCM 

N-P 



10 



11 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



1265 129S 12C2 1K6 12C5 ll';2 1188 1161 1115 1287 IZ'iS 1161 1C80 

1097 117C 1C£6 1037 11C9 11C6 11C9 1C90 1037 1159 1128 1058 1013 

1017 1109 1027 992 ICtC 1055 1060 1030 982 1082 1056 992 965 

1086 1168 1078 1028 1110 1113 1103 1C85 1025 1125 1095 1026 1013 

10<.2 1C53 ICC? 999 1029 105^ 1083 995 952 9<.6 1003 968 980 

't't 115 73 29 (1 59 20 90 73 179 92 58 33 



A7 


11^ 


15710 


52 


113 


l'^369 


A7 


IC8 


13582 


56 


119 


1A230 


56 


ica 


13273 




11 


957 



1983-8'r 
FIRST MO 



10 



11 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



ENIIOLL 12A6 1248 113A 1082 1102 1104 1134 1209 1114 1252 1083 1060 1051 48 118 !.'983 

AD^' 1227 1228 1114 1072 1081 1099 1124 1196 1101 1221 10 56 1041 1031 47 118 14756 

AD* 1172 1180 1081 1042 1046 1062 1089 1147 1054 116 6 1309 996 1005 43 113 14205 



1 962-63 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer School Graduates) 



AMERICAN 
INDIAN 



TOTAL AMERICAN 
INDIAN 



TCTA; 



P.J?UIC SR. INST NC 

t>j''L:; SR. oji-sTAit 



C:" • CCLL. TECH NC 

C.C. TiCM CJT-STATE 



113 


3 


lAO 


3 





3 


116 


3 


143 



1<.7 


2 


1R7 











147 


2 


1(17 



1.1 

6.9 



;2.5 



JR. CUTSTATE 



T?i3E, BUSINESS NC 
T^ADf. eUSI CUTSVATE 
TC TAL 



C-iERS •* 
G-^.'.'O TCTAL 



r.i 

100 7 



INCLUDES HISPANICS, ALASKAN \4TIVES, AND ASIAfJ OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
•INCLUDES INFCRMATION NOT AVAILABLE, MARRIED, ETC. 



II-1{ 



Onslow 

1963-64 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT 




SCUPCE Cf fLNCS 




SEX 


PACE/ETHNIC Ci<lGIM 


■CLASSIFICATICK 


STATE 


FECERAL LCCAL VCCAT 


TOTAL 


MALE FEMALE 


hUTE BLACK OThfH 



CFFICIAL,AC''S.,MCRS. 5 

PRINCIPALS 2^1 

ASSr OPINC, TEACHING 

ASST PRINC.NCNTEACHING It 

ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 36S 10 1 

SECONDARY TEACHERS 176 13 3 

OTHER TEACHERS 51 33 3 

GUIDANCE H 

PSYCHOLCGICAL 2 

LIBRARIAN, AUDICVISUAL 2C 5 

CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 3 5 6 

OTHER PRCFESSICNAL 2 1 

TEACHER AICES 188 10 3 

TECHNICIANS 2 5 

CLERICAL, SECRETARIAL 51 3 27 

SERVICE WORKERS 122 62 

SKILLED CRAFTS 12 3^ 

LABORERS, UNSKILLED 

TOTAL I0?7 74 I'O 





5 


i. 


1 


5 




2-; 


23 


1 


2? 




16 


13 


3 


14 


3 


383 


55 


328 


306 


3* 


226 


100 


126 


196 


16 


133 


21 


82 


90 




H 


5 


9 


13 




2 


1 


1 


2 




25 




25 


23 




!<. 


<> 


10 


13 




3 


1 


2 


3 


1 


202 




202 


161 




7 


7 




7 




81 


2 


7<5 


71 




IB't 


38 


1*6 


94 



» VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAIC A F FPC)' IMATEl Y 62.18PCT FROM STATE, 
25.64PCI FROM LOCAL, AND 12.18PCT FRCM FEDERAL FUNRS. 



1962-60 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 

AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE •»•»»»•«»» pjR Pis>IL E<P6N0ITURF 



STATE FEDERAL 



FINAL 

'•^* *■"< STATE FEDERAL LOCAL TOT 
0NSLOl< COUNTY 14,369 

SALARIES 14,290,438 1,681,848 2,302,789 18,275,075 994.53 117.05 160.26 1,271.84 

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 2,850,773 372.615 519.380 3,742,768 198.40 25.93 36.15 

PURCHASED SERVICES 256,938 54,759 920,079 1,231,776 17.88 3.81 64.03 

SUPPLIES C MATERIALS 904,848 949,038 1,502,462 3,356,348 62.97 66.05 1C4.56 

CAPITAL OUTLAY 31,459 106,741 36,024 174.224 2.19 7.43 2.51 

OTHER CSJECrS 3,93, 90.932 141,396 236,267 .27 6.33 9.84 

^'"*'- 18,338,395 3,255,932 5,422,130 27,016,457 1276.24 226.60 377.35 1,880.19 

PERCENT OF TOTAL ^7.8 ,2.1 20.1 100.0 



ENOITURF 






PEWCtNI 


TOTAL 


OF TOTAL 


271.84 


67.6 


260.48 


13.9 


85.72 


4.6 


233.58 


i2.4 


12.13 


. 6 


16.44 


,9 



11-187 



ORANGE 

Dr. Dan G. Lunsford, Supt. 
200 E. King Street 
Hillsborough, N. C. 27278 

5 Elementary Schools 
1 Secondary School 
1 Combined School 

5th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1982-83 




FINAL 


K 


ENROLL 


357 


ADM 


348 


ACA 


325 


MLO 


3<r6 


PRCM 


335 


N-P 


11 


1983-8'^ 




FIRST MO 


K 



10 



11 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



383 361 368 3S6 'tis «A9 '»'f3 4 59 411 434 306 3 IS 16 15 

277 357 356 3«1 408 444 432 444 388 408 292 311 16 13 

325 355 339 337 372 366 418 403 407 354 362 258 279 14 11 

J78 355 350 368 409 442 431 437 381 389 280 3C0 16 12 

335 358 338 34 1 377 394 439 428 384 341 328 211 282 16 12 



20 



1 



17 



11 



15 



53 



40 



61 



10 



11 



ENROLL 337 378 374 357 355 400 399 460 453 444 414 357 292 16 
AOM 335 375 373 357 357 400 395 455 451 439 409 352 290 16 
ADA 324 364 362 348 345 387 379 434 423 412 379 325 268 14 



5135 
4985 
4622 
4914 
4584 
330 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



5036 
5004 
4764 



19d2-d3 High School Groduote Intentions 

(Includes 1962 Summer Schod Graduates) 



A1E». IC4N BLACK 
I NO 1 4 N 



TOTAL AMERICAN BLACK 
INDIAN 



►".^IVAIE SR. INST NC 

^■<r.'iT5 SR. CUTSTATE 
TlTiL 



:CLL, TECH NC 

TECH OUT-STATE 



o.a 

25.5 



o = lvATE JR. COLL NC 
r^IVAIE Jk. OUTSTATE 
T.TAL 

T5A0E. BUSINESS 'JC 
TU.ACE, BUSI OUTSTATE 
TCTAL 

•4Il:tary 

em.plo*hent 

OTHERS •• 
r.-.AND TOTAL ••» 



O.C 

1 . n 



CO 



3.9 
■5'..0 



INCLUDES HISPAMCS. ALASKAN NATIVES, AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
'INCLUDES INFCR^ATION NOT AVAILABLE. MARRIED, ETC. 



11-188 



Orange 

1963-64 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVIIV ASStCNKENT SCURCE CF FtNCS SEX PaCE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 

CL*SSIFICATIC^ STATE FECERAl ICCAL VCCAT TOTAL MALE FECALE hUTE BLACK OTHER 



3 


3 


03 


Tl 


90 


101 


19 


20 


3 


t, 



t, 


4 


2 


86 


38 


52 


2 


2 


\ 


26 


17 


10 



tFFICI/iL.<C''S.,fCRS. 3 1 t, t, 

PRINCIPALS 7 .76 

ASST PRINC, TEACHING 

ASST PRINCtNONTEACHING t 3 9 6 

ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 90 9 9 109 5 

SECONDARY TEACHERS ?8 3 27 21 1*9 59 

CTHER TEACHERS 19 5 2* 5 

GUIDANCE 2 1 2 S 2 

PSVCHOLCGICAL I 1 1 

LIBRARIAN, AUOICVISUAL 6 2 8 

CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 2 2 

CTHER PRCFESSICNAL 4 116 2 

TEACHER AICES 59 9 18 A 90 A 

TECHNICIANS 1 2 3 1 

CLERICAL, SECRETARIAL 8 19 27 I 

SERVICE hC«KERS 12 51 63 5 

SKILLED CRAFTS 7 5 12 12 

LABORERS, UNSKILLED 11 ' 11 11 . 

TOTAL 33* 24 143 28 529 124 ' 

• VOCATICNAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID < FPRC X IFA TEL Y 62.18PCT FROM STATE, 

25.6'.PCT FRO" LOCAL, AND 12.18PCT FRCH FECERAL FLNCS. 



1962-60 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 

AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE •»•«•«•••» per PUPIL EXPENDITURE ••»••••« 

PERCENT 
BOERAL LOCAL TOTAL CF TOTAL 

97.97 411. 3« 1,544.10 68.5 

22.08 84.99 312.90 13.9 

1.67 S5.51 133.26 5.9 

37.34 143.68 253.53 11.2 

1.23 2.62 4.53 .2 

6.48 6.67 .3 



LEA 


FINAL 

ADM 




STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 




TOTAL 


STATE 


ORANGE COUNTy 


4,985 
















SALARIES 




5 


158,336 


488,380 


2,050,647 


7 


,697,364 


1034.77 


EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 




1 


026,084 


110,090 


42 3,696 


1 


,559,870 


205.83 


PURCHASED SERVICES 






179,847 


8,318 


476,105 




664,270 


36.08 


SUPPLIES L MATERIALS 






361,449 


186,151 


716,228 


1 


,263,828 


72.51 


CAPITAL OUTLAY 






3,380 


6.121 


13,086 




22,537 


.68 


OTHER OBJECTS 






932 




32,321 




33,254 


.19 


TOTAL 




6 


730,029 


799,060 


3,712,082 


11 


,241,171 


1350.06 


PERCENT OF TOTAL 






59.9 


7.1 


33.0 




100.0 





11-189 



Chapel Hill 



Dr. Pamela Mayer, Supt. 
Merritt Mill Road 
Chapel Hill, N. C. 27514 

6 Elementary Schools 
1 Secondary School 
3 Combined Schools 

5th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1^82-83 


































FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


ENROLL 


367 


228 


372 


336 


363 


379 


401 


512 


471 


465 


4 70 


373 


376 


14 


34 


5261 


kOf. 


351 


3i; 


36C 


321 


351 


368 


391 


50? 


459 


455 


438 


358 


3t2 


13 


48 


5092 


ADA 


330 


30C 


345 


310 


329 


353 


373 


479 


438 


429 


419 


343 


342 


13 


47 


4860 


MLD 


352 


30 S 


360 


32 1 


353 


370 


390 


503 


4 56 


456 


432 


358 


356 


14 


55 


5035 


PRCf 


338 


2S7 


357 


320 


253 


366 


383 


467 


4 29 


413 


386 


327 


343 


14 


49 


4842 


N-P 


14 


12 


3 


1 




4 


7 


36 


27 


43 


46 


31 


13 




6 


243 


1983-84 
FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


1.0 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


ENFOLL 


365 


35<3 


298 


350 


312 


363 


346 


401 


490 


466 


464 


395 


348 


18 


87 

88 


5 062 
5010 
4861 


ADM 


358 


353 


293 


346 


307 


362 


344 


39 8 


4 87 


46 2 


459 


390 


345 


18 


AD* 


345 


342 


285 


340 


300 


350 


336 


389 


4 70 


446 


^►44 


377 


333 


17 


87 



1962-60 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer School Graduates) 



AME(^IC»N BLACK WHITE OTHER* TOTAL AMERICAN BLACK rtHlTf UTHER' 

1N0IA\ INDIAN 



PUSLIC 5R. INST NC 

PJ^LlL SK. OUT-STATE 
TC'AL 

PRIVATE SP . INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OUTSTATE 

rc^AL 

C0"1 :OLL, TECH NC 

C.C. TEC^ CUT-STATE 
TCAL 

PRIVATE JP. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
T:TiL 

ThA?E, BUSINESS NC 
TsiDE, BUSI OUTSTATE 

TOTAL 

•MILITARY 
guTLOVMENT 
OI-<ERS »» 
C.RA'.D TOTAL »•• 



i-'.o 


4 1.7 


7 


i:. 1 


l(-J 


'•0.0 


2t 


7.2 


35 


'^.7 


fcl 


!6.9 


<.2 


:1. 7 





O.C 


42 


1 i .7 


1 I 


3.1 


I 


0.3 


12 


}.3 





0.0 





0.0 





■0.0 



INCLUDES HISPANICS, ALASKAN NATIVES, AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 

■INCLUDES INFCBMATION NOT AVAILABLE, MARRIED, ETC. 



11-190 



Chapel Hill-Carrborc 

1960-64 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY 4SSIGNKENT 




SCUPCC 


CF FLNCS 




SEX 


PACE/ETHNIC CRICIN 


CLASSIFICATICN 


STATE 


FECERAl 


(.CCAL VCCAT 


TUTAL 


MALE FEMALE 


^.UTE BLACK OTHER 



CFFICIAL,AC>'S.,>'CRS. 


t 




5 


PRINCIPALS 


10 






ASST PRINC. TEACHING 








ASST PRINC.NONTEACHING 


5 






ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 


7t 




17 


SECONDARY TEACHERS 


63 


1 


30 


CTHER TEACHERS 


5S 


7 


20 


GUIDANCE 


12 




t, 


PSYCHCLCGICAL 






1 


LIBRARIAN.AUDICVISUAL 


t 




3 


CONSULT ANT, SUPER VISOR 






4 


CTHER PRCFESSICN*L 


3 


1 


2 


TEACHER AIDES 


55 


10 


39 


TECHNICIANS 






2 


CLERICAL, SECRETARIAL 


14 




17 


SERVICE WCRKERS 


14 




1C3 


SKILLED CRAFTS 






3 


LABQRFRS, UNSKILLED 






2 


TOTAL 


323 


19 


253 



5 3 2 3 2 

93 6 87 71 21 I 

108 46 62 85 21 2 

91 21 70 71 19 1 

18 4 14 10 8 

1 1 I 



6 1 5 3 

104 6 98 73 

3 12 2 

31 1 30 22 

117 66 51 26 



* ^^''^Jn^"*'- ^E*CHERS' SALARIES ARE PAIC A f FRCMfA TEL Y 62.18PCT FROM STATE, 
25.64PCT FROM LOCAL, ANC 12.18PCT FRC*- FEDERAL FLNCS. 

1962-63 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 

AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE »»*»•»»«»• p^n PUPIu EKPENOITURE •••••«' 

FEDERAL LOCAL TOTAL STATE FEDERAL LOCAL 

283,011 3.389,908 9.004.711 1047.09 55.58 665.73 

45.554 616.567 1.684,911 200.86 8.95 121.09 

22.704 816.892 995.313 30.58 4.46 160.43 

64,999 815,920 1,125,693 48.07 12.76 1*0.24 

42,890 31,505 90,638 3.19 8.42 6.19 

20,012 75,249 96.822 .31 3.93 14.78 

479.171 5.746,041 12.998,088 1330.10 94.10 1128.46 2,552.66 

3.7 44.2 100.0 



LEA 


FIWAL 
AOM 


STATE 


CHAPEL HILL CARR8 


5,092 




SALARIES 




5,331.792 


EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 




1,022,789 


PURCHASED SERVICES 




155,717 


SUPPLIES £ MATERIALS 




244,773 


CAPITAL OUTLAY 




16.243 


OTHER OBJECTS 




1,561 


TOTAL 




6.772,876 


PERCENT OF TOTAL 




52.1 





PERCENT 


TOTAL 


OF TOTA 


,768.40 


69.3 


3 30.90 


12.9 


195.47 


7.7 


221.07 


)1.7 


17.80 


.7 


19.02 


.7 



11-191 



PAMLICO 

George R. Brinson, Supt, 
507 Anderson Drive 
Bayboro, N. C. 28515 

3 Elementary Schools 
1 Secondary School 

2nd Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1S82-83 




























FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


ENROLL 


170 


15S 


151 


i-v; 


155 


157 


187 


185 


170 


236 


158 


147 


155 


ACM ' 


168 


155 


151 


149 


153 


156 


184 


182 


167 


223 


151 


141 


151 


ADA 


160 


146 


l<i4 


142 


1*8 


150 


175 


173 


157 


207 


140 


131 


141 


MLD 


169 


155 


152 


148 


156 


162 


186 


179 


169 


219 


146 


136 


IbC 


PBCM 


156 


14<i 


146 


14 4 


153 


153 


186 


162 


167 


182 


121 


128 


148 


N-P 


13 


11 


6 


4 


3 


9 




17 


2 


37 


25 


8 


2 


1983-8^ 




























FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


'0 


11 


12 


ENROLL 


1^0 


170 


151 


155 


150 


161 


153 


195 


170 


206 


199 


111 


141 


ADK 


138 


171 


150 


155 


148 


160 


152 


193 


170 


202 


197 


109 




ADA 


- 135 


165 


147 


152 


144 


158 


148 


186 


164 


195 


188 


106 


13? 



"::CP TOTAL 

2179 
2131 
2016 
2127 

137 



TMH EXCP IGVAL 

^102 
2085 
2021 



i 962-dd High School Groc jote Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer School Graduates) 



TOTAL AMERICAN BLACK 
INDIAN 



PJSL!'". SR. INST NC 

P.i-lli; SC OUT-STATF 
TL'TiL 

^'JIVITE SR. INST N'C 
PRIVATE S^. DUTSTAT6 
TJTiL 

CT-- CCLL, TECH NC 

C.C. t:ci- CUT-STATE 



?" IVJTE JR. ecu NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TCTAL 

T-i.^E, BUSINESS NC 
T-..-.-^5. 9USI C'UTSTATE 

TC/TAL 



0.0 
0.7 
0.7 



MlLl TJRY 
E^PLDYVENT 



GRiSJ TOTAL •• 



13.7 

Z.O 

100.0 



• I'iCLUOES HISPANICS, ALASKAN NATIVES. AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 

*»i.<ici ul'ES i.nfcrmation not available, harried, etc. 



11-192 



Pamlico 



1963-64 Public School Personnel Summory 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACriVITY ^SSIGNfENT 




SCURCE 


Cf FLNCS 




SEX 


RACE/ETHHIC CRIGIN 


CL/\SSIFIC4TICK 


STATE 


fECERAL 


ICCAL VCCAT 


TOTAL 


fALE FEKALE 


WUTE BLACK CTHER 



CFriCIAL,AC>'S.,»'GRS. 

PRINCIPALS 

«SST PRINC, TEACHING 

tSSJ PPI^C,^G^TEACHING 

FLE-irNTARY TEACHERS 

SECONOAPY TEACFERS 

CTHER TEACHERS 

CUIDANCE 

PSYCHCLCCICAL 

LnRARIAN.ALOICVISUAl 

CONSUL TAN I, SUPER VI SCR 

CTHER PRCFESSICNAL 

TEACHER AICFS 

TECHNICIANS 

CLER ICAL, SECRETARIAL 

SERVICE WCRKEBS 

SKILLED CRAFTS 

LASriRERS, UNSKILLED 
TCTAL 



2 


2 




2 


"V 


4 




a I 


2 


I 


1 


1 1 


<► 


1 


«3 


27 17 


'« 


22 


32 


37 17 


8 


2 


6 


7 1 


3 


2 


1 


2 1 



31 


22 


13 


11 



• VOCATICNAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAIC Af PRC X IRATELY 62.19PCT FROM STATE, 
25.6'>PCT FBCK LOCAL, ANC 12.18FCT FRCV FEDERAL FLNCS. 



1 962-60 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funcs 



LEA 

PAMLICO COUNTY 
SALARIES 

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 
PURCHASED SERVICES 
SUPPLIES t MATERIALS 
CAPITAL OUTLAY 
OTHER OBJECTS 
TOTAL 
PERCENT OF TOTAL 



FINAL 

ADM 



2,131 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE 



FEDERAL 



PER PUPP. E<PENOITURE •«»»•• 



2.273,804 

♦54,435 

50,493 

133,302 

17,174 

744 

2.929,952 

70.6 



314,934 

70,150 

19,606 

77,455 

9,074 

8,587 

499,806 

12.0 

















PERCENl 


LOCAL 




TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERA". 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


OF TOTA 


355.558 


2 


,944,297 


1067.01 


147.79 


166.85 


1,381.65 


70.9 


78,854 




603,438 


213.25 


32. '2 


37.00 


283.17 


14.5 


100,230 




170,328 


23.69 


9.20 


47.03 


79.92 


4.1 


152.756 




363,513 


62.55 


36.35 


71.68 


17C.58 


.8 


6,304 




33,053 


8.06 


4.26 


3.19 


15.51 


.8 


27,608 




36,938 


.35 


4.03 


12.96 


17.34 


.9 


721,810 


4 


.151,568 


1374.91 


234. !;5 


338.7 


1.9*8.17 


100.0 


17.4 




100.0 













11-193 



Pasquotank 



Dr. Bob W. Gordon, Supt. 
1200 S. Halstead Boulevard 
Elizabeth City, N. C. 27902 

7 Elementary Schools 
1 Secondary School 
1 Combined School 

1st Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1982-83 
F INAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


U 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


ENRCLL 

ADM 

AOA 

MLC 

PRCH 

N-P 


379 
363 

363 

350 

13 


38S 
367 
35C 
366 
336 
28 


4C1 
386 
371 
389 
367 
22 


402 
389 
374 
386 
364 
22 


361 
344 
349 
367 
358 
9 


428 
412 
396 
414 
399 
15 


427 
409 
390 
4C8 
405 
3 


485 
461 
434 
459 
449 
10 


4 16 
403 
375 
401 
369 
32 


429 
404 
375 
391 
361 
30 


448 
431 
396 
413 
3 59 
54 


389 
373 
343 
36 2 
316 
46 


342 
331 
3C4 
325 
317 
8 


18 
17 
15 
16 
16 


30 
28 
24 
29 
29 


5364 
5138 

5C89 

4797 

292 


1983-84 
FIRST HO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TCAL 


ENPCLL 

ADK 
AOA 


401 

397 
387 


404 
402 
393 


362 

360 
355 


394 
39 2 

385 


378 
375 
368 


381 
379 
372 


410 
404 
394 


408 
405 
391 


489 
4 82 
462 


435 
432 

40 8 


410 
403 
383 


378 
37 3 
355 


342 
338 
3 24 


12 
12 
11 


18 
16 
14 


5221 

51V0 
5C02 



1982-63 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer School Graduates) 



TOTAL AMERICAN BLAC< 
INDIAN 



PUBLIC SR. INSl NC 

PJ3Li: SP,. OUT-STATE 
TC'AL 

PRIVATE 5P. INST NC 
PRIVATE SK. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

CC'.''. CTLL, TECI- NC 

C.C. lECH OUT-STATE 

t.;tal 

private jr. coll nc 

P°:VATt JR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

TRAne, eusiNfss '.'C 

I!-ADE, BUSI OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

MI LITAkY 

CTl'CRS •• 

L.- •.■iD TOTAL •*• 



2?. 3 
22 .9 

5. 4 

0. <? 

2t>. 6 

CO 

2?. 6 



0.0 
0.0 



13.7 
21.1 



SMCLJDES HISPAMCS, ALASKAN NATIVES, AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
'I'.-.LUDES IfiFCRMATlON NOT AVAILABLE, HARRIED, ETC. 



11-194 



Pasquotank 

1963-64 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time ^rsonnel only) 

ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT SCURCE CF FUNCS SEX PACE/ETHNIC CRICIN 

CLASSIFIC4TICN STA.E FECERAL ICCAL VCCAT TOTAL MALE FEMALE hUTE ALACK OTMFR 



9 7 2 5 

I '.311 

3 3 1 

6 127 6 121 78 

10 21 12'. 45 7<9 85 



CFFtCI»L.AO>'S.,MGRS. 


7 


PRINCIPALS 


<; 


ASST PPINC, TEACHING 


3 


ASST PRINC.NONTEACHING 


3 


ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 


1C7 


SECONDARY TEACHERS 


86 


OTHER TEACHERS 


S 


GUIDANCE 


5 


PSYCHOLCGICAL 


1 


LIBRARIAN, ALCICVISU4L 


9 


CONSULTANT, SUPER VISOR 




CTHER PRCFESCICNAL 


1 


TEACHER AIOES 


64 


TECHNICIANS 




CLERICAL, SECRETARIAL 


22 


SERVICE t.CRKERS 


23 


SKILLED CRAFTS 


4 


LABORERS, UNSK ILLEO 




TCTAL 


353 



1 



1 1 

11 1 10 



29 


25 


72 


36 




12 



» VOCATICNAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAIR A FPPCX IMA TELY 62.1BPCT FROM STATE, 

25.64PCT FRCM LOCAL, ANC 12.18PCT FRC" FECERAL FLKCS. 

1962-63 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 

AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE ♦«•«•»•••» PER PUPIL E< PENOI TURE •••»•••< 

FINAL 

'■^* *0« STATE FEDERAL LOCAL TOTAL STATE FEDERAL LOC< 
PASQUOTANK COUNTY 5,138 

SALARIES 5,403,408 867,556 1,157,472 7,428.436 1051.66 168.85 225.28 1,445.79 

ENPlOYEE benefits 1,062,233 186,771 239,181 1,488,186 206.74 36.35 46.55 

PUKCHASEO SERVICES 97,904 38,929 243,543 380,375 19.05 7.58 47.40 

SUPPLIES t MATERIALS 342,867 357,720 556,556 1,257,143 66.73 69.62 108.32 

CAPITAL OUTLAY 5,045 12,289 3,323 20,657 .98 2.39 .65 

OTHER OBJECTS HI 36,147 64,762 101,019 .02 7.04 12.60 

""*'■ 6,911,567 1,499,412 2.264,837 10,675,816 1345.18 291.83 440-80 2,077.81 

PERCENT OF TOTAL ^4.8 14.0 21.2 100.0 



11-195 





PERCENT 


TOTAL 


CF TOtAL 


445.79 


69.6 


289.64 


13.9 


74.03 


3.6 


244.57 




4.02 


.2 


19. o6 


.9 



PENDER 

Robert J. Claybrook, Acting Supt, 
Penderlea Rd. , Box 1239 
Burgaw, N. C. 28425 

8 Elementary Schools 
1 Secondary School 
4 Combined Schools 

2nd Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1982-83 


































FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


« 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


FNRCLL 


313 


323 


315 


309 


394 


415 


401 


387 


387 


399 


453 


362 


296 


14 


1 


4769 


ADH 


303 


311 


3CS 


294 


366 


407 


387 


377 


3 75 


374 


421 


327 


267 


15 


1 


4574 


ADA 


283 


2S6 


295 


283 


373 


391 


371 


359 


352 


351 


384 


300 


27C 


14 


1 


4323 


MLO 


301 


30S 


3C9 


288 


392 


407 


387 


377 


372 


370 


402 


308 


269 


16 


2 


<.-52': 


PRCM 


291 


282 


289 


276 


359 


391 


378 


348 


360 


352 


286 


249 


2<2 


16 


2 


'.l^\ 


N-P 


10 


27 


2C 


12 


33 


16 


9 


29 


12 


18 


116 


59 


27 






388 


1982-84 


































FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 



ENROLL 317 334 318 311 
ADM 313 328 314 308 

ADA 304 319 306 299 



322 


390 


408 


422 


372 


319 


388 


406 


416 


369 


309 


376 


3 96 


402 


3 56 



377 434 350 278 15 
374 425 343 272 15 

358 395 325 260 15 



4652 

4 594 
44?4 



1962-63 High School Graduote Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer School Graduates) 



AHE»,IC«N 

1 \n I A \ 


p.'?'. ir S.T . INST \c 
P.'Mi: SR. "UT-STATf 
7 , ' AL 




C 
C 




PRIVATF- 3K. 1:>ST NC 
P^. IVATE %R. QUTST4TE 




C 

c 

C 


CC'Vi lOLL, TECH NC 
C.Z. TECH CUT-STATE 
T^'TAL 






C 


PRIVATE JP. CCLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OJISTAfc 
TJTAL 










T^-iC^;, BUSINESS NC 
T-snS, euSI DUTSTATE 
TOTAL 




c 





"ILITARY 




1 


E'lPL^l'MEMT 







CM-^SS »* 




c 


Gt-A-iD TCTAL ••• 




1 



INCLUDES HISPANICS, ALASKAN NATIVESt AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
■INCLJOES INFCRMATION NUT AVAILABLE, MARRIED, ETC. 



11-196 



Pender 



1963-64 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNf-ENT SCURCE CF FLNCS SEX PICE/FTHNIC CRIOIM 

CL«SSIf IC4TICN STATE FECERAL ICCAL VCCAT TOTAL KALE FEMALE V.HTE BLACK OTh; 

CFFICIAL,AC»'S.,fGRS. 11 13 2 12 1 

PRINCIPALS 12 n 9 <. 8 5 

ASST PRINC, TEACHING 

ASST PRINC.NCNTEACHING * 1 

ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 1 C"? 2 

SECONCARY TEACHERS 46 

CTHER TEACHERS 27 17 5 2<, 

GUIDANCE 5 

PSYCHCLCGICAL 

LIBRARIAN, ALDICVISUAL 6 1 

CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 2 2 

OTHER PRCFESSICNAL 2 

TEACHER AICES 46 17 6 

TECHNICIANS 1 

CLERICAL. SECRETARIAL 11 2 20 

SERVICE WCRKERS IS 65 

SKILLED CRAFTS 6 ; 

LABORERS. UNSKILLED 

TOTAL 2<;<3 TQ irn ■?<; 



5 


5 




11 


15 


96 


43 


17 


31 


73 


21 


52 


5 


1 


4 





9 


7 


2 


1 


3 


1 


3 




2 


.2 






69 


27 


12 


I 


32 


24 


9 


23 


61 


23 


61 



* VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES APE PAID A FPPC X I^'A TEL Y 62.13PCT FRC"' STATE, 
25.64PCT FRCy LOCAL, AND U.18PCT FRCf FECERAL FLNCS. 

19d2-63 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 

AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE »«•»»»•»• per PuPIL E< PENOI TURE 



67.8 
13.8 



FINAL PEPCENT 

'•^* ■*"" STATE FEDERAL LOCAL TOTAL STATE FEDERAL LOCAL TOTAL C"= fCTAL 

PENOER CCUNTY 4,574 

SALARIES 4,890,384 766,605 872.104 6,529,094 1069.17 167.60 190.67 1,427.44 

ENPLOYEE BENEFITS 964,709 166,943 191,887 1,323,538 210.91 36.50 41-95 289.36 

PURCHASED SERVICES 124,434 56,620 290,885 471,939 27.20 12.38 63.60 103.18 

SUPPLIES C MATERIALS 323,331 382,123 502.498 1,207,952 70.69 83.54 109.86 264.09 

CAPITAL OUTLAY 16,493 8,674 16,383 41,550 3.61 1.90 3.58 9.09 

OTHER OBJECTS 683 19,143 36,999 58.824 .15 4.19 8.53 12.87 

'°'*'- 6,320,035 1.400,106 1,912,756 9,632,697 1381.73 306.11 418. IS 2,106.03 

PERCENT CF lOTAL 65.6 14.5 19.9 100. 



11-197 



PERQUIMANS 

James P. Harrell, Supt. 
Edenton Road St., P. 0. Box 337 
Hertford, N. C. 27924 

3 Elementary Schools 
1 Secondary School 

1st Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1982-83 


































F INAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


« 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


ENROLL 


152 


11<5 


127 


110 


117 


122 


128 


151 


140 


165 


183 


94 


123 


18 




1749 


4DH 


150 


114 


121 


loe 


115 


117 


128 


148 


135 


155 


170 


90 


lie 


18 




1687 


aca 


Ul 


lOS 


118 


lOA 


112 


113 


123 


142 


128 


148 


162 


86 


113 


16 




1615 


MLO 


151 


117 


126 


no 


117 


119 


132 


149 


138 


150 


164 


89 


117 


18 




16'; 7 


PRCM 


lAl 


lOS 


122 


107 


no 


119 


131 


130 


119 


108 


123 


70 


ICl 


18 




ISC8 


N-P 


10 


8 


i 


3 


7 




1 


19 


19 


42 


41 


19 


16 






i39 


1983-84 

FIRST KO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


A 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


ENROLL 


lAO 


157 


113 


12A 


111 


lU 


118 


145 


152 


154 


147 


130 


93 


17 




1715 
1694 
1651 


AD"' 


139 


15 5 


112 


122 


109 


114 


118 


144 


153 


151 


145 


126 


92 


17 




AD* 


133 


151 


109 


120 


108 


112 


115 


141 


146 


147 


143 


122 


90 


17 





1962-83 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer School Graduates) 



A1ERICAN BLACK WHITE OTHER* TOTAL AMERICAN BLACK. WHITE 

INDIAN INDIAN 



TOTAL 
NU'IEER PeR''= 



P..;iLIC S=. INST NC 

P I l.i: SR. OUT-SI AT E 
I , T 4 L 

PRIVATE S". . INST MC 
Pi^IVATE SK. UUTSTATE 
T-TiL 

■::■'■■ :oLL, tech nc 

C.C. tech OUT-STATE 
Tf-.TAL 

P-<!';iTE J°. CELL N'C 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 



?a.B 

0.0 
?8. B 

0.0 
O.U 
0.0 



T-.i'jE, EUSINESS NC 
T=iDE, BUSI OUTSTATE 
T;-.TAL 

MILITARY 

E'-'PLOY me NT 



3.8 
1.0 

1 9-? 



&R.SND TOTAL 



• INCLUDES HISPANICS, ALASKAN NATIVES, AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
»»:'.CLUDES INFCRMATION NOT AVAILABLE, HARRIED, ETC. 



11-198 



Perquimans 



1980-64 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-Ume personnel only) 



ACTIVITY SSSICN^ENT 




SCUBCE 


CF FtNCS 




S=X 


PACE/ETHNIC CRIGIN 


CLASSIFICATICN 


STATE 


FECERAl 


ICCAL VCCAT 


TOr*L 


MALE FEMALE 


V.HTE 9LACK OTHER 



CFFICIAl,ACf'S.,^GRS. 

PRINCIPALS 

ASST PRINC, TEACHING 

ASST PRINC, KCMEACHING 

ELEilENTAPY TEACHERS 

SECONDARY TEACHERS 

CTHER TEACHERS 

GUIDANCE 

PSYCHCLCGICAL 

L I BR AR I AN , AL'O I OV I SUAL 

CONSULT ANT, SUPER VISOR 

CTHER PRCFESSICNAL 

TEACHER AIDES 

TECHNICIANS 

CLERICAL, SECRETARIAL 

SERVICE WCRKEPS 

SKILLED CPAFTS 

LABORERS, UNSKILLED 
TOTAL 



3 


I 

S2 


6 


2/ 


2 


17 


1 


3 



3 


1 


A 


I 


2 


2 


11 


21 



♦ VOCATICNAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID «f PRCX IfA TELY 62.18PCT FROM STATE, 
25.6'.PCT FRCf LOCAL, ANC 12.18PCT FRCK FEDERAL FUNDS. 

1962-63 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AHOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE 



LEA 
PtRQUIMANS COUNTY 
SALAR lES 

EMPLOYLE BENEFITS 
PURCHASED SERVICES 
SUPPLIES t MATERIALS 
CAPITAL OUTLAY 
OTHER OBJECTS 
TOTAL 
PERCENT OF TOTAL 



FINAL 
ADM 



1,930, <>4q 

382,279 

6,299 

164,062 

10,831 

612 

2f*95,C32 

61.4 



356.114 
88,941 
12,509 

137,405 
13.242 
15,416 

623,626 
15-4 







• •»•**•••• PER 


PUPIL £«PENOITURE 


1 














PERCENT 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


CF TOTAL 


474,093 


2,761,155 


1144.61 


211.09 


281.03 


1,636.73 


6S.0 


98,235 


569,454 


226.60 


52.72 


58.23 


337.55 


14.0 


101,425 


120,233 


3.73 


7.41 


60.12 


71.26 


3.0 


236,376 


537,844 


97.25 


81.45 


140.12 


318.12 


13.2 


4,557 


28,629 


6.42 


7.85 


2.70 


16.97 


.7 


26,690 


42,718 


.36 


9.14 


15.82 


25.32 


l.I 


941,375 


4,060,034 


1478.97 


369.66 


55J.02 


2,406. S5 


100,0 


23.2 


100.0 













11-199 



PERSON 

Ronnie George Bugnar, Supt . 
504 S. Morgan St., Drawer 1078 
Roxboro, N. C. 27573 

8 Elementary Schools 

1 Secondary School 

2 Combined Schools 




Pupil Accounting 



1982-83 
FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


c 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


THH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


ENRCLL 


38 2 


452 


3S1 


442 


4C5 


483 


488 


461 


476 


440 


429 


386 


3«;8 


32 


23 


5688 


ADM 


367 


443 


362 


428 


2S6 


475 


484 


453 


466 


424 


391 


373 


3ta 


30 


21 


5521 


ADA 


348 


424 


368 


415 


3f4 


459 


468 


430 


442 


401 


371 


355 


36/ 


27 


19 


5278 


MLO 


369 


436 


38C 


428 


3S4 


476 


487 


453 


463 


418 


375 


36 7 


381 


31 


21 


5479 


PROM 


360 


385 


350 


415 


374 


455 


485 


424 


4 47 


395 


328 


355 


3 79 


31 


21 


?2 34 
275 


N-P 


9 


51 


30 


13 


20 


21 


2 


29 


16 


23 


47 


12 


i 






1982-84 
FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 



ENROLL 396 416 427 369 431 403 454 513 435 456 435 
ADM 393 413 425 367 427 400 453 509 430 449 429 
AD* 382 399 416 358 416 391 441 490 4 10 422 405 



342 


377 


30 


22 


5506 


337 


372 


30 


21 


5455 


322 


3 54 


29 


20 


5 25 5 



1962-63 High School Gfoduote Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer School Graduates) 



ly^^ICA'J PLACK WHITE OTHFR* TOTAL AMFRICAN BLACK UllITC OTHirx 

irOIAN INDIAN 



TO'AL 



'■ivaie SK. INST NC 
: IVAIE 5H. OUTSTATE 
.■ ■' A I 

CV :OLL. TECH NC 

.C. TECH CUT-STATE 
~TAL 



?7.<. 
2?. 9 



>lVArE jf . COLL \C 
MViTE JR. OUTSTATE 



0.0 
2. 1 



M^r-f, BUSINESS NC 
'ifiE. BUS! OUTSTATF 
L'TAL 

IILITARY 

-PLOVMENT 



0.5 

i.e 



' I'.CLU?ES HISPANICS, ALASKAN WTIVES, AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
>MNCLUPES INFC^WATION -inT AVAILABLE, MRRIEO. ETC. 



n-200 



Person 

1963-64 Public Schcr>l Personnel Sumn-.-y 

(Full-tiine personnel only) 

ACTIVITY 4S5IGNKENT SCURCE Cf FLNCS SEX PACE/ETHNIC CRIGIN 

CLASSIFICATICN STAT? FECJRAL ICCAL VCCAT TCTAL fALE FE-ALE WUTE 3LACK OTHER 



<> 


4 




2 


1*1 


9 


132 


IC 


51 


21 


30 


38 


100 


2? 


78 


7S 


6 


1 


5 


<, 


1 




1 


1 


7 




7 


t, 



CFFICIAL,*C^S.t''GRS. 7 12 1 

PRINCIPALS 11 

ASST PPINC, TEACHING 

ASST PRINC.NONTEACHING 4 

ELEMENTARY TEACHERS l-il 

SECONDARY TEACHERS «<; 2 

OTHER TEACHERS 33 25 15 26 

GUIDANCE 5 1 

PSYCHCLCGICAL 1 

LIBRARIAN, AUDIOVISUAL 7 

CONSULT ANT, SUPER VISOR 

CTHER PROFESSIONAL 

TEACHER AICES ft? 2^, ,2 i05 3 102 65 

TECHNICIANS 

CLERICAL, SECRETARIAL 16 2 9 27 27 20 

SERVICE WORKERS 27 77 104 19 85 37 

SKILLED CRAFTS 5 7 12 12 7 

LABORERS, UNSKILLED 3 3 3 3 

^°^*'- 375 53 127 28 5fl3 109 474 379 

• VUCATICNAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID AFPRO)" IMA lELY 62.18PCT FR01 STATE, 
25.64PCT FBCf- LOCAL, AND 12.18PCT FRCV FfCERAL FUNDS. 

1962-63 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



LEA 
PERSON CCUNTY 
SALARIES 



FINAL 
AOM 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE »•«»»»«•.• pgR plpil EtPENDITURE 

STATE FEDERAL LOCAL TOTAL STATE FEDERAL LOC/ 



5,914,906 811,036 1,241,397 7,967,339 1071.35 146.90 224.85 1,443.10 

EHPLOYEE BENEFITS 1.170,077 193,536 245,826 1,509.439 211.93 35.05 4*. 53 

PURCHASED SERVICES 1,5.1,^ 20, 3„ ^,,3^, ^^5,3,3 3,.,^ 3.,^ ^5.01 

SUPPLIES L MATERIALS 371.163 432.078 619,578 1,422,818 67.23 78.26 112.22 



CAPITAL OUTLAY 
OTHER OBJECTS 
TOTAL 
PERCENT OF TOTAL 



15,533 45,868 5,003 66,405 2.81 8.31 .91 

1,215 59.368 87,904 148.487 .22 10.75 15.92 

7.668,089 1,562.731 2.669,036 11.899,856 1388.90 283.05 463.44 2,155.39 

6*-5 13.1 22.4 100.0 



11-201 





PERCENT 


TOTAL 


OF TOTAL 


443.10 


67.0 


291.51 


13.4 


124.15 


5.' 


257.71 


L2.-1 


12.03 


.6 


26.89 


1.2 


155.39 


100,0 



PITT 

Edwin L. West, Jr., Supt. 
1717 W. Fifth Street 
Greenville, N. C. 27834 

16 Elementary Schools 
4 Secondary Schools 

1st Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1982-83 
FINAL K 

ENROLL 955 

AOH 923 

ACA 880 

MLC 918 

PRCM 821 
N-P 97 



10 11 



12 THH EXCP TOTAL 



<;<i7 


927 


905 


SIA 


861 


974 


895 


8 66 


995 


8 50 


761 


7C4 


42 


77 


11673 


91A 


9C0 


87^ 


668 


8A2 


950 


874 


8 47 


937 


811 


721 


6?2 


41 


76 


11290 


876 


868 


e<»6 


858 


812 


913 


835 


8 04 


873 


760 


669 


645 


38 


69 


10746 


907 


892 


871 


660 


639 


952 


872 


8 42 


89 3 


790 


694 


6S0 


40 


75 


11155 


787 


819 


838 


834 


619 


901 


812 


8 18 


769 


742 


660 


664 


31 


74 


10389 


120 


73 


33 


46 


20 


51 


60 


24 


124 


48 


34 


26 


9 


I 


766 



1983-84 
FIRST MO 



11 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



ENI^OLL 951 
ADM 9 30 

ADA 905 



954 


878 


867 


892 


8 56 


8 62 


978 


825 


974 


800 


804 


660 


39 


97 


11437 


952 


869 


861 


885 


850 


854 


974 


821 


95 5 


7 82 


781 


5 48 


39 


96 


11297 


9 30 


853 


843 


870 


833 


829 


949 


796 


915 


752 


749 


621 


37 


93 


10975 



19d2-6d High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer School Graduates) 



AMEBIC* N BLACK 
1 NO IAN 



PUBLIC SP. INST NC 
P-JBLIC S«. OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

COMH COLL, TECh NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

POIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
13TAL 

TRADE, BUSINESS NC 
TRADE, 3USI OUTSTATE 

TOTAL 

•Ml ITARY 
SyPLCfMENT 
OTHERS •* 
C-ANO TOTAL ••» 









FEMALE 








rciAL 


TOTAL 


AMERICAN 


BLACK 


WHITE 


OTHER* 


TOTAL 


NL'^BEP 


Pf-ICENT 





INDIAN 



















71 





38 


51 


C 


89 


160 


?3.4 


3 








1 





1 


4 


0.6 


74 





38 


52 





90 


164 


i 1.9 


7 





3 


9 





12 


19 


2.8 











1 


c 


1 


1 


C.l 


7 





3 


10 





13 


20 


2.9 


62 





64 


71 





155 


217 


31.7 


1 

















1 


0.1 


63 





84 


71 





155 


218 


31.8 


4 





1 


3 





4 


8 


1.2 























CO 


4 





1 


3 





4 


8 


1.2 



0.1 
1.6 

IU.7 

19.5 

6.3 

lOC.O 



lr;CLl^OES HISPANICS, ALASKAN NATIVES, AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
'INCLUDES INFCRMATION NOT AVAILABLE, MARRIED, ETC. 



11-202 



Pitt 



1963-64 Public School Personnel Summery 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY *$SIGK»'ENT SCURCE Cr FtNOS SEX RiCE/ETHNIC CRIGIN 

CLASSIFICATICN STATE FEDERAL I'CCAL VCCAT TCTAL "MB FEMALE KUTE BLACK OTHER 



CFFICIAL. Act's-. fCRS. 




PRIHCIPALS 


2C 


ASST PPINC, TEACHING 




ASST PRINC,NONTE«ChING 


12 


ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 


ZET 


SECONDARY TEACHERS 


Id 


OTHER TEACHERS 


3g 


GUIDANCE 


13 


PSVCHOLCGICAL 




LIBRARIAN. AUOICVISUAL 


IS 


CONSULTANT. SUPERVISOR 




CTHER PRCFESSIQNAL 




TEACHER AICES 


130 


TECHNICIANS 


2 


CLERICAL, SECRETARIAL 


21 


SERVICE WORKERS 


117 


SKILLEC CRAFTS 


20 


LABORERS. UNSKILLED 




TCTAL 


SC 



1 


11 




20 




4 




14 


♦ 


323 


25 


151 


U 


86 



4 


10 


1 


6 


17 


3 


2 


2 


2 


9 


12 


2 


61 


243 


84 


96 


102 


4S 


60 


67 


IS 


14 


16 


2 


4 


4 




20 


15 


5 


5 


5 
1 




46 


63 


63 


2 


2 


? 


46 


36 


10 


33 


51 


142 



I 

2 

21 16 

7 10 25 151 55 
19 15 14 86 26 

1 4 18 

4 

1 20 

5 

1 1 

8 8 146 

2 4 
25 46 

3 73 193 

20 40 



• V0CATICN4L TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID AFFROX IMA TEIY 62.18PCT FRCM STATE. 
25.54PCT FRCP LOCAL. AND 12.18PCT FRtK FEDERAL FLNCS. 

1962-63 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 

AMOUNTS EXPENOEO BY SOURCE «••••»•••» pER PUPIL E<PENOITURE »•••••••! 

STATE FEDERAL LOC/ 

16.407.50% 1055.78 168.72 228.78 1,453.28 

201.40 33.68 56.57 

28.58 4.44 53.58 

57.75 64.28 161.61 

5.17 5.72 3.52 

.36 2.37 10.15 

24,188.433 1349.04 279.21 514.21 2,142.46 



IE* 


FtNAL 




STATE 


FEDERAL 




LOCAL 




TOTAL 


PITT COUNTY 


11.290 
















SAURIES 




11 


.919.773 


1,904.836 


2 


,582.894 


16 


.407.504 


EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 




2 


.273.856 


380,239 




638.660 


3 


.292.754 


PURCHASED SERVICES 






322.615 


50.152 




604.863 




9T7.630 


SUPPLIES ( MATERIALS 






651,981 


725.700 


1 


,824,624 


3 


.202,305 


CAPITAL OUTLAY 






58,396 


64,623 




39. 760 




162,779 


OTHER OBJECTS 






4,085 


26,731 




114,645 




145,461 


TOTAL 




15 


230,707 


3.152,281 


9 


,805.445 


24 


,188,433 


PERCENT OF TOTAL 






63.0 


13.0 




24.0 




100.0 





PERCENT 


TOTAL 


CF TOTAL 


453.28 


67.8 


291.65 


13.7 


86.60 


4.0 


283.64 


13.2 


14.41 


.7 


12.88 


.6 



11-203 



Greenville 

Delma Blinson, Supt. 
431 W. 5th St., Box 1009 
Greenville, N. C. 27834 

7 Elementary Schools 
2 Secondary School 
1 Combined Schools 

1st Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1902-83 
F INAL 



1 



10 



11 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAl 



ENROLL 

ACM 

AOA 

MLC 

PRCM 

N-P 



341 
325 
306 
326 
310 



376 
372 
355 
37A 
307 



16 67 



366 
35S 
342 
362 
342 
20 



306 
305 
293 
300 
286 
14 



2":7 
268 
278 
2S1 
2E7 



35C 
344 
331 
346 
330 
16 



384 
373 
357 
372 
366 



401 
394 



4 29 
4 24 



374 405 
395 423 
381 408 



431 
408 
375 



443 
417 
397 



403 408 
374 391 



401 
379 
361 
370 
331 



15 29 



17 39 



3e8 

372 
357 
364 
340 
24 



33 
30 
28 
29 
21 



46 
50 
46 
53 
43 



4994 
4840 
4605 
4816 
4517 
299 



1983-84 
FIRST MO 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



ENROLL 

ADK 
ADA 



378 399 322 
371 393 320 
363 383 314 



354 


308 


318 


338 


416 


422 


470 


408 


414 


369 


30 


43 


4989 


351 


307 


316 


336 


410 


420 


460 


398 


406 


355 


30 


37 


4910 


343 


299 


310 


328 


399 


409 


43 7 


381 


392 


3 43 


29 


36 


4766 



i 962-63 High School Groduote Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer School Graduates) 



INDIAN- 



TOTAL AMERICAN 
INDIAN 



TOTAL 
NU^BEP Ptl-C?NT 



r.ini I c sp. INST NC 

Pirii: S--. UOT-STATf: 
I L" T A L 



"r IVATE Si; . INST NC 
PPIVATg SR. C'JTSTATE 
TCT4L 



3.? 
4.6 



CG'"^ :OLL, TECH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TCTAL 



IS. 8 
2.9 

ie.6 



PRIVATE JR. CCLL NC 
PRIVATE Jk. OUTSTATE 
TL'TAL 



6.0 
0.0 
6 .0 



TCAOE. BUSINESS NC 
TSAOt, euSI OUTSTATE 

"'TAL 

.rILI TARY 
E'-^PLOYME'lT 
OTHERS •• 
GP.AND TOTAL •»• 



• INCLUDES HISPANICS, ALASKAN NATIVESi AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
••INCLUDES INFORMATION NOT AVAlLABLEt MARRIEOt ETC. 



11.2 

13.2 

2.0 

100. 



11-204 



Greenville 

1963-64 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT SCURCE CF FINCS SEX RACE/ETHNIC CRIGIN 

•CLASSIF.'CATICN STATE FECERAl ICCAL VCCAT TCTAL f'ALF FfALE hUTF BLACK OTHER 

CFFICIAL,AD»'S.,PCRS. « 1 2 7*35? 

PRINCIPALS IC 10 6 « 8 2 
4SST PPINC, TEACHING 

ASST PRINC.NONTEACHING 3 3 

ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 102 21 * 127 

SECONDARY TEACHERS it 2 6 19 83 

CTHER TEACHERS 3t 19 3 58 

GUIDANCE 7 119 

PSYCHOLOGICAL 1 I 

LIBRARIAN. ALDICVISUAL 6 2 10 
CONSULT ANT, SUPER VISOR 

OTHER PROFESSIONAL 12 3 17 

TEACHER AIDES <« 2 9 75 

TECHNICIANS 2 2 112 

CLERICAL, SECRETARIAL S 1 16 26 26 19 7 

SERVICE HCRKESS 19 ** 63 18 <i5 8 55 

SKILLEC CRAFTS 5 5 5 « 1 

LABORERS, UNSKILLED i, i, i, 4 

TCTAL 319 28 118 25 *90 9^; 396 289 199 



2 


1 


2 


1 




10 


117 


88 


3B 


1 


26 


57 


57 


25 


1 


10 


48 


A6 


1? 




1 


8 


7 


2 






1 


1 








10 


8 


2 




3 


4 


5 


2 




4 


71 


29 


«6 





♦ VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAIC «f PRO > IfiA TELY 62.18PCT FRC" ST^TE, 
25.5'iPCl FPCM LOCAL, AND IJ.IEPCT FRC FECERAL FLNOS. 



i 962-63 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 







AMOUNTS EXPENDED 


BY SOURCE 










• •«•****•• PBt 


PUPIL E< PENOITURE 




LEA 


FINAL 
AOM 


STATE 


FEDERAL 




LOCAL 




TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


PERCENT 
OF TOTAL 


iSEENVILLE CITY 


4.8«0 
























SALARIES 




5,171,350 


817,871 


1, 


,279.212 


7, 


,268,434 


1068.46 


168.98 


264. 3C 


1,501.74 


69.0 


^ 6ENEFI.S 




1,018,483 


159,785 




248,232 


1 


,426.500 


210.43 


33.01 


51.29 


2-54.73 


13.4 


*SEO SERVICES 




11^,151 


11.721 




443.918 




569.790 


23.58 


2.42 


91.72 


117.72 


5.3 


;>!>L1ES t MATERIALS 




220.987 


379,421 




598.261 


1 


,198,668 


45.66 


78.39 


123.61 


247.66 


11.2 


CAPITAL OUILAY 




22,845 


33.460 




72.764 




129,069 


4.72 


6.91 


15.03 


26.66 


1.2 


"l=^T5 




983 


52,493 




42,305 




95,781 


.20 


10.15 


8.74 


19.79 


.9 


TOLL 




6,5*8,799 1 


,454,752 


2. 


,684,691 


10 


,688.243 


1353.05 


3C0.56 


554.69 


2,208.30 


100.0 


PERC ; OF TOTAL 




61.3 


13.6 




25.1 




100.0 













11-205 



POLK 

Dr. James Benfield, Supt. 
Court House Annex, Box 697 
Columbus, N. C. 28722 

4 Elementary Schools 
2 Combined Schools 

8th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



l<3e2-83 


































FIN/IL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


<i 


C 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


u 


12 


THH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


ENROLL 


131 


119 


139 


132 


1£0 


138 


149 


161 


138 


147 


130 


123 


1C7 


5 




1779 


iCf* 


115 


114 


134 


129 


153 


133 


145 


151 


131 


134 


125 


115 


1C6 


5 




1690 


ACA 


106 


106 


127 


123 


147 


129 


137 


140 


122 


125 


117 


108 


ICl 


5 




1593 


MLD 


116 


113 


132 


131 


153 


131 


146 


147 


128 


132 


121 


111 


1C5 


5 




1671 


PRCM 


114 


1C6 


127 


129 


153 


131 


145 


126 


116 


112 


110 


100 


1C4 


5 




1578 


N-P 


2 


7 


5 


2 






1 


21 


12 


20 


11 


11 


1 






93 


1983-84 


































FIRST HO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


ENPOLL 


108 


117 


106 


123 


126 


147 


126 


162 


133 


12 2 


111 


114 


108 


5 




1608 


ADK 


107 


115 


107 


120 


125 


146 


124 


159 


129 


12 


109 


112 


1C5 


5 




1583 


ADA 


103 


111 


102 


1 18 


122 


140 


121 


153 


124 


114 


104 


105 


99 


4 




1520 



i 9d2-63 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Sunwner School Graduates) 



TOTAL AMERICAN BLACC 
INDIAN 



PJBLIC SP. INST NC 

PJBLi; SR. OLtT-STATE 

P?!:VATE SR. INST NC 
Pi'Ii/ATE SR. OUTSTATE 
T3TAL 

CCAM COLL. TECI- NC 

C.L. TECH OUT-STA^E 
T3T1L 

PiSIVATE JR. CCLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSIATE 
TCTAL 

TRADE, BUSINESS NC 
TRADE, 6USI OUTSTATE 
TCTAL 

"IL! TftRY 

EMPLCVHENT 

0THEK5 •• 

3^A'0 TOTAL ••• 



NUMBER 


PERCENT 








11 


> C. 1 


1 


0. " 


12 


11.0 


3 


2.8 





0.0 


■J 


2.8 


a* 


22.0 


5 


c,,^, 


29 


26.6 


U 


3.7 





0.0 


<> 


2. 7 


5 


<..& 





0.0 


5 


<. .6 


7 


5. A 


46 


A2.2 


3 


2.8 


139 


I'jO.O 



I"Cludes hispanics. alaskan natives, and asian or pacific islanders 
"^CM1DES :nfcr<iation not available, married, etc. 



11-206 



Polk 

1963-64 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 

ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT SCURCE CF FUNCS SEX PACE/ETHNIC CRICIN 

CLASSIFICATICK STATE FECERAt ICCAt VCCAT TCTAL MALE FEMALE kUTE BLACK CTHE 

CFFICIAL.ACfS..»'GRS. 2 2 Z 2 

PRINCIPALS t 6 5 16 

ASST PRINCtTEACHING 2 2 2 11 

ASST PRINC.NONTEACHING 

tLE«1E^TARV TEACHERS *5 

SECONDARY TEACHERS 15 

OTHER TEACHERS 7*3 

GUIDANCE I 

PSYCHOLCGICAL 

LIBRARIAN, ALDICVISUAL 2 2 * 

CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 1 1 

OTHER PRCFESSICKAL 2 11 * 

TEACHER AICES 18 4 22 

TECHNICIANS 

CLERICAL, SECRETARIAL < 6 12 

SERVICE hCRKERS IC 18 28 

SKILLED CRAFTS 

lABOREPS, UNSKILLED 

TOTAL 117 9 30 12 168 



1 


«6 


11 


35 


*2 


11 


26 


14 


12 


26 




l-V 


2 


12 


10 




1 




1 


1 



3 


4 


22 


20 


12 


12 


16 


27 



♦ VOCATICNAt TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID « F FFCX It'ATELY 62.13PCT FROM STATE, 
ZS.eAPCT FROM LOCAL, ANC 12.18PCI FRCM FEDERAL FLNCS. 

1962-63 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 

AHOONTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE «•*•••«•»• pER PUPIL E< PENOI TURE •••••' 

FINAL PERCENl 

LE» ADH STATE FEDERAL LOCAL TOTAL STATE FEDERAL LOCAL TOTAL OF TOT/ 

POLK COUNTY 1,6«0 

SALARIES 1,961,372 192,423 284,168 2.437.963 1160.57 113.86 168.15 1.442.58 68.4 

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 391,960 43.652 60.268 495,880 231.93 25.83 35.66 293.42 13.9 

"RCHASED SERVICES 26.147 11,095 130.308 167,550 15.47 6.56 77.11 99.14 4.7 

SUPPLIES C MATERIALS 168.816 94.934 135,891 399,641 99.89 56.17 80.41 236.47 11.2 

CAPITAL OUTLAY 10,308 4,218 2,253 16,778 6.10 2.50 1.33 9.93 

niHER OBJECTS 815 15.462 29.490 45,767 .48 9.15 17.45 27.03 1 

TOTAL 2,559,418 361,783 642,378 3,563,579 1514.44 214.07 380.11 2,108.62 100 

PERCENT OF TOTAL 71.8 10.2 18.0 100.0 



11-207 



Tryon 



Vernon L. Dusenbury, Supt. 
Harmon Field Rd. , Box 850 
Tryon, N. C. 28782 

1 Elementary School 
1 Secondary School 

8th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



i<;e2-83 




























FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


ENROLL 


28 


27 


31 


34 


46 


39 


49 


56 


44 


53 


53 


61 


<3 


AD^" 


26 


26 


31 


31 


42 


37 


47 


53 


42 


49 


50 


58 


43 


ADA 


25 


25 


2<5 


30 


4C 


36 


44 


51 


40 


45 


48 


54 


40 


»»LD 


28 


27 


33 


32 


43 


39 


49 


54 


42 


45 


49 


57 


43 


PRCf* 


26 


22 


33 


32 


43 


39 


49 


52 


42 


45 


44 


55 


40 


N-P 


2 


5 


' 










2 






5 


2 


3 


1982-84 




























FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


ENROLL 


24 


33 


26 


32 


33 


51 


49 


63 


59 


58 


53 


51 


54 


ADK 


23 


33 


26 


31 


33 


51 


48 


62 


58 


57 


53 


52 


55 


ADA 


23 


32 


25 


30 


32 


49 


47 


59 


56 


56 


46 


51 


53 



TMH EXCP TOTAL 

564 
535 
507 
541 
522 
19 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



583 
579 
559 



i 9d2-63 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer School Graduates) 



AHERIC4N 
INDIAN 



TOTAL AMERICAN 
INDIAN 





TOTAL 


NU'IBFR 


PFPC' 


19 


4 3.? 


?. 


'..'. 


?I 


'.7.7 





0.0 





0.0 





0.0 


2 


't.? 


11 


25.0 


13 


29.5 


5 


11.'. 





0.0 


5 


11. "i 





0.0 





0.0 





C. 


2 


A. <; 


3 


t .8 





0.0 


',', 


100.0 



PJSLIC S!!. INST NC 

P.'PLK SfS. O'JT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
►•RIViTE SR. OUTSTATE 

TOTAL 

CCV^" COLL, TECH NC 

C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TGTAL 

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TCTAL 

TRADE, BUSINESS NC 
TRADE, BUSI OUTSTATE 
TCTAL 

MILITARY 

E/PlCYMENT 

ctij;rs »• 
Gnano total ••• 



INCLUDES HISPANICS, ALASKAN NATIVES, AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
'INCLUDES INFCRMATION NOT AVAILABLE, MARRIED, ETC. 



11-208 



Tryon 

1963-04 Public School Personnel Summory 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY »SS!CNfENT SCURCE Cf FLNCS SEX P*CE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 

CLASSIFIC4TICN STATE FECERAl LCCAL VCCAT TOTAL MALE FECALE WUTE BLACK CTHEP 

CFFICIAL.AO'S.ffCRS. 1 111 

PRINCIPALS 1 111 

4SST PPINCtTEACUNG 

ASST PRINC.KONTEACHING 

ELE"^ENTARY TEACHERS 12 2 15 3 12 15 

SECONDARY TEACHERS 5 1 3 5 1* 8 6 l<. 

CTHER TEACHERS 3 2 1 6 1 5 <i 2 

GUIDANCE I i 1 I 

PSYCHCLCGICAL 

LIBRARIAN, AUDIOVISUAL 2 2 2 2 

CONSULTANT, SUPER VISOR 

OTHER PROFESSIONAL 2 2 2 2 

TEACHER AIDES 7 2 9 9 8 1 

TECHNICIANS 

CLERICAL, SECRETARIAL 2 3 5 5 5 

SERVICE WCRKERS 

SKILLED CRAFTS 

LABORERS, UNSKILLED 2 5 '73*52 

TfJTAL 38 5 15 5 63 20 <i3 58 5 

♦ VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAIC A FPRC > IRATELY 62.18PCT FROH STATE, 
25.<)*PCT FRCf LOCAL, AND 12.18PCT rUCf FEDERAL FLNCS. 

1962-63 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 

AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE •••»•••»»» per PUPIL E<PENDITU»E •••»•»•• 

FINAL PFRCENT 

LEA • ADH STATE FEDERAL LOCAL TOTAL STATE FEDERAL LOCAL TOTAL OF TOTAL 

IRYON CITY 535 

SALARIES 660,703 75.776 161,567 898,0*6 123*. 96 1*1.6* 302.00 1,678.60 70.1 

E«PLQ>;E BENEFITS 130,916 16,3*1 36,828 18*. 085 2**. 70 30.5* 68.8* 3**. 08 1' ' 

PURrHASED SERVICES 18,968 8.629 *2,792 70,388 35. *5 16.13 79.9^ 131.57 5.5 

:£S t MATERIALS 23,586 33,655 5*,*7T 111.718 **.J9 62.91 101.83 208.83 -.7 

CAPITAL OUTLAY 2,207 377 1.208 3.792 *.13 .70 2.26 7.09 .3 

OTHER OBJECTS *57 1,296 10.*00 12,153 .85 2. -.2 19.** 22.71 .9 

TOTAL 836.837 136.073 307,272 1,280.182 156*. 18 25*. 3* 57*. 36 2.392.88 100.0 

PERCENT OF TOTAL 65.* 10.6 2*.0 100.0 



11-209 



RANDOLPH 

George R. Fleetwood, Supt. 
2222 S. Fayetteville Street 
Asheboro, N. C. 27203 

17 Elementary Schools 
4 Secondary Schools 

5th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1982-83 
FINAL 



10 



12 T«H EXCP TOTAL 



ENRCLL 930 S76 952 96 2 10t7 1158 1199 1198 1212 1286 1005 

AOM 912 96^ 926 958 IC<1 1135 1181 1182 1177 1198 

ADA 850 908 882 912 991 1C75 1115 1111 1091 1103 

MLD 923 97<i 928 955 1C29 1143 1178 1182 1162 1137 

PROM 880 nC 885 919 968 1112 1128 1123 1111 963 

N-P 43 104 43 36 51 31 50 59 51 174 



005 


887 


784 


34 


82 


13732 


949 


852 


763 


35 


86 


13359 


885 


79 5 


713 


33 


80 


12544 


9 09 


833 


749 


35 


84 


13231 


848 


796 


726 


29 


60 


12458 


61 


37 


23 


6 


4 


773 



1983-84 
FIRST MO 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



ENPOLL 949 1007 913 938 975 1014 1182 1200 1199 1264 1040 872 835 35 63 13486 
AOK 942 1004 909 9 34 971 1007 1170 1192 1189 1248 1025 865 831 35 63 13385 

ADA 911 971 889 908 941 972 1127 1143 1136 1178 979 825 800 34 60 12874 



1 962-63 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer School Graduates) 



AMER1C4N 
INDIAN 



P'-'6L1C SR. INST NC 

r.T-lIC SR. JUT-STATE 
TtTAL 



TOTAL 

NUVBEP Prf'CENT 



PP. IVArE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE Sk. 0UTST4TE 
TOTAL 

CCMM :OLL, TECH NC 

C.C. TECh OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PSIVA'E JR. OUTSTATE 
TCTAL 

TRAOE, BUSINESS NC 
TRiDE, 6USI OUTSTATE 
T3TAL 

KILITARY 

EMPLOY -IE NT 

CTHcqS »• 

GRAND TOTAL •»• 



3 


*. 


0.5 


17 


32 


4.3 


101 


19 1 


25.8 








0.0 


103 


191 


25.8 


7 


13 


1.8 








0.0 


7 


13 


1.8 


26 


23 


Z.« 


1 


2 


0.3 


27 


30 


'..0 


3 


^.3 


5.8 


175 


217 


«.2.8 


6 


12 


1.6 


389 


7^1 


100.0 



» INCLUDES KISPANICS, ALASKAN NATIVES, AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLAN0E1S 
"INCLUDES INFCRyATION NOT AVAILABLE. HARRIED, ETC. 



11-210 



Randolph 

1960-64 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT SCURCE CF FLNCS SFX PACE/ETHNIC CPIGIN 



CLASSIFICATICN STATE FECERAl ICCAL VCCAT TOTAL PALE FEMALE WUTE 

CFFICIALf AC>'S.,I'GRS. t I 

PRINCIPALS il 

ASST PRINC, TEACHING 2 

ASST PRINCtNONTEACHING 1! 

ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 33C I 331 35 296 308 23 

SECONDARY TEACHERS S* 1 95 *2 53 92 3 

OTHER TEACHERS 8* 16 27 ^9 

GUIDANCE 15 3 18 2 16 17 1 

PSYCHOLCCICAL I 11 1 

LIHRARIAN.AIOICVISUAL 22 

CONSULTANT. SUPERVISOR 6 1 1 

CTHFR PROFESSICNAL 19 2 

TEACHER AICES Ite 5 18 2 

TECHNICIANS 2 

CLERICAL, SECRETARIAL 26 2C 

SERVICE WCRKERS 31 S^ 

SKILLEC CRAFTS 12 2* 

LABORERS, UNSKILLED 

TOTAL 852 2* 188 55 



7 


<> 


3 


7 


21 


la 


3 


21 


2 


1 


1 


2 


15 


12 


3 


15 


331 


35 


296 


308 


95 


*2 


53 


92 


176 


58 


118 


172 


18 


2 


16 


17 


1 


I 






22 




22 


22 


8 


5 


3 


8 


21 


5 


16 


19 


193 


1 


192 


187 


2 


1 


1 


2 


46 


1 


*5 


«6 


125 


22 


103 


108 


36 


35 


1 


36 



» VOCATICNAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAIC A F FBCX IfA TELY 62.18PCT FRCM STATE, 
25.6'.PCT FRCC LOCAL, ANC 12.18PCT FRCM FECERAL FLNCS. 

1962-63 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 

AHOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE •»•••••••• PER PUPIL EXPENDITURE ••••»••< 

FINAL 

LEA ADM STATE FEDERAL LOCAL 

RANDOLPH COUNTY 13,359 

SALARIES 13,231,228 772,505 2,097.785 

E»(>LOyEE BENEFITS 2,596.5*0 128.350 277,7*8 

PJRCHASEO SERVICES ♦36,*** 54,200 511, *22 

SUPPLIES <: MATERIALS 8*5,58* 3*0,27* 1,615,515 

CAPITAL OUTLAY 8,299 81,311 2*,*16 

UTHdR U8JECTS 2,171 1,931 152.215 

TOTAL 17,120.266 1.378.570 *.679,i00 

PERCENT CF ilAL 73.9 5.9 20.2 



11-211 















PEPCENI 




TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


CF TOTAL 


16 


,101,518 


990.** 


57.83 


157.03 


1.205.30 


69.5 


3 


002.638 


19*.37 


9.61 


20. 79 


22*. 77 


12.9 


1 


002,065 


32.67 


*.06 


3«.2e 


75.01 


*.3 


2 


.801,372 


63.30 


25. *7 


120.93 


209.70 


12.1 




11*. 026 


.62 


6.09 


1.83 


8.5* 


.5 




156,317 


.16 


.1* 


11.39 


11.69 


.7 


23 


177,936 

100. 


1281.56 


103.20 


350.25 


1.735.01 


100.0 



Asheboro 

Duane J, Mattheis, Supt. 

1126 S. Park Street, P. 0. Box 1103 

Asheboro, N. C. 27203 

5 Elementary Schools 

1 Secondar)' School 

2 Combined Schools 

5th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1982-83 


































FINAL 


K 


I 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


THH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


ENROLL 


249 


252 


244 


269 


2«9 


266 


331 


360 


3 29 


314 


350 


29 2 


248 


13 


37 


3853 


ACM 


236 


25C 


245 


263 


2S4 


264 


318 


351 


315 


306 


3 39 


282 


245 


14 


40 


3762 


ACA 


222 


238 


234 


251 


2i2 


253 


306 


328 


295 


286 


320 


26 5 


232 


12 


34 


3558 


MLO 


233 


254 


246 


265 


2S3 


264 


315 


349 


3C8 


300 


322 


276 


246 


14 


42 


3737 


PRCM 


227 


223 


22S 


258 


2E6 


258 


308 


321 


2 77 


270 


308 


262 


242 


14 


41 


3524 


N-P 


6 


31 


17 


7 


7 


6 


7 


28 


31 


30 


24 


14 


4 




I 


213 


1983-84 


































FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


ENROLL 


232 


266 


258 


232 


262 


294 


274 


330 


3 50 


307 


2 89 


331 


2 64 


12 


49 


3750 


ADM 


229 


263 


256 


229 


260 


289 


274 


329 


348 


30 4 


287 


330 


264 


12 


49 


3723 


ADA 


223 


255 


252 


225 


254 


281 


269 


313 


333 


292 


277 


317 


251 


11 


41 


3 594 



1962-63 High School Groduote Intentions 

(Includes 1962 Sunmer School Graduate) 



TOTAL AMERICAN 
INDIAN 



PUS'.IC SK. INST NC 

PJ3LI; SR. OUT-STATE 
t.;TAL 

PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
^-IVATE SR. OUTSTATE 
TCTAL 

CCI^ COLL, TECH NC 

C.C. 'fCH OUT-STATE 
TCTAL 

PRIVATE JR. CCLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

TRADE, BUSINESS NC 
TRADE, BUSI OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

HiLITARy 

EMPLOY HE NT 

OTHERS »• 

GFAfgD TOTAL ••» 



7.0 
1.7 



?5.1 

1.2 

36.4 

1.7 
0.0 
1.7 

0.4 
0.0 
0.4 

6.2 

13.6 

S.O 

100.0 



» INCLUOES HISPANICS. ALASKAN NATIVES, AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
••INCLUDES INFCRMATION NOT AVAILABLE, MARRIED, ETC. 



11-212 



Asheboro 



1963-64 Public School Personnel Summory 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGN'-ENT 



SCURCE CF FLNCS 



PICE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 



CLASSIFICATION 



STATE FECERAl ItCAL 



FEfALE WI-ITE 



CFFICIAL,ACf'S..MGRS. 


4 


PRINCIPALS 


a 


ASST PRINC, TEACHING 


1 


ASST PRINC, NOMEACHING 


2 


ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 


77 


SECONDARY lEACFERS 


t<) 


OTHER TEACHERS 




GUIDANCE 


4 


PSYCHOLOGICAL 


1 


LI8RARIAN,«L'DICVISUAL 


7 


CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 




OTHER PROFESSICKAL 




TEACHER AICES 


39 


TECHNICIANS 




CLERICAL, SECRETARIAL 


5 


SERVICE WORKERS 


13 


SKILLED CRAFTS 




LABORERS, UNSKILLED 




TOTAL 


23C 



19 

37 



» VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAIC A f FRO X IKATELY 62.18PCT FROM STATE, 
25.64PCT FRCf" LOCAL, AND IJ.IBPCT FRCH fEDERAl FUNDS. 



1962-60 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



LEA 
ASHEBORO CITY 
SALARIES 

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 
PURCHASED SERVICES 
SUPPLIES t MATERIALS 
CAPITAL OUTLAY 
OTHER OBJECTS 
TOTAL 
PERCENT CF TOTAL 



FINAL 

ADK 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE 
STATE 



4.003.423 

e00.S2S 

123.612 

128,823 

4.089 

1,107 

5.061.578 

66.1 



FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


286,656 


1.223.214 


59.103 


244,109 


15.558 


210.684 


100,496 


401,916 


7,456 


13,378 


37 


34,096 


469.306 


2,127.397 


6.1 


27.8 



>*•••**••• PER PUPIL EXPENDITURE 



PERCEN 
TOTAL STATE FEDERAL LOCAL TOTAL CF TOT. 



5,513.293 1064.17 
1,103.737 212.79 



76.20 325.15 1,465.52 72.0 

15. Tl 64.89 293.39 14.4 

4.14 56. OC 93.00 4.6 

26.71 106.84 167. 79 8.2 

1.98 3.56 6.63 .3 

.01 9.06 9.36 

7,658,281 1345.44 124.75 565-50 2,035.69 100 
lOO.O 



349 


855 


32.86 


631 


235 


34.24 


24 


923 


1.09 


35 


240 


.29 



11-213 



RICHMOND 

M. D. James, Supt. 

522 W. Hamlet Avenue, Drawer 1259 

Hamlet, N. C. 28345 

10 Elementary Schools 
1 Secondary School 
5 Combined Schools 

4th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1962-83 
FINAL 



10 



12 THH EXCP TOTAL 



ENROLL 



729 727 7A1 772 752 T<9 765 822 693 755 693 63<i 6C6 37 



19 



AD^' 698 

ACA 658 

MLD 696 

PRCM 625 

N-P 71 

1982-84 

FIRST MO K 

EN!»OLL 726 

ADM 7 14 

ADA 696 



707 


722 


758 


T,0 


736 


756 


802 


6 76 


718 


661 


596 


566 


38 


24 


9218 


675 


6?1 


72 9 


7C8 


7C6 


721 


761 


6 32 


677 


621 


548 


541 


35 


20 


8723 


713 


719 


75 8 


740 


735 


756 


796 


669 


701 


643 


570 


577 


39 


25 


9137 


fcCS 


675 


718 


727 


723 


743 


742 


6 30 


644 


558 


518 


555 


39 


20 


8526 


104 


44 


40 


13 


12 


13 


54 


39 


57 


85 


52 


22 




5 


611 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


735 


660 


713 


728 


742 


734 


793 


769 


68 7 


726 


617 


542 


35 


22 


9229 


734 


656 


711 


726 


740 


732 


789 


7 64 


679 


717 


608 


535 


34 


22 


9161 


715 


637 


694 


709 


720 


716 


765 


737 


64 5 


688 


579 


512 


31 


21 


8865 



i 962-63 High School Graduate intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer School Graduates) 



AMERIC«N 
I NO IAN 



TOTAL AMERICAN 
INOI AN 



rOTAl 
TOTAL NUMBER PE^C^NT 



PUBLIC SP. INST NC 

PUSLi: SR. OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

P^IVATE SK. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. CUTSTATE 



:CM>1 COLL, TECH NC 
C.C. TECH O'JT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE JR. CCLL NC 
PMViTE JR. OUTSTATE 
TCTAL 

TRAOE, BUSINESS NC 
TRADE. BL'SI OUTSTATE 
TCTAL 

MILITARY 

EVPLOVMENT 

CTHERS •• 

GR4\D TOTAL **» 



3 


0.5 


94 


1 ' .1 


16 


2.9 


2 


0.* 


18 


3.3 


63 


2 9.6 


3 


0.5 


66 


:0.2 


3 


0.5 





0.0 


3 


0.5 


2 


O.A 


1 


0.2 


3 


0.5 


77 


14.0 


67 


30.4 


?2 


4.0 


•iO 


100. 



• INCLUOfS HISPAMCS. ALASKAN NATIVES, AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
••INCLUDES INFCRMATION NOT AVAILABLE, MARRIED, ETC. 



11-214 



Ri cbmond 

1963-64 Public School Personnel Summory 

(Full-time personnel only) 

ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT SCURCE CF FLNCS SEX RACE/ETHNIC C«IGIN 



3 


6 


1 


10 


3 


6 


211 


157 


123 


160 



CLASSIFICATICN STATE FECERAL tCCAL VCCAT TOTAL HALE FEfALE WUTE BLACK OTHER 



CFFICIAL. Act's. .fCRS. < 1 18 

PRINCIPALS 15 15 

ASST PRINCtTEACHING 

ASST PRINCNONTEACHING 10 10 

ELEMENTARY TEACHERS IS* 20 « 218 

SECONDARY TEACHERS 15* 8 S «0 211 

CTHER TEACHERS « 1 5 

GUIDANCE e- 1 1 

PSYCHOLCGICAL 

LIBRARIAN. AUDIOVISUAL 17 

CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 2 1 

CTHER PRCFESSICNAL 5 2 

TEACHER AICES 112 20 

TECHNICIANS 1 

CLERICAL, SECRETARIAL 17 2 2* 

SERVICE HCRKERS 54 97 19 

SKILLED CRAFTS 7 1 

LABORERS, UNSKILLED 

TOTAL 6C5 152 59 41 



17 




17 


14 


3 




3 


3 


7 


3 


4 


. 5 


32 


2 


130 


91 


43 




43 


35 



» VnCATICKAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID A FPRCX If ATELY 62.18PCT FROM STATE, 
25.64PCT FROM LOCAL, AND 12.18PCT FRCH FEDERAL FUNDS. 

1962-63 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 

AMOUNTS EXPENDED 8Y SOURCE •«»•»*♦»•• PH« PUPIL E<PENOITURE ••••♦••' 

STATE FEDERAL LOCAL 





FINAL 














LEA 


ADK 




STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 




TOTAL 


RICHMOND COUNTY 


9,216 














SALARIES 




9 


.470,848 


1.670,459 


1.196,333 


12 


,337.640 


EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 




1 


.771.054 


193,912 


229,652 


2 


,194,618 


PURCHASED SERVICES 






215,518 


56.432 


402.643 




674.592 


SUPPLIES t MATERIALS 






596,394 


493,8 84 


862.171 


1 


,952,448 


CAPITAL OUTLAY 








36,174 


31,796 




67,970 


OTHER OBJECTS 






1,810 


777 


108,158 




110,744 


TOTAL 




12 


,055,624 


2,451,636 


2.830.752 


17 


,338,012 


PERCENT CF TOTAL 






69.6 


14.1 


16.3 




100.0 



192.13 21.04 24.91 

23.38 6.12 43.68 

64.70 53.58 93.53 

3.92 3.45 

.20 .08 11.73 

17.338,012 1307.84 265.96 307.08 1.880.8C 





PERCENT 


TOTAL 


Or TOTAL 


1.338.43 


71.2 


238.08 


12.6 


73.18 


3.9 


211.81 


11.3 


7.37 


.4 


12.01 


.6 



11-215 



ROBESON 

Pumell Swett, Supt. 
Highway 72 and 711, Box 1328 
Lumberton, N. C. 28358 

17 Elementary Schools 
3 Secondary Schools 
7 Combined Schools 

4th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1982-83 
FIN*L 

ENROLL 

ADM 

ADA 

MLO 

PRCM 

N-P 

1983-84 
FIRST MO 



1 



e 



10 



1167 1219 11A6 1175 11S9 1328 1164 1144 1078 1234 1149 

1142 1200 1134 1153 1175 1305 1154 1137 1070 1179 1078 

1089 U5C ICSe 1117 1141 1263 1117 1C88 1019 1102 1002 

1135 1199 1130 1153 1U9 1303 1154 1147 1069 1155 1034 

1058 1C69 1056 1123 1121 1264 1124 1103 1026 1000 901 

77 130 74 30 38 19 30 44 43 155 133 



1 



10 



11 



11 



12 THH EXCP TOTAL 



977 


710 


38 


38 


14766 


94 2 


699 


41 


35 


14444 


882 


6 59 


36 


28 


13791 


922 


693 


43 


36 


14342 


818 


675 


43 


32 


13443 


104 


18 




4 


899 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



ENROLL 1092 1208 1161 1106 1182 1164 1353 1188 1150 1144 1128 953 776 
ADM 1086 1204 1157 1102 1177 1165 1352 1188 1143 1132 1102 939 769 

ADA 1052 1172 1132 1082 1156 1141 1321 1160 1X07 1085 1054 893 742 



43 


31 


14679 


43 


31 


1^.590 


40 


26 


14163 



1962-63 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Inducte 1962 Summer School Graduata) 







( 






MALE 










FEMALE 








TOTAL 


.— 




MER ICAN 


BLACK 


WHITE 


OTHER* 


TOTAL 


AMERICAN 


BLACK 


WHITE 


OTHER* 


TOTAL 


NUMBER 


pfPCF'IT 




INST 


NC 


INOIAV 
37 








63 


INDIAN 
72 


23 








178 


25 





PUBLIC SR. 


12 


1* 





19 


1 


115 





PJ3LIC SR. 


OUT-STATE 


























2 


2 


7 


0. 

25. 


3 


TerAL 






37 


12 


14 





63 


72 


23 


19 


3 


117 


I?0 


PRIVATE SR. 


INST 


NC 


t 


3 


2 





11 


2 





3 





5 


16 


2 


i 


PRIVATE SR. 


OUTSTATE 


3 


1 


1 





5 


3 











3 


8 


1 


1 
4 


TOTAL 






S 


4 


3 





16 


5 





3 





8 


24 


3 


COVM :OLL, 


TECH 


NC 


59 


10 


lA 





83 


96 


26 


30 





152 


235 


33 


1 



C.C. TECH QJT-STATE 


C 



































TOTAL 






5? 


10 


14 





83 


96 


26 


30 





152 


235 


3 ? 


1 


pkivate jr. 


COLL 


NC 

















2 





2 





4 


4 





6 


PRIVATE JR. 


OUTSTATE 


3 


1 








4 





Q 











4 





6 


TCTAL 






3 


1 








4 


2 





2 





4 


e 


1 


1 


TRADE, BUSINESS 


NC 


1, 











4 





3 


3 





t 


10 


1 


4 
C 


TRADE, BUSl 


OLTSTATE 


I 











5 


1 





1 





2 


7 


1 


TC-AL 






9 











9 


1 


3 


4 





8 


17 


2 


4 


MIL ITARY 






3C 


29 


12 





71 


1 


8 


2 





11 


82 


I 1 


.5 


EMPLD/MENT 






4- 


20 


23 





86 


33 


17 


14 





64 


150 


21 


1 


OTHERS »• 






5 





2 





7 


8 











8 


15 


2 


.1 


SfANO TOTAL 


♦ •c 




19 f 


76 


68 





3 39 


218 


77 


74 


3 


37 2 


711 


100 


.0 



IfJCLUTFS HISPANICS, ALASKAN NATIVES, AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
■INCLUDES INFCRMATION NOT AVAILABLE, MARRIED, ETC. 



11-216 



Robeson 



1960-64 Public School Personnel Summory 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSICNKENT 



SCURCE CF FLNCS 



P4Ce/ETHNIC ORIGIN 



CLASSIFICATICN 



STATE FECERAL ICCAL 



FEVALE WHITE 



CFFICIAl,AC>'S.,KGRS. 


3 


PRINCIPALS 


27 


ASST PRINC, TEACHING 




ASST PRINC.KCNIEACHING 


13 


ELEMENTARY TE4CHERS 


3tt 


SECONDARY TEACHERS 


let 


CTHER TEACHERS 


1C2 


GUIDANCE 


13 


PSYCHCLCGICAL 


1 


LIBRARIAN, AUOICVISUAL 


a 


CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 


s 


OTHER PRCFESSICNAL 


IC 


TEACHER AIDES 


195 


TECHNICIANS 




CLERICAL, SECRETARIAL 


31 


SERVICE WCRKERS 


ec 


SKILLED CRAFTS 


3C 


LABORERS. UNSKILLED 




TOTAL 


1007 



I 

1 

20 
150 
23 



5 

28 

13 
366 

106 

256 

13 

1 

21 

18 

17 

243 



231 
53 



55 
181 



',1 


325 


103 


52 


5'f 


37 


67 


169 


87 


4 

1 


9 


2 

1 



6 


7 


62 


2Cl 


18 


51 


63 


106 



7 

11 

1*3 



15* 
32 



VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES APE PAID AFPSC» If'A TELY 62.18PCT FROM STATE, 
25.6'iPCT FROM LOCAL, AND 12.18FCT FRCf" FEDERAL FLNOS. 



1962-63 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE 



*»•••••*«• PER PIPIL E<PENOITURE 



LEA 


FINAL 
AOK 




STATE 




FEDERAL 




LOCAL 




TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


RaaesoN counjy 


I4.4A4 


























SALARIES 




I* 


999,907 


3 


565,257 


1 


329,702 


19 


876.865 


1038.69 


265.65 


92.06 


1,376.00 


EHPLOYCE BENEFITS 




3 


028,676 




881.923 




209,682 


6 


.120.281 


209.68 


61.06 


16.52 


285.26 


PURCHASED SERVICES 






256,111 




609,887 




776,603 


1 


.660.601 


17.73 


62.22 


53.61 


113.56 


SUPPLIES C MATERIALS 




1 


097, *5* 


1 


,907,638 


1 


011.982 


6 


,016,876 


75.98 


132.06 


70.06 


278.10 


CAPITAL OUTLAY 






21,526 




113,078 




5,927 




160.528 


1.69 


7.83 


.61 


9.73 


OTHER OBJECTS 






8,430 




173.570 




96,373 




278,372 


.58 


12.02 


6.67 


19.27 


TOTAL 




19 


♦ 12,102 


7 


,231.153 


3 


628,067 


30 


,071,322 


1363.95 


500.66 


237.33 


2,081.92 


CERCENT OF TOTAL 






66.6 




26.0 




11.4 




100.0 











66. 1 

13.6 

5.5 

13.6 

.5 

.9 

ICO.O 



11-217 



^irmont 

Leon M. McLean, Supt. 
106 Trinity Street 
Fairmont, N. C. 28340 

2 Elementary Schools 
1 Secondary School 

4th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1982-83 


































FINAL 


K 


I 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


THH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


ENROLL 


204 


183 


ISl 


179 


1(9 


186 


207 


195 


2 06 


225 


182 


151 


135 


10 


5 


2428 


AOM 


196 


176 


He 


177 


1<2 


178 


2C3 


192 


2 00 


204 


169 


143 


124 


10 


6 


2340 


ADA 


184 


171 


182 


171 


157 


172 


195 


185 


189 


191 


158 


13 3 


126 


10 


6 


2230 


MLD 


195 


175 


185 


178 


160 


175 


205 


194 


199 


190 


162 


137 


134 


10 


6 


2305 


P»CM 


190 


146 


17C 


154 


156 


17C 


2C4 


178 


189 


155 


134 


130 


132 




6 


2114 


N-P 


5 


2<; 


li 


24 


4 


5 


1 


16 


10 


35 


28 


7 


2 


10 




191 


1982-84 


































FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 



ENROLL 167 223 159 200 162 166 175 213 188 23 1 170 
AOy 166 221 157 197 162 163 173 210 184 221 163 
ADA 161 214 153 193 159 158 169 20 3 179 208 153 



154 


114 


13 


2335 


149 


111 


13 


2 290 


143 


104 


12 


2 209 



1 9d2-dd High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer School Graduatae) 



AMERICAN 
I NO IAN 


BLACK 


MALE 
WHITE 


OTHER* 


TOTAL 


AMER ICAN 
INDIAN 


BLACH 


FEMALE 
WHITE 

11 



11 


OTHES» 






TOTAL 

3A 

24 


T 
NUMBER 

58 



51 


DTAL 

PERCE'lT 


OJ3LIC SR. INST NC 
PJ3Li: SR. OUT-STATE 
TJTiL 





10 

10 


11 



11 







24 


24 


8 

8 


15 


15 


'.r.O 
0. 


P;,!VATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OUTSTATE 
Ti.TAL 


c 























































0.0 

CO 
0.0 


Cr.MM COL It TECH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TCTAL 


1 
c 

1 


5 

5 


10 

10 







16 

15 


5 


5 


11 



11 


6 

6 







22 


22 


38 



38 


27.5 

0.0 

27.5 


PRIVATE JR. CCLL NC 
^hlVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 





c 





















































0. 
0. ■ 
0.0 


TCAOE, BfSINESS NC 
TFiDE. Bust OUTSTATE 

TnT^L 


c 

























































0.0 
0.0 
0.0 


-!(. I liRr 


z 


11 








13 


1 


4 


1 





6 


19 


i?.e 


E"PLCVM£NT 


1 


3 


7 





11 


4 


7 








11 


22 


15.9 


O'HEHS •• 


c 





1 





1 

















1 


0.7 


GRAND TCTAL •*• 


7 


29 


29 





65 


18 


37 


18 





73 


138 


10 0. n 


— — ..... — — 


-.— .-..« 


— **-.—.. 


-—_..—. 


—....— 


—*...._ 


.......... 


— -— -. 


.. — .».. 


— — — - 


— -- — -- 


— -- — -- — 





• INCLUDES HISPANICS, ALASKAN NATIVESt AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
•'INCLUDES INFORMATION NOT AVAILABLE. MARRIEOi ETC. 



11-218 



Fairmont 



1963-64 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-Ume personnel only) 



ACTIVITY i>SSIGN^'ENT 



SCURCE CF FLNCS 



"ACE/ETHNIC C!<ir.IN 



CLASSIFICATICN 



STATE fECERAl ItCAL 



FE^AtE WUTE 



PRINCIPALS 
«SST PRINC, TEACHING 
ASST PRINC, NONTEACHING 
ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 
SECONDARY TEACHERS 
CTHER TEACHERS 
GUIDANCE 
PSYCHOLCGICAL 
LISRARIAN.ALDICVISUAL 
CONSULT ANT, SUPER VISOR 
CTHER PHCFESSICNAL 
TEACHER AIDES 
TECHNICIANS 
CLERICAL. SECRETARIAL 
SERVICE WCRKERS 
SKILLED CRAFTS 
LA30RERS, UNSKILLED 
TOTAL 



58 




2t 




10 


1* 


1 


1 


3 




1 


1 



2 
1 





5 


A 


1 


3 1 




3 


3 




2 I 




3 


1 


2 




1 


59 


5 


5* 


3A 17 


n 


37 


13 


24 


25 8 




24 




24 


14 7 


I 


3 


2 


I 


1 2 




3 




3 


2 1 




2 




2 


1 I 



10 




10 


38 


10 


28 


1 


1 





• VOCATIONAL TEACHJRS' SALARIES ARE PAIC < f PBCX IKA TEL Y 62.18PCT FRCH STATE, 
25.ft*PCT FRCM LOCAL, AND 12.18PCT FRC^" FEDERAL FLNCS. 



1962-63 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE 





FINAL 












LEA 


ADM 




STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


filRMuNT CITY 


2,3*0 












SAURIES 




2 


,532,021 


♦71,304 


173,122 


3.176,**7 


EHPlOYcE BENEFITS 






506.792 


139,012 


42,362 


688,166 


PURCHASED SERVICES 






51,157 


45,651 


244,293 


341,301 


SUPPLIES t MATERIALS 






187.074 


274,157 


99,530 


560,761 


CAPITAL OUTLAY 






9,389 


4,021 


999 


14, 409 


OTHER CBJECTS 






596 


7,102 


47,222 


5*,919 


TOTAL 




3 


287,028 


941,446 


607.529 


4,836.002 


'=«CENT OF TOTAL 






67.9 


19.5 


12.6 


100.0 



*«••»••••• PER PUPIL EtPENDITURE 

TOTAL STATE FEDERAL LOCAL TOTAL 

3.176,**7 1082.06 201.41 73.98 1,357. 45 

216.58 59. ♦! 18.10 29*. 09 

21.86 19.59 10*. *0 1*5.85 

79.95 117.16 *2.53 239.6* 

*.0l 1.72 .43 6-16 

.25 3.03 20.18 23.*fr 

4,836,002 1404.71 *02.32 259.62 2,066.65 



PERCENT 
CF roiAL 



65.7 

1*.2 

7.1 

11.6 

.3 

1.1 

100.0 



11-219 



Lumberton 



Dr. L. Gilbert Carroll, Supt. 
800 N. Walnut St. , Box 910 
Lumberton, N. C. 28358 

6 Elementary Schools 
1 Secondary School 
1 Combined School 

4th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1982-83 


































FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


THH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


FNROLL 


a'ig 


371 


327 


379 


358 


413 


403 


432 


423 


375 


377 


276 


262 


22 




4767 


ACM 


^'*'t 


356 


320 


369 


3A7 


4C5 


401 


410 


402 


36 3 


352 


26 8 


254 


22 




4613 


AOA 


32^^ 


34C 


3C8 


355 


333 


368 


383 


384 


369 


33 7 


327 


247 


234 


20 




4349 


MLO 


350 


350 


321 


373 


346 


396 


402 


399 


394 


348 


334 


257 


248 


23 




4541 


PROH 


339 


324 


316 


366 


341 


393 


398 


374 


360 


330 


297 


238 


239 


23 




4338 


N-P 


11 


2C 


i 


7 


5 


3 


4 


25 


34 


18 


37 


19 


9 






203 


1983-84 


































FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


ENFOLL 


307 


361 


329 


322 


336 


329 


3 84 


383 


394 


36 1 


365 


316 


244 


17 




4448 


ADK 


302 


359 


325 


319 


334 


326 


382 


375 


385 


356 


361 


315 


243 


17 




4399 


ADA 


29 4 


348 


316 


310 


325 


316 


370 


364 


3 66 


34 4 


347 


300 


230 


16 




4246 



1962-63 High School Groduote Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer Sdnadi Graduates) 





»1ERIC*N 
I NO I AN 


BLACK 


HALE 
WHITE 


aHER* 


TOTAL 


AMERICAN 

INDIAN 


SLACK 


fEMALE 
rfHITE 


OTHER* 


TOTAL 


MU-P,FC 


TOTAL 


P-'-Ll'. S«. INST NC 
■>.3Li: S5. OUT-STiTE 
T.TAL 




C 


11 

11 


30 
31 







Al 

I 

^.2 


3 



3 


12 



12 


19 
20 







34 

1 
35 


T5 

2 

77 


■•l.<. 

O.v 

32.2 


DP'ViTE Si^. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. DUTSTATE 
TCTAL 


I 

D 

1 


3 


3 


11 







12 
3 
15 







3 

3 


1 

2 

12 







13 

? 

15 


?5 

5 

30 


in.s 

2.1 
'.2.6 


CC^ COLL, TECt- NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TCTAL 


1 



1 


3 

3 









10 

1 

11 







4 
2 
6 


30 



30 







34 

2 

36 


44 

3 
47 


! 8.4 

1.3 

19.7 


PRIVA'E JR. COLL NC 
PRIVA'-E JR. OUTSTATE 
TCTAL 


c 


















3 
1 












5 
1 
5 







5 
1 
6 


8 

2 

10 


3.3 

0.8 
4. 2 


rsADE, BUSINESS NC 
T'AOE, BUSI OUTSTATE 
UTAL 


c 
c 









2 

2 







2 


2 




















4 


4 


6 

ft 


2.5 

0.0 
2.5 


Mil nmv 





12 


10 





22 





3 


1 





4 


26 


lO.O 


■"PL3VHENT 


2 


5 


6 





I'l 


3 


!> 


6 





13 


27 


11.3 


OTHERS •• 


3 


2 


6 





8 





3 


5 





8 


16 


6.7 


GRAND TOTAL •*• 


' 


36 


77 





118 


6 


31 


84 





121 


239 


100.0 



• INCUDES HISPANICS, ALASKAN NATIVES, AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
•INCLUDES INFORMATION MOT AVAILABLE! MARRIED, ETC. 



11-220 



Lumber ton 



i 960-64 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-tiine personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGN^-ENT 



CLASSIf ICATICN 



SCURCE CF FLNCS 



PACE/ETHNIC CPir.IN 



STATE FECERAL ICCAL 



FEfALE 1.1-ITE 



4 


1 


56 


2 


22 
71 


2* 



2 


2<> 


3 


15 


6 


8 


3 


1 



CFFICIAL,ADfS.,fGRS. 5 2 1 

PRINCIPALS 8 

ASST PRINCfTEACHING 

ASST PRISC.KONTEACHING £ 1 

ELclENTARir TEACHERS 1C7 9 IC '• 

SECONDARY TEACHERS *1 5 13 

OTHER TEACHERS 28 * 6 

GUIDANCE 3 I 

PSVCHOLCGICAL 

LIBRARIAN, ALOICVISUAL IC 

CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 

OTHER PROFESSIONAL 1 3 

TEACHER AICES J* 2 

TECHNICIANS 

CLERICALtSECRETARIAL 8 1 13 

SERVICE WCRKERS 21 50 

SKILLED CRAFTS 

LABORERS. UNSKILLED 

TOTAL 2';2 16 ?0 I*? «17 78 3 

* VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID «f PRO If-A TEL Y 62.18PCT FRCH STATE, 
25.6«PCT FRCK LOCAL, ANC i;.18PCT FRCW FEDERAL FLNCS. 



1962-63 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AHOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE 



LEA 

LUH9ERT0N ClIY 
SALARIES 

; BENE'ITS 
P'-CHASED SERVICES 

^leS t MATERIALS 
CAPITAL OUTLAY 
or !£R oajtCTS 
IOT\L 
PEf:;NT OF TOTAL 



FINAL 
AD*' 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


4,613 










«. 884,563 


560,612 


893,087 




975,602 


121.462 


179,135 




131,374 


43,856 


234,203 




173,569 


244,068 


285.222 




20,937 


27.328 


9,054 




99 7 


21,711 


46,818 




6,187,042 


1,019,036 


1.647.S19 




69.9 


11.5 


18.6 



• •••****•* PER PUPIL E<PEN0ITURE 



PFRCEST 
TOTAL STATE FEDERAL LOCAL TOTAL OF TOTAL 



6.338,262 1058.87 121.53 193.60 1,374.00 71.6 

1,276,199 211.49 26.33 38.63 276.65 "■ "> 

409,432 28.48 9.51 50.77 89.76 h.b 

702,859 37.63 52.91 tl.83 152.37 7.9 

57,320 4.54 5.92 1.96 12.42 .6 

69,526 .22 4.71 10.15 15.08 .8 

8,853,597 1341.23 220.91 357.14 1.919.28 100.0 

100.0 



11-221 



Red Springs 

John C. Ray, Supt. 
130 McNeill Drive 
Red Springs, N. C. 28377 

2 Elementary Schools 
1 Secondary School 

4th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1982-83 


































FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


ENRCLL 


141 


171 


142 


156 


164 


139 


155 


158 


132 


14 7 


lie 


93 


ICO 


10 


23 


1849 


AOf 


144 


16S 


143 


155 


U5 


139 


152 


156 


129 


137 


1C9 


94 


97 


8 


24 


1821 


ADA 


136 


161 


138 


151 


ito 


134 


147 


151 


122 


129 


101 


88 


91 


8 


22 


1739 


MLC 


147 


167 


142 


154 


167 


141 


154 


155 


126 


133 


106 


95 


95 


8 


23 


1813 


PRCM 


147 


143 


139 


150 


U7 


139 


151 


153 


112 


123 


97 


91 


95 


6 


22 


1737 


N-P 




24 


3 


4 




2 


3 


2 


14 


10 


9 


4 






1 


76 


1983-84 


































FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 



ENROLL 140 173 148 143 154 165 137 154 163 129 137 101 93 
ADK 139 170 147 140 153 161 136 152 159 126 135 98 92 

ADA 136 166 145 138 149 156 131 147 152 119 128 92 87 



8 2 5 1870 
7 25 1840 
7 23 1776 



1962-60 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1962 Summer School Graduates) 



AMERICAN BLACK 
INTIAK 



TOTAL A>1ERICAN BLACK 

INDIAN 



OTHE^* TCTAL 



PubLIC SR. INST NC 

PJ3LI: SR. CUT-STATE 
TCT-L 

PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OUTSTATE 

TCTAL 

CCV-< :OLL, TECV' NC 

C.C. TECH COT-STATE 



3.2 

0.0 



25.3 

0.0 
25.3 



P-lVATE JP. CCLL NC 
P'.IVArE JR. OUTSTATE 
TC riL 

T3S0E, BUSINESS NC 
TIRADE, BL'SI OUTSTATE 
TCTAL 



2.1 
0. 
2.1 

2.2 
1.1 
4.2 



yiLITaRY 
-1PL0YMENT 



• INCLUDES HISPANICS. ALASKAN NATIVES, AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
^'INCLUDES INFCRVATION NOT AVAILABLE, HARRIED, ETC. 



4. 2 

100.0 



11-222 



Red Springs 

1963-64 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 

ACTIVITY ^SSIGNt'ENT SCURCE Cf FLNCS SEX PACF/ETHMC CRIGIN 

CLASSIFICATICN STATE fEHERAl ICCAL VCCAT TOTAL MALE FEt'ALE WUTE BLACK OTHEP 

CFFICIAL.ACfS.,NGRS. * I I 6 3 3 4 11 

PRINCIPALS 3 3 3 2 1 

ASST PPINC, TEACHING 1 

ASST PRINC.NCNTEACHING 2 2 2 11 











51 




23 




17 









ELEMENTARY TEACHERS *8 2 1 51 5 '.6 27 17 

SECONCABY TEACHERS 15 1 7 

CTHER TEACHERS 6 8 1 

GUIDANCE 1 

PSYCHOLCGICAL 

LIBRARIAN, AUDICVISUAL 3 3 

CONSULT ANT, SUPER VISOR 

CTHER PRCFESSICKAL 11 2 

TEACHER AIDES 2* 3 3 I 31 

TECHNICIANS 3 3 

CLERICAL. SECRETARIAL 4 2 3 1 10 

SERVICE WCRKERS 6 19 25 

SKILLED CRAFTS 

LABORERS, UNSKILLED 

TOTAL 11"! 15 3« 10 17R 



2 


2 




28 


15 


11 


3 


3 




10 


8 


2 


19 


2 


20 



» VOCATIONAL TEACHERS* SALARIES ARE PAIC AFPRCX ICATELY 62.19PCT FRCM STATE, 
25.64PCT FRCM LOCAL. AND IZ.ISPCT FRCM FEDERAL FLNCS. 

i 962-63 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 

AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE 

FINAL 
LC* ADM STATE FEDERAL 

REO SPRINGS CITY 1,821 

SALARIES 1.914,823 423.642 

enPLilYEE BENEFITS 384,008 71.438 

PURCHASED SERVICES 80,919 25.S52 

SUPPLIES t MATERIALS 81,633 257,988 

CAPITAL OUTLAY 9,055 20,178 

OTHcR OBJECTS 149 8,760 

TOTAL 2.470,588 807,757 

PERCtSI OF TOTAL 65.4 21.4 



11-223 







•"•••♦»•• PER 


PUPIL EXPENDITURE 
















PERCENT 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


CF TOTAL 


240,863 


2,579,528 


10 51.52 


232.75 


132.2 7 


1,416.54 


68.3 


51,056 


506,502 


210.88 


39.2 3 


28.04 


278.15 


13.4 


62.695 


169,166 


44.44 


14.03 


34.43 


92.90 


4.5 


115,443 


455,064 


44.83 


141.67 


63.40 


2<.9.90 


12.1 


4,212 


33,445 


4.97 


11. oe 


2-31 


18.36 


.9 


22,364 


31,274 


.08 


4.81 


12.26 


17.17 


.8 


496,634 


3,774,979 


1356.72 


443.57 


272.73 


2,073.02 


100.0 


13.2 


100.0 













Saint Pauls 

R. Donald Kennedy, Supt. 
Old Stage Road N. , Box 287 
St. Pauls, N. C. 28384 

2 Elementary School 
1 Combined School 

4th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1982-83 


































FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


ti 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


ENROLL 


13A 


126 


122 


135 


129 


121 


122 


140 


135 


132 


139 


99 


?8 


11 




1643 


A OH 


128 


123 


12C 


12 5 


124 


122 


123 


137 


133 


130 


122 


90 


97 


10 




1584 


ACA 


121 


lis 


116 


12 1 


119 


lie 


119 


130 


125 


119 


112 


84 


90 


8 




1500 


MLO 


128 


122 


121 


124 


123 


121 


126 


133 


130 


125 


116 


90 


94 


9 




1562 


PRCN 


123 


105 


11? 


119 


120 


121 


126 


129 


122 


91 


95 


77 


S2 






1432 


N-P 


5 


17 


9 


5 


3 






4 


8 


34 


21 


13 


2 


9 




130 


1983- 8A 


































FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 



ENROLL 128 139 120 119 119 122 125 137 134 147 115 102 93 
ADK 124 136 116 116 118 119 121 133 131 140 106 96 90 

ADA 121 133 114 113 115 115 118 128 122 133 97 89 83 



1608 
1554 
1488 



i 962-63 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Sunmer SdnsxH GraduataB) 



AMERICAN BLACK 

INDIAN- 



WHITE OTHER* 



TOTAL AMERICAN BLACK 
INDIAN 



(>jeLIC SR. INST NC 

P. .11 i: SR. DU7-STATF 



PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OUTSTATE 
TCTAL 



t.5 
0.0 



CC^M COLL, TECH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TCTiL 

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 



0.0 
17.? 



TRADE, BUSINESS NC 
T34DE. PUSI CUTSTATE 
T3TAL 

VILITARY 

JxPLOrK'NT 

OTHERS »» 

GfAND TOTAL *•* 



A. 3 
100.0 



• INCLUDES HISPANICS, ALASKAN NATIVES, AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
•'INCLUDES INFCR"\ATION NOT AVAILABLE, MARRIED, ETC. 



11-224 



1963-64 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACrrVITV ASSIGNMENT 



SCURCE Cf FCNCS 



Saint Pauls 



BACE/ETHNIC OICIN 



CLASSIFICATION 



STATE FECERAl ICCAL VCCAT 



FEMALE WUTE BLACK OTHER 



CFFICIAL.ACfS.,»'CRS- 
FRINCIPiLS 
ASST PPINC. TEACHING 
ASST PRINC,NONTE«CHING 
ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 
SECONDARY TEACHERS 
CTHER TEACHERS 
GUIDANCE 
PSYCHOLOGICAL 
LIBRARIAN.AUCICVISU&L 
CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 
CTHER PRCFESSICNAL 
TEACHER AICES 
TECHNICIANS 
CLERICAL. SECRETARIAL 
SERVICE WCRKERS 
SKILLEC CRAFTS 
LABORERS. UNSKILLED 
TOTAL 



2 

40 

25 

15 

3 





2 


36 


Z*, 


17 


IS 


13 


11 


2 


2 



* VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID A f PRCX IMATELV 62.18PCT FROM STATE, 
25.6'iPCT FROM LOCAL, AND 12.18PCT FRC FEDERAL FLNCS. 



1962-63 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE 



• *•*•••••• PER PUPIL EXPENDITURE •••••••• 



LEA 


FINAL 

ADM 




STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 




TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


PEPCEN 
OF TOT 


SAINT PAULS CITY 


1,58* 
























SALARIES 




1 


610,219 


295,662 


186,7*1 


2 


.092,622 


1016.55 


186.66 


117.89 


1.321.10 


70.0 


EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 






325,091 


51,51* 


3*.l** 




*10,7*9 


205.23 


32.52 


21.56 


259.31 


13.6 


PURCHASED SERVICES 






*1,960 


10,9*8 


10*. 729 




157,637 


26. *9 


6.91 


66.12 


99.52 


5.3 


SUPPLIES S MATERIALS 






73,*T0 


111.368 


111,3*7 




296,185 


*6.38 


70.31 


70.30 


186.99 


9.9 


CAPITAL OUTLAY 






5.039 


2,726 


2,919 




10.68* 


3.18 


1.72 


1.8* 


6.7* 


.* 


OTHER OBJECTS 






*58 


8,6*6 


1*.511 




23,615 


.29 


5.*5 


9.16 


I*. 91 


.8 


TOTAL 




2 


,056,237 


*80,863 


*5*.392 


2 


.991,*92 


1298.12 


303.58 


2 86.8 7 


1,888.57 


100.0 


PERCENT CF TOTAL 






68.7 


16.1 


15.2 




100.0 













11-225 



ROCKINGHAM 

Dr. Richard H. Schultz, Supt. 

Box 8 

Wentworth N. C. 27375 

7 Elementary Schools 
1 Secondary School 
1 Combined School 

5th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



l<382-83 
















FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


ENROLL 


335 


3-^9 


339 


399 


358 


4C2 


438 


AOH 


321 


335 


332 


39 1 


252 


297 


422 


ADA 


296 


217 


316 


373 


335 


381 


401 


MLD 


320 


33C 


329 


389 


3tC 


396 


420 


PRCM 


311 


291 


311 


367 


252 


393 


415 


N-P 


9 


39 


18 


22 


8 


3 


b 


1983-84 
















FIRST MC 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 



12 



10 11 



16 87 



66 36 



11 



12 THH EXCP TOTAL 



379 411 430 421 

359 386 390 384 311 

376 409 410 404 331 295 

364 393 323 338 295 263 



354 


271 


16 


32 


5000 


341 


2 84 


16 


38 


4870 


311 


261 


16 


35 


4561 



12 



40 
18 
22 



358 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



ENROLL 293 360 324 343 376 364 405 434 375 471 369 382 2 76 20 38 4833 
ADM 289 358 325 342 375 362 405 432 375 46 3 365 380 276 20 38 Aeo*; 
ADA 262 348 318 333 362 350 391 414 359 435 343 36 2 262 19 36 4594 



1962-dO High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer School Graduates) 



AMERICAN BLACK 
I ND I AK 



WHITE OTHER* 



TOTAL AMERICAN 
INDIAN 



FE'^ALE 
BLACK JHITE OTHER- 



TOTAL 
NUMBER PrRCENT 



Pl.i?LIC SR. INST NC 

P^iLi; SR. nUT-STATE 
TOTAL 



13.6 
0.3 



PRIVATE 5P. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OUTSTATE 



CCM" COLL 1 TECH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 



i 

10 6 



36.'. 

0. 7 

37.1 



PCIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 



0.7 
O.'J 
0. 7 



TRADE, 
TRADE, 
TCTAL 


BUSINESS NC 
BU5I OUTSTATE 


MILl TARY 






fPLC* 


fENT 






OTHERS 


♦• 






GR IND 


TOTAL 


!!1 





6.6 

3 2.') 

3.5 

100.0 



» INCLUDES HISPANICS. ALASKAN NATIVES, AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
••INCLUDES INfCRMATION NOT AVAILABLE, MARRIED, ETC. 



ri-226 



Rockingham 



1963-64 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT 



SCURCE CF FLNCS 



RACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 



CLASSIFICATION 



STATE FECERAt ICCAL VCCAT TOTAL HALE FEMALE WUTE BLACK OTHER 



CFFICIALtADMS-.MGRS. 




PRINCIPALS 




ASST PRINC, TEACHING 




ASST PRINC, NONTEACHING 




ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 


lis 


SECONDARY TEACHERS 


c 2 


OTHER TEACHERS 


21 


GUIDANCE 




PSYCHOLOGICAL 




LIBRARIAN, ACDICVISUAL 




CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 




CTHER PRCFESSICNAL 




TEACHER AICES 


56 


TECHNICIANS 




CLERICAL, SECRETARIAL 


14 


SERVICE WORKERS 


2b 


SKILLEC CRAFTS 


12 


LABORERS, UNSKILLED 




TOTAL 


337 





126 


12 


19 


73 


26 


2 
1 


41 
3 


3 



3 




3 


84 

1 


1 


83 

1 


21 




21 


82 


26 


56 


12 


12 





• VOCATICNAL TEACHERS' SALARIES APE PAIC /FPROX If ATEl Y 62.18PCT FRC^ STATE, 
25.6'iPCT FRCK LOCAL, AND 12.18PCT FRCM FEDERAL FLNOS. 



1 962°63 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE 



LEA 


FINAL 

AOK 




STATE 


ROCKINGHAM COUNTY 


4,870 






SALARIES 




4 


,965,691 


tMPLOYjE BENEFITS 




1 


011.096 


PU.JCHASED SERVICES 






188,130 


SUPPLIES (. MATERIALS 






335.344 


CAPITAL OUTLAY 






15.146 


OTHER OBJECTS 






763 


TOTAL 




6 


516, 169 


PERCENT OF TOTAL 






67.4 



FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


561.839 


1,080,887 


6,608,417 


126.420 


231,179 


1,368,696 


13,195 


310,299 


511.624 


209,642 


501,753 


1,046,740 


43,563 


9,341 


68,049 


200 


63,567 


64,530 


954,859 


2.197.027 


9,668.055 


9-9 


22.7 


100.0 



• •*••*•••• PER PUPIL EKPENDITURE •♦••»••• 



PERCENT 
TOTAL STATE FEDERAL LOCAL TOTAL OF TOIAL 



.417 1019.65 115.37 221.95 1,356.97 68.4 

207.62 25.96 47.47 281.05 14.1 

38.63 2.71 63.72 105.06 5.3 

68.86 43.05 103.03 214.94 10.8 

3-11 8.95 1.92 13.98 .7 

.16 .04 13-05 13.25 .7 

.055 1338.03 196.08 451.14 1,985.2^ 100.0 



11-227 



Eden 

Harold Matthews, Supt. 
405 Highland Dr., Box 70 
Eden, N. C. 27288 

6 Elementary Schools 
1 Secondary School 
1 Combined School 

5th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



i';e2-83 


































FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


1 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


ENROLL 


339 


35C 


3ie 


34 3 


229 


362 


353 


429 


388 


365 


3 79 


343 


271 


22 


45 


4646 


AOM 


335 


343 


3C8 


338 


224 


353 


349 


414 


3 79 


34 8 


362 


332 


267 


21 


45 


4528 


ACA 


312 


326 


296 


324 


221 


340 


333 


385 


352 


321 


3 37 


312 


253 


18 


40 


4270 


MLD 


341 


34S 


3C7 


337 


321 


354 


353 


410 


376 


344 


3 57 


325 


265 


21 


-Slfi 


4512 


PRCM 


323 


32e 


2ee 


329 


328 


353 


345 


350 


343 


301 


342 


313 


255 


5 


2i 


4234 


N-P 


18 


17 


19 


8 


3 


1 


8 


60 


33 


43 


15 


12 


10 


16 


15 


278 


1983-84 


































FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


ENROLL 


293 


332 


339 


295 


3 30 


324 


361 


372 


405 


380 


337 


353 


308 


IB 


^^2 


4489 


AOM 


287 


331 


337 


2 94 


328 


321 


359 


369 


400 


374 


334 


350 


307 


16 


42 


4449 


ADA 


276 


320 


328 


288 


320 


316 


351 


356 


378 


357 


3 20 


330 


294 


14 


38 


4286 



1962-60 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer Sdhooi Graduatee) 






PLi?LIC SB. I\ST NC 

PU.'LIC 5F. OUT-STATE 
TL TiL 

PRIVATE 5R. INST NC 
PRIVATE S=<. OUTSTATE 
TITAL 

CCy*! COLL, TECh NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PPIV&TE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 



T^a:5E, BUSINESS NC 
TRADE. Bust OUTSTATE 

. otal 
mi litary 

C-'PLQYMENT 



TOTAL AMERICAN 
I NO I AN 







TOTAL 


• 


_ 




TOTAL 


Nu'inrp 


Pt-Cf 


30 


5'^ 


?0.7 








'1.0 


?0 


S'. 


71.? 


5 


10 


3.7 


I 


4 


1.5 


6 


It 


'.>.2 


«<5 


82 


3 0.7 





I 


0.4 


AS 


83 


31.1 


3 


3 


1.1 








0.0 


3 


3 


1 .1 



SRAND TOTAL *»• 



25.1 
6. 

•.00 .0 



INCLUOES HISPANICS, ALASKAN NATIVESt AND ASIAN CR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
'INCLUDES INFORMATION NOT AVAILABLEi MARRIED, ETC. 



11-228 



Eden 

1963-64 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITV «SSIGN>'ENT SCURCE CF FLNCS SEX RACE/ETHNIC CRIGIN 



-CL*SSrFICATIC^ STATE FECERAl tCC«L VCCAF TOTAL f«ALE FEKALE tiUTE BLACK OTHER 





5 


5 




4 


110 


13 


97 


1 


47 


13 


34 


13 


70 


29 


*l 


3 


7 


2 


5 




3 




3 




9 




9 




1 




1 




3 




3 


2 


57 


1 


56 



CFFICI*LtAO>'S.t»'GRS. 4 1 

PRINCIPALS 8 

ASST PBINCtTEACHING 

ASST PRINC.NONTEACHING 5 5 5 3 2 

ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 96 5 5 4 110 13 97 93 17 

SECQNOARV TEACHERS 46 1 47 13 34 46 1 

CTHER TEACHERS 41 12 4 

GUIDANCE 3 I 

PSYCHOLCGICAL 2 1 

LIBRARIAN. ALOIOVISUAL 8 I 

CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 1 

OTHER PRCFESSICNAL 3 

TEACHER AIDES 51 I 3 

TECHNICIANS 

CLERICAL. SECRETARIAL 13 9 

SERVICE WORKERS 21 *8 6<J ZO 49 48 21 

SKILLED CRAFTS 

LABORERS. UNSKILLED 

TOTAL 3C2 19 72 24 417 94 323 354 £3 

* VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES APE PAID « FPRCX ICA TELY 62.18PCT FROM STATEi 
25.64PCT FROM LOCAL, AND li.iePCl FRCM FECERAL FLNDS. 

1962-63 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 

AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE ••••••»••» per pupil EXPENDITURE ••••♦••• 

FINAL PERCENT 

LE* AOK STATE FEDERAL LOCAL TOTAL STATE FEDERAL LOCAL TOTAL OF TOTAL 

EDEN CITY 4,528 

SALARIES 4,678,553 372.905 1.141.187 6,192,645 1033.25 82.36 252.03 1,367.64 71.5 

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 927,939 80,450 230,711 1,239,100 204.93 17.77 50.95 273.65 14.2 

PURCHASED SERVICES 115,503 17,558 237.181 370,241 25.51 3-88 52.38 81.77 4.3 

■;iJPPLlES & MATERIALS 205,120 114,101 432,152 751,373 45.30 25.20 S5.44 165.94 8.7 

CAPITAL OUTLAY 8,558 12,782 9,813 31,153 1.89 2.82 2.17 6.88 .4 

OTHER OBJECTS 104 12,072 63,025 75,200 .02 2.67 13.92 16.61 .9 

T0T4L 5,935,776 609,867 2,114,068 8.659,711 1310.90 134.70 466.89 1,912.49 100.0 

PERCENT OF TOTAL 68.6 7.0 24.4 100.0 



11-229 



Madison-Mayodan 

Charles J. Slemenda, Supt. 
306 W. Decatur St. 
Madison, N. C. 27025 

4 Elementary Schools 
1 Secondary School 

5th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



i<;e2-83 


































FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TWH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


ENROLL 


197 


186 


214 


216 


212 


235 


257 


234 


231 


269 


215 


163 


176 


9 




2814 


AOM 


192 


179 


216 


204 


2C7 


220 


255 


232 


2 26 


256 


207 


158 


172 


10 




2746 


ADA 


180 


170 


2ce 


195 


1S9 


220 


242 


220 


211 


235 


198 


150 


1<5 


9 




2602 


MLO 


192 


160 


223 


208 


2C6 


22S 


256 


232 


2 28 


246 


202 


154 


170 


10 




2736 


PROM 


182 


17« 


2C5 


197 


2C2 


225 


254 


230 


2 26 


207 


194 


144 


1£4 


10 




2614 


N-P 


10 


6 


18 


11 


4 


4 


2 


2 


2 


39 


8 


10 


6 






122 


1982-84 


































FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TKH 


EXCP 


TPTAL 


ENROLL 


201 


184 


190 


207 


207 


207 


226 


255 


228 


252 


222 


206 


148 


8 




2 741 


AD." 


200 


18 4 


183 


2 06 


204 


207 


2 25 


253 


226 


25 


220 


203 


147 


8 




2716 


ADA 


195 


179 


179 


201 


198 


203 


217 


247 


218 


23 6 


211 


195 


142 


8 




2629 



'1962-63 High School Groduote Intentions 

(Includes 19S2 Summer School Graduates) 



4ME^ IC4N 
INDIAN 



TOTAl AMERICAN BLACK 
INDIAN 



P'JIL IC SR. INST NC 

PJDLIC SR. OUT-STATE 



P^IVA'E SR. INST fJC 
P-1V4TE SR. OU^fSTATE 



CC-"' :CLL, TECH NC 

C.C. TECK CUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TCTAL 

TRADE, BUSINESS NC 
^"AOE, etSI OUTSTATE 
~TAL 

M 1 L 1 I A U V 

'?MP10>'MENT 

OTHERS •» 

r.»AND TOTAL ♦»• 





TOTAL 


NUMBER 


PERCENT 


?<. 


14.7 





0.0 


2', 


14.7 


9 


5.5 


1 


0.6 


10 


6. ! 


46 


28.2 





0.0 


46 


:r.? 


4 


2.5 





0.0 


4 


2.5 


1 


0.6 


1 


0. 6 


2 


1.? 


7 


4.3 


70 


42.9 





0.0 


163 


100.0 



INCLU3ES HISPANICS, ALASKAN NATIVES, AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
'INCLUDES INFCRHATION NOT AVAILABLE. MARRIED, ETC. 



11-230 



Madison Mayodan 

1963-64 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 

ACTIVITY ASSIC^^'eNT SCURCE Cr FLNCS SEX R4CE/ETHNIC CRIGIN 



CL*SSIf ICATIC^ STATE FECERAL tCCAL VCCAT TOTAL MALE FEMALE hUTE BLACK OTHER 



CFFICIAL.«C><S.,MCRS. 


5 


PRINCIPALS 


5 


ASST PRINC. TEACHING 




ASST PRINC.NONTEACHING 


1 


ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 


8C 


SECONDARY TEACI-ERS 


26 


CTHER TEACHERS 


16 


GUIDANCE 


2 


PSYCHCLCGICAL 


1 


LIBRARIAN, AUDIOVISUAL 


5 


CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 




CTHER PRCFESSICNAL 


2 


TEACHER AIDES 


32 


TECHNICIANS 


1 


CLERICAL, SECRETARIAL 


5 


SERVICE WCRKERS 


1* 


SKILLED CRAFTS 




LA80RERS. UNSKILLED 




TOTAL 


1S7 



2 


I 

82 


8 


36 


1 


17 


1 


3 



I 

2 

1 2 35 
1 2 



12 


12 


1 


3 


I 


1 


5 


« 


2 


1 


35 


32 


2 


2 


13 


11 


38 


28 



♦ VOCATICNAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID « FFfiCX If ATELY 62.19PCT FRCM STATE, 
25.6'iPCI FROf LOCAL, AND 12.18PCT FRCH FECERAL FLNDS. 

1962-63 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 

AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE •»•♦»••»•» pB( pupil EXPENDITURE •••••••• 





FWAL 






LEA 


ADH 




STATE 


KADI SON MAYODAN C 


2,746 






SALARIES 




2 


662.121 


EMPLOvtE BENEFITS 






553, *9 I 


PURCHASED SERVICES 






32,444 


SUPPLIES 6 MATERIALS 






216,985 


CAPITAL OUTLAY 






16,382 


0TM5R OBJECTS 






1,077 


TOTAL 




3 


,682,499 


PERCENT OF TOTAL 






66.5 



















PERCENT 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 




TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


C<= TOTAL 


336,189 


527,753 


3 


726,063 


1042.29 


122.43 


1S2.19 


1.356.91 


67.3 


72,984 


109.336 




735,812 


201.56 


26.58 


39.82 


267.96 


13.2 


24,309 


229,598 




266,351 


11.82 


8.85 


83.61 


104.28 


5.2 


115,549 


313,188 




645,722 


79.02 


42.08 


114.05 


235.15 


11.7 


37.019 


27,470 




80,871 


5.97 


13.48 


10.00 


29.45 


1.5 


13,717 


46,975 




61.768 


.39 


5.00 


17.11 


22.50 


l.l 


599,768 


1,254,320 


5 


.536,586 


1341.05 


218.42 


456.78 


2.016.25 


100.0 


10.8 


22.7 




100. 













11-231 



Reidsville 



James H. Hardy, Supt. 
920 Johnson St. 
Reidsville, N. C. 27320 

6 Elementary Schools 
1 Secondary School 
1 Combined School 

5th Education District 



l<)82-83 
FINAL 

ENROLL 

ADA 
MLD 
PRCM 
N-P 



272 
264 
2'^6 



8 



I 



32S 
322 
307 2t« 



279 327 
276 323 



311 



3C7 
3C« 
291 




Pupil Accounting 



333 
220 
3C7 



3*^0 
333 



329 352 317 365 
313 336 308 348 



315 297 3C9 284 328 



11 

323 
308 
287 



49 2i 



31 



16 



13 



50 



12 THH EXCP TOTAL 



3CC 
292 
270 



261 222 278 322 298 317 333 309 324 310 342 302 264 
253 273 257 291 296 315 324 306 308 297 292 291 268 



18 7 

18 6 
17 6 

19 7 
19 7 



11 



16 



4198 
4071 
3839 
4028 
3797 
231 



1983-84 
FIRST HO 



10 



11 



12 TW EXCP TOTAL 



ENROLL 274 303 285 293 303 297 334 326 333 317 337 305 309 
ADM 249 324 283 292 301 295 331 324 332 316 332 300 306 

ADA 243 316 276 284 294 288 321 310 316 299 312 288 290 



18 


16 


4050 


17 


15 


4017 


16 


13 


3866 



i 962-63 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer School Graduate) 



AMERICAN B(.ACK 
I NDIA\' 



TOTAL AMERICAN BLACK 
INDIAN 



POBLIC SK. INST NC 

?J3Li: SR. OUT-STATE 
TJTAL 

PRWATE SS. INST NC 
P=1IVATE SP. OUTSTATE 
TCT4L 

CCMM COLL, TECH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TCTAL 



PI»IVATE JR. 
PRIVATE JR. 



COLL NC 
OUTSTATE 



TPAOE, BUSINESS NC 
■SJDE, BUSI OUTSTATE 

T-TiL 

MILITARY 

^•■^LaYMEST 

OTHERS «» 

GPiN3 TOTAL ••• 



32.0 

l.l 

33.1 

1.1 

1.5 



12. fc 

17.5 
4.1! 



INCLUDES HISPANICS, ALASKAN NATIVES. AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
"INCLUDES INFCRNATION NOT AVAILABLE, MARRIED, ETC. 



11-232 



Reidsville 



1963-64 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNf-ENT 



SCURCE CF FUNCS 



P»CE/ETMNIC ORIGIN 



CLASSIFICATION 



STATE FECERAl ItCAL VCCAT 



FECALE WUTE 



CFFICIAL.ACfS.,fCRS. 
PRINCIPALS 
ASST PPINC, TEACHING 
ASST PRINCSONTEACHING 
ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 
SECONDARY TEACHERS 
CTHER TEACHERS 
GUIDANCE 
PSYCHOLCGICAL 
LIBRARIAN, AUDIO VISUAL 
CONSULT ANT, SUPER VISOR 
CTHER PROFESSIONAL 
TEACHER AIDES 
TECHNICIANS 
CLERICAL, SECRETARIAL 
SERVICE WCRKERS 
SKILLED CRAFTS 
LABORERS, UNSKILLED 
TOTAL 



11 




9'< 


10 


5 
I 


1 


79 
37 


35 

1 


1 

1 
1 
2 


1 


6 
2 

8 

2 


1 






2 


I 


2 




51 




U 




20 


1 


3 




*7 


1* 



♦ VOCATICNAL TEACHERS" SALARIES APE PAIC i F PPC X IKATELY 62.18PCT FPCM STATE 
25.6^PCT FRCI" LOCAL. AND 12.iePCT FRO* FECERAL FLNCS. 



1962-63 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE 



• ••••••*•• PER PUPIL EXPENDITURE 



LEA 


FINAL 
AOK 




STATE 


FEDERAL 




LOCAL 




TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 




TOTAL 


REIDSVILLE CITY 


4.071 


























SALARIES 




A 


368.991 


516.956 


1 


.032,164 


5 


918,111 


1073.20 


126.98 


253.54 


1 


,453.72 


Ef : BENEFITS 






850,722 


09.211 




203.719 


1 


171,652 


210.94 


26.83 


50.04 




287.81 


PUPHASEO SERVICES 






135.492 


12 1 480 




290.887 




438,859 


33.28 


3.07 


71.45 




107.80 


S L HiTE^lALS 






221,436 


337.427 




510,030 


1 


068,893 


5^. ^9 


82.89 


125.28 




262.56 


C ' MTAL OUTLAY 






10,854 


17,254 




38,012 




66,119 


2.67 


4.24 


9.34 




16.25 


■< OBJECTS 






45 


38.852 




41,838 




80,735 


.01 


9.54 


10.26 




19.83 


TOTAL 




5 


,595,540 


1.032.179 


2 


,116.650 


8 


,744.369 


1374.49 


253.55 


519.93 


2 


147.97 


PEk "IT Or TOTAL 






64.0 


11.8 




24.2 




lUQ.O 













67.7 

5.0 

-^.2 



11-233 



ROWAN 



C. Wade Mobley, Supt. 

Box 1348 

Salisbury, N. C. 28144 

16 Elementary Schools 
4 Secondary Schools 
3 Combined Schools 

6th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



nez-as 














FINAL 


K 


1 


i 


3 


4 


5 


FNROLL 


989 


s^e 


<;74 


1002 


9<2 


1154 


ACM 


964 


S15 


948 


975 


955 


1134 


ADA 


905 


667 


911 


938 


918 


1C88 


MLO 


965 


910 


951 


974 


950 


1129 


PROM 


938 


f56 


934 


963 


943 


1115 


N-P 


27 


54 


17 


11 


7 


14 


1983-84 














FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 



10 



9«2 1154 1208 1259 1157 1256 1102 

1178 1218 1120 1189 1047 

1128 1156 1053 1121 992 

950 1129 1171 1203 11C8 1149 1014 

1163 1133 1050 1C52 848 

8 70 



ENROLL 958 1 C3 1 
ADM 948 1027 
ADA 919 99 8 



885 


962 


881 


959 


857 


937 



58 



97 166 



961 U47 1237 1217 1166 1177 
959 1147 1229 1213 1159 1173 
932 1124 1186 1171 1111 1127 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



878 


882 


15 


47 


13861 


86 1 


ef5 


15 


49 


13433 


817 


817 


13 


45 


12769 


644 


858 


15 


53 


13294 


82 5 


837 


15 


51 


l?7c'3 


19 


21 




2 


571 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


900 


873 


17 


37 


13563 


896 


875 


17 


37 


13508 


863 


842 


16 


35 


130e4 



1 962-63 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer School Graduates) 



AMEB IC«N 
I NO I A\ 



TOTAL AMERICAN BLACK 
I NO I AM 



roiAL 

NUMBER PfkCeNT 



Pvn:: sr. inst nc 

?J^Li: SP. CUT-STATE 
ICTAL 



13? 

7 

139 



PMVATE 5S. I:.IST NC 
P- IVATE SO. CUTSTATE 
T:TiL 

CC" _OLL . TECH \C 

C.C. TECH CUT-STAT E 



Pt IVATE JR. COLL NC 
PMVATE JP. OUTSTATE 
TCTAL 

T-;PE, BUSINESS NC 
T^ADE, BUSl OUTSTATE 
TC'AL 

MI LI I ARY 

f^'PLCYHFNT 

OTHERS •• 

:.^4'.T TOTAL ••• 



112 





123 











112 





123 



127 

2 

129 



153 

2 

155 



276 
2 

27 8 



9.6 
9.1 



33.1 

0.2 



1.1 

0.0 

1.1 

6.0 
1.* 
7.6 

7. 7 

20.3 
4.3 

no.o 



I\CLl'3ES HISPANICS. ALASKAN NATIVES, AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
•I'iCL'JC'ES INFCRMATION NOT AVAILABLE, MARRIED, ETC. 



11-234 



1980-64 Public School Personnel Summory 

(Full-Ume personnel only) 



ACTIVITY IkSSlChfENT SCURCE CF FLNCS SEX (l«CE/ETHMC CRIGIN 



CLASSIFICATICN STATE FECERAl ICCAL VCCAT TCTAL HALE FEHALE Wt-ITE 



CFFICIAL,*CPS.,HGRS. 


3 




1 




PRINCIPALS 


23 


. 






ASST PPINC, TEACHING 


t 








ASSr PRINC.NCNTEACHING 


10 




3 




ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 


363 


22 


33 




SECONDARY TEACHERS 


162 


5 


19 


53 


OTHER TEACHERS 


IC 


5 


6 






15 






« 


PSYCHOLCGICAL 


1 


2 


I 




LIBRARIAN, ALDICVISUAL 


23 








CONSULT ANT, SUPER VISOR 


* 




3 


1 


CTHER PRCFESSICNAL 


1 


1 


3 




TEACHER AICES 


I5t 


5 


11 




TECHNICIANS 










CLERICAL, SECRETARIAL 


32 


8 


2 




SERVICE .JCRKERS 


67 


1 


131 




SKILLEC CRAFTS 


13 




17 




LABORERS, UNSKILLED 






3 




TOTAL 


e£7 


A9 


233 


58 



13 
-US 
23V 

21 



« 


13 




370 


358 


60 


14* 


218 


21 


19 


20 


1 



<, 


1 


3 


<> 




23 


2 


21 


21 


2 


8 


<> 


A 


8 




5 




5 


* 


I 


172 


2 


170 


157 


15 


^2 


1 


«1 


«0 


2 


199 


31 


168 


162 


36 


30 


30 




30 





» VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAIC < FFPCX IHA TELY 62.18PCT FROM STATE, 
25.64PCT FPCf LOCAL, AND 12.18PCT FRCf FEDERAL FLNCS. 

1962-63 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 

AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE •••••»•••• pER PUPIL E<PENOITURE •••••»•• 



69.2 

11.6 

3.1 

15.2 

.5 



LEA 


FINAL 
A0« 




STATE 


FEDERAL 




LOCAL 




TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


ROWAN COUNTY 


13,*3J 
























SALARIES 




13 


711.819 


1.220,138 


2 


,690,882 


17 


,622,839 


1020.76 


90.83 


200.32 


1,311.91 


EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 




2 


735,135 


154.654 




62,199 


2 


951,988 


203.61 


11.51 


4.63 


219.75 


PURCHASED SERVICES 






29*. 457 


62.499 




427,521 




784,477 


21.92 


4.65 


31.83 


56.40 


SUPPLIES t MATERIALS 






862.335 


852.732 


2 


,166,996 


3 


882.062 


64.20 


63.48 


161.32 


289.00 


CAPITAL OUTLAY 






34.321 


55,716 




40,335 




130,371 


2.55 


4.15 


3.00 


9.70 


OTHER OBJECTS 






2,727 


123 




103,977 




106,827 


.20 


.01 


7.74 


7.95 


TOIAL 




17 


640.794 


2.345.862 


5 


A91,909 


25 


478,565 


1313.24 


174.63 


408.84 


1,896.71 


PERCENT OF TOTAL 






69.2 


9.2 




21.6 




100.0 











11-235 



Salisbury 



Dr. Marcus C. Smith, Supt. 

314 N. Ellis St., P. 0. Box 2349 

Salisbury, N. C. 28144 

4 Elementary Schools 
1 Secondary School 



6th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1S82-83 


































FIN/IL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


e 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


ENRCLL 


155 


151 


174 


162 


no 


176 


219 


242 


253 


207 


214 


171 


165 


64 




2543 


AOV 


148 


151 


171 


153 


164 


174 


214 


229 


242 


197 


2 03 


162 


179 


66 




2453 


ADA 


138 


142 


164 


145 


lie 


165 


2C5 


213 


216 


183 


190 


151 


165 


60 




2295 


MLC 


145 


151 


Its 


151 


165 


172 


214 


224 


242 


189 


198 


156 


175 


67 




2417 


PRCM 


143 


138 


U4 


149 


160 


Its 


211 


198 


207 


171 


175 


143 


164 


67 




2^56 


N-P 


2 


13 


4 


2 


5 


4 


3 


26 


35 


18 


23 


13 


11 






159 


1983-8^ 


































FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXC.P 


TOTAL 


ENFOLL 


171 


156 


140 


161 


162 


171 


194 


248 


229 


22 2 


191 


19 3 


155 


62 




?4?'; 


ADV" 


169 


154 


137 


162 


161 


170 


193 


246 


226 


221 


189 


19 2 


155 


62 




24?- 


ADA 


162 


14 9 


134 


156 


157 


166 


187 


236 


213 


212 


182 


186 


150 


59 




2 349 



1962-63 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer School Graduates) 



A-'E^ICJN BLACK 
I NOUN 



TOTAL AMERICAN 
INDIAN 



P.TLIC SR. INST NC 

P. I ;: s"; . out-statc 

Tl I AL 

P-^IVATE 5S. INST NC 
P^ I VITE S?. CUTSTATE 

CCM ;OLL, TECH NC 

C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
T;TiL 

PrIVATE JP. COLL NC 
P<;!VATE JR. C'JTSTATE 
T-JTAL 

TRITE, BL'SINESS NC 
fiSE, BlSI CUTSTATE 
TTTAL 

ylL ITAflY 

ev&LCr«fENT 

OT'-'ERS •• 

GOi'.D TOTAL ••• 



I B. G 



7.0 
0.6 
7.6 

0.6 
0.6 
1.2 



• INCLU3ES HISPANICSt ALASKAN WTIVESt AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
••INCLUDES INFCRMATION NOT AVAILABLE, MRRIED, ETC. 



11-236 



Salisbury 

1983-64 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 

ACTIVITY ASSICK»<ENT SCURCE Cf FLNCS 5EX BACF/ETHNIC CPIGIN 

CLASSIFICATICS STATE FECERAl LCCAL VCCAT TCTAL fALE FEMALE WH IE BLACK OTHER 

CFFICI»L,ACMS.,^GRS. 3 1 '> 2 2 ^ I 

PRINCIPALS 5 .55 A I 

ASST PRINC.TEACt-ING 

ASST PRINC.NQNTEACHING 2 2 2 2 

ELEHENTAKY TEACHERS 6S 12 3 9A 9 75 6* 20 

SECONDARY TEACFEPS «C 7 *7 20 27 32 15 

CTHER TEACHERS 2 8 1 11 1 10 7 4 

GUIDANCE 3 2 5 3 2 3 2 

PSYCHCLCGICAL 

LIBRARIAN, AUOICVISUAL 5 1 6 5 « 2 

CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 2 1 3 2 13 

CTHER PRCFESSICNAL 2 2 2 2 

TEACHER AICES 30 1 7 38 38 2« 14 

TECHNICIANS 

CLER ICAL, SECRETARIAL 7 17 15 15 12 3 

SERVICE WCRKCRS 7 32 39 n 26 Ifi 21 

SKILLEC CRAFTS <, 6 5 6 

LABORERS, UNSKILLED 

TOTAL 177 ic 71 A TtT A1 5n#. 1 fl^ 01 



» VOCATICNAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAIC A FPPCX IMATELY 62.18PCT FROM STATE, 
25.6APCT FRCf' LOCAL, AND 12.18FCT FRCf FECERAL FLNCS. 



1962-60 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 

AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE »»*•»•»•»• per pupu EtPENOITURE 



LEA 


FINAL 

AOM 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


PERCENT 
OF TOTAL 


SALISBURY CITY 


2,*53 




















SALAK lES 




2.789,333 


460,041 


1,011.834 


4.261.208 


1137.11 


187.54 


412.49 


1.737.14 


70.8 


EHPLOYEE BENEFITS 




556,179 


88,461 


193,660 


843,301 


226.73 


36.06 


(0.99 


343.78 


14.0 


PJRCHAStO SERVICES 




78,919 


20,543 


114,635 


214,097 


32.17 


8.37 


46.73 


87.27 


3.6 


SUPPLIES t MATERIALS 




88,486 


177,916 


332,792 


599,194 


36.07 


72.53 


135.67 


244.27 


10.0 


CAPITAL OUTLAY 




964 


4.842 


434 


6,240 


.39 


1.97 


.18 


2.54 


.1 


OTHER OBJECTS 




1,843 


23,873 


64,785 


90,501 


.75 


9.73 


26.41 


35.89 


1.5 


TOTAL 




3,515,724 


775.676 


1,723.140 


6,014,540 


1433.22 


316.20 


702.47 


2,451.89 


100.0 


PERCENT CF TOTAL 




58.5 


12.9 


28.6 


100.0 













11-237 



RUTHERFORD 

Dr. Douglas L. Pearson, Supt. 
219 Fairground Road 
Spindale, N. C. 28160 

22 Elementary Schools 
3 Secondary Schools 

8th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



I'jez-aa 


































FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


THH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


ENRCLL 


es-v 


604 


7S5 


826 


838 


845 


872 


872 


897 


1035 


818 


676 


665 


46 


14 


10859 


acM 


841 


79 1 


766 


814 


625 


833 


857 


866 


8 73 


966 


774 


64 3 


647 


46 


15 


10577 


aoa 


788 


74S 


750 


774 


7^0 


7SC 


814 


821 


815 


886 


724 


60 2 


6C7 


43 


14 


9957 


MLO 


83<? 


78? 


784 


82 1 


623 


838 


865 


862 


871 


927 


740 


618 


t3S 


47 


17 


10480 


PRCf 


784 


728 


756 


810 


8ce 


831 


855 


856 


861 


779 


6 80 


594 


620 


47 


16 


10 .35 


N-P 


55 


61 


26 


11 


15 


7 


10 


6 


10 


148 


60 


24 


9 




1 


■'•*5 


1983-8^ 


































FIRST MC 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


U 


12 TMH EXCP 


rnAL 



ENROLL 756 85 1 767 773 827 832 837 857 856 999 819 694 616 
AOV 751 848 767 770 826 830 835 855 855 99 3 817 687 617 
ADA 727 825 746 752 801 810 804 832 820 936 780 66 5 591 



57 14 10355 
56 14 105?1 
51 14 10154 



1 962-60 High Scliool Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer School Grsdtsates) 



P'PLIC St-. INST NC 

?J 'Li: jK. 0UT-ST4TE 



P-;vATE SP. INST -JC 
P.-IVATE 5P. CUTSTATE 



CCyi CCl L, TECH NC 

C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

'.^IViTE JF. CCLL NC 
P-IVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TCTJL 

T=iDE, BUSINESS NC 
T^4^E, BUSI GJTSTATE 
TrTAL 

flLITAPY 

E:'PlOvhent 

OTHERS »• 

GSA'O TOTAL •»• 



137 

3 

140 



158 

3 

161 



251 

6 

257 



13,0 

■>.(> 

2. fr 
8. ! 

1.0 

<.1.1 



1. 1 

0.2 
1.3 



73.2 
A. 2 



'» INCLUDES HISPANICS, ALASKAN NATIVES, ANO ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
'♦•INCLUDES INFCRMATICN NCT AVAILABLE, HARRIED, ETC. 



11-238 



Rutherford 

1963-64 Public School Personnel Summory 

(Full-time personnel only) 

ACTIVITY «SSICN»'ENT SCCRCE Cf FLNCS SEX PiCE/ETHNIC CRIGIN 

CLASSIEICATICN STATE fECERAl LCCAL VCCAT TOTAL MALE FEMALE hUTE BLACK OTHF 



CFFICIAL.«CMS.,MCRS. 


3 


PRINCIPALS 


25 


ASST PRINC, TEACHING 




ASST PRINC.NGNTEACHING 


e 


ELEHENTARY TEACHERS 


255 


SECONDARY TEACHERS 


SI 


OTHER TEACHERS 


t<) 


GUIDANCE 


13 


PSYCHCLCGICAL 


1 


LIBRARIAN, AUOICVISUAL 


18 


CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 


ti 


CTHER PRCFESSICNAL 


7 


TEACHER AICES 


126 


TECHNICIANS 




CLFRICAL, SECRETARIAL 


20 


SERVICE WCRKERS 


36 


SKILLED CRAFTS 


6 


LABORERS, UNSKILLED 


2 


TOTAL 


664 



1 9 6 3 9 

30 285 38 247 266 

12 34 137 60 77 128 

9 2 95 11 84 92 



1 


1 


3 


2 


1 


17 


26 




195 


24 


1 


47 


112 




148 


ZC 




?<> 



1 


2 




25 


25 


1 


3 


A 




14 


17 




189 


173 


22 


43 


44 


3 


120 


110 


38 




24 


2 




2 


? 


818 


S4? 


ICl 



» VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID A FFRC* I^A TELY 62.18PCT FROM STATE, 
25.54PCT FRCf LOCAL, AND 12.18PCT FRCM FECERAL FLNOS. 

1 962-63 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 

AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE »»»•»»*»»• pER PUPIL EXPENDITURE ••*♦»••• 



LEA 


FINAL 
ADM 




STATE 


FEDERAL 




LOCAL 


TOTAL 


STATE 


RUTHCRFORO COUNTY 


10,577 
















SAL»RIES 




10 


,997,031 


1.071,035 


2 


,372.574 


14,440,641 


1039.71 


EKPLOYEE BENEFITS 




2 


209,292 


267.798 




519,683 


2,996,773 


208.88 


PURCHAStO SERVICES 






221,437 


32.423 




396,402 


650,262 


20.94 


SUPPLIES i. MATERIALS 






684,508 


594.227 


i 


,331,106 


2.609,841 


64.72 


CAPITAL OUTLAY 






22.051 


32.898 




9,875 


64,824 


2.08 


OTHER OBJECTS 






4.405 


90,875 




161,309 


256,589 


.42 


TOTAL 




14 


138,725 


2,089,255 


4 


790,950 


21,018,929 


1336.75 


PERCENT OF TOTAL 






«.7.3 


9.9 




22.8 


100.0 





LOCAL 



25.32 49.13 

3.07 37.48 

56.18 125.85 

3.11 .93 

8.59 15.25 





PFRCENT 


TOTAL 


OF TOTAL 


365.28 


68.7 


283.33 


14.3 


61.49 


3.1 


246.75 


ir 4 


6.12 


.3 


24.26 


1.2 


987.23 


100.0 



11-239 



SAMPSON 

George D. Thigpen, Supt. 

Box 439 

Clinton, N. C. 28328 

13 Elementary Schools 
4 Secondary Schools 

2nd Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1982-83 


































FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


IPH 


EXCP 


TCTfiL 


ENPCLL 


606 


583 


578 


600 


512 


580 


561 


553 


4 99 


641 


562 


49 6 


512 


53 


76 


7412 


ACM 


55*^ 


i3% 


5A2 


553 


484 


552 


537 


523 


491 


604 


528 


474 


4S3 


48 


76 


6998 


ACA 


527 


514 


523 


534 


466 


532 


516 


498 


462 


559 


490 


440 


461 


44 


7? 


6638 


MLD 


551 


538 


5A2 


552 


4€3 


549 


537 


520 


4 86 


584 


512 


464 


487 


49 


74 


6 28 


PRCM 


521 


'<73 


520 


52 2 


466 


528 


523 


510 


478 


514 


487 


444 


479 


33 


71 


6^68 


N-P 


30 


65 


22 


30 


17 


21 


14 


10 


8 


70 


25 


20 


e 


16 




S'.C 


1983-84 


































FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


r OTAL 



ENROLL 513 
ADf 509 

ADA 487 



612 501 572 551 
602 495 570 549 
587 486 556 536 



488 


553 


545 


532 


56 5 


535 


490 


473 


52 


79 


7061 


484 


546 


540 


531 


556 


531 


484 


466 


51 


79 


6993 


475 


532 


524 


514 


525 


505 


45 5 


446 


48 


76 


67'>- 



1962-63 High School Groduote Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer School Graduatas) 



PliRlIC $B. INST NC 

PVrLi: SR. OJT -STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. Oi/TSTATE 
T^TAL 

CC-"< COLL, TECH N'C 

C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TCTiL 

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
P-IVATE JR. 3UTSTATE 
TCTAL 

TRADE. BUSINESS NC 
T^ADE, BUSI OUTSTATE 

TOTAL 

MILITARY 
E-PLOYMENT 
OTHERS •• 
G5AN0 TOTAL ••• 



10 7 

n 1 



1<V5 

1 

1*6 



* INCLUDES HISPANICS, ALASKAN NATIVES. AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
♦•INCLUDES INFCRKATION NOT AVAILABLE. MARRIED. ETC. 



11-240 



Sampson 

1963-64 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT SOURCE CF FLNCS SEX B4CE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 

■CLASSIFICATICN STATE fECERAl ICCAL VCCAT TOTAL MALE EEHALE Wt-ITE BLACK CThE 



5 




20* 


*5 


6S 


1 


7 


1 



5 


5 


2',9 


20 


lOfl 


<><< 


16 


6 



CFFICIAL.ACfS.,fGRS. 

PRINCIPALS 

ASST PRINC, TEACHING 

ASST PRINC.NONTEACHING 

ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 

SECONDARY TEACHERS 

CTHER TEACHERS 

GUIDANCE 

PSYCHCLCGICAL 

LIBRARIAN, ALOICVISUAL 

CONSULTANT, SUPER VISOR 

CTHER PRCFESSICNAL 

TEACHER AICES 

TECHNICIANS 2 2 112 

CLERICAL, SECRETARIAL 23 2 10 1 36 36 32 

SERVICE HCRKERS 38 

SKILLED CRAFTS 13 

LABORERS. UNSKILLED 

TCT4L AS* 



2 


3 


185 


6C 


89 


18 



98 


2 


2 


1 


36 




28 


26 


26 


26 



• VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID Af PPCX IHA TELY 62.18PCT FRO" STATE. 
25.6'iPCT FRCC LOCAL. AND li.lBPCT FRCf FECERAL FLNOS. 



1962-63 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 







AMOUNTS EXPENDED 


BY SOURCE 










FINAL 












LEA 


AOM 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 




TOTAL 


SAMPSON COUNTY 


6,998 












SALARIES 




7, 72*. 535 1 


,504,987 


780,597 


to 


,010.119 


EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 




1.536,015 


333,145 


1«6,948 


2 


,036.107 


PUKCHASEO SERVICES 




208,973 


88,393 


427,370 




724,736 


SUPt'LIES t MATERIALS 




513.194 


821,297 


452.791 


1 


.787.282 


CAPITAL OUTLAY 




32,037 


48,768 


5.577 




86,382 


OfriER OBJECTS 




4.359 


100,519 


61,226 




166,104 


TOTAL 




10,019,114 2 


,897.109 


1.894,508 


14 


810.731 


PERCENT CF TOTAL 




67.6 


19.6 


12.8 




100.0 



• •••••••*• PR PUPIL EXPENDITURE •••♦•••• 

PERCENT 
STATE FEDERAL LOCAL TOTAL OF TOTAL 



10,010.119 1103.82 215.06 111.55 1,430.43 67.6 

219.49 47.61 23.86 290.96 13.7 

29.86 12.63 61.07 103.56 4.9 

73.33 117.36 64.70 255.39 12.1 

4.58 6.97 .80 12.35 .6 

.62 14.36 8.75 23.73 I. I 

14.810.731 1431.70 413.99 270.73 2,116.42 100. C 



11-241 



Clinton 

James R. Simeon, Supt. 
303 Lisbon St., Box 646 
Clinton, N. C. 28328 

4 Elementary Schools 
1 Secondary School 

2nd Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



l<382-83 


































FINAL 


K 


I 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


THH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


ENROLL 


221 


223 


2C5 


26C 


2C1 


194 


217 


237 


214 


289 


2 50 


19 2 


1«8 


19 


27 


2947 


ADM 


216 


215 


193 


252 


1S7 


191 


212 


235 


2 07 


265 


238 


184 


192 


17 


25 


2839 


ADA 


200 


20A 


let 


24 3 


I'C 


183 


204 


223 


197 


249 


2 26 


17 5 


ie<i 


14 


24 


2702 


MLO 


221 


216 


194 


249 


198 


191 


210 


236 


202 


254 


233 


161 


1€5 


16 


25 


2813 


PRCM 


220 


191 


19p 


24 5 


197 


190 


190 


210 


178 


200 


219 


171 


183 


8 


25 


2617 


N-P 


1 


27 


4 


4 


1 


1 


20 


26 


24 


54 


14 


10 


2 


e 




196 


1983-8<. 


































FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 T«H EXCP 


TOTAL 


ENROLL 


217 


255 


199 


201 


249 


200 


207 


219 


241 


242 


2 08 


207 


U7 


17 


1! 


;8A0 


AOM 


216 


251 


197 


197 


247 


201 


205 


219 


243 


238 


207 


204 


Ib^- 


17 


11 


2.1 1*^ 


AOA 


208 


244 


192 


193 


243 


198 


2 00 


211 


2 3? 


23 I 


202 


20 


162 


16 


U 


?7i.3 



i 962-63 High School Graduate intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer School Graduatae) 



AMERICAN BLACK 
INDIAN 



PVBLIC SP. INST NC 

P.9LIC SR. OUT-STATE 
TCTAL 

P5IVATF sn. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. LUISTATE 
TCTAL 

cz"'-' :oll, tech nc 
c.c. tech out-state 
t:tal 

ppivatp jr. coll nc 
private jr. outsfate 

TCTAL 

TSADE, BUSINESS NC 
IPADE, BUSI OUTSTAT€ 
TCTAL 

>* 1 L I T A P. Y 

£«-T! C'^CNT 

OlMEKS •• 

:-i<A\D TPTAL •»• 









FEMALE 








' C 


Al 


TOTAL 


AMERICAN 


BLAC< 


WHITE 


OTHES* 


TOTAL 


MUM RE R 




PF.'CEf 





INDIAN 




















23 


1 


11 


15 





27 


5n 




ft. 2 

























0.0 


23 


1 


11 


15 





27 


50 




.-"..? 


9 





8 


n 





1" 


23 




1^.7 

























0.0 


9 





8 


11 





19 


?S 




l*.? 


18 


3 


8 


24 





35 


53 




27. 7 

























0.0 


18 


3 


8 


2^ 





35 


53 




27,7 



0.5 
0.0 



12.0 

15.2 

0. 5 

100.0 



INCLUDES HISPANICSf ALASKAN NATIVESt AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
■INCLLiOES INECRMATICN NOT AVAILABLE, MARRIED, ETC. 



11-242 



Clinton 

1963-84 Public School Personnel Summory 

(Full-time personnel only) 

ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT SCURCE CF FUNCS SEX RACE/ETHNIC CRIGIN 

CLASSIFICATICN STATE FECERAl UCAL VCCAT TOTAL MALE FEf'ALE WUTE BLACK OTHER 



2 


2 




106 


11 


95 


^.9 


17 


32 



CFFICIAL,»C^'S.,^'CRS. t 1 1 

PRINCIPALS 5 

ASST PRINC, TEACHING 

ASST PRINC. KCNTEACHING 2 

ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 85 8 II 2 106 11 95 69 36 I 

SECONDARY TEACHERS 25 2 11 11 '.9 17 32 34 1** 1 

CTHER TEACHERS 

GUIDANCE 3 2 5 14 3 

PSYCHOLOGICAL 

LIBRARIAN, AUOICVISUAL t 2 8 8 4 

CONSULT ANT, SUPER VISOR 

CTHER PRCFESSICNAL 1 1 11 

TEACHER AIDES 34 7 41 41 23 

TECHNICIANS 

CLERICAL, SECRETARIAL 5 1 11 17 I 16 10 

SERVICE HCRKERS 15 33 3 51 14 37 13 

SKILLED CRAFTS \ I .2 2 I 

LABORERS. UNSKILLED 

TOTAL 167 52 42 14 295 56 239 169 



* VOCATICNAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAIC AFFRCX If-A TELY 62.18PCT FROM STATE, 
25.64PCT FRCM LOCAL, AND 12.18PCT FRC*" FEDERAL FLNCS. 

1982-60 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 

AHOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE **••»•*•*• PER PUPIL EtPENOITURE ••••*»*• 

FINAL 

tE* ADK STATE FEDERAL LOCAL TOTAL STATE FEDERAL LOCAL 

CLINTON CITY 2,839 

SALARIES 3.080,353 407,517 711,744 4,199,614 1085.01 143.54 250. 7C 1,479.25 

ENPL0Y6J BENEFITS 614.622 95,494 156,464 866,580 216.49 33.64 55.11 

PURCMASEO SERVICES 109,531 20,506 354,703 484,740 38.58 7.22 124.94 

SUPPLIES t MATERIALS 116,346 317,167 293.116 726,628 40.98 111-72 103.25 

CAPITAL OUTLAY 6,671 16.379 6,272 29,322 2.35 5.77 2.21 

QlrtER ilDJECIS 598 25.549 33,326 59,473 .21 9.00 11.74 

TOfAL 3,928,120 882,612 1,555,625 6,366,358 1383.62 310.89 547.95 2,242.46 

PERCENT OF TOTAL 61.7 13.9 24.4 100.0 



11-243 





PERCENT 


TOTAL 


OF lOTAL 


479.25 


66.0 


3C5.24 


13.6 


170.74 


7.6 


255.95 


11.'. 


10.33 


.5 


^0.95 


.9 



SCOTLAND 

John T. Jones, Supt. 
233 E. Church Street 
Laurinburg, N. C. 28352 

12 Elementary Schools 
1 Secondary School 
1 Combined School 

4th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1982-83 
FIN*L 



12 THH EXCP TOTAL 



ENROLL 593 

AC*' 578 

ADA 549 

MLD 579 

PRCM 553 

N-P 26 



626 
59 8 
625 
56 7 
58 



615 656 578 661 659 599 609 587 582 438 A17 



5se 

577 



632 

608 



5S9 629 
57C 612 



29 



17 



560 
542 
567 
564 
3 



645 
620 
644 
625 
19 



640 
611 
636 
624 
12 



594 585 
561 544 



593 

568 

25 



578 



542 
500 
518 



5 65 45 7 
13 61 



551 
515 



71 



424 
394 



536 416 
465 396 



20 



3<;5 
368 
367 
354 
33 



36 
33 
36 
36 



92 
79 
96 
95 



7753 
749Q 
7099 
7439 

T05i 
393 



1983-84 
FIRST MO 



12 T^'H EXCP TOTAL 



EN^iOLL 573 
ADM 56 1 
AD* 543 



623 


600 


5 88 


622 


58 1 


643 


644 


5 96 


67 9 


524 


469 


4 22 


32 


103 


7699 


614 


593 


5 82 


617 


574 


642 


641 


584 


670 


516 


463 


■^16 


?1 


99 


7 60i 


597 


581 


568 


6 05 


559 


625 


619 


563 


631 


484 


44 


3 92 


30 


95 


7332 



i 962-63 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer School Graduate) 



TOTAL AMERICAN 
INDIAN 



Pjr.LIC SR. INST NC 

P."L!; Sf. OUT-ST/ME 
'JTAL 



P"IVATe SR. 
TCJM 



INST NC 
OUTSTATE 



C:"V CDLL, TECH NC 
C. C. TECH CUT-STATE 

r:TAL 

PRIVATE JP. CCLL NC 
pi IVATE JP. OUTSTATE 

t;tal 

trade, business nc 
t^ide. bu5i outstate 

TCTAL 



20.2 
20. ■i 



0.0 
0.6 



f^Il. I T4RY 
EVPLO'KE\T 
OTHERS •• 
GPAN? TOTAL ♦»« 



16. f. 
17.7 



INCLUDES HISPANICS, ALASKAN NATIVES, AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
'TlCLUDES INFCR^ATION NCT AVAILABLE, MARRIED, ETC. 



11-244 



Scotland 



19d0-64 Public School Personnel Summery 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY aSSIGNt'ENT 



SCURCE CF FUNCS 



BACE/ETHNIC CRiGIN 



CL«SSIFIC4T ICN 



STATE FECERAl ICCAL 



FEHALF SfHTF 



CFFICIAL,ACf'S.,>'eRS. 


E 


1 


PPINCIP4LS 


1* 




ASST PRINC, TEACHING 






ASST PRISC.KCNTEACHINC 


7 




ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 


182 


7 


SECONDARY TEACHERS 


ts 


2 


OTHER TEACHERS 


A5 


32 


GUIDANCE 


7 




PSYCHOLCGICAL 






LIBRARIAN, ALOICVISUAL 


15 




CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 






OTHER PROFESSICNAL 


4 


« 


TEACHER AICES 


ICl 


8 


TECHNICIANS 






CLERICAL, SECRETARIAL 


27 


2 


SERVICE ktCRKERS 


62 


8 


SKILLED CRAFTS 






LABORERS, LNSKILLEO 






TOTAL 


561 


6<i 



11 


3 


11 


11 
I 


3 


11 

1 


8 




5 


12 


192 


1A3 


36 


61 


72 


20 


77 


68 


1 


7 


« 



10 39 39 32 

«5 135 33 102 41 



» VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID AFPPCX ICATELY 52.18PCT FROM STATE, 
25.6'iPCT FRCf- LOCAL, AND 12.18PCT FRCf* FEDERAL FLNDS. 

1 962-63 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE 



PER PUPIL E< PENDITURE 



LEA 


FINAL 

ADM 




STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 




TOTAL 


SCOTLAND COUNTY 


7,49 8 














SALARIES 




7 


.687,353 


1,238.321 


1,755,407 


10 


881,081 


EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 




1 


,578.398 


223,750 


340.658 


2 


,142,805 


PURCHASED SERVICES 






229,690 


♦7,562 


730.182 


1 


,007,435 


SUP'LUS C MATERIALS 






♦67,S07 


522,798 


927,775 


1 


9 18.080 


CAPITAL OUTLAY 






76,588 


27,933 


44,839 




149,360 


OTHER OBJECTS 






628 


1.530 


61.579 




63.737 


TOTAL 




10 


2*0, 163 


2.061,895 


3.860.439 


16 


162,497 


PERCENT OF TOTAL 






63.3 


12.8 


23.9 




100.0 



PERCENT 
TOTAL STATE FEDERAL LOCAL TOTAL CF TOTAL 



10,881,081 1051.93 165.15 234.12 1,451.20 

210.51 29.84 4S.43 

30.63 6.34 97.38 

62.3 5 69.7 3 123.74 

10.21 3.73 5.98 

.08 .20 8.21 

16.162.497 1365.71 274.99 514.86 2,155.56 



451.20 


67 


3 


285.76 


13 


3 


134.35 


6 


2 


255,82 


11 


<> 


19.92 




* 


8.49 




4 



11-245 



STANLY 



Dr. Jijnmie F. Martin, Supt. 

223 S. 2nd St., P. 0. Drawer 1399 

Albemarle, N. C. 28001 

11 Elementar)' Schools 
2 Secondary- Scliools 
1 Combined School 

6th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1982-83 


































FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


<; 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


IC 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


ENROLL 


A61 


46C 


463 


515 


526 


581 


627 


577 


563 


577 


555 


528 


398 


18 


£4 


6925 


kO' 


^.55 


45S 


461 


502 


533 


565 


619 


563 


553 


558 


5 40 


506 


390 


15 


69 


o7S3 


ADA 


^.32 


44C 


444 


487 


513 


544 


595 


542 


526 


525 


512 


474 


367 


15 


63 


6479 


MLD 


«56 


46C 


45S 


499 


520 


559 


622 


560 


5 50 


542 


533 


486 


363 


17 


71 


r. 27 


PROH 


440 


435 


443 


491 


520 


550 


608 


540 


5 33 


486 


511 


476 


37C 


17 


69 


t'>B'i 


N-P 


16 


25 


16 


8 


10 


9 


14 


20 


17 


56 


22 


10 


13 




2 


:-38 


issa-B'f 


































FIRST MC 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


jm 


EXCP 


TO ''AL 


ENROLL 


477 


493 


478 


475 


5 26 


5 25 


596 


632 


560 


582 


481 


512 


470 


20 


50 


f 877 


AD«< 


47 5 


49 1 


476 


475 


527 


524 


592 


631 


5 56 


576 


478 


509 


470 


20 


5C 




ADA 


462 


48 1 


463 


464 


519 


510 


581 


614 


543 


551 


461 


494 


448 


20 


49 


6660 



1962-63 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer Schod Graduates) 



AHE^lCiN BLACK WHITE OTHGP* TOTAL A>^ERICAN BLACK 

lrOIA\ . INDIAN 



PU'LIC SP. INST NC 

P',' Li: SR. OJT-STATf 



PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SP. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

CCxy CCLL. ■'ECH NC 

C.C. TECH CJT-STATE 
TCTAL 

PC IVATE JR . COLL NC 
PI- IVATE JB. OUTSTATE 
TCTAL 

TIRADE, BUSI;.IESS NC 
TRADE. BUSl U'JTSTATE 



1 1.2 

CO 

11.2 

21.6 

C. 

21.6 



CT-irRS •• 
GRiND TGTAl »< 



'•.7 
100. 



I':CLU3tS HISPAN'ICS, ALASKAN NATIVESf AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
ir.CLUDES lr;FCR>»ATION NOT AVAILABLE, MARRIED. ETC. 



n-246 



Stanly 



1963-64 Public School Personnel Summory 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNt-ENT 



SCURCE Cf FLNCS 



BACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 



CLASSIFICATICN 



STATE FECERAl tCCAL VCCAT 



FEMALE HUTE 



CFF1CIAL,AC»'S.,»'GRS. 


3 




2 


PRINCIPALS 


H 






ASST PRINC, TEACHING 








ASST PRINC, NONTEACHING 


5 






ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 


Itl 




6 


SECONDARY TEACHERS 


ee 




2 


OTHER TEACHERS 


*3 


14 




GUIDANCE 


7 


I 




PSYCHCLCGICAL 


2 






LIBRARIAN, ALOICVISUAL 


13 




7 


CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 


2 


1 


1 


CTHER PRCFESSICNAL 


1 




2 


TEACHER AICES 


82 


10 




TECHNICIANS 








CLERICAL, SECRETARIAL 


12 


2 


13 


SERVICE WCRKERS 


27 




67 


SKILLED CRAFTS 


< 




11 


LABORERS, UNSKILLED 








TOTAL 


««9 


28 


111 



5 

167 

102 

57 

11 



2 


5 


1 


14 


3 


5 


148 


154 


52 


97 


48 


57 


7 


10 


1 


2 


20 


19 


3 


4 


1 


3 


93 


82 


28 


28 


78 


87 



VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID « FPROX II»A TEL Y 62.18PCT FROM STATE, 
25.64PCT FRCf LOCAL, AND 12.18PCT FRCM FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1 962-63 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE 



L6A 


FINAL 

ADK 




STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


STATE 


STANLY COUNTY 


6,788 














SALARIES 




7 


264,929 


541,609 


1.424.295 


9.230,833 


10 70.26 


EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 




1 


456,829 


127.518 


302,468 


1,886,814 


214.62 


PURCHASED SERVICES 






93,799 


21,365 


351,263 


466,<>27 


13.82 


SUPPLIES C MATERIALS 






539,357 


195.482 


738,452 


1,473,291 


79.46 


CAPITAL OUTLAY 






25,732 


54.488 


125,152 


205,372 


3.79 


OTHER OBJECTS 






4,051 


148 


48,225 


52,424 


.60 


TOTAL 




9 


384,698 


940,609 


2,989,855 


13.315,162 


1382.55 


PERCENT CF TOTAL 






70.4 


7.1 


22.5 


100.0 





• •••*••••• PER PUPIL EXPENDITURE 



18.79 44.56 
3.15 51.75 

28.80 108.79 
8.03 18.44 

.02 7.10 



359.88 


69 


3 


277.97 


14 


2 


68.72 


3 


5 


21?. 05 


11 


1 


30.26 


1 


5 


7.72 




c 



11-247 



Albemarle 



Dr. William L. Brown, Supt. 
258 N. 4th St., P. 0. Box 220 
Albemarle, N. C. 28001 

3 Elementary Schools 
1 Secondary School 
1 Combined School 

6th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1S82-83 


































FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


THH 


EXCP 


TOTAt 


ENRCLL 


155 


147 


161 


154 


154 


148 


175 


174 


179 


201 


160 


143 


132 


6 


32 


7:123 


ACIH 


149 


142 


154 


145 


149 


148 


172 


173 


176 


192 


154 


139 


130 


8 


34 


2065 


ACA 


140 


135 


147 


138 


142 


143 


164 


163 


166 


178 


143 


130 


119 


8 


32 


1948 


MLO 


146 


141 


157 


143 


145 


151 


172 


172 


177 


190 


151 


136 


128 


8 


34 


2051 


PRGM 


139 


128 


151 


136 


144 


148 


171 


167 


177 


152 


131 


129 


117 


8 


3', 


\^r3 2 


N-P 


7 


13 


6 


7 


1 


3 


1 


5 




38 


20 


7 


11 






! \^ 


1983-84 


































FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TfH 


FXCP 


TOTAL 


ENPOLL 


136 


142 


122 


148 


140 


150 


148 


178 


165 


216 


167 


137 


134 




■a "> 


2 015 


ADV 


135 


139 


122 


147 


137 


151 


148 


177 


164 


216 


167 


134 


13? 




32 


?oo:' 


AD* 


132 


137 


119 


141 


133 


148 


146 


171 


158 


208 


160 


130 


128 




29 


1940 



1962-63 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer School GraduatSB) 



AME* IC4N 
I NO I A ^ 



TOTAL AMERICAN BLAC< 
INDIAN 



rCT*;! 
NUMUr?' Ftf-r. F'lT 



Pu'''Lir. SB. ;nst nc 

f-.'JI. IC SR. OUI-STATE 
T.TAL 

O^IVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. CUTSTATE 
TCTAL 

CrvM :CLL, TECH NC 

C.C. TECH COT-STATE 



PRIVATE JB. CCLL NC 
7- IV4TE JP. CUTSTATE 
TCjTAL 

TRADE, BUSINESS NC 
T^i.lE, eUSI OUTSTATE 
TCTAL 

MIL ITAR" 

EVPLOTHENT 

OTHERS ♦» 

C^AND TOTAL «•» 



a.o 

17.4 



0.0 
U.4 



1.7 

o.s 

2.5 

4.1 

30. t 

0. 9 

100.0 



• INCLUDES HISPANICS, ALASKAN NATIVES, AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
*»:';CLJO£S INFCRMATION NOT AVAILABLE, MARRIED, ETC. 



11-248 



Albemarle 



1963-84 Public School Personnel Summory 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT 



SOURCE CF FLNCS 



PACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 



CLASSIFICATION 



STATE FEDERAL ICCAL 



FEKALE WUTE 



CFFICIAL.AOfS.,MGRS. 


1 


PRINCIPALS 


5 


ASST PRINC, TEACHING 




ASST PRINCtNONTEACHING 


1 


ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 


50 


SECONDARY TEACHERS 


2C 


CTHER TEACHERS 


IC 


GUIDANCE 


3 


PSYCHOLCCICAL 




L I BR AR I AN , AUO lOV ISUAL 


5 


CONSULT ANT, SUPER VISOR 


2 


CTHER PROFESS ICNAL 


I 


TEACHER AIDES 


23 


TECHNICIANS 




CLERICAL, SECRETARIAL 


5 


SERVICE WCRKERS 


8 


SKILLED CRAFTS 




LABORERS, UNSKILLED 




TOTAL 


13« 



2 


I 


29 


2<i 


13 


13 


19 


12 



VOCATIONAL TEACHERS* SALARIES ARE PAIC (FPRCX If ATEL Y 62.18PCT FRCI STATE, 
25.6'.PCI FRCf LOCAL, ANC 12.18PCT FRCf FECERAL FUNCS. 



1962-63 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



LEA 

ALBEKARLE CITY 
S»L^RIES 

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 
PURCHASED SERVICES 
SUPPLIES C MATERIALS 
CAPITAL OUTLAY 
OTHER OBJECTS 
TOTAL 
PERCENT OF TOTAL 



FINAL 

ADM 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE 



2,324.753 

*59,163 

9,983 

119,83* 

6,695 

387 

2,920,815 

63.1 



»••••••• PER PUPIL ECPENOITURE 



FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


213,65* 


6*7,931 


*2,003 


133,291 


8,914 


2**, 114 


100,190 


240,129 


17,829 


6,674 


16,312 


36,783 


398,903 


1,309.122 


8.6 


28.3 



PERCENT 
TOTAL STATE FEDERAL LOCAL TOTAL OF TOTAL 



3,186,338 1125.79 103.46 313.77 1,543.02 

20.34 64.55 

4.32 118.22 

48.52 116.29 

8.63 3.33 

7.90 17.81 

4.628.840 1414.43 193.17 633. S7 2,241.57 
100.0 



634 


4 57 


222 


35 


263 


012 


4 


83 


460 


153 


58 


03 


31 


398 


3 


24 


53 


483 




19 



543 


.02 


68 


8 


307 


24 


13 


7 


127 


37 


5 


7 


222 


.84 


9 




15 


20 




7 


25 


90 


1 


2 


241 


57 


100 






11-249 



STOKES 

Dr. Kent S. Moseley, Supt. 
P. 0. Box 50 
Danbury, N. C. 27016 

11 Elementary Schools 
1 Secondary School 
3 Combined Schools 

5th Education District 



l<;82-83 
FINJL 

ENROLL 

ACM 

AHA 

MLO 

PROM 

N-P 

l9d3-8'» 
FIRST MO 

ENFOLL 

ADK 
ADA 



390 

ttXb 
9 



1 



^^"2 520 512 

«72 513 501 

«89 482 

512 502 

46? 488 

27 14 



45C 

474 

436 

38 



534 
522 
5C3 
521 
514 
7 




Pupil Accounting 



10 



11 



539 
536 
515 



609 636 573 
601 619 557 



562 

547 



539 604 
533 6C2 



580 592 
621 



5 44 47 7 
522 450 



532 526 497 430 



51 



22 



12 TMH eXCP lOTAl 



441 
431 
411 



555 539 499 435 424 
563 504 517 490 430 4C1 



24 
25 
23 
25 
25 



23 



\\X uX 11} I'ii '•'^ "5 555 657 612 542 5 57 495 A-" 
Itn Itl lli ^°° ^''^ 5" 5" ^'54 607 538 555 4Q 1 437 
430 450 460 496 485 508 5 39 633 5 83 515 527 465 414 



26 
32 
29 
34 
33 
1 



12 T^H EXCP 



6903 
6746 
6449 
6709 

72 



^0 


3A 


6°^! 


2° 


36 


teio 


2L 


34 


6£fcS 



1962-63 High School Groduote Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer School Graduatae) 

"^l-E FEMALE TOTAl 

*t!^!^v'^ ®'"*'-'^ ""'^^ OTHER* TOTAL AMERICAN SLACK WHITE OTHER* TOTAL NUMBER Prpr.^VT 
l'^lt'^_ _ INDIAN 

PJSLIC SK. INST NC C 2 JQ no, 

,-\[' ' ^000000000 0.0 

TCTAL " 1 1 1 I 2 0.5 

" ^ ^ 12 13 13 25 6.2 

Cic'! ^^ECh'oIt-STA'e'^ \ ^0 n ^n ° 3 35 38 '.0 15.0 

TrTAL ^OOOOOOOOO 0.0 

" ^ 21 22 3 35 38 60 15.0 
PRIVATE JR. CCLL NC n n « „ 

PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE C ^ n ' ' ° ° ' ' "•' 

TOTAL ^000000000 0.0 

° 1 1 1 0.2 
Tf-ACE, BUSINESS NC n 3 n , n „ . 

T^A3E. BUSI OUTSTATE ? n ? n . ? ^ ^ ^ ^- " 

TDTAL " ° 1 1 1 1 2 0.5 

^ " "^ 4 5 6 10 2-5 

MILITARY C 1 o „ 

'- ' '' 12 1 2 3 15 }.7 

EVPLOVMCM r. ,, ,,. 

'^ 11° 131 13 a* 97 228 56.0 

'■°°0000101 1 0.2 

GCAN3 TOTAL *»» r ?/. ,oo 

f*__ _188 212 23 166 189 «01 100.0 

:.}N^t;joO yi^"^i?^cN'^sr:;;A?^ii;:^f'.j^^,-!-,- ^"-^'^ '^-^-- 



11-250 



stokes 



1983-64 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIG^^'ENT 



SCURCE CF FLNCS 



PACE/FTHNIC CRIGIN 



CLASSIFICATICN 



CFFIClAL.ACfS.,fGRS. 
PRINCIPAIS 
ASST PRINC.TEACHING 
ASST PRINC.NONTEACHING 
ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 
SECONDARY TEACI-EPS 
CTHER TEACHERS 
GUIDANCE 
PSYCHCLCGICAL 
LIBRARIAN, AUDIOVISUAL 
CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 
CTHER PRCFESSICNAL 
TEACHER AIDES 
TECHNICIANS 
CLERICAL, SECRETARIAL 
SERVICE WORKERS 
SKILLED CRAFTS 
LABORERS. UNSKILLED 
TOTAL 



STATE FEDERAL ICCAL 



FE^'ALE WUTE BLACK OTHER 



2 

15 

7 

l£6 

S7 

«7 



5 


1 
1 


I 


72 


1 


21 


13 


1 


11 


22 




73 


<! 




13 



2 


2 




2 


15 


15 




14 


7 


6 


1 


7 


181 


29 


152 


155 


66 


28 


38 


65 


lO*. 


33 


71 


se 


5 


3 


2 


5 



* VOCATICNAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID « FFRC X I VA TELY 62.18PC1 FROM ST4TE, 
25.6^PCT FRCf< LOCAL, AND 12.18PCT FRCV FEDERAL FUNDS. 

1962-63 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE 



• *••••*••• PER PUPU EXPENDITURE 





FINAL 






















ADM 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 




TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


STOKES COUNTY 


6.746 




















SALARIES 




7,046.958 


664.695 


1,718.621 


9 


,430.273 


1044.61 


98.53 


254.76 


1,3S7.90 


EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 




1.388.266 


133,283 


378,282 


1 


.899.832 


205.79 


19.76 


56.08 


281.63 


PURCHASED SERVICES 




65,621 


20,147 


554,320 




640.089 


9.73 


2.99 


82.17 


94.89 


SUPPLIES t MATERIALS 




585,436 


252,163 


762.940 


1 


.600.539 


86.78 


37.38 


113.10 


237.26 


CAPITAL OUTLAY 




18.154 


53,331 


61,750 




133,236 


2.69 


7.91 


9.15 


19.75 


OTHER OBJECTS 




965 




37,117 




38,0 82 


.14 




5.50 


5.64 


TOTAL 




9,105,401 


1.123,619 


3,513,030 


13 


.742.051 


1349.74 


166.57 


520.76 


2,037.07 


PERCENT CF TOTAL 




66.2 


8.2 


25.6 




100. 











68.6 
13.8 
4.7 



11-251 



SURRY 

Charles C. Graham, Supt. 
N. Crutchfield St., Box 364 
Dobson, N. C. 27017 

12 Elementary Schools 
3 Secondary Schools 

7th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1982-83 


































FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


£XCP 


TorAL 


ENROLL 


622 


60C 


5SS 


62 1 


653 


692 


727 


705 


7 10 


800 


631 


609 


6C4 


15 


30 


8618 


ADM 


605 


584 


58S 


611 


642 


687 


709 


696 


699 


754 


604 


583 


589 


14 


33 


8399 
7978 


ACfl 


555 


553 


560 


582 


615 


657 


678 


654 


661 


70 8 


5 80 


563 


569 


13 


30 


KLO 


605 


57S 


588 


609 


627 


683 


701 


694 


699 


731 


588 


572 


585 


14 


33 


8318 

t.024 
.94 


PRCM 


584 


536 


57? 


60 2 


626 


672 


698 


676 


690 


639 


556 


551 


575 


14 


33 


N-P 


21 


43 


16 


7 


11 


11 


3 


18 


9 


92 


32 


21 


IC 






1983-8^ 
FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCf 


TOTAL 


ENROLL 


564 


644 


566 


588 


617 


643 


696 


719 


691 


778 


685 


590 


566 


15 


22 
21 
21 


8 384 
6334 
8047 


ADf 


540 


656 


562 


586 


616 


638 


695 


715 


690 


773 


582 


58 5 






ADA 


520 


635 


547 


572 


596 


619 


671 


683 


663 


73 8 


655 


56 5 


542 


15 



1962-63 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer Schod Graduates) 



A>1EKlCtN 

IN3IAK 



TOTAL AMERICAN BLACK 
INDIAN 



TO'fAL 
NU-'P-EP PEO'-.F' 



(Xi'LlL S". 
PJ=Li; 5P. 
Tl IAL 



ruT-STATE 



?=IVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OUTSTATE 
TCTAL 

Cr'-'^ COLL . TECP >.c 
C. C. TECH CJT-STATE 
TCTAL 

PRIVATE JR. CCIL NC 
P'.IVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TDT4L 

T^AHE, BUSI'JESS NC 
T5i?E, EL'S: OUTSTATE 

■'aT^L 

MILI lARr 
EMPLOYMENT 
OlMtRS »• 
C-Rl'O TOTAL •»• 



132 



132 



33 


1.0 
5. 9 


218 
1 


38.1 
'^.2 


219 


3S.i 


I 


C.2 


2 

3 


C. 3 


19 
1 


3.3 
0.2 


20 


3.5 


33 


5." 


IV 2 


33. b 



INCLUDES HISPAMCS, ALASKAN NATIVES, AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
TiCLUOES INFORMATION NOT AVAILABLE, MARRIED, ETC. 



11-252 



Surry 

1963-64 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT SCURCE Cf FLNCS SEX MCE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 

CLASSIFICATION STATE FECERAl ICCAL VCCAT TOTAL HALE FEMALE WUTE BLACK OThE 



OFFICIAL. AC>'S.,>'GRS. 


3 




PRINCIPALS 


15 




ASST PRINC, TEACHING 






ASST PRINC. NONTEACHING 


8 




ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 


2«4 


1« 


SECONDARY TEACHERS 


IC2 


3 


OTHER TEACHERS 


4 


3 


GUIDANCE 


S 




PSYCHCLCGICAL 


1 


1 


LIBRARIAN.ALDICVISUAL 


IC 




CONSULT ANT, SUPER VISOR 


* 


2 


CTHER PROFESSIONAL 






TEACHER AICES 


?5 


21 


TECHNICIANS 






CLERICAL. SECRETARIAL 


18 


2 


SERVICE WORKERS 


31 




SKILLED CRAFTS 






LABORERS. UNSKILLED 






TOTAL 


5«« 


46 





4 


3 


1 


4 






15 


15 




15 






8 


6 


2 


8 




3 


266 


38 


228 


259 


7 


35 


U9 


70 


79 


146 


3 




7 


3 


4 


6 


1 




9 


4 


5 


9 






2 


1 


1 


2 






12 


1 


11 


12 




1 


9 
1 


1 


5 


9 

1 






116 




lib 


115 


I 




*2 




42 


42 






141 


55 


86 


140 


1 



• VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES APF PAID AFPRC)! IMA TEL Y 62.18PCT FROM STATE, 
25.64PCT FROM LOCAL, AND 12.18PCT FRCH FECERAL FLNCS. 

1962-60 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 

AHOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE •••••••••* PER pupil EXPENDITURE •••»»■>•< 

LEA ^fJii*" PERCENT 

*'"' STATE FEDERAL LOCAL TOTAL STATE FEDERAL LOCAL TOTAL OF TOTAL 
SURRY COUNTY 8,3S9 

'■*'*'^^ 8,741.880 939,111 1.531,513 11,212,504 1040.82 111.81 182.34 1,334.97 68.4 

EHPLOYEE BENEFITS 1,650,697 187,691 448,955 2,287,344 196.53 22.35 53.45 272.33 13.9 

PURCHASED SERVICES 125,107 21,002 311,404 457.513 14.90 2.50 37.08 54.48 2.8 

SUPPLIES £ MATERIALS 682.592 458.267 1,050,934 2.191.793 81.27 54.56 125.13 260.96 13.4 

CAPITAL OUTLAY 28. 2„ 53,497 14.576 96.546 3-37 6.39 1.74 11.50 .6 

OTHER OBJECTS 2,008 44,^36 105.415 153.859 .24 5.53 12.55 18.32 .9 

11,230.557 1,706,204 3,462,799 16,399,560 1337.13 2C3.14 412.29 1,952.56 100.0 

PERCENT OF TOTAL ,8.5 10.4 21.1 100.0 



11-253 



Elkin 

David W. Thrift, Supt. 
241 Church St., Box 190 
Elkin, N. C. 28621 

2 Elementary Schools 
1 Combined School 

7th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



lsa2-83 




























FIN*L 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


ENROLL 


83 


74 


66 


83 


61 


85 


99 


99 


86 


101 


87 


81 


70 


AD/» 


84 


73 


66 


82 


62 


85 


102 


98 


80 


100 


85 


78 


71 


ADA 


78 


6S 


63 


7? 


60 


81 


96 


93 


75 


94 


80 


71 


66 


MLC 


85 


7C 


66 


82 


62 


87 


102 


99 


77 


97 


84 


72 


74 


PRCM 


84 


70 


6^ 


80 


62 


86 


97 


90 


73 


87 


60 


62 


13 


N-P 


1 






2 




1 


5 


9 


4 


10 


24 


10 


1 


1983-84 




























F IRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


EMSCLL 


57 


84 


71 


68 


86 


63 


87 


103 


97 


84 


102 


74 


72 


ADV 


57 


84 


71 


68 


86 


63 


87 


103 


97 


34 


102 


75 


73 


ADA 


55 


82 


69 


66 


84 


62 


85 


101 


9<» 


30 


99 


72 


70 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



1075 
1066 
1005 
1057 
?9C 
67 



TVH PXCP TCTAI. 

IOh'' 
1 • " 

icio 



1962-63 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer School Graduates) 



AMERICAN 
I KJ ] A K 



TOTAL AMERICAN 
I NDI AN 



NUMBER 


PF = rF 


IT 


23.0 





o.c 


17 


23.0 


9 


12.2 


2 


2.7 


11 


I'.. 9 


22 


2 9.7 


1 


1.". 


23 


31.1 


^ 


S.* 





0.0 


■* 


5.4 


1 


1.". 





0.0 


1 


1.4 


2 


2.7 


13 


17.6 


3 


4.1 


T, 


100.0 



PJ9LIC SP. INST NC 

PJl'LIC SK. OUT-STATE 

TCTAL 



PRIVATE s-;. 
PRIVATE SR. 
TCTAL 



INST NC 
OUTSTATE 



ccmm ccll, tech nc 
c.c. tech cut-state 
t:tal 

p-iv&te jp. coll nc 
pf'.vate jr. outstate 



TPADE, BUSINESS NC 
Ti;AOE, EUSl CUTSTATE 
TCTAL 

MILITARY 

EVPLOrMENT 

OTHERS •• 

;-''iN3 TCT'AL »*• 



INCLUDES HISPANICS, ALASKAN NATIVES, AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
'INCLUDES INFCRMATION NOT AVAILABLE, HARRIED, ETC. 



11-254 



El kin 



1983-84 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT 



SCURCE CF FLNCS 



PACE/ETHNIC CRICIN 



CLASSIFICATION 



STATE FECERAL ICC4L 



FEMALE *iHTE BLACK OTHEP 



CFFICIAL,AOKS.,MeRS- 


I 


PPINCIPALS 


3 


ASST PRINC, TEACHING 




ASST PRINC, NCNTEiCHING 


1 


ELE>4FNTARY TEACHERS 


/* 


SECONDARY TEACHERS 


t« 


CTHER TEACHERS 


3 


GUIDANCE 


1 


PSYCHOLOGICAL 




LIBRARIAN. AUDIOVISUAL 


2 


CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 


I 


CTHER PROFESSICNAL 


2 


TEACHER AICES 


12 


TECHNICIANS 




CLERICAL, SECRETARIAL 


3 


SERVICE HCRKERS 


6 


SKILLED CRAFTS 




LABORERS, UNSKILLED 




TOTAL 


73 





1 
2 


27 


1 
3 


22 


9 



















• VOCATICNAL TEACHERS* SALARIES ARE PAIC A FFRCX I^-A TELY 62.18PCT FROM STATE, 
2'i.6'iPCT FRCH LOCAL, ANC 12.18PCT FRCH FECERAL FLNDS. 



1982-83 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE 



• •••••••»• PK PUPIL E<PEND1TURE 



LEA 
ELKI.N CITY 
SALARIES 

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 
PUHCriASEO SERVICES 
SUPPLIES C MATERIALS 
CAPITAL OUTLAY 
OTHER OBJECTS 
TOTAL 
PERCENT OF TOTAL 



FINAL 

AOK 



1,170,987 

228,720 

10,752 

63, 654 

3.95* 

55 

X. 477, 924 

62.6 



97,037 

20.641 

2.147 

61,183 

3.247 

7,105 

191.360 

B.l 



PERCENT 
TOTAL STATE FEDERAL LOCAL TOTAL OF TOTAL 



263,981 


1,532,005 


1098 


49 


91.03 


247 


64 


1 


,437 


16 


64 


9 


61,748 


311.109 


214 


56 


19.36 


57 


92 




291 


84 


13 




V40,296 


153,195 


10 


09 


2.01 


131 


61 




143.71 


6 




204,588 


329,625 


59 


90 


57.39 


191.92 




309 


21 


14 




2,623 


9,426 


3 


34 


3.05 


2 


46 




8 


85 






19,315 


26,475 




05 


6.67 


18 


12 




24 


84 


1 




692,551 


2,361.835 


1386 


43 


179.51 


649 


67 


2 


215 


61 


ICO. 





29.3 


100.0 























11-255 



Mount Airy 



Robert E. Chilton, Supt. 
119 Church St., Drawer 710 
Mount Airy, N. C. 27030 

2 Elementary Schools 
1 Secondary School 
1 Combined School 

7th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



F INAL 

ENROLL 

ACf 

ACA 

MLO 

PRCM 

N-P 



169 
161 



lAC 
137 



150 128 
160 



1S2 1A6 
169 13S 
181 



152 

l'i9 

132 1*1 



137 189 139 1A9 

147 122 162 13A 146 167 

13 15 7 5 3 5 



10 



8 



8 



8 



10 



12 TKH EXCP TOTAL 



177 157 174 150 153 176 168 163 

172 155 172 151 143 168 162 156 

164 147 161 141 133 160 155 148 

172 156 173 150 141 163 159 152 

148 165 144 132 155 149 147 



10 


26 


2153 


9 


26 


2039 


9 


23 


1973 


10 


25 


2075 




7 


:-945 


10 


18 


•. jO 



1983-84 
FIRST MO 

ENROLL 

ADX 

AOt 



149 
149 
142 



161 

16 2 
158 



130 187 
130 184 



141 
140 



11 



144 174 157 163 



125 177 136 139 168 151 156 



12 TVH EXCP TOTAL 



145 176 158 164 154 138 166 153 



149 136 165 152 
142 132 160 148 



in 


20 


2052 


10 


20 


2035 


10 


18 


1962 



1962-60 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer Schod Graduates) 



AMERICAN BLACK 
INDIA\ 



TOTAL AMERICAN BLACK 
INDIAN 



P^fLIC SS. INST NC 

P.!?LIC SR. CUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE SR. INST \C 
PRIVATE SR. CUTST4TE 
TCTAL 

Cl •'•1 ;OLL, TECH NC 

C.C. TECH CUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

Pi-;:VATE jn. COLL NC 

private jr. outstate 
t:)tal 



TPA3E, BUSINESS NC 
TKALiE, ?U5I OUTSTATE 
TCTAL 


c 



c 


H!L ITARV 


c 


EMPLC'VENT 





CTi-ERS •• 





3Fi'.0 TOTAL *»• 


c 



7 


9 


1 


3 


<). 


3 


4^ 


r, 


c 





4S 


•j 











7 





7 


1 


3 








1 


3 


? 


.0 


If 


9 


z 


. b 


ICT 


.-^ 



INCLL'DSS HISPANICS, ALASKAN NATIVES, AND ASIAN CR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
'INCLUDES INFCRHATION NOT AVAILABLE, MARRIED, ETC. 



11-256 



Mount Airy 



1963-84 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTrviTY «SSIGNPENT 



SCUBCE CF FUNCS 



P«CF/ETHNIC CRIGIN 



CLASSIFICAIICS 



STATE FECERAL ICCAL VCCAT 



FEJ-ALE WUTE 



CFFICIAL.AO'S.tKGRS. 
PRINCIPALS 
ASST PRINC. TEACHING 
ASST PRINCNOMEACHING 
ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 
SECONDSRV TEACHERS 
CTHER TEACHERS 
GUIDANCE 
PSVCHOLCGICAL 
LIBRARIAN, AUDIO VISUAL 
CONSULT AST, SUPER VISOR 
CTHER PRCFESSICNAL 
TEACHER AIDES 
TECHNICIANS 
CLERICAL, SECRETARIAL 
SERVICE HCRKERS 
SKILLED CRAFTS 
LABORERS, CNSKILLEO 
TPTAL 



11 225 



• VOCATICNAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAIC <FPROX IMA TELV 62.18PCT FRC1 STATE, 
25.61PCT FRCf LOCAL, ANC 12.18PCT FRCf FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1962-63 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE 



LEA 

MOUNT AIRY CITY 
SALARI ES 

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 
PURCHASED SERVICES 
SUPPLIES t MATERIALS 
CAPI TAL OUTLAY 
0TH6R OBJECTS 
TOTAL 
PERCENT OF TOTAL 



FINAL 

ADK 



2,069 



2,253, 82S 

*52,957 

50,364 

111,381 

4,490 

573 

2,873,590 

63.3 



218,798 

50.209 

5,336 

111,919 

13.103 

16.374 

415,738 

9-2 



*»*••»•**• PER PUPtL E«PENOITURE 



Pf RCf NT 
TOTAL STATE FEDERAL LOCAL TOTAL 0<: t'JIAL 



995,631 3.068,253 1078.90 104.74 285.13 1,468.77 67.6 

137.000 640,166 216.83 24.03 65.58 306.44 14.2 

141,616 197,316 24.11 2.55 67.79 94.45 4.3 

326,920 550,220 53.32 53.58 156.50 263.40 1 2- • 

3,400 20,993 2.15 6.27 1.63 10.05 .S 

42,966 59,913 .27 7.84 20.57 28.68 1.3 

1.247,533 4,536,861 1375.58 199.01 5S7.20 2,171.79 100. C 

27.5 100. 



11-257 



SWAIN 

James F. Causby, Supt. 
Main Street, P. 0. Box U 
Bryson City, N. C. 28713 

4 Elementary Schools 
1 Secondary School 

8th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1982-83 

FINAL 

ENROLL 

AOM 

ADA 

MLO 

PflCM 

N-P 

1083-8'. 
FIRST MO 

EN-JOLL 

AD" 

AOi 



K 

137 
125 
115 
124 
123 
1 



I 

13C 
124 
117 
127 
118 
S 



131 
121 
116 
122 
114 



107 

loe 

101 

10 7 

105 

2 



147 
143 
125 
143 
143 



127 
120 
114 
125 
124 
1 



156 
145 
137 
146 
145 
1 



165 
152 
141 
159 
159 



142 
134 
125 
138 
136 
2 



158 
144 
133 
138 
116 
22 



10 

151 
140 
130 
127 
115 
12 



10 



i! wt H^ ^^^ 1°"^ l'^5 129 152 150 157 125 
116 142 126 124 102 145 127 15 1 149 154 122 
111 135 121 122 101 141 122 145 144 14a 117 



11 

104 
95 
88 
84 
77 
7 



11 



12 TNH EXCP TCTAL 



111 

1C5 

97 

1C8 

1C6 

2 



1770 
1659 
1554 

\.<54 

!,386 

66 



12 T WH FXCP TCTAL 



137 


P3 


5 


170-,- 


136 


82 


5 


ICHl 


130 


77 


4 


16!B 



1962-63 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer School Graduates) 



4HRrC«N 
INDIAN- 


BLACK 


MALE 
WHITE 


OTHER* 


TOTAL 


AMERICAN 
INDIAN 


BLACK 


FEMALE 
rtHITE 


PUILIC SP. IN51 NC 

p-'ni: SH. uuT-sTATC 









7 

3 

10 





9 


I 





7 


: J 1 4 L 


2 









3 
12 




1 






1 
8 


""■l VATF SR. INST NC 


1 


















P?IVAIE :-■. OylSTATE 





I 
3 





2 








<> 


TCTAL 







3 








1 




1 





if 





5 








5 


CC" COLL, TECH NC 


2 


2 




15 














C.C. TECH CUT-STATE 


c 





IS 


2 





1'. 


TCTAL 





















' 


2 


15 





19 


2 





1« 


OSIVATE JB. CCLL NC 























PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 


c 














2 


TCT.U 








































2 


T^ADE, BUSINESS NC 























T-A3E, SUSI CUTSTATE 


c 

















TiTAL 


c 








































MILITARY 
























4 





4 











EKPLQVHENT 


c 





11 





i: 


1 





20 


OTHERS *♦ 


c 




































2 


GRAND TOTAL •»• 


c 


7 















Mljuopu 


prPCE 


17 


l*.. 


'. 


3. a 


21 


11.8 


t 


5.7 


4 


3.3 


10 


9.4 


,c 


33.0 





0.0 


35 


33.0 


2 


l.-S 





0.0 


2 


1.9 



30.2 

1.9 
KO. 



U::^^l ^^"«Hi?^6N';.?rj^A??I^-f'„*-.«:-,- -CIP.C islanders 



n-258 



Swain 

1963-64 Public School Personnel Summory 

(Full-time personnel only) 

ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT SCURCC Cf FUNCS SEX PACE/ETHNtC CRIGIN 

■classification STATE FEDERAL LCCAL VCCAT TOTAL MALE FEf-ALE WUTE BLACK OTHER 



CFFICIAL,ACKS.,HGRS. 


c 




PRINCIPALS 






ASST PPINC, TEACHING 






ASST PRINC.NONTEACHING 






ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 


^1 




SECONDARY TEACHERS 


\t 




OTHER TEACHERS 


IC 


7 


GUIDANCE 




1 


PSYCHOLCGICAL 






LIBRARIAN, ALOICVISUAL 






CONSULT ANT, SUPER VI SCR 






OTHER PRCFESSICNAL 






TEACHER AIDES 


21 


9 


TECHNICIANS 






CLERICAL, SECRETARIAL 




1 


SERVICE WCRKERS 






SKILLEC CRAFTS 






LABORERS. UNSKILLED 






TCTAL 


117 


18 





2 




1 


37 


'.I 


11 


27 


l'> 


17 


2 


3 



2 112 

1 1 11 

1 31 31 27 



• VOCATICNAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAIC AFPRCX ICA TEL Y 62.18PCT FROM STATE, 
25.64PCT FPCM LOCAL, ANC 12.18PCT FRCM FEDERAL FUNCS. 

1962-63 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 

AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE »•»•»•»»»« pgR Pu«>iL EXPENDITURE •••»•••• 

LEA ''i!?!'" PERCENT 

*"" STATE FEDERAL LOCAL TOTAL STATE FEDERAL LOCAL TOTAL CF TOTAL 
S«AIN COUNTY 1,659 

1,947,083 261,384 307, S40 2,516,007 1173.6; 157.56 165.39 1,516.59 55.5 

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 389,217 54, 2*6 61,143 504.605 234.61 32.70 36.86 304.17 13.2 

PURCHASED SERVICES 30,914 8 . ^^l 150.01^ 189,169 18.63 4.97 90.42 114.02 4.9 

SUPPLIES C MATERIALS 150,321 136,249 214,328 500.898 90.61 82.13 129.19 301.93 13. Q 

AL OUTLAY 2,482 23.999 58,206 84.687 1.50 14.47 35.09 51.06 2.2 

OTHER OBJECTS 231 j^.SOS 31.799 44,536 .14 7.54 19.17 26.85 1.2 

2,520,247 496,625 823.030 3,839,902 1519.14 299.37 496.11 2,314.62 

PERCENT OF TOTAL ks T , , r. 

•"'•T 12.9 21.4 100.0 



100.0 



11-259 



TRANSYLVANIA 

Harry C. Corbin, Supt. 

West Main Street, Education Center 

Brevard, N. C. 28712 

6 Elementary Schools 
1 Secondary School 
1 Combined School 

8th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1982-83 
FIN*L 


K 


1 


2 


3 


* 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TKH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


ENROLL 

ADM 

&0A 


305 
290 
270 


30* 
297 
279 


3*9 
3*1 
323 


3*2 
332 
317 


318 
3C5 
292 


3*1 

336 
320 


337 
329 
31* 


3*6 
33* 

318 


3 39 
337 
317 


381 
356 
335 


361 
3*1 
323 


289 
28 3 
266 


3*3 
322 
312 


16 
15 
1* 
16 
16 


6 

7 
7 
6 
6 


*377 
*.'35 
*007 
' 225 

.08 


MLD 


297 


299 


338 


33 3 


3C8 


33* 


331 


33* 


3 38 


3*7 


335 


278 


331 


PROM 


279 


282 


322 


312 


3C3 


329 


296 


311 


33* 


323 


306 


269 


329 
2 


N-P 


18 


17 


16 


21 


5 


5 


35 


23 


* 


2* 


29 


9 






1983-8* 
FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


* 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


THTiL 



ENROLL 332 
AD". 326 

AD* 31* 



291 


309 


3*2 


32* 


310 


359 


333 


323 


366 


3*2 


315 


265 


17 
17 


289 


307 


339 


323 


305 


357 


328 


321 


36* 


337 


312 




279 


301 


329 


31* 


299 


3*8 


318 


313 


355 


326 


302 


2 5* 


1 5 



*?".3 
* 1^4 
<07 3 



1962-83 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer School Graduates) 



ATlICiN BLACK WHITE OTHER* TOTAL AMERICAN BLACK WHITE OTHER* 

INOIAV INDIAN 





TOTAL 







EER 


p:PCE'iT 


q 


17.3 


9 


2.6 


e 


!<).'; 


9 


2.6 


7 


2.1 


6 


'..■' 


~5 


16.1 


n 


0.0 


5 


16.1 


.6 


13.5 





0.0 


.6 


13.5 



P'-IVATE SR. INST NC 
P'lviTE SR. CUTSTATE 



CC-'-^l COLL, TECH rjc 
C.C. TECH CUT-STATE 
T'TAL 

P3IVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

TRA^F, BUSINESS NC 
TRADE, 6U5I OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

MILITARY 

E^iPLOYMENT 



2.1 
2A.6 



I'.CLIIDES HISPANICS, ALASKAN NATIVES, AND ASIAN OR PACIEIC ISLANDERS 
'INCLUDLS INFCRMATION NOT AVAILABLE, HARRIED, ETC. 



11-260 



1963-64 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTtVITV ASSIGNI'ENT 



SCUBCE Cf FLNCS 



Transylvania 



P4CE/ETHNIC CHICIN 



CLASSIFICATICN 



STATE FECERAL ItCAL 



FEfALE WUTE SLACK OTHER 



CFFICIAL,AC»'S..»'CRS. 




PRINCIPALS 




ASST PRINC, TEACHING 




ASST PRINC, NQNTEACHING 




ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 


112 


SECONDARY TEACHERS 


48 


CTHER TEACHERS 




COIOANCE 




PSYCHOLCGICAL 




LIBRARIAN, ALniCVISUAL 




CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 




OTHER PRCFESSICNAL 




TEACHER AICES 


KJ 


TECHNICIANS 




CLERICAL, SECRETARIAL 


15 


SERVICE WCRKERS 


2C 


SKILLED CRAFTS 




LABORERS, UNSKILLED 




TOTAL 


274 



5 

130 

71 



116 
35 



• VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID AFPROX IWA TELY 62.18PCT FROM STATE, 
25.6'iPCT FRCM LOCAL, AND 12. IBPCT FRCf FECERAL FLNOS. 

1962-63 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



LEA 

TRANSYLVANIA CCUN 
SALARIES 

EWflorEE 8ENCFITS 
PURCHASED SERVICES 
SUPi^LltS 6 MATERIALS 
CAPITAL OUTLAY 
OTHER OBJECTS 
TOfAL 
PEi^CENT OF TOTAL 



FIMAL 

ADM 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE 



4,392,866 

875,275 

115,269 

221,564 

22,589 

44 

5,627,606 

66.7 



• *••*••••• PER PUPIL EXPENDITURE 



PERCENT 
TOTAL STATE FEDERAL LOCAL TOTAL OF TOTAL 



67.7 
13.5 
5.2 



347 


,53S 


967,665 


5 


,708,069 


10 37 


.28 


82 


06 


228 


49 


1.347 


83 


73 


,903 


192,211 


1 


.141,389 


206 


68 


17 


.45 


45 


39 


269 


52 


25 


100 


300,203 




440,572 


27 


22 


5.93 


70 


89 


104 


04 


182 


446 


587,221 




991,231 


52 


32 


43 


08 


138 


66 


234 


06 


50 


718 


52,487 




125,794 


5 


33 


11 


98 


12 


39 


29 


70 






25,089 




25,133 




01 






5 


92 


5. 


93 


679 


705 


2,124,876 


8 


432,187 


1328.84 


160 


50 


501 


74 


1,991. 


08 




8.1 


25.2 




100.0 



















11-261 



TYRRELL 

D. E. Davis, Supt. 
Road Street, Box 328 
Columbia, N. C. 27925 

1 Elementaiy School 
1 Combined School 

1st Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



19e?-83 


































F INAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


THH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


ENROLL 


62 


AS 


54 


58 


73 


51 


69 


50 


58 


72 


50 


42 


55 


4 




747 


ACH 


62 


'ie 


12 


56 


73 


51 


69 


51 


57 


67 


49 


42 


54 


4 




735 


ACA 


60 


46 


51 


55 


71 


50 


67 


50 


55 


64 


47 


39 


52 


4 




711 


MLD 


63 


49 


52 


57 


73 


51 


69 


52 


57 


67 


48 


41 


53 


4 




736 


PBOt* 


56 


48 


5; 


49 


7C 


51 


69 


51 


54 


63 


29 


38 


53 


2 




o6-. 


N-P 


7 


1 


1 


8 


3 






1 


3 


4 


19 


3 




2 




52 


1983-8^ 


































FIRST MC 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


U 


12 


TMH 


F)'CP 


TPtAL 


ENFOLL 


81 


62 


51 


61 


53 


70 


56 


73 


51 


64 


72 


32 


3P 


t; 




770 


ADV 


79 


61 


50 


59 


52 


69 


55 


71 


51 


63 


68 


33 


37 


t; 




?•.? 


ADA 


78 


60 


49 


58 


52 


68 


54 


70 


49 


60 


66 


31 


36 


5 




7^6 



1 962-63 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer School Gracktatee) 



AMERICAN 
INO IAN- 



TOTAL AMERICAN BLACK 
I ND I A N 



TOTAL 



P1.3LIC SR. INST NC 

PjnLlC SK. OUT-STATE 

T CT AL 

PSiIVATE SR. INST NC 
P:iVATE Sk. QUTSTATE 



cc^M :qll, tech NC 

C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. CUTSTATE 
TDTAL 

TPADE,- BUSINESS NC 
TRADE, BUSI OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

MILITARY 

EVPLOrHENT 

OTHERS •» 

r.PANO TOTAL •*• 



5.7 
0.0 
5.7 

2C.fi 

0.0 

20. P 



0.0 
0.0 

1.9 
0.0 
1.9 

22. t 

18."; 



• INCLUDES HISPANICS, ALASKAN NATIVES. AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
••INCLUDES INFCRMATION NOT AVAILABLE, HARRIED, ETC. 



11-262 



Tyrrell 

1963-64 Public School Personnel Summery 

(Full-time personnel only) 

ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT SCURCE CF FUNCS SEX fl»CE/ETHNIC CRICIN 

CLASSIFICATICN STATE FEDERAL tCCAL VCCAI TOTAL MALE FEMALE hUTE BLACK OThER 



CFFICIAL.ACMS-.f'GRS. 


1 


1 


PRINCIPALS 


2 




ASST PRINC. TEACHING 






ASST PRINC, NCNTFACHING 






ELEMENTARY TEACI-ERS 


IS 




SECONDARY TEACHERS 


6 




CTHER TEACHERS 


5 


4 


GUIDANCE 


2 




PSYCHOICGICAL 






LIBRARIAN, ALDICVISUAL 


2 




CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 


3 




CTHER PROFESSIONAL 


1 


1 


TEACHER AIDES 


IC 


2 


TECHNICIANS 


1 




CLERICAL, SECRETARIAL 


2 


2 


SERVICE WCRKERS 


13 




SKILLED CRAFTS 


2 




LABORERS. LNSKILLEO 






TCTAL 


69 


10 



6 15 
2 

2 
3 
2 

1 13 

1 
4 8 

3 16 

3 5 



16 


15 


5 


5 


4 


2 


7 


13 

2 


2 


2 


2 




2 


3 




2 


2 




13 


5 


8 


8 


7 


1 



* VOCATICr.AL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID AFPPO X ICATELY 62.18PCT FROM STATE, 
25.6<.PCT FRCM LOCAL, AND 12.18PCT FRCM FEDERAL FUNCS. 

1962-d3 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 

*•*•*••••• PER PUPIL E<PENOITURE 



PERC-Nf 

'•^* *0N STATE FEDERAL LOCAL TOTAL STATE FEDERAL LOCAL TOTAL OF TOTAL 



TYRRELL COUNTY 
SALARIES 





AMOUNTS EXPENDED 


BY SOURCE 


FINAL 






AOM 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


735 








884,866 


215,128 




17<,,595 


«6.5t3 




8,6^0 


11.207 




56,376 


62.507 




1,336 


2,116 




1« 


33 




1.125,825 


337,50* 




60.6 


18.1 



177,917 


1 


,277,910 


1203 


.90 


292 


69 


2 42 


06 


l,7J3-65 


44,621 




265.729 


2 37 


.54 


63 


?8 


60 


71 


361.53 


91,138 




110.985 


11 


75 


15 


.25 


124 


CO 


151.00 


7*. 457 




193,339 


76 


70 


85 


04 


101 


30 


263.04 


634 




4, 086 


1 


82 


2 


88 




86 


5.56 


7.789 




7.836 




02 




05 


10. 


60 


10.67 


396,557 


1 


859,886 


15 31. 


73 


4 59 


19 


539. 


53 


2,530.45 


21.3 




100.0 

















68.7 



EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 174,595 46.513 44.621 265.729 237.54 63.28 60.71 361.53 14.3 

PURCHASED SERVICES 8,640 11,207 91,138 110,985 11.75 15.25 124.00 151.00 6.0 

SUPPLIES t MATERIALS 
CAPITAL OUTLAY 
OTHER OBJECTS 
TOTAL 
PERCENT OF TOTAL 



11-263 



UNION 



Dr. B. Paul Hammack, Supt. 
Union Co. Courthouse, Drawer 499 
Monroe, N. C. 28110 

17 Elementary Schools 
5 Secondary Schools 
1 Combined School 

6th Education District 




1982-83 












FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


< 


ENROLL 


897 


<i'tl 


919 


927 


913 


AOM 


861 


S32 


899 


905 


?;7 


ADA 


815 


89 2 


8£A 


871 


919 


MLC 


867 


936 


9C2 


901 


9<1 


PRCM 


828 


e<.5 


8;a 


869 


?46 


N-P 


39 


91 


48 


32 


15 


1983-84 












FIRST MC 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


ENROLL 


809 


939 


904 


896 


893 


ADN" 


7A9 


932 


903 


887 


892 


ADA 


729 


911 


883 


869 


872 



Pupil Accounting 



976 1C63 1041 1080 1141 

97C 1C39 1021 1052 1050 

938 991 966 990 957 

973 1032 1025 1039 1005 

970 1010 980 1008 854 

3 22 45 31 151 



964 1019 1070 1024 120 1 
962 1012 1061 1021 1188 
939 992 1033 989 1129 



10 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



997 


859 


77C 


42 


44 


12676 


931 


813 


733 


45 


46 


12254 


858 


751 


673 


42 


43 


11570 


896 


780 


727 


47 


47 


12138 


825 


74 8 


681 


47 


23 


11488 


71 


32 


46 




24 


650 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



398 


830 


797 


47 


37 


12328 


893 


823 


792 


47 


36 


12198 


857 


796 


765 


46 


36 


11846 



1962-63 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer School Graduates) 











BLACK 


p. 


!>1 IC 

■Li: 


"^■j. 

5^.. 


I N <; 7 NC 
OJT-STATE C 


9 
? 



PRIVATE %R. INST NC 



C^'t-. :GLL, TECh KG 

C.C. TEC- OUT-STAi-E 
TCT4L 

PP IVATE JR. CCLL NC 
PRIVATE J^. OUTSTATE 
T-TAL 

Tfi3E, BUSINESS NC 
rSADE, SaSI OUTSTATE 
TC'AL 

«ILI TARV 

E'-'PLOVHENT 

OTHERS •• 

Gi^ANJ TOTAL *»• 



146 


??.-•. 


6 


0.'. 


\^Z 


? !.? 


-"B 


5.8 


5 


0. », 


<i3 


'-. t 


HT 


72. 4 


2 


0.3 


149 


22. T 



7.6 
P. 3 
7.9 

5.3 

30. 5 

1.8 

101. 



I'ICLUOES HISPANICS, ALASKAN NATIVESt AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
'I'JCLUDES INFCRMATION NOT AVAILABLE, MARRIED. ETC. 



11-264 



1960-64 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSICN^'ENT 



SCURCE CF FLNCS 



P4CF./ETHMC CRI'-.IS 



CLASSIFICATIC^ 



STATE FECERAl ICCAL 



FEfALE tiMTE 



CFFICIAl.aEt'S..VCRS. 
PRINCIPALS 
ASST PPINC, TEACHING 
ASST PRINCtNCNTEACHING 
ELE'lENTARV TEACHERS 
SECONDARY TEACFERS 
CTMER TEACHERS 
GUIDANCE 
PSYCHCLCGICAL 
LIBRARIAN, AUDIOVISUAL 
CONSULT ANT, SUPER VISOR 
CTHER PRCFESSICNAL 
TEACHER AIDES 
TECHNICIANS 
CLERICAL. SECRETARIAL 
SERVICE WCPKERS 
SKILLED CRAFTS 
LABORERS, UNSKILLED 
TOTAL 



IC 




1 


2S8 


12 


9 


133 


1 


10 


44 


2 


2 


12 

1 


I 
2 




2C 




2 


S 


1 


1 


2 




1 


147 


31 


12 
2 


28 




25 


42 




115 


IC 




21 



3 

22 

11 

3 

190 

2 

53 

157 

31 



295 
HI 



11 

163 



3 


3 


21 


19 


e 


10 


3 


3 


189 


157 




2 


53 


52 


131 


124 



I 

151 



• VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID AFFRCX If A TEL V 62.18PCT rkOM STATE. 
^S.'jAPCT FkCK LOCAL, AND 12.18PCT FRCf FECERAL FUNDS. 



1962-63 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AHOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE 



LEA 


FINAL 
AOK 




STATE 


FEDERAL 




LOCAL 




TOTAL 


STATE 


JNION COUNTY 


12.254 


















SALARIES 




12 


438.789 


916,213 


2 


017,006 


15 


,372,308 


1015.08 


EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 




2 


449,9*3 


211.883 




417,4*5 


3 


,079,271 


1V9.93 


PURCHASED SERVICES 






368.809 


102.036 




665,836 


1 


,136,682 


30.10 


SUPPLIbS t MATERIALS 






808,408 


384.969 


1 


,432,843 


2 


,626,221 


65.'y7 


CAPITAL OUTLAY 






38,858 


61,119 




44,985 




144,961 


3.17 


OTHER OBJECTS 






3.058 


2.107 




85,969 




91.13'. 


.25 


TOTAL 




16 


107,865 


1.678,327 


4 


664,085 


22 


450,277 


1314.50 


PERCENT OF TOTAL 






71.7 


7.5 




20.8 




lOO.O 





► •••*»»••• PER PUPIL EXPENDITURE »••••••» 



7*. 77 164.60 1,25*. 45 68.5 

17.29 34.07 251.29 1 l. 

8.33 54.34 92.77 5.1 

31.42 116.93 214.32 11.7 

4.99 3.67 11.83 .6 

.17 7.02 7.<,'. .4 

136.97 380.63 1,832.10 100.0 



11-265 



Monroe 

Dr. Thomas H. Batchelor, Supt. 
Union County Courthouse 
^fonroe, N. C. 28110 

4 Elementary Schools 
1 Secondary School 

6th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1982-83 


































FINiL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


6 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


ENROLL 


286 


25€ 


254 


256 


249 


283 


268 


268 


261 


267 


237 


210 


168 


15 


32 


3312 


ACM 


276 


Z^'i 


250 


24 7 


24C 


276 


257 


260 


2 49 


238 


215 


203 


164 


17 


31 


3167 


ADA 


263 


ZZii 


240 


235 


232 


264 


245 


248 


2 35 


216 


199 


186 


153 


16 


29 


2995 


MLO 


273 


239 


250 


24 2 


241 


272 


254 


257 


246 


226 


206 


202 


162 


18 


36 


3124 


PROM 


252 


207 


229 


229 


237 


268 


246 


239 


243 


187 


173 


174 


154 


18 


36 


2892 


N-P 


21 


32 


21 


13 


4 


4 


8 


18 


3 


39 


33 


28 


6 






232 


1983-84 


































FIRST !*0 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


1? 


T'-'H 


"^XCP 


TCTAL 


ENPCLL 


222 


284 


229 


245 


225 


237 


277 


255 


246 


260 


213 


I'l p 


1 P^ 


t^S 




1- 1?- 


AC*' 


219 


282 


229 


241 


2 24 


238 


277 


251 


247 


25 7 


20B 


l'<4 


IP? 


■^5 




^1"4 


ADA 


216 


274 


223 


236 


221 


234 


270 


244 


240 


243 


108 


184 


IT- 


5 2 




3r-,9 



1962-dO High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer School Graduatee) 



TOTAL AMERICAN 
INDI AN 



Pl'JLIC S'-. I-IST NC 

r.''l.i: S". ;.aT-STATr 

T^ TAL 

f-^lVt'S 5=;. INST NC 

p'-'ivate sr. outstate 
t:.tal 

c-''^-'' ccll, tech nc 
c.c. tech ql."--state 

TJTAL 

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TCTAL 

T3j;E, business NC 
■■-.iJE, BUSI CUTSTATE 



CTHEPS •• 
G=;AN.T TOTAL 



0.6 
10. '. 



10 


*. 








10 


<• 


5 


5 


?5 


? 





■> 


100 






;nclu3es hispanics, alaskan natives, and asian or pacific islanders 
■:ncljde5 infcrvaticn not available, married, etc. 



11-266 



1963-64 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIG^^'ENT 


STATE 


SCURCE 
FECERAl 


CF FLNCS 
LCCAL VCCAT 


TOTAL 


SEX 


PACE/ETHNIC CRIGIN 


CLASSIf ICATICN 


MALE FEMALE 


WFITE BLACK OTHER 



CFFICIAl,«i:vS.,HCRS. 


3 


PRINCIPALS 


5 


ASST PBINC,TEAC(-1NG 




AS5T PIUNC.NCNTEACHING 


3 


ELEHE^TA^Y TEACHERS 


75 


SECONCARY TEACHERS 


23 


CTHER TEACHERS 


2C 


GUIDANCE 


3 


PSYCH0LCGIC4L 


1 


LIBRARIAN, ALOICVISUAL 


5 


CONSULT ANT, SUPER VISOR 


1 


CTHER PPCFESSICNAL 


4 


TEACHER AICES 


3S 


TECHNICIANS 




CLERICAL, SECRETARIAL 


t 


SERVICE WCRKERS 


9 


SKILLcC CRAFTS 


I 


LABORERS, UNSKILLED 




TOTAL 


2C8 



2 2 

70 17 



3 2 

1 1 



5 


2 


2<t 


16 


5 


I 


22 




2* 


IS 


2 


2 



VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID A f FPCX If A TELV 62.18PCT FRCH STATE. 
25.6<iPCT FRCC LOCAL, AND 12.18PCT FRCf FEDERAL FLNHS. 



1962-63 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



LEA 


FINAL 
AOK 


AH 


3UNTS EXPEND 
STATE 


EO BY SOURCE 
FEDERAL 


LOCAL 




TOTAL 


STATE 


• •• PER 
FEDERAL 


PUPIL E 
LOCAL 


tPENOMURE 
TOTAL 


PERCtNT 
OF TtJTAL 


MQSROc CITY 


3,167 
























SALARIES 




3 


382,763 


383,036 


757,350 


4 


,528,148 


1068.13 


122.52 


239.14 


1.429.79 


69.3 


EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 






6*3,557 


81,131 


200,208 




924,896 


203.21 


25.62 


63.22 


292.05 


14.1 


PURCHASED SERVICES 






77,701 


37,369 


218,266 




333.336 


24.5 3 


11.80 


68.92 


105.25 


5.1 


SJPPLIES C MATERIALS 






120,247 


242.973 


314,720 




677,940 


37.97 


76.72 


99.3 7 


214.06 


10.4 


CAPITAL OUTLAY 






50 


5,974 






6,024 


.02 


1.B9 




1.91 


.1 


OTHik csjEcrs 






539 


28,131 


37,468 




66,1 ?8 


.17 


D.ee 


11.83 


?o . 8 e 


1.0 


YCfAL 




A 


224,856 


783,614 


1.528,012 


6 


536,482 


1334.03 


247.43 


4 82 . 4 8 


2.063.94 


100. 


PeftCtNT OF fOfAL 






64.6 


12.0 


23.4 




100.0 













11-267 



VANCE 

Dr. Hilton C. Lewis, Supt. 
128 Church Street 
Henderson, N. C. 27536 

10 Elementary Schools 

1 Secondary School 

2 Combined Schools 

3rd Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



l<382-83 


































FINAL 


K 


I 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


ENRCLL 


568 


553 


537 


553 


628 


650 


654 


691 


6 76 


694 


557 


571 


473 


20 


62 


7887 


ADf* 


552 


543 


529 


535 


<14 


636 


647 


675 


6 56 


660 


532 


539 


453 


20 


65 


7656 


AOa 


5?6 


!22 


5Ce 


515 


592 


613 


628 


627 


6 10 


613 


495 


497 


418 


18 


55 


7238 


MLO 


553 


543 


524 


528 


620 


638 


646 


668 


6 52 


642 


514 


52 4 


442 


19 


70 


7583 


PRCH 


531 


497 


49? 


503 


595 


620 


633 


567 


5 50 


531 


4 70 


494 


389 


4 


33 


6909 


N-P 


22 


46 


22 


25 


25 


18 


13 


101 


102 


111 


44 


30 


!3 


15 


37 


674 


1983-84 


































FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TCTAL 


ENROLL 


548 


576 


527 


532 


541 


606 


629 


70 3 


6 49 


675 


648 


50P 


517 


17 


68 


77^4 


ADK 


541 


575 


528 


5 28 


539 


603 


626 


694 


642 


66 5 


639 


496 


516 


16 


66 


7674 


ADA 


525 


563 


516 


5 19 


5 27 


590 


613 


669 


613 


633 


608 


476 


405 


15 


62 


74?4 



1962-dd High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer Schooi Graduates) 



AMERICtN 
INDIAN 



TOTAL AMERICAN 
I NO I A N 



W.f-.fk 


Pf-'.i- 


n.. 


? 1 .'/ 
1.2 


ni. 


?T.\ 


n 


4. ? 


1 


0.2 


18 


'•.'. 


71 


17. -V 





0.0 


71 


17. «, 


21 


5.2 


22 


5.', 


5 


1.2 





CO 


5 


:.z 


«6 


11.^ 


1A4 


3 '..4 



"■■ IVATf SP. INST NC 
P'- IVATE S- . 0UTST4TE 
TOTAL 

C- HM :OLL, TECH NC 

C.C. TECH CUT-STATE 
t; TAL 

private jr. coll nc 
p- ivate js. cutstate 
t:tal 

trade, business nc 
t'k'.de, busi outstate 

TOTAL 

MIL ITARY 

E'.-PLCi'MENT 

OTMIRS •• 

GPiNO TOTAL «•• 



- INCLOOES HISPANICSt ALASKAN NATIVESi AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
•NCLUCE5 INFCRMATION NOT AVAILABLE. MARRIED, ETC. 



11-268 



Vance 

1963-64 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 

ACTIVITY ASSIGNXFNT SCURCE CF FLNCS SEX RACE/ETHNIC CPIGIN 

CLAS5IF ICAT IC^ STATE FECERAL ICCAL VCCAT TOTAL MALE FE^'ALE l-HTH BLACK TTt^r 

CFFICIAL,ACyS.,KCRS- 3 I 'i 3 1 3 1 

PRINCIPALS 13 IJ 13 8 S 
ASST PP INCt TEACHING 

ASST PP.INC.NCNTEACHING 6 6 5 13 3 

eLEMEKTAPY TEACHERS \'<1 l''^ 11 136 75 7? 

SECG\CABY TFACHEPS 121 7 30 158 63 95 105 5C 

CTHEP TEACHERS 35 38 1 7't 1 « 60 A2 32 

CUIOANCE t 3 1 2 12 3 9 5 7 

PSYCHOLCGICAL 1 I 2 2 2 

LIBKARIAN.AUDICVISUAL lA 1 1? 15 8 7 

CCINSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 7 2 9 4 5 7? 

OTHER PROFESSICNAL 11 2 1111 

TEACHER AICES S* 4 13 111 1 110 43 tH 

TECHNICIANS 1 2 3 12 2 1 

CLERICAL, SECRETARIAL 31 1 2 37 1 36 31 S 

SERVICE WCRKERS 141 1*1 38 103 53 89 

SKILLEC CRAFTS 22 22 22 17 5 
LABORERS, UNSKILLED 

TOTAL 64* 47 21 32 756 182 574 4C7 346 



« VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES APE PAIC * f PPC X I^'A TELY 62.180CT FHC^ STATE, 
25.64PCT FRCf' LOCAL. AND 12.18PCT FRCK FEDERAL FLNOS. 



1962-63 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 

AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE ♦»•»•»•♦•• per pupil E< PENOI TURF 



LEA 


FLNAL 

ADK 




STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 




TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


pj trc 

C*: t 


;r 


VANCE COUNTY 


7,656 


























SALARIES 




7 


796,223 


1,237,195 


1,406,787 


10 


,440,205 


1018.32 


141.60 


183. » 5 


l,3t3.67 


6^* 


5 


E«»'LOruE BENEFITS 




1 


571,216 


284,573 


302,157 


2 


,157,946 


205.23 


37.17 


39.4 7 


281.87 


14 


4 


PU^LHAiEO SERVICES 






138,236 


28,881 


*96,544 




66J,b61 


18.06 


3.77 


64.86 


86.69 


4 


4 


SUPPLIES t MATERIALS 






489,921 


567,161 


467,225 


1 


,524,307 


63.99 


74.06 


61.03 


199.10 


10 


J 


CAPITAL CUILAY 






17,800 


25.739 


21,274 




64.8 13 


2.32 


3.36 


2. 7e 


8.46 




4 


UTHt,< C8JECTS 






5,384 


53 , 1 32 


103,748 




162,264 


.70 


6.94 


13.55 


21.19 


1 


1 


lOTAL 




10 


018,779 


2.196,682 


2,797,735 


15 


,013,197 


1308.62 


286.92 


365.44 


1,960.98 


100 





PERCENT CF TOTAL 






66.8 


14.6 


18.6 




100.0 















11-269 



WAKE 

Dr. Walter Marks, Supt. 

601 Devereux Street, P. 0. Box 28041 

Raleigh, N. C. 27611 

63 Elementary Schools 

13 Secondary Schools 

7 Combined Schools 

3rd Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



i<;e2-83 

FINAL 

ENROLL 

ADA 
HLO 
PRCM 
N-P 



I 



10 



11 



12 



3767 3651 3922 3877 3751 4C<55 <i649 '*93b ^^7 54 <i767 A635 3883 381C 

360^. 37C6 37S2 3738 2617 4CC2 A523 4773 4578 4548 4324 3668 3660 

3402 3532 3646 3595 3413 3842 4305 4501 4282 4246 4024 3426 34C5 

3628 3703 3822 3749 3627 4016 4535 4766 4550 4449 4184 3565 3598 

3454 3413 366() 3689 35£2 3988 4401 4512 4260 3670 3602 3278 3394 

174 29C 156 6C 45 28 134 254 290 779 582 287 2C4 



f.H 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


173 


714 


55584 


173 


767 


53474 


159 


710 


50549 


172 


795 


53159 


172 


774 


49855 




21 


3304 



1983-84 
FIRST MO 



12 TWH EXCP rrTAL 



E^!»OLL 3629 4010 3680 3876 3800 3670 4243 4787 49 29 5163 4414 397B 37C9 151 7 20 5475<5 
AD" 3586 3974 3645 2845 3771 3646 4225 4752 4879 5086 4360 3928 3676 148 716 54237 

ADA 3471 3863 3559 3752 3682 3559 4109 4585 4689 4874 4169 3767 3518 143 675 52415 



1962-63 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer School Graduates) 









HALE 




TOTAL 


AMERICAN 


BLACK 


FEMALE 
WHITE 


OTHBi* 


TOTAL 


NU-<B?R 


TCTAL 


A-IBICtN 


BLACK 


WHITE 


OTHER* 


PEPCE'i' 




INOIA\ 










INDIAN 

















































P'jLIC St. INS1 NC 





86 


"^SS 


11 


6 36 


1 


1 1 3 


56 6 


7 


68 r 


1 1?3 


3 8. 1 


P. '11 : '■^. nuT-$TATE 


3 


« 


3! 





35 





I 


1 fl 





19 


■^4 


; ,( 


T'T;,l 


c 


90 


5 70 


11 


671 


1 


114 


584 


7 


7 06 


I '7 7 


-■'I.I. 


P-MVATE SR. INtT NC 


c 


!<. 


65 





79 





11 


85 





96 


175 


5.0 


PMVATE SR. OUTSTATE 





6 


28 





34 





3 


26 


4 


33 


67 


1.9 


TCTAL 





20 


93 





113 





14 


in 


'• 


129 


242 


7.0 


C-'-'^ CCLL. TEC>- --'C 


1 


'•9 


194 





244 


1 


85 


19 1 


4 


281 


5? 5 


1-^. 1 


C.C. 'ECH OUT-STATE 


c 


1 


7 





8 








3 





3 


11 


O.J 


TtTAL 


I 


50 


201 





252 


1 


85 


194 


4 


284 


5? 6 


15.4 


?^ IVA'E J^. CCLL NC 


c 


10 


41 





51 





7 


73 





80 


131 


2.0 


PRIVATE JK. CUT5TATE 


c 


2 


5 





7 








6 





6 


13 


0.4 


t;.tal 


c 


12 


46 





58 





7 


79 





86 


144 


4.1 


trad:, busdess nc 





3 


14 





17 





35 


65 





100 


117 


3.4 


T A^E, eUil OUTSTATE 


c 


1 


5 





6 





7 


2 





9 


15 


0. 4 


T3TAL 


c 


* 


19 





23 





42 


67 





109 


132 


3.S 


y; L : 'ARY 


c 


S3 


69 


1 


163 





35 


10 





45 


20° 


6. 


tv^LOVEST 


1 


100 


195 


1 


297 





96 


201 


3 


300 


5T7 


17.2 


CHER'; «. 


c 


25 


77 





102 





58 


77 


2 


137 


239 


6.9 


3l,AND TC'AL •*• 


2 


39 4 


1270 


13 


1679 


2 


451 


1323 


20 


1796 


3475 


100.0 



INCLUDES HISPANICS, ALASKAN NATIVES, AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
MNCLU3LS ISFCRMATION NOT AVAILABLE, MARRIED, ETC. 



11-270 



28 


20 


8 


23 


5 


81 


53 


28 


62 


IS 


*9 


32 


17 


30 


19 


1188 


1^2 


11*6 


';2i 


261 


1616 


*60 


1156 


1270 


339 



Wake 

1963-84 Public School Personnel Summory 

(Full-time personnel only) 

ACTIVITY ASSIGNfENT SCURCE CF FLNCS SEX P4CE/ETHMC CSIGIN 

CLASSIFICATICK STATE FECERAL LCCAL VCCAT TOTAL HALE FEMALE WHITE BLACK OTt-E 

CFFICI^L,«CI'S.,^'GRS. 12 1 15 

PRINCIPALS 81 

ASST PRINCTEACHING 

ASST PRINCNONTEACHING 49 

CLE«<ENTARV TEACHERS 9<iO 75 173 

SECONDARY TEACHERS 1093 5* 253 21 

OTHER TEACHERS 

GUIOANCE t* 1 6 1 

PSYCHOLCGICAL 5 2 3 

LIBRARIAN, ALDICVISUAL ft 9 

CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 22 8 15 

OTHER PRCfGSSICNAL 25 31 9 

TEACHER AICES 566 31 I'iS 

TECHNICIANS 27 

CLER ICAL, SECRETARIAL SS 6 ICO 

SERVICE KCRKERS 15 e25 

SK ILLED CRAFTS 129 

LABORERS. UNSKILLED 26 26 26 . 17 9 

TOTAL 3077 218 1729 228 •i2'>2 1065 4187 3551 1674 24 

» VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES APE PATC i F FPCX IVA TEL Y 62.18"CT FRC STATE, 
2''.64PCT FRCf LOCAL. AND 1J.18PCT FRCf* FEDERAL FLNCS. 

1962-63 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 

AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE »»«••«•••» pgR pupil E<PEN01TURe 

FINAL 

LEA ADK STATE FEDERAL LOCAL TOTAL STATE FEDERAL 

<AKE COUNTY 53.474 

SALARIES 54.219,623 5,155.697 22,358,628 81,734,148 1013.94 96 . '■ 2 418.13 1,52 

EHPlOtEE SBNEFITS 10,651,282 1,082,003 4,449,060 16,182,345 199.19 20.23 83.20 

PURCHASED SERVICES 2,669,328 114,052 6,672,284 9,455,665 49.92 2.13 124.78 

SUP'LIES i HATERIALS 3,465,771 1.450,673 5,833,171 10,749,616 64.81 27.13 1C9.08 

CAPITAL OUTLAY 6,602 252,574 149,942 409,118 .12 4.72 2.80 

OTHER CSJECIS 9,005 55 208,269 217,330 .17 3.89 

TOTAL 71,021,612 8,055,055 39,671,5*4 118,748,221 1328.15 150.63 741.88 2,220.66 

PERCENT OF TOTAL 5 9.8 6.8 33.4 100.0 



11-271 



205 


4 


201 


175 


840 


226 


614 


222 


129 


129 




86 





!>EPC 


NT 


TOTAL 


CF I 


JTAL 


528. '.9 


68 


8 


302.62 


13 


6 


176.83 


8 


C 


201.02 


9 




7.64 




3 


4.06 




: 



WARREN 

Michael F. Williams, Supt. 

109 Cousin Lucy's Lane, P. 0. Box 110 

Warrenton, N. C. 27589 

8 Elementary Schools 
1 Secondary School 

3rd Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1S82-83 


































FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TKH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


ENROLL 


252 


216 


2*4 


235 


247 


232 


247 


312 


2 34 


369 


263 


264 


214 


9 


29 


3387 


AOH 


255 


<ll 


248 


231 


241 


226 


241 


302 


2 26 


353 


248 


251 


2C6 


9 


28 


3276 


ACA 


240 


200 


239 


22 2 


231 


219 


233 


283 


2 13 


310 


220 


225 


163 


9 


25 


3052 


MLD 


253 


209 


252 


232 


241 


226 


244 


301 


2 25 


350 


246 


248 


2C3 


9 


28 


3267 


PROW 


252 


200 


248 


22 9 


240 


225 


244 


290 


2 23 


260 


210 


196 


194 


9 


28 


3048 


N-P 


1 


S 


4 


3 


1 


1 




11 


2 


90 


36 


52 


S 






219 


1983-84 


































FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


T'"H 


■=XCP 


TC TaL 


ENROLL 


229 


268 


206 


2 54 


233 


239 


220 


254 


281 


311 


265 


256 


?C? 


9 


2"^ 


3? ■-.6 


ADM 


226 


267 


206 


249 


231 


235 


216 


249 


278 


302 


'56 


247 


IC-r 


8 


2° 


iV-b 


AD* 


213 


261 


200 


242 


224 


225 


211 


237 


257 


257 


225 


214 


nn 


8 


2 6 


2' 7e 



1962-63 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer School Graduates) 



AMTHICIN 
IMDIAK 



TOTAL AMERICAN BLAC< 
INDIAN 



TCAL 
HfBtR t"^-rENT 



PlV'lIC SK. INST Nl 

PMLi; S-'. (JUT-STATF 
ti lAL 

p!-:"ArE SB. INST NC 
F'UVi'-E SR. OUTSTATE 



C':-"< COLL, TEC' NC 

C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 



P- IVATE JR. COLL NC 
°-IVATE J^. nUTSTATE 
TJTAL 

TiJAOE, BUSINESS NC 
TRiDC, BU5I OUTSTATE 
TCTAL 



12.6 

3. 7 

16.3 

3.7 
O.Q 
3.7 



0=A'.D TCTAL 



INCLUDES HI SPANKS, ALASKAN NATIVES, AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
'INCLUDES INFORMATION NOT AVAILABLE, MARRIED, ETC. 



11-272 



Warren 

1963-64 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-tiine personnel only) 



ACTIVITY aSSIGN^ENT 




SCURCE 


CF FUNCS 




SFX 


PACE/ETHSIC CRIGIN 


CLASSIf ICATICK 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


ICCAL VCCAT 


TCIAL 


I'M E f EKALf 


WUTE RLACK OTHER 



CFFIC!Al,AC^S.,l'CRS. 2 1 3 2 

PRINCIPALS 9 .98 

ASST PRINC, TEACHING 

ASST PRINC.KCNTEACHING 2 2 2 

ELFME^TARY TEACHERS tC 13 73 6 

SECnNOARY TEACHERS 50 8 2 2C 80 31 

CTHER TEACHERS 20 * 2'V 6 

GUIDANCE 2 1 3 1 

PSYCHOLOGICAL 

LIBRARIAN, AUDIOVISUAL 6 8 

CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 3 1116 1 

CTHER PRCFESSICKAL 2 2 2 1 

TEACHER AIDES 37 37 37 9 28 

TECHNICIANS 1 I 

CLERICAL, SECRETARIAL 8 1 10 19 

SERVICE WCRKERS 28 37 65 23 

SKILLED CRAFTS 2 2 2 

LABORERS, LVSKILLED 

TOTAL 229 30 54 21 334 82 



2 




37 


9 


1 


1 


19 


11 


42 


11 




2 



• VOCATICKAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PA IC «f PRC » I^A TEL Y 62.18PCT FROH STATE, 
2S.64PC1 FRCH LOCAL, AND 12.18PC1 FRCf FEDERAL FLNCS. 



1962-63 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



LEA 

<AaRE»i COUNTY 
SALARIES 

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 
PUSCHASEO SERVICES 
SUPPLIES t MATERIALS 
CAPITAL OUTLAY 
OTHER 03JECTS 
IQIAL 
PERCENT CF TOTAL 





ANOUNTS EXPENDED 


BY SOURCE 






• «•*•**•»* PER 


PUPIL E< PENOITURE 




FINAL 


















PEPCf NT 


ADM 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


W TOTAL 


3,276 






















3>6T4, 706 


716>847 


450,025 


4,841,577 


1121.71 


218.82 


137.37 


1.477.90 


66.? 




727.804 


162.145 


95,187 


985,136 


222.16 


49.49 


29.06 


300.71 


13.4 




102,625 


57,763 


231,806 


392,194 


31.33 


17.63 


70.76 


119.72 


5.4 




305,077 


382.121 


262,481 


949,679 


93.12 


1 16.64 


80.12 


289.88 


I i.U 




5,266 


24,363 


30,778 


60,407 


1.61 


7.44 


9.39 


18.44 


. 8 




1,010 


40,491 


46,625 


88,126 


.31 


12.36 


14.23 


26.90 


1.2 




4,816,489 1 


,383,730 


1.116, 900 


7,317,119 


14 70.24 


4??.38 


340.93 


2,233.55 


ICO. 




6S.8 


18-9 


15.3 


100.0 













11-273 



WASHINGTON 

Robert J. Alligood, Supt. 
County Courthouse, Box 747 
Plymouth, N. C. 27962 

5 Elementary Schools 
1 Secondary School 
1 Combined School 

1st Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1982-83 
FINAL 



11 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



ENROLL 

AC 

ACA 

MLD 

PRCM 

N-P 



225 
215 



16 



227 
21S 



203 21C 



213 
2C9 
2C1 



207 2C6 
201 2C0 



256 247 
250 243 



280 2 34 
280 229 



288 284 246 247 
274 279 238 241 



194 1^5 241 234 264 2 16 255 262 219 224 



217 218 2C7 201 2C1 252 239 283 226 266 277 233 240 
201 203 ISJB 196 168 236 226 242 215 241 257 230 236 



15 



1; 



16 



13 



41 



U 



25 



20 



16 5 

16 5 

15 5 

16 5 



3181 
3099 
2938 
3081 
2881 
200 



1983-84 
FIRST MC 



ENROLL 224 

AOy 225 

ADA 21« 



217 213 204 212 
217 210 202 211 
212 206 198 207 



200 


247 


260 


258 


239 


253 


249 


245 


14 


■= 


?.c-.n 


200 


245 


259 


257 


234 


250 


248 


7 40 


14 


«; 


30 17 


197 


238 


25 2 


245 


22 6 


236 


2?9 


22" 


14 


5 


2'.'3 



i 962-63 High School Groduote Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer School Graduates) 



AMERICAN BLACK 
INDIAN 



TOTAL AMERICAN BLACK 
INDIAN 



TOTAL 
M11M9FR nrpcE'ir 



PJfLIC S"-;. INST HC 

nvrlLIC 5^. 3UT-STATE 
TL liL 

P.- IVATE SP. INST NC 
P-JVA^E SK. OUTSTATE 



COLL. TECH NC 
TECH CJT-STATE 



0.0 
2.1 
2.1 

25.7 

CO 

PS. 7 



PSWATE JH.. CCLL NC 
P'.IVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
T:T4L 

T^-APE, BUSINESS NC 
T'-lOE, BUSI OUTSTATE 
TCTAL 

MILITARY 

E^l'l CVMEM 

CIMCRS »• 

G'-^ANO TOTAL ••» 



0. 


4 


5 


A 


10 





I 7 


e 


7 


1 


'rO 


A 



r.CLUC'ES HISPANICS. ALASKAN NATIVES, AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
INCLUDES INFCRM4TI0N NOT AVAILABLE, MARRIED, ETC. 



11-274 



Washington County 

196a-64 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-tinrie personnel only) 

4CTIVITY /iSSIGNf-ENT SCURCE CF FLNCS SEX «*CE/EThnIC CPIGIH 

CLASSIf ICATJCK STATE FECERAL LCCAL VCCAT TOTAL "ALE FE'ALE hUTE BLACK OTHER 



CFFICIAL.ACfS.,t'GRS. 2 1 <, 

PRINCIPALS 7 T 
ASST P>< INC, TEACHING 

A5ST PPINC.NCNTEACHING 2 2 

ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 73 1 74 

SECONDARY TEACHERS 26 I 3 7 37 

CTHER TEACHERS 25 15 3 10 53 

GUIDANCE 4 ^ 
PSYCHQLCGICAL 

LIBRARIAN, ALOIOVISUAL 7 18 

CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 2 13 

CTHER PROFESSICNAL 2 2 

TEACHER AIDES 35 2 3 40 

TECHNICIANS 1 I 

CLERICAL, SECRETARIAL 8 2 7 17 

SERVICE HCRKERS 15 15 30 

SKILLED CRAFTS * 8 12 
LABORERS, UNSKILLED 

TOTAL 213 77 41 Ifl 7T4 



36 


17 


I 


1 


17 


12 



• VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID A FPRCX I^A TELY 62.1BPCT FRCf" STATE, 
25.6APCT FRC^| LOCAL, AND 12.18PCT FRC^' FECERAL FLNOS. 



1962-60 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



LEA 

WASHINGTON COUNTY 
SALARIES 

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 
PJRCHASED SERVICES 
SUPPLIES S MATERIALS 
CAPITAL OUTLAY 
OTHER OBJECTS 
TOTAL 
PERCENT OF TOTAL 





AMOUNTS EXPENDED 


BY SOURCE 








****••**** PER 


PUPIL EXPENDITURE 


......<> 


FINAL 




















PrRCbNT 


AOK 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 




TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


Qt T^rAL 


3.0S9 
























3.326,674 


623,784 


921.346 


4 


,471,805 


10 73.4 7 


201.29 


lt8.23 


1.447.99 


69.8 




653,389 


100.157 


134,656 




888.202 


210.84 


32.32 


43.45 


2 66.61 


13.9 




81,520 


24,862 


138,663 




245.045 


26.31 


8.02 


44. 74 


79.0/ 


3.8 




236,636 


279,802 


231,549 




747,987 


76.36 


90.29 


74.72 


241.37 


n.T 




2,402 


38,926 


7,787 




49,1 14 


.78 


12.56 


2.51 


15.85 


.8 




400 


563 


2,238 




3,201 


.13 


.18 


.72 


1.03 






4,301,021 1 


,068,094 


1,036.238 


6 


,405.353 


1387.89 


344.66 


334.37 


2,0hib.92 


lOC.O 




67.1 


16.7 


16.2 




100.0 













11-275 



WATAUGA 

Dr. Lester J. Propst, Supt. 
Highway 194, Box 1790 
Boone, N. C. 28607 

8 Elementary Schools 
1 Secondary School 

"rh EduL..i.ion District 




Pupil Accounting 



isez-SB 


































FINAL 


K 


1 


7 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TWH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


ENPOLL 


360 


353 


316 


378 


359 


374 


398 


425 


4 16 


412 


406 


354 


291 


29 


7 


4878 


AOM 
ADA 


339 


343 


3C4 


36 7 


352 


362 


385 


413 


4C5 


384 


372 


315 


281 


25 


8 


4655 


304 


318 


284 


344 


331 


343 


360 


390 


3 75 


340 


3 39 


283 


255 


22 


8 


4296 


MLD 


335 


344 


3C3 


366 


352 


365 


381 


407 


402 


369 


3 56 


292 


282 


25 


10 


4589 


PftCH 


325 


328 


2e<; 


357 


351 


364 


380 


404 


401 


310 


344 


268 


275 


I 


10 


4407 


N-P 


10 


16 


14 


S 


1 


1 


1 


3 


1 


59 


12 


24 


7 


24 




182 


1982-84 


































t FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 



ENFOLL 328 356 350 3 11 350 350 369 385 407 45 7 336 574 279 
AD'1 327 352 346 308 350 350 367 384 405 454 333 372 27^ 

ADA 313 340 333 298 336 335 354 371 392 426 318 353 261 



27 


8 


4^P7 


27 


a 


46SB 


25 


8 


4463 



1962-63 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer Schooi Graduatee) 



AMERICAN BLACK 

INDIAN 



TOTAL AMERICAN BLACK 
INDIAN 



P "il ir ".'i. IN'iT NC 

PJJLIC S.<. O'JT-STATE 
T. TAL 

PRIVATE 5«. INST NC 
?^I tfilE 5R. OUTSTATE 



:OLL, TrCH 'K 

TECh OUT-STATE 



PRf/A'E JR. CCLL NC 
P= IVATE Jf>. CUTSTATE 
IDTAL 

Ti^ACE, BUSINESS NC 
T=.1DE, BUSI OUTSTATE 
TCTAL 

■MILITARY 

E. •■•PL CYME NT 



13.3 
CO 



i.? 

0.0 

1.? 

0.7 

2.2 



17.6 



^liA^S TUTAL 



• INCLUDES HISPANICSi ALASKAN NATIVESi AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
"INCLUDES INFCPMATICN NOT AVAILABLE, MARRIEDf ETC. 



11-276 



Watauga 



1983-64 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASS^N.^ENT 



SCURCE CF FL^CS 



PACE/ETHNIC CIGIN 



•CLASSIFICAIICN 



STATE fECERAL tCCAL 



FEfALE V.HTE 



CFFICIAL. Ant's. .fCRS. 
PRINCIPALS 
ASST PBINC, TEACHING 
A5ST PR1\C,NCMEACHING 
ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 
SECHNOARY TEACHERS 
CTHEH TEACHERS 
GUIOANCE 
PSYCHOLCGICAL 
LIBRARIAN.AL'DICVISUAL 
CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 
CTHER PRCFESSICNAL 
TEACHER AICES 
TCC'INICIANS 
CLERICAL, SECRETARIAL 
SERVICE WORKERS 
SKILLED CaaFTS 
LABORERS. UNSKILLED 
TOTAL 



2 
52 



2 


1 


<) 


lOfl 


5 


«2 


<> 


«2 



* VOCATICNAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID A FPFOX IKATELY 62.18PCT FRCx STATE, 
25.6'.PCT FRCf LOCAL, ANC 12.18PC1 FRCM FECERAL FUNDS. 



1962-03 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE 



• *•••••••* PER PLPIL EXPENDITURE ••«.«•»» 





FINAL 


















LEA 


AOK 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


WATAUGA COUNTY 


^.655 


















SAL4RUS 




S,130.A13 


477,391 


987,716 


6,595.521 


1102.13 


102.55 


212.18 


1.416.86 


EMPLCYte BENEFITS 




1,003.49^ 


98.761 


214.485 


1,316.740 


215.57 


^1.22 


46.06 


282.87 


PURCHASED SERVICES 




56 , 82 5 


14,306 


307,123 


378,254 


12.21 


3.07 


65.98 


81.26 


SUPPLIES C MATERIALS 




379,265 


234,7 73 


395,859 


1,009,897 


81.47 


50.43 


e5.04 


216-94 


CAPITAL OUTLAY 




6,106 


5,069 


4,020 


15,195 


1.31 


1.09 


.86 


3.26 


OTmER OBJECTS 




556 


12,060 


39.331 


51,946 


.12 


2.59 


8.45 


;i.i6 


TOTAL 




6,576,660 


842,359 


1,948,534 


9,367,554 


1412-81 


180.95 


418-59 


2,012.35 


PERCENT OF TOTAL 




70.2 


9.0 


20.8 


100. 











11-277 



WAYNE 

Dr. John K. Wooten, Supt. 
301 N. Herman St., Box GG 
Goldsboro, N. C. 27530 

10 Elementary Schools 
3 Secondary Schools 
8 Combined Schools 

2nd Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1982-83 




















FIN4L 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


ENROLL 


1078 


1CS7 


1C8C 


1016 


1067 


1C70 


1161 


1137 


10 74 


4CM 


1011 


1C19 


102C 


96 9 


1C25 


1CC5 


1114 


1091 


1020 


AD* 


94 5 


«65 


972 


924 


S£5 


964 


1065 


1037 


962 


MLD 


994 


1C07 


996 


964 


1C22 


969 


1103 


1C79 


1011 


PROM 


939 


S15 


9 51 


937 


1C14 


984 


1091 


1010 


969 


N-P 


55 


92 


45 


27 


8 


5 


12 


69 


42 


1983-84 




















FIRST yo 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 



990 1024 
92 3 9 56 



984 

897 

87 



995 
884 
111 



11 

912 
874 
805 
856 
804 
52 



12 THH EXCP TOTAL 



991 
9tl 
897 
9=4 
911 
43 



34 
35 
31 
35 
32 
3 



169 
175 
KO 
172 
159 
13 



14037 
13333 
12591 
13161 
12497 
664 



ENRCLL 998 1101 

ADK 987 1090 

ADA 951 1051 



993 1002 955 1045 1012 1166 1059 102 2 niS 
979 997 955 1035 1009 1157 1054 1014 1003 
953 971 931 1008 980 1120 1012 96fc 9'^S 



913 


Pl^ 


29 


\t? 


IT "^4 


Q07 


«11 


2« 


1M-' 


l^,.^ 


Stl 


If. I 


21 


15? 


l?7?t 



-1962-63 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer School Graduates) 









IMEOlCtN 
INOIAV 


5R. 


INS 

CUT 


1 NC 
-STATE 







TOTAL AHFRICAN niACK 
INDIAN 



TOTAL 

NU'^ECR ^rl'C^•lT 



PRIVATE i=. !';ST NC 
FrivAVE Sri. OUTSTATE 
TC'AL 

c:-i COLL, TECh NC 

C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 



P- IVATE JR . COLL NC 
PPIVATE JR. O'JTSTATE 
ICTiL 



T' 
I' 

T 


A?e, BUSI 
iDE, Bust 
TAL 


iESS NC 
OJTSTATE 


c 
c 

c 


V 


LITARV 







E- 


?LOV-ENT 




c 


C 


(F^s t. 




c 


:.- 


A-O TOTAL 


... 


c 



122 


122 



13 


1.4 


'>'-, 


5. e 


253 


27.3 


3 


0.3 


256 


27. J, 


11 


1.2 


1 


0.1 


12 


1.3 


\f> 


1.7 


b 


0.6 


zz 


2.4 


113 


12.2 


177 


19.1 


121 


13.0 


028 


100.0 



INCLUDES HISPANICS, ALASKAN NATIVES, AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
'INCLUDES INFORMATION NOT AVAILABLE, MARRIED, ETC- 



11-278 



Wayne 

19d3-d4 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACnviiy «SSlGNfENT 




SCURCE 


tf FLNCS 




SEX 


FACE/ETHNIC CRIGIN 


CLASStF ICATICS 


STATE 


FECERAl 


ICC4L VCC4T 


TOTAL 


MALE FEVALE 


WHTF BLACK. OTHER 





13 




2(>3 


'>3 


287 


10 


107 


2 


lb 



2 


17 


2 


3 


S 


'i 


259 


20', 


1B5 


233 


82 


62 


1? 


12 



CFFICIAL,ACVS.,VGRS. 5 1 

PRINCIPALS 21 

iSST PPINC, TEACHING <, 

ASST PRINC,KO\TEACHING 1? 

ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 25i 5 6 

SECONDAHY TEACHERS 21<; 8 17 

CTHER TEACHERS 68 24 5 

GUIDANCE 1^ 

PSYCHCLCGiCAL 12 3 2 13 

LIBRARIAN, AUDICVISUAL 20 1 21 1 20 15 6 

CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 'i 1 4 2 11 7 * 10 ! 

CTHER PRCFESSICNAL 111 3123 

TEACHER AICES 142 27 10 199 1 198 110 59 

TECHNICIANS 2 13 6 <. 2 5 1 

CLERICAL, SECRETARIAL 35 Z !<, 1 52 1 51 37 15 

SERVICE WORKERS A5 1C8 153 28 125 7P 75 

SKlLLFf^ CRAFTS 13 1<, 27 27 21 6 

LABORERS, UNSKILLED 2 17 19 19 n e 

_ TOTAL eel 72 2C0 58 12U 260 951 88? 328 I 

* VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID * FPPOX IRATELY 62.13I>CT FRC* SIATE, 

25.6<.PCT FRCf' LOCAL, ANC 12.18PCT FRCI- FCCERAL FLKCS. 

1982-63 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 

AMOUNTS EXPENDED BT SCURCE »»•»♦•»«•» pgt PUPIL EKPENOITURE 



LEA 


FINAL 

AD>< 




STATE 


FEDERAL 




LOCAL 




TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


PE1CEST 
CF lO'A 


kYNE COUNTY 


13.333 


























SAURIES 




13 


796,008 


1.637,917 


2 


,500.762 


17 


,934,687 


1034.73 


122.85 


187.56 


1,345.14 


68.8 


tMnOlrfE BENEFITS 




2 


.719,126 


360,680 




505.783 


3 


,585.588 


203.94 


27.05 


37.93 


268.92 


13.8 


PURCHASED SERVICES 






135,894 


27.050 


I 


221.915 


1 


3 84,8 59 


10.19 


2.03 


91.65 


103.87 


5.3 


SUPPLIES & MATERIALS 




1 


050.414 


645,988 


1 


,229,356 


2 


925,759 


78.78 


48.45 


92.20 


219.43 


1 -.2 


CAPITAL OUTLAY 






23,935 


42,914 




70,914 




137,763 


1.80 


3.22 


5.32 


10.34 


.5 


OTr-ER OBJECTS 






365 


8.2 76 




84,046 




92,637 


.03 


-62 


6.30 


6.95 


.4 


TOTAL 




17 


725,743 


2,722,825 


5 


612,776 


26 


061,343 


1329.47 


204.22 


420.96 


1,954.65 


ICO.O 


ERCENT OF TOTAL 






68.1 


10.4 




21.5 




100.0 













11-279 



GoldsboFO 

Kenneth H. Brinson, Supt. 
2001 Royal Ave., Drawer 1797 
Goldsboro, N. C. 27533 

5 Elementary Schools 
1 Secondary Schools 
1 Combined School 

2nd Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1982-83 


































FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


THH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


FNRCLL 


403 


«1C 


392 


382 


3E5 


417 


370 


432 


3 35 


437 


405 


375 


314 


39 


63 


5159 


4CM 


39 1 


39 8 


381 


367 


3E2 


415 


360 


423 


319 


39 6 


3 86 


356 


319 


36 


52 


4961 


ADA 


365 


376 


364 


352 


369 


398 


340 


399 


298 


349 


3 54 


324 


295 


34 


45 


4663 


MLC 


393 


402 


381 


37C 


3£5 


42C 


361 


423 


315 


374 


383 


350 


3C3 


35 


58 


4953 


PROM 


368 


354 


35Q 


34 5 


374 


4C8 


352 


406 


308 


276 


2 66 


287 


282 


35 


58 


4469 


N-P 


25 


48 


31 


25 


11 


12 


9 


17 


7 


98 


117 


63 


21 






484 


1983-84 


































FIRJT MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


T'J^H 


EXCP 


TOTAL 



ENROLL 384 
ADK 372 

ADA 356 



428 


389 


358 


3 57 


372 


410 


375 


424 


379 


328 


357 


33? 


33 


5« 


4<3R4 


419 


378 


353 


348 


362 


4 02 


371 


410 


35 8 


323 


347 


325 


31 


55 


4851 


404 


369 


344 


339 


351 


391 


355 


3 89 


33 


302 


327 


311 


30 


51 


4649 



1962-60 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer School Graduetee) 



AME?<IC«N BLACK 
INDIAK 



Pi-.iVATE SR. INST NC 
PSIVATE SR. OUTSTATE 
T?TAL 

c:m<< ccjll, tech -jc 
c.:. TECH cjt-state 



PRIVATE jn. CCLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. CUTSTATE 
TCTiL 

TCAPE, 8U<;INESS NC 
T^AOe, BUSI OUTSTATE 
T'JTAL 



v;i IT4RY 

f^PLCvHENT 



TOTAL AMERICAN BLACH 
INDIAN 





TCTAL 




NU"BER 


' 


f=C-.T 


117 




->, -• 


H. 




?.' 


ll'i 




1". n 


P 




3.1 


5 




1.7 


14 




<..? 


^3 

1 




0." 


S'. 




ie.3 


1 




1.4 

0.3 


5 




1.7 



17.3 
10.2 



SRAS? TOTAL 



INCLUDES HISPANICS, ALASKAN NATIVES, AND ASJAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
'INCLJOES INFCRMATICN NOT AVAILABLEt MARRIED, ETC. 



11-280 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNfENT 



Gol dsbOTO 



1963-64 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



SCURCE CF FLNCS 



PACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 



CLASSIFICATICN 



STATE FECERAL ICCAL 



FEf'ALE WUTE 



CFFICIAL,eC>'S.t»'CRS. 
PRINCIPALS 
ASST PRINCTEACHING 
ASST PRINC.NCNTEACHING 
ELE««FNTAHV TFACKERS 
SECONDARY TEACHERS 
CTHER TEACHERS 
GUIDANCE 
PSYCHOLCGICAL 
LIBRARIAN.AUDICVISUAL 
CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 
CTHER PSCFESSICN«L 
TEACHER AIDES 
TECHNICIANS 
CLERICAL, SECRETARIAL 
SERVICE WCRKERS 
SKILLED CRAFTS 
LABORERS, UNSKILLED 
TCTAL 



12S 

to 

I* 
7 



3 

1*« 



» VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID # f OPO X IHATELY 62.18PCT FROM STATE, 
25.6'.PCT FRCP* LOCAL, AND IZ.IPPCT FRCV FEDERAL FLNDS. 



1962-63 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE 



»•*•••*••• PER PUPIL E'PENOITUPE 



LEA 


FIWAL 
ADf 




STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 




TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


PERCE N 
CF TOT 


CLOSPIORO CITY 


*,98l 
























SALARIES 




5 


456. 6eS 


1.084.980 


1,189,099 


7 


730,763 


1095.50 


217. «2 


238.73 


1,552.05 


69.7 


£?iPlOY£E BENEFITS 




1 


069. 421 


236,561 


256,787 


1 


,562,7 ro 


214.70 


47.49 


51.55 


313.74 


l^.O 


PURCHASED SERVICES 






71,9*9 


68,034 


422.080 




562.053 


14.44 


13. h6 


64.74 


112.84 


5.1 


SUPPLIES t MATERIALS 






285,^07 


373,982 


445,110 


1 


,104,499 


57.30 


75.08 


89.36 


221.74 


lO.O 


CAPI lAL OUTLAY 






4,319 


25,186 


11,901 




41,406 


.87 


5.06 


2.39 


9.32 


.4 


OTHCR OBJECTS 






1,61S 


39,017 


52.779 




93,411 


.32 


7.83 


10.50 


I<l.75 


• e 


TOTAL 




6 


889,396 


1.827.761 


2,377,755 


11 


,0 94,912 


1383.13 


366.94 


47^.37 


2,227.44 


100. 


PERCtNT CF TOTAL 






62.1 


16.5 


21.4 




100.0 













11-281 



WILKES 

Marsh D. Lyall, Supt. 
201 W. Main Street 
Wilkesboro, N. C. 28697 

16 Elementary Schools 
5 Secondary Schools 
1 Combined School 

7th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1S82-83 
F INAL 



11 



12 THH EXCP TOTAL 



ENRCLL 830 793 863 



eiC S'i? 10C4 1017 938 988 875 756 7CA 



11504 



AOM 

ADA 

MLO 

PRCH 

N-P 



1983-84 
FIRST MO 



817 78S 836 873 e!9 S34 993 999 926 939 834 721 6t4 

754 742 79C 829 820 889 948 941 863 866 770 682 622 

813 797 836 871 856 932 997 992 925 904 802 699 637 

787 752 8C0 839 852 926 996 985 915 765 707 673 628 



26 45 



1 



36 



32 



10 139 



95 



10 



26 



11 



F\BOLL 793 849 791 836 840 872 933 1004 996 1040 827 72 9 720 

AOV 791 852 787 8 38 841 873 928 1002 993 1030 825 727 719 

A9i 763 828 764 8 14 817 844 903 971 954 977 792 70 1 693 



30 


6 


11220 


28 


5 


10550 


30 


4 


11095 


30 


4 


10659 
436 


y 


cycP 


TCT6L 


27 


5 


11?'.2 


?f. 


4 


11?36 


26 


4 


10851 



1982-63 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer School Graduatee) 



Indian: 



TOTAL AMERICAN BLAC< 
INDIAN 



TOTAL 

Pf '^CF'IT 



Pl'.LlC S'; . INST NC 

P.l-<LIC 53. OUT-STATf 
Tl-TAL 

'^ IVATE SR. I NST NC 
PRIVATE SR. CUTSTATE 
TCT4L 



13. b 
I'.-l 



CC"<i :OLL. TECH MC 
C.C. ■'ECH OUT-<iTATE 
TTTftL 



129 



129 



138 



138 



^li 



214 



31. 7 

0.0 

31.7 



PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
P'lVATF JR. OUTSTATE 



1.2 

0. I 
1.3 



t;ids, business nc 

T.iiJE, BUSI OUTSTATE 
TrTAl 

Ml LI I.-.HY 

c vpLPvMENT 

OTHlRS •« 

GRA'i? TCTAL •»• 



1. " 

?.. 1 

3.fl 

3 6.5 



INCLUDES HISPANICS, ALASKAN NATIVES. AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
"INCLUDES INFCRMATICM NOT AVAILABLE, MARRIED, FTC. 



11-282 



Wi 1 kes 



1963-d4 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT SCURCE CF FUNDS SEX PACE/ETHNIC CRIGIN 



CLASSIFICATICN STATE FECERAL ICCAL VCCAT TCTAL VALE FEPALE WUTE 



CFFICIAL.AOfS-.f'GRS. 


7 


PRINCIPALS 


22 


ASSr PRINC, TEACHING 


3 


ASST PRINC, NCNTEACHING 


7 


ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 


262 


SECONDARY TEACHERS 


83 


OTHER TEACHERS 


89 


GUIDANCE 


11 


PSVCnrLCGICAL 


t 


L I pp. AR I AN. AUDIOVISUAL 


\<i 


CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 


e 


CTHER PRCFESSICNAL 


7 


TEACHER AIDES 


lae 


TECHNICIANS 


1 


CLERICAL, SECRETARIAL 


23 


SERVICE WORKERS 


142 


SKILLED CRAFTS 


4 


LABORERS, UNSKILLED 




TOTAL 


83C 



2 


10 


6 


4 


9 


1 






22 


21 


1 


20 


2 






3 


2 


1 


3 








7 


5 


2 


7 








273 


43 


230 


264 


8 


1 




88 


29 


59 


81 


6 


1 


*5 


179 


72 


107 


172 


7 




2 


14 


5 


9 


13 


1 






21 


1 


20 


19 


1 


I 




8 


1 


7 


8 








10 


2 


8 


10 








145 


3 


142 


138 


7 






4 


3 


1 


4 






1 


42 


I 


41 


41 


1 






158 


33 


125 


144 


14 






?<» 


29 




27 


2 





* VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID A FPPC > IKATELY 62.19PCT FROM STATE, 
25.64PCT FRCK LOCAL, AND 12.18PCT FRO* FECERAL FUNDS. 



1962-63 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 







AHOUNTS cXPENOEO BY SOURCE 








• »•••••••• PER 


PUPIL E< PENOI TURE 




LEA 


FINAL 

AOM 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 




TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


PERCENT 

OF TCTAL 


HILKES COUNTY 


11,220 






















SALARIES 




12,118.363 


1.329,742 


1,601.166 


15 


0*9,271 


10B0.07 


118.52 


142.71 


1,341.30 


71.2 


tHPLO*it BENtflTS 




2,285,883 


274.624 


502,916 


3 


063,423 


203.73 


24.48 


44.8 2 


273.03 


14.5 


PURCHASED SERVICES 




228.538 


48,321 


445,354 




722,213 


20.37 


4.31 


39.69 


64.3 7 


3.4 


.-.UP^i-IES C MATERIALS 




736,380 


536,126 


886,571 


2 


159,077 


65.6 3 


47.78 


79.02 


192.43 


10.2 


CAPITAL OUTLAY 




41,570 


23,174 


69,312 




134,056 


3.71 


2.07 


6.18 


11.96 


.6 


OTrttR OBJECTS 




6,384 


1,319 


12,344 




20.047 


.57 


.12 


I. 10 


1.79 


.1 


TOTAL 




15.417,119 


2.213.304 


3,517.663 


21 


.146.087 


1374.08 


197.28 


313.52 


1,884.88 


100.9 


PERCENT OF TOTAL 




72.9 


10.5 


16.6 




103.0 













11-283 



WILSON 

W. 0. Fields, Supt. 
117 N. Tarboro St. 
Wilson, N. C. 27893 

19 Elementary Schools 
3 Secondary Schools 

3rd Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



isez- 


83 












FINAL 


K 


I 


2 


3 


^ 


ENROLL 


949 


S52 


926 


90C 


1CC6 


ADM 




912 


91S 


8S6 


888 


S77 


AOA 




854 


868 


655 


853 


938 


MLD 




911 


913 


8S5 


890 


975 


PROW 




869 


813 


868 


671 


SA8 


N-P 




42 


IOC 


27 


19 


27 


1983- 


8^ 












FIRST 


MC 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 



583 1046 1064 1031 1139 1012 

944 996 lOll 966 1047 942 

974 1C47 1066 1030 1106 984 

956 989 1027 1003 918 855 

18 58 39 27 188 129 



11 



89 9 
839 
885 
845 
40 



12 TWH EXCP TOTAL 



853 
798 
844 
810 
34 



59 
53 
60 
46 
14 



120 
HI 
135 
119 
16 



12798 
12075 
12715 
H937 
778 



1? I MH GXCP TCIAL 



ENROLL 968 1002 
AOy 955 988 

ADA 921 959 



850 


889 


920 


844 


883 


912 


826 


8 59 


894 



974 1019 1042 1074 1186 1037 
966 1007 1030 1064 1166 1009 
945 978 994 1015 1130 9 52 



87<3 


H<.'^ 


65 


137 


12^41 


864 


ep.v 


64 


1^-^ 


12774 


818 


fl46 


61 


126 


12 2<;<4 



1962-63 High School Groducte Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer School Graduatas) 



AMERICAN 
I NO I AV 



KALE 
WHITE 



TOTAL AMERICAN 
INDIAN 



FEMALE 

WHITE OTHER' 



F-IvATE Sk. 
PRIVATE SR. 
I . T A L 



INST NC 
OUISTATE 



CZ-"^ COLL, TECH NC 

C. C. TECH CUT-STATE 
T C T A L 

?:<IVATE JR. CCLL NC 
P'TVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TCTiL 



t;; • 



BUSr.ESS NC 

eusi cutstate 



TCTAL 
-^I LITARV 
F ■^L3YMF\T 
OTHERS •• 

C^A'O TCTAL 



31 


73 


6. 7 


5 


6 


0. 7 


3 6 


79 


9.4 


123 


177 


21.2 


1 


3 


0.4 


124 


IBO 


21.5 


12 


21 


2."; 


1 


? 


0.? 


13 


" 


2." 


16 


20 


2.4 





2 


0.2 


16 


22 


2.6 


19 


118 


14.1 


73 


167 


20.0 


46 


73 


8.7 


42C 


836 


100.0 



• INCLUDES HISPANICS. ALASKAN NATIVES. AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
•'INCLUDES INFORMATION NOT AVAILABLE, MARRIED, ETC. 



II-2i 



1963-64 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



*CT!VIT¥ ASSIGNMENT 



CLASSIFICAIICN 



SCURCE CF FL'NCS 



Wi 1 son 



RACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 



STATE FECERAl ICCAL VCCAT TOTAL HALE FEMALE WUTE BLACK OTHER 



CFFIClAL.ACNS-.t'CRS. 
PRINCIPALS 
ASST PRINC, TEACHING 
ASST PRINC.NONTEACMING 
ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 
SECONDARY TEACHERS 
OTHER TEACHERS 
GUIDANCE 
PSYCHOLOGICAL 
LIBRARIAN.AUDICVISUAL 
CONSULT ANT, SUPER VISOR 
CTHER PROFESSICNAL 
TEACHER AIDES 
TECHNICIANS 
CLERICAL, SECRETARIAL 
SERVICE ViCRKERS 
SKILcED CRAFTS 
LABORERS, UNSKILLED 
TOTAL 



S 

22 

1 

11 

2S7 

123 

SO 

15 



2C 




1 


5 


5 


4 


1 


1 


2 


Id'i 


79 


3« 


5 




17 


22 




20 


(5 




f8 


12 




21 



11 


9 


2 


10 




22 


19 


3 


15 




1 


1 




1 




11 


10 


1 


5 




350 


22 


328 


253 


S7 


133 


43 


90 


100 


33 


163 


45 


118 


132 


30 


15 


1 


14 


10 




4 


1 


3 


3 




21 




21 


14 




14 


3 


11 


13 




4 


2 


2 


1 




277 


3 


274 


155 


123 


22 




22 


17 


5 


52 




52 


44 


9 


183 


55 


128 


54 


129 



» VOCATICNAl TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID A FPPCX IPATELY 62.19PCT FROM STATE, 
25.64PCT FRCM LOCAL, AND 12.18PCT FRCf FECERAL FLNOS. 



1 962-63 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE 



• «•••••*•• PFjt PUPIL EXPENDITURE ♦••••*«• 



LEA 


FINAL 
ADM 




STATE 


FEDERAL 




LOCAL 




TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


Of TOT/ 


WILSON COUNTY 


U.7S8 


























SALARIES 




13, 


396,082 


1.843,305 


2 


740.961 


17 


980.3*7 


10*6.73 


1*4.03 


214.17 


1,*0*.93 


69.* 


EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 




2 


625.668 


♦ 28.770 




646.135 


3 


,700,773 


205.18 


33.50 


50.49 


289.17 


I*. 2 


PURCHASED SERVICES 






!'.<>. 86$ 


80.537 




654,550 




879,951 


11.32 


6.29 


51.1* 


68.75 


3.* 


SUPPLIES t MATERIALS 






882.858 


918.962 


1 


,210.670 


3 


.0 12.509 


68.98 


71.81 


9*. 60 


235.39 


11.6 


CAPITAL OUTLAY 






9,398 


137.227 




29.198 




175,823 


.73 


10.72 


2.26 


13.73 


.7 


OTHER OBJECTS 






501 


42,317 




130.997 




173,815 


.04 


3.31 


10.2* 


13.59 


.7 


TOTAL 




17 


.059,571 


3,451,138 


5 


,412.510 


25 


,923,219 


1332.98 


269.66 


422.92 


2,025.56 


100. U 


'ERCENT OF TOTAL 






65.8 


13.3 




20.9 




100.0 













11-285 



YADKIN 

Paul E. Welbom, Supt. 
Main Street, Box 98 
Yadkinville, N. C. 27055 

8 Elementary Schools 
2 Secondary Schools 
1 Combined School 

7th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1<582 


-83 














FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


*, 


5 


ENROLL 


335 


361 


389 


37^1 


371 


',!', 


ACf 




SZ'V 


Z^tl 


383 


372 


3<2 


A07 


AOA 




303 


22S 


349 


358 


348 


390 


MLD 




327 


3^3 


382 


375 


365 


'•O^ 


PRCM 




SZt, 


321 


376 


366 


365 


«04 


N-P 




3 


22 


6 


9 






l<ie?- 


eA 














F I=<ST 


MC 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


i> 



11 



8 



20 



27 



10 



18 



11 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



4<.l Ae'f 419 491 468 385 397 

432 463 411 469 448 359 392 

416 444 393 443 413 330 

434 462 407 462 435 346 

434 461 407 442 408 328 



358 

394 

316 

18 



26 
26 
22 
26 
15 
11 



12 
14 
12 
14 
12 
2 



5347 
5209 
4928 
5176 
5039 
137 



12 TN-H fxCP TLTAL 



ENROLL 319 355 ?34 380 363 370 408 437 463 421 ^.62 429 33^ ?." 11 5 1V 

fiG>' 317 353 335 360 360 366 407 434 457 417 45? 42^ ?3? ? ^■ 11 ^OT: 

ACe ^Cf 342 321 369 3 50 356 392 42 1 443 39 7 A27 402 316 ?i 10 6i-7' 



1 962-63 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer School Graduates) 



AMERICAN 
INDIAN 



TOTAL AMERICAN 
INDIAN 



r OTAL 

filMBFR PfPCE' 



"Lie <;P. INST NC 

TJ a :C SK. OUT-STATE 
'TCTAL 

d;h/ate so. INST NC 
'■JIVATE SR. CUTSTATE 
TC-AL 

'•1 CCLL. TECH NC 

:. TECH CUT-STATE 
IJTAL 

: IVATE JR. CCLL NC 
■IVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
rc TAL 

r: ADE, BUSINESS NC 
rPADE, et'SI OUTSTATE 
fCTAL 

■(! LIT4'!Y 

employment 

::tmep5 •• 

iPANO TOTAL »•• 



109 



109 



1?.? 
U>.2 



0. P 
?.S 

27.6 

0.0 

27.6 

1 .3 

0.0 



3. 1 
28. t 



INCLUDES HISPANICSi ALASKAN NATIVES, AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
•INCLUDES INFCRMATION NOT AVAILABLE, MARRIED, ETC. 



II-2i 



Yadkin 

19d3-64 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-tiine personnel only) 

ACTIVITY *SSIGN>'ENT SCURCE CF FUNCS SEX P*CE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 



CL«SSIFICATICK STATE FECEBAt ICCAL VCCAT TCTAL fALE FE''ALE hUTE BLACK OTHER 



6 


5 


1 


6 


11 


11 




11 


5 


« 


1 


5 


1*7 


16 


131 


1*2 



CFFIC14L. ACS. .MORS. 3 ? 1 

PRINCIPALS 11 

ASST PRINC, TEACHING 

ASST PRINC, NONTEACHING 5 

ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 13< 9 2 

SECONCARY TFACHERS t5 2 2 25 

OTHER TEACHERS 5 

GUIDANCE 7 1 

PSYCHOLOGICAL 1 

LIBRARIAN, 4U0ICV1SUAL 8 2 

CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 1 

CTHER PROFESSIONAL 2 3 2 

TEACHER AICES 57 10 1 

TECHNICIANS 

CLERICAL, SECRETARIAL II 2 10 

SERVICE WORKERS S3 

SKILLED CRAFTS 5 9 

LABORERS, UNSKILLED 18 

TOTAL 33* 29 81 27 

• VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAIC «F PRCX lYA TELY 62.18PCT FROM STATE, 
25.6'.PCT FRCP LOCAL, AND 12.18PCT FftCM FEDERAL FLNCS. 



I 


1 


10 


2 


I 




7 


i, 


68 


1 


23 


1 


53 




14 


14 


18 


1<. 


<.7l 


121 



8 

1 


1 
10 

1 




3 


7 




67 


67 


1 


22 


22 


1 


53 


52 

13 


I 
1 



1962-60 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 

AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE ••»•»•••»» per pupil EXPENDITURE 



LEA 


FINAL 

ADM 




STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 




TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


pcpcru 

OF TOT 


YADKIN COUNTY 


5,2C9 
























SALARIES 




5 


646,931 


634,388 


819.436 


7 


,100,755 


1084.07 


121.79 


157.31 


1 ,363.17 


68.3 


EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 




1 


116,455 


137,398 


164.851 


1 


,418.704 


214.33 


26.38 


31.65 


272.36 


13.' 


PURCHASED SERVICES 






84,717 


38,418 


319,823 




442,958 


16.26 


7.38 


61.40 


85.04 


4.3 


lUP^LlES t MATERIALS 






438,095 


278,769 


623,103 


1 


,339,967 


84.10 


53.52 


119.62 


257.24 


12.9 


CAPITAL OUTLAY 






2,093 


39,304 


1,756 




43,152 


.40 


7.55 


.34 


8.29 


.« 


OTHER OBJECTS 






2,359 


4,504 


50,884 




57,747 


.45 


.86 


9. 77 


11.08 


.6 


TOTAL 




7 


290,649 


1.132,780 


1,979,853 


10 


,403.283 


1399.61 


217.48 


380.09 


1,997.18 


1 00.0 


PERCENT CF TOTAL 






70.1 


10.9 


19.0 




100. 













11-287 



YANCEY 

Sidney W. Zullinger, Supt, 
621 West Main Street 
Bumsville, N. C. 28714 

8 Elementary Schools 
1 Secondary School 

8th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



19fi2-83 
FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


ENRCLL 


183 


230 


225 


208 


220 


229 


257 


229 


221 


26 5 


235 


179 


187 


11 




2879 


ACM 


180 


2U 


222 


202 


215 


226 


253 


224 


2 18 


255 


221 


173 


165 


9 




2802 


ADA 


151 


199 


204 


188 


2C2 


2C7 


234 


205 


2 01 


231 


2 04 


161 


175 


7 




2569 


MLO 


179 


217 


221 


203 


217 


226 


249 


222 


2 16 


252 


217 


170 


187 


10 




2786 


PRCI* 


177 


207 


214 


195 


214 


226 


234 


215 


210 


220 


210 


164 


167 


10 




2683 


N-P 


2 


10 


t 


8 


3 




15 


7 


6 


32 


7 


6 








103 


1983-84 


































FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


Q 


10 


11 


12 


Tf-"H 


FXCP 


TOTAL 


ENROLL 


175 


196 


215 


218 


204 


215 


241 


245 


226 


236 


223 


211 


171 


9 




2 7^"^ 


Aoy 


174 


193 


216 


218 


203 


214 


239 


243 


226 


23 5 


222 


210 


1 n 


9 






ADA 


162 


18 4 


20 6 


208 


196 


206 


230 


231 


215 


22 5 


213 


197 


161 


8 




2640 



1962-63 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer School Graduatas) 



A'lf^ICAN BLACK 
IND IAN 



TOTAL AMERICAN BLACK 
INDIAN 



PUBLIC SR. INST NC 

?J5LIC 5R. OUT-STATE 
TTTAL 

P= IVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OUTSTATE 
I'.TAL 

CC-IM :OLL, TECH NC 

C.C. lECH CWT-STATE 

TC TAL 

P-IVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. CUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

TPADE, BUSINESS NC 
TRADE. BUSI OUTSTATE 
TCTAL 

-IL ITARY 

EMPLOYMENT 

OTHERS •• 

SRAND TOTAL •»» 



12.4 

l.t 

1 '..0 

10.? 
0.0 

2^.1 

0.5 

23.7 

1.1 
0.0 
1.1 

3.2 

0.5 
3.8 

5.9 

33. <? 

7.0 

100. 



INCLUDES HISPANICS, ALASKAN NATIVESt AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
'INCLUDES INFCRKATION NOT AVAILABLE, HARRIED, ETC. 



II-2? 



Yancey 



1980-64 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT 



SCURCE CF FLNCS 



RACE/ETHNIC CRIGIN 



CLASSIf ICATICN 

CFFICIAL.ACfS.tfCRS. 
PRINCIPALS 
ASST PRINC, TEACHING 
ASSr PRINCtNONTEACHING 
ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 
SECONDARY TEACt-EHS 
TTHER TEACHERS 
GUIDANCE 
PSYCHOLOGICAL 
LIBRARIAN.ALOICVISUAL 
CONSULT ANT, SUPER VISOR 
OTHER PBOFESSICNAL 
TEACHER AICES 
TECHNICIANS 
CLERICAL, SECRETARIAL 
SERVICE WCRKERS 
SKILLED CRAFTS 
LABORERS, UNSKILLED 
TOTAL 



STATE FEDERAL ICCAL VCCAT TOTAL HALE FEHALE KUTE BLACK OTHER 



1 

5 


I 


2 




£8 


10 


2S 


1 


i7 




4 




5 




I 




2 


1 


n 


2 





2 


2 




2 




9 


/ 


2 


9 




2 


2 




2 


2 


82 


19 


63 


81 


9 


39 


17 


22 


39 




17 


6 


11 


17 




4 


1 


3 


4 




5 


1 


4 


5 




I 




1 


1 




3 




3 


3 


4 


39 


3 


36 


38 




15 




15 


15 




54 


15 


39 


5* 



« VOCATICNAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID < f PRO)" IKA TELY 62.18PCT FROM STATE, 
25. 6^.?^ FRCf LOCAL, AND 12.1BPCT FRCC FEDERAL FLNOS. 



1 962-63 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE 



• •••••*••• PEA PUPIL EXPENDITURE 



LEA 

YANCEY COUNTY 
SALARIES 

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 
PURCHASED SERVICES 
SUPPLIES t MATERIALS 
CAPITAL OUTLAY 
OTHER OBJECTS 
TOTAL 
'ERCEST CF TOTAL 



FINAL 

AOM 



3. 0*0, 721 

606. (HS 

7,751 

266,718 

a,3'>o 

753 

3,930,331 

73.3 



381.973 

76.232 

29,368 

155,519 

9,*07 

11.176 

663,675 

12.4 



310.691 

62,784 

199,245 

167,106 

1,213 

25,933 

766,972 

14.3 



PEP.CiNT 
TOTAL STATE FEDERAL LOCAL TOTAL OF TOTAL 



3,733,384 IOB5.20 136-3? 110.88 1,332.40 



745 


064 


2 16 


29 


2 36 


3 63 


2 


77 


5 89 


344 


95 


19 


18 


,960 


2 


98 


37 


,862 


.27 



69.6 
13. "> 
4.4 
I l.C 



27.21 22.41 265.91 

10.48 71. II 84.36 

55.50 59.64 210.33 

3.36 .43 6.77 .4 

3.99 9.26 13.52 .7 

5,360,978 1402.70 236.86 273.73 1,913.29 100.0 
100.0 



11-289 



NORTHEAST REGIONAL EDUCATION CENTER 
(REGION 1) 



F. L. "Bill" Britt, Director 
P. 0. Box 1028 
Williamston, N. C. 27892 



Administrative Units Served: 



Beaufort 

Washington 
Bertie 



Camden 
Chowan 
Currituck 



Dare 

Gates 

Hertford 




Martin 

Pasquotank 

Perquimans 



Greenville 
Tyrrell 
Washington 



Pupil Accounting 



1982-8? 
FINAL 



ADM 
ADA 



'i??? A659 <.e<i5 «fc31 <.605 ^TO? 5C11 5122 -iBST 5<V06 51*^ '.''.i; 



1,'it.', <^501 'i506 'i'iSl **6C '•588 AeSl <iq8« <tlii> 5071 
'i29e 'iJOT «i3Al <i13e fillJ *'i27 ^702 'i752 4*83 4711 



4864 4CeS 4155 
4540 3797 3876 



4551 4496 45C0 4495 446C 4601 4687 4985 4703 4918 4723 4C06 4116 



4302 4029 4241 4326 4297 4448 4734 4675 4483 4190 4165 3725 



3892 
224 



249 
227 
246 
198 



255 62666 

261 60388 

237 57346 

263 5995C 

75C 55959 



1Q83-84 
FIRST MO 



FNR 

&0M 



4612 4<)87 4346 4414 454? 44 81 4632 5067 4922 5362 4712 4377 3963 224 
4539 4850 4309 4378 45 17 4447 4593 5028 4876 5255 4610 4293 3882 221 
4408 4734 4223 4290 4425 4351 4482 4885 4707 4993 4384 4092 3691 210 



252 60793 
243 60041 
232 58107 



1962-63 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer School Graduates) 



TOTiL 



r^.i'LlC '".';. INST NC 

?, ^Li; SP. CUT-STATE 
I TiL 



1 70 

B 

170 



264 
?73 



435 

17 

4 5? 



269 

20 

7H9 



■IV.M': SI'. INST NC 
:vlT- S'i. QUTSTATt 



:: "M COLL, TEC- KC 
C.C. TECH OJT-STiTE 
"■'TIL 

P-.IVATE JR. CCLL NC 
Pf.lvire JR. 0U1STATE 
T'TiL 



2C4 

1 

205 



299 

2 

301 



301 


313 


10 


4 


311 


317 



120 

614 
14 

628 



^.4 
?2.^ 



Ti 


>.:e, p'jsi 


■JSSS 


NC 


c 


1 


r- 


.■:l, 3jsi 


CUTSTATt 





? 


I 








c 


3 


VI 


. ; Ts.^'i 









290 


F" 


■LCjyytNT 






c 


236 



MCLiJPlS HISPAMCS. ALASKAN NATIVES. AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC 
'iCLUDES INFCP><AriON NOT AVAILABLE, HARRIED, ETC. 



388 





62 


526 





206 


145 





114 


1944 





1057 


IFIC 


ISLANDERS 





4>.9 
92 7 



1 l.t 
?2.9 



11-290 



Northeast Regional Education Center 



1963-64 Public School Personnel Summory 

(Full-time personnel only) 



»CIIVIly »SSIGNHENT 



SCURCE CF FLNCS 



|'^r.f /r inNir (irii-.in 



CL«SSIFIC»TICk 



S1A1F tFCERSl ltr»l 



CFFICI<tf«OfS.,PGRS. 
PRINCIPALS 
«SSr PRINC.TF/tCHINC 
ASST PRINCfNCNTEACHING 
ELEMENTARY lEACHERS 
SECONDARY TEACHERS 
OTHER TEACHERS 
CUinANCE 
PSYCHOLOGICAL 
L I BR AR I AN . AtO 1 V ISUAL 
CONSULTANT, SUPER VISOR 
OTHER PROFESSIONAL 
TEACHER AIDES 
TECHNICIANS 
CLERICAL. SECRETARIAL 
SERVICE WORKERS 
SKILLED CRAFTS 
LABORERS. UKSKILLED 
TOTAL 



630 

zee 



157 

468 



irzT 


?I2 


l-i|5 


110? 


9.'<) 


151 


578 


645 


<>9'> 


IJf. 


563 


'«3 



15 
115 
1T1 
I'll 



1962-80 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED. BY SCURCE 



LEA 

REGION 1 

SALARIES 

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 

PURCHASED SERVICES 

SUPPLIES C MATERIALS 

CAPITAL OUTLAY 

OTHER OBJECTS 

TOTAL 

PERCENT OF TOTAL 



ADK STATE 

60.388 

6«. 869, 125.80 

12,750,072.00 

1,226,330.43 

4,227,989.90 

212,963.11 

12,258.27 

83,298,739.51 

64.0 



10,799,397.00 

2,256,249.87 

482,665.17 

4,171.062.68 

459,230.31 

303,217.44 

18,471,822.47 

14.2 



13,538,946.22 

2,971,015.85 

3,699,636.81 

7,164,443.73 

409.638.44 

609.628.37 

28,393.309.42 

21.8 



PER PUPIL EXPENDITURE 
TOTAL STAIE FEDERAL LOCAL 

89,207,469.02 1074.21 178.83 224.20 1, 
17.977.337.72 211.14 37.36 49.20 

5.408,632.41 20.31 

15,563,496.31 70.01 

1,081,831.86 3.53 

925.104.08 .20 

130,163.871.40 1379.40 305.87 470.19 

100.0 



PERCENT 
TOTAL OF TOTAL 



7.99 61.26 

69.07 118.64 

7.60 6.79 

5.02 10.10 



477.24 

297.70 
89.56 

257.72 
17.91 
15.32 

155.45 



69.5 
13. 8 
4.2 
12.0 



11-291 



SOUTHEAST REGIONAL EDUCATION CENTER 
(REGION 2) 

C. T. Fleetwood, Director 
612 College Street 
Jacksonville, N. C. 28540 



Administrative Units Served: 



Brunswick 
Carteret 
Cra ven 



New Bern 
Duplin 
Greene 



Lenoir 

Kinston 
New Hanover 




Pupil Accounting 



1982-83 


































FINAL 


K 


I 


2 


3 


* 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


tfH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


FNRCLl 


9635 


995-) 


Sf56 


95C9 


9756 


990 1 


10403 


10349 


9 74 1 


10731 


10246 


8545 


8118 


563 


777 


1278P5 


aPK 


SCS 


9396 


S177 


SC£3 


937B 


9!21 


9993 


9935 


9339 


9929 


9431 


8C0« 


7777 


548 


776 


12132C 


AHA 


8*1 '.e 


8927 


8 76 6 


8693 


8S9f 


9115 


9521 


9367 


8 766 


9220 


8711 


7438 


7266 


499 


713 


U4445 


MLD 


9008 


9388 


9125 


9C37 


9382 


9528 


9983 


9896 


9 26 7 


9612 


9061 


775C 


7644 


553 


788 


12CC22 


PRCM 


86C1 


8410 


8582 


871C 


90't2 


9228 


9657 


9121 


8652 


8380 


7698 


7C41 


7245 


46 8 


753 


111588 



615 1232 1363 



1983-84 




























FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


5 7 


8 9 


10 


11 


12 


TNH 


EXCP TOTAL 


ENR 


9080 


9079 


9136 


9110 


9708 


9483 


9677 10563 


9861 10216 


9852 


82 34 


7703 


535 


772 123409 


AOM 


89 73 


O870 


9032 


9041 


9138 


9401 


9597 10468 


9769 10043 


9651 


80 84 


7594 


524 


761 121946 



8632 9549 8805 8813 8906 9158 9325 10108 9378 9562 9149 7694 7253 498 720 117550 



1962-60 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer Schod Graduates) 



TOTAL AMERICAN 8LAC< 
INDIAN 



8 60 

173 

41 

214 

753 

23 

776 



AHERI 


:/N 


BLACK 


WHITE 




I NO lAK 




















?L!C SP. INST NC 




1 


Z'.Z 


566 


iiL l: •■." . CUT-STATE 




c 


15 


31 


"'AL 




1 


257 


597 


I.'iTE 51^. INS'' NC 




c 


47 


125 


!VATE 5?. 0-JTSTATF 




c 


11 


29 


TiL 




C 


58 


154 


■^■< :GLL, TECH NC 




2 


143 


603 


:. TECH OUT-STATE 







5 


18 


TAL 




' 


148 


621 


! VATE JR. CCLL NC 




c 


15 


57 


WAT? J". CUTSTATE 







1 


3 


TAL 







16 


60 


ADE, BUSINESS NC 




c 


16 


15 


AOE, BUS! OUTSTATE 




c 


t, 


8 



424 


674 


16 


71 


44 


650 


91 


140 


9 


Ifl 


99 


15S 


370 


816 


27 


79 


397 


845 



CAND TOTAL •*• 



386 


183 


2 


5 73 


237 


573 





8 12 


81 


144 


2 


277 


203 


2355 


16 


3561 








_— _ 



123 


76 


209 


357 


134 


193 


49 8 


7409 







'CT&L 


TOTAl 


NiJ«?EP 


^-f PCE-'T 


1 Ot« 


181? 


?'..') 


3q 


U'. 


1.1 


110 7 


; ',», 7 


". . 1 


73 7 


<.Tb 


5.4 


7 6 


5 7 


1. s 


75P 


477 


6. 3 


1 196 


n'.Q 


75.9 


5 6 


7', 


1.1 


1757 


7078 


77.0 


97 


169 


7 .P 


4 


K 


0.1 


ini 


177 


2.4 


158 


189 


7.5 


18 


30 


0.4 


176 


719 


7. '1 


149 


777 


9. t 


569 


1 ?.Hl 


1P.4 


379 


^56 


7.4 


3 94 1 


7577 


10 0.0 



I'ICLUCES HISPANICSf ALASKAN NATIVES. AND ASIAN Oft PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
'IMCLL'DES INFORMATION NOT AVAILABLE, MARRIED. ETC. 



11-292 



Southeast Regional Education Center 



1963-84 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY aSSICNCFNT 



SCURCE CF FLNCS 



•lACE/ETHNIC CP.IOIN 



CLASSIFICATION 



STATE FECERAL LCCAL VCCAT 



FEMALE V.HTE OLACK OTHER 



OFFICIAL, 40fS..'^CRS. 


es 


1* 


22 


8 


112 


76 


36 


99 


13 


PRINCIPALS 


211 




1 




212 


181 


31 


158 


5* 


ASST PR INC, TEACHING 


16 


1 






17 


IC 


7 


9 


8 


ASST PPINC.NONTEACHING 


ICI 




13 




120 


90 


30 


75 


*5 


ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 


27S6 


123 


136 


37 


3002 


237 


2855 


2269 


•!06 


SECONDARY TEACHERS 


1*61 


37 


110 


3/9 


195? 


726 


1231 


1*92 


*53 


OTHER TEACMEIIS 


61* 


32A 


126 


122 


1186 


271 


915 


932 


252 


GUIDANCE 


127 


'. 


K 


13 


15S 


33 


125 


117 


*0 


PSYCHOLCOICAL 


19 


2 


1 




22 


8 


1* 


22 




LIBRARIAN, AUDIOVISUAL 


IS5 




17 




212 


7 


205 


171 


*0 


CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 


3S 


21 


26 


7 


93 


35 


59 


77 


16 


CTHER PROFESSIONAL 


36 


l«. 


27 


2 


79 


16 


63 


58 


21 


TEACHER AIDES 


15A1 


1«9 


92 


12 


179* 


19 


1775 


-.17? 


619 


TECHNICIANS 


U 


5 


30 




40 


2* 


22 


*1 


5 


CLERICAL, SECRETARIAL 


3C7 


31 


271 


7 


616 


9 


607 


*82 


150 


SERVICE WCRKERS 


62S 


8« 


UC3 




Xrtl6 


*58 


135B 


765 


lOM 


SKILLED CRAFTS 


82 




177 




259 


236 


?3 


206 


52 


LABORERS. UNSKILLED 


7 




<i5 




52 


39 


13 


*2 


10 


TOTAL 


6266 


809 


2211 


537 


118*3 


2*75 


9368 


8187 


3605 



♦ VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAIC A FPPOX IHATEIV 62.18'»CT FROM STME. 
25.6*PCT FRUH LOCAL, AND li.lBPCT FRC^' FEDERAL FLNflS. 



1982-63 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED, BY SOURCE 



LEA 

REGION 2 

SALARIES 

EKPLOYEE BENEFITS 

PURCHASED SERVICES 

SUPPLIES t MATERIALS 

CAPITAL OUTLAY 

OTHER OBJECTS 

TOTAL 

PERCENT OF TOTAL 



ADN STATE 

121.320 

12biT83.3le.84 

25,138,132.26 

2,702,*20.e5 

8.070.592.33 

310.713.25 

30.000.*0 

163.035,177.98 

65.7 



PER PUPIL EXPENDITURE 
STATE FEDERAL LOCAL 



PERCENT 
lOTiL OF IOT»L 



17, 336. 974. *6 

3,726,397.86 

852, 832. ir? 

7, 319. 12*. 00 

1,661.135.6* 

505,252.25 

31,*01,T16.6B 

12.6 



25.915.2*9.95 170.035.5*3.30 10*5.03 1*2.90 213.61 I. 

5, *0*, 581. 10 3*. 269, 111. 22 207.21 30.72 *<..55 

9.272.*57.87 12,827,711.19 22.28 7.03 76.<.} 

11,200.256.21 25,539,972.54 56.52 60.33 92.32 

939, 51*. 97 2,911,363.86 2.56 13.69 7.74 

1,093,898.77 1,629, 151. *2 .25 4.16 9.02 

53,825,958.87 248,262,853.53 1343.85 258.83 443.57 2 

21.7 100. 



401.54 
282.49 
lOS. 74 
219. 17 
23.99 
13.43 
,046.35 



l->.7 
5.? 

10.7 
1.2 
.7 



11-293 



CENTRAL REGIONAL EDUCATION 
(REGION 3) 

Sail Shugart, Director 
P. 0. Box 549 
Knightdale, N. C. 27545 

Administrative Unist Served : 
Durham Franklin 

Durham Franklinton 

Edgecombe Granville 

Tarboro Halifax 



CENTER 



Roanoke-Rapi ds 

Wei don 
Johnston 
Nash 




Rocky Mount 
Northampton 
Vance 
Wake 



Pupil Accounting 



l<38?-e3 
F INAL 

ENROLL 

ADK 

ADA 

MLD 

PRCM 

N-P 



' ' - "i 5 6 7 8 9101112 

12429 12661 12e<V<i 12t',<) 12812 13<i63 l'i<i9'i 15'VT3 lAi.28 15391 H681 12C02 H ^.96 

12CCe 12259 122'.P 12221 12*53 ni-il l'il53 15013 13969 1<.557 13676 ll'lf 11 l-t? 

11329 11697 1176f 11868 11974 12629 13522 14171 13020 13457 12601 lO'C 10324 

12046 12260 12295 12366 12479 13154 14166 14920 13860 14134 13147 IOC79 10946 

11495 11096 11645 11960 12188 12944 13671 13869 12911 11902 10999 9937 10376 

551 1164 65C 406 29 1 21C 495 1051 q4<9 2232 2148 1C42 570 



TMH EXCP 



682 


1371 


176677 


681 


1447 


17C391 


619 


1327 


i6oec7 


678 


15U 


168941 


590 


1319 


1S59C2 


88 


1'*? 


12359 



1983-84 
FIRST MO 



ENR 
AOM 



8 



10 



11 



12 



TMH EXCP TOTAL 



12023 13284 11Q24 12356 12382 12521 13595 14815 14994 15409 14165 12070 10977 652 1377 1T2544 
«nA }lJtl I"^' ""'' ^^^''^ '^^''1 1^'''2 13506 14688 14839 15134 13901 11856 1086& 539 136(7 170653 

«i>A 11*63 12794 11556 11970 12006 12126 13123 14143 14195 14296 13102 11217 10310 608 1275 164184 



1962-63 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer School Graduates) 



AMTPICiN BLACK WHITE 

!M0 IA^• 



TOTAL AMERICAN BLACK 
INDIAN 



yv.iii. "ii . 


IN-iT NL 


P.V'lIC sr. 


OUT-Sl ATF 


ILML 





Pf IVITE SR. K;ST :;c 
PF IVATE 5R. O'JTSTATE 



cc'''< ;cLL, TECH ^c 
c.c. tech cjt-state 
y-'AL 

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE j=.. OUTSTATE 

i;-AL 

TfADc, SOSIS'ESS NC 
T-ASe, SUS: OL'TSTATE 



M 


:l I TARY 


E 


"PIC'VME'JT 


C 


►EPS •» 


-, 


'l:0 TCTAL 



41S. 


1036 


79 

25 

104 


177 

51 

228 


267 

11 

278 


524 
9 

533 


40 
4* 


103 

6 

109 



12 
36 

573 

475 

164 

2089 



10 
4A 

239 

590 

168 

2947 



1 392 

Rl 

1473 

257 

79 
3 36 

793 

20 

813 

143 

10 

153 

61 
22 
83 

814 
1069 

332 
5073 



590 


47 3 


24 


3 3 


6l<. 


1 006 


96 


238 


31 


'.4 


127 


287 


634 


711 


10 


10 


ftA<i 


721 


42 


169 


2 


7 


44 


176 


104 


121 


20 


8 


124 


129 


150 


26 


50^ 


527 


206 


224 


2413 


3 096 



1578 


7SY0 


58 


1^." 


1636 


? t:j*) 


335 


5'. 2 


84 


161 


-.IS 


7t5 


1355 


2148 


22 


42 


1377 


21^0 


212 


355 


y 


V) 


221 


3T> 


221 


288 


29 


■=1 


256 


32'-' 


177 


991 


1038 


210 7 


-.32 


76 4 


55t6 


mt-"} 



?/ 


q 


t 


:^ 


5 


6 


; 


5 


7 


1 


20 


2 





4 


20 


6 


3 


3 







3 


S 


2. 


7 


0. 


5 


3 


2 



'A::^t^l ^N^"vi?ti/;,5r^;;ci^rif'M:^S:?^!*^°? — ^ '^—^ 



11-294 



Central Regional Education Center 



1963-84 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ^SSIGKfENT 



SCURCE CF KUNCS 



R>CE/ETH'jrc ChlGIN 



CLAS5IFICATICN 



STATE FECERAl ICCAL VCCAI TOTAL MAI? FEVALE hhTTF HLAC. '1T>-EH 



LFFI':i/iL,iC>'S.,MGRS. 


£7 


l-. 


35 


5 


141 


100 


41 


113 


28 




PRINCIPALS 


?<,'< 








294 


241 


53 


195 


s; 




JSST PRINC, TEACHING 


13 








13 


7 


6 


7 


■. 




ass: ?P INC.KD'iTFACHING 


159 




8 




166 


1?? 


44 


e^ 


77 




ELE-^ENTARr TEACHERS 


3592 


268 


*11 


2ft 


4297 


321 


3976 


2«'"> 


I3»a 


10 


SECONDARY TEACHERS 


Z'ltl 


130 


3S0 


428 


3409 


1055 


2 354 


24 SA 


940 


13 


OTHER TEACHERS 


658 


2^3 


175 


123 


1199 


290 


9C9 


Pl« 


379 


2 




183 


12 


37 


25 


257 


42 


215 


150 


1C6 


I 


PSrC'iCLCGICAL 


18 


'• 


* 




26 


6 


20 


23 


I 




LISRARIAN.ACCICVISUAL 


27S 


11 


23 




313 


i: 


301 


205 


1C7 


1 


CONSUL TANT, SUPERVISOR 


67 


?7 


61 


11 


166 


4., 


lis 


120 


46 




CTHES PROFESSIONAL 


e7 


A8 


28 


3 


166 


32 


134 


107 


53 


! 


TFAC^-EP AICES 


2025 


265 


3 70 


3 


2663 


50 


2613 


1459 


:;£5 


19 


TECHNICIANS 


13 


11 


69 




93 


43 


50 


71 


2. 




CLEHfCAl, SECRETARIAL 


3S7 


2a 


347 


6 


77fl 


23 


755 


60 2 


17 5 


1 


SERVICE -CPKEPS 


66C 


135 


1831 




Zbib 


748 


lU7b 


872 


1752 


2 


S* ILI EP CRAFTS 


^5 




275 




3 70 


370 




.•'66 


!C4 




LABORERS, UNSKILLED 


68 




79 




147 


1!0 


37 


?7 


IC5 




TGT!iL 


in 55 


1196 


4143 


630 


17124 


36 ?C 


13 004 


1C489 


65 31 


54 



• V':C!.T|CH4l TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PMC A FPSO X ICATELY 62.13PCT FRO'' STATE, 
25.6'-FCr FHC." LOCAL, AND 12.iaPCT F^C FEDERAL FLM)S. 



1982-60 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED, BY SOURCE 



LEA 
REGION 3 
SALARIES 

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 
PURCHASED SERVICES 
SUPPLIES t MATERIALS 
CAPITAL OUTLAY 
OTHER OBJECTS 
TOTAL 
PERCENT OF TOTAL 



ADM STATE 

170,3? 1 

176,796 ,495.29 

34,772,735.78 

5,464,781.55 

11,233,3<.0.36 

210.284.82 

46,215.14 

228,523,852.94 

61.9 



24,413,<,81.<>0 

5,175,184.24 

895,956.99 

9,413,671.03 

858,167.26 

740,600. 13 

41,497,061.05 

11.3 



LOCAL 



PER PUPIL EXPENDITURE 
STATE FEOERAL LOCAL 



PERCENT 
TOTAL nF lO'AL 



52. 24<,, 631.97 253,'.54.610 66 1037.59 1*3.28 306.62 I, 

11,589.014.64 51.535.934.66 204.08 30.37 68.0! 

15,342,921.08 21,703.659.62 32.07 5.26 90.05 

17,893,158.50 38.540.169.89 65.93 55.25 105.01 

438,244.89 1,506.696.97 1.23 5.04 2.57 

1.267.002.36 2.053.817.63 .27 4.35 7..* 

98,773,975. '.4 368, 794. 8fl9.'.3 1341.17 243.55 579.70 2, 
26.8 



302 


46 


127 


3R 


226 


19 


8 


84 


12 


06 


16* 


42 



100.0 



11-295 



SOUTH CENTRAL REGIONAL EDUCATION CENTER 



(REGION 4) 

Gladys S. Britt, Director 
P. 0. Box 786 
Carthage, N. C. 28327 

Administrative Units Served: 



Bladen 
Col umbus 

Whiteville 
Cumberland 



l<?82-e3 
FINAL 

ENROLL 

4DM 

ADA 

MLD 

PRPM 

N-P 



Fayetteville 
Harnett 
Hoke 
Lee 



I 



Montgomery 
Moore 
Richmond 
Robeson 




Fairmont 
Lumber ton 
Red Springs 
St. Pauls 



Pupil Accounting 



e 



10 



TMH EXCP 



11083 11266 10563 11075 lOSSe IIA'V'3 11630 1169« 11135 lig-iS U-VOS 

10502 107'i6 IC'tt 1C632 10656 110^5 11300 11338 10757 11195 10652 

9881 102'iO 1003'. 10225 102'i'; 10667 10851 10782 10138 10'i33 9932 

10'i57 107^11 IC'27 1C621 106<iC 11C7C 1129'i 11295 10669 10869 10298 

9857 9639 9905 102'i5 I0'>2'i 10891 11C63 10667 10186 9592 9132 

6QC 1102 522 376 216 179 231 628 «83 1277 1166 



9*97 


9132 


600 


1015 


l't'.79C 


8S93 


ee<.6 


582 


10'i3 


138783 


8377 


8232 


522 


9*3 


1315C4 


873C 


8715 


585 


1102 


137513 


8152 


8*'t5 


*87 


1010 


129*-';' 


576 


270 


98 


92 


-Hie 



10R3-84 

FIPST MO K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 U 12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 

EMR 10219 11330 103*6 103T9 10559 10700 11200 11693 11252 11769 10858 9489 8487 574 1052 139686 

A01 10037 11208 10245 10295 10487 10622 11119 11587 11134 11579 10675 9365 8395 568 1015 138331 

AOA 9674 10875 9990 10055 10255 10360 10833 11242 10749 11053 10177 8929 8025 53T 948 133702 



1 962-63 High School Groduote Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer School Graduates) 



1 

1 


A-* EP ICAN 
I NO I AN 


p. n IC SK. INST MC 
t' -iLi: SP. UUT-STATE 
1 T, TA;. 


47 


*7 


►■"IVATE SK. INST NC 
,• t-IVAlE SP. OUTS-'ATC 
Ti.TAL 


E 
11 


C.-"'' COLL, TECH '.'C 
C.C. TECh CUT-STATE 
TC TAL 


7f 

C 

75 


r-'.!VATE JR. CCLL NC 
?- I VATE Jfi . cut<;tat = 
Tl'TAL 


1 

c 

i 


TRAOE, BUSINESS NC 
li •..■>?, BUSI GUTSTATE 

t:tal 


5 

t 

U 


''ILITARY 


5C 


E"^LOyMrNT 


bi 


O'HCRS »• 


11 


1 Gf~UO TOTAL ••» 


27 3 



36 1 


fi52 


18 


45 


379 


597 


28 


133 


17 


29 


45 


162 


175 


553 


6 


6 


181 


559 



TOTAL 


AMERICAN 
INDIAN 


BLACK 


WHITE 


976 
64 

1040 


95 

C 

V5 


469 

8 

477 


'.4 3 
22 

56 5 


171 

49 

220 


7 

3 

10 


55 
16 
71 


168 
22 
190 


815 

12 

827 


135 



135 


408 

11 

419 


840 

12 

852 



388 


292 


295 


647 


96 


105 


423 


2448 



68 

98 

7 35 
1007 

224 
4198 



133 


33 


30 1 


503 


159 


200 


1604 


2457 







TOTAL 


TOTAL 


NUfP.rp 


prpr TM 


1115 


2 '•-'■/I 


74.2 


3' 


96 


1.: 


1 147 


2 1.1' 


,?b.4 


234 


405 




41 


90 


1.0 


275 


49 5 


5. T 


12'34 


2209 


25. t 


24 


3 6 


0.4 


1418 


2245 


26.0 


55 


90 


I.O 


6 


1 y 


C? 


61 


lOP 


'..3 


80 


iin 


! . ■^ 


26 


94 


l.l 


106 


204 


. 2.4 


175 


910 


10.6 


8»,4 


187 1 


21.7 


38C 


604 


7.C 


4426 


8<?4 


lOC.O 



• INCLUDES HISPAMCS, ALASKAN NATIVES, AND ASIAN OR 
•'.NCLUOES INFORMATION NOT AVAILABLE. MARKIED, ETC. 



R PACIFIC I SLANDERS 



11-296 



South Central Regional Education Center 

1963-64 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNHENT 



SOURCE CF FtNOS 



RACE/ETHNIC CRIGIN 



CLA5SIFICATICN 



STATE FECERAL ICCAL VCCAT 



FEMALE Wt-IIE 



CFFICI«l.AOKS.,»'GRS. 


82 


14 


33 


7 


135 


94 


42 


114 


15 


7 


PRINCIPALS 


2'.3 




4 




247 


216 


31 


167 


tc 


20 


ASST PRINC, TEACHING 


2H 




1 




29 


19 


10 


IB 


11 




ASST PRINC, NONTEACHING 


117 




17 


1 


135 


102 


33 


74 


52 


9 


ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 


a'.ci 


152 


191 


31 


3775 


387 


3388 


2482 


1025 


269 


SECONDARY TEACHERS 


I't'i'i 


52 


101 


309 


1961 


820 


1141 


1436 


435 


^0 


OTHER TEACHERS 


53e 


357 


90 


269 


1254 


269 


985 


810 


321 


123 


GUIDANCE 


150 


18 


18 


6 


192 


47 


145 


134 


47 


•I 


PSYCHOLOGICAL 


n 


12 


4 




29 


10 


19 


28 


1 




LIBRARIAN. ALOIOVISUAL 


232 




6 




238 


3 


235 


172 


52 


14 


CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 


39 


19 


16 


4 


77 


26 


51 


51 


19 


7 


OTHER PROFESSIONAL 


*2 


23 


42 


2 


109 


28 


81 


68 


23 


18 


TEACHER AIDES 


1771 


225 


50 


5 


20 51 


39 


2012 


1183 


666 


?32 


TECHNICIANS 


1 


1 


2S 




30 


19 


11 


26 


3 


1 


CLERICAL, SECRETARIAL 


356 


41 


303 


7 


707 


10 


697 


560 


97 


50 


SERVICE HCRKERS 


921 


300 


1283 




25^4 


669 


1835 


931 


1321 


252 


SKILLED CRAFTS 


S3 




2C6 




299 


294 


5 


200 


61 




LABORERS, UNSKILLED 


2 




la 




?0 


20 




<) 


10 


1 


TOTAL 


9521 


1213 


2411 


641 


137)3 


3072 


1C721 


8463 


4219 


1111 



* VUCATICNSL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 62.iaPCT FRCI STATE. 
25.64PCT FPCM LOCAL. AND 12.13PCI FRCf FECERAL FUNTS. 



1962-60 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED, BY SCURCE 



LEA 

REGION 4 

StLARIES 

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 

PURCHASED SERVICES 

SUPPLIES C MATERIALS 

CAPITAL OUTLAY 

OTHER OBJECTS 

TOTAL 

PERCENT OF TOTAL 



AD*" STATE 

138. 7E3 

144,154.354.43 

26,548,323.65 

3.319.327.46 

8.562,323.32 

298,783.05 

41.773.00 

184,924,884.91 

64.9 



23,556,042.07 

4,809,634.53 

1,457,5C6.42 

10,383.940.66 

705.533.46 

745,573.98 

41.658.231.12 



PER PUPIL CXPENCITURE 
STATE FEDERAL LOCAL 



PERCENT 
TOTAL Of TOTAL 



28.280,362.09 195.990.758.59 1038.70 169.73 203.77 1, 

5.985.939.76 39.343.897.94 205.70 34.56 43.13 

8.878.548.00 13.655.381.88 23.92 

13,465,868.62 32,412,132.60 61.70 

369,653.35 1,373,969.86 2.15 

1,337,362.54 2,124.709.52 .30 

58,317.734.36 284.900,850.39 1332.47 300.16 420.20 2, 

20.5 100.0 



10.50 



5.08 
5.37 



63.97 

97.03 

2.66 

9.64 



412.20 
283.49 

99.39 
233.55 

9.89 .5 

15.31 .7 

052.83 100.0 



63.6 
13.0 
4. 1 
11.4 



11-297 



NORTH CENTRAL REGIONAL EDUCATION CENTER 
(REGION 5) 

Fred Cundiff, Director 

P. 0. Box 21889 

Greensboro, N. C. 27420-1889 

Administrative Units Served: 



Alamance 

Burlinton 
Caswell 
Chatham 



Davidson 
Lexington 
Thomasville 

Forsyth 



Guilford 
Greensboro 
High Point 

Orange 




Chapel 
Person 
Randolph 

Ashehoro 



Pupil Accounting 



Rockinghanr 
Eden 

Madison- 
May odan 



ReidsvJ 1. 



okei. 



i<)e2-e3 

FINAL 

CNROLL 

ADH 

ADA 

MLD 

PSOM 

N-P 



n<)Z7 1A303 lACZ* I'.'.SJ 15CflC 1616<. 17360 18120 17390 17874 6S52 1515t M2^ 

13463 13800 13709 1MA4 14739 15627 17C30 17724 16942 16919 6010 4«2t 3781 

12652 13215 13116 1357C 14125 15143 16251 16756 15916 15727 4933 356 2968 

13472 13856 13675 14118 14716 15786 16987 17677 16797 16518 5529 3991 13615 

12701 12483 12891 13570 14235 15362 16449 16518 15817 14729 139 8 13117 13119 

771 1373 784 548 483 424 538 1159 980 1789 1611 874 ',1b 



MH 


EXCP 


TCT«L 


835 


2325 


2U8127 


<>7C 


2345 


201769 


747 


2144 


190B24 


810 


2385 


19q9?4 


779 


216 1 


1(17855 


31 


21? 


' .• 7- 



1983-84 
FIRST MO 



I 



a 



10 



11 



12 



ENR 13463 14484 13419 13598 14133 14693 16030 17741 17579 17950 16383 14928 13866 
AOM 13141 14394 13311 13521 14055 14630 15942 17624 17471 17683 16137 14748 13746 
AHA 12701 13974 12986 13179 13684 14234 15488 17007 16788 16829 15417 14150 13210 



807 2222 201296 
795 2196 i99394 
748 2063 IS2458 



1962-63 High School Groduote Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer School Graduat8B) 



AMERICAN BLACK WHITE OTHER* TOTAL AMERICAN 3LACK WHITE OTHEB* 

I NO I AN INDIAN 



TOTAL 


fMjyhEK 


190<. 

197:- 


'513 

3(.'i0 


48! 
113 
596 


P?3 

218 

1 'K 1 


17 37 

67 

1804 


2 87 1 

117 

2WS 


101 

11 

112 


230 


236 

27 

263 


2"9 

'.2 
351 


152 


979 


1561 


3350 


376 


ff)? 


6843 


13310 



P'.'TLIC SR. INST NC 
f 'ILIC S'*. GUT-STATF 
l.TJL 


C 


344 
21 
365 


1247 

81 

1328 


16 
2 

18 


1 609 

104 

1713 


p:- ivite s5. I nst nc 

?i\W'i SR. CUTSTATE 
T'.TAL 


C 

c 
c 


83 

27 

110 


235 

73 

313 







3 18 
105 
423 


r.c^x COLL, Trci- nc 

C.:. TECH OUT-STATE 

T:^iL 



2 


197 

13 

2 10 


924 

37 
961 


11 



11 


1124 

50 

1184 


PCiVATE JR. CCLL NC 
P-!ViTE JK. Dt'TSTATE 
TCTJL 


c 





17 
19 


92 

6 
98 


I 



1 


110 

8 

118 


TPADT, BL'SIMESS NC 
T=i?E, E'JS! OUTSTATE 
TlTAL 


c 

c 




12 
7 
19 


41 
26 
69 








53 
35 

88 


MILITARY 


4 


433 


387 


3 


827 


^'if^LOryENT 


? 


394 


1396 


2 


1795 


C'HERS •» 


1 


122 


194 


2 


319 



577 


1314 


in 


51 


59 5 


1365 


95 


387 


20 


91 


115 


478 


469 


1263 


24 


43 


49 3 


1306 



GPAND TOTAL •»• U 1672 4746 37 6467 10 1939 

• INCLUOCS HISPANICS, ALASKAN NATIVES, AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
••.^CLUDES INFORMATION NOT AVAILABLE, HARRIED, ETC. 



56 


180 


13 


14 


69 


194 


10 7 


44 


406 


1151 


132 


242 


939 


4870 



0.5 
?..^■ 

7 •i 

2 5..' 

5.2 

100. 



11-298 



North Central Regional Education Center 

1983-64 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 

ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT SCURCE CF FCNCS SEX R CE/ETHMC C^IOIN 

CLASSIFICATICS STATE FEDERAL LCCAL VCCAT TOTAL HALE FEHALE WCITF 15LACK OTfER 



CFFICIAl,AC>'S.,>'GRS. S6 10 63 6 175 1?2 53 150 25 

PRINCIPALS 3te 366 296 80 298 68 

ASST PRINC, TEACHING 28 2 30 Ifl 12 23 7 

ASST PRINC.NONTEACHING 191 18 199 157 <.2 KG 59 

ELEMENTARY TEACHERS ^3e\ 152 369 29 ttl^l 387 ',5','. 3891 1031 9 

SECONDARY TEACHERS 2735 56 352 656 3799 I'.IO 2389 311* 673 12 

OTHER TEACHERS T,l 2*6 1A5 16* 1302 329 97* 1125 175 2 

GUIDANCE 237 2 77 60 376 85 291 280 9* / 

PSYCHOLOGICrL 27 6 23 56 20 36 S* I i 

LIRRARIAN.AL'DIOVTSUAL 2^9 2 53 35<. 8 3*6 281 77 I 

CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 52 19 22 14 107 ** 63 90 15 2 

OTHER PSCFESSICNAL 122 28 57 2 209 35 17* 17* 35 

TEACHER AIDES 1957 2*9 5C2 31 2739 56 2683 2027 702 10 

TECHNICIANS IS g^ 103 25 78 92 10 

CLEKICAL, SECRETARIAL *2* 22 512 * 962 12 950 852 109 1 

SERVICE WORKERS 85* 95 1871 2820 770 2050 1573 12*1 6 

SKILLED CRAFTS l*c 283 *23 *2a 3 38* 33 1 

LABORERS, UNSKILLED n tg 80 79 1 57 23 

^O^*"- 12676 887 *5C2 966 19031 *262 1*769 1*605 *373 53 



» VOCATICNAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID A FPPOX II"A TELY 62.18PCT FROM STATE, 
25.6*PCT FROM LOCAL, AND 12.18PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNCS. 

1982-83 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 

AMOUNTS EXPENDED, BY SOURCE ""E" PUPIL EXPENDITURE PERCENT 

••E* ADK STATE FEDERAL LOCAL TOTAL STATE FEDERAL LOCAL IUT41 Of TOTAL 
REGliJN 5 201,769 

'*'-*'"^^ ill. ^-iS, 586.76 I9,339.*57.55 68,430.081.82 299.265.126.13 10*7.96 95.85 339. <.0 1,<.8J.21 69.1 

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS *0, 910, 566. 89 3,970,427.8* 13,953,074.19 58,834,069.92 202.76 19.68 69.15 291.59 M.7 

PURCHASED SERVICES 6,144,262.85 911.588.96 14,799,150.52 2 1.855,002.33 30.45 4.52 73.35 108.32 5.0 

SUPPLIES t MATERIALS 12,323,013.09 8,793,599.91 24.636.802.47 45,753,415.47 61.07 43.58 122.10 226.75 10.6 

CAPITAL OUTLAY 395,212.63 840,598.89 1,441,849.56 2,677,661.09 1.96 4.17 7.15 13.28 .6 

OTHER OBJECTS 34,823.08 768,266.13 3.644.392.29 4,467.481.50 .17 3.91 18.06 22.14 1.0 

'"^*'- 271,253,465.30 34,643.939.28 126.955.350.85 432.852.75 5.43 13*4.37 171.71 629.21 2.145.29 100.0 

PERCENT OF TOTAL 62.7 8.0 29.3 100.0 



11-299 



SOUTHWEST REGIONAL EDUCATION CENTER 
(REGION 6) 

William B. McMillan, Jr., Director 
2400 Hildebrand Street 
Charlotte, N. C. 28216 

Administrative Units Served : 
Anson 



Cabarrus 

Kannapolis 
Cleveland 



Kings Mountain 

Shelby 
Gaston 
Lincoln 




Mecklenburg 
Rowan 

Salisbury 
Stanly 



Albemarle 
Union 
Monroe 



Pupil Accounting 



1962-63 
FINAL 

ENROLL 

ADM 

ADA 

Min 

PRC" 

N-P 




632 


159* 


issa^i 


821 


1625 


!9?679 


745 


l/iTS 


isieic 


836 


1677 


190513 


636 


15^9 


17^51-1 




98 


i: r« 



1983-S4 
FIRST MO 

EMR 
AIM 
AOA 



■^ ' * 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 

13065 1<.386 13157 13763 13946 14689 15715 17515 16906 16779 15629 13663 12359 873 142'. 1'-<3H69 

12891 14290 13082 13693 13877 14623 15648 17407 16789 16605 15506 13551 12301 865 1409 192537 

12520 13911 12765 13370 13564 14277 15273 16830 16119 15865 14861 13033 11913 804 1340 166445 



1962-63 High School Graduate intentions 

(IncliKles 1982 Summer School GraduateB) 









MLE 










FEMALE 








rC/L 




.1E^ ICiN 
I NT IAN 


BLACK 


WHITE 


OTHER* 


TOTAL 


AMER! CAN 


BLACK 


WHITE 


3THE<» 


TOTAL 








NU'ISER 


r>rpr c.'T 















I NO I A N 














■-..r-LIC $K. INST \c 
■•'-'.Lie S8. JUT-STATi: 




250 


1 ion 


15 


I 3 74 


, 


3?6 


1 1?4 


19 


l-iTl 


2'i'iS 




T " r i L 




1 9 


73 


2 


94 





21 


81 


2 


104 


198 


1 .? 






269 


1181 


17 


1468 


2 


347 


1205 


21 


1575 


^043 


?',. 7 


»- :VATF SK. I\ST NC 
'^- IVATE S<. CUTSTATE 




61 
12 


26 2 


4 


327 





79 


369 


2 


450 


77 7 


t. = 


TCTiL 




58 


1 


71 





17 


58 


1 


76 


147 


1. 3 




73 


320 


5 


39 8 





96 


427 


3 


526 


5Z4 




!"-'■ '^ ;CLL. TECH NC 
C.C. TECH CUT-STATE 




211 

11 
222 


951 


9 


1172 


4 


442 


1078 


12 


1536 


?70B 


?i. « 


TC'iL 


21 





32 





4 


14 





18 


50 


0.4 






972 


9 


12 04 


4 


446 


109 2 


12 


1554 


2 7^8 


2'-. 2 


"-IVATE JP. CCLL KC 




42 

4 
46 






















P-:VATE JR. CUTSTATE 




75 





117 





22 


91 





113 


230 


?. 


T;Tii 


c 


7 





11 





9 


5 


1 


1 5 


26 


0. ? 




82 





128 





31 


96 


1 


12S 


256 


2.2 


T'~AOE, BUSINESS NC 


c 


24 

5 

29 






















T-Jt, BUSI CUTSTATE 





66 


3 


93 


1 


129 


317 


4 


451 


54 4 


4. 9. 


T-'-AL 


c 


37 





42 





5 


15 





20 


62 


^. *■ 




103 


3 


135 


1 


134 


332 


4 


471 


10 6 


5.? 


MIL :T4HY 






























307 


318 





628 


1 


9e 


46 





145 


773 


6.8 


cvpLr,,HEM 


, 


























' 


291 


1048 


7 


1343 


3 


280 


74 


7 


10 30 


2378 


20, 9 


OTHERS •* 




























c 


104 


232 


3 


339 


1 


119 


199 





319 


65 8 


5.8 


G^AND TOTAL •»• 


7 



























1341 


4256 


44 


5648 


12 


1551 


4137 


48 


5748 


11396 


100.0 



*^y^^^ "-"Hi^^cN';i5?^^:;A?^i^;:^f'„*^°,t^;*^,°: ""'^'^ '^^*^°"^ 



11-300 



Southwest Regional Education Center 

1980-fi4 Public School Personnel Summory 

(Full-titne personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT 




SCURCE 


CF FUNDS 






SEX 


RACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 


CLSSSIFICATICN 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


ICCAL 


VOCAT 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


W!-1TF 


BLACK 


UTHER 


CFFICIAL.AO^S-.J'GRS. 


73 


3 


44 


4 


124 


91 


33 


111 


n 




PRINCIPALS 


31"; 








319 


264 


55 


273 


46 




ASST PRINC, TEACHING 


<i8 








48 


14 


34 


32 


IS 




ASST PR INCNQNTEACHING 


2C8 


2 


32 




242 


145 


96 


191 


51 




ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 


3967 


64 


299 


26 


4356 


as"* 


4018 


3435 


91? 


3 


SECONDARY TEACHEPS 


28S1 


143 


358 


741 


4133 


1433 


2700 


3306 


8C8 


19 


OTHER TEACHERS 


6S5 


171 


76 


26 


958 


192 


776 


869 


99 




GUIDANCE 


18S 


9 


28 


24 


250 


66 


184 


197 


53 




PSYCHOLOGICAL 


«1 


19 


60 




120 


40 


80 


106 


13 


i 


LIBRARIAN.ALDIOVISUAL 


289 


1 


81 




371 


12 


359 


304 


66 


1 


CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 


79 


19 


39 


16 


153 


54 


99 


129 


23 


1 


OTHER PRCFESSICNAL 


95 


23 


36 


1 


155 


24 


131 


125 


28 


1 


TEACHER AICES 


2276 


219 


236 


12 


2743 


102 


2641 


2C1^ 


717 


10 


TECHNICIANS 


22 


9 


115 




146 


42 


104 


126 


19 




CLERICAL. SECRETARIAL 


432 


29 


4C7 


11 


8 79 


21 


858 


764 


111 


4 


SERVICE WORKERS 


97'i 


I 


1633 




2603 


739 


1859 


1554 


1050 


4 


SKILLED CRAFTS 


132 


112 


127 


1 


372 


366 


6 


324 


^7 




LABORERS, UNSKILLED 


I', 


82 


8 




104 


103 


1 


59 


44 


i 


TOTAL 


121',', 


906 


3579 


852 


18091 


40'.7 


14044 


13923 


41 '.5 


52 



« VOCATICNAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID AFFROX IMA TELY 62.18PCr FROM STATE, 
25.64PCT FRCK LOCAL, AND 12.18FCT FRCM FEDERAL FUNDS. 

1962-60 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 

AMOUNTS EXPENDED, Br SOURCE PER PUPIL EXPENDITURE PERCfNI 

'■^* *"•' STATE FEDERAL LOCAL TOT»L STATE FEDERAL LOCAL loriL OF TOTAL 
REGION 6 192,679 

"" " 20l,*52,672.87 16,776,852.99 59,779,950.03 280, 009, <.75. 89 I0«5.5'i 9T.<,5 310.26 1,<.53.2S 6P.8 

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 39,957,163.86 3,803, 1 89. <,3 11,702,049.35 55.'.52, 02. 6* 207.38 19.7'. 60.73 287.85 13.5 

PURCHASED SERVICES 5,3*2,166.59 1,710,550.56 20,939,567.2* 27,992, 28'..39 27.73 8.88 108.68 145.29 6.9 

SUPPLIES t MATERIALS 10,605.545.24 9,296,607.22 18,418,750.46 38,320,932.92 55.04 48.25 95.59 193.88 9.«. 

CAPITAL OUTLAY 428,622.30 759,729.28 2,305,214.99 3,493,566.57 2.22 3.94 11.96 18.12 .9 

OTHER OBJECTS 63.744.46 435,918.37 1,378,511.05 1,878,173.38 .33 2.26 7.15 9.7.. .5 

^°^^'- 257,849,915.32 34,782,847.85 114,524,043.12 407,156,806.29 1338.24 180.52 594.37 2, 113. "3 I CO. 

PERCENT OF TOTAL ,.■> , 

"■ '3.4 8.5 28.1 100.0 



11-301 



NORTHWEST REGIONAL EDUCATION CENTER 
(REGION 7) 

Charles P. Bentley, Director 

303 E. Street 

North Wilkesboro, N. C. 28659 

Administrative Units Served: 



Alexander 
Alleghany 
Ashe 
Avery 



Burke 
Caldwell 
Catawba 
Hi ckory 



Newton 
Davie 
Iredell 

Mooresville 




Statesville 
Surry 
El kin 
Mount Airy 

Pupil Accounting 



1982-83 
FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


THH EXCP 


TOTAL 


ENROLL 


8321 


8085 


8335 


6695 


8824 


927C 


0C29 


10074 


9715 


0199 


9351 


8024 


7451 


463 


411 


117247 


40M 


8CS3 


7890 


813'; 


e53S 


8658 


9107 


9828 


9876 


9497 


9618 


8769 


759C 


7209 


444 


415 


113672 


ADA 


7531 


7464 


7768 


816C 


8285 


870C 


9386 


9317 


8890 


8892 


820O 


7124 


6752 


404 






MLD 


8072 


7870 


8143 


8544 


8644 


9103 


9843 


9838 


9442 


9329 


8 389 


7331 


7108 


44 3 




10Ti«i 

'•3;5 


PRO" 


7697 


7236 


7738 


8197 


8414 


8928 


9676 


9438 


9150 


8488 


7587 


b<.n 


6892 


391 


392 


N-P 


375 


634 


405 


347 


23C 


175 


167 


400 


292 


841 


802 


414 


216 


52 




FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


THH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


ENR 


7744 


8 594 


7743 


8157 


8512 


86 32 


9212 


10075 


9784 


10043 


9239 


79 60 


7206 


♦ 44 


377 113727 


ADM 


76 84 


8575 


7698 


8H9 


8466 


85 90 


9167 


10031 


9732 


9951 


9131 


7901 


7161 


440 


37 


,; ii;uj.o 


ADA 


7407 


8308 


74 80 


7904 


8238 


8340 


8903 


9692 


9352 


9482 


8741 


7592 


6880 


419 





1 962-60 High Scliool Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer Schcnl Graduates) 



AMERICAN BLACK WHITE OTHER* TOTAL AMERICAN BLACK 

INDIAN INDIAN 



FEMALE 
WHITE 



TOTAL 

PERCENT 



r."^LTC SR. IN?T NC 

■'JiLi: S9. O'JT-STATE 



^■"IVATt 1R-. INST NC 
pr.IVATE 5R. DUTSTATE 



C-"V. COL I, TECH 'JC 

C.C. TECV- 0'JT-?TATE 
1 Ti;. 

?^ IVSTE JR. CCLL NC 
P-IVATE JR. OUTST'TE 
TLTiL 

Tf\DE, P'-'SINESS NC 
T-;;C, EUil OUTSTATE 

TCT JL 

■■II Ul TARY 
EVPLOVMEST 
OT'ERS •• 
Zri':^ TOTAL ••• 



515 

34 
549 

133 
41 
174 

712 

7 
719 



572 

36 
60fi 

155 

44 

199 

753 

8 

761 

69 



246 


1 


333 


10 50 


2 


1153 


248 





2 74 


3085 


15 


3460 



11 

1 


If.5 

^6 






176 
47 


3^1 
91 




7 
1 


12 


211 





223 


422 






89 


1122 


3 


lil*. 


I<(ft 7 


27 


2 









^ 


13 


90 


1126 


3 


1219 


1960 


2=". 




^ 


44 





47 


116 




'- 





e 





e 


15 




9 


3 


52 





55 






18 


122 





140 


16V 



3 


4 

7 


6 


16 





22 


40 


24 


138 





162 


218 




28 


40 





6S 


401 


5 


■' 


98 


80 5 


3 


906 


2059 


29 


.2 


47 


297 





345 


619 


8 


.p 


367 


3i'27 


8 


3603 


TC^ 


10 


.0 



• ;-CLU?FS HISTANICS, ALASKAN NATIVES. AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
•«I'.C:JD£S INFORMATION NOT AVAILABLE, MARRIED, ETC. 



11-302 



Northwtisi 'ii?.gional Eduo tion Center 



1983-64 Public School Persono-*' Summery 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGK^'ENT 



SCUPCE CF FLNCS 



OACc/ETMNIC ORIGIM 



CLASSIFICATION 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LCCAL 


VCCAT 


TOTAL 


KALE 


FEPALE 


HUTC 


DLACK 


OTHER 


CFFICIAL./iCf':. ,^•CHS. 


73 


8 


15 


11 


107 


76 


31 


13* 


3 




PRINCIPALS 


22t 




1 




277 


?'J7 


20 


?15 


1? 




ASST PPINC, TEACHING 


22 




3 




25 


20 


5 


22 


3 






88 




5 




03 


75 


18 


88 


5 




ELEMENTARY TEAChERS 


2817 


87 


173 


28 


3105 


367 


2738 


2911 


192 


2 


SECONDARY tFACHFRS 


1221 


33 


91 


358 


1703 


765 


938 


1621 


75 


7 


OTHER TEACt-ERS 


''22 


171 


62 


108 


773 


190 


583 


733 


*0 






117 


10 


8 


11 


1^.6 


36 


110 


136 


10 




PSYCHOLOGICAL 


17 


i. 


1 




22 


9 


13 


22 






IIBRARIA'J.ALOIOVISUAL 


2ce 


2 


23 




233 


11 


222 


221 


10 


2 


CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 


36 


10 


12 


5 


63 


18 


<i5 


52 


1 




OTHER PROFESSIONAL 


^7 


26 


17 




■50 


25 


65 


86 


* 




TEACHER AIDES 


ITiS 


120 


130 


18 


1613 


19 


159* 


1*92 


118 


3 


TECHNICIANS 


6 




31 




37 


13 


2* 


37 






CLERICAL. SECRETARIAL 


2<5 


19 


213 


7 


50* 


6 


<.98 


*89 


1* 


1 


SERVICE WORKERS 


5S<. 


«3 


1120 




1757 


',1', 


13*3 


1508 


2*5 


* 


SKILLED CRAFTS 


73 




102 




175 


173 


2 


16S 


7 




LAQURERS, UNSKILLED 


18 




6 




2* 


20 


* 


19 


5 




TTTAL 


76C5 


533 


2013 


5-16 


10697 


2'.'.'. 


8253 


993* 


7** 


19 



» VOCATICNAl TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID < FPROX I-A TELY 62.18PCT FRa« STATE, 
25.6*PCT FROf- LUCAL, AND U.18PCT FRO" FECCRAL FUNDS. 



1982-63 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AKJUNTS EXPENDED, BY SOURCE 



LEi 
«EOION 7 
SALAD I ES 

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 
PURCHASED SERVICES 
SUPPLIES t MATERIALS 
CAPITAL OUTLAY 
OTHER OBJECTS 
TOTAL 
PERCENT OF TOTAL 



ADM STATE 

111.672 

119, 89*, 322. 30 

23, 6**, 677. 15 

2,*09,008.70 

7,*90,603.76 

23S ,88*. 62 

2*,*78.30 

1S3,699,17<>.83 

69.9 



11,187,380.03 

2,370,035.93 

*$3, 218.51 

♦,981,0*7.1* 

*62,38*.68 

217,698. ?8 

19,671,765.27 

8.9 



LOCAL 



PER PUPIL EXPENOITU-E 
STATE FEDERAL LOCAL 



22, *81,*57. 75 153,563,150.08 105*. 7* 98.42 197.77 1, 
5, 100, 29*. 55 31.115,007.63 208.01 20.85 *'..e7 

6,2*2,221.63 9,10*,**8.8* 21.19 3.99 5*. 91 



11,670.251.13 
318,375.9* 
9*2,718.26 

*6, 755, 319. 26 
21.2 



2*. 1*2, 102.03 65.90 *3.82 102.67 

1,016,6*5.2* 2-08 *.07 2.80 

1, 18*. 895. 5* .22 1.92 8.29 

220.126.259.35 1352.1* 173.07 *ll.31 1, 
100.0 





PERCENT 


TOTAL 


OF 


TOTAL 


350.93 




i's.e 


273.73 




I*. I 


00.09 




*.i 


212. SI 




u.o 


8.95 




.5 



11-303 



WESTERN REGIONAL EDUCATION CENTER 
(REGION 8) 

Marvin B. Smith, Director 
102 Old Clyde Road 
Canton, N. C. 28716 

Administrative Units Served: 



Buncombe 

Asheville 
Cherolkee 
Clay 



Graham 

Haywood 

Henderson 



Jackson 

Macon 
Madison 



Hendersonville McDowell 




Mitchell 
Polk 

Tryon 
Rutherford 



Swam 

Transylvania^ 

Yancey 



Pupil Accounting 



FINAL 



10 



1 1 



U 



TfH EXCP TOTSL 



ENROLL 

AO"* 

ADA 

MLD 

PRC^ 

N-P 



6772 6B69 

6't65 6592 

59:17 6193 

b't'iZ 6588 

6139 6188 

303 ADO 



tsei 

6735 
6375 
bl2'< 
6501 
223 



7176 
6S2A 



6756 
161 



7'i37 
7223 



657C 6861 
6917 72<iC 



713* 
106 



7^*79 
723<i 
686C 
72A* 
717<i 
7C 



8207 
79'il 
7532 
79*5 
7816 
129 



8352 
8C81 
7582 
8073 
7817 
256 



8C8<i 8758 

780<. 8200 

7266 7557 

7772 7937 

7557 6956 

215 981 



7828 
7 3*6 
68*5 
7101 
6517 
58* 



6636 
6*53 
6C17 
6260 



6*85 
6275 
58*6 
6180 



59C9 6C20 



291 
320 



325 
333 

301 
3*1 



251 



160 



97922 

93928 
B6C33 
'■308'! 
8 910 

'>i8-i 



1983-8* 
FIPST MO 



ENR 
AOM 



6585 
6*99 



6 796 
673* 



6*98 
6*62 



6762 6971 7321 7378 8208 
6710 6927 7280 7333 8155 



8059 8506 76*7 6877 6213 
7995 8*07 7568 6806 6168 



6221 6505 6269 6513 5720 705* 7087 7873 7572 7985 7235 5*88 5857 



1962-63 High School Groduote Intentions 

(Includes 1982 Summer School Graduates) 



MH EXCP 


vcta:. 


319 327 


9**67 


315 327 


93686 



t 


AFRICAN 
I N? 1 AN 


PLACK 


WHITE 


p^yiic sp. :\sT Nc 


2 


36 


53* 


= -Li: SP. 9jT-STSTr 


C 


•, 


*6 


T. ':;l 


' 


*0 


580 


pp:vArE :r. in-st mc 


1 


15 


101 


PKI.'iTE SR. rUTSTATE 





8 


65 


KTAL 


1 


23 


167 


CC^-' COLL. TECK ^C 


■= 


23 


659 


C.C. rECh OUT-STATE 


c 


3 


15 


r:'iL 


3 


25 


58* 


PRI.ATE JR. COLL NC 


1 


* 


71 


P-iVATE JR. OUTSTATE 


C 


1 


18 


TOTAL 


1 


5 


89 



TOTAL AMERICAN BLACK 
INDI AN 



jTf.L 

I'FOCE'T 



T-'i?E, BUSINESS NC 
TPJ9E, BUS! OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

«: L IT4SY 

ExPLavME^'T 

CTfTRS •• 

G=,-".: TOTAL *»• 



13 
50 

307 

878 

133 

2868 



352 

951 

145 

!1U 



575 

f.27 

16? 
51 
223 

857 
18 

875 



37 

653 

2?0 

2 80 8 



527 
S5 

f-S? 

17* 

52 
236 

"21 



135 
*2 9 



96 


173 


13 


32 


109 


205 


58 


?8 


11 


2". 


7« 


112 


55 


*T8 


730 


l'.'"! 


2*? 


3S7 


307S 


6190 



1.7 
21.1 



5.9 



2.1 
3.5 
3.3 

1.* 

0.4 
1.8 



27.2 
6.3 



rXLUDES HISPAMCS. ALASKAN NATIVES, AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
■K.ClJOES INFORMATION NOT AVAILABLE, MARRIED, ETC. 



11-304 



Western Regional Education Center 



1983-64 Public School Personnel Summery 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT 



SCURCE Cf FLNCS 



RAC6/ETMNIC ORIGIN 



CLASSIFICATION 



STATE fECERAl LCCAL 



FEMALE WUTE 



CFFICIAL, Ant's. .I-CRS. 


5S 


9 


19 


3 


90 


61 


29 


90 






PRINCIPALS 


IS* 








194 


178 


16 


188 


6 




ASST PRINC. TEACHING 


12 




2 




14 


U 


3 


11 


3 




ASST PRINC, NCNTEACHING 


ei 




* 




85 


66 


19 


81 


4 




ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 


22*9 


9<, 


155 


9 


2507 


314 


2193 


2403 


100 


4 


SECONDARY TEACHERS 


1067 


29 


1C5 


260 


1461 


651 


810 


1414 


44 


3 


CTHEP TEACHERS 


«<i2 


157 


SO 


114 


803 


204 


599 


761 


19 


3 


GUIDANCE 


<;<) 


6 


13 


17 


135 


42 


93 


131 


3 


1 


PSYCMOLCGICAL 


11 


6 


2 




19 


6 


13 


19 






LIBRARIAN, AUOICVISUAL 


lit 


I 


26 




133 


7 


176 


182 


1 




CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 


'iO 


S 


8 


4 


60 


18 


42 


58 


2 




OTHER PROFESSIONAL 


57 


36 


23 


2 


118 


30 


88 


113 


5 




TEACHER AIDES 


1121 


154 


159 


26 


1463 


19 


1441 


1380 


69 


11 


TECHNICIANS 


2 




1* 




16 


9 


7 


16 






CI EPICAL, SECRETARIAL 


253 


13 


1S7 


3 


46'. 


16 


450 


455 


11 




SERVICE WCRKFRS 


62'i 


1 


8 76 




156l 


396 


1105 


1374 


123 


4 


SKILLfC CRAFTS 


to 




126 




186 


136 




174 


10 




LABORERS, UNSKILLED 


92 




39 




131 


38 


43 


123 


A 




TOTAL 


6619 


51* 


165fl 


',38 


94?') 


230? 


7127 


8-;93 


4CS 


28 



VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 62.!bPCT FROM STATE, 
25.64PLT fkCf LOCAL, AND 12.18PCT FROK FEDERAL FUNDS. 



19d2-d0 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED, BY SOURCE 



LEA 
REGION e 
SALARIES 

ENPLOYEE BENEFITS 
PURCHASED SERVICES 
SUPPLIES t MATERIALS 
CAPITAL OUTLAY 
OTHER OBJECTS 
TOTAL 
PERCENT OF TOTAL 



AOK STATE 

98,946,162.27 

19,721,529.85 

1. 768,031.86 

6,697,592.45 

222,74B.22 

30,746.09 

127,386,810.74 

66.9 



10,264,163.69 

2,249,532.83 

508,569.79 

4,460,852.14 

539,983.60 

361,163.23 

18,384,265.28 

9.7 



21,519,835.25 

4,523,200.81 

6,158,266.82 

10,651,115.53 

473,067.94 

1,325,133.65 

44,650,620.00 

23.4 



PER PUPIL EKPENDITUKE 

TOTAL STATE FEDERAL LOCAL 

130,730,161.21 1053.43 109.28 229.11 1 

26,494,263.49 209.96 23.95 48.16 

8,434,868.47 18.82 5.41 65.56 

21,809,560.12 71.31 47.49 113. ".0 

1,235,799.76 2.37 5.75 5.04 

1,717,042.97 .33 3.85 14.11 

190,421,696.02 1356.22 195.73 475.38 2 
100.0 



PERCENT 
TOTAL OF TOTAL 



J9l. 82 

282.07 
89.79 

232.20 
13.16 
18.29 

027.33 



68. 7 
13.9 



11-305 



STATE LIBRARY OF NORTH CAROLINA 



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