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North Carolina 
Public Schools 

Statistic 
Pro r 

1985 M H1K> 



N-C. DOCUMENTS 

MR 9* 1986 

N. C. STATE LIBRARY 
RALEIGH 




FOR ADDITIONAL COPIES, WRITE OR CALL: 

SCHOOL-COMMUNITY RELATIONS 

NORTH CAROLINA DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

RALEIGH, N. C. 27611 

(919) 733-4258 



We wish to thank the Minnesota Department of Education, Public Information/ Publications Section 
for allowing us to adapt the artwork for the cover. 



North Carolina Public Schools 



Statistical 




Profile 
1985 



North Carolina Board of Education 
Controller's Office 
Division of Planning and Research 
1985 



Digitized by the Internet Archive 

in 2011 with funding from 
State Library of North Carolina 



http://www.archive.org/details/statisticalprofi1985nort 



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 eleventh 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 iii 

PART I: STATE SUMMARY 

PUPIL INFORMATION 1-1 

Pupil Accounting 1-1 

Enrollment 1-1 

Average Daily Membership 1-1 

Average Daily Attendance 1-2 

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

Extended School Day Enrollment 1-2 

Non-Promotion Rate by Grade 1-9 

Projected Final Average Daily Membership 1-13 

Exceptional Pupils Report 1-13 

Pupil Membership by Race/Ethnic Origin 1-13 

High School Graduates 1-25 

1984 High School Graduate Intentions 1-25 

Projections of High School Graduates 1-28 

Estimated Annual High School Dropout Rates 1-32 

NORTH CAROLINA PUBLIC SCHOOL PERSONNEL 1-36 

North Carolina Public School Personnel Summary 1-36 

Experience Status of Instructional Personnel 1-36 

Highest Degree Held by Professional Personnel 1-36 

Teacher Profile 1-44 

Selected Characteristics of Public School Staff 1-45 

FINANCIAL INFORMATION 1-49 

Analysis of Current Expense 1-49 

Local Revenues and Expenditures for Public Education . . . 1-69 

Transportation 1-73 

COURSE MEMBERSHIP SUMMARY 1-76 

PART II: LOCAL EDUCATION AGENCIES 

NOTES OF TERMINOLOGY USED TN STATISTICAL TABLES 

OF LOCAL EDUCATION AGENCIES II- 1 

Alamance II-4 

Burlington II-6 

Alexander II-8 

Alleghany 11-10 

Anson 11-12 

Ashe 11-14 

Avery 11-16 



Beaufort 11-18 

Washington City 11-20 

Bertie 11-22 

Bladen 11-24 

Brunswick 11-26 

Buncombe 11-28 

Asheville 11-30 

Burke 11-32 

Cabarrus 11-34 

Kannapolis TI-36 

Caldwell 11-38 

Camden 11-40 

Carteret 11-42 

Caswell 11-44 

Catawba 11-46 

Hickory 11-48 

Newton 11-50 

Chatham 11-52 

Cherokee 11-54 

Chowan 11-56 

Clay 11-58 

Cleveland 11-60 

Kings Mountain 11-62 

Shelby 11-64 

Columbus 11-66 

Whiteville 11-68 

Craven 11-70 

Cumberland 11-72 

Fayetteville 11-74 

Currituck 11-76 

Dare 11-78 

Davidson 11-80 

Lexington 11-82 

Thomasville 11-84 

Davie 11-86 

Duplin 11-88 

Durham 11-90 

Durham City 11-92 

Edgecombe 11-94 

Tarboro 11-96 

Forsvth 11-98 

Franklin 11-100 

Franklinton 11-102 

Gaston 11-104 

Gates 11-106 

Graham 11-108 



Granville 11-110 

Greene ..'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 11-112 

Guilford 11-114 

Greensboro 11-116 

High Point ' 11-118 

Halifax 11-120 

Roanoke Rapids TI-122 

Weldon 11-124 

Harnett 11-176 

Haywood Il-1?8 

Henderson 11-130 

Hendersonville 11-132 

Hertford ' 11-134 

Hoke 11-136 

H >' de 11-138 

Irede11 11-140 

Mooresville 11-14? 

Statesville 11-144 

Jackson 11-146 

Johnston IT-148 

Jones 11-150 

Lee 11-152 

Lenoir 11-154 

Kinston 11-156 

Lincoln 11-158 

Macon 11-160 

Madison 11-162 

Martin '. '. 11-164 

McDowell 11-166 

Mecklenburg 11-168 

M1 tchell .'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 11-170 

Montgomery 11-172 

Moore 11-174 

Nash 11-176 

Rocky Mount 11-178 

New Hanover 11-180 

Northampton 11-182 

Onslow 11-184 

Orange 11-186 

Chapel Hill 11-188 

Pamlico 11-190 

Pasquotank 11-192 

Pender 11-194 

Perquimans 11-196 

Person 11-198 

Pltt 11-200 

Greenville 11-202 

Polk . '. '. 11-204 



Tryon 11-206 

Randolph 11-208 

Asheboro 11-210 

Richmond 11-212 

Robeson 11-214 

Fairmont 11-216 

Lumberton 11-218 

Red Springs 11-220 

Saint Pauls 11-222 

Rockingham 11-224 

Eden 11-226 

Western Rockingham 11-228 

Reidsville 11-230 

Rowan 11-232 

Salisbury 11-234 

Rutherford 11-236 

Sampson 11-238 

Clinton 11-240 

Scotland 11-242 

Stanly 11-244 

Albemarle 11-246 

Stokes 11-248 

Surry 11-250 

Elkin 11-252 

Mount Airy 11-254 

Swain 11-256 

Transylvania 11-258 

Tyrrell 11-260 

Union 11-262 

Monroe . . . 11-264 

Vance 11-266 

Wake 11-268 

Warren 11-270 

Washington 11-272 

Watauga 11-274 

Wayne 11-276 

Goldsboro 11-278 

Wilkes 11-280 

Wilson 11-282 

Yadkin 11-284 

Yancey 11-286 

Northeast Regional Education Center 11-288 

Southeast Regional Education Center 11-290 

Central Regional Education Center 11-292 

South Central Regional Education Center 11-294 

North Central Regional Education Center 11-296 

Southwest Regional Education Center 11-298 

Northwest Regional Education Center 11-300 

Western Regional Education Center 11-302 



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 bv Grade 1-5 

Table 4 Membership Last Day by Grade T-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 Extended School Day Enrollment 1-10 

Table 9 Proiected State Final Average Daily Membership 

by Grade 1-14 

Table 10 Proiected Final Average Dailv Membership bv LEA .... T— 1 5 

Table 11 Pupils in Membership Being Served by Exceptional 

Children Programs 1-18 

Table 12 Pupils in Membership by Race and Sex, 1984-85 1-21 

Table 13 Pupil Membership by Race /Ethnic Origin 1-24 

Table 14 1984 High School Graduates Intentions 1-26 

Table 15 Intentions of High School Graduates - A Five Year 

History 1-27 

Table 16 Projection of Public High School Graduates 1-29 

Table 17 Estimated Annual High School Dropout Rates 1-33 

Table 18 Public School Full-Time Personnel, 1984-85 1-37 

Table 19 Experience Status of Instructional Personnel, 1984-85 . 1-38 

Table 20 Highest Degree Held bv Professional Personnel, 

1984-85 1-41 

Table 21 Teacher Profile bv Subject Area, 1984-85 1-44 



Table 22 Selected Characteristics of Public School Staff, 

1984-85 1-46 

Table 23 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds, 

1983-84 1-50 

Table 24 Distribution of the Dollar for Public Education, 

1983-84 1-51 

Table 25 Comparison of Per Pupil Expenditures 1-52 

Table 26 Per Pupil Expenditure Rankings, 1983-84 1-53 

Table 27 Per Pupil Expenditure Rankings, 1983-84 

(Excluding School Food Service Expenditures) 1-56 

Table 28 1983-84 Revenue 1-59 

Table 29 Current Expense Expenditures by Purpose Codes, 

1983-84 1-60 

Table 30 Capital Outlay Expenditures by Source of Funds, 

1983-84 " 1-68 

Table 31 County Revenue and Expenditures for Public Education, 

1982-83 1-70 

Table 32 1982 Per Capita Personal Income by Counties 1-72 

Table 33 Student Transportation on Public School Buses, 

1983-84 1-73 

Table 34 Course Membership Summary, 1984-85 1-74 



Part I. State Summary 



PUPIL INFORMATION 



The Department of Public Education collects pupil accounting data monthly. 
This information provides the core of the data bank used in decision-making, 
planning, allocation of funds, and evaluation, as well as measuring compliance 
with federal and state regulations. Following are descriptions and tables of 
information on the educational system and students of the State of North 
Carolina. 



Pupil Accounting 

Pupil accounting data are among the most useful and valuable sources of 
information available to educators and administrators on both state and local 
levels 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 twentv school days each. From this report enrollment (ENROLL), 
average daily membership (ADM) , and average daily attendance (ADA) are 
calculated. From the ninth month report, membership-last-day (MLD) , promotions 
(PROM), and non-promotions (N-P) are derived. Tables 1-6 summarize these data 
by grade beginning with the 1974-75 school year and extending to 1983-84. 

The pupil accounting terms used in this publication are defined as 
follows: 

Enrollment: The term enrollment represents the number of pupils 
registered in the state's public schools. Once a pupil is initially 
counted in the enrollment figure, he/she remains in that count 
throughout the school year. Students transferring to the North 
Carolina public school system from another state and non-public 
school students entering the public schools are added to enrollment; 
however, it is not reduced by transfers, withdrawals, deaths, or 
midyear graduations. Once a pupil is initially counted in the 
enrollment, therefore, he remains in that count throughout the school 
year. The end of the year enrollment thus shows a higher count than 
the number of students in actual membership. 

Average Daily Membership: The total number of school days within a 
given term or school year 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 for all 
students over the school year divided by the number of days school 
was in session. 



1-1 



Average Daily Attendance : Attendance is the presence of a student on 
days when school is in session. A student is counted as present only 
when he is actually at school, present at another activity sponsored 
by the school as part of the school's program, or personally 
supervised by a member of the staff. The total number of davs of 
attendance for all students divided by the total number of school 
days 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 
membership on the last dav 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. 

Extended School Day Program : The North Carolina State Board of 
Education provided the option to schools to extend the regular school 
day into the late afternoon and early evening hours in an attempt to 
help solve the social and economic problems created and perpetuated 
by students dropping out of the public school system each year. The 
intent of this program is not to compete with tbe existing school 
programs or to shorten the time required for graduation. First 
priority in recruitment of students is for those who have dropped out 
or are on the verge of dropping out. The extended-day setting is 
meant to offer students flexible hours of operation, creative 
curriculum design and application, activities relevant to their 
needs, and the opportunity to work and go to school at the same 
time. Participation in the program may also lead to graduation, 
provide for re-entry into the regular school day program, and 
help provide students with employable skills. 

Table 7 lists the local education agencies that are operating 
extended school day programs and the enrollment by grade level as of 
the third month of school. It should be noted that extended school 
day students are included in all tables unless specifically noted. 



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Non-Promotion Rate by Grade 

Statewide non-promotion rates over an eight-year period are presented in 
Table 7 below. The non-promotion rates for local education agencies can be 
calculated by dividing the number of students not promoted (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 LEAs, 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 


: 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


Total 


1976-77 


1.4 


8.6 


4.7 


3.0 


2. 1 


1.6 


1.8 


4.5 


4.9 


10.3 


12.8 


8.1 


3.8 


5.3 


1977-78 


3.0 


9.4 


5.5 


4.2 


3.1 


2.7 


2.9 


6.1 


6.2 


12.6 


15.3 


9.3 


4.3 


6.7 


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 


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6. 1 


12.6 


13.5 


8.0 


3.8 


6.3 


1981-82 


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9.4 


5. 1 


3.5 


2.6 


2. 1 


2.3 


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5.8 


12.3 


12.8 


7.8 


3.6 


6.0 


1982-83 


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9.2 


5.0 


3.6 


2.6 


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2.6 


6.4 


5.6 


12.1 


12.0 


7.3 


3.8 


6.0 


1983-84 


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9.4 


5.2 


3.7 


3.2 


2.7 


3.4 


6.7 


6.2 


14.3 


12.5 


8.1 


4.1 


6.6 



* 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 



Table 8 



EXTENDED DAY PROGRAM ENROLLMENT, 1984-85 



UNIT NAME 


9TH 


10TH 


11TH 


12TH 


TOTAL 


ALAMANCE COUNTY 


11 


9 


11 


12 


43 


3URLINGTON CITY 


ID 


9 


2 


7 


23 


ALEXANDER COUNTY 


2 


5 


7 


19 


3 3 


ALLEGHANY COUNTY 

















ANSON COUNTY 

















ASHE COUNTY 

















AVERY COUNTY 


3 





1 


ID 


14 


3EAUF0RT COUNTY 








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WASHINGTON CITY 


43 


16 


26 


15 


100 


35RTIE COUNTY 


4 


5 


9 


9 


27 


-LADEN COUNTY 


56 


39 


16 


21 


132 


BRUNSWICK COUNTY 


12 


17 


19 


27 


75 


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a 














ASHEVILLE CITY 


21 


22 


17 


21 


31 


i'JRKE COUNTY 


12 


7 


6 


9 


34 


CABARRUS COUNTY 











a 





KANNAPOLIS CITY 














3 


CALDWELL COUNTY 


6 


11 


12 


22 


51 


CAMDEN COUNTY 

















CART6PET COUNTY 





D 











CASWELL COUNTY 





a 





D 


D 


CATAWRA COUNTY 


17 


25 


29 


3 3 


112 


HICKORY CITY 

















.NEWTON CITY 

















CHATHAM COUNTY 


n 


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CHEROKEE COUNTY 

















CHOWAN COUNTY 


13 


15 


IS 


15 


66 


CLAY COUNTY 














D 


CLEVELAND COUNTY 








C 








KINGS MTN CITY 


14 


8 


3 


2 


27 


3HEL3Y CITY 


3^ 


14 


14 


6 


63 


COLUNHUS COUNTY 


7 


13 


6 


6 


32 


WHiTEVILLE CITY 


21 


13 


3 


10 


52 


CRAVEN COUNTY 


22 


21 


10 


24 


77 


CUM3EKLA.N0 COUNTY 


23 


25 


15 


13 


76 


FXYETTEVILLE CITY 


7 


5 


5 


10 


27 


CURRITUCK COUNTY 


7 


7 


7 


13 


39 


DARE COUNTY 


20 


13 


9 


11 


53 


OAVIOSON COUNTY 


32 


23 


30 


21 


111 


LEXINGTON CITY 

















THOMASVILLE CITY 


9 


7 


5 


? 


30 


DAVIE COUNTY 

















DUPLIN COUNTY 














D 


DURHAM COUNTY 


31 


41 


26 


3 


101 


DURHAM CITY 


42 


19 


10 


12 


33 


EOGECO.VSE COUNTY 








Q 


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TARHOP.O CITY 


o 


a 











FORSYTH COUNTY 


192 


147 


73 


60 


472 


FRANKLIN COUNTY 





a 











FRANKLINTON CITY 





o 











G^STD•| COUNTY 


39 


39 


37 


25 


140 


C\TES COUNTY 








D 








GRAHAM COUNTY 


o 


D 











JRANVILLE COUNTY 











D 





G2EENE COUNTY 


G 











3 



1-10 



Table 8 

(continued) 
EXTENDED DAY PROGRAM ENROLLMENT, 1984-85 



'J.J IT NAME 


9TH 


10TH 


11TH 


12TH 


TOTAL 


GUILFORD COUNTY 


p 


3 





J 





GREENSBORO CITY 


195 


38 


30 


19 


232 


HIGH POINT CITY 


51 


33 


27 


21 


132 


HALIFAX COUNTY 


2^ 


3 3 


3^ 


^6 


143 


ROANOKE RAPIDS CITY 

















HELDON CITY 





3 


c 








HaR.NETT county 


D 














HAYWOOD COUNTY 


C 


3 











HENDERSON COUNTY 





3 











HENOERSONVILLE CITY 





n 











HERTFORD COUNTY 


3 


i 


2 


13 


3 


HOKE COUNTY 


5 


■3 


1 


3 


a 


HYDE COUNTY 





3 











IREDELL COUNTY 


3 


G 





c 





MCORESVILLE CITY 


3 





J 








STATESVILLE CITY 


LI 


9 


5 


2 


27 


JACKSON COUNTY 


3 


3 








Q 


JOHNSTON COUNTY 

















JONES COUMTY 

















LEE COUNTY 





17 


Q 


5 


28 


LENOIR COUNTY 





3 











KINSTON CITY 








Q 








LINCOLN COUNTY 


3 


3 








D 


MACON COUNTY 





3 








C 


MADISON COUNTY 





3 








n 


MARTIN COUNTY 


1 


3 





Q 


T 


MCDOWELL COUNTY 


5 


19 


2 


23 


72 


MECKLENBURG COUNTY 


7 


", 


5 


22 


42 


MITCHELL COUNTY 





3 








G 


MONTGOMERY COUNTY 


10 


3 


1 


1 


15 


MJORE COUNTY 


3 


3 








C 


NASH COUNTY 





3 


J 





n 


ROCKY MOUNT CITY 








D 





c 


NEfl HANOVER COUNTY 





124 


l<+ 


54 


202 


NORTHAMPTON COUNTY 


I 


9 


8 


19 


37 


ONSLOW COUNTY 


3- 


39 


<t9 


?1 


177 


flRANGE COUNTY 


3 


3 





G 





CHAPEL HILL CARR3QR0 





3 











PAMLICO COUNTY 


n 


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3 


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PENDER COUNTY 


3 


<t 


d 


14 


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PERSON COUNTY 


o 


3 











PITT COUMTY 

















GREENVILLE CITY 


2 : 


3? 


23 


21 


113 


POLK COUNTY 








q 








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u 








RANDOLPH COUNTY 


L2 


6 


3 


o 


32 


ASHE3CR0 CITY 





3 


J 


3 





RICHMOND COUNTY 


■> 


1 


3 


2 


9 


y.CDESU"' COUNTY 


23 


22 


It 


13 


77 


FAIRMONT CITY 


Q 





C 


C 





LUM3ERTON CITY 





3 











RED SPRINGS CITY 


3 


3 











SAI jT 'A'JLS CITY 


.3 


3 








3 



1-11 



Table 8 

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EXTENDED DAY PROGRAM ENROLLMENT, 1984-85 



UNIT MME 


OTH 


LOTH 


L1TH 


12TH 


TOTAL 


ROCKINGHAM COUNTY 

















EDEN CITY 

















■WESTERN ROCKINGHAM 

















^EIOSVILLE CITY 


n 


Q 





c 





?0'WAN COUNTY 

















SALISBURY CITY 

















RUTHERFORD COUNTY 

















Sampson county 

















CLINTON CITY 

















SCOTLAND COUNTY 








g 








STANLY COUNTY 

















ALBEMARLE CITY 

















STOKES COUNTY 








o 








SURRY COUNTY 


7 


3 


12 


14 


36 


ELKIN CITY 

















MOUNT AIRY CITY 


15 


3 


4 


2 


24 


SWAIN COUNTY 

















TRANSYLVANIA COUNTY 


n 














TYRRELL COUNTY 

















U.N I ON COUNTY 


13 


6 


14 


19 


52 


MONROE CITY 

















VANCE COUNTY 


23 


19 


3 


14 


54 


WAKE COUNTY 


4-1 


39 


2 a 


40 


148 


WARREN COUNTY 








3 








WASHINGTON COUNTY 


8 


5 


10 


2 


25 


WATAUGA COUNTY 


-> 


7 


13 


18 


40 


WAYNE COUNTY 


3 


2 


2 





7 


GOLDSBORO CITY 

















WILKES COUNTY 


15 


30 


12 


31 


38 


WILSON COUNTY 


9 


5 





2 


16 


YAOKIN COUNTY 


1 


3 


3 


29 


46 


YanCEY COUNTY 








C 










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1127 


310 


971 


4138 



1-12 



Projected Final Average Daily Membership 

The method used in the projection of school final average daily 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. Table 9 
summarizes ADM projections by grade level for the state while Table 10 gives 
the projected final ADM for each LEA. 



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 11 represent an unduplicated count of students 
(ages 0-21) who have a required Individual Education Plan (IEP) 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-survev 
years, the same data is collected bv 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 12 is a summary of the pupils in membership for 1984-85 by race and 
sex for each LEA and also gives state totals. 



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Table 10 

PROJECTED FINAL AVERAGE DAILY MEMBERSHIP BY LEA 



LEA NAME 


1985-36 


1986-37 


1 987-88 


1988-89 


1989-90 


ALAMANCE COUNTY 


10096 


9869 


9640 


9377 


9172 


BURLINGTON CITY 


6 8 33 


6663 


6512 


6341 


6186 


ALEXANDER COUNTY 


4360 


4«04 


4 764 


4688 


4629 


ALLEGHANY COUNTY 


1639 


1612 


1565 


1503 


1474 


fVNSON COUNTY 


5034 


5020 


5016 


4964 


4927 


ASHE COUNTY 


3 365 


3825 


3 777 


3^00 


3628 


AVERY COUNTY 


2 8? 3 


2755 


2738 


2697 


2648 


BEAUFORT COUNTY 


V34 7 


4303 


4219 


4143 


4053 


WASHINGTON CITY 


3781 


3753 


1677 


3559 


3478 


BERTIE COUNTY 


4221 


4203 


4181 


4185 


4145 


RIADEN COUNTY 


607Q 


5985 


5898 


5772 


5695 


BRUNSWICK COUNTY 


3263 


8258 


8348 


8418 


8421 


BUNCOMBE COUNTY 


21683 


71377 


21090 


20723 


20418 


ASHEVILLE CITY 


4725 


4658 


4595 


457? 


4537 


BUPKE COUNTY 


12375 


12218 


12002 


11782 


11639 


CABARRUS COUNTY 


12308 


12140 


120^3 


11965 


11866 


KANNAPOl IS CITY 


4527 


4413 


4349 


4302 


4226 


CALDWELL COUNTY 


12465 


12142 


11830 


11550 


11307 


CAMDEN COUNTY 


1090 


1082 


106 7 


1028 


1017 


CARTFPE T COUNTY 


7552 


7643 


T 824 


8017 


8158 


CASWELL COUNTY 


3841 


3789 


3 75 3 


3713 


3669 


CATAWBA COUNTY 


12754 


12613 


12 546 


12378 


12197 


HICKORY CITY 


4292 


41Q8 


4095 


3994 


3883 


NEWTON C ITY 


?92l 


2396 


2888 


2879 


2853 


CHATHAM CT'UNTY 


5 744 


5664 


565 p, 


5602 


5583 


CHFROKFE COUNTY 


3713 


3663 


3606 


3537 


3457 


CHOWAN COUNTY 


2359 


2342 


7307 


2 280 


2244 


CLAY COUNTY 


1283 


1703 


129? 


1283 


1280 


CLFVELANO COUNTY 


3412 


3242 


8065 


788° 


7740 


KINGS ' ,T N CITY 


40^3 


405^ 


4015 


3903 


3932 


SHELBY C ITY 


3 5T7 


3434 


3334 


3 2 54 


3182 


COLUMPUS COUNTY 


7<103 


7795 


769^ 


7663 


7593 


WHITEVILLF C ITY 


2718 


2694 


7665 


2647 


2624 


CRAVED COUNTY 


13439 


13638 


1^743 


13844 


13875 


CUMBERLAND COUNT 


35021 


35157 


35275 


35365 


35327 


FAYETTFVIILF CIT 


7918 


7805 


7665 


7512 


7375 


CURRITUCK C n UNTY 


2?8l 


7 2 7? 


7310 


2383 


2388 


DA^E CnuNTY 


2 506 


2 6 74 


2 301 


2°60 


3132 


DAVIDSON C°UN TV 


15 770 


1558« 


15403 


15217 


14987 


LFXINGTON CITY 


3 300 


3224 


3135 


3083 


3019 


THOMASVILLF CITY 


2 539 


2501 


7 461 


7400 


2364 


DAVIE C n W TY 


4TA7 


46 87 


4 5^4 


4494 


4407 


DUPLIN COUNTY 


«123 


8003 


7914 


7874 


7741 


DURHAM COU M TY 


16 513 


16479 


I 641 7 


16220 


16168 


DURHAM CI T Y 


3510 


"502 


3502 


8454 


8464 


FDGECO^RE COUNTY 


5382 


5286 


52? 7 


5 144 


5100 


TAR-BORr" CITY 


3 140 


3126 


3122 


3127 


3105 


rORSYTH C P UNTY 


38 726 


38595 


38365 


38097 


37769 


CPANKl Ifi CPUN T Y 


4374 


43*^ 


4363 


4365 


4373 



1-15 



Table 10 

(continued) 
PROJECTED FINAL AVERAGE DAILY MEMBERSHIP BY LEA 



LFA NAME 


1985-86 


] 986-87 


1987-P3 


1988-89 


198^-90 


FPANKLINTON CITY 


127? 


1263 


1242 


1220 


1208 


GASTON CCUf'TY 


31489 


3106S 


30667 


30 119 


29562 


GATES CPUMTY 


1647 


1*99 


1613 


1588 


1594 


GPAHAM COUNTY 


1423 


1390 


1391 


1 359 


1342 


GRANVTLLE COUNTY 


6 365 


6314 


6170 


6 067 


6000 


GPEENF COUNTY 


29U 


2 8 70 


2843 


2848 


2825 


GUILFFPP COUNTY 


2345 7 


23221 


77030 


2246? 


22084 


GFEENSPORH C ITY 


21?* 8 


20941 


206^8 


20201 


19909 


HIGH PHINT CITY 


9 373 


8238 


P080 


7960 


7880 


HALIFAX COUNTY 


6665 


6593 


6533 


6 428 


6358 


POANOKF R API PS C 


2583 


25P8 


2571 


2559 


2542 


WFLDPN C ITY 


1266 


1241 


1212 


1 196 


1160 


HARNETT COUNTY 


114*3 


11430 


11411 


11382 


11313 


HAYWOOD COUNTY 


788? 


7709 


7536 


7401 


7250 


HENDEPSPN COUNTY 


«688 


«7*5 


8789 


8822 


8853 


HFNDEPSPNVILLE C 


1510 


1485 


1473 


1452 


1449 


HERTFORD COUNTY 


4179 


4166 


4111 


4100 


4083 


HOKE COUNTY 


4875 


4875 


4878 


4816 


4764 


HYDE CPUMTY 


9«4 


90? 


Q84 


974 


967 


IREDELL COUNTY 


10128 


10 119 


10090 


9994 


9911 


MOPRESVI LI E CITY 


2205 


2150 


2122 


2097 


2054 


STATFSVILLF CITY 


3322 


3251 


3154 


3092 


3012 


JACKSON COUNTV 


3 86 8 


3O00 


3860 


3842 


3821 


JOHNSTON COUNTY 


14362 


14308 


14262 


14184 


14110 


JONES COUNTY 


1755 


1 761 


1715 


1695 


1676 


LEE COUNTY 


7384 


7449 


7484 


7475 


7493 


LFNOIR COUNTY 


6429 


o423 


6310 


6236 


6171 


KINSTTTJ CITY 


4848 


4819 


4 76 


4712 


4639 


LINCOLN COUNTY 


86F0 


3561 


«4 8 7 


8392 


8293 


MACON COUNTY 


3591 


3626 


3676 


3671 


3681 


MADISON COUNTY 


2842 


2800 


2775 


2765 


2734 


MARTIN COUNTY 


*350 


5 2 35 


5158 


5059 


4942 


MCDOWFIL FOUNT Y 


6 780 


6 6 62 


6*76 


6413 


62 73 


MECKLENBURG COUN 


71129 


71145 


70857 


70297 


69737 


MITCHELL COUNTY 


2454 


2448 


2434 


2430 


2419 


MONTGOMERY COUNT 


4299 


4281 


4279 


4259 


4229 


MOnRE COUNTY 


8 699 


8718 


871? 


8655 


8630 


NASH COUNTY 


10869 


19Q70 


11019 


11059 


11058 


PPCKY MOUNT CITY 


5 741 


56?7 


5562 


5 490 


5457 


NEW HANOVER COUN 


18 680 


18455 


18136 


17799 


17485 


NORTHAMPTON COUN 


4178 


4043 


4015 


3931 


3832 


ONSLOW COUNTY 


15179 


15341 


15604 


15878 


15988 


ORANG r COUNTY 


5017 


5041 


503 


4993 


4958 


CHAPEL HILL CARP 


5143 


5136 


*112 


5030 


*059 


PAMLICO COUNTY 


2 04? 


2022 


1996 


2 000 


1984 


PASQUOTANK COUNT 


5 107 


*132 


5168 


5 17* 


5215 


PENDLP COUNTY 


4669 


46 5 3 


465? 


4625 


4576 


PERQUIMANS COUNT 


1747 


1771 


1800 


1810 


1837 


PERSON COUNTY 


5334 


*272 


5136 


5047 


49?8 



1-16 



Table 10 

(continued) 
PROJECTED FINAL AVERAGE DAILY MEMBERSHIP BY LEA 



I EA NAME 


1985-86 


1 986-87 


19 8 7-88 


1988-39 


1Q89-90 


PITT COUNTY 


11430 


11447 


11505 


11571 


11538 


GREENVILLE C ITY 


4963 


4982 


4970 


4964 


4^38 


POLK COUNTY 


1497 


1473 


1463 


1442 


1416 


TPYfT) CITY 


597 


602 


600 


535 


562 


RANDOLPH COUNTY 


13005 


12876 


12733 


12619 


12525 


ASHEROFP f [TY 


3463 


3393 


33 32 


3258 


3212 


P [CHMOND COUNTY 


8916 


8T?l 


8592 


8381 


8201 


ppreson county 


14632 


14593 


14591 


14469 


14320 


FAIRMONT C ITY 


2245 


2194 


2159 


2 129 


2094 


LUMBERTON CITY 


4190 


40*7 


3958 


38^7 


3787 


PCD SPRINGS CITY 


1841 


1808 


1799 


1765 


1734 


SAINT PAULS CITY 


1562 


15 37 


1519 


1498 


1480 


PPCKIMGHAM COUNT 


3566 


3522 


34 72 


3425 


3362 


EDEN CITY 


4202 


4148 


4072 


3983 


3940 


WESTERN RPCKIMGH 


3672 


3599 


3533 


3464 


3387 


RFIOSVII LE CITY 


3 804 


3762 


3716 


3660 


3617 


ROWAN COUNTY 


13478 


13400 


13394 


13306 


13263 


SALISBURY CITY 


2419 


2413 


2TQ8 


2369 


2343 


PUTHEPFC'OD COUNT 


10254 


10115 


10002 


9872 


9769 


SAMPSON COUNTY 


6 74 3 


66 76 


6641 


6590 


6540 


CLINTON CITY 


2 723 


2686 


2661 


2616 


2580 


SCOTLAND COUNTY 


7 539 


7S16 


7393 


7278 


7155 


STANLY COUNTY 


*731 


66 89 


6665 


6623 


6529 


Al BEMARl E CITY 


1912 


1846 


1 738 


1750 


1709 


STOKES COUNTY 


6601 


6490 


6424 


6317 


6186 


SURRY COUNTY 


8062 


7909 


7759 


7599 


7458 


ELK IN CITY 


1022 


996 


933 


957 


932 


MOUNT AIPY CITY 


1958 


1945 


1^30 


1899 


1884 


SWAIN COUNTY 


1701 


1714 


1741 


1736 


1739 


TRANSYLVANIA COU 


4085 


3990 


3Q44 


3923 


3886 


TYPPFLL COUNTY 


7Q4 


804 


809 


816 


821 


UNION CCUNTY 


12135 


12154 


12158 


12138 


12107 


MONROE C ITY 


304Q 


3027 


3003 


2987 


2977 


VANCE COUNTY 


7643 


1 544 


7489 


7449 


7367 


WAKE COUNTY 


56590 


57619 


58528 


59309 


60120 


WARREN COUNTY 


3175 


3142 


3095 


3041 


3037 


WASHINGTON COUNT 


2867 


27^6 


2771 


2719 


2687 


WATAUGA COUNTY 


4547 


4540 


4527 


4494 


4488 


WAYNE COUNTY 


13104 


13038 


12990 


12919 


12783 


GOLDSROPP CITY 


4806 


4765 


4751 


4675 


4646 


WILKES COUNTY 


10794 


10678 


1044 8 


10247 


10057 


WlLSnw COUNTY 


12 348 


12 238 


12125 


11950 


11849 


YADKIN COUNTY 


4810 


4701 


4658 


4537 


4462 


YANCEY COUNTY 


2711 


2662 


2634 


2 5<>7 


2551 


STATE TOTALS 


1072672 


1065984 


1059237 


1049781 


1040843 



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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 those students completing their work the previous summer in 
summer school. Intentions of the graduates are reported by 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 1-26 is the state summary of 1984 graduates' intentions. 
Following a five-year history of such information is given. High school 
graduates' intentions for each LEA can be found in Part IT of this publication. 



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1-27 



Projections of 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 and are used by planners of post-secondary 
institutions. 

The future number of high school graduates in each LEA is determined bv 
the prevailing birth counts, immigration and emigration rates into and out 
of the region, promotions, and school dropout patterns. For the state as 
a whole, the total number of high school graduates will slightly increase 
for the next five years due to the relatively large live birth count from 
1969 to 1971. The downward trend will resume again in 1990. 



1-28 



Table 16 

PROJECTION OF PUBLIC HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES 



L F A 


l"8s 


1986 


19P7 


19 83 


1999 


19«0 


1991 


1992 


199 3 


1994 


ALAMAMCr 


7 q<; 


708 


?" 


762 


742 


706 


589 


cc 4 


544 


S32 


PUP LING TPf-' 


/. 75 


492 


4 >7 


491 


49 8 


4 7 ) 


477 


764 


367 


35 7 


altxanpfp 


103 


no 


300 


314 


314 


31 1 


7 74 


2P9 


7 7? 


239 


Al LEGHANY 


1 1 1 


1 16 


1 1? 


176 


106 


177 


105 


100 


T9 


89 


A MS ON 


303 


300 


291 


292 


79 8 


279 


2 0? 


255 


286 


24° 


ASHE 


?5 q 


256 


256 


247 


267 


243 


7 70 


7 76 


716 


213 


AVFPY 


1 o i 


?04 


181 


169 


194 


157 


17^ 


167 


140 


143 


BEAUFORT 


2 an 


7 P 6 


304 


2«1 


71 J 


284 


767 


797 


7S7 


296 


V.'ASHING'ION CITY 


? 29 


2 i 5 


246 


774 


74 6 


2 '9 


77 4 


7 1 ? 


70S 


207 


RFPTIC 


256 




7 76 


7 77 


250 


?4 8 


253 


276 


242 


243 


BLADEN 


»65 


36 9 


S58 


334 


355 


366 


784 


345 


77 7 


316 


BRUNSWICK 


497 


515 


489 


515 


54 8 


509 


550 


57? 


565 


510 


buncomr r 


14S9 


1480 


1490 


1556 


1537 


1434 


1382 


1331 


l?74 


1212 


ASMFVILir 


384 


345 


346 


304 


321 


271 


274 


258 


267 


?S2 


PHPKE 


7 1,) 


7^ c 


785 


755 


746 


74 7 


6ns 


6°n 


661 


573 


CABARRUS 


777 


829 


850 


884 


P95 


87 7 


761 


T n 


70 7 


674 


KANNAPOU S 


305 


291 


304 


204 


inc 


74 7 


743 


73 3 


77? 


208 


CALOWFLl 


737 


724 


765 


747 


74 1 


679 


622 


6S3 


S78 


537 


CAMOEN 


o g 


66 


73 


P2 


61 


" 


60 


SO 


S7 


45 


CAPTEPTT 


4->3 


51 ) 


495 


490 


SO 6 


494 


486 


570 


520 


518 


CASWELL 


24? 


232 


"36 


245 


255 


7 7 H 


718 


279 


774 


?14 


CATAWBA 


783 


8i 


791 


877 


882 


857 


82 n 


76.6 


77 7 


780 


Mir kopy 


7 B 6 


27 6 


7 06 


293 


710 


264 


290 


2' 7 


253 


224 


NEWTON 


1 77 


199 


1 70 


167 


inn 


177 


159 


147 


166 


15? 


CHATHAM 


54 7 


59 i 


7A4 


7 72 


363 


338 


321 


707 


787 


781 


CHFROKCF 


240 


22 1 


"7 7 


252 


255 


7 70 


21 1 


77 7 


202 


212 


CHOWAN 


173 


16 3 


I 54 


1 52 


16 7 


152 


ISO 


1 79 


159 


138 


CI AY 


71 


32 


94 


inn 


105 


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1 13 


103 


9 7 


78 


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576 


« /, i. 


s< 1 


551 


555 


502 


49 7 


sin 


499 


475 


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24" 


7 '• 


2 30 


70S 


74 9 


?31 


77 6 


771 


770 


207 


SHTLPY 


248 


239 


2 36 


773 


220 


7 04 


186 


166 


177 


170 


COLUMBUS 


r >04 


4 r 


469 


402 


45? 


486 


458 


4H4 


471 


385 


WHITEVILI T 


190 


! ( 6 


168 


169 


170 


177 


137 


161 


144 


151 


CRAVEN 


'-27 


655 


647 


709 


787 


769 


774 


753 


743 


9?0 


CU M PEPLAIJD 


2131 


2124 


2151 


2256 


2359 


?289 


2225 


?184 


2 196 


2137 


FAYFTTFVII 1 F 


5 85 


558 


573 


60^ 


579 


551 


5?9 


506 


450 


469 


C UP R I TIJCK 




1 J 4 


124 


122 


169 


141 


141 


144 


149 


147 


OAPE 


i 69 


165 


205 


212 


197 


197 


200 


215 


709 


197 


paviosoc 


1096 


1109 


1097 


1115 


ll°6 


1032 


1017 


174 


925 


882 


LFXIMGTnr 


IBB 


210 


712 


191 


20 1 


190 


182 


l T 7 


157 


140 


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1"' 


15 5 


147 


l 7 8 


16 2 


150 


IS 3 


1 C P 


176 


146 


naviE 


."'» 5 


294 


323 


1 >n 


3 7 7 


7 79 


29! 


7^7 


258 


2*6 


PUPl IN 


416 


50 5 


457 


516 


546 


519 


49 7 


47 1 


/, so 


442 


PUP HA" 


1024 


103 6 


1092 


1206 


1 16? 


1 no 


962 


989 


977 


941 


nurHAM CI TV 


4 , n 


373 


378 


424 


392 


401 


394 


7 79 


76S 


356 


EPGECCJMRF 


728 


329 


7 V, 


315 


?94 


7"'. 


7 a 5 


26 8 


256 


271 


TAR DORP 


2 24 


1°1 


194 


[97 


?l 1 


187 


197 


208 


187 


195 


nrsYTu 


?667 


2619 


2735 


2779 


2 83 3 


?742 


2 465 


2424 


2 306 


2258 


fRANKLIN 


265 


284 


255 


243 


243 


272 


764 


23° 


776 


225 



1-29 



Table 1 6 

(continued) 
PROJECTION OF PUBLIC HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES 



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l«>S5 


1 9FU 


1987 


19pn 


1909 


1990 


1991 


1992 


I 093 


1994 


FPA^KLir'T!"!'' 


82 


77 


85 


87 


84 


8° 


82 


77 


70 


62 


GAS TOM 


1921 


1"4 2 


1913 


2000 


208 1 


1961 


1932 


1797 


1611 


1500 


GATES 


9? 


127 


102 


122 


104 


115 


92 


80 


09 


71 


GRAHAM 


103 


107 


65 


91 


89 


78 


87 


f-? 


73 


68 


GRANVILLE 


436 


^P* 


42° 


450 


40 8 


364 


408 


364 


357 


345 


GREENE 


136 


144 


143 


127 


148 


141 


144 


142 


132 


132 


GUILFORD 


1660 


153T 


1726 


1893 


1828 


1703 


1583 


1434 


1399 


139g 


GREENSPHRp 


1446 


1354 


1390 


1514 


1413 


1304 


1200 


1109 


1 116 


1060 


HIGH POINT 


504 


506 


533 


513 


48 7 


454 


427 


445 


40 8 


391 


HALIFAX 


4 37 


403 


369 


375 


360 


3 79 


392 


358 


345 


348 


ROANOKE RAPIDS 


190 


173 


175 


167 


178 


175 


173 


174 


135 


166 


HELnOM 


83 


79 


71 


65 


72 


57 


48 


64 


49 


39 


HARNETT 


697 


671 


692 


683 


724 


688 


679 


696 


6 79 


659 


HAYWOPD 


501 


582 


537 


528 


54 1 


497 


531 


477 


458 


4^3 


HENDERSON 


497 


54 8 


602 


580 


608 


586 


588 


550 


579 


561 


HFMDERSnr'VILLE 


119 


122 


117 


131 


109 


9R 


124 


112 


111 


110 


HERTFORD 


271 


223 


245 


234 


22 


230 


222 


239 


205 


20 3 


HOKE 


?43 


241 


254 


276 


272 


270 


281 


280 


286 


273 


HYDE 


73 


62 


67 


71 


69 


65 


58 


52 


62 


4R 


IREDELL 


592 


614 


583 


703 


703 


673 


622 


639 


560 


533 


MfHRESVILLE 


1 63 


176 


144 


148 


170 


133 


131 


110 


113 


127 


STATESVILLT 


218 


lio 


213 


193 


217 


205 


176 


199 


201 


163 


JACK SOW 


2 36 


226 


2 59 


266 


26 Q 


240 


249 


243 


243 


248 


jnMNSTPN 


863 


840 


845 


909 


911 


R77 


800 


830 


836 


815 


JONES 


83 


77 


96 


104 


102 


89 


89 


90 


89 


85 


IFF 


495 


462 


517 


533 


53R 


506 


471 


484 


461 


480 


LENOIR 


368 


36 9 


421 


388 


400 


372 


396 


373 


380 


370 


K INST ON 


294 


290 


282 


278 


315 


309 


317 


308 


314 


291 


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583 


568 


578 


612 


627 


590 


573 


503 


506 


469 


MAC ON 


245 


248 


225 


298 


28 2 


241 


213 


250 


228 


218 


MADISON 


180 


166 


179 


160 


178 


156 


176 


172 


155 


157 


MAR TIN 


3-10 


342 


327 


361 


360 


345 


3T0 


34 6 


307 


301 


MCOOWFLt 


410 


410 


414 


430 


432 


417 


421 


406 


367 


328 


MECKLENRURG 


4313 


4151 


4588 


4 874 


496 1 


4614 


4263 


4042 


4002 


3908 


MITCHELL 


163 


161 


163 


152 


161 


126 


141 


137 


113 


143 


MONTGOMERY 


208 


2lo 


222 


230 


24 


223 


228 


220 


213 


207 


»ncRE 


612 


592 


583 


626 


621 


589 


560 


561 


564 


599 


NASH 


579 


594 


616 


602 


646 


594 


584 


554 


565 


542 


POCKY MOUNT 


388 


404 


387 


416 


36 9 


338 


343 


317 


341 


301 


NEW HANOVER 


1135 


m2 


Il«9 


1215 


1231 


1127 


1077 


1003 


1001 


971 


NORTHAMPTON 


296 


297 


222 


2 74 


275 


248 


237 


222 


219 


21 1 


ONSLOW 


959 


888 


907 


961 


1045 


1058 


1046 


1029 


1066 


1084 


ORAMGF 


269 


2^5 


38 7 


287 


306 


278 


271 


24 8 


245 


258 


CHAPEL HILL 


149 


372 


3 86 


407 


32 5 


287 


2°0 


258 


282 


234 


PAMLICO 


105 


140 


124 


125 


131 


115 


116 


114 


115 


115 


PASQUOTANK 


323 


296 


306 


362 


314 


312 


2 86 


297 


302 


291 


PENDER 


292 


286 


288 


2 84 


319 


333 


31R 


268 


279 


284 


PERQUIMANS 


127 


10° 


103 


110 


109 


99 


97 


95 


105 


97 


PERSON 


318 


347 


^70 


341 


383 


363 


310 


336 


285 


Ml 



1-30 



Table 16 

(continued) 
PROJECTION OF PUBLIC HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES 



i r .a 


11" 


1°S6 


19R7 


1988 


198 9 


1990 


1091 


19n? 


1993 


I094 


PITT 


681 


650 


653 


643 


732 


666 


66? 


66 1 


658 


634 


r.PFENVTU r 


341 


321 


364 


355 


37? 


37 7 


!0O 


325 


368 


333 


POLK 


94 


80 


70 


7? 


76 


'• '-. 


71 


61 


sn 


48 


TRY0N 


4" 


48 


SS 


74 


°6 


82 


101 


73 


63 


60 


RANDOLPH 


753 


re 1 


763 


771 


7Pn 


782 


6 ')0 


6SP 


6 4 8 


637 


ASHEBORO 


2 7° 


231 


225 


246 


226 


1 0-1 


21 1 


189 


165 


175 


RICHMOND 


492 


K?r) 


'.7 


524 


r >t 4 


SO/, 


512 


soo 


480 


436 


ROBESON 


719 


724 


688 


738 


771 


901 


802 


803 


761 


776 


FAIRMONT 


136 


133 


1 38 


126 


L40 


124 


! l r < 


11 I 


130 


108 


LUMBERTON 


243 


24 ! 


231 


222 


20 1 


199 


160 


L60 


147 


147 


FEO SPRING'; 


P9 


I 1 1 


98 


110 


117 


103 


127 


115 


102 


110 


SAINT PAULS 


91 


R4 


94 


96 


QS 


01 


OS 


PS 


P7 


95 


ROCKINGHAM 


307 


26 ! 


766 


251 


286 


26" 


248 


26 7 


7 31 


228 


EDEN 


2 a 4 


256 


2 M 


277 


24 ft 


25 1 


235 


2^? 


20 3 


218 


MAD I SON-'' A YPD AN 


1 P3 


IPS 


172 


1 76 


193 


173 


156 


165 


163 


134 


REIOSVK LE 


255 


234 


239 


232 


233 


233 


212 


210 


102 


191 


ROWAN 


nil 


g /, 


B51 


917 


02 1 


001 


765 


70] 


769 


715 


SALISPUPY 


1 69 


l c '. 


165 


159 


171 


156 


147 


140 


161 


1?3 


RUTHEPrrnn 


602 


616 


i-.->° 


5R7 


sap 


577 


572 


568 


634 


618 


SAMPSON 


441 


4 3 3 


3 r a 


416 


430 


41 a 


36 3 


404 


413 


364 


CLINTON 


1P1 


15 q 


L43 


168 


154 


14', 


147 


177 


136 


136 


SCOTLAND 


383 


346 


400 


402 


414 


4 3 5 


3 PS 


42 3 


303 


388 


STANLY 


4 ', 1 


379 


3-->2 


396 


450 


43,7 


3°1 


389 


761 


369 


ALPEMARLF 


1 1 r 


1 3 1 


143 


120 


136 


1 is 


111 


101 


103 


82 


STOKES 


440 


450 


433 


469 


40 8 


4 60 


430 


42 


*27 


390 


SURRY 


520 


5 6 ' 1 


^th 


55A 


566 


SSS 


610 


*95 


4<SO 


449 


ELKIN 


67 


8 2 


^ 


no 


88 


81 


64 


86 


70 


74 


MOUNT AIRY 


L48 


1" I 


127 


13'* 


12 3 


141 


114 


110 


146 


100 


SWAIN 


1 1 c 


9 r 


on 


1 1 7 


131 


1 00 


13^ 


04 


1 14 


121 


TRANSYLVAN1 A 


300 


2P7 


201 


276 


,^7S 


291 


36 1 


274 


2 76 


249 


TYRRELL 


si 


4 a 


43 


37 


5 1 


43 


57 


42 


44 


44 


UNION 


6 76 


62 9 


689 


674 


700 


68 3 


677 


63 1 


633 


638 


MPNROF 


1 58 


1/.*, 


161 


L5? 


146 


160 


136 


129 


127 


119 


VANCE 


^36 


501 


4flP 


471 


489 


479 


454 


404 


403 


404 


WAKE 


3544 


344 3 


3011 


4042 


4006 


379? 


3494 


3679 


3 806 


3699 


'IAPREN 


220 


223 


189 


229 


185 


175 


IP5 


17P 


1°5 


163 


WASHINGTON 


241 


21 1 


187 


212 


]TS 


20 1 


163 


176 


172 


171 


WATAUGA 


.' 9 * 


? r 7 


292 


297 


27 S 


264 


256 


75 


211 


244 


WAYNE 


824 


7'i l 


P07 


836 


qns 


815 


842 


77S 


804 


764 


GOLOSBOP.o 


$m 


?i 2 


239 


103 


2 T 


2 «, 7 


?65 


241 


2 70 


?4? 


WHKFS 


< 55 


e 1 6 


6 6 'i 


707 


710 


'.6'. 


615 


600 


676 


646 


WILSON 


8?0 


■1 B 


81 1 


8? 5 


798 


76 8 


752 


70? 


603 


647 


YADKIN 


395 


i,i/, 


330 


376 


14 8 


323 


2 06 


?O0 


?Q4 


?55 


YANCEY 


jog 


197 


173 


182 


195 


1 81 


177 


168 


181 


17? 


STATE TOT At 


676SQ 


565? 7 


6^750 


70175 


71097 


67464 


64373 


62634 


61 194 


69253 



1-31 



Estimated Annual High School Dropout Rates 



An estimated 6.9% of North Carolina's high school pupils (or approximately 
23,000 students) dropped out of school during the 1983-84 school year. The 
figures are estimated from information supplied to the Department of Public 
Education by local school systems 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 
derived from the difference between the size of the graduating class when thev 
were in 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. 

The statistical techniques used to calculate the estimated annual high 
school dropout rates have been refined through the years, 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 annual 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 was divided bv the actual headcounts in the program. These figures 
have not been Included with the regular high school dropouts. 



1-32 



Table 1 7 

ESTIMATED ANNUAL HIGH SCHOOL DROPOUT RATES 





MUMPER OF 


ESTIMATED 


HIGH 


rSTIMATF!) ANNUAL 










Gf A OF M1"E 


HIGH SCHnni 


SCHOOL 


RFGULAP HIGH SCHmi 


FXTFMDEP 


PAY PRO 


SPAM 


LFA HAf'F 


ENROLLMENT* 


RETENTION** 


FNPDIUNT* 


pnppntJT 


1993-34 


19A3-R4 






inpn-ni 


PATF(%) 


1983-84 


Nil" HER 


PATF(%) 


FNRDLL*** 


DROPOUT 


RATE(%) 


ALAMANCE 


i roi 


6R.6 


373? 


271 


7 .3 


1 44 


01 


6?.? 


burl I not or; 


*l 7 


75 .4 


2 3 64 


171 


5. 1 


54 


7-5 


53. T 


ALEXA^PrP 


3 ° 4 


6S.9 


1336 


R4 


1 . 1 


74 


7 1 


41. 


ALLEGHANY 


171 


64.3 


563 


36 


6. 1 








0.0 


AM SON 


<■ n n 


74.7 


1 556 


109 


7.0 








0.0 


ASHE 


39 8 


67. B 


1279 


1 00 


7.9 








0.0 


AVERY 


23ft 


60.5 


945 


79 


8.4 


37 


7 3 


62.2 


RFAUFOR T 


4 1 3 


69.0 


1324 


6 9 


5. 1 








0.0 


WASHINGTON 


291 


76.6 


1064 


^3 


6.0 


157 


6 6 


42.0 


RFRTIF 


396 


79. << 


1311 


°0 


6.9 


39 


ss 


66.3 


BLADE" 


56 I 


69.4 


1780 


1 14 


6.4 


?24 


177 


54.9 


RPUNS'.JICK 


BIO 


58.8 


7476 


1 po 


T. 7 


1 61 


41 


24.3 


PUflCO M n r 


2279 


63.3 


77 3 7 


'1 '1 '> 


6.2 


n 





0.0 


ASUEVILLF 


453 


68.4 


1561 


1 IT 


7. 6 


187 


93 


49.7 


BUPKF 


1057 


70.6 


3376 


306 


7.<-> 


to? 


4 4 


43.1 


CABAR"US 


1224 


67.6 


4003 


7 6 6 


6.6 








0.0 


KANNAPOL IS 


394 


74.5 


1472 


1 is 


7.9 








0.0 


r.ALDWFI L 


1206 


61.6 


4041 


9 86 


9.6 


L37 


7S 


54.7 


campfh 


131 


74 .0 


411 


20 


6.9 








0.0 


CARTEPET 


673 


69.4 


225« 


l'H 


9.0 


9 





0.0 


CASWFLl 


360 


65.3 


1231 


1 16 


9. 3 


78 


16 


57.1 


CATAWBA 


1113 


66.2 


3789 


7 7 B 


6.0 


7 16 


104 


48.4 


Hir.KnrY 


TQT 


71.5 


143? 


1 1 1 


7.1 


si 


7S 


68.6 


NEWTON 


241 


75.6 


865 


6 4 


7.4 








0.0 


CHATH<\" 


623 


66.7 


1834 


I 24 


6.9 








0.0 


CHCROK r E 


765 


69.0 


11 71 


79 


6. 7 


n 





0.0 


CHOWAN 


198 


71.7 


6 87 


31 


4.5 


9Q 


7 3 


31.5 


CI AY 


90 


82.2 


378 


22 


6. 9 








0.0 


CLEVFl A"'P 


77 1 


75.3 


7779 


1 49 


5.4 








0.0 


KINGS WlUNTAIf- 


32" 


72.0 


1196 


78 


6.5 


70 


90 


65. 7 


SHCLBY 


31 n 


»I .4 


1195 


6 


5.0 


1 43 


67 


30. q 


COLUMBUS 


704 


62.8 


74 76 


1 77 


7. 1 


7 7 


41 


56." 


WHITEVIl LE 


24 6 


63. 4 


873 


54 


6.6 


96 


7 7 


?P.5 


CPAVEN 


lost 


68.6 


7696 


346 


r >.'. 


1 13 


59 


51.3 


CUMREPLANP 


2762 


T 3.l 


10113 


5 M 


5.6 


766 


86 


32.3 


FAYETTrVIl I F 


•39 6 


62.6 


3177 


164 


5.2 


99 


43 


43.4 


CURRITUCK 


21 1 


S4.5 


640 


55 


B.6 


66 


7 1 


47.0 


DARE 


1B7 


77.6 


745 


70 


c . 9 


32 


2B 


34.1 


OAVIDSPN 


146" 


73.0 


5081 


299 


5 . >) 


? a 


161 


67.5 


LEXINGTON 


260 


63.8 


1007 


85 


3.4 








0.0 


THOMASVIl t r 


7*5? 


'6.4 


77" 


61 


7. -1 


49 


7 5 


52.1 


OAVIF 


41 B 


73.0 


1480 


91 


6. 1 








0.0 


DUPLIN 


777 


70.9 


746 1 


1 ",<) 


7. 7 


91 


71 


76.3 


DURHAM 


139 7 


67.9 


5191 


1 4 9 


' . 7 


1 56 


17 1 


77.6 


ni.lPHAf-" CITY 


957 


4 7.4 


2399 


256 


10.6 


1 57 


11 


70.1 


CnGECP M BF 


615 


66.6 


16 75 


159 


9. 5 








0.0 


TARBOPP 


29' 


66.2 


157 


72 


7. 5 








0.0 


FORSYTH 


3267 


3?.l 


12077 


5 12 


4.7 


79 7 


2f 3 


74.1 


EPANKI If I 


431 


61 .7 


1^60 


•i ) 


7. 9 








0.0 



* TXCLUPF FXTrrpin DAY 
**THE (ML0+W4) or 1?TH 
*** FNPPLI = F 1 ♦ F7 + 



•PPGP A"<« FNPPU "FNTS 

■PAPF AS PERCENT OF THF F I + r .' 

'1 + P74-P3-W1 



'F 9T|( GPAPF FOUR YFIVPS FAPLIF 



1-33 



Table 1 7 

(continued) 
ESTIMATED ANNUAL HIGH SCHOOL DROPOUT RATES 





NUMBER OF 


FSTir'ATFO 


HIGH 


EST I mat En 


ANNUAL 










GPAOE MI^E 


HIGH SCHOOL 


SCHOOL 


REGULAR HIGH SCHOOL 


EXTENDED 


PAY PROGRAM 


LFA NAKF 


FNPOLLMENT* 


RETENT ION** 


FNPOLMNT* 


DFflPOUT 


11P7-84 


1983-84 






lOHO-oi 


P4Trl% ) 


1 983-84 


NUMBER 


RATEU) 


FNRHLL*** 


DROPOUT 


PATF(%) 


EI'.ANKLINTON 


110 


75.5 


410 


28 


6.8 








0.0 


GASTON 


2714 


69.1 


9753 


717 


7.4 


401 


1°4 


48.4 


GATES 


]*■( 


66.0 


539 


31 


?.n 








0.0 


GRAHAM 


150 


66.0 


463 


49 


10.6 








0.0 


GRANVILLE 


618 


77.7 


?)3? 


149 


7.0 








0.0 


GREENE 


26? 


■^8.4 


8?? 


70 


8.5 








0.0 


GUILFORD 


71*5 


77.6 


7735 


418 


5.4 








0.0 


GRFFNSDORP 


1193 


80.6 


69?3 


38° 


5.6 


573 


29 1 


50.8 


HIGH POINT 


79? 


65.8 


2686 


186 


6.9 


250 


101 


40.4 


HAl IFAX 


671 


61.7 


2072 


1P6 


".0 


198 


61 


^0.8 


ROANOKE PAP! OS 


191 


31.? 


811 


54 


6.7 








0.0 


WELDON 


l r >6 


59.6 


444 


44 


9.9 








0.0 


HARNETT 


1066 


67.8 


3444 


245 


7.1 








0.0 


HAYWOOD 


75? 


71.8 


?734 


196 


7.0 








0.0 


HFNOFPSON 


73 8 


78.? 


2766 


200 


7.2 








0.0 


HENDERSONVII LE 


157 


8?. 2 


549 


22 


4.0 








0.0 


HERTFORD 


481 


51.4 


1383 


I 1" 


8.6 


46 


30 


65.? 


HOKE 


340 


68.? 


1226 


97 


7.9 


49 


27 


55.1 


HYPE 


95 


82.1 


335 


16 


4.8 








0.0 


IRFDELL 


923 


62.9 


3003 


271 


9.0 








0.0 


MfWRFSVILLF 


234 


70.5 


778 


51 


6.6 








'o.o 


STATESVILLT 


3? 4 


70.7 


1076 


60 


5.6 


75 


41 


54.7 


JACKSOM 


357 


75.6 


1208 


69 


5.7 








0.0 


jphnston 


1194 


62.8 


4154 


289 


7.0 








0.0 


JONES 


150 


77.3 


513 


36 


7.0 








0.0 


SANFORD LTF 


61? 


76.1 


2170 


117 


5.4 


67 


28 


41.8 


LFNOIP 


481 


77.8 


L929 


I 34 


6.9 








0.0 


KINSTON 


375 


76.0 


1391 


08 


7.0 








0.0 


LINCOLN 


711 


71.6 


2678 


176 


6.6 








0.0 


MACON 


3?6 


67.5 


1132 


69 


6.1 








0.0 


MADISON 


??.6 


69.9 


928 


78 


8.4 








0.0 


MARTIN 


514 


67.5 


1693 


108 


6.4 








0.0 


MCDOWELL 


61 7 


65.6 


2074 


179 


8.6 


106 


38 


35.8 


MECKLENBURG 


596 7 


72.^ 


22086 


1618 


7.3 


??4 


14 1 


62.9 


MITCHELL 


213 


72.8 


840 


75 


8.9 








0.0 


MrNTGOMCPv 


44 7 


53.0 


1193 


116 


9.7 


53 


42 


79.2 


MOORE 


8?7 


74.4 


2799 


173 


6.2 








0.0 


NASH 


860 


70.0 


3100 


2 34 


7.5 








0.0 


ROCKY MOUNT 


535 


76.4 


1987 


131 


6.6 








0.0 


MEW HANOVER 


L577 


72.9 


5947 


4 50 


7.6 


442 


229 


51.8 


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4(. B 


63.0 


1357 


81 


6.0 


83 


27 


32.5 


ONSLOW 


1433 


68.? 


4470 


273 


6. 1 


277 


150 


■54.? 


OP A NO E 


370 


T1.9 


1525 


133 


8.7 








0.0 


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4 1" 


31 .4 


1709 


4 8 


2.8 








0.0 


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220 


62. T 


666 


49 


7.4 








0.0 


PASQUOTANK' 


45f 


73.0 


1595 


I 19 


7.5 








0.0 


PENDEP 


410 


68.3 


143^ 


1 15 


8.0 


50 


21 


4?.n 


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'81 


51.4 


529 


42 


7.0 








0.0 


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4f>l 


7". 8 


1634 


95 


5. 8 








0.0 



* EXCLUDE EXTENDED DAY PROGRAM ENROLLMENTS 

**THF IMLP+W4) or 12TH GRADE AS PFPCFNT OF THE EH-F2 OF 9TH GRADE FOUR YEARS EARLIER 

*** ENROLL = El * F? + Ml ♦ R2 ♦ P3 - HI 



1-34 



Table 17 

(continued) 
ESTIMATED ANNUAL HIGH SCHOOL DROPOUT RATES 





NUMBER "F 


ESTIMATED 


HIGH 


FST IMATFO 


ANNUAL 










GRAPE NINE 


HIGH SCHOOI 


SCHOOL 


REGULAR HIGH SCHOOL 


EXTENDED 


DAY PPOGPAM 


LEA NAME 


ENROLLMENT* 


RETENTION** 


FMPnLMMT* 


npPPPUT 


19R3-84 


1983-84 






1980-81 


PATn%) 


1983-84 


NUMBER 


PATF(%» 


ENROLL*** 


DROPOUT 


PATF<%! 


PITT 


101? 


61.7 


3271 


2 46 


7.5 








O.o 


GREENVIl I E 


38 


85.3 


1574 


6 5 


4. 1 


1 46 


39 


26.9 


POLK 


ITS 


58.3 


469 


3 6 


r. 7 








0.0 


TP.YOM 


52 


101.9 


223 


TO 


'• . 5 








0.0 


RANDOLPH 


1793 


61.6 


4057 


}6] 


q. o 








0.0 


ASHEBOPP 


370 


67.8 


1209 


Oft 


7. 9 








0.0 


RICHMOND 


746 


68.5 


2601 


202 


r.8 


13 


2 5 


75. R 


ROBESON 


1280 


57.0 


3957 


Ti" 


!'. 1 


1 48 


63 


4 5.1 


FAIRMONT 


240 


44.4 


674 


6 6 


9. q 





n 


0.0 


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30 n 


76.0 


1302 


79 


6. 1 








0.0 


pro springs 


! 1 ' 


65.7 


464 


39 


R.4 








0.0 


ST PAULS 


151 


53. R 


465 


30 


6.5 








0.0 


ROCKINGHAM 


515 


53.4 


1501 


155 


10.3 


2 2 


1 4 


63.6 


EDEN 


373 


79.1 


1393 


98 


7.0 








0.0 


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! 25* 


57.0 


■840 


e ? 


8.0 





n 


0.0 


PEIDSVILLF 


384 


77.6 


1282 


95 


7.4 








0.0 


ROMAN 


120 8 


70. 


4170 


301 


7. ? 








0.0 


SALISBUPY 


217 


70.5 


782 


51 










0.0 


RUTHFRTPRP 


1027 


57.4 


3166 


260 


' . ' 








0.0 


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611 


75.1 


2095 


1 J 3 


6. 1 





n 


0.0 


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2'. 3 


68.7 


837 


45 


5.4 








0.0 


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'.11 


60.2 


2138 


Z 1 


9.8 





n 


0.0 


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654 


69.0 


2063 


1 6 7 


7.'. 








0.0 


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19 ' 


65.5 


663 


54 


8. 1 








0.0 


STOKES 


560 


76.8 


2055 


l?0 


5. 8 








0.0 


SUPRY 


7 3 7 


71 .2 


2591 


161 


6.7 


Q6 


4 6 


47.9 


E L K 1 N 


8? 


87.8 


336 


15 


4 . 5 





n 


0.0 


MOUNT AIPY 


134 


79.3 


60? 


29 


4. 8 


39 


2 i 


69.0 


SWAIN 


145 


61.4 


514 


41 


8.0 





o 


0.0 


TRANSYLVANIA 


17' 


69.4 


1307 


87 


6. 7 








0.0 


TYRRELL 


53 


73.6 


210 


14 


6. 7 


o 





0.0 


UNION 


1179 


62.8 


371<l 


l 1° 


8.6 


1 m 


6H 


53.1 


MONROE 


30'. 


56.9 


867 


7 6 


p. q 








0.0 


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601 


82.2 


2318 


127 




69 


4 4 


63.3 


WAKE 


4585 


76 . ? 


17446 


1125 


6.4 


361 


17'3 


61.0 


WARREN 


32 5 


61.5 


1064 


78 


7.3 








0.0 


WASHINGTON 


292 


80.1 


976 


16 


3. 7 


6 


2 6 


43.3 


WATAUGA 


4 3 '. 


57.1 


1440 


101 


7.0 


70 


1 1 


44.3 


WAYNE 


1079 


73.0 


3 831 


208 


5.4 


2? 


<7 


39.1 


GOLDSBOPO 


43 4 


73.0 


1414 


ip 


6.2 


6 3 


1 6 


23. R 


WILKES 


105'. 


61.0 


3275 


262 


3.0 


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5 2 


37.7 


WILSON 


1260 


68.7 


4031 


2 ^q 


6. 4 


6 


2 7 


^4.0 


YADKIN 


44 4 


71.8 


1617 


1 1 '. 


7.1 


78 


38 


40.7 


YANCCY 


?65 


65.7 


351 


4 t 


5.5 


n 





o.o 


STATE TOTAL 


"691 2 


6 .4 


33""740 


2 3005 


6.9 


8688 


4156 


47. q 



* FXCLU1T rXTENPEP PAY PROGRAM rvrnUMENTS 

** THE (MLD+W4) OF 12TII GRADE AS PrpCENT TF THE F1 + F2 OF 9TH GRAPE mUR YEARS TAPLIFP 

**« ENPfllL = F I + E7 ► F 1 + R2 * R3 - Wl 



1-35 



NORTH CAROLINA PUBLIC SCHOOL PERSONNEL 



Public school personnel information presented in this publication comes 
from several different sources: the Public School System Full-Time Personnel 
Report, the Professional Personnel Budget (408), the certification files, and 
the Professional Personnel Activity Report file. Following is a detailed 
description of the information sources and data gathered from them. 



North Carolina Public School Personnel Summary 

Table 18 on page 1-37 is a summary of all full-time personnel employed as 
of November 1, 1984, 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. 
Definitions 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 19 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 20 represents the educational level of 
all certificated professional personnel employed this year (full- or part-time) 
at school and central office levels. Please note that it is the highest degree 
held that is reported here, not necessarily the degree upon which salary is 
based. The information in this table comes from teacher certification files. 



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Table 20 



HIGHEST DEGREE HELD BY PROFESSIONAL PERSONNEL, 1984-85* 





LESS THAN 


BACHELORS 


MASTERS 


SIXTH YEAR 










BACHELORS 


DEGREE 


uegke; 


LEVEL 


COCTORATE 


OTHER ** 


TOTAL 


ALAMANCE COUNTY 


14 


430 


170 


8 


9 


5 


636 


BURLINGTON CITY 


9 


244 


151 


4 


6 


2 


416 


ALEXANDER COUNTY 


5 


l n s 


e? 


7 


7 




287 


ALLEGHANY COUNTY 


4 


7-5 


25 


1 




1 


109 


ANSON COUNTY 


5 


20 1 


73 


20 




3 


302 


ASHE COUNTY 


7 


158 


61 


6 





4 


258 


AVERY COUNTY 


I 


113 


44 


4 


4 


1 


187 


BEAUFORT COUNTY 


6 


183 


7 3 


7 




2 


273 


WASHINGTON CITY 


3 


1 4 B 


77 


7 


2 


2 


239 


BERTIE COUNTY 


10 


1 B3 


61 


2 


3 




259 


BLADEN COUNTY 


7 


2 7 6 


89 


4 


I 


3 


380 


BRUNSWICK COUNTY 


13 


3^3 


13 ) 


4 


2 


2 


494 


BUNCO'UsE COUNTY 


1 1 


7?2 


497 


3 3 


9 


7 


1,279 


ASHEVILLE CITY 


5 


204 


12 7 


14 


3 


1 


354 


BURKE COUNTY 


4 


475 


230 


3 


7 


3 


755 


CA3ARRUS COUNTY 


1 3 


12i 


351 


7 


5 


2 


723 


KANNAPOLIS CITY 


6 


154 


81 


8 





2 


260 


CALDWELL COUNTY 


6 


518 


210 


3 2 


3 


7 


776 


CAMDEN COUNTY 


1 


.SO 


15 


2 






73 


CARTERET COUNTY 


7 


306 


105 


8 




2 


423 


CASWELL COUNTY 


7 


145 


74 




1 


2 


22 > 


CATAW3A COUNTY 


9 


500 


2 30 


Ob 





5 


776 


HICKORY CITY 


4 


1 6 B 


62 


8 


2 


2 


265 


NEWTON CITY 


3 


12 1 


56 


s 






193 


CHATHAM COUNTY 


7 


246 


96 


6 


2 


3 


3S0 


CHEROKEE COUNTY 


1 


156 


65 


5 




4 


231 


CHOWAN COUNTY 


\ 


11 1 


31 


8 


1 


4 


159 


CLAY COUNTY 


3 


40 


3 


1 




3 


77 


CLEVELAND COUNTY 


a 


26 ; 


194 


8 


1 


4 


503 


KINGS NTN CITY 


6 


L55 


91 


10 





3 


267 


SHELBY CITY 


6 


1 1 9 


100 


4 


1 


3 


253 


CDLUM3US COUNTY 


6 


3 OS 


10 3 


9 




2 


511 


WHITEVILLE CITY 


2 


101 


SO 


3 







160 


CRAVEN COUNTY 


9 


457 


2B3 


24 


3 


9 


795 


CUMBERLAND COUNTY 


19 


lt430 


r 66 


57 


11 


8 


2,091 


FAYETTEVILLE CITY 


10 


3f>l 


177 


1 3 


5 


6 


572 


CURRITUCK COUNTY 


3 


1 1 I 


3 1 


3 


1 


I 1 


160 


DAPE COUNTY 


5 


1 ■ : 1 


33 


3 


1 




154 


DAVIDSON COUNTY 


s 


sO 1 


2 60 


10 


2 




913 


LEXINGTON CITY 





1 4 ; 


54 


4 


4 




212 


THOMASVILLt CITY 


2 


1 OS 


54 


3 


1 




167 


DAVIE COUNTY 


4 


1 7S 


84 


13 






277 


DUPLIN COUNTY 


14 


325 


1 3T 


15 


2 




496 


DURHAM COUNTY 


9 


653 




a 


26 


10 


1,088 


DURHAM CITY 


12 


J21 


2 4 3 


7 


8 




602 


EOGECOMBE COUNTY 


5 


06 


77 


4 






347 


TAR10RO CITY 


3 


137 


44 


1 







189 


FORSYTH COUNTY 


24 


1.454 


8 0.3 


47 


2 ) 


1 1 


2,387 


FRANKLIN COUNTY 


2 


193 


67 


3 


1 


2 


263 


FRANKLINTON CITY 


3 


55 


20 


1 


4 




83 


GASTON COUNTY 


22 


1,237 


513 


3 2 


7 


10 


1,886 


GAT?S COUNTY 


7 


80 


2 2 


5 


1 


1 


111 



From 1984-85 certification files (headcount of full- and part-time personnel in both central office and school level). 
Information not currently available. 



1-41 



Table 20 

(continued) 
HIGHEST DEGREE HELD BY PROFESSIONAL PERSONNEL, 1984-85* 





LESS THAN 


13ACHEL0RS 


MASTERS 


SIXTH YEAR 










"3ACHELURS 


DEGREE 


DEGREE 


LEVEL 


DOCTORATE 


OTHER ** 


TOTAL 


GRAHAM COUNTY 


s 


66 


20 


1 




3 


95 


GRANVILLE COUNTY 


8 


280 


87 


7 


3 


4 


389 


GREENE COUNTY 


4 


145 


61 


1 




2 


213 


GUILFORD COUNTY 


16 


377 


484 


34 


13 


4 


1.428 


GREENS30R0 CITY 


11 


773 


623 


24 


19 


5 


1,455 


HIGH POINT CITY 


5 


305 


203 


16 


11 


1 


541 


HALIFAX COUNTY 


9 


283 


107 


9 


3 


1 


417 


ROANOKE RAPIDS CITY 


3 


116 


49 


3 


4 




175 


WELDON CITY 


1 


48 


30 


1 


3 


1 


84 


HARNETT COUNTY 


9 


435 


179 


13 


1 


4 


641 


HAYWOOD COUNTY 


9 


272 


194 


23 


1 


5 


504 


HENDERSON COUNTY 


5 


316 


131 


13 


4 


3 


527 


HENOERSONVILLE CITY 




63 


45 


3 






111 


HERTFORD COUNTY 


4 


206 


66 


4 


3 


2 


285 


HOKE COUNTY 


5 


225 


57 


4 


3 


4 


298 


HYDE COUNTY 


2 


61 


12 


2 




I 


73 


IREDELL COUNTY 


7 


361 


186 


27 


2 


5 


538 


MOORESVILLE CITY 


1 


94 


46 


5 


3 


2 


151 


STATESVILLE CITY 


3 


143 


73 


11 


3 


1 


239 


JACKSON COUNTY 


3 


99 


129 


11 


I 


3 


246 


JOHNSTON COUNTY 


20 


601 


227 


11 


2 


4 


865 


JONES COUNTY 


3 


76 


35 


2 


1 


I 


119 


LEE COUNTY 


6 


328 


119 


9 


5 


6 


472 


LENOIR COUNTY 


a 


276 


99 


11 




3 


397 


KINSTON CITY 


l 


232 


84 


5 


2 


2 


326 


LINCOLN COUNTY 


6 


324 


143 


19 


5 


4 


506 


MACON COUNTY 


5 


110 


107 


8 




4 


234 


MAOISOM COUNTY 


5 


118 


46 


4 


1 




174 


MARTIN COUNTY 


3 


233 


113 


18 




2 


374 


MCDOWELL COUNTY 


9 


264 


99 


19 


3 




393 


MECKLEN3UPG COUNTY 


35 


2,495 


1,729 


213 


50 


42 


4,554 


MITCHELL COUNTY 


2 


99 


35 


6 




1 


143 


MONTGOMERY COUNTY 


4 


155 


89 


9 


1 




259 


MOORE COUNTY 


13 


349 


161 


22 


4 


4 


553 


NASH COUNTY 


12 


494 


147 


11 


2 


3 


659 


ROCKY MOUNT CITY 


4 


216 


127 


4 


2 


3 


356 


NEW HANOVER COUNTY 


21 


793 


311 


13 


8 


3 


1,149 


NORTHAMPTON COUNTY 


3 


206 


67 


3 


4 


2 


235 


ONSLOW COUNTY 


14 


614 


217 


21 


1 


5 


872 


ORANGE COUNTY 


3 


185 


117 


I 


7 


4 


317 


CHAPEL HILL CARR30RO 


2 


119 


172 


13 


6 


2 


314 


PAMLICO COUNTY 


1 


94 


34 


4 




2 


135 


PASQUOTANK COUNTY 


4 


233 


74 


6 


1 


6 


324 


PENDER COUNTY 


6 


205 


63 


5 


1 


1 


286 


PERQUIMANS COUNTY 




82 


33 


1 


1 


1 


118 


PERSON COUNTY 


3 


231 


104 


4 


1 


3 


351 


PITT COUNTY 


4 


462 


249 


18 


3 


8 


744 


GREENVILLE CITY 


2 


180 


149 


13 


3 


2 


349 


POLK COUNTY 


1 


65 


32 


7 


3 


1 


109 


TRYON CITY 




30 


14 






2 


46 


RANDOLPH COUNTY 


11 


527 


193 


12 


4 


1 


749 


ASHEDORO CITY 


2 


138 


80 


5 


4 


I 


230 



From 1984-85 certification files (headcount of full- and part-time personnel in both central office and school level 
Information not currently available. 



1-42 



Table 20 



( continued) 
HIGHEST DEGREE HELD BY PROFESSIONAL PERSONNEL, 



1984-85* 





LESS THAN 


aACHFLHRS 


riASTCPS 


SIXTH YLAR 










iiACHELORS 


DEGREE 


DEGRfct 


LEVEL 


DOCTORATE 


OTHER** 


TOTAL 


RICHMONO COUNTY 


3 


373 


13 3 


12 


1 


4 


533 


ROBESON COUNTY 


12 


62 7 


200 


13 


1 


6 


859 


FAIRMONT CITY 


1 


94 


H^ 


2 




1 


144 


LUMBER TON CITY 


1 


137 


63 


4 


4 


2 


261 


RED SPRINGS CITY 


1 


77 


31 


2 






111 


SAINT PAULS CITY 


1 


60 


30 


4 


2 


4 


101 


ROCKINGHA1 CbUNTY 


3 


149 


b) 


3 


4 


3 


222 


EDEN CITY 


5 


168 


BR 


6 


1 




263 


WESTERN ROCKINGHAM 


2 


16 5 


C >f3 


4 


1 




223 


REIOSVILLE CITY 


2 


IS', 


79 


9 


2 


2 


243 


ROWAN COUNTY 


5 


525 


235 


31 


10 


10 


316 


SALISPURY CITY 




B9 


63 


9 


2 


3 


169 


RUTHERFOPO COUNTY 





367 


20 7 


42 


5 


2 


631 


SAMPSON COUNTY 


7 


31 J 


90 


1G 


1 


9 


435 


CLINTON CITY 


4 


124 


^3 


3 






184 


SC3TLAND COUNTY 


2 


3 ''3 


1 1 a 


7 


2 


1 


433 


STANLY COUNTY 


14 


215 


l ^ j 


24 


2 


1 


396 


ALBEMARLE CITY 


I 


72 


49 


6 


1 


1 


130 


STOKES COUNTY 


1? 


286 


104 


6 


2 


4 


414 


SURRY COUNTY 


1 J 


329 


121 


14 


2 


13 


492 


ELKIM CITY 




AH 


18 


5 


1 


2 


70 


MOUNT AIRY CITY 


2 


n 7 


34 


7 






130 


SWAIN COUNTY 


2 


58 


46 


6 






112 


TRANSYLVANIA COUNTY 


5 


153 


76 


13 


1 




253 


TYRRELL COUNTY 


3 


1 7 


14 


1 






55 


UNION COUNTY 


12 


404 


240 


26 


5 


3 


690 


MONROE CITY 


1 


99 


9 9 


6 


4 


2 


211 


VANCE COUNTY 


8 


321 


117 


6 


5 


4 


461 


WAKE COUNTY 


40 


2.253 


1.012 


28 


3 1 


27 


3,391 


WARREN COUTiTY 


5 


153 


53 


2 






?13 


WASHINGTON COUNTY 


t\ 


13: 


5 3 


6 




2 


194 


WATAUGA COUNTY 


3 


124 


145 


17 


6 


2 


297 


WAYNE COUNTY 


1? 


:>22 


202 


1 3 


3 


1 1 


763 


GHL0S30R0 CITY 


7 


21 1 


34 


14 




5 


321 


WILKES COUNTY 


S 


402 


194 


3J 


3 


4 


649 


WILSON COUNTY 


7 


HZ 


L90 


14 


5 


1 


759 


YADKIN COUNTY 


3 


1 79 


97 


1 2 




2 


293 


YANCEY COUNTY 


3 


124 


36 


7 


2 


2 


174 


TOTAL 


926 


42,297 


20,623 


1,306 


492 


487 


66,631 



* From 1984-85 certification files (headcount of full- and part-time personnel in both central office and school level). 
** Information not currently available. 



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Table 21 

TEACHER PROFILE BY SUBJECT AREA*, 1984-85 

(Grades 7-12) 



FEMALE 



MALE 



SUBJECT 
AREA 






English 

Math 

Science 

Social 
Studies 

Foreign 
Languages 

Arts Education 

Physical 
Education 

Vocational 
Education 

Block 

Miscel laneous 



7673 
4151 
2646 

2922 

1041 

1297 

944 

3426 

2298 

21 



87.0% 

72.2 

59.7 

59.0 

81.8 
60.7 

31.2 

56.9 

67.8 

9.7 



29.0% 

15.7 

10.0 

11.1 

3.9 
4.9 

3.6 

13.0 
8.7 
0.1 



19.2% 
10.4 
6.6 

7.3 

2.6 
3.2 



8.6 

5.7 
0.1 



1142 
1601 
1788 

2028 

231 
840 

2079 

2593 

1089 

196 



13.0% 

27.8 

40.3 

41.0 

18.2 
39.3 



43.1 
32.2 
90.3 



8.4% 



1.7 
6.2 

15.3 

19.1 
8.0 
1.4 



2.9% 

4.0 
4.5 

5.1 

0.6 
2.1 



6.5 
2.7 
0.5 



8815 
5752 
4434 

4950 

1272 
2137 

3023 

6019 

3387 

217 



22.0% 

14.4 

11.1 

12.4 

3.2 

5.3 

7.6 

15.0 
8.5 
0.5 



TOTAL 



26419 



66.0 



3587 



66.0 



40006 



100.0 



* Teachers 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 21 is a profile of teachers by subject area who are teaching courses 
in grades seven through twelve as reported on the Professional Personnel 
Activity Report in the fall of 1984. The information is presented by subject 
area and sex; please note that a teacher is counted once in each subject 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 subject 
area. For example, of the 8,815 people teaching an English course, 87.0% 
(7,673) are female and 13.0% (1,142) 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, 29.0% (7,673) of the 26,419 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 teachers are 
in Column H. For instance, 19.2% (7,673) of all teachers (40,006) 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 22 has been compiled from the Professional Personnel Budget (408) and 
teacher certification files for the 1984-85 school year. The percentages and 
ranks that have been computed are based upon full-time-equivalents of 

emplovment . 

In the table which follows, the definition of "classroom teachers" also 
includes guidance counselors and librarians. The percent rankings of classroom 
teachers with graduate degrees include all who hold a degree higher than a 
bachelor's. 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 upon 
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 22 



SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS OF PUBLIC SCHOOL STAFF, 1984-85 





CLASSROOM 


TEACHERS* 


CLASSROOM 


TEACHERS* 


PROFESSIONAL 


STAFF** 




WITH A 


SRADUATE 


WITH NO 


PRIOR 


PAID ENTIRELY 


UNIT NAME 


CERTIFICATE 


EXPERIENCE 


FROM LOCAL 


FUNDS 




°ERCENT 


RANK 


PERCENT 


RANK 


PERCENT 


RANK 


ALA"ANCE 


24.5 


05 


4.1 


56 


3.7 


94 


BURLINGTON 


33.4 


34 


3.3 


94 


9.6 


36 


ALEXANDER 


?8.'J 


62 


5.9 


15 


1.1 


130 


ALLEGHANY 


1 J. 6 


130 


3.1 


100 


2.9 


105 


ANSON 


25.2 


G2 


4.4 


4.3 


1.4 


125 


ASHE 


23.7 


59 


1.4 


135 


2.9 


105 


AVERY 


?0.0 


117 


7.7 


4 


4.0 


89 


BEAUFORT 


23.4 


90 


6.4 


10 


1.2 


128 


WASHINGTON 


29.6 


54 


6.5 


8 


2.7 


111 


BERTIE 


17.9 


1,34 


6.3 


11 


0.4 


134 


BLADEN 


19.3 


125 


2.7 


107 


1.8 


124 


3RUNSWICK 


22.2 


107 


3.3 


74 


7.3 


50 


3UNCOM3E 


37.3 


20 


2.7 


114 


4.3 


77 


ASHeVILLfc 


33.6 


23 


4.2 


54 


15.3 


8 


2URKE 


31.3 


45 


2.4 


119 


7.4 


57 


CABA3RUS 


49.2 


4 


2.9 


107 


5.7 


68 


KANNAPGLIS 


31.6 


42 


2.2 


122 


2.4 


117 


CALOWcLL 


27.3 


68 


3.9 


67 


5.7 


68 


CAMDEN 


15.9 


140 


3.2 


93 


2.8 


109 


CARTERET 


21.9 


110 


5.1 


27 


6.1 


66 


CASWELL 


25.9 


74 


2.6 


116 


0.0 


135 


CATA-T3A 


29. 1 


56 


3.? 


67 


11.7 


20 


HICKURY 


2B.6 


60 


4.6 


40 


7.2 


59 


NEWTON 


25.4 


91 


5.2 


24 


12.2 


15 


CHATHAM 


23.0 


94 


6.1 


14 


7.8 


50 


CHEROKEE 


25. 6 


75 


3.5 


90 


3.2 


101 


CHOWAN 


13.0 


133 


4.5 


44 


4.0 


39 


CLAY 


37.5 


13 


4.7 


37 


0.0 


135 


CLEVELAND 


40.5 


11 


4.1 


56 


4.6 


82 


KINGS MOUNTAIN 


33.9 


32 


5.2 


24 


7.0 


62 


SHELHY 


4o.8 


6 


4.1 


56 


10.8 


25 


COLUMhUS 


21.9 


110 


4.1 


56 


2.4 


117 


WHITEVILLE 


29.9 


5? 


4.9 


31 


3.2 


101 


CRAVEN 


35.4 


24 


3.0 


103 


4.7 


79 


CUMBERLAND 


25.5 


80 


5.4 


20 


6.7 


40 


FAYETTEVILLE 


27.9 


64 


3.0 


103 


18.2 


4 


CURRITUCK 


14.3 


141 


9.4 


3 


8.2 


46 


DARE 


19.4 


124 


4.5 


44 


12.7 


14 


DAVIDSON 


26.3 


71 


5.3 


23 


5.1 


75 


LEXINGTON 


22.9 


95 


4.3 


53 


7.7 


53 


THOMASVILLE 


30.6 


51 


0.0 


141 


7.3 


58 


DAVIE 


29.1 


56 


3.7 


73 


3.0 


104 


DUPLIN 


26.4 


72 


2.1 


123 


2.1 


120 


DURHA.-1 


34.4 


29 


5.4 


20 


16.0 


7 


DURHAM CITY 


39.4 


13 


4.7 


37 


17.5 


5 


EDGECOMBE 


1 5.6 


137 


3.9 


67 


2.1 


12C 


TAR30RO 


19.1 


126 


1.9 


130 


5.7 


68 


FORSYTH 


33.5 


33 


3.0 


103 


9.8 


31 


F lAN'KLIN 


?C. 2 


116 


5.0 


2" 


4.2 


83 



*INCLUDES ALL TFACHFRS, GUIDANCE COUNSELORS? AND LIPRARIAMS. 
**ALL PERSONNEL REPORTED ON THE PROFESSIONAL PERSONNEL BUDGET, 



1-46 



Table 2 2 



(continued) 
SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS OF PUBLIC SCHOOL STAFF, 



1984-85 





CLASSKOtH TEACHES* 


LLASSROl 


H TEACHERS* 


PROFESSIONAL 


STAFF** 




WITH ^ GRADUATE 


WITH 


NO PRIOR 


PAID ENTIRELY 


U !(T MA'1<= 


CERTIFICATE 


erpf 


RIENCE 


FROM LOCAL 


FUNDS 




PE r 'CE!^T <A'.'\ 


PFKCE IT 


PA'IK 


PERCENT 


RANK 


f^/;,kl i iri>\ 


2 0.6 115 


4.4 


49 


0.0 


135 


•3 \STU:J 


2 7.6 66 


<i . 1 


62 


5. 7 


63 


GMES 


16.5 133 


1 .1 


1 3 7 


7.6 


56 


CRA'-'A"' 


16.5 I 3 1 


i. i 


7'. 


2 .4 


9a 


bRANVILLS 


19.5 12 3 


5.2 


24 


4.8 


77 


JREoJC 


? 4 . 33 


1 . 1 


1 34 


11.1 


23 


GUILFORD 


3 2.7 3 5 


3.4 


9 3 


ii. a 


19 


GREENSUORO 


41.3 l" 1 


3.1 


100 


1G.4 


3 


HIGH PJIiiT 


33.1 17 




1 1 a 


11.0 


24 


HALIFAX 


21.'. ID 


1 . 4 


135 


0.5 


133 


ROaNOKE <ahds 


2 5.2 S 2 


4 . - 


40 


B .5 


43 


vel:u . 


35.4 2 4 


4 • 5 


40 


. 


135 


HARNETT 


25.6 7« 


3.3 


94 


1 . 1 


130 


HVY^OOO 


39.2 15 


2 • ■> 


1 L6 


9. i 


31 


HCNDEfiS )N 


34.2 30 


4. 3 


31 


8.7 


40 


HENOcRSONVILLE 


37.4 I? 


2.0 


129 


18.7 


2 


HHRTF3R0 


19.0 12a 


3.7 


78 


2.6 


115 


H IKE 


16. S 13 c 


5.7 


L( 


i.5 


97 


HYDE 


12.5 14? 


6 .3 


1 1 


5.4 


72 


IREDELL 


31.4 41 


4.4 


4B 


4.4 


95 


MOORcSVILLE 


3 2.0 40 


5.5 


19 


9.8 


31 


STATESVILLE 


3 1.3 45 


3. ! 


74 


16.7 


6 


JACKSCN 


55.7 ? 


2.7 


1 L4 


11.9 


17 


JOHN3T J) 


22.5 101 


r . . 1 


28 


6.9 


63 


J"'!", 


2 5 . V. 7 5 


0.0 


1 41 


0.9 


132 


LEE 


2 2.7 100 


3.6 


84 


11.2 


22 


L 'I.I" 


22.6 99 


3.6 


84 


4.6 


92 


KINSTON 


23.4 90 


: ' . 1 


123 


9. 5 


37 


lincolm 


29.7 53 


4. . 


48 


4.4 


8 5 


MACON 


44.0 7 


5.5 


18 


10.4 


27 


f'.AJ I SC-J 


3 2.5 101 


5. 1 


94 


0.0 


135 


MARTIN 


30.7 t9 


4. 1 


6 2 


13.0 


13 


MCDU.iELL 


2 5 . B 7 5 


2.3 


1 12 


2.9 


105 


■■IECK LF.'I 3LRG 


'.0.3 12 


2.9 


IU7 


13.5 


1 1 


UTCHELL 


25.5 78 


0. ) 


1 (.1 


2.1 


120 


i ' iTlini-IFKY 


34.2 30 


4.9 


31 


3.6 


96 


10URE 


2 3.0 62 


4. 7 


3 7 


8.4 


44 


HASH 


18.9 129 


3. I 


6 7 


5.1 


75 


RUCKY MOUNT 


32.1 39 


2.9 


107 


7.2 


59 


NEW HANOVER 


23.2 92 


2.3 


1 12 


10.3 


28 


NORTHAMPTON 


19.6 130 


2.4 


1 1 7 


2.9 


105 


IjNSLOJ 


22.5 101 


6.5 


8 


2.1 


120 


URANbfc 


34. fc 27 


4.6 


40 


13.3 


12 


CHAPEL HILL 


56.4 I 


. 4 


140 


22.6 


I 


P\ 1LIC C 


21.9 110 


6.7 


6 


3.4 


93 


PASGUOTAIJK 


19. o 121 


3.5 


90 


b. 1 


66 


PFNDER 


2 0.0 117 


2 . ' 


1 07 


2.6 


115 


PtRCUIf-HNS 


22.3 105 


2.1 


12 ) 


7. I 


53 


PERSON 


2 7. J 6'} 


3. 1 


67 


3.6 


42 



* INCLUDES ALL TEACHERS. GUIDANCE COUNSELORS. AND LIBRARIANS. 
**ALL PERSONNEL RLPORTEO ON THE PROFESSIONAL PERSONNEL BUDGET, 



1-47 



Table 2 2 



( continued) 
SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS OF PUBLIC SCHOOL STAFF, 



1984-85 





C L \ S 5 R 


OH TEACHERS* 


r.LASS°00"'l 


TEACHERS* 


PROFESSIONAL 


STAFF** 




WITH 


A GRADUATE 


WITH NO 


PRIOR 


PAID ENTIRELY 


TUT I4A»r 


CE" 


TIFICaTE 


£<PERIENCE 


FROM LOCAL 


f UMOS 




ft"c r ;:T 


R A 1 '. 


PEKCE'lT 


RANK 


PERCENT 


RANK 


pin 


32.4 


37 


4.5 


44 


9.7 


35 


r, '., ; £:jv ille 


44.0 


7 


4.3 


62 


11.9 


17 


P'JLK 


il.'l 


43 


11 


2 


7.1 


61 


TRYON 


3?.'« 


37 


5.4 


20 


9.8 


31 


RANDOLPH 


22.3 


9J 


6.6 


7 


4.6 


82 


ASHEBOP. 1 


34. 5 


21 


3.9 


67 


9.9 


30 


UCH' i... 


22. 1 


103 


3.2 


98 


2.7 


11 1 


RU * c S '■'. 


zo.o 


117 


4.4 


43 


1.2 


123 


FAIRMONT 


27.(3 


65 


4. 3 


34 


0.0 


135 


LU'-iPcP.TOH 


2 1. J 


1 14 


2.1 


123 


4.7 


79 


RF? SPRIiiGS 


?2.1 


108 


6.3 


11 


4.7 


79 


ST PAULS 


28.9 


5* 


4.3 


34 


0.0 


135 


ROCKINGH4H 


24.7 


84 


3.7 


78 


3.8 


93 


cu:'-: 


23.4 


51 


3.3 


103 


o.3 


65 


WESTER ROCKING 


19.9 


121 


3.5 


90 


2.8 


109 


\EIQSVILLE 


31.2 


47 


1.3 


132 


3.4 


44 


V J H 4 N 


29.4 


55 


3.6 


84 


3.1 


47 


SALISBURY 


41. 4 


9 


0.7 


139 


14.4 


9 


F.ur»E r (Fnp^ 


35.3 


22 


3.9 


67 


9.3 


37 


S4 IPSO 1 


18.3 


13^ 


3.1 


100 


2.4 


117 


CL I'lTJi-J 


2 6.9 


70 


1.9 


130 


10.6 


26 


SCOTLMO 


23.3 


SI 


5.7 


16 


7.7 


53 


STViLY 


37.0 


21 


3.7 


73 


3.4 


93 


AL3FMARLE 


33.4 


16 


3.S 


84 


8.1 


47 


5 T OK l- S 


22.3 


10 C 


4.0 


62 


3.1 


47 


S'J2?.Y 


22. t 


104 


4.0 


62 


5.3 


73 


ELKI.J 


32.7 


35 


1.3 


1 32 


1 1.7 


20 


;13U'IT A IKY 


26.0 


73 


3.3 


74 


10.2 


29 


SWAIN 


39.4 


13 


2.1 


123 


3.7 


94 


TRAMSYLVANIA 


3J.^ 


53 


4. '3 


34 


7.8 


50 


TYrtRCLL 


16.7 


136 


12 


I 


0.0 


135 


UNIUN 


3 5.0 


26 


5.0 


28 


5.2 


74 


.•'T;R3E 


4 5.3 


5 


7.2 


5 


13.9 


10 


vaNCe 


22.9 


9 s ; 


3.6 


84 


2.7 


HI 


WAKE 


27.4 


67 


2.0 


123 


12.2 


15 


r^AKni-l 


19. 1 


126 


3.7 


7? 


1.4 


125 


JASHIflGTON 


23.1 


93 


2.4 


119 


2.7 


11 1 


WATAUGA 


c 3.° 


3 


4.1 


56 


9.1 


39 


WAYNE 


24.4 


86 


3.3 


94 


4.4 


85 


G3LDS0ORO 


24.3 


37 


3.7 


7* 


4.0 


39 


WILKES 


32.0 


40 


3.6 


84 


4.0 


89 


VJILS3.J 


22.9 


9- 


4.2 


54 


6.9 


63 


YAOK I i 


31.2 


47 


't .5 


44 


1.4 


125 


YA'ICEY 


23.0 


117 


4 .1 


56 


3.1 


103 



*i;iCLUOES ALL TEACHERS. GUIOAMCE COUNSELORS, ANO LI?RARIANS. 
S*ALL PE'lSNNNEL REPORTED ON THE PROFESSIONAL PERSONNEL BUDGET, 



1-48 



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 year. The Financial Report 
is not an audit but an accurate accounting of revenues and expenditures by each 
local education agency for the preceding fiscal 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 142 local education 
agencies in 1983-84. 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, not reported on the Financial Report. Current 
expenditures are shown for public kindergartens, elementary and secondary 
schools, 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 Leieune military base schools, and the Cherokee Indian reservation 
schools are not included. 

As can be seen in Table 23, the total 1983-84 expenditure for current 
operating expenses of the public school system in North Carolina was 
$2,448,697,684. Of this amount, $1,568,252,743 or 64.0 percent was provided by 
the state; $251,369,243 or 10.3 percent came from federal funds; $629,075,699 
or 25.7 percent was provided by local governments. Salaries and employee 
fringe benefits represented 81.7 percent of total current expense expenditures. 
They also accounted for 92.0 percent of state expenditures, 67.2 percent of 
federal expenditures, and 61.8 percent of local expenditures. Expenditures per 
pupil in final average daily membership was $1,445.77 from state funds, $231.73 
from federal funds, and $579.93 from local funds for a total per pupil 
expenditure of $2,257.43. Table 24 illustrates the distribution of the dollar 
for public education in 1983-84 and is followed by a ten-year comparison of per 
pupil expenditues by source in Table 25. Table 26 cites the per pupil 
expenditure ranking and total for each LEA while Table 27 shows the same pupil 
expenditures and rank but excludes the school food service expenditures. 



1-49 



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Table 24 



Distribution of the Dollar for Public Education 

1983-84 



For Every Dollar Spent in Public Elementary and Secondary 
Schools in North Carolina, 1983-84 



68 CENTS WENT TO SALARIES 



1 CENT WENT TO 
OTHER OBJECTS 




1 CENT WENT TO 

INSTRUCTIONAL 

EQUIPMENT 



11 CENTS WENT TO 
SUPPLIES & MATERIALS 



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EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 



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PURCHASED SERVICES 



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1-52 



Table 26 



PER PUPIL EXPENDITURE RANKING, 1983-84 



L r A 




SIATT 


FFUFRAL 


LOCAL 




TOTAL 


NAME 




PPE 


R ANK 


PPE 


PANK 


PPE 


RANK 




PPE 


RANK 


ALAM4NCE ClI'J.TY 


1 


,417.67 


117 


179.24 


113 


500.37 


69 


2 


,097.28 


119 


BURLINGTON CITY 


1 


,418.09 


1 16 


169.65 


123 


712.06 


20 


2 


,300.60 


55 


ALLXANUFR COUNTY 


1 


441. 54 


87 


185.42 


1 12 


369.34 


120 


1 


,996.30 


136 


ALLEGHANY COUNTY 


1 


,631.47 


9 


249.57 


74 


452.76 


92 


2 


,333.80 


43 


ANSON COUNTY 


1 


,493.62 


49 


340.36 


30 


359.07 


12^ 


2 


,193.05 


33 


ASHE COUNTY 


1 


634.23 


3 


323.75 


34 


396 . o a 


1 12 


2 


,354.06 


42 


AVbRY COUNTY 


1 


563.78 


21 


290.97 


43 


361.29 


12 3 


2 


,216.04 


81 


JEAUFORT COUNTY 


1 


423.94 


100 


287.63 


5 1 


3 3 8.45 


123 


2 


,055.03 


126 


WASHINGTON CITY 


1 


432.56 


95 


287.98 


31 


443.34 


95 


2 


,163.38 


96 


BERTIE COUNTY 


1 


,503.90 


41 


416. 13 


12 


311.69 


I 57 


2 


,236.72 


69 


blad-;n COUNTY 


1 


504.90 


43 


353.11 


22 


486.02 


7 2 


2 


,349.03 


44 


BRUNSWICK COUNTY 


1 


411. 91 


12 1 


259.12 


70 


555.70 


4 3 


2 


,226.73 


73 


BUNCOMBE COUNTY 


1 


429.74 


99 


145.32 


134 


611.83 


29 


2 


,186.39 


37 


ASHEVILLb CITY 


1 


538.94 


25 


315.20 


33 


1,027.00 


3 


2 


,881.14 


1 


3URKE COUNTY 


1 


442.47 


8 5 


157.82 


12^ 


515.67 


66 


2 


115.96 


113 


CAdARRUS COUNTY 


1 


442.05 


86 


135.13 


1 13 


4 70.6 9 


8j 


2 


,097.37 


117 


KANNAPDLIS CITY 


1 


,393.55 


1 30 


212.12 


37 


476.22 


76 


2 


,086.39 


122 


CALOWELL COUNTY 


1 


3 96.13 


132 


161.30 


125 


473.77 


7 7 


2 


,031.20 


130 


CAMDEN COUNTY 


1 


,667.56 


3 


341.18 


29 


473.56 


75 


2 


,487.30 


23 


CARTERET COUNTY 


1 


363.86 


140 


136.30 


1 11 


460.62 


87 


2 


,010.73 


135 


CASWELL COUNTY 


1 


511.33 


33 


275.28 


57 


330.47 


132 


2 


117.13 


1 12 


CATAW3A CCUNTY 


1 


399.79 


129 


158.96 


1 2 3 


541.64 


53 


2 


,100.39 


115 


HICKORY CITY 


1 


436.41 


89 


210.14 


100 


5 5 3.33 


5 


2 


200.33 


32 


NEWTON CITY 


1 


432.67 


56 


225.83 


2 5 


535.61 


5 6 


2 


,244.11 


67 


CHATHAM COUNTY 


1 


,486.81 


52 


218.94 


?1 


635.31 


24 


2 


341.06 


46 


CHEROKEE COJ'.TY 


1 


432.72 


77 


309.76 


3 ) 


316.15 


136 


2 


,073.63 


125 


CHOWAN COUNTY 


1 


529.26 


25 


326.78 


33 


525.20 


59 


2 


,381.24 


36 


CLAY COUNTY 


1 


611.39 


12 


290.83 


49 


340.86 


12 ! 


2 


243.08 


68 


CLEVELAND COUNTY 


1 


457.48 


73 


211.11 


93 


421.20 


105 


2 


,039.79 


121 


KINGS MTN CITY 


1 


440.93 


38 


256.92 


71 


520.60 


6 2 


2 


,218.45 


80 


SHELBY CITY 


1 


532.48 


17 


268.44 


-31 


583.29 


41 


2 


434.21 


26 


COLIJMBJS COUNTY 


1 


511.23 


40 


333.62 


13 


431.32 


103 


2 


331.17 


49 


WHITEVILLE CITY 


1 


465.95 


63 


291.80 


4 6 


380.52 


117 


2 


133.27 


103 


CRAVEN COUNTY 


1 


424.88 


110 


2 22.94 


33 


524.23 


60 


2 


172.10 


93 


CUMBERLAND COUNTY 


1 


350.77 


1 42 


264.54 


o5 


46 3.63 


51 


2 


033.94 


124 


FAYETTEVILLE CITY 


1 


505.11 


4 2 


303.19 


43 


866.40 


10 


2 


674.70 


5 


CURRITUCK COUNTY 


1 


512.01 


36 


268.68 


oO 


624.94 


26 


2 


404.73 


30 


DARE COUNTY 


1 


394.56 


1 33 


144.61 


135 


786.34 


12 


2 


325.51 


53 


DAVIDSON COUNTY 


1 


374.36 


1 1 I 


144.04 


136 


367.07 


12 1 


1 


885.47 


142 


LEXINGTON CITY 


1 


427.55 


'. a s 


227.63 


5 2 


615.34 


27 


3 


270.53 


60 


THOMASVILLE CITY 


1 


499.94 


48 


229.65 


8 1 


516.56 


65 


2 


246.15 


66 


DAVIE COUNTY 


1 


419.03 


1 15 


149.34 


133 


466.04 


8 2 


2 


034.41 


128 


DUPLIN COUNTY 


1 


517.13 


34 


337.14 


32 


311.42 


133 


2 


165.74 


95 


DURHAM COUNTY 


1 


404.79 


126 


132.96 


140 


882.23 


9 


2 


419.98 


27 


DURHAM CITf 


li 


435.29 


91 


321.33 


3 5 


1,051.53 


2 


2 


808.20 


3 


EDGECOMBE COUNTY 


1 


489.95 


5 1 


398.73 


l c > 


411.90 


108 


2 


300.58 


56 


TARP.URO CITY 


1 


394.51 


1 3 4 


256.43 


72 


463.17 


35 


2 


114.11 


114 


FORSYTH COUNTY 


1 


474.57 


62 


186.74 


1 10 


884.27 


3 


2 


545.58 


16 


FRANKLIN COUNTY 


1 


467.68 


66 


3 04.3 7 


42 


460.68 


B6 


2 


232.73 


70 


Ff.ANKLINTON CITY 


1 


435.54 


54 


3 5 3.94 


27 


427.00 


108 


2 


266.48 


62 


GASTON COUNTY 


1 


372.38 


139 


152.11 


1 30 


414.59 


106 


I 


939.08 


140 



1-53 



Table 26 

(continued) 
PER PUPIL EXPENDITURE RANKING, 1983-84 



LEA 




STATE 


FFDFRAL 


L 1CAL 




TOTAL 


na.-v: 




PPF 


HANK 


PPE 


RANK 


PPE 


°.ANK 




PPF 


3ANK 


OATHS COUNTY 


1 


655.93 


6 


402.72 


13 


553.49 


51 


2 


612.14 


13 


GRAHAM CUUNTY 


I 


627.91 


11 


241.34 


78 


459.43 


83 


2 


328.68 


52 


G n .ANVILLt COUNTY 


1, 


A 3 3.0? 


94 


307.87 


40 


432.30 


99 


2, 


173.26 


92 


&P.EENE COUNTY 


1 


601 .42 


15 


435.79 


7 


575.03 


43 


2 


612.24 


12 


GUILFORD COUNTY 


1 


42*3.40 


103 


146.77 


133 


7e3.73 


14 


2 


358.90 


39 


GREFNSBORO CITY 


1 


500.69 


47 


190.67 


109 


924.76 


6 


2 


616.32 


11 


HIGH POINT CITY 


1 


460.03 


72 


221.31 


39 


942.31 


5 


2 


624.65 


9 


HALIFAX COUNTY 


1 


551.40 


24 


542.75 


I 


302.25 


139 


2 


396.40 


33 


ROANOKE RAPIDS CITY 


I 


434.89 


92 


133.10 


I 16 


604.51 


33 


2 


222.50 


76 


WELOON CITY 


I 


634.43 


7 


436.19 


6 


437.25 


98 


2 


5 07.37 


20 


HARNETT COUNTY 


1 


412.33 


119 


223.71 


37 


376.26 


1 19 


2 


012.30 


134 


HAYWOOO COUNTY 


1 


467.57 


67 


203.23 


101 


583.45 


40 


2 


259.25 


63 


HENDERSON COUNTY 


I 


393.79 


135 


172.87 


120 


485.12 


73 


2 


051.73 


127 


HENOERSONVILLE CITY 


1 


5 04.6 2 


44 


2 61.46 


67 


393.01 


7 


2 


,659.09 


6 


HERTFORD COUNTY 


1 


511.50 


37 


427.43 


10 


406.15 


no 


2 


,345.13 


45 


HOKE COUNTY 


1 


403.31 


123 


399.80 


14 


327.49 


134 


2 


130.60 


105 


HYDE COUNTY 


1 


779.44 


1 


369.35 


20 


659.41 


22 


2 


,P03.20 


3 * 


IREDELL COUNTY 


1 


397.30 


131 


172.31 


121 


390.03 


114 


1 


,959.69 


139 


MHQRESVILLE CITY 


1 


(482.90 


55 


197.06 


107 


5 40.3 3 


54 


2 


,220.79 


73 


STATESVILLE CITY 


1 


469.78 


63 


267.91 


63 


714.13 


19 


2 


,451.37 


25 


JACKSON COUNTY 


1 


462.43 


71 


227.41 


33 


456.18 


91 


2 


146.07 


101 


JOHNSTON COUNTY 


1 


421.46 


112 


214.42 


94 


490.01 


71 


Z 


125.39 


103 


JONES COUNTY 


1 


663.77 


4 


430.42 


9 


403.23 


109 


2 


502.42 


21 


LEfc COUNTY 


1 


425. EO 


109 


199.79 


105 


571.35 


45 


2 


196.95 


84 


LENOIR COUNTY 


1 


520.72 


33 


315.27 


37 


532.72 


56 


2 


368.71 


37 


KINSTON CITY 


1 


421.77 


101 


361.98 


21 


576.63 


42 


2 


367. <t3 


33 


LINCOLN COUNTY 


1 


427.31 


106 


153.37 


124 


443.72 


94 


2 


34.40 


129 


MACON COUNTY 


1 


537.62 


26 


215.30 


93 


525.46 


53 


2 


273.33 


59 


MADISON COUNTY 


1 


611.34 


13 


354.74 


24 


280.34 


141 


2 


246.42 


65 


MARTIN CUUNTY 


1 


497.46 


50 


350.35 


23 


623.29 


25 


2 


476.10 


24 


MCDOWELL COUNTY 


1 


407.27 


124 


212.76 


96 


349.75 


126 


1 


969.78 


133 


MECKLENBURG COUNTY 


1 


447.03 


79 


206.46 


103 


955.24 


4 


2 


608.73 


14 


MITCHELL COUNTY 


1 


563.99 


20 


263.05 


62 


464.17 


83 


2 


296.21 


57 


MONTGOMERY COUNTY 


1 


468.96 


65 


291.06 


47 


387.05 


115 


2 


147.09 


100 


MOOPE COUNTY 


1 


477.64 


59 


243.99 


76 


612.94 


2? 


2 


339.57 


47 


NASH COUNTY 


1 


408.23 


123 


270.43 


59 


45b. 3d 


90 


? 


135.04 


104 


ROCKY MOUNT CITY 


1 


r409.93 


121 


259.70 


69 


597.92 


34 


2 


,267.55 


61 


NEW HANOVER COUNTY 


1 


373.75 


137 


193.78 


106 


611.03 


30 


2 


138.56 


86 


NORTHAMPTON COUNTY 


1 


524.69 


30 


515.94 


2 


363.73 


122 


2 


404.41 


31 


ONSLOW COUNTY 


1 


,358.32 


141 


233.97 


79 


423.25 


101 


2 


020.54 


131 


ORANGE COUNTY 


1 


»462.50 


70 


132.56 


117 


746.19 


lb 


2 


,391.25 


34 


CHAPEL HILL CARRBORO 


1 


434.77 


93 


131.92 


141 


lt258.31 


I 


2 


325.00 


2 


PAMLICO COUNTY 


1 


5 74.44 


19 


261.42 


63 


412.10 


107 


2 


247.96 


64 


PASQUOTANK COUNTY 


I 


,444.40 


83 


234.02 


54 


453.14 


39 


2 


186.56 


33 


PENDER COUNTY 


1 


,4d5.96 


53 


305.01 


41 


437.94 


96 


2 


,226.91 


72 


PERQUIMANS COUNTY 


1 


r607.16 


14 


451.42 


8 


597.72 


35 


2 


636.30 


7 


PERSON COUNTY 


I 


.502.52 


46 


321 .70 


35 


562.14 


43 


2 


386.36 


35 


PITT COUNTY 


I 


r445.06 


80 


299.96 


45 


564.59 


36 


2 


329.61 


51 


GREENVILLE CITY 


1 


,419.20 


114 


300.40 


44 


610.19 


31 


2 


,329.79 


50 


POLK COUNTY 


1 


699.42 


2 


226.44 


35 


565.63 


46 


2 


,491.54 


22 


TRYON CITY 


1 


,525.93 


29 


230.41 


56 


735.22 


17 


2 


541.56 


17 



1-54 



Table 26 

(continued) 
PER PUPIL EXPENDITURE RANKING, 1983-84 



L C A 


ST4TE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 




TOTAL 


.NAME 


PPF 


RANK. 


PPE 


RANK 


PPE 


RANK 




PPE 


RANK 


RANDOLPH CO'JNTY 1 


,392.63 


1 36 


112.74 


142 


395.62 


1 13 


1 


,900.99 


141 


ASHEHJRO CITY I 


,436.03 


90 


143.33 


1 57 


639.06 


23 


2 


,213.92 


79 


RICHMOND COUNTY 1 


,427.70 


104 


253.72 


73 


334.42 


130 


2 


,015.84 


133 


R06ESON COUNTY I 


,444.53 


82 


490.43 


3 


297.64 


140 


2 


,232.70 


71 


FAIRMONT CITY 1 


,502.94 


4 5 


397.39 


IS 


273.44 


142 


2 


,173.7? 


91 


LUMCERTON CITY 1 


,426.68 


IC 7 


267.42 


64 


424.41 


L03 


2 


,113.51 


110 


RED SPRINGS CITY 1 


,462.86 


69 


354.53 


26 


328.00 


1 3 < 


2 


,145.39 


102 


SAINT PAULS CITY 1 


,425.99 


103 


339.33 


31 


332.03 


1 31 


2 


,C97.34 


118 


ROCK INGHAM COUNTY 1 


,479.63 


53 


203.21 


1 )2 


492.32 


70 


2 


,180.66 


90 


EDEN CITY 1 


444.31 


64 


149.40 


131 


5 04.7 


69 


> 


,098.41 


116 


WESTERN ROCKINGHAM 1 


,420.32 


1 L3 


227.18 


84 


519.37 


63 


2 


rl&5.?7 


94 


REIOSVILLE C ITY 1 


453.16 


75 


2 64. 13 


66 


572.34 


4S 


2 


290.13 


58 


ROWAN COUNTY I 


409.10 


122 


134.35 


1 14 


524. 13 


61 


2 


,117.53 


HI 


SALISBURY CITY I 


522.25 


31 


354.72 


2 5 


7 46.86 


15 


3 


623.33 


10 


RUTHERFORD COUNTY 1 


432.50 


^ 


216.73 


92 


503.2 3 


6 ' 


2 


157.51 


98 


SAMPSON COUNTY 1 


573. 84 


18 


397.14 


L7 


382.47 


1 IS 


2 


353.45 


40 


CLINTON CITY 1 


475.52 


6 1 


239.42 


3 ) 


592.37 


37 


2 


3 5 7.31 


41 


SCOTLAND COUNTY 1 


428.48 


1 02 


242.53 


77 


550.43 


52 


2 


221.44 


77 


STANLY COUNTY 1 


409.77 


64 


142.98 


138 


472.30 


79 


7 


,085.55 


123 


ALbEMARLE CITY 1 


521.39 


32 


161.60 


125 


730.06 


13 


2 


413.05 


29 


STOKES COUNTY 1 


417.41 


1 1 3 


171.02 


122 


596.4 3 


J6 


7 


1 34.3 5 


89 


SURRY COUNTY 1 


455.42 


74 


183.34 


Us 


485.07 


7S 


2 


124.8 3 


109 


ELKIN CITY 1 


553.23 


22 


191.58 


103 


784.73 


13 


2 


534.54 


18 


MOUNT AIRY CITY 1 


444.61 


BI 


210. 17 


99 


699.04 


2 1 


2 


353.32 


43 


SWAIN COUNTY I 


656.96 


5 


375.23 


19 


529.96 


57 


2 


562.17 


15 


TRANSYLVANIA COUNTY 1 


422.95 


1 1 1 


173.50 


1 1 J 


563.04 


47 


2 


I 59.49 


97 


TYRRELL COUNTY 1 


623.02 


10 


480.16 


4 


518.06 


64 


2 


626.24 


3 


UNION COUNTY 1 


405.67 


1 !5 


140.50 


1 V9 


423.91 


1 IS 


1 


970. 14 


137 


MONROE CITY 1 


456.14 


75 


2 71.04 


58 


583.60 


39 


2 


310.78 


54 


VANCE COUNTY 1 


404.39 


1 2 7 


282.54 


55 


404.65 


1 1 1 


' 


091.58 


120 


WAKE COUNTY 1, 


429.99 


98 


161.11 


12 7 


306.34 


1 1 


2 


397.44 


32 


»AkREN COUNTY 1 


599.21 


16 


439.75 


5 


377.70 


ii a 


2 


415.66 


28 


WASHINGTON COUNTY 1, 


5 11.25 


39 


355.37 


23 


357.12 


L25 


2 


223.74 


75 


WATAJGA COUNTY 1, 


532.87 


27 


220. 14 


90 


472. R'j 


7 3 


2i 


225.89 


74 


WAYNE COUNTY 1 


451.47 


7 1 


214.04 


95 


463.37 


84 


2 


129.33 


106 


G0LDS30R0 CITY 1 


481.38 


5 7 


424.35 


11 


604.89 


»2 


3, 


510.62 


19 


WILKES COUNTY I 


475.53 


60 


204.09 


104 


333.60 


12 3 


2 


oie. 22 


132 


WILSON COUNTY 1, 


431.07 


97 


286.23 


53 


437.52 


V 7 


3 


1 54.32 


99 


YAOKIN COUNTY 1 


514.52 


35 


232.13 


80 


448.74 


93 


3, 


195.39 


85 


YANCEY COUNTY I, 


554.63 




2 49.16 


75 


3 24.44 


133 


3 


123.23 


107 



1-55 



Table 27 

PER PUPIL EXPENDITURE RANKING, 1983-84 

EXCLUDES SCHOOL FOOD SERVICE EXPENDITURES 



LEA 




STATE 


FEDERAL 




LOCAL 






TOTAL 


NAMF 




PPE 


RANK 


PPE 


RANK 


PPF 


RANK 




PPE 


RANK 


ALAM4NCF COUNTY 


1 


41 1.63 


118 


92.16 


125 


377. 


52 


78 


1, 


381. 


31 


118 


BURLINGTON CITY 


1 


411.97 


116 


102.22 


113 


602 


46 


19 


2. 


116. 


65 


47 


ALEXANDFR COUNTY 


1 


435.62 


86 


118.03 


99 


245 


98 


134 


1, 


799. 


68 


135 


ALLFGHANY COUNTY 


I 


619.87 


8 


157.07 


56 


358. 


84 


89 


2, 


135. 


78 


39 


ANSON COUNTY 


1 


492.90 


47 


172.36 


43 


289 


71 


118 


1. 


954. 


97 


91 


ASHE COUNTY 


I 


628.29 


7 


183.24 


32 


308. 


04 


113 


2 


119. 


57 


46 


AVFRY COUNTY 


I 


557. 10 


20 


153. 39 


60 


295. 


16 


116 


2. 


005. 


65 


78 


BEAUFORT COUNTY 


I 


422.95 


100 


186.79 


28 


244 


34 


135 


1, 


854. 


08 


127 


WASHINGTON CITY 


1 


426.62 


96 


182.41 


34 


346 


90 


97 


1, 


955. 


93 


90 


BERTIE COUNTY 


1 


503.34 


40 


267.82 


5 


246 


10 


133 


2, 


017. 


26 


74 


RLADEN COUNTY 


1 


499. 12 


43 


224.47 


16 


364 


68 


87 


2, 


088. 


27 


54 


BRUNSWICK COUNTY 


1 


406.16 


120 


125.21 


89 


457 


61 


47 


1, 


988 


98 


83 


BUNCOMBF COUNTY 


1 


424.13 


99 


96.45 


120 


479 


02 


42 


1 


999. 


60 


80 


ASHEVILI F CITY 


1 


532.99 


25 


188.48 


26 


931 


70 


3 


2, 


653. 


17 


2 


BURKE COUNTY 


1 


436.77 


84 


98.79 


118 


390. 


74 


72 


1, 


926. 


30 


103 


CABARRUS COUNTY 


1 


,436.32 


85 


96.34 


121 


358 


06 


90 


1 


390 


72 


116 


KANNAPOL IS CITY 


1 


392.82 


130 


121.91 


92 


414 


68 


61 


1 


929. 


41 


102 


CALDWELL COUNTY 


I 


390.55 


132 


87.56 


130 


350 


20 


93 


1 


828 


31 


129 


CAMDEN COUNTY 


1 


650.49 


4 


218. 13 


19 


381 


63 


74 


2, 


250 


25 


22 


CARTERFT COUNTY 


1 


361.24 


140 


95.87 


122 


371 


13 


83 


1, 


828. 


24 


130 


CASWFLL COUNTY 


1 


506.04 


36 


156.25 


57 


229 


06 


139 


1 


891. 


35 


115 


CATAWBA COUNTY 


I 


394. 10 


129 


71.79 


141 


413 


99 


62 


1, 


879. 


88 


121 


HICKORY CITY 


I 


430.78 


90 


110.49 


103 


439 


62 


54 


1 


980 


89 


85 


NEWTON CITY 


1 


475.85 


54 


131.66 


81 


42 9 


68 


58 


2 


037 


19 


64 


CHATHAM COUNTY 


1 


481.16 


52 


122.79 


91 


505 


42 


38 


2 


109. 


37 


48 


CHFROKFE COUNTY 


1 


447.62 


76 


124.50 


90 


195 


28 


142 


1 


767. 


40 


139 


CHOWAN COUNTY 


1 


521.17 


28 


184.09 


30 


455 


61 


48 


2, 


160 


87 


33 


CLAY COUNTY 


1 


595.52 


14 


157.08 


55 


264 


67 


125 


2 


017. 


27 


73 


CLEVELAND COUNTY 


1 


451.85 


74 


95.83 


123 


313 


40 


109 


1 


861 


08 


126 


KINGS MTN CITY 


1 


435.14 


87 


182.73 


33 


406 


12 


64 


2 


023 


99 


69 


SHFI BY C ITY 


I 


576.61 


17 


160.94 


53 


509 


11 


37 


2 


246. 


66 


24 


COLUMBUS COUNTY 


1 


505.38 


38 


251.23 


8 


316 


60 


107 


2, 


073 


21 


58 


WHITEVILLF CITY 


1 


458. 84 


68 


147.33 


65 


290 


99 


117 


1 


897 


16 


113 


CRAVEN COUNTY 


I 


.419.08 


109 


115.68 


100 


450 


13 


50 


I 


984 


89 


84 


CUMBERLAND COUNTY 


1 


,344.95 


142 


159.97 


54 


393 


80 


71 


1 


898 


72 


112 


FAYFTTEVILLF CITY 


1 


,499.21 


42 


175.66 


40 


781 


,62 


10 


2 


456 


49 


6 


CURRITUCK COUNTY 


1 


,502.94 


41 


146.81 


67 


535 


45 


29 


2 


185 


20 


31 


DARF COUNTY 


1 


384.64 


136 


87.08 


132 


690 


17 


11 


2 


161 


89 


32 


DAVIDSON COUNTY 


1 


,368.49 


138 


77.49 


138 


240 


08 


137 


1 


636 


06 


142 


LEXINGTON CITY 


1 


,421.91 


105 


139.70 


71 


522 


.03 


33 


2 


083 


64 


56 


THOMASVILLF CITY 


I 


,492.31 


48 


132.07 


80 


395 


82 


69 


2 


020 


20 


72 


DAVIE COUNTY 


1 


,413.15 


114 


104. 85 


112 


349 


47 


94 


1 


867 


47 


125 


OUPI IN COUNTY 


1 


511.37 


33 


184.61 


29 


264 


91 


124 


1 


960 


89 


87 


DURHAM COUNTY 


1 


399.07 


125 


86.47 


133 


790 


.09 


8 


2 


275 


63 


19 


DURHAM CITY 


1 


,429.42 


92 


155.63 


58 


1,000 


.04 


2 


2 


585 


09 


4 


EDGECOMBE COUNTY 


1 


,484.06 


51 


221.22 


18 


378 


63 


77 


2 


083 


91 


55 


TARBORO CITY 


1 


388.24 


133 


139.47 


73 


411 


.52 


63 


1 


939 


23 


100 


FORSYTH COUNTY 


1 


468. 86 


61 


102.13 


114 


786 


57 


9 


2 


357 


61 


12 


FRANKLIN COUNTY 


1 


,461.86 


67 


170.32 


46 


381 


.21 


75 


2 


013 


39 


75 


FRANKLINTON CITY 


1 


46 9.94 


59 


169. 10 


47 


312 


48 


110 


1 


951 


52 


95 


GASTON COUNTY 


I 


,366.70 


139 


79.52 


136 


332 


.91 


104 


1 


779 


13 


138 



1-56 



Table 27 

(continued) 
PER PUPIL EXPENDITURE RANKING, 1983-84 

EXCLUDES SCHOOL FOOD SERVICE EXPENDITURES 



LEA 




STATE 


FEDERAL 




LOCAL 




TOTAL 


NAMF 


PPE 


RANK 


PPE 


RANK 


PPE 


RANK 




PPE 


RANK 


GATFS COUNTY 


1,643 


89 


6 


2?4.33 


17 


463 


4 5 


46 


2 


331.67 


15 


GRAHAM COUNTY 


1,617 


06 


9 


147.89 


63 


354 


93 


91 


2 


119.88 


44 


GRANvILLF COUNTY 


1.42 7 


36 


94 


152.45 


61 


333 


41 


103 


1, 


913.22 


108 


GRFFNE COUNTY 


1,594 


7 2 


15 


240.37 


12 


514 


73 


35 


2, 


349.82 


14 


GlirLFORQ COUNTY 


1.422 


72 


I 33 


66.64 


142 


645 


17 


14 


2 


134. 53 


40 


GREFNSROPO CITY 


1.495 


05 


45 


110.36 


105 


839 


9 2 


6 


2 


445.33 


7 


HIGH POINT CITY 


1.454 


14 


7? 


125.46 


3a 


845 


87 


5 


2 


425.47 


3 


HALIFAX COUNTY 


1.545 


55 


23 


293.60 


3 


256 


3 


129 


2 


095.23 


52 


ROANOKE RAPIDS CITY 


1.43 1 


52 


89 


127. 34 


83 


539 


19 


27 


2 


098.15 


51 


WFLOON C ITY 


1,611 


5 ) 


10 


249.59 


9 


401 


57 


66 


2 


262.66 


20 


HARNETT COUNTY 


1.406 


54 


1 1 9 


119.93 


97 


280 


90 


122 


1 


807.37 


132 


HAYWOOD COUNTY 


1.461 


qq 


66 


120.99 


93 


479 


03 


4 1 


2 


061. 90 


60 


HENDERSON COUNTY 


1.385 


6-. 


1 J 5 


120.49 


95 


373 


4 6 


81 


1 


879.60 


122 


HENDERSONVILLE CITY 


1.504 


62 


39 


183.72 


31 


806 


Jo 


7 


2 


494.40 


5 


HERTFORD COUNTY 


1, 505 


75 


37 


243.89 


1 1 


375 


33 


80 


2 


125.02 


43 


HCKE COUNTY 


1.397 


54 


i ? a 


194.20 


24 


277 


93 


12 3 


1 


869.72 


124 


HYDF COUNTY 


1. 761 


34 


i 


244.47 


10 


592 


51 


20 


2 


599.32 


3 


IREDELL COUNTY 


1.391 


72 


1 31 


84.22 


1 3 5 


28 3 


5h 


12 


1 


759.48 


140 


MOORESVILLE CITY 


1.474. 


46 


5 


83.75 


128 


44 2 


5 


52 


2 


035.21 


79 


STATESVILLE CITY 


1.464 


03 


6.1 


120.65 


94 


62 5 


61 


1 6 


2 


210.29 


27 


JACKSON COUNTY 


1 .456 


63 


70 


136.99 


76 


348 


4 6 


95 


1 


942.08 


98 


JOHNSTON COUNTY 


1.415 


94 


1 1 1 


137.83 


75 


366 


63 


°b 


1 


920.39 


106 


JONES COUNTY 


1 .65? 


91 


3 


260.41 


6 


344 


08 


9 9 


2 


257.40 


21 


LEE COUNTY 


1.42 


? I 


1 38 


114.00 


1 01 


474 


79 


43 


3 


009.06 


77 


LENOIR COUNTY 


1.514 


9 ) 


30 


174.99 


4 2 


436 


36 


^5 


2 


126.34 


42 


KINSTON CITY 


1.422 


89 


101 * 


176.05 


39 


520 


P-* 


34 


2 


119.78 


45 


LINCOLN COUNTY 


1,42 1 


M 


Ufa 


91.84 


126 


32 8 


41 


106 


1 


841.96 


128 


MACON COUNTY 


1, 531 


84 


26 


127. 10 


B5 


398 


90 


67 


2 


357.84 


61 


MADISON COUNTY 


1.604 


78 


1 1 


178.02 


3 6 


210 


77 


140 


1 


993.57 


81 


MARTIN COUNTY 


1.491 


94 


49 


176.68 


37 


537 


0! 


29 


2 


205.65 


28 


MCDOWELL COUNTY 


1.431 


64 


L24 


143.49 


6 8 


249 


54 


13 1 


1 


794.67 


137 


MFCKLENRURG COUNTY 


1.441 


26 


79 


100.76 


1 1 5 


859. 


9 


4 


2 


401. 11 


9 


MITCHELL COUNTY 


1.556 


22 


21 


165.10 


51 


346 


57 


9 3 


2 


067. 89 


59 


MONTGOMERY COUNTY 


1.463 


16 


65 


148.14 


6 3 


282 


03 


121 


1 


893.38 


114 


MOORE COUNTY 


1.471. 


84 


>8 


135.37 


79 


546 


21 


26 


2 


153.42 


34 


NASH COUNTY 


1,40? 


46 


123 


171.35 


45 


379 


20 


76 


1 


953.01 


93 


RUCKY MOUNT CITY 


1,404. 


10 


1 21 


99.80 


1 17 


529 


61 


3 


2 


033.71 


67 


NEW HANOV c R COUNTY 


1,373. 


06 


137 


107.49 


108 


557 


40 


23 


2 


037.95 


63 


NORTHAMPTON COUNTY 


1.518. 


51 


?9 


317.87 


1 


303. 


72 


114 


2 


140.10 


36 


ONSLOW COUNTY 


1. 352, 


69 


141 


138.52 


74 


311. 


04 


111 


1 


802.25 


134 


ORANGE COUNTY 


1.456. 


72 


',9 


105.36 


no 


637 


56 


15 


2 


199.64 


29 


CHAPFL HIII CARRBORO 


1,428. 


9? 


9 3 


77.76 


137 


1, 158 


74 


1 


2 


665.49 


1 


PAMLICO COUNTY 


1. 565. 


04 


1 9 


181.65 


35 


288 


56 


119 


2 


035.25 


65 


PASOUOTANK COUNTY 


1,438. 


7 1 


B2 


168. 74 


49 


354. 


4 6 


92 


I, 


961.92 


86 


PENDER COUNTY 


1,480. 


21 


53 


168.88 


43 


372 


67 


82 


2 


021.76 


71 


PERQUIMANS COUNTY 


1,59 5. 


57 


1 3 


232.10 


14 


52 3 


24 


32 


2 


350.91 


13 


PERSON COUNTY 


1,496. 


7.' 


44 


176.42 


38 


464 


59 


45 


2 


137.73 


38 


PITT COUNTY 


1.439, 


3) 


80 


162.02 


52 


480 


4 3 


40 


2 


081.83 


57 


GREENVILLE CITY 


1.413. 


38 


1 1 3 


167.23 


50 


54 6 


89 


2 5 


2, 


127.50 


41 


POLK COUNTY 


1.686. 


9 


2 


127.11 


94 


435 


69 


56 


2 


249.70 


23 


TRYON CI TY 


1.49 1. 


71 


5 


193. 11 


25 


60 6. 


21 


1 8 


2, 


29 1.04 


16 



1-57 



Table 27 

(continued) 
PER PUPIL EXPENDITURE RANKING, 1983-84 

EXCLUDES SCHOOL FOOD SERVICE EXPENDITURES 



l FA 




STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 




TOTAL 


NAMF 




PPE 


RANK 


PPE 


RANK 


PPE 


RANK 




PPE 


RANK 


RANDOLPH COUNTY 


1 


386. 84 


134 


73.48 


140 


262.31 


126 


1 


722.63 


141 


ASHFBORO CITY 


1 


430.22 


91 


105.40 


109 


512.99 


36 


2, 


048.61 


62 


RICHMOND COUNTY 


1 


422.18 


104 


125.87 


87 


256.55 


128 


1, 


804.60 


133 


RORFSON COUNTY 


1 


438.75 


81 


272. 19 


4 


249.05 


132 


1 


959.99 


88 


FAIRMONT CITY 


1 


494.51 


46 


211.92 


20 


204.12 


141 


1 


910.55 


109 


LUMRERTON CITY 


1 


420.80 


107 


141.93 


70 


347.69 


96 


1 


910.42 


110 


RFD SPRINGS CITY 


1 


452.17 


73 


175.63 


41 


252.50 


130 


1 


980.30 


119 


SAINT PAULS CITY 


1 


,413.58 


112 


200.71 


23 


256.89 


127 


1 


871.18 


123 


ROCKINGHAM COUNTY 


I 


,473.69 


57 


120.14 


96 


396.65 


68 


1 


990.48 


82 


FDEN CITY 


1 


438.33 


83 


87.64 


129 


395.61 


70 


1 


921.58 


105 


WESTERN ROCKINGHAM 


1 


413.01 


115 


135.89 


77 


384.35 


73 


1 


933.25 


101 


RFIOSVILLE CITY 


1 


447.51 


77 


126.38 


86 


454.48 


49 


2 


029.37 


68 


ROWAN COUNTY 


1 


433.29 


122 


75.11 


139 


405.78 


65 


1 


994. 18 


117 


SAL ISBURY CITY 


1 


514.18 


31 


236.24 


21 


653.83 


13 


2 


374.25 


11 


RUTHERFORD COUNTY 


1 


426. 71 


95 


107.96 


137 


415.92 


60 


1 


953.59 


96 


SAMPSON COUNTY 


1 


573.00 


18 


226.12 


15 


302.74 


115 


2 


101.86 


50 


CLINTON CITY 


1 


,468.31 


62 


147.66 


64 


523.72 


31 


2 


139.69 


37 


SCOTLAND COUNTY 


1 


422.89 


101 


171.74 


44 


427.43 


59 


2 


022.06 


70 


STANLY COUNTY 


1 


463.90 


64 


87.36 


131 


366.93 


85 


1 


918. 19 


107 


ALRFMA°L F CITY 


1 


511.53 


32 


100.25 


116 


618.31 


17 


2 


230.09 


26 


STOKES COUNTY 


1 


411.81 


117 


98.47 


119 


444.26 


51 


1 


954.54 


92 


SURRY COUNTY 


1 


450.48 


75 


112.61 


102 


342.16 


100 


1 


905.25 


111 


ELKIN CITY 


1 


539.43 


24 


119.82 


98 


581.06 


21 


2 


240.31 


25 


MOUNT AIRY CITY 


1 


434.98 


88 


109.33 


106 


563.76 


22 


2 


135.12 


49 


SWAIN COUNTY 


1 


645. 19 


5 


204.50 


22 


433.93 


57 


2 


283.62 


17 


TRANSYLVANIA COUNTY 


1 


417.02 


110 


94.97 


124 


4*0.28 


53 


1 


952.27 


94 


TYRRELL COUNTY 


1 


602.23 


12 


303.02 


2 


469.96 


44 


2 


375.21 


10 


UNION COUNTY 


1 


398. 14 


127 


85.83 


134 


314. 10 


108 


I 


798.07 


136 


MONROF CITY 


1 


456.14 


71 


133.95 


79 


498.64 


39 


2 


388.73 


53 


VANCE COUNTY 


I 


398.61 


126 


146.87 


66 


334.64 


102 


1 


880. 12 


120 


WAKF COUNTY 


I 


424.21 


98 


91.79 


127 


682.59 


12 


2 


198.59 


30 


WARREN COUNTY 


1 


592. 12 


16 


232. 11 


13 


328.98 


105 


2 


153.21 


35 


WASHINGTON COUNTY 


1 


511.25 


34 


187.09 


27 


336.51 


101 


2 


034.85 


66 


WATAUGA COUNTY 


1 


527.05 


27 


110.49 


103 * 


375.81 


79 


2 


313.35 


76 


WAYNF COUNTY 


1 


445.04 


78 


129.56 


82 


368.75 


84 


1 


943.35 


97 


G0L0S80R0 CITY 


1 


475.55 


55 


255.05 


7 


548.46 


24 


2 


279.06 


18 


WILKES COUNTY 


1 


469.83 


60 


105.23 


111 


241.16 


136 


1 


816.22 


131 


WILSON COUNTY 


1 


425.31 


97 


155.10 


59 


359.92 


88 


1 


940. 33 


99 


YADKIN COUNTY 


1 


508.68 


35 


139.54 


72 


310.24 


112 


1 


958.46 


89 


YANCEY COUNTY 


1 


547.51 


22 


142.17 


69 


232.28 


138 


1, 


921.96 


104 



1-58 



Table 28 

1983-84 REVENUE* 











CURRENT 




CAPITAL 


PURPOSE DESCRIPTIONS 






EXPENSE 




OUTLAY 


325 


VOCA T IUNAL EUUCATION 




$ 93 


r212 


9 30 


$ 


331 


255 


3310 


NUTRITION EDUCATION TRAINING PROSR 


AM 




6 3 


7 5'+ 








3390 


OTHER STATE ALLOCATIONS 




1 


.561 


703 




b 


315 


3420 


PUBLIC SCHOOL FACILITItS ?C;-!D - 1973 










844 


351 


3 49 


OTH;R STATE ALLOC. RESTRICTED TO C 


A". 1IJTLAY 






257 




16 


254 


35U 


IMPACT: PL-374 




6 


,719 


157 






241 


3590 


OTHER UNRESTRICTED FEDERAL GRANTS 






138 


991 




63 


914 


3 690 


OTHER RESTRICTED FEDERAL GRANTS 




1 


,709 


521 




25 


570 


3710 


HEAD START GRANTS 






967 


002 




8 


631 


3720 


EMERGENCY SCHOOL ASSISTANCE ACT (ESAA) 




3 


810 




59 


348 


3770 


NATIONAL INST. OF EDUCATION DEMO. 


PROJECT 




52 


143 








3790 


OTHER RESTRICTED FEOERAL GRANTS 






371 


152 




511 


179 


3310 


USDA GRANTS 




1 12 


,980 


53? 








3330 


EMERGENCY EMPLOYMENT ACT (EEA) 






1 


547 








3840 


INDIAN EDUCATION ACT 




1 


,680 


109 








3350 


CIVIL RIGHTS ACT 






19 


009 








3860 


ROTC 




1 


,644 


041 








'til J 


COUNTY APPROPRIATIONS 




424 


911 


365 


55 


217 


038 


4 120 


SUPPLEMENTAL TAXES - CURRENT YEARS 




42 


,163 


916 


2 


155 


395 


4130 


SUPPLEMENTAL TAXES - D RIOR YEARS 




I 


,061 


286 




305 


550 


4141 


INTANGIBLE TAX 






83 


402 




3 


330 


4142 


LOCAL GOVERNMENT SALES TAX 




1 


3 72 


232 


1 


430 


950 


4210 


TUITION AND FEES - REGULAR 




2 


017 


956 








4220 


TUITION AND FEcS - ADULT BASIC EDUCATION 




652 


49"> 








4230 


TUITION AND FEES - SUMMER SCHOOL 




I 


917 


91? 








4310 


SALES - SCHOOL FOOD SERVICE 




9S 


191 


574 








4 410 


FINES AND FORFEITURES 




19 


422 


493 




396 


327 


442 


RENTAL OF SCHOOL PROPERTY 




1 


144 


43j 




34 


048 


4430 


CONTRIBUTIONS AND CONATIONS 






520 


000 




415 


333 


4440 


A?C REVENUES 






651 


131 




147 


863 


4450 


INTEREST EARNED ON INVESTMENTS 




L4 


311 


550 




,314 


735 


4460 


REIMBUR. FROM SPEC. FUNDS OF INDIV 


. SCH. 




J98 


173 




106 


460 


447u 


INCOME FROM ENDOWMENT ANO OTHER TRUST FUNDS 




209 


890 




39 


751 


4 49 


MISCELLANEOUS LOCAL OPERATING REVF 


NOES 


6 


261 


366 


1 


,332 


198 


4dl0 


30N0 AND NOTE PROCEEDS 










4 


,553 


655 


4320 


DISPOSITION OF SCHOOL FIXED ASSETS 






1 17 


427 


1 


,656 


927 


4830 


FEDERAL REVENUE SHARING 






353 


,997 


4 


,001 


029 


4840 


INSURANCE SETTLEMENT ON SCHOOL PRi 


PERTY 




237 


936 


2 


,713 


907 


4"80 


INDIRECT COST ALLOCATFD 




8 


667 


373 




54 


863 


4 89 


OTHER RESTRICTED LOCAL SOURCES 




6 


,179 


701 


1 


,018 


303 


<t9l0 


FUND BALANCE APPROPRIATED 




31 


,9 64 


105 


I 5 


,166 


241 


4 920 


FUND TRANSFERS 
SUBTOTALS 




3 


9 10 


054 


1 


,238 


877 


$ 336 


,453 


,138 


$97 


,251 


,988 




STATt PUBLIC SCHOOL FUND 




1,467 


,053 


414 










FEDERAL EDUCATION FUNOS 




120 


531 


467 










BUS REPLACEMENT FUNDS 




15 


719 


035 










TEXT 300KS 




12 


,034 


655 










GRAND TOTALS 




$2,501 


791 


7 5'> 


$97 


,251 


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The table on page 1-70 is compiled by the Division of School Planning 
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Department of Public Instruction, Office of Federal Relations; and local 
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completed by the local education agencies and filed with the Division of 
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Transportation 



Pupil transport ation is compiled from the State Public School Fund and the 
Division of Transportation records and from information supplied bv the Local 
Education Agencies and Division of Federal Program (DPE) . Tn 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 bv each unit. The items such as contract transportation that are 
allocated dlrectlv to each unit are excluded from the proration. Costs of bus 
replacement are included in transportation figures. 

School Buses 

12,825 school buses were in operation this school year. 
20,875 trips were made each school dav (one way). 

Pupils Transported 

725,732 pupils were transported to and from school each 

day. 

717,196 pupils were transported by school bus. 

70.2 percent of the total public school ADA was transported 

to school. 

71.5 percent of all transported pupils were of the 

elementary school level; 28.5 percent high school level. 

55.9 pupils were transported bv the average bus each dav. 

Miles 

Total annual mileage for all buses was 110,511,107. 
Buses traveled 613,951 miles daily. 

The average bus traveled 8,617 miles for the vear; 47.9 
miles each dav; 14.7 miles per trip (one way). 

Cost of School Transportation 

The total state cost of school transportation was $91,575,563 

including contract transportation and replacement buses. 

The total state cost of contract transportation was $3,732,904. 

The total state cost of state-operated vehicles including bus 

replacements, was $87, 842, 659. 

The total state cost of bus replacement was $15,719,036. 

The average cost of transportation by school bus, including 

bus replacements, was: 



per bus for the school year; 

per bus per day; 

per pupil for the school year; 

per pupil per dav; 

per bus mile of operation. 



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122.48 




132.70 


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0.7372 


0.7949 




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Table 33 



STUDENT TRANSPORTATION ON PUBLIC SCHOOL BUSES, 1983-84 

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COST 


COST 


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UNIT NAME 


BUSES 


MILES 


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PER BUS 


PER PUPIL 


PER MILE 


ALAMANCE COUNTY 


135 


lil42,055 


936,171 


6,934.60 


139.85 


0.82 


BURLINGTON CITY 


34 


288,422 


227,811 


6,700.32 


76.06 


0.79 


ALEXANDER COUNTY 


56 


459,207 


376,995 


6,732.05 


107.53 


0.82 


ALLEGHANY COUNTY 


33 


270,302 


238,853 


7,237.97 


181.78 


0.88 


ANSON COUNTY 


83 


841,157 


668,245 


8,051.15 


157.98 


0.79 


ASHE COUNTY 


76 


728,549 


562,241 


7,397.91 


163.44 


0.77 


AVERY COUNTY 


50 


385,136 


426,546 


8,530.91 


192.83 


1.11 


BEAUFORT COUNTY 


77 


591,252 


459,688 


5,969.98 


141.79 


0.78 


WASHINGTON CITY 


31 


257,947 


217,240 


7,007.74 


105.20 


0.84 


BERTIE COUNTY 


94 


798,720 


591,003 


6,287.26 


164.90 


0.74 


BLADEN COUNTY 


121 


959,260 


699,012 


5,776.96 


146.48 


0.73 


BRUNSWICK COUNTY 


126 


1,165,217 


946,098 


7,508.72 


154.47 


0.81 


BUNCOMBE COUNTY 


270 


1,808,660 


2,055,504 


7,612.98 


117.16 


1.14 


ASHEVILLE CITY 


6 


56,498 


70,146 


11,690.92 


277.25 


1.24 


BURKE COUNTY 


109 


927,443 


856,665 


7,859.32 


113.92 


0.92 


CABARRUS COUNTY 


133 


1,134,620 


885,935 


6,661.16 


107.84 


0.78 


KANNAPOLIS CITY 


16 


148,234 


147,293 


9,205.80 


86.80 


0.99 


CALDWELL COUNTY 


124 


963,260 


814,834 


6,571.24 


106.18 


0.85 


CAMOEN COUNTY 


25 


207,503 


183,185 


7,327.39 


222.85 


0.88 


CARTERET COUNTY 


67 


507,387 


435,313 


6,497.21 


110.29 


0.86 


CASWELL COUNTY 


93 


786,422 


605,456 


6,510.28 


187.91 


0.77 


CATAWBA COUNTY 


143 


993,480 


990,564 


6,927.02 


98.96 


1.00 


HICKORY CITY 


23 


179,699 


181,204 


7,878.42 


77.44 


1.01 


NEWTON CITY 


26 


205,279 


190,789 


7,338.02 


152.27 


0.93 


CHATHAM COUNTY 


99 


961,837 


763,346 


7,710.57 


194.93 


0.79 


CHEROKEE COUNTY 


47 


385,417 


347,331 


7,390.03 


146.99 


0.90 


CHOWAN COUNTY 


41 


314,854 


226,811 


5,531.99 


139.15 


0.72 


CLAY COUNTY 


21 


122,443 


149,064 


7,098.28 


138.66 


1.22 


CLEVELAND COUNTY 


135 


1,069,213 


888,440 


6,581.04 


131.58 


0.83 


KINGS MTN CITY 


39 


275,578 


239,636 


6,144.51 


101.11 


0.87 


SHELBY CITY 


20 


177,007 


159,048 


7,952.41 


107.39 


0.90 


COLUMBUS COUNTY 


144 


1,037,595 


983,494 


6,829.82 


166.75 


0.95 


WHITEVILLE CITY 


29 


231,993 


204,072 


7,036.97 


121.54 


0.88 


CRAVEN COUNTY 


155 


1,422,901 


1, 178,963 


7,606.21 


128.88 


0.83 


CUMBERLAND COUNTY 


363 


2,518,266 


2,086,059 


5,746.72 


102.37 


0.83 


FAYETTEVILLE CITY 


66 


415,576 


332,078 


5,031.48 


70.06 


0.80 


CURRITUCK COUNTY 


34 


345,266 


255,558 


7,516.40 


175.76 


0.74 


DARE COUNTY 


28 


228,827 


215, 164 


7,684.42 


172.55 


0.94 


DAVIDSON COUNTY 


196 


1,690,885 


1,273,711 


6,498.53 


123.99 


0.75 


LEXINGTON CITY 


19 


160,212 


143,683 


7,562.26 


77.83 


0.90 


THOMASVILLE CITY 


12 


68,117 


53,372 


4,447.67 


44.44 


0.78 


DAVIE COUNTY 


62 


523,187 


409,779 


6,609.34 


136.64 


0. 78 


DUPLIN COUNTY 


140 


1,230,799 


884,516 


6,317.97 


140.49 


0.72 


DURHAM COUNTY 


223 


1,734,885 


1,923,796 


8,626.89 


164.89 


1.11 


DURHAM CITY 


39 


220,104 


360,929 


9,254.58 


133.73 


1.64 


EDGECOMBE COUNTY 


105 


766,361 


632,964 


6,028.23 


137.90 


0.83 


TARBORO CITY 


19 


118,586 


103,565 


5,450.77 


81.48 


0.87 


FORSYTH COUNTY 


404 


4,518,813 


4,644,276 


11,495.73 


175.84 


1.03 


FRANKLIN COUNTY 


85 


767,169 


544,299 


6,403.52 


162.04 


0.71 



The Cost column includes federal, state, and local expenditures. 



Table 33 



(continued) 
STUDENT TRANSPORTATION ON PUBLIC SCHOOL BUSES, 

(Excludes Contract Transportation) 



1983-84 











COST 


COST 


COST 


UNIT NAME 


BUSES 


MILES 


COST* 


PER BUS 


PER PUPIL 


PER MILE 


FRANKLINTON CITY 


14 


82,720 


62,723 


4,480. 19 


74.76 


0.76 


GASTON COUNTY 


201 


1,511,089 


1,323,303 


6,583.60 


91.92 


0.88 


GATES COUNTY 


38 


363,908 


277,026 


7,290.15 


189.35 


0.76 


GRAHAM COUNTY 


25 


157,593 


180,567 


7,222.67 


178.60 


1.15 


GRANVILLE COUNTY 


104 


849,772 


663,995 


6,384.56 


160.19 


0.78 


GREENE COUNTY 


71 


563,785 


447,557 


6,303.61 


156.87 


0.79 


GUILFORO COUNTY 


317 


2,389,752 


2,430,804 


7,668.15 


135.96 


1.02 


GREENSBORO CITY 


248 


2,134,195 


1,779,815 


7,176.67 


104.97 


0.83 


HIGH POINT CITY 


66 


378,615 


346,224 


5,245.82 


84.01 


0.91 


HALIFAX COUNTY 


134 


1,241,627 


918,643 


6,855.55 


169.34 


0.74 


ROANOKE RAPIDS CITY 


8 


36,169 


50,279 


6,284.89 


67.49 


1.39 


WELDON CITY 


14 


107,906 


84,991 


6,070.78 


100.94 


0.79 


HARNETT COUNTY 


161 


1,176,567 


953, 142 


5,920.13 


124.64 


0.81 


HAYWOOD COUNTY 


91 


713,055 


706,588 


7,764.71 


135.47 


0.99 


HENDERSON COUNTY 


93 


746,576 


729,416 


7,843.19 


116.43 


0.98 


HENDERSONVILLE CITY 


1 


3,688 


3,238 


3,238.33 


809.58 


0.88 


HERTFORO COUNTY 


70 


564,658 


482,400 


6,891.43 


150.19 


0.85 


HOKE COUNTY 


58 


545,944 


413,226 


7,124.58 


119.88 


0.76 


HYDE COUNTY 


23 


204,661 


202,613 


8,809.27 


264.85 


0.99 


IREDELL COUNTY 


138 


1, 126,427 


777,204 


5,631.91 


104.13 


0.69 


MOORESVILLE CITY 


12 


94,835 


71,127 


5,927.22 


75.27 


0.75 


JACKSON COUNTY 


53 


455,105 


444,232 


8,381.74 


155.76 


0.98 


JOHNSTON COUNTY 


215 


1,620,450 


1,231,269 


5,726.83 


139.76 


0.76 


JONES COUNTY 


41 


346,410 


292,111 


7,124.65 


191.80 


0.84 


LEE COUNTY 


77 


569,537 


512,287 


6,653.07 


116.72 


0.90 


LENOIR COUNTY 


125 


1,040,846 


711,511 


5,692.09 


152.62 


0.68 


KINSTON CITY 


26 


201,311 


137,019 


5,269.96 


63.70 


0.68 


LINCOLN COUNTY 


110 


983,438 


867,255 


7,884.14 


135.57 


0.88 


MACON COUNTY 


52 


399,230 


382,689 


7,359.41 


142.85 


0.96 


MADISON COUNTY 


63 


712,092 


563,712 


8,947.81 


221.41 


0.79 


MARTIN COUNTY 


78 


648,572 


487,249 


6,246.78 


130.11 


0.75 


MCDOWELL COUNTY 


82 


693,742 


551,791 


6,729.16 


130.08 


0.80 


MECKLENBURG COUNTY 


628 


6,867,531 


6,647,263 


10,584.81 


139.56 


0.97 


MITCHELL COUNTY 


50 


408,358 


401,061 


8,021.22 


206.63 


0.98 


MONTGOMERY COUNTY 


57 


539,481 


444, 156 


7,792.22 


155.52 


0.82 


MOORE COUNTY 


132 


1,176,028 


876,922 


6,643.35 


141.83 


0.75 


NASH COUNTY. 


159 


1,351,817 


942,305 


5,926.45 


122.52 


0.70 


ROCKY MOUNT CITY 


20 


103,259 


93, 119 


4,655-93 


79.52 


0.90 


NEW HANOVER COUNTY 


149 


1,549,444 


1,602,524 


10,755.19 


150.33 


1.03 


NORTHAMPTON COUNTY 


93 


703,203 


502,995 


5,408.55 


143.84 


0.72 


ONSLOW COUNTY 


168 


1,322,202 


1,127,004 


6,708.36 


96.75 


0.85 


ORANGE COUNTY 


76 


783,627 


590, 195 


7,765.72 


179.17 


0.75 


CHAPEL HILL CARRBORO 


40 


399,493 


417,644 


10,441.10 


117.15 


1.05 


PAMLICO COUNTY 


38 


271,760 


304,743 


8,019.55 


160.31 


1.12 


PASQUOTANK COUNTY 


53 


450,129 


447,810 


8,449.25 


141.94 


0.99 


PENDER COUNTY 


79 


745,186 


576,727 


7,300.34 


157.19 


0.77 


PERQUIMANS COUNTY 


35 


318,610 


245,967 


7,027.64 


178.63 


0.77 


PERSON COUNTY 


83 


639,471 


646,667 


7,791.17 


163.14 


1.01 


PITT COUNTY. 


178 


1,442,273 


1,091,462 


6,131.81 


152.76 


0.76 



* The Cost column includes federal, state, and local expenditures. 



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Table 33 



(continued) 
STUDENT TRANSPORTATION ON PUBLIC SCHOOL BUSES, 1983-84 

(Excludes Contract Transportation) 











COST 


COST 


COST 


UNIT NAME 


BUSES 


MILES 


COST * 


PER BUS 


PER PUPIL 


PER MILE 


GREENVILLE CITY 


22 


162.395 


158,896 


7,222.53 


50.85 


0.98 


POLK COUNTY 


32 


282,881 


266,340 


8,323.12 


241.69 


0.94 


TRYON CITY 


3 


22.701 


24,846 


8,281.93 


95.56 


1.09 


RANDOLPH COUNTY 


161 


1,778,246 


1,307,923 


8,123.75 


161.27 


0.74 


ASHEBORO CITY 


14 


114,265 


84,144 


6,010.28 


61.51 


0.74 


RICHMONO COUNTY 


87 


923,454 


733,378 


8,429.63 


119.44 


0.79 


ROBESON COUNTY 


195 


1,691,159 


1,413,815 


7,250.33 


113.94 


0.84 


FAIRMONT CITY 


31 


275,807 


226,597 


7,309.59 


132.05 


0.82 


LUMBERTON CITY 


26 


170,504 


159,546 


6, 136.38 


69.25 


0.94 


RED SPRINGS CITY 


15 


117,178 


96,271 


6,418.06 


81.17 


0.82 


SAINT PAULS CITY 


15 


104,357 


85,738 


5,715.83 


91.11 


0.82 


ROCKINGHAM COUNTY 


78 


609,302 


586,820 


7,523.34 


160.33 


0.96 


EDEN CITY 


31 


243,125 


228,094 


7,357.88 


70.70 


0.94 


WESTERN ROCKINGHAM 


31 


210,351 


195,169 


6,295.78 


123.68 


0.93 


REIDSVILLE CITY 


37 


302,296 


276,109 


7,462.41 


122.82 


0.91 


ROWAN COUNTY 


163 


1,408,465 


1,131,439 


6,941.35 


122.77 


0.80 


SALISBURY CITY 


14 


100,443 


112,028 


8,002.00 


76.63 


1.12 


RUTHERFORD COUNTY 


110 


913,795 


733,879 


6,671.63 


96.06 


0.80 


SAMPSON COUNTY 


143 


1,275,780 


995,291 


6,960.08 


179.20 


0.78 


CLINTON CITY 


21 


156,356 


127,639 


6,078.06 


98.34 


0.82 


SCOTLAND COUNTY 


88 


828,519 


563,691 


6,405.58 


100.07 


0.68 


STANLY COUNTY 


96 


819,532 


642,020 


6,687.70 


133.56 


0.78 


ALBEMARLE CITY 


7 


39,640 


30,206 


4.315.16 


50.85 


0.76 


STOKES COUNTY 


108 


935,174 


815,265 


7,548.75 


140.13 


0.87 


SURRY COUNTY 


136 


1,083,409 


956,466 


7,032.84 


153.38 


0.88 


ELKIN CITY 


7 


60,851 


49,939 


7,134.17 


85.51 


0.82 


MOUNT AIRY CITY 


10 


65,016 


54,814 


5,481.36 


59.32 


0.84 


SWAIN COUNTY 


29 


220,033 


212,124 


7,314.63 


177.66 


0.96 


TRANSYLVANIA COUNTY 


40 


271,486 


321,217 


8,030.42 


139.84 


1.18 


TYRRELL COUNTY 


17 


102,713 


126,602 


7,447.18 


229.77 


1.23 


UNION COUNTY 


160 


1,727,700 


1,069,130 


6,682.06 


119.51 


0.62 


MONROE CITY 


14 


97,445 


68,606 


4,900.44 


47.28 


0.70 


VANCE COUNTY 


80 


594,133 


489,016 


6,112.70 


114.90 


0.82 


WAKE COUNTY 


627 


7,171,179 


6, 148,437 


9,806.12 


152.87 


0.86 


WARREN COUNTY 


79 


739,104 


625,195 


7,913.86 


219.75 


0.85 


WASHINGTON COUNTY 


50 


315,050 


297,066 


5,941.32 


138.95 


0.94 


WATAUGA COUNTY 


76 


648,911 


597,889 


7,866.96 


188.43 


0.92 


WAYNE COUNTY 


181 


1,349,249 


1,116,230 


6,167.02 


129.73 


0.83 


GOLDSBORO CITY 


36 


299,056 


257,680 


7,157.77 


59.37 


0.86 


WILKE S COUNTY 


133 


1,099,654 


933,954 


7,022.21 


109.22 


0.85 


WILSON COUNTY 


177 


1,362,516 


1,074,976 


6,073.31 


144.18 


0.79 


YADKIN COUNTY 


72 


569,043 


572, 164 


7,946.72 


179.36 


1.01 


YANCEY COUNTY 


50 


401,087 


390,308 


7,806.17 


159.77 


0.97 


STATE TOTAL 


12.825 


110,511,107 


95, 172,272 


7,420.84 


132.70 


0.86 



The Cost column includes federal, state, and local expenditures. 



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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 in grades seven through 
twelve are as follows. 

Table 34 

COURSE MEMBERSHIP SUMMARY, 1984-85 



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 


8,879 


190,309 


6,713 


153,825 


5,337 


139,047 


5,356 


138,365 


238 


5,566 


2,720 


81,952 


2,064 


48,287 


2,511 


74,563 


635 


17,343 


96 


2,419 


59 


1,210 


62 


1,595 


1,518 


38,934 


20 


393 


215 


5,011 


2,375 


13,820 


40 


906 


272 


1,551 


96 


595 


102 


2,407 


59 


1,551 


18 


188 


101 


2,900 


180 


4,834 


582 


16,112 


20 


577 


23 


674 


53 


1,507 


2,797 


82,624 


596 


15,994 


520 


10,557 


44,257 


1,055,616 


3,888 


87,809 


3,409 


79,160 



1-77 



Table 34 



Course 

English - Continued 

English 11th Grade 

English 12th Grade 

English Advanced 

Journalism 1 

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 



No. of 
Classes 



Student 
Membership 



2,888 


67,933 


2,550 


59,220 


486 


10,653 


414 


7,372 


120 


2,157 


350 


5,894 


342 


8,703 


185 


4,648 


112 


1,572 


57 


803 


62 


1,316 


7 


148 


24 


405 


98 


1,444 


12 


261 


75 


672 


15,079 


340,170 


556 


7,675 


827 


15,512 


3,660 


30,868 


5,043 


54,055 


1,721 


34,472 


666 


13,528 


185 


3,730 


56 


1,126 


2,146 


59,766 


870 


22,961 


288 


7,183 


1,778 


47,477 


111 


2,486 


1,249 


34,658 


16 


361 


430 


9,138 


73 


1,740 


56 


1,233 


278 


6,601 


3 


62 


172 


2,177 


19 


452 


2 


33 


706 


16,609 


179 


3,119 


715 


13,376 


11,719 


282,288 



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Table 34 



Course 

Science 

Physical Science 

Biology 

Advanced Biology (2nd year) 

Chemistry 

Advanced Chemistry (2nd year) 

Physics 

Advanced Physics (2nd year) 

Astronomy 

Geology 

Applied Science 

Marine Science 

Special Interest Science 

Environment (Ecology) 

Anatomy & Physiology 

Aviation Science 

TOTAL - Science 

Social Studies 

Economic, Legal, and Political Systems in Action 

Economics 

Sociology 

Psychology 

Humanities 

International Relations 

Social Problems 

World History 

World Cultures 

World Geography 

U. S. History 

Local/State History 

U. S. Studies 

Government 

Consumer Economics 

Minority Studies 

Geography 

Law-Related Studies 

Other Social Studies 

Current Affairs 

Bible History 

Advanced American History 

Advanced European History 

Anthropology 

TOTAL - Social Studies 



Foreign Languages 
French I 

Conversational French 
French II 
French III 
French IV 



No. of 


Student 


Classes 


Membership 


3,150 


81,615 


3,649 


92,638 


357 


6,878 


1,158 


27,758 


116 


1,779 


448 


8,848 


12 


218 


14 


263 


11 


270 


145 


3,474 


28 


621 


145 


2,800 


85 


1,959 


82 


1,865 


2 


44 


9,402 


231,030 


2,703 


73,269 


247 


6,226 


204 


5,076 


245 


6,486 


59 


1,195 


29 


690 


48 


1,145 


1,287 


33,106 


357 


8,957 


221 


5,515 


1,916 


47,965 


307 


7,812 


349 


8,722 


737 


19,226 


55 


1,429 


79 


2,004 


45 


1,165 


88 


2,248 


203 


3,900 


116 


2,873 


56 


1,083 


154 


3,290 


49 


819 


1 


17 


9,555 


244,218 


784 


19,112 


14 


320 


589 


13,476 


183 


3,141 


4b 


773 



1-79 



Table 3 4 



Course 

Foreign Languages - Continued 

French V 

Spanish I 

Spanish II 

Spanish III 

Spanish IV 

Spanish V 

German I 

German II 

German III 

German IV 

Latin I 

Latin II 

Latin III 

Latin IV 

Other Foreign Languages 

Exploratory Foreign Languages 

TOTAL - Foreign Languages 

Arts Education 

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 

Acting I 

Advanced Acting 

Directing 

Theater History 

Theater Arts I 

Theater Arts II 

Modern Dance I 



No. of 


Student 


Classes 


Membership 


6 


52 


988 


26,902 


645 


20,645 


171 


3,192 


28 


459 


7 


106 


71 


1,614 


40 


733 


16 


233 


2 


27 


158 


3,641 


101 


2,003 


29 


373 


6 


110 


3 


70 


77 


1,729 


3,964 


98,711 


723 


30,604 


336 


10,350 


52 


419 


134 


3,078 


2,019 


70,954 


174 


2,652 


4 


50 


13 


130 


19 


163 


240 


4,591 


912 


20,491 


320 


5,746 


136 


2,065 


45 


625 


99 


1,887 


14 


244 


72 


1,166 


12 


219 


46 


764 


6 


76 


68 


1,495 


56 


1,235 


18 


346 


4 


64 


2 


30 


81 


1,741 


25 


531 


30 


588 



1-80 



Table 34 



Course 



No. of 
Classes 



Student 
Membership 



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

TOTAL - Arts Education 



5 
4 
1 
5 
20 

5,701 



62 

51 
117 

61 
461 

163,056 



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 



1,181 

1,279 

372 

348 

260 

39 

2,330 

2,892 

8,701 



35,436 

33,134 

9,350 

8,667 

6,683 

999 

66,354 

46,406 

207,209 



Miscellaneous 

ROTC 

Religion and Other 

TOTAL - Miscellaneous 



912 
39 

951 



16,807 
694 

17,501 



Agricultural Education 

Introduction to Agriculture/Natural Resources (year) 523 

Introduction to Agriculture/Natural Resources (sem.) 26 

Exploratory Agriculture/Natural Resources 10 

Agricultural Production I 238 

Agricultural Production II 157 

Agricultural Production III 84 

Agricultural Machinery/Equipment/Structures 118 

Agricultural Machinery/Equipment/Structures 83 

Ornamental Horticulture I 225 

Ornamental Horticulture II 98 

Ornamental Horticulture III 37 

Natural Resources and Environmental Protection I 30 

Natural Resources and Environmental Protection II 15 

Natural Resources and Environmental Protection III 4 

Forestry I 27 

Forestry II 13 

Forestry III 2 

Homestead & Gardening Skills 84 

TOTAL - Agricultural Education 1,774 



9,470 

412 

142 

3,931 

2,198 

1,033 

1,884 

1,078 

3,814 

1,250 

434 

461 

188 

42 

446 

141 

11 

1,403 

28,338 



1-81 



Table 34 



Course 

Marketing & Distributive Education 

Introduction to Marketing & Distributive Education 

Marketing Management 

Marketing 

Marketing and Merchandising 

Marketing, Merchandising & Management 

Food Marketing Management 

Floristry Design and Management 

Sales Fundamentals 

Hotel and Motel Management 

Fundamentals of Selling (semester) 

Advertising and Sales Promotion 

Advertising Design & Sales Promotion 

Tourism Marketing and Management 

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 (sem. 7th) 
Exploratory Home Economics (sem. 8th) 
Introductory Home Economics 
Consumer Management Skills 
Adult Roles/Functions 
Advanced Home Economics 
Parenting/Child Development 
Advanced Child Development 
Consumer Clothing/Textiles 
Advanced Clothing/Textiles 
Consumer Foods/Nutrition 
Advanced Foods/Nutrition 
Consumer Housing/Home Furnishings 
Advanced Housing /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 II 



No. of 


Student 


Classes 


Membership 


54 


719 


15 


240 


443 


7,847 


254 


3,462 


39 


517 


1 


17 


3 


37 


4 


59 


4 


62 


12 


234 


14 


276 


7 


101 


2 


22 


3 


64 


155 


3,046 


22 


343 


1,032 


17,046 


81 


1,401 


335 


6,404 


165 


1,991 


581 


9,796 


255 


4,507 


194 


3,387 


1,505 


26,520 


77 


1,716 


14 


229 


279 


4,473 


59 


983 


124 


2,035 


34 


569 


144 


1,949 


104 


1,858 


215 


3,392 


21 


349 


67 


1,051 


399 


7,407 


78 


1,276 


3,569 


61,701 


34 


485 


177 


2,340 


35 


360 



1-82 



Table 34 



Course 

Occupational Home Economics - Continued 

Clothing Services I 

Clothing Services IT 

Food Services I 

Food Services II 

Home Furnishing Services I 

Home Furnishing Services II 

Management Aide Services 

Human Services II 

Occupational Home Economics 

TOTAL - Occupational Home Economics 

Office and Business Education 

Business Exploration 

Introduction to Business 

Typewriting I/Keyboarding 

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 

Business Communications 

Business Law 

Business Management /Ownership 

Office Occupations I 

Office Occupations II 

Introduction to Computers 

Computer Applications 

Business Data Processing I 

Business Data Processing II 



No. of 
Classes 



71 

L6 

186 

54 


4 
5 
1 
2 

594 



<33 

370 

2,272 
374 
230 

20 

52 
4 
305 
177 
596 
142 

58 

48 
138 

28 
373 
249 
545 

46 
332 

52 



Student 
Membership 



920 

187 

2,810 

766 

132 

46 

69 

11 

37 



8,163 



1,991 

8,361 

61,332 

7,385 

3,612 

164 

727 

35 

7,113 

4,064 

13,895 

2,011 

824 

945 

2,864 

623 

6,177 

3,250 

10,800 

853 

13,119 

743 



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 Mechanics I 

Auto Mechanics II 

Auto Mechanics III 



6,504 



150,888 



431 


11,126 


361 


5,272 


169 


1,950 


62 


969 


13 


231 


5 


58 


2 


9 


312 


5,292 


257 


3,553 


1^6 


2,050 



1-83 



Table 34 



Course 

Trade and Industrial Education - Continued 

Air Cooled Engines I 

Air Cooled Engines II 

Air Cooled Engines III 

Diesel Mechanics I 

Diesel Mechanics II 

Diesel Mechanics III 

Auto Body Repair I 

Auto Body Repair II 

Auto Body Repair III 

Masonry I 

Masonry II 

Masonry III 

Cabinetmaking I 

Cabinetmaking II 

Cabinetmaking III 

Furniture I 

Furniture II 

Furniture III 

Upholstery I 
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 
Electrical Trades I 
Electrical Trades II 
Appliance Repair I 
Appliance Repair II 
Appliance Repair III 
Electronics I 
Electronics II 
Electronics III 
Programming and Broadcasting 
Cosmetology I 
Cosmetology II 
Cosmetology III 
Maintenance I 
Maintenance II 
Maintenance III 
Marine Occupations I 
Marine Occupations II 
Marine Occupations III 



No. of 


Student 


Classes 


Membership 


19 


255 


4 


51 


4 


46 


1 


16 


2 


35 


5 


64 


22 


366 


19 


250 


13 


154 


176 


2,568 


136 


1,741 


89 


932 


51 


882 


41 


553 


29 


286 


37 


499 


17 


237 


9 


77 


5 


46 


2 


19 


216 


3,475 


172 


2,288 


112 


1,149 


17 


287 


291 


5,010 


146 


2,050 


82 


862 


6 


63 


3 


55 


3 


27 


62 


896 


71 


758 


2 


33 


1 


10 


1 


12 


110 


1,764 


67 


825 


36 


349 


13 


177 


23 


347 


37 


594 


21 


317 


36 


520 


38 


476 


19 


211 


11 


155 


7 


74 


5 


52 



1-84 



Table 34 



Course 

Trade and Industrial Education - Continued 

Graphics & Industrial Communications I 

Graphics & Industrial Communications II 

Graphics & Industrial Communications III 

Photography I 

Photography II 

Photography III 

Tailoring I 

Tailoring II 

Tailoring III 

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 



No. of 
Classes 



137 

81 

26 

12 

2 

5 

8 

3 

1 

28 

14 

8 

13 

7 

4 

17 

22 

17 

2 

4 

37 

33 

20 

3 

1 

8 

4 

3 

4,597 



Student 
Membership 



2,222 

1,018 

324 

147 

15 

92 

142 

29 

10 

490 

201 

99 

114 

84 

36 

272 

273 

178 

37 

35 

458 

428 

227 

72 

36 

116 

89 

33 

69,700 



Prevocational Education 
Special Vocational Orientation I (7) 
Special Vocational Orientation II (8) 
Special Vocational Training I 
Special Vocational Training II 
Prevocational Education 

TOTAL - Prevocational Education 



144 
71 

125 

56 

4,043 

4,439 



2,314 

1,264 

1,812 

855 

75,031 

81,276 



Industrial Arts Education 

Construction (year) 

Construction (semester) 

Technical Drawing & Planning (year) 

Technical Drawing & Planning (semester) 

Architectural Drawing & Planning (year) 

Architectural Drawing & Planning (semester) 



21 

f,6 

133 

30 

50 
10 



371 
1,186 
2,264 
532 
624 
173 



1-85 



Table 34 



Course 

Industrial Arts Education - Continued 
Communications (Visual & Graphic) (year) 
Communications (Visual & Graphic) (semester) 
Graphic Arts (year) 
Graphic Arts (semester) 
Basic Electricity/Electronics (year) 
Basic Electricity/Electronics (semester) 
Energy and Power Technology (year) 
Energy and Power Technology (semester) 
Energy/Power and Transportation (year) 
Energy/Power and Transportation (semester) 

TOTAL - Industrial Arts Education 



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

TOTAL - Special Programs 



TOTALS 



No. of 


Student 


Classes 


Membership 


5 


82 


36 


667 


24 


325 


9 


165 


16 


232 


12 


229 


4 


60 


4 


70 


22 


315 


21 


384 


463 


7,679 


147 


1,754 


102 


908 


423 


3,527 


259 


1,955 


72 


484 


236 


2,680 


245 


2,119 


1,484 


13,427 


139,409 


3,141,868 



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Part II. Local Education Agencies 



NOTES ON TERMINOLOGY USED IN STATISTICAL 
TABLES OF LOCAL EDUCATION AGENCIES 

NOTE: This guide has been included for use as a quick explanation of 
the sources and time frames of the information presented in this 
publication. Please read the guide carefully before proceeding in 
order to avoid misinterpretation of the data. 

Enrollment : (ENROLL) Final enrollment for 1983-84 and first month enrollment 
for 1984-85 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 that of the first school month 
for enrollment, by definition, only increases during the school year. The 
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 
1983-84 final average and for the first month of 1984-85. 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 only 
those special students served in self-contained classrooms. Trainable mentally 
handicapped students (TMH) are included separately. (See page 1-1 for a 
definition of average daily membership.) 

Average Daily Attendance : (ADA) Average daily attendance is included for each 
LEA for the final 1983-84 average and for the first month of 1984-85 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 ADA) 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 1983-84 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. Membership 
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 maiority 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. These data are useful 
in determining 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 expenditures 
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 is reported on the 
Public School Full-Time Personnel Report; this report is our only source of all 
personnel — both instructional and non-instructional. The following are 
definitions of activity assignment classifications: 

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 Personnel - Include counselors, student counselors and other 
guidance personnel. 

Psychological Personnel - Includes psychologists, psychometrists, 
psychiatrists, and psychological-social workers. 

Librarians and Audio-Visual Staff - Staff members who are responsible 
for either school libraries or 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. 

Clerks/Secretaries - 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, and transportation programs, custodial workers and members 
of maintenance crews, security guards, etc. 

Skilled Workers/Craftsmen/women - Include mechanics, repairers, 
electricians, heavy equipment operators, stationary engineers, 
skilled machine operators, carpenters, compositors, 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 



UNIT 


1983- 84 
FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


010 


ENROLL 


634 


724 


709 


700 


709 


763 


909 


963 


L009 


1106 


941 


881 


889 




83 


11020 


010 


AD!* 


606 


718 


695 


632 


704 


757 


897 


952 


993 


1034 


883 


848 


858 




91 


10718 


010 


ADA 


575 


687 


669 


657 


679 


726 


858 


907 


942 


960 


820 


784 


795 




85 


10144 


010 


MID 


613 


715 


704 


683 


707 


757 


894 


949 


989 


1000 


84 5 


813 


843 




96 


10613 


010 


PROM 


587 


654 


654 


649 


676 


730 


360 


930 


948 


809 


761 


791 


820 




96 


9965 


010 


N-P 


26 


61 


50 


39 


31 


27 


34 


19 


41 


191 


34 


22 


23 






643 


UNIT 


1934-85 
FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


a 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


010 
010 
010 


ENROLL 

ADM 

ADA 


668 
665 

644 


660 
661 
639 


717 
717 
700 


679 
678 
654 


700 
699 
684 


713 
713 
694 


791 
784 

764 


909 
907 
879 


965 
961 
932 


1167 
1159 

1094 


917 
914 
872 


805 

793 
751 


794 
792 
746 




93 

93 
90 


10578 
10541 
10153 



1983-84 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



010 ALAMANCE COUNTY 









HALE 










FEMALE 








TOTAL 


AMERICAN 


BLACK 


KHITE 


OTHER* 


TOTAL 


AMERICAN 


BLACK 


WHITE 


OTHER* 


TOTAL 


NJMBCR 


°E»CEN' 




INOIAN 










INOIAN 














PUBLIC SR. INST NC 





17 


71 





88 





19 


TO 


3 


101 


189 


22.6 


PUBLIC SR. OUT-STATE 





1 


2 





3 

















3 


0.4 


TOTAL 





18 


73 





91 





1" 


79 


3 


101 


192 


22.9 


PRIVATE SR. INST NC 





5 


2f> 





31 





5 


29 





34 


6S 


7.8 


PRIVATE SR. OUTSTATE 





3 


3 





6 





3 


2 





5 


It 


1.3 


TOTAL 





B 


29 





37 





8 


31 





39 


76 


9.1 


CDNM COLL, TECH NC 





15 


78 





93 





25 


107 





133 


226 


27. 


C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 





1 








1 

















1 


0.1 


TOTAL 


1 


16 


78 





94 





26 


107 





133 


'27 


27.1 


PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 





1 


11 





12 








10 





13 


22 


2.6 


PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 








1 





1 








I 





1 


7 


0.2 


TOTAL 





1 


12 





13 








11 





11 


24 


2.9 



TRADE, BUSINESS NC 
TRAOE, BUSI OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

MILITARY 

EMPLOYMENT 

OTHERS ** 

G»AN0 TOTAL *** 



?5 

411 






37 





11 





69 



1.4 

S.9 

6.1 

19.7 

6.0 

100.0 



* INCLUDES HISPANICS, ALASKAN NATIVES, ANO ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANOFRS 
**INCLUOES INFORMATION NOT AVAILABLE, MARRIED, ETC. 



II-4 



A lamance 



1984-65 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT 




SOURCE OF FUNDS 




SEX 


RACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 


CLASSIFICATION 


STATE 


FEDERAL LOCAL VOCAT 


TOTAL 


MALE FEMALE 


WHITE BLACK OTHER 



OFFICIAL. ADMS..MGRS. 
PRINCIPALS 
ASST PRINC. TEACHING 
ASST PRINC. NONTEACHING 
FLEMENTARY TEACHERS 
SECONDARY TEACHERS 
OTHER TEACHERS 
GUIDANCE 
PSYCHOLOGICAL 
L IBRARIAN. AUDIOVISUAL 
CONSULTANT. SUPER VISOR 
OTHER PROFESSIONAL 
TEACHER AIOES 
TECHNICIANS 
CLERICAL. SECRETARIAL 
SERVICE WORKERS 
SKILLED CRAFTS 
LABORERS .UNSKILLED 
TOTAL 



187 
240 



56 319 



1 13 



203 
211 



174 
271 



59 958 



VOCATIONAL TFACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE, 
22.64PCT FROM LOCAL. AND 10.08PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNOS. 



1963-64 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



amounts expended ry source 



LEA 

SLAMJ'.c; COUNTY 1 

SAI ARIFS 

FMPLOYFF RF^FITS 
PURCHASED SFRVIC C S 
SIIPPLIFS I MATERIALS 
IN^TRIICTTDNAI FC'MP. 
OTH" OBJECTS 
TPT Al 
PFRCFNT OF TOTAL 



11 .553.697 

2.395.478 

380. 987 

696.505 

164.863 

3.087 

15. 194.61 7 

67.6 



976,411 

222.303 

40,053 

606,775 

61,909 

13.596 

1.921.046 

B.5 



2.597.503 

553.470 

825.797 

1.270.667 

33.476 

82.089 

5.363.001 

23.9 



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



15.127,612 1077.97 

3,171,251 223.50 

1,246.837 

2.573,947 

260,247 

98,771 



35.55 
64.98 
15.38 



91.10 242.35 1,411 
20.74 51.64 

3.74 77.05 

56.61 118.55 

5.78 3.12 

1.27 7.66 





PERCENT 


TOTAL 


OF TOTAL 


411 .42 


67. 3 


295.80 


14. 1 


116.34 


5. 5 


240.14 


11.? 


24.28 


1. 2 


9.22 


.,, 



22,478,664 1417.67 179.24 500.37 2,097.28 
100.0 



II-5 



Burlington 



Ur. Josepn R. Sinclair 
1712 Vaughn Roaa, Box 938 
Burlington, N. C. 27215 

8 Elementary Schools 
3 Secondary Schools 

5th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 





1983-84 


































UNIT 


FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


Oil 


ENROLL 


487 


4 86 


449 


472 


461 


534 


626 


663 


674 


735 


616 


554 


494 


59 


46 


7356 


on 


AOM 


491 


462 


444 


455 


<,U(, 


520 


613 


653 


653 


686 


597 


524 


478 


59 


56 


7125 


on 


ADA 


405 


441 


429 


4 39 


425 


501 


589 


624 


619 


648 


565 


492 


450 


54 


53 


6784 


on 


KLO 


478 


461 


447 


445 


445 


521 


618 


655 


646 


667 


577 


51? 


469 


59 


57 


7057 


on 


PROM 


440 


429 


437 


4<.0 


431 


514 


613 


637 


637 


581 


486 


467 


456 


59 


55 


6682 


on 


N-P 
1964-85 


33 


32 


10 


5 


14 


7 


5 


13 


9 


86 


91 


45 


13 




2 


375 


UNIT 


FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


Oil 


ENROLL 


457 


483 


452 


445 


471 


436 


513 


630 


644 


702 


649 


563 


503 


51 


52 


7056 


on 


AOM 


454 


484 


450 


441 


469 


431 


516 


625 


642 


688 


642 


558 


49? 


4° 


53 


6994 


on 


ADA 


442 


471 


440 


430 


458 


424 


506 


606 


623 


663 


622 


538 


472 


i,r 


51 


6795 



1 963-64 High School Graduate Intentions 






(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 






l! L<ur.LINGTJN CITY 

MALE FEMALE 




TOTAL 
NUMBER PERCENT 


AMERICAN ?LACK WHITE OTHERS TOTAL AMERICAN 6LACK WHITE OTHER« 
INDIAN INDIAN 


TC T AL 


J'-HC S«. INST NC 1* 55 69 1 l<i 73 I 
Uf'LIC SR. UUT-STATE oo<>o9oe5o 


5 


159 3«..3 
!<• 3.0 



PRIVATE S*. INiT NC 
'KIVAIT S*. '1JTSTATE 
IOTAL 

r:!*1 C3LL. TfCH NC 
C.C. TECH JJT-STATE 
TOTAL 

?KlV»IE JR. CULL NC 
Rf-!VATE J«. OUTSTA T E 
TOTAL 

TP«OS» BUSINESS NC 
TK53E, UUSI O'JTSTATE 

TOT AL 

MIL ITA^Y 
cuOL3Y"i:NT 

aiHL» ** 

CiANO TOTAL »e>« 



7 


.<. 


S 


.5 


20 


,9 





.<. 


21 


.3 


3 


.7 





9 


4 


h 


3 


.3 


1.1 


<! 


3 


12 





10 


* 


1 


5 


100 






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



II-6 



Burlington 



1984-85 Public School Personnel Summery 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT 




SOURCE OF FUNDS 




SE< 


RACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 


CLAS^ IFICATION 


STATE 


FEDERAL LOCAL V1CAT 


TOTAL 


MALE FEMALE 


WHITE BLACK OTHEP 



OFFICIAL .ADMS..MGRS. 2 2* 

PPINCIPALS 10 10 
ASST PPINC. TEACHING 

ASST PPTNCNONTEACHPIC 7 7 

ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 161 6 167 

SECONDARY TEACHERS 80 16 22 118 

OTHER TEACHERS 33 6 I 9 *9 

GUIDANCE "» 1 2 12 

PSYCHOLOGICAL 2 2 

L IBRARIAN. AUDIOVISUAL 12 1 13 

CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 3 2 16 

OTHER PROFESSIONAL 9*5 18 

TEACHFP AIDES 75 3* 2* 2 135 
TECHNICI ANS 

CLERICAL .SFCPETAR IAL 13 12* 1 39 

SERVICE WORKERS 55 19 Tt 

SKILLED CRAFTS 1* 1* 

I ABORERS.UNSKILLED * * 

TOTAL *71 45 119 37 672 



* VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE, 
?2.6*PCT FROM LOCAL. AND 10.0RPCT FROM FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1980-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 

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

F INAI 

an 1 * STATE FEDERAL LOCAL TOTAL STATE FEDERAL LOCAL TOTAL 

099.76 90.81 337. 63 1,525.25 66. 4 

226.98 22.64 74.77 324.39 14.1 

38.53 4.88 t24.85 168.26 7.3 

43.97 41.82 132.04 217.83 9.5 

8.73 4.59 31.18 44.50 1.9 

.12 4.91 12.34 17.37 .8 

16,391,816 1418.09 169.65 712.86 2,300.60 100. 



RURLI NGTON FITY 


. 125 












Sil ARIFS 




7.835.792 


646 


999 


2.406,001 


10,888,792 


FMPIOYEF nFNFFITS 




1.617.201 


161 


329 


532,731 


2,311,261 


PURCHASED SFPVICFS 




274.493 


34 


754 


889,534 


1 ,198,781 


SI|PPLI C S C M4TFHIALS 




3H. 11 8 


297 


)6 i 


940.812 


1,5 52,100 


INSTRUCTIONAL FOU1P. 




62.193 


32 


101 


222. 183 


317,078 


OTHER OBJECTS 




OS5 


35 


31 J 


87.939 


123,804 


TOT4L 




10. 103.851 


1.208 


763 


5.079,201 


16,391,816 


PERCENT OF TOTAL 




61.6 




7.4 


31.0 


100.0 



II-7 



ALEXANDER 

Dr. E. Wayne Trogdon, Supt. 

100 Happy Plains Dr., P. 0. Box 128 

Taylorsville, N. C. 28681 



7 Elementary Schools 

1 Secondary School 

2 Combined Schools 

7th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 





1983-34 


































UNIT 


FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


THH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


020 


ENROLL 


343 


388 


348 


337 


406 


384 


439 


434 


433 


378 


432 


334 


235 


14 


32 


5C37 


020 


AOM 


328 


336 


344 


332 


399 


376 


430 


432 


421 


367 


390 


323 


231 


14 


34 


49C7 


0?0 


ADA 


309 


368 


327 


365 


332 


362 


412 


409 


396 


343 


369 


307 


268 


i 2 


31 


4665 


020 


ML'J 


330 


391 


344 


386 


395 


378 


431 


431 


416 


359 


367 


312 


278 


14 


37 


4369 


020 


PROM 


314 


369 


332 


373 


390 


369 


427 


420 


410 


336 


316 


29? 


271 


14 


36 


4679 


020 


N-P 
1984-85 


16 


22 


12 


3 


5 


9 


4 


11 


6 


23 


51 


15 


7 




1 


190 


UNIT 


FIRST HO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


020 


ENROLL 


382 


336 


387 


345 


380 


402 


383 


436 


436 


425 


392 


318 


314 


U 


27 


4974 


020 


ADM 


380 


334 


385 


346 


378 


400 


384 


435 


431 


422 


387 


315 


309 


11 


23 


4940 


020 


ADA 


368 


325 


375 


338 


370 


390 


372 


423 


419 


408 


373 


305 


300 


9 


22 


4797 



1983-64 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



020 ALEXANDER COUNTY 



PUBLIC SR. INST NC 
PU3LIC SR. OUT-STATE 
TUTAL 

PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. 3UTSTAT6 
TOTAL 

CO^H COLLt TECH NC 
C.C. TECH CUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JK. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

TRAOE. BUSINESS NC 
traue, eusi OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

MILITARY 

EMPLOYMENT 
OTHtRS «• 
GRANO TUTAL •»• 





TOTAL 


NUM3ER 


PERCENT 


39 


13.9 





0.0 


39 


13.9 


7 


2.5 


1 


0.<V 


8 


2.3 


81 


28.8 





0.0 


81 


28.8 


6 


2.1 





0.0 


6 


2.1 


7 


2.5 





0.0 


7 


2.5 


17 


6.0 


89 


31.7 


3<i 


12.1 


281 


100.0 



II-8 



A lexander 



1984-85 Public School Personnel Summory 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT 



SOURCE OF FUNDS 



RACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 



CLASSIFICATION 



STATE FEDERAL LOCAL 



FEMALE WHITE 



OFFICIAL. A DM S..MGRS. 
PRINCIPALS 
ASST PRINC. TEACHING 
ASST PRINC. NONTEACHING 
FLEMENTARY TEACHERS 
SECONDARY TEACHERS 
OTHER TEACHERS 
GUIDANCE 
PSYCHOL3GICAL 
1 IBRARIAN, AUDIOVISUAL 
CONSULT ANT. SUPER VISOR 
OTHER PROFESSIONAL 
TFACHER AIDES 
TECHNICIANS 
CLERICAL. SECRETARIAL 
SERVICE WORKERS 
SKILLED CRAFTS 
LABORERS .UNSKILLEO 
TOTAL 



22 *73 



VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE, 
22.64PCT FROM LOCAL. AND 1D.08PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1983-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED OY SOURCE 
STATE FEDERAL 



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



ALFXBNOFR COUNTY 4.907 
































SAI AKIFS 




5.396. 5>9 


515 


051 


691.053 


6 


.602.632 


1099 


76 


104 


9 6 


140 


83 


1,345.55 


6/ 


4 


FMPLOYFF RFNEFITS 




1. 126.659 


! 1 


755 


135. 736 


1 


361,149 


.'."v 


60 


0.) 


13 


27 


6'. 


277.39 


1 3 


9 


PURCHASED SFRVICFS 




159,235 


48 


715 


245.860 




453,810 


32 


45 


9 


93 


50 


10 


92.4 8 


4 


6 


SIIPPLIFS I M1UFRI Al S 




312.448 


212 


>>05 


66 7. 157 


1 


192,211 


6 1 


5 1 


43 


33 


1 35 


96 


242.96 


10 


2 


INSTRUCTIONAI FOU IP. 




79, 039 


?7 


4 3? 


5.406 




111.927 


16 


12 


5 


59 


1 


10 


22.81 


1 


1 


OTHFR nfl.lFCTS 




! )6- 


7 


051 


67.155 




74,100 




06- 


1 


48 


13 


69 


15. 11 




8 


TOTAL 




7.073, 653 


■> j 3 


9 31 


1.812.367 


9 


795,829 


[441 


54 


185 


4? 


169 


14 


1,996.30 


100 





PFRC ENT OF TOTtL 




72.2 




1.3 


1 9.5 




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 





1993-84 


































UNIT 


FINAL 


K 


I 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


T*H 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


030 


ENROLL 


129 


119 


116 


128 


128 


131 


166 


131 


161 


150 


154 


138 


111 


8 




1770 


030 


ADM 


119 


115 


113 


124 


125 


127 


160 


130 


156 


145 


146 


134 


110 


8 




171? 


030 


AOA 


111 


109 


108 


118 


120 


121 


154 


124 


150 


140 


140 


130 


106 


8 




1639 


030 


MLO 


117 


119 


114 


126 


125 


125 


158 


131 


157 


143 


141 


132 


110 


11 




1709 


030 


PROM 


116 


118 


114 


124 


125 


122 


158 


131 


157 


135 


131 


125 


109 


11 




1676 


030 


N-P 


1 


1 




2 




3 








3 


10 


7 


1 






33 


UNIT 


1784-85 
FIRST HO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


5 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


T^H 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


030 


ENROLL 


118 


115 


120 


116 


121 


128 


125 


158 


132 


161 


145 


132 


123 


12 




1706 
16P5 


030 


ADM 


110 


114 


119 


116 


120 


128 


124 


157 


131 


159 


144 


130 


121 


12 




030 


ADA 


107 


110 


116 


113 


116 


126 


121 


156 


126 


155 


140 


125 


117 


1 1 







1983-64 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



030 ALLEGHANY COUNTY 



PUBLIC SR. INST NC 
PU3LIC SR. OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

CO«« COLL. TECH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TUTAL 

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

TKAUE, BUSINESS NC 
TRSDE, 6USI OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

MILITARY 

EMPLnYIENT 
OTHLRS e» 
CRANO TOTAL • «• 



NUMBER 


PERCENT 


17 


U.9 


1 


0.9 


Id 


15.8 


I 


0.9 


I 


0.9 


2 


1.8 


28 


24.6 





o.o 


28 


2<>.6 


<♦ 


3.5 


I 


0.9 


5 


<•.<• 


2 


1.8 


I 


0.9 


3 


2.6 


10 


8.8 


AT 


41.2 


I 


0.9 


114 


100.0 



11-10 



Alleghany 



1984-85 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT 




SOURCE OF FUNDS 






SEX 


RACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 


CLASS IFICATION 


STATE 


FEDERAL LOCAL 


VQCAT 


TOTAL 


HALE FEMALE 


WHITE BLACK OTHER 



n F F I C I AL . A CM S . . M GR S . 
PRINCIPALS 
ASST PRINCtTFACHING 
ASST PRINC.NONTEACHING 
ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 
SECONDARY TEACHERS 
OTHFR TEACHERS 
GUIDANCE 
PSYCHOLOGICAL 
L I 9RAR I AN. AUDIOVISUAL 
CONSULT ANT, SUPER VISOR 
OTHER PROFESSIONAL 
TEACHER AIOES 
TECHNICI ANS 
CLERICAL .SECRETARIAL 
SERVICF WORKERS 
SKILLED CRAFTS 
L ABORERS. UNSKILLED 
TOTAL 



VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE. 
22.64PCT FROM LOCAL. AND 10.08PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1983-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



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

FINAL 

LEA ADM STATE FEDERAL LOCAL TOTAL STATE FEDERAL LOCAL 

ALLFGHANY COUNTY 1.712 

S.MSRIFS 2.093.726 235.082 335.179 2,660,997 1221.22 137.31 195.73 1.554.31 

FV.PI DYFF BFNFFITS 429.993 

PURCHASED SE3VIC=S 40.565 

SIIPPI.TFS t "1TFSIALS 170.019 

INSTRUCTION!! FOJIP. 59. <.92 

n T HFR nilFCTS 2.304 

TDTAL 2.793.090 427,271 775.122 3.995,473 1 249.57 452.76 333. 

PERFFNI OF TflTAL 69.9 10.7 19.4 100.0 



11-11 



FEDERAL 


235 


08j 


51 


59B 


18 


698 


109 


524 


10 


202 


3 


167 


427 


Z 71 




0.7 



335 


L79 


70 


361 


07 


345 


254 


591 


12 


272 


14 


"5 


7^5 


1 22 




'J. 4 



552 


**2 


251 


16 


30 


14 


41 


39 


3?2 


6 9 


13. a 


146 


608 


23 


53 


10 


92 


51 


02 


R5 


6? 


3.7 


5 33 


134 


99 


? 1 


63 


39 


14a 


.71 


311 


*: 


13. 3 


91 


956 


34 


74 


5 


96 


7 


17 


47 


97 


,-. 1 


2 


3*6 


1 


35 


1 


55 


8 


69 


1 1 


39 


.5 



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 





1983-84 
































UNIT 


FINAL 


K 


I 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH EXCP 


TOTAL 


040 


ENROLL 


384 


429 


368 


447 


372 


420 


394 


446 


419 


409 


411 


366 


370 


22 


5257 


040 


AD"I 


375 


424 


364 


439 


367 


417 


386 


434 


415 


396 


391 


350 


358 


22 


5138 


040 


AOA 


356 


403 


351 


425 


355 


404 


373 


414 


391 


379 


375 


337 


345 


21 


4929 


040 


MLO 


37 3 


425 


362 


436 


369 


42 1 


338 


429 


412 


390 


379 


339 


345 


ZZ 


5090 


040 


PROM 


373 


3 88 


344 


417 


361 


409 


335 


391 


379 


349 


354 


312 


344 


ZZ 


4928 


040 


N-P 
1984-85 




37 


13 


19 


3 


12 


3 


38 


33 


41 


25 


27 


1 




2o2 


UNIT 


FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH £XCP 


TOTAL 


040 


ENROLL 


354 


431 


402 


367 


423 


376 


410 


411 


429 


411 


404 


363 


320 


20 


5121 


040 


ADM 


349 


431 


399 


365 


422 


374 


409 


409 


424 


407 


398 


359 


319 


20 


5085 


040 


ADA 


337 


423 


388 


356 


413 


368 


399 


398 


408 


390 


379 


347 


310 


19 


4935 



1963-84 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



0<i0 ANSON COUNTY 



TOTAL 
NUM3ER PERCENT 



PUSLIC SR. INST NC 
PUBLIC SR- OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE SR. IMST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

CO"* COLL. TECH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TLTAL 

TRADE. BUSINESS NC 
TRAuE. BUSI OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

MILITARY 

EMPLOYMENT 

OTHLRS •• 

CRAUP TOTAL ««• 



IB. 8 
0.3 
19.1 

14.0 
0.9 
1<..9 

13.4 

0.0 
13. A 

l.B 
0.0 
1.8 

1.8 
0.0 
1.8 

11.3 

11.0 
2t>.b 
100.0 



11-12 



Anson 



1964-85 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT 




SOURCE OF FUNDS 






sex 


RACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 


CLASS IFICATION 


STATE 


FEDERAL LOCAL 


VOCAT 


TOTAL 


MALE FEMALE 


WHITE BLACK OTHER 



OFFICIAL. ADMS..MGRS. 
PRINCIPALS 
ASST PRINC. TEACHING 
ASST PRINC. NONTEACHING 
ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 
SFCONDARV TEACHERS 
OTHER TFACHERS 
GUIDANCE 
PSYCHOLOGICAL 
L ItfRARIAN. AUDIOVISUAL 
CONSULTANT. SUPER VISOR 
OTHER PROFESSIONAL 
TEACHER AIDES 
TECHNICIANS 
CLERICAL. SECRETARIAL 
SERVICE WORKERS 
SKILLED CRAFTS 
LABORERS .UNSKILLED 
TOTAL 



VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE. 
22.64PCT FROM LOCAL. AND I0.08PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1983-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 

AMOUNTS EXPENDED rtY SOURCE »..*«♦.»». PER PUPIL EXPENDITURE ;«*.«•* 

FINAI PERCENT 

lf» 40M STATE FEDERAL LOCAL TOTAL STATE FEDERAL LOCAL TOTAL OF TOTAL 

/ANSON OIIINTY 5.13R 

SiliPIFS 5.744.442 909,723 726.683 7,380,348 1118.03 177-06 141. 43 1,436.52 65.'. 

Fyj|';yF= riF'jFFITS 1.113.597 221.877 169.025 1.534,499 232.31 43.18 32.90 

PURCHASED Sf-VICFS 114.548 51,337 319,443 435,328 22.29 9.-19 62.17 

S.;??l I = S r. MATERIALS 449.164 534,952 580,354 1,564,471 87.42 104.12 112.95 

INSTRUCT I riNAI FOUIP. 198.021 30,326 9.539 237,886 38.54 5.90 1.86 

ntHr? rm.lFCTS 144 546 39,876 40,567 .03 .11 7.76 



' .M 



7,699,916 1.743,763 1,844.920 11,293,599 1498.62 343.36 359.0" 



3 I* 


'-.9 


1 3. 


9 


94 


•. « 


•, 


3 


304 


49 


13 


9 


46 


30 


2 


1 


• 


90 




(, 


2,193 


: 5 


i ;: 






PFRCFNT OF TriTAI. 68.2 15.5 16.3 100.0 



11-13 



ASHE 

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

7 Elementary Schools 
1 Secondary School 
3 Combined Schools 

7th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 





1983-84 


































UNIT 


FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


050 


ENROLL 


284 


335 


282 


288 


312 


303 


315 


356 


332 


370 


326 


297 


286 


18 




4104 


C50 


ADM 


279 


327 


276 


280 


306 


294 


309 


351 


326 


351 


307 


285 


276 


16 




3983 


050 


AOA 


256 


3 04 


260 


265 


291 


279 


294 


329 


303 


320 


232 


266 


254 


14 




3717 


050 


MLD 


230 


319 


274 


280 


303 


2 94 


309 


351 


324 


339 


283 


278 


270 


16 




3925 


050 


PRTM 


273 


3 06 


266 


277 


303 


294 


307 


333 


320 


276 


270 


275 


269 


16 




3785 


050 


N-P 
1934-85 


7 


13 


8 


3 


5 




2 


18 


4 


63 


13 


3 


1 






140 


UNIT 


FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 



050 ENROLL 278 288 316 266 283 303 295 326 344 395 284 271 282 15 
050 AOM 276 287 316 264 281 301 294 323 341 395 282 266 280 14 
050 ADA 265 276 306 257 274 293 237 316 331 381 273 257 273 13 



3946 
3920 
3102 



050 ASHfc COUNTY 



1983-84 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



PU?LIC SR. INST NC 

PU1LIC SR. OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. O'JTSTATE 
TOTAL 

CO"* COLL. TECH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PKIVATE JR. 9UTSTATE 
TOTAL 

TRAOE, BUSINESS NC 
TRAJE. BUSI OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

MILITARY 

EMPLOYMENT 

OTHtRS 00 

GRAND TOTAL ••• 



2.6 
0.4 

3.0 

21.2 

0.0 

21.2 

o.<. 

0.0 

0.4 

0.4 

0.7 
1.1 

2.2 

27.9 

2A.9 

100.0 



11-14 






1984-85 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT SOURCE OF FUNDS SEX RACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 

CLASSIFICATION STATE FEDERAL LOCAL VOCAT TOTAL MALE FEMALE WHITE BLACK OTHE 

OFFICIAL .ADMS..MGRS. 4 1 16 5 16 

PRINCIPALS 11 11 11 11 

ASST PRINC. TEACHING 6 6 5 16 

ASST PRINC. NONTEACHING 

ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 100 1 101 21 80 100 I 

SECONDARY TEACHERS 36 1 23 60 3* 26 59 1 

OTHER TEACHERS 21 16 3 6 46 15 31 46 

GUIOANCE 3 14 13 4 

PSYCHOLOGICAL 11 2 2 2 

L IRRARIAN, AUDIOVISUAL 10 10 10 10 

CONSULTANT. SUPERVISOR 2 1 3 3 3 

OTHER PROFESSIONAL 13 3 7 5 2 7 

TEACHER AIDES 48 7 3 58 4 54 58 

TECHNICIANS 

CLERICAL .SECRETARIAL 14 2 7 2 25 1 24 25 

SERVICE WORKERS 20 53 73 28 45 73 

SKILLED CRAFTS 

LABORERS .UNSKILLED 

TOTAt 277 31 68 36 412 130 282 410 2. 

• VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE. 
22.64PCT FROM LOCAL. AND 10.08PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1983-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 







AMOUNTS EXPENDED 


BY SOURCE 









••« PER 


PUPIL E 


PENOITURE 


******* 


I'l 


FINAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


PERCENT 
OF TOTAL 


ASHF COUNTY 


3.983 




















SAt ARIFS 




4. 866.037 


712.289 


697.265 


6,275,590 


1221.70 


178.83 


175.06 


1.575.59 


6b. => 


FMPI OYFE BENEFITS 




1.002.208 


160.457 


147,686 


1 ,310,350 


251.62 


40.29 


37.03 


328.99 


14.0 


PURCHASED SFHVIf.FS 




95.387 


32.039 


173.038 


300.463 


23.95 


8 .04 


43.44 


75.43 


1.2 


SUPPLIES C "5TFRI1LS 




424.008 


333.637 


482.236 


1 ,239,881 


106.45 


83.77 


121 .07 


311.29 


13.2 


INSTRUCTIONAL EOUIP. 




115. 125 


25. 788 


35.918 


176,831 


28.90 


6. -.7 


9.02 


44.39 


1 . 9 


OTHPR OBJECTS 




6.416 


25.296 


41.473 


73,185 


1 .61 


6.35 


10.41 


18.37 


. 6 


TOTAL 




6.509. 180 


I .289, 506 


1.577,615 


9,376.301 


1634.23 


323.75 


396.08 


2,354.06 


100.0 


PERCFNT OF TOTAL 




69.4 


13. 8 


16. 8 


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 



UNIT 


1983-34 

FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


I 1 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


0*0 


ENROLL 


215 


233 


203 


197 


235 


244 


217 


2e3 


247 


281 


272 


224 


188 


8 


15 


3062 


060 


A 01 


205 


222 


193 


189 


222 


237 


214 


273 


242 


258 


258 


210 


181 


8 


15 


2927 


060 


ADA 


187 


2C7 


179 


177 


209 


220 


199 


252 


220 


234 


234 


195 


166 


7 


13 


2699 


06 


MLO 


205 


225 


190 


190 


224 


234 


213 


2 77 


238 


247 


251 


199 


176 


7 


15 


2891 


060 


PROM 


202 


Z2Z 


182 


187 


222 


233 


212 


263 


235 


227 


220 


135 


175 


7 


15 


2792 


060 


N-P 


3 


3 


8 


3 


2 


1 


1 


9 


3 


20 


31 


14 


1 






99 


UNIT 


1984-85 
FIRST KO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


060 
060 
060 


ENROLL 


190 


204 


228 


180 


190 


220 


244 


232 


277 


253 


250 


222 


204 


8 


21 


2923 
2895 
2754 


A DM 
ADA 


190 
184 


202 
192 


226 
217 


181 
174 


189 
181 


217 
206 


242 
232 


230 
221 


273 
259 


247 

231 


248 
233 


220 
209 


201 

187 


8 

8 


21 

20 



1 963-64 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



060 AVERY COUNTY 



PUBLIC SR. INST NC 
PUGLIC SR. OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

COVM COLLi TECH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

TRAJF, BUSINESS NC 
TRADE. SUSI OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

MILITARY 

EMPLOYMENT 

OTHeRS •» 

GRANO TOTAL »•• 



NUMBER 


PERCENT 


29 


16.8 


2 


1.2 


31 


17.9 


2 


1.2 


3 


•1.7 


5 


2.9 


2<. 


13.9 





0.0 


2* 


13.9 


20 


11.6 





0.0 


20 


11.6 


«. 


2.3 


1 


0.6 


5 


2.9 


2 


1.2 


53 


30.6 


33 


19.1 


173 


100.0 



OR PACIFIC ISLANDFRS 



11-16 



Avery 



1984-85 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIG-NHE'IT SOURCE OF FUNDS StX RACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 

CLASSIFICATION STATE FEDERAL LOCAL VOCAT TOTAL MALE FEMALE WHITE BLACK OTHER 

OFFICIAL. ADMS.. MORS. 4 1 1 1 7 3 4 7 

PRINCIPALS 9 9 9 9 

ASST PRINC. TEACHING 

ASST PRINC. NONTEACHING 2 2 112 

ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 76 2 78 13 65 78 

SECONDARY TEACHERS 40 1 14 55 31 24 55 

OTHER TEACHERS 14 7 5 26 3 23 26 

GUIDANCE 2 2 4 13 4 

PSYCHOLOGICAL 

L IBRARIAN. AUDIOVISUAL 7 7 7 7 

CONSULTANT. SUPER VISOR 

OTHER PROFESSIONAL 1 12 2 2 

TEACHER AIDES 34 2 36 36 36 

TECHNICIANS 

CLERICAl .SECRETARIAL 10 16 17 17 17 

SERVICE WORKERS 19 25 44 11 33 44 

SKILLED CRAFTS 5 6 11 11 11 

LABORERS. UNSKILLED 

TOTAL 223 12 43 20 298 85 2 13 293 



1983-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 







AMOUNTS EXPENDED 


BY SOURCE 









••• PER 


PUPIL E 


XPENOITURE 




1 FA 


FINAL 

AOM 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


PERCENT 
OF TOTAL 


VF=Y COUNTY 


2.927 




















SALARIES 




3. 425.131 


463.607 


510.459 


4,399,196 


1170.18 


158.39 


1 74 . 4 


1,532.97 


67. 9 


EMPLOY" BENEFITS 




659.784 


92.473 


62.351 


814,605 


225.41 


31.59 


21.30 


278.30 


12.6 


PURO'ASEf) SFRVICFS 




80.516 


30.952 


136.514 


247,931 


27.51 


10.57 


46.64 


84.72 


}. 3 


SIJOPI IFS C "ATFRIALS 




290. t48 


?3?.445 


265.578 


788,171 


99.13 


79.41 


90.73 


269.27 


12. 2 


INSTRUCTIONAL FOUIP. 




121.551 


18,470 


24.241 


164,263 


41.53 


6.3 1 


9.2 5 


56.12 


2. 5 


Otmfh OB.IFCTS 




,5 


13. 755 


58, 360 


72,160 


.02 


4.70 


19.94 


24.66 


1.1 


TOTAI 




4. 577. 1 75 


851.699 


1.057.503 


6.436.377 


1563.78 


290.97 


361.29 


2,216.34 


100. 


PFRCFNT OF TOTAL 




7:. 6 


\\.\ 


16.3 


100.0 













11-17 



BEAUFORT 

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

6 Elementary Schools 
2 Secondary Schools 
2 Combined Schools 

1st Education District 




Pupil Accounting 





1983-84 


































UNIT 


FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


a 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


070 


ENROLL 


328 


386 


398 


340 


367 


326 


357 


387 


345 


379 


343 


312 


290 


7 


10 


4575 


070 


ADM 


315 


376 


386 


321 


35 9 


320 


352 


383 


345 


366 


324 


297 


287 


7 


10 


4448 


070 


AOA 


298 


3 60 


371 


309 


348 


308 


339 


367 


326 


345 


304 


277 


268 


6 


10 


4236 


070 


MLO 


319 


373 


388 


3 19 


361 


318 


351 


386 


347 


363 


316 


292 


285 


7 


10 


4435 


070 


PROM 


311 


358 


357 


294 


350 


299 


334 


365 


336 


324 


282 


274 


283 


7 


10 


4184 


070 


N-P 
1984-85 


8 


15 


31 


25 


11 


19 


17 


21 


11 


39 


34 


18 


2 






251 


UNIT 


FIRST MO 


K 


I 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


070 


ENROLL 


299 


324 


385 


384 


310 


360 


323 


357 


383 


376 


363 


294 


272 


9 


14 


4453 


070 


AOM 


299 


325 


381 


382 


309 


356 


321 


355 


379 


367 


357 


287 


267 


9 


14 


4408 


070 


AOA 


289 


313 


370 


370 


302 


346 


312 


345 


366 


351 


338 


270 


255 


8 


13 


4243 



1 963-64 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



070 3EAUF0RT COUNTY 



TOTAL 

TOTAL NUM3ER PERCENT 



PUBLIC SR. INST NC 
PUBLIC SR. OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATS SR. ffST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

COHB COLLt TECH NC 

C.C. TFCH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

TkAOE, BUSINESS NC 
TRAOEt BUSI OUTSTATE 
TOIAL 

MILITARY 

EMPLOYMENT 

OTHERS »• 

GRANO TOTAL ">' 



15. 2 
0.4 
15.6 



19 




6.4 


3 




1.1 


21 




7.4 


20 




7.1 


72 




25.5 


19 




6.7 


2 62 




100.0 



11-18 



Beaufort 



1964-65 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT SOURCE OF FUNDS SEX RACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 

CLASSIFICATION STATE FEDERAL LOCAL VOC AT TOTAL MALE FEMALE WHITE BLACK OTHE 

nFFICIAL.ADMS..MGRS. 1 111 

PRINCIPALS 10 10 10 7 3 

ASST PRINC. TEACHING 4 4 3 12 2 

ASST PRINC. NONTEACHING 1 111 

ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 117 2 119 21 98 89 30 

SECONDARY TEACHERS 40 20 60 27 33 50 10 

OTHER TEACHERS 21 25 46 3 43 41 5 

GUIDANCE 4 4 2 2 3 1 

PSYCHOLOGICAL 1 111 

L IRRARIAN. AUDIOVISUAL 9 1 10 1 9 9 I 

CONSULTANT. SUPERVISOR 3 2 5 2 3 4 1 

OTHFR PROFESSIONAL 6 3 1 10 10 6 4 

TEACHER AIOES 50 5 3 1 59 1 58 28 31 

TECHNICIANS 

CLERICAL .SECRETARIAL 8 2 9 19 19 17 2 

SERVICE WORKERS 23 58 81 23 58 41 40 

SKILLED CRAFTS 5 2 7 7 6 1 

LABORERS. UNSKILLED 

TOTAL 303 39 74 21 437 103 334 306 131 

» VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATEf 
22.64PCT FROM LOCAL. ANO 10.08PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1 960-64 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE ...«.»«..« per PUPIL EXPENDITURE 



i r t 


F INAL 
ADM 


STATE 


FEOERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


STATE 


FEOERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


PERCENT 
OF TOTAL 


RFA'JFORT COUNTY 


4.448 




















SAt ARIFS 




4.713.129 


749.736 


576.616 


6.039,481 


1059.61 


168.56 


129.63 


1.357.80 


66.1 


F"PL"YEE BFNFFITS 




987. 669 


168.496 


132.667 


1 .288,832 


222.05 


37.8 8 


29.83 


289.76 


14.1 


PURCHASED SFRVICES 




78.574 


38.867 


241.802 


359,242 


17.66 


«.. 74 


54.36 


80.76 


3. 9 


SUPPLIES C MATFRtALS 




436.312 


265, 081 


516.880 


1.219.273 


98.09 


59.82 


116.20 


274.1 1 


1 3. 3 


INSTRUCTIONAL EQUIP. 




139.927 


55,447 


10.905 


206,279 


31.46 


12.47 


2.45 


46.38 


Z. 3 


OTUFP niUFCTS 




2 1 8 


g 1 B 


26.650 


27,866 


.07 


.21 


5.99 


6.27 


.3 


TIHAI 




6.355. 908 


1.279.545 


1.505,519 


9.140,972 


1428.94 


287.68 


338.46 


2,055.08 


100.0 


PERCENT OF TOTAI 




69.5 


14.0 


16. 5 


100.0 













11-19 



Washington 



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

3 Elementary Schools 
1 Secondary School 
1 Combined School 

1st Education District 




Pupil Accounting 





1983-84 


































UNIT 


FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


071 


ENROLL 


292 


314 


287 


278 


277 


290 


296 


338 


357 


335 


310 


265 


273 




10 


3922 


071 


ADM 


281 


311 


283 


268 


273 


286 


292 


321 


349 


316 


291 


251 


260 




10 


3792 


071 


ADA 


26 3 


295 


270 


257 


263 


274 


282 


306 


334 


297 


272 


233 


240 




10 


3596 


071 


MLO 


278 


312 


281 


273 


275 


287 


294 


321 


345 


300 


234 


239 


256 




11 


3764 


07 1 


PROM 


267 


295 


278 


273 


271 


286 


292 


306 


307 


272 


255 


222 


238 




11 


3573 


071 


N-P 


11 


17 


3 




4 


1 


2 


15 


38 


36 


29 


17 


18 






191 


UNIT 


1984-85 
FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


071 


ENROLL 


320 


295 


301 


282 


280 


283 


285 


308 


332 


369 


304 


280 


237 




9 


3885 


071 


ADM 


317 


293 


300 


276 


278 


282 


280 


307 


331 


358 


296 


277 


235 




9 


3839 


071 


AOA 


302 


282 


291 


268 


267 


274 


271 


298 


316 


343 


284 


267 


224 




7 


3694 



1 963-64 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



071 WASHINGTON CITY 



PUBLIC SR. INST NC 
PU3LIC SR. OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

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

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

TRAOE. BUSINESS NC 
TRAOE. BUSI OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

MIL ITARY 

EMPLOYMENT 

OTHfRS •• 

GRA/.D TOTAL ••• 





TOTAL 


NUMBER 


PERCENT 


58 

1 

59 


23.5 

0.4 

?3.9 


4 
1 
5 


1.6 
0.4 
2.0 


64 
2 
66 


25.9 

0.8 
26.7 


10 

10 


4.0 
0.0 
4.0 


6 
3 

9 


2.4 
1.2 
3.6 


27 


10.9 


56 


22.7 



11-20 



Washington City 

1964-85 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT SOURCE OF FUNDS SEX RACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 

CLASSIFICATION STATE FEDERAL LOCAL VOCAT TOTAL MALE FEMALE WHITE BLACK OTHE 

OFFICIAL .AOMS..MGRS. 2 1 3 12 3 

PRINCIPAl S 5 5 4 1*1 

ASST PRINC, TEACHING 1 111 

ASST PRINC. NONTEACHING 5 5 3 2 3 2 

ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 105 8 3 116 11 105 87 29 

SECONDARY TEACHERS 35 2 2 I* 53 25 28 44 9 

nTHER TEACHERS 18 6 2 26 6 20 22 4 

GUIDANCE 31 152332 

PSYCHOLOGICAL 1 111 

L IBRARIAN. AUDIOVISUAL 6 6 6 6 

CONSULTANT. SUPERVISOR 222173461 

OTHER PROFESSIONAL 13 2 6*251 

TEACHER AIDES 47 6 9 1 63 63 41 22 

TECHNICIANS 1 111 

CLERICAL .SECRETARIAL 12 5 17 17 13 4 

SERVICE WORKERS 12 44 56 18 38 18 38 

SKILLED CRAFTS 1 6 7 7 5 2 

LABORERS .UNSKILLED 

TOTAL 257 28 73 20 378 86 292 263 115 

* VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE, 

27.64PCT FROM LOCAL. AND 10.08PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1963-64 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 







AMOUNTS EXPENDED 


BY SOURCE 








FINA1 










IF. 


AOM 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


WASHI NOTON CI TY 


3. 79? 










SAI 40 I FS 




4. 143.845 


648.267 


771,825 


5.567,937 


FMPIOYFF bfncfit 


S 


86 8. 84 7 


141 .155 


152.448 


1,162,450 


PIIPCHASFO SFRV1F 




30. 21 7 


29,651 


174.464 


234,332 


SilPPllFS C MATFO 


HI S 


31 1. 134 


239,98? 


521.824 


1,072,940 


INSTPHCTMNAI ED 


IIP. 


77.0'9 


11 .309 


23.609 


1 11 ,947 


tlTHFS nfllFFTS 




1. 1 75 


21.659 


32.946 


55,779 


TOTAL 




5. 432.246 


.097,023 


1.681. 1 15 


8.205,384 


PFRCFNT OF TOTAL 




66.2 


13.3 


2 0. 5 


100. 



>•(•••>••• PER PUPIL EXPENDITURE 

STATE FEDERAL LOCAL 

5,567,937 1092.79 170.96 204.60 1,466.35 67.9 

229.13 37.22 40.20 306.55 14.0 

7.97 7.62 46.01 61.80 2.9 

62.05 63.29 137.61 282.95 13.1 

20.31 2.98 6.23 29.52 1.4 

.31 5.71 8.69 14.71 .7 

432.56 287.98 443.34 2,163.88 100.0 



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 



1983-84 
UNIT FINAL 




Pupil Accounting 



080 ENROLL 
080 ADM 

AOA 

MLD 



333 352 324 318 372 352 

334 349 319 312 374 348 



080 
0B0 



080 PROM 
080 N-P 



311 335 

332 354 

319 329 

13 25 



306 302 

321 317 

300 290 

21 27 



360 

374 

344 

30 



332 
3 49 

301 

48 



338 
333 
321 
329 
306 
23 



338 312 427 334 273 
334 306 387 307 250 
320 287 350 277 227 
2 39 



3 32 

305 

27 



305 

301 

4 



379 299 
313 261 



235 

4 



12 TVH EXCP TOTAL 



335 
319 
290 
315 

300 
15 



26 
25 
22 
24 
24 



49 
49 
44 
49 
49 



4483 
4346 
4084 
4318 
3982 
336 



1934-35 
UNIT FIRST MO 



1 



10 



u 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



080 ENROLL 325 340 342 322 313 402 323 325 306 359 357 237 286 
080 ADM 324 339 342 321 312 399 321 322 304 341 335 222 277 
080 ADA 312 329 335 315 305 390 313 313 289 311 309 207 257 



25 


38 


4300 


25 


38 


4222 


23 


36 


4044 



OaO BERTIE COUNTY 



PUBLIC SFU INST NC 
PUBLIC SR. OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. GUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

CO«M COLLt TECH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TCIAL 

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. UUTSTATE 
TuIAL 



i 963-64 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



TRAJS. BUSINESS NC 
TRAOE, 8USI OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

MILITARY 

EMPLOYMENT 

OTHERS oe 

GRAND TOTAL ••• 



0.0 
0.0 

0.0 

0.0 
"..5 



11-22 



Bertie 



1984-65 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT SOURCE OF FUNDS SEX RACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 

CLASSIFICATION STATE FEDERAL LOCAL VOCAT TOTAL MALE FEMALE WHITE BLACK OTHE 

OFFICIAL. ADMS..MGRS. 2 1 14 3 113 

PRINCIPALS 8 8 7 13 5 

ASST PRINC. TEACHING 

ASST PR INC.NONTEACHING 5 5 * 1 1 ■* 

ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 123 19 * 1*6 13 133 52 92 

SECONDARY TEACHERS 47 6 1 19 73 24 49 33 40 

OTHFR TEACHERS 2 1 3 2 1 3 

GUIDANCE 4 15 2 3 3 2 

PSYCHOLOGICAL 

L IBRARIAN, AUDIOVISUAL 6 6 6 15 

CONSULTANT. SUPERVISOR 11 2 2 11 

OTHER PROFESSIONAL 4 4 2 2 2 2 

TEACHER AIDES 61 36 1 98 98 33 65 

TECHNICIANS 3 3 2 13 

CLERICAL .SECRETARIAL 18 4 4 1 27 27 15 12 

SERVICE WORKERS 23 51 74 9 65 21 53 

SKILLED CRAFTS 7 12 19 18 1 10 9 

I ABORERS. UNSKILLED 

TOTAL 314 68 69 26 477 86 391 179 296 

* VOCATIONAL TFACHERS 1 SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE. 
22.64PCT FROM LOCAL. AND 10.08PCT FROM FEOERAL FUNOS. 



1983-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



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



I - '. 


FINAL 
1 3M 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


STATE 


FEOERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


PERCENT 
OF TOTA 


BERTIF COUNTY 


4,146 




















SAI ARIES 




4,921.961 


1.076.562 


617.732 


6,616.255 


1132.53 


247.71 


142.14 


1.522.38 


68. 1 


FMPIOYFE BENEFITS 




1.027. 541 


263.335 


131.642 


1.422,518 


236.43 


60.59 


30.29 


32T.31 


14.6 


PIJCCHASFD SFRVICFS 




88.121 


45.562 


216.923 


350.607 


20.28 


10.48 


49.91 


80.67 


3. 6 


SUPPLIES £ *ATFR1ALS 




374.034 


353.361 


331.707 


1.059,132 


86.06 


81.31 


75.32 


243.69 


1 '.a 


INSTRUCTION!! EOll I P - 




145.653 


16. 360 


23.401 


205,413 


33.51 


8. 37 


5.38 


47.26 


2. 1 


othfr nn.i c r.rs 




41 2 


33.326 


33.225 


66.964 


.09 


7.07 


7.0 5 


15.41 


. 7 


TOTAL 




6.557,722 


1 .808.506 


1.354,631 


9,720.859 


1508.90 


416.13 


311.69 


2.236.72 


130.0 


PFRf.FNT OF TOTAI 




67.5 


18.6 


1 3. a 


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 





1983-84 


































UNIT 


FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


090 


ENROLL 


428 


551 


442 


439 


470 


529 


513 


514 


534 


626 


525 


440 


430 


39 


32 


6512 


090 


ADM 


417 


539 


435 


433 


467 


522 


506 


503 


518 


543 


478 


402 


408 


40 


37 


6248 


090 


ADA 


392 


513 


420 


417 


452 


501 


486 


478 


493 


492 


434 


378 


385 


35 


34 


5910 


090 


MLD 


412 


5 37 


432 


432 


469 


510 


509 


496 


509 


517 


462 


385 


417 


40 


41 


6176 


090 


PRCM 


388 


488 


407 


409 


46 3 


5 02 


493 


447 


444 


3 84 


391 


361 


388 


40 


33 


5633 


090 


N-P 


?4 


49 


25 


23 


6 


16 


16 


49 


65 


133 


71 


24 


29 




8 


538 


UNIT 


1984-85 
FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


090 


ENROLL 


444 


437 


510 


435 


420 


473 


519 


529 


490 


620 


469 


425 


396 


37 


34 


6238 


090 


ADM 


440 


435 


508 


431 


417 


467 


514 


523 


487 


614 


460 


423 


392 


37 


35 


6133 


090 


ADA 


428 


421 


497 


42 3 


410 


454 


501 


510 


469 


563 


433 


401 


374 


33 


34 


5951 



1983-84 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



0°0 3LA0SN COUNTY 









MALE 










FEMALE 








TOTAL 


t 


MERICAN 
INDIAN 


BLACK 


HHITE 


OTHER* 


TOTAL 


AMERICAN 
INDIAN 


BLACK 


HHITE 


OTHER' 


TOTAL 


NUMBER 


PERCENT 


PU'LIC SP. INST NC 
PU°LIC SR. OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 







15 
2 
17 


32 


32 








47 
2 
49 








31 


31 


22 

9 

22 







53 


53 


IOC 

2 

102 


25.7 
0.5 
26.2 


PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 








2 
1 
3 


2 


2 







4 
1 

5 







5 
1 
6 


2 
2 

4 







7 
3 
10 


11 
4 
15 


2.8 
1.0 

3.9 


COMH COLL. TECH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 







10 

10 


20 



20 







30 

30 


1 



1 


22 

22 


33 


38 







61 



61 


91 


91 


23.4 

0.0 

23.'. 


PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 














4 








4 

4 












6 

6 








6 


6 


10 

10 


2.5 

0.0 
2.6 


TRADE, BUSINESS NC 
TPAUE, BUSI OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 








1 



1 


5 
1 

6 








6 
1 

7 







5 

5 


4 


4 







9 


9 


15 
1 
16 


3.9 
0.3 
4.1 


MILITARY 





30 


7 





37 





5 


3 





e 


45 


11.6 


EMPLOYMENT 





21 


21 





42 





1* 


19 





33 


75 


19.3 


OTHtKS »• 





9 


6 





15 





7 


13 





20 


35 


9.0 


GRAND TOTAL oil 





91 


98 





189 


1 


90 


109 





200 


389 


100.0 



11-24 



Bladen 



1964-85 Public School Personnel Summory 

(Full-time personnel only) 



4CTIVITY ASSIGNMENT 



SOURCE OF FUNDS 



RACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 



CLASSIFICATION 



STATE FEDERAL LXAL 



OFFICIAL . AOMS..MGRS. 
PRINCIPALS 
ASST PRINC, TEACHING 
ASST PRINC. NONTEACHING 
FLEMENTARY TEACHERS 
SECONDARY TEACHERS 
OTHER TEACHERS 
GUIDANCE 
PSYCHOLOGICAL 
L I OR ARIA N. AUDIOVISUAL 
CONSULTANT, SUPER VISOR 
OTHFR PROFESSIONAL 
TEACHER AIDES 
TECHNICIANS 
CLERICAL .SECRETARIAL 
SERVICE WORKERS 
SKILLED CRAFTS 
LABORERS. UNSKILLED 
TOTAL 



187 
1 19 



VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE. 
22.64PCT FROM LOCAL, AND 10.08PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNOS. 



1980-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AHOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE 



BLADEN COUNTY 
SAI ARIFS 

FMP1 OYFE RFNFFITS 
PURCHASFO SERVICES 
SUPPLIES £. MATERIALS 
INSTRUCTION*! FOUIP. 
OTHER OHIFCTS 
TOTAI 
PFRCENT np TOTAL 



7. 169. 313 

1. 392.095 

169.23* 

515.216 

156.606 

1 ' ' 

9.402. 600 

64. 1 



1 .321 .153 
291,569 

80.96B 

441,443 

47,552 

54.805 

2.237,490 

1 r ' . 2 



1. 181,615 

385,975 

415,873 

930.670 

55,053 

67,480 

3.036,665 

20. I 











PUPIL EXPENDITURE 


PERCENT 




TOTAL 


STATE 


FEOERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


OF TOTAL 


9 


672,081 


114T.46 


211.45 


189.12 


1,548.03 


65.9 


2 


069,639 


222.81 


46.67 


61.78 


331.26 


14. 1 




666,075 


27.09 


12.96 


66.56 


106.61 


4. 5 


1 


887,329 


82.46 


70.65 


148.95 


302.06 


12.9 




259,211 


25.06 


7.41 


B.81 


41.48 


1. 8 




122.422 


.02 


3.77 


10.80 


19.59 


.8 


14 


676,756 

100.0 


1504.90 


358.11 


486.02 


2,349.03 


100.0 



11-25 



BRUNSWICK 

Dr. V. E. Yarbrough , Supt. 
Star Route Hwy. 133 
Southport, N. C. 28461 

7 Elementary Schools 
3 Secondary Schools 
1 Combined School 

2nd Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1983-84 
UNIT FINAL 

100 ENP.OLL 
100 ADM 
100 AOA 
100 MLO 

PROM 

N-P 



100 
100 



622 630 596 662 
533 605 568 635 



535 567 
593 609 



57 3 
20 



538 
573 



605 620 
655 



685 691 661 

660 663 633 
628 



576 553 636 655 
33 20 19 5 



660 683 
674 



60 3 
27 



751 685 
716 669 



700 
22 



653 
13 



775 729 
717 680 



597 673 624 649 
630 722 671 705 



557 
148 



663 516 
590 
73 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



585 523 
537 502 
485 455 
501 



472 477 
44 24 



27 
25 
22 

21 
21 



11 

12 

9 

14 

14 



8633 
8205 
7639 
8216 
7759 
457 



1984-85 
UNIT FIRST KO 

100 ENROLL 
100 ADM 
100 ADA 



8 



10 



11 



12 TXH EXCP TOTAL 



543 632 594 583 658 680 705 655 728 796 655 627 513 
532 625 593 578 651 676 698 649 718 772 642 610 503 
503 598 573 559 629 655 673 618 692 724 605 563 473 



16 


10 


8395 


16 


10 


<?273 


15 


10 


7890 



loo Brunswick county 



1983-84 High School Graduate intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



PUBLIC SR. INST NC 
PUBLIC SR. OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OUTSTATE 
TuTAL 

CO-X COLL. TECH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TUTAL 

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. UUTSTATE 
TUTAL 

TRADE, eUSINESS NC 
TRADE. BUSI OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

MILITARY 

EMPLOYMENT 

OTHERS •« 

CRAIIO TOTAL ••• 



NUMBER 


PERCENT 


86 


18.7 





0.0 


86 


18.7 


13 


2.8 


4 


0.9 


17 


3.7 


133 


28.9 


4 


0.9 


137 


29.8 


6 


1.3 





0.0 


6 


1.3 


12 


2.6 





0.0 


12 


2.6 


49 


10.7 


136 


29.6 


17 


3.7 


460 


100.0 



11-26 



Brunswick 



1964-85 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT 



SOURCE OF FUNOS 



RACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 



CLASS IFICATION 



STATE FEDERAL LOCAL VOCAT 



OFFICIAL. A0MS..MGRS. 
PRINCIPALS 
ASST PRINC. TEACHING 
ASST PRINC. NONTEACHING 
ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 
SECONDARY TEACHERS 
OTHER TEACHERS 
GUIOANCE 
PSYCHOLOGICAL 
L I BR AR I AN. AUDIOVISUAL 
CONSULTANT. SUPER VISOR 
OTHFR PROFESSIONAL 
TFACHER AIDES 
TECHNICIANS 
CLERICAL .SECRETARIAL 
SERVICE WORKERS 
SKILLED CRAFTS 
LABORERS. UNSKILLEO 
TOTAL 



203 

100 



217 
122 



VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAIO APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE. 
22. 64PCT FROM LOCAL. AND 10.09PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNOS. 



1963-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED RY SOURCE 



PER PUPIL EXPENDITURE •• 





FINAL 




















1 FA 


ADM 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 




TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


BRUNSWICK CnilNTY 


8.205 




















SAI ARIFS 




8.792.924 


1,087,311 


2.106,116 


11 


986,351 


1071.65 


132.52 


256.69 


1,460.86 


FMPLOYFF RFNFFITS 




1.707.457 


200.473 


558.324 


2 


466,253 


209.10 


24.43 


68.05 


300.58 


PURCHASEO SFRVICFS 




272.474 


101,322 


806.121 


1 


,179,916 


33.21 


12.35 


93.25 


143.81 


SIIOPLIFS £ MATFRIALS 




621,852 


616,409 


952.603 


2 


,190,864 


75.79 


75. 13 


116.10 


267.02 


INSTRUCTIONAL FOUIP. 




187, 387 


20.924 


8.179 




216,490 


22.84 


2.55 


1 .00 


26.39 


OTMFR n'UFfTS 




2.649 


99.635 


128. 113 




230,397 


. 3 2 


12. 14 


15.61 


28.07 


TOTAL 




11.584. 743 


2.126.073 


4,559.455 


in 


,270.271 


1*11.91 


259.12 


555.70 


2.226.73 


PFPCFNT OF TOTAL 




63.4 


1 1.6 


25.0 




100.0 











6 •> . h 

1 3. 4 
6. 5 

] 2.0 

1.2 

1. 3 

100.0 



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 



1933-84 
UNIT FINAL 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



110 ENROLL 1630 1602 1501 1539 1668 1738 1854 2029 2043 2203 1846 1671 1517 



87 



52 



110 ADM 1557 1548 1454 1554 1611 1702 1804 1970 2002 2077 1732 1579 1477 88 50 

110 ADA 1421 1449 1367 1463 1518 1607 1690 1844 1353 1906 1607 1456 1365 79 42 

110 HLO 1553 1547 1454 1543 1599 1699 1797 1957 1991 2004 1662 1514 1454 85 48 

110 PROM 1477 1452 1406 1522 1535 1677 1733 1918 1947 1659 1474 1384 1417 85 47 

110 N-P 76 95 48 21 14 22 14 39 44 345 188 130 37 1 



23030 
22205 
20672 
2 1907 
20833 
1074 



1984-85 
UNIT FIRST MO 



10 



11 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



110 ENROLL 1552 1600 1504 1461 1571 1651 1732 1799 1977 2226 1873 1608 1456 84 61 22155 
110 AOM 1533 1590 1492 1455 1556 1645 1724 1785 1962 2207 1850 1601 1447 84 59 21990 
110 ADA 1461 1533 1444 1416 1505 1591 1659 1714 1880 2085 1769 1515 1365 80 54 21071 



1983-64 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



110 BUNCOMBE COUNTY 







1 










MALE 










FEMALE 








TOTAL 






MERICAN 


BL 


»CK 


WHITE 


OTHER. 


TOTAL 


AMERICAN 


BLACK 


WHITE 


OTHER. 


TOTAL 


NUMBER 


PERCENT 








INDIAN 












INDIAN 
















PUBLIC SR. 


INST 


NC 




3 




8 


1*1 


2 


151 


I 


7 


163 





171 


322 


22 


3 


PUBLIC SR. 


OUT-STATE 












16 





16 








17 





17 


33 


2 


3 


TOTAL 













8 


157 


2 


167 


1 


7 


180 





188 


355 


24 


<> 


PRIVATE SR. 


INS> 


NC 









2 


22 





24 





1 


38 


1 


40 


64 


4 


4 


PRIVATE SR. 


OUTSTATE 












16 





16 





1 


16 


1 


13 


34 


2 


4 


TOTAL 













2 


33 





40 





2 


54 


2 


58 


93 


6 


8 


COVM COLLi 


TECH 


NC 









3 


1*1 


1 


151 





2 


204 





2 06 


357 


24 


7 


C.C. TECH OUT-ST 


at e 












1 





I 





1 


2 





3 


4 





3 


IJTAL 













3 


148 


1 


152 





3 


206 





209 


361 


25 





PRIVATE JR. 


COLL 


NC 












16 





16 








22 





22 


38 


2 


& 


PRIVATE JR. 


OJTSTATE 












1 





I 








1 





1 


2 





1 


TOTAL 
















IT 





17 








23 





23 


40 


2 


8 


TRACE, BUSI 


NESS 


NC 












4 





<, 





3 


32 





35 


39 


2 


7 


TRAQF, BUSI 


OUTSTATE 












8 





8 





1 


1 





2 


10 





7 


TOTAL 
















12 





12 





4 


33 





37 


49 


3 


4 


MIL ITARY 













7 


86 





93 





2 


11 





13 


106 


7 


3 


EMPLOYMENT 













b 


206 





212 


2 


6 


143 





151 


363 


25 


1 


OTHLRS •• 
















31 





31 


1 


1 


41 





43 


74 


5 


1 


GRA'JO TOTAL 


... 











26 

nvES 


695 

1 AND A 


3 
SIAN OR 


724 


4 


25 


691 


2 


722 


1446 


100 





• INCLUDES 


HISPANICS, 


ALA 


5K «N 


NA 


PACIFIC 


ISLANDERS 
















• .INCLUDE S 


INKIKMATION NUT AVAIL 


»ULE, 


MARRIt 


D, LTC. 





















11-28 



Buncombe 



1984-65 Public School Personnel Summory 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT 




SOURCE OF FUNDS 




SEX 


RACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 


CLASSIFICATION 


STATE 


FEDERAL LOCAL VOC AT 


TOTAL 


MALE FEMALE 


WHITE BLACK OTHER 



OFFICIAL .ACMS..MGRS. 
PRINCIPALS 
ASST PRINC. TEACHING 
ASST PRINC. NONTEACHING 
ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 
SECONDARY TEACHERS 
OTHFR TFACHERS 
GUIDANCE 
PSYCHOLOGICAL 
L I BR AR I AN. AUDIOVISUAL 
CONSULTANT, SUPER VISOR 
OTHER PROFESSIONAL 
TEACHER AIDES 
TECHNICIANS 
CLERICAL. SECRETARIAL 
SERVICE WORKERS 
SKILLED CRAFTS 
LABORERS. UNSKILLED 
TOTAL 



552 
261 

1 13 



562 

377 
165 



496 


5 82 


216 


371 


128 


15a 



126 
32 8 



120 
256 



126 
31 I 



VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE, 
22.64PCT FROM LOCAL. AND 10.08PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1963-64 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE 



•* PER PUPIL EXPENDITURE 





FINAL 




LFA 


ADM 


STATE 


BUNCOMBE COUNTY 


22.205 




SALARIFS 




24. 117.922 


Employee r c nffits 




5.032.513 


PURCHASED SERVICES 




116.227 


SlIPPl IFS t MJTFRMLS 




1.963. 4 88 


INSTRUCTIONAL FOUIP. 




511.891 


OTHFR OB.IFCTS 




5.354 


TOTAl 




31.74 7. 395 


PFRCFNT nc TOTAI 







FEDERAL 


943 


22 r 


*26 


435 


65 


7 D9 


6 09 


091 


96 


36 



3.226.949 



204.546 


32 


.265,696 


1C°6 


. 1 5 


87 


.51 


27-) 


.42 


1,453 


03 


422,946 


6 


831,944 


226 


64 


19 


21 


64 


08 


309 


93 


192.428 


2 


374.363 


5 


23 


2 


96 


■" 


74 


1 }6 


93 


137.812 


5 


710,391 


88 


43 


27 


43 


1 41 


3 1 


257 


17 


4 1.861 




649,787 


23 


05 


4 


3 2 


1 


8 9 


29 


26 


586.026 




677,781 




24 


3 


89 


2 6 


39 


30 


52 


585.619 


48 


559,962 


1429 


74 


145 


3? 


Ml 


83 


2,186 


89 


28.0 




100.0 



















66.4 
I 4 . 2 

4.9 

1 1.8 

1.3 

1. 4 

100.0 



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 





1983-84 




























UNIT 


FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


111 


cNPOLL 


461 


406 


36 8 


387 


353 


3 64 


343 


394 


371 


442 


470 


415 


371 


111 


ADM 


431 


389 


355 


360 


341 


347 


327 


382 


345 


399 


422 


392 


346 


111 


AOA 


402 


370 


339 


340 


325 


329 


311 


363 


318 


363 


389 


358 


320 


111 


MLO 


42 4 


389 


356 


348 


343 


343 


325 


384 


334 


3e6 


395 


375 


333 


111 


PKOM 


359 


351 


342 


335 


342 


338 


309 


380 


308 


353 


315 


336 


318 


111 


N-P 
1984-85 


65 


38 


14 


13 


1 


5 


16 


4 


26 


33 


80 


39 


15 


UNIT 


FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


111 


ENROLL 


469 


429 


358 


340 


337 


347 


354 


317 


377 


391 


464 


400 


336 


111 


AOM 


463 


424 


353 


334 


333 


343 


344 


310 


372 


383 


450 


390 


328 


111 


AOA 


443 


414 


343 


327 


323 


333 


333 


301 


355 


361 


424 


369 


311 



TMH EXCP TOTAL 



56 


5201 


59 


4895 


57 


4534 


65 


4800 


65 


4451 




3 49 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


64 


4983 


64 


4891 


61 


4697 



1963-64 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



111 ASHEVILLE CITY 



PU3LIC SR. INST NC 
PU3LIC SR. CUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATt SR. OJTSTATE 
TOTAL 

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

PKIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OLTSTATE 
TOTAL 

TRAOE. BUSINESS NC 
TPAOE, BUSI OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

MILITARY 

EMPLOYMENT 

OTHCRS •• 

GRAND TOTAL ••• 



>ULE 
rfHITE 



OTHER* TCTAL 





TOTAL 


NUM3ER 


PERCENT 


11* 


34.3 


15 


4.5 


129 


38.9 


18 


5.4 


13 


3.9 


31 


9.3 


46 


13.9 


1 


0.3 


47 


14.2 


5 


1.5 


2 


0.6 


7 


2.1 


3 


0.9 





0.0 


3 


0.9 


22 


6.6 


53 


16.0 


40 


12.0 


332 


100.0 



11-30 



Asheville 



1984-85 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT 




SOURCE OF FUNDS 




SEX 


RACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 


CLASS IFICATION 


STATE 


FEDERAL LOCAL VOC AT 


TOTAL 


MALE FEMALE 


WHITE BLACK OTHER 



OFFICIAL ,Ar)MS..MGRS. 2 3 5*14 

PRINCIPALS iO 10 8 2 6 

ASST PRINC. TEACHING 5 5 2 3 3 

ASST PRI NC.NONTEACHING 5 3 8 5 3 5 

ELEMENTAPY TEACHERS 128 21 21 2 172 15 157 132 

SECONDARY TEACHERS 56 7 14 26 103 42 61 83 

OTHFR TFACHERS 13 5 1 19 6 13 15 

GUIDANCE 8 4 1 13 2 11 11 

PSYCHOLOGICAL 2 2 112 

I IBRARIAN, AUDIOVISUAL 8 2 13 10 10 

CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 2 1115 2 3 3 

OTHER PROFESSIONAL 14 5 5 4 

TEACHFR AIDES 63 Id 4 1 86 1 85 55 

TECHNICIANS 1 11 1 

CLERICAL. SECRETARIAL 9 21 30 1 29 27 

SFRVICE WORKERS 80 80 31 49 28 

SKUl ED CRAFTS 1 12 13 13 10 

LARORFRS, UNSKILLED 

TOTAL 312 48 175 32 567 134 433 399 

« VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE, 

22.64PCT FROM LOCAL. AND 10.08PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNDS. 

1980-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE .......... PER PUPIL EXPENDITURE 

FINAL 

LFA AOM STATE FEDERAL LOCAL TOTAL STATE FEDERAL LOCAL 

ASHFVILI F CITY 4.895 

SAIARtFS 5.666.500 895.35* 2.815.296 9, 377, 1*9 1157.61 182.91 575.1* 1,915.66 66.5 

FVPIOVFC BENEFITS I. ISO. 866 198, *81 60*. 166 1.983,513 2*1.24 *0.55 123 .43 *05.22 l*.l 

Pliari'ASFO SERVICES 429,015 35.134 817.553 1.281,702 87.6* 7.18 167.02 261.84 9.1 

SUPPLIES d MATERIALS 212.094 315,593 671,148 1.198,835 43.33 64. *7 137.11 244.91 8.5 

INSTRUCTIONAL F OU I P . 40.710 36.303 23.856 100.869 8.32 7.*2 *.87 20.61 .7 

niHFR nnjcfTS 3.930 62.0*0 95.113 161.08* .80 12.67 19. *3 32.90 1.1 

mTa L 7.533.115 1.542.906 5.027.132 14.103,153 1538.9* 315.20 1027.00 2,881.14 100.0 

PFRCFNT OF TC1TAI 53.5 10.9 35.6 100.0 



11-31 



BURKE 

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

14 Elementary Schools 
2 Secondary Schools 
9 Combined Schools 

7th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1983-8* 
UNIT FINAL 



8 



10 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



120 ENROLL 860 1002 317 962 1007 1011 1087 1191 1169 1129 1095 

120 ADM 842 975 806 9*8 977 986 1063 1155 1122 1086 1005 

120 AOA 792 931 774 912 939 948 1017 1087 1051 1022 964 

120 MLO 846 981 308 953 975 981 1055 1152 1095 1072 940 

120 PROM 766 904 770 908 943 960 1038 1056 987 1034 855 

120 N-P 80 77 38 45 32 21 17 96 108 38 85 



896 


810 


80 


23 


13139 


848 


769 


78 


26 


12686 


310 


732 


72 


24 


12075 


817 


747 


78 


26 


12526 


777 


717 


78 


18 


11811 


40 


30 




8 


715 



1984-85 
UNIT FIRST MO 



I 



10 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



120 ENROLL 
120 ADM 
120 ADA 



940 891 947 
931 882 944 
906 854 919 



826 


932 


988 


817 


925 


985 


800 


903 


964 



982 1123 1149 1044 1144 
976 1120 1140 1044 1134 
958 1080 1096 1007 1108 



891 


79 3 


67 


23 


12740 


882 


788 


69 


22 


12659 


859 


767 


66 


20 


12307 



120 BURKE COUNTY 



1983-64 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



PU5LIC SR. INST NC 
PUILIC SR. OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

CC-f. C1LL, TECH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

TRAOE. DUSINESS NC 
TRAOE, BUSI OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

MILITARY 

EM°L0Y1ENT 

OTHfcRS » 

r,RA:;0 TOTAL ••• 



102 



102 



132 



132 



NUMBER 


PERCENT 


110 


15.0 


4 


0.5 


11* 


15.5 


21 


2.9 


7 


1.0 


23 


3.8 


250 


34.1 





0.0 


250 


34.1 


5 


0.7 


5 


0.7 


10 


1.4 


15 


2.0 


5 


0.7 


20 


2.7 


33 


4.5 


201 


27.4 


70 


10.6 


734 


100. 



11-32 



Burke 



1964-85 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT 




SOURCE OF FUNDS 




SEX 


RACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 


CLASS IFICATION 


STATE 


FEDERAL LOCAL VOCAT 


TOTAL 


MALE FEMALE 


WHITE BLACK OTHER 



OFFICIAL .ADMS..MGRS. 5 1 6 6 5 

PRINCIPALS 25 25 22 3 2* 

ASST PRINC. TEACHING 

ASST PPINC.NONTEACHING 12 12 10 2 10 

ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 261 25 286 25 261 269 

SECONDARY TEACHERS 169 25 51 245 107 138 23* 

OTHER TEACHERS 25 33 17 75 7 68 69 

GUIDANCE 12 I 2 15 4 11 13 

PSYCHOLOGICAL 2 2 112 

L 13RARIAN. AUDIOVISUAL 25 3 28 2 26 26 

CONSULTANT. SUPERVISOR 3 4 1 8 5 3 B 

OTHER PROFESSIONAL 16 1 17 3 14 17 

TFACHER AIDES 167 2 9 178 1 177 169 

TECHNICIANS 2 2 2 I 

CLERICAL .SECRETARIAL 26 1 26 1 54 1 53 53 

SERVICE WORKERS 54 204 258 79 179 232 

SKILLED CRAFTS 

LABORERS. UNSKILLED 

TOTAL 802 38 316 55 1211 275 9 36 1132 

• VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE. 
22. 64PCT FROM LOCAL. AND 1O.08PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNOS. 



1963-64 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 







AMOUNTS EXPENOED 


BY SOURCE 








....... 


•»• PER 


PUPtL EXPENDITURE 




FINAL 




















1 FA 


ID- 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 




TOTAL 


STATE 


FEOERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


RIIRKE COUNTY 


12.686 




















SAI ARIFS 




14,070.825 1 


.165,343 


3.331.066 


16 


567,235 


1109.16 


91 .86 


262.58 


1,463.60 


FMPLOYFE BFNEFITS 




2.992.261 


24B.690 


T2T.532 


3 


928,483 


232.72 


19.60 


57.35 


309.67 


PURCHASED SFRVICFS 




200. 212 


32,489 


895.445 


1 


128,146 


15.78 


2.56 


70.59 


88.93 


SUPPLIFS I MATERIALS 




898.977 


44<>,77J 


1.426.625 


2 


772,375 


70.86 


35.22 


112.46 


218.54 


INSTRUCTIONAL EQUIP. 




174. 174 


103.252 


64.171 




341,598 


13.73 


B.14 


5.06 


26.93 


nin" nnjFCTS 




2.728 


5.610 


96.784 




105,123 


.22 


. 44 


^ .63 


B.29 


TOTAL 




18.299,176 2 


.002. 158 


6.541,624 


26 


842,959 


1442.47 


157.8 2 


515.67 


2,115.96 


PFRTFNT OF TOTAL 




68. 1 


7.5 


24.4 




100.0 











69.2 
I*. 6 
4.2 

1 3. 3 
1. 3 



11-33 



CABARRUS 

Dr. Joseph N. Fries, Supt. 
660 Highway 29 N. , Box 388 
Concord, N. C. 28026-0388 

14 Elementary Schools 
3 Secondary Schools 
2 Combined Schools 

6th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1993-84 
UNIT FINM. 



11 



12 TVH EXCP TOTAL 



130 ENROLL 886 917 860 871 898 956 1053 1213 1173 1275 1032 



130 A0M 

130 ADA 

130 MLD 

130 PROM 

130 N-P 



864 
815 
866 
788 
78 



887 
846 



815 
73 



832 847 874 938 1039 1190 1149 1195 998 811 834 

802 811 840 901 996 1130 1084 1116 937 765 779 

830 341 882 930 1040 1188 1138 1145 966 779 828 

784 313 857 918 1003 1091 1083 928 840 705 795 

46 28 25 12 37 97 55 217 126 74 33 



62 
66 
59 

70 
70 



12892 
12524 
11881 
12391 
1 1490 
901 



1984-85 
UNIT FIRST MO 

130 ENROLL 
130 AOM 
130 AOA 



870 
869 
843 



867 


817 


857 


878 


866 


810 


854 


874 


844 


795 


832 


855 



962 1080 1157 1267 1095 
956 1077 1149 1261 1087 
934 1043 1110 1210 1046 



11 



12 T*H EXCP TOTAL 



852 


807 


61 


5 


l?465 


947 


803 


60 


6 


12407 


809 


775 


58 


5 


12025 



130 CA3ARRUS COUNTY 



1983-84 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



PU°LIC SR. INST NC 
PUBLIC SR. OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

CU''M COLL, TECH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PMVATE JR. CULL NC 
PRIVATE JR. UUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

TfcA'JE, BUSINESS NC 
TRAOE, CUSI OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

MILITARY 

EMPLOYMENT 
OTHLRS •« 
GRANO TOTAL <■«• 



102 



102 



NUM3ER 


PERCENT 


174 


21.7 


10 


1.2 


164 


23.0 


59 


7.4 


7 


.0.9 


66 


8.2 


172 


21.5 





0.0 


172 


21.5 


13 


1.6 


1 


0.1 


14 


1.7 


45 


5.6 


8 


1.0 


53 


6.6 


34 


4.2 


256 


32.0 


ZZ 


2.7 


801 


100.0 



11-34 



Cabarrus 



1984-85 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



activity assignment 



SOURCE OF FUNDS 



CLASS IFICATION 



STATE FEOERAL LOCAL 



RACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 



FEMALE WHITE 



OFFICIAL .A0MS..MGRS. 
PRINCIPALS 
ASST PRINC. TEACHING 
ASST PRINC.NONTFACHING 
ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 
SECONDARY TEACHERS 
OTHER TEACHERS 
GUIDANCE 
PSYCHOLOGICAL 
I I 3RAR I AN. AUDIOVISUAL 
CONSULT ANT, SUPER VISOR 
OTHER PROFESSIONAL 
TEACHER AIDES 
TECHNICIANS 
CLERICAL .SECRETARIAL 
SFRVICE WORKERS 
SKILLED CRAFTS 
L ABORFRS .UNSK ILLED 
TOTAL 



2 1 b 



255 

2QO 



245 

209 



234 
279 



1983-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 







AMOUNTS E»PE 


OEn fly source 












PUPIL E 


XPENDITURE 




LFA 


FINAI 
ADM 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 




TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


P E R C E N I 
OF TOTAL 


CARARPUS COUNTY 


17.524 






















SAI ARIFS 




11.822.5H8 


I . 151 .22! 


2.654.050 


1 7 


,627,859 


1103.69 


91.92 


211.92 


1.407.53 


67.1 


EMPLOYEE RFNFF1TS 




2.875. 120 


239. 339 


671,994 


3 


.786,454 


229.57 


19.11 


53.66 


302.34 


1 4. t 


PURCHASED SERVICES 




334.330 


84. 867 


996, 167 


1 


,415,365 


26.70 


6.78 


79.54 


113.02 


5. 4 


SUPPLIES C MATFRIAI 




802. 332 


676,978 


1,416,423 


2 


895,703 


64.06 


54.05 


113.10 


231.21 


II. 


INSTRUCTIONAL EOUIP 




22J.736 


83,675 


51,656 




356,066 


17.63 


6. 68 


* . 1 2 


28.43 


1. - 


OTHFR OBJFCTS 




5.067 


82.502 


104,632 




192,201 


.40 


; . 5 3 


S.35 


15.34 


. 7 


TOTAL 




18.060. 144 


2.318,582 


5,894,923 


26 


273,648 


1442.05 


185.13 


470.69 


2.097.87 


100.0 


PERCENT OF TOTAL 




65. J 


8.8 


22.4 




100.0 













11-35 



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 





1983-84 


UNIT 


FINAL 


132 


ENROLL 


132 


ADM 


132 


AOA 


132 


MLD 


132 


PROM 


132 


N-P 




1984-85 


UNIT 


FIRST MO 


132 


ENROLL 


132 


ADM 


132 


AOA 



11 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



330 394 328 347 365 371 358 471 408 473 374 330 295 

320 382 319 

294 362 308 

319 379 319 

311 327 301 

8 52 IB 



348 


354 


358 


349 


454 


398 


448 


360 


316 


288 


35 


30 


4759 


335 


337 


341 


332 


424 


368 


412 


340 


294 


269 


31 


25 


4472 


353 


349 


358 


344 


450 


393 


431 


349 


305 


235 


36 


30 


4700 


343 


339 


355 


34 1 


433 


386 


338 


303 


290 


276 


36 


28 


4407 


10 


10 


3 


3 


17 


7 


93 


46 


15 


9 




2 


293 



343 364 346 308 334 343 
338 361 345 307 334 338 
324 350 335 298 325 328 



355 354 430 457 
355 351 430 450 
343 333 411 421 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



366 324 308 
363 324 307 
349 309 294 



31 21 4684 
30 21 4654 
29 18 4467 



1983-84 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



132 KANNAPOLIS CTTY 



PU?LIC SR. INST NC 
PUL'LIC SR. OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
PMVATE SR. O'JTSTATE 
TOTAL 

COIN COLL, TECH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TOT AL 

TRAUE, BUSINESS NC 
TRAJE, BUSI OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

MILITARY 

EMPLOYMENT 
OTHERS •« 
GKANl) TOTAL ««• 





TOTAL 


NUMBER 


PERCENT 


85 


30.5 


4 


1.4 


89 


31.9 


13 


4.7 


1 


0.4 


1* 


5.0 


52 


18.6 


1 


0.4 


53 


19.0 



10.4 

16.1 

8.6 

100.0 



11-36 



Kannapolis 

1984-85 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT SOURCE OF FUNDS SEX RACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 

CLASSIFICATION STATE FEDERAL LOCAL VOCAT TOTAL MALE FEMALE WHITE BLACK OTHER 

OFFICIAL .ADMS..MGRS. 6 118 6 2 8 

PRINCIPALS 8 8 7 17 1 

ASST PRINC. TEACHING 1 111 

JSST PRINC.NONTEACHING 4 * 3 1 4 

ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 112 I 113 9 10* 96 17 

SECONDARY TEACHERS 40 1 13 5* 25 29 50 4 

OTHER TEACHERS 43 6 1 6 56 16 40 54 2 

GUIDANCE 4 4 13 2 2 

PSYCHOLOGICAL 

L IBRAR IAN. AUDIOVISUAL 7 1 8 8 9 

CONSULTANT. SUPERVISOR 

OTHER PROFESSIONAL 4 2 6 2 4 6 

TFACHER AIDES 61 10 2 73 1 72 61 11 1 

TFCHNICI ANS 

CLERICAL .SECRETARIAL 16 10 26 26 25 1 

SERVICE WORKERS 28 34 62 19 43 43 19 

SKILLEO CRAFTS 

I ABORERS. UNSKILLED 

TOTAL 334 18 51 20 423 89 334 365 57 1 

» VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE. 
22.64PCT FROM LOCAL. AND 10.08PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1983-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 





FINAL 




BY SOURCE 










PUPIL EXPENDITURE 


PERCENT 


1 *A 


ADM 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


OF TOTAL 


KANNAPOI IS CI TY 


4.759 




















SAI ARIFS 




5.13B.734 


599.547 


1.072.033 


6.810,314 


1079.79 


125.98 


225.26 


1.431.03 


68.6 


FMflnYFg BENEFITS 




1.083.211 


123,708 


215.383 


1 .422,301 


227.61 


25.99 


45.26 


298.86 


I*. 3 


PURCHASED SERVICES 




195. 836 


22.739 


396.556 


615,132 


41.15 


4.75 


83.33 


129.26 


6.2 


SUPPLIES £ MATERIALS 




207.639 


203.641 


459.183 


870,464 


43.63 


42.79 


96.49 


182.91 


8. 8 


INSTRUCTIONAL EOUIP. 




28.7?4 


27.209 


74.103 


130,035 


6.04 


? . 72 


15.57 


27.33 


1. 3 


OTHFR OB.IFCTS 




1.576 


32.633 


49.058 


83,267 


.33 


6. 86 


10.31 


17.50 


. 8 


TOTAL 




6.655.719 


.009.477 


2.266.315 


9.931,512 


1398.55 


212.12 


476.22 


2.086.89 


100.0 


PForc-iT OF TOTAL 




67.0 


10.2 


Z 2 . 8 


100.0 













11-37 



CALDWELL 



Kenneth A. Roberts, Supt. 

P. 0. Drawer 1590, Connelly Springs Rd 

Lenoir, N. C. 28645 



18 Elementary Schools 
3 Secondary Schools 
2 Combined Schools 



7th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 





1983-84 












UNIT 


FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


140 


ENROLL 


1012 


930 


383 


937 


1055 


140 


ADM 


988 


958 


855 


907 


1027 


140 


AOA 


914 


894 


809 


861 


975 


140 


MLD 


977 


957 


858 


Q03 


1033 


140 


PROM 


851 


813 


725 


911 


953 


140 


N-P 
1934-85 


126 


139 


133 


92 


ao 


UNIT 


FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


140 


ENROLL 


1035 


1001 


954 


809 


90] 


140 


ADM 


1025 


995 


943 


806 


89J 


140 


AOA 


985 


967 


921 


788 


87: 



8 



10 



981 1073 1208 1172 1281 1100 

966 1061 1173 1146 1189 1014 

913 1000 1096 1055 1063 920 

973 1055 1165 1138 1119 948 

931 997 1034 996 891 826 

42 58 131 142 228 122 



10 



11 



992 979 1139 1171 1198 1023 850 

990 975 1126 1157 1177 1006 835 

873 964 947 1079 1106 1120 960 797 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



907 


826 


47 


40 


13502 


8 40 


790 


47 


46 


13007 


768 


720 


40 


38 


12071 


797 


771 


43 


49 


12791 


760 


706 


48 


42 


11389 


37 


65 




7 


1402 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



819 
808 
772 



3 7 
31 



43 129^1 

44 12826 
39 12349 



1983-84 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



140 CALDWELL COUNTY 



PUULIC SR. INST NC 
PUBLIC SP. DUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRTVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

CCKM COLL. TECH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TUT»L 



15T 



157 



163 



163 



104 

11 

115 



2 42 
243 



5.4 

0.4 
5.8 



TRADE, BUSINESS NC 
TKAJE, BUSI OJTSTATE 
TUTAL 

MILITARY 

EMPLOTMENT 
OTHERS •• 
GRAND TOTAL ">' 






1 





3 


5 


4 


36 





1 


.2 


100 


.0 



11-38 



Caldwell 



1984-65 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMFNT 




SOURCE OP FUNDS 




SEX 


RACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 


CLASS IFICATION 


STATE 


FEOERAL LOCAL VOCAT 


TOTAL 


MALE FEMALE 


WHITE BLACK OTHER 



OFFICIAL .ADMS..MGRS. 
PRINCIPALS 
ASST PRINC. TEACHING 
ASST PRINC. NONTEACHING 
ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 
SECONDARY TEACHERS 
OTHER TEACHERS 
GUIDANCE 
PSYCHOLOGICAL 
L I BR AR I AN. AUDIOVISUAL 
CONSULTANT. SUPER VISOR 
OTHER PROFESSIONAL 
TEACHER AIDES 
TECHNICIANS 
CLERICAL .SECRETARIAL 
SERVICE WORKERS 
SKILLEO CRAFTS 
LABORERS. UNSKILLED 
TOTAL 



3.""? 
1 14 



33b 
129 
19S 



317 

1 25 

1 11 



* VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE, 
22.64PCT FROM LOCAL. AND 10.08PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1983-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE 



PER PUPIL EXPENDITURE 



1 FA 


FINAL 
ADM 




STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 




TOTAL 


STATE 


FEOERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


CALOWFll COUNTY 


13.007 






















SAI ARIFS 




1 3 


960.627 


1. 196.483 


2.945,225 


1 B 


102,334 


1073.32 


91.99 


226.43 


1,391.74 


EMPI HYFF BFfjfFJTS 




2 


933. 36? 


2 79,902 


658,417 


3 


371,681 


225.52 


21.52 


50.62 


297.66 


prlRTHASFD SFRVIC.FS 






285.674 


21,337 


688. 153 




995,164 


21.96 


1 .64 


52.91 


76.51 


SIIPP1 IFS C MATERIALS 






832.465 


470. 807 


1.655.592 


2 


958,863 


64.00 


36.20 


127.28 


227.48 


INSTRUCTIONAL FOUIP. 






138.213 


61.675 


33.586 




233,555 


10.63 


4.74 


2.58 


17.95 


OTHFR OBJECTS 






9. 154 


67.819 


181.505 




258,478 


.7 D 


5.2 1 


13.95 


19.86 


TOTAL 




18 


159. 574 


2.098.023 


6.162.477 


26 


,420,074 


1396.13 


161.30 


473.77 


2,031.20 


PFRCFNT OF TOTAL 






6 B . 9 


? . ] 


2 3.3 




100. 











3. fl 
11.2 



1 .0 
100.0 



11-39 



CAMDEN 

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

2 Elementary Schools 
1 Secondary School 

1st Education District 




Pupil Accounting 





1983-84 


































UNIT 


FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


150 


FNR0LL 


75 


87 


67 


79 


77 


91 


86 


93 


117 


110 


84 


115 


102 


10 




1193 


150 


ADM 


76 


82 


67 


78 


73 


86 


84 


92 


111 


106 


90 


107 


99 


10 




1151 


150 


ADA 


72 


79 


64 


74 


70 


83 


81 


88 


105 


100 


75 


100 


93 


9 




1093 


150 


MLD 


77 


83 


66 


79 


71 


85 


84 


89 


109 


102 


78 


101 


97 


10 




1131 


150 


PROM 


76 


81 


64 


79 


68 


84 


80 


87 


105 


91 


74 


99 


91 


10 




1089 


150 


N-P 
1984-85 


1 


2 


2 




3 


1 


4 


2 


4 


11 


4 


2 


6 






42 


UNIT 


FIRST MO 


K 


I 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


150 


ENROLL 


82 


83 


82 


64 


83 


69 


88 


87 


97 


113 


103 


75 


102 


9 




1137 


150 


ADM 


82 


81 


82 


64 


83 


68 


86 


87 


96 


113 


102 


75 


101 


8 




1128 


150 


ADA 


79 


79 


80 


63 


81 


68 


84 


85 


94 


109 


98 


72 


98 


8 




1098 



1 983-64 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



150 CAMDEN COUNTY 



TOTAL 
NUMBER PERCENT 



PIPUC SR. INST NC 
PUBLIC SR. OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

C3 U M COLL. TECH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TUTAL 

TRADE, BUSINESS NC 
TRAOE. BUSI OJTSTATE 
TOTAL 

MIL ITARY 

EMPLOYMENT 
DTHCRS •• 
GRAND TOTAL ««• 



4 


<> 


■0.0 


30 


30 


33.0 
0.0 
33.0 


2 

2 


2.2 
0.0 
2.2 


1 
2 


1.1 
2.2 


5 


5.5 


20 


22.0 


16 


IT. 6 


91 


100.0 



11-40 



Camden 



1984-85 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGN "IF NT 




SOURCF OF FUNGS 






SEX 


"ACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 


CLASS IF ICATIQN 


SMTF 


FEDERAL LOCAL 


VCCAT 


TOTAL 


MALE FEMALE 


WHITE BLACK OTHER 



PFF IC I AL . ArMS.,MGR S. 1 I 1 1 

PRINT IPAI S 3 3 3 3 

ASST PRI'JC, TEACHING 11 2 2 1 

ASST PR INC.'iONTEACHING 

ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 31 3 1 1 36 2 34 26 

SECONDARY TEACHERS 17 1 1 6 25 9 16 19 

OTHER TEACHERS I 111 

GUIDANCF 1 1 1 

PSYCHOLOGICAL 

L IBRARIAN. AUDIOVISUAL 3 3 3 3 

CONSULTANT. SUPERVISOR 11 2 2 2 

OTHER PROFESSIONAL 111 3 32 

TEACHER Aires 12 2 1 1 16 1 15 3 

TECHNICIANS 1 1 2 2 2 

CLERICAL .SECRETARIAL 3 14 8 8 7 

SERVICE WORXERS 3 22 25 3 22 9 

SKILLED CRAFTS 2 2 2 1 

LABORERS. UNSKILLED I 1 1 

TOTAL 79 11 32 9 131 26 105 85 

* VOCATIONAL TEACHERS" SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE, 

22.64PCT FRO« LOCAL. AND 10.08PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNDS. 

1983-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 







AMOUNTS EXPENDED 


P.Y SOURCE 










PUPIL EXPENDITURE 




1 c ■- 


FIN.U 
AIM 


STATE 


FEOERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LDCAL 


TOTAL 


PERCENT 
OF TOTAL 


CAMDEN rnUNTY 


1. L 51 




















SAI SHIPS 




1.442.859 


233,255 


233.665 


1 .906,778 


1253.57 


200.05 


203.01 


1,656.63 


66.6 


FMPinrFE RFNFFITS 




298.074 


52.796 


45.340 


396,210 


258.97 


45.87 


39.39 


344.23 


1 3. 6 


PURCHASED SFKVICES 




11,411 


12.337 


64.980 


1 08,728 


27.29 


10.72 


56.4 5 


94.4 6 


3. 3 


SIIPP1 1 FS C MATFRI »| s 




15. ■4 49 


79,680 


176.719 


351,848 


82.93 


69.23 


153.54 


305.70 


12. 3 


INSTRUCTIONAL FOUIP. 




51.3)1 


17,423 


27.856 


96,610 


44.60 


15.14 


24.20 


83.94 


J. 4 


DTHFR nfljer.TS 




22 5 


19H 


2,269 


2.692 


.20 


. 17 


1 .17 


3.34 


. 1 


TOTAL 




1.919. 350 


392.688 


550.829 


2,862.867 


1667.56 


341.18 


478.56 


2.487.30 


1O0.0 


PFRTFNT DF TOTAL 




• 1. 1 


13.7 


1^.: 


100.0 













11-41 



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 





1983-84 


































UNIT 


FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


160 


ENROLL 


573 


626 


564 


581 


592 


5 84 


605 


657 


632 


679 


599 


489 


491 


16 




7688 


160 


ADM 


531 


586 


537 


546 


571 


561 


583 


629 


610 


631 


562 


4 57 


474 


14 




7292 


160 


ADA 


439 


552 


510 


517 


540 


535 


552 


589 


574 


595 


533 


429 


449 


13 




6877 


160 


MLD 


519 


589 


536 


536 


575 


556 


581 


628 


604 


611 


540 


443 


467 


11 




7196 


160 


P«OM 


498 


545 


515 


510 


561 


533 


555 


587 


588 


531 


500 


412 


456 


11 




6802 


160 


N-P 
1984-85 


21 


44 


21 


26 


14 


23 


26 


41 


16 


80 


40 


31 


11 






3 94 


UNIT 


FIRST M0 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TVH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 



160 ENROLL 561 585 581 561 552 596 576 631 628 675 587 519 453 16 
160 AOM 553 579 573 559 545 599 574 631 625 666 580 517 448 16 
160 ADA 529 557 555 544 528 574 557 608 603 641 



558 495 422 



14 



7521 
7455 

7185 



1 983-64 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



160 CARTERET COUNTY 





TOTAL 


NUMBER 


PERCENT 


89 


19. <. 


2 


o.<. 


91 


19.9 


31 


6.8 


2 


0.4 


33 


7.2 


144 


31. <. 


6 


1.3 


150 


32.8 


21 


4.6 


a 


0.0 


21 


4>6 


<. 


0.9 


5 


1.1 


9 


2.0 


3*. 


7.4 


58 


12.7 


62 


13.5 


<»53 


100.0 



PUBLIC SR. INST NC 
PUSLIC SP. OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

CCMM COLL. TECH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TOTaL 

PRIVATE JR. CCLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

TRAJE, BUSINESS NC 
TRADE, BUSI OUTSTATE 
T01AL 

MILITARY 

EMPLOYMENT 

OTHERS •• 

GRAND TUTAL •«« 



11-42 



Carteret 



1984-85 Public School Personnel Summary 



(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT 



SOURCE OF FUNDS 



RACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 



CLASS IFICATION 



STATE FEDERAL LOCAL 



OFFIC IAL . ADMS..MGRS. 
PRINCIPALS 
ASST PRINCtTEACHING 
ASST PRI NC.NONTEACHING 
ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 
^fCONOA'SY TEACHERS 
OTHER TEACHERS 
r.uiriANCE 
PSYCHOLOGICAL 
I IBRARIAN. AUDIOVISUAL 
CONSULTANT, SUPER VISOR 
OTHER PROFESSIONAL 
TEACHER AIDES 
TECHNICIANS 
CLERICAL .SECRETARIAL 
SERVICE WORKERS 
SKILLED CRAFTS 
L ABORERS. UNSKILLED 
TOT4L 



« VOCATIONAL TEACHFRS* SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE. 
22.64RCT FROM LOCAL. ANO 10.0BPCT FROM FEDERAL FUNOS. 



1983-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 







AMOUNTS EXPENDED 


BY SOURCE 








*••••*• 


••• PER 


PUPIL EXPENDITURE 






FINAL 




















PERCENT 


I Fl 


AD" 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 




TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


OF TOTAL 


CARTERET COUNTY 


7.79? 






















SAI ARIES 




7. 585.648 


696,342 


1.538.709 


9 


820.699 


1040.27 


95.49 


211.01 


1,346.77 


67.0 


FMP1TYFE BF'.'EFITS 




1.508.131 


149.561 


457,235 


2 


.115.227 


206.85 


20.51 


62.71 


290.07 


14.5 


PURCHASE SFRVICFS 




202.40* 


35,951 


407.397 




725.742 


38.73 


4.93 


55.8 7 


99.53 


4. 9 


SIIPPLIFS G "ATFRIALS 




422. 905 


4 13.644 


863.148 


1 


,704.697 


58.00 


57.41 


118.37 


233.78 


11.6 


INSTRUCTIONAL FCI1P. 




142.839 


26.078 


3,961 




172,879 


19.59 


i . 5 8 


.54 


23.71 


1. 2 


OTHE^I OBJFCTS 




3. 385 


31 .960 


98. 393 




123,439 


.42 


4.38 


12.12 


16.92 


.8 


TtUAl 




9.945.263 1 


.353.537 


3.358.883 


1 4 


662.683 


1363.86 


186. 3C 


460.62 


2,010.78 


100.0 


PFRC C NT OF TOTAL 




6T.8 


9.3 


22.9 




100.0 













11-43 



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 



1983-84 
UNIT FINAL 



10 



11 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



170 ENROLL 255 346 294 313 318 295 314 353 346 363 340 289 260 



170 ADM 

170 ADA 

170 MLD 

170 PROM 

170 N-P 



1984-85 
UNIT FIRST HO 

170 ENROLL 
170 AOM 
170 ADA 



244 
228 
244 
241 
3 



336 
319 
335 

289 
46 



1 



289 
276 
286 
277 



303 
289 
300 
291 
9 



313 
301 
314 
29 8 
16 



293 
283 
294 
289 
5 



309 
295 
311 
300 
11 



350 
334 
352 
344 
3 



342 
316 
337 

334 

3 



8 



347 
322 
334 
275 
59 



311 
287 
293 
254 

39 



10 



277 
258 
267 
258 
9 



11 



245 
227 
243 

237 



21 7 

17 7 

16 6 

16 7 

16 7 



4113 
3983 
3757 
3933 
3710 
223 



12 THH EXCP TOTAL 



265 286 298 287 310 302 294 312 350 388 304 260 263 
263 283 298 285 308 300 293 311 351 384 299 255 259 
252 275 291 278 300 292 286 299 336 359 235 243 245 



1 983-64 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



16 


12 


3947 


16 


12 


3917 


14 


10 


3765 



170 CASWELL COUNTY 











MALE 










FEMALE 








TOTAL 


A 


MERICAN 
INDIAN 


BLACK 


WHITE 


OTHER* 


TOTAL 


AMERICAN 
INDIAN 


BLACK 


WHITE 


OTHER* 


TOTAL 


NUMBER 


PERCENT 


PLT.LIC SR. INST NC 
PUILIC SR. OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 










11 
1 
12 


13 

13 







24 

1 

25 







16 
I 
17 


16 

16 


1 

1 


33 

1 
34 


57 
2 
59 


24. 4 

0.9 

25.2 


PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 









1 


I 


1 


1 







2 


2 







2 


2 


4 








6 

6 


8 

8 


3.4 
0.0 
3.4 


CO*M COLLi TECH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TLTAL 









5 


5 


9 


9 








14 

14 







21 

21 


11 

11 







32 

32 


46 



46 


19.7 
0.0 
19.7 


PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 















1 



1 








1 



1 













I 


1 







1 

1 


2 

2 


0.9 
0.0 
0.9 


TRADE. BUSINESS NC 
TKAJE, auSI OUTSTATE 
TUTAL 



































5 



5 












5 


5 


5 

5 


2.1 

0.0 
2.1 


MILITARY 







19 


8 





27 





3 


1 





4 


31 


13.2 


EMPLOYMENT 







1". 


18 





32 





zz 


17 





39 


71 


30.3 


OTHfRS •« 







2 


1 





3 





3 


* 





9 


12 


5.1 


GRAM TOTAL «•• 







53 


51 





104 





73 


56 


1 


130 


234 


100.0 



11-44 



Caswell 

1984-65 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 

ACTtVITY ASSIGNMENT SOURCE OF FUNDS SEX RACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 

CLASSIFICATION STATE FEDERAL LOCAL VOCAT TOTAL MALE FEMALE WHITE BLACK OTHER 

OFFICIAL. ADMS..MGRS. 11 2 2 2 

PRINCIPALS 12 12 8 4 7 5 

ASST PRINC. TEACHING 

ASST PRINC. NONTEACHING 2 2 2 11 

ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 116 12 4 132 17 115 79 53 

SECONDARY TEACHERS 44 1 15 60 27 33 43 15 2 

OTHFR TEACHERS 5 5 2 3 4 1 

GUIDANCE 3 3 3 12 

PSYCHOLOGICAL 

L IBRARIAN. AUDIOVISUAL 7 7 7 5 2 

CONSULTANT. SUPERVISOR 3 2 5 14 4 1 

OTHER PROFESSIONAL 

TEACHFR AIDES 43 11 1 I 56 56 22 34 

TECHNICIANS 1 111 

CLERICAL .SECRETAR IAL 9 1 12 22 I 21 17 5 

SERVICE WORKERS 35 3 39 24 14 9 29 

SKILLED CRAFTS 4 4 4 4 

I AOORERS .UNSKILLED 

TOTAL 290 29 20 20 349 89 2 60 199 148 2 

• VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE, 

22. 64PCT FROM LOCAL. AND 10.08PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1983-64 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AHUIIWTS EXPENnFO BY SOURCE ..»•»«•.». per PUPIL EXPENDITURE 





FINAL 


















PERCENT 


1 FA 


ATM 


STME 


FEOERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


OF TOTAL 


CASWFLL 1*. RUN TV 


3.9,<n 




















SAI AR I FS 




4.452, 1 IS 


599,992 


502.202 


5.554,329 


1117.78 


150.64 


126.09 


1,394.51 


65.9 


FMPinYFF RFNFEITS 




924.659 


140, 1 71 


122.722 


1 ,187,552 


232.15 


35. 19 


30.81 


298.15 


14. 1 


PIISr.HASFr) SFRVKFS 




106. 853 


32.340 


301 .297 


440,491 


26.83 


1.12 


75.65 


110.60 


5.2 


siippi i fs c MiTEPiai s 




3)5. ST7 


277,267 


314. 194 


986,968 


99.30 


69.61 


78.88 


247.79 


11.7 


iNsra ir.TtnMAL fouip. 




13 9.955 


26,983 


12. 897 


179,835 


35.14 


6.77 


3.24 


45.15 


.'. 1 


dthfr nn.iFf.rs 




II - 


11.717 


62.912 


83,347 


. 18 


4.95 


15.80 


20.93 


I. 3 


TflTAL 




6, 319. 8'9 


I .096,469 


1.316.224 


8.432,522 


1511.38 


275.28 


330.47 


2.117.13 


100. 


PFRCFNI OF TnTSI 




n.4 


13.0 


15.6 


100.0 













11-45 



\ 



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 



1983-84 
UNIT FINAL 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



180 ENROLL 911 1018 993 938 990 1061 1110 1158 1097 1112 1096 927 804 



180 A01 

180 ADA 

180 HLO 

180 PRO* 

180 N-P 



888 992 980 

837 950 938 

888 1001 992 

876 952 963 



12 



49 



29 



923 976 1039 1096 1138 1068 1063 1027 379 776 

887 937 999 1046 1081 1004 1003 972 832 734 

920 976 1040 1102 1138 1060 1042 992 858 765 

904 969 1029 1034 1122 1047 9^2 924 792 749 



16 



11 



1 3 



16 



13 100 



63 



66 



16 



13215 
12845 
12220 
12774 
12353 
421 



1984-85 
UNIT FIRST HO 



10 



11 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



180 ENROLL 
180 AOM 
180 AOA 



894 960 962 978 931 975 1034 1072 1148 1137 1049 977 325 
890 957 956 969 926 979 1035 1066 1137 1125 1035 967 815 
864 930 936 946 904 957 1012 1033 1099 1081 997 932 788 



12942 
12357 
12479 



130 CATAWBA COUNTY 



1963-64 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



PU2LIC SR. INST NC 

PUPLIC SR. OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

COMM COLL. TECH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

TRAOS, BUSINESS NC 
TRADE. bUSI OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

MILITARY 

EMPLOYMENT 
•3HERS •• 
GRAND TOTAL «»« 



IOC 

3 
100 



133 

1 

139 



1*7 

3 

150 



l<ti 


243 


!<•<. 


2<.<> 



31.8 
0.1 
31.9 

O.U 
0.0 
0.8 

2.5 
1.3 

3.8 

3.9 
32.8 



11-46 



Catawba 



1964-85 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT 



SOURCE OF FUNDS 



RACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 



CLASSIFICATION 



STATE FEDERAL LOCAL VDCAT TOTAL 



FEMALE WHITE BLACK 



OFFICIAL .ADMS..MGRS. 
PRINCIPALS 
ASST PP.INC. TEACHING 
ASST PRINC.NONTEACHING 
ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 
SECONDARY TEACHERS 
OTHER TEACHERS 
GUIDANCE 
PSYCHOLOGICAL 
L I BRARIAN, AUDIOVISUAL 
CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 
OTHER PROFESSIONAL 
TEACHER AIDES 
TECHNICIANS 
CLERICAL .SECRETARIAL 
SERVICE WORKERS 
SKILLED CRAFTS 
LABORERS. UNSKILLED 
T1TAL 



15 
125 



17 
379 

207 



333 
1 17 



359 
195 



VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE, 
22.64PCT FROM LOCAL. AND 10.08PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1983-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMO'JSTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE 



PER PUPIL EXPENDITURE 



i F« 


FINAI 
ADM 




STATE 


FEDERAL 




LOCAL 




TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


PERCENT 
OF TOTAL 


CATAWBA COUNTY 


12.845 


























SAL AR I FS 




13 


689,316 


905, 172 


3 


.500.183 


[8 


094,671 


1065.73 


70.47 


272.49 


1.408.69 


67. 1 


F'»l nrf= BFNFFITS 




2 


877.422 


276,214 




741.396 


3 


,895,032 


224.01 


21.50 


57.72 


303.23 


14. 4 


p ISf.HASEIl SCDVK-FS 






191.512 


85,318 




737.850 


1 


014,680 


14.91 


b .64 


57.44 


78.99 


3. B 


SUPPLIES '. MATERIALS 






943. 935 


597.777 


1 


674.521 


3 


216.283 


73.49 


46.54 


130.36 


250.39 


11.9 


I'lSTRUCTIONAI F0U1P. 






274.220 


113,984 




107.806 




496.009 


21.35 


3 . •? 7 


8.39 


38.61 


I. B 


OTHFO ntijfris 






3.805 


63,431 




195.707 




262,943 


.30 


4.94 


15.24 


20.48 


1 . D 


TOTAL 




17 


9" 0. ?b0 


2.041.895 


6 


957.464 


2 6 


979,618 


1399.79 


158.96 


541 .64 


2,100.39 


100.0 


PFRCFNT OF TOTAL 






S 6 . 6 


7.6 




2 5.8 




100.0 













11-47 



Hickory 



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

8 Elementary Schools 

1 Secondary School 

2 Combined Schools 

7th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1983-84 
UNIT FINAL 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



181 ENROLL 317 339 315 339 315 371 346 441 380 458 365 335 315 

181 AOM 304 319 300 

181 ADA 284 301 283 

131 *1LD 299 312 294 

181 PROM 285 260 274 

181 N-P 14 52 20 



327 


301 


366 


336 


425 


378 


424 


336 


312 


293 


17 


46 


4484 


314 


289 


347 


318 


397 


343 


383 


314 


288 


269 


16 


40 


4186 


328 


302 


366 


337 


424 


380 


410 


321 


298 


236 


17 


47 


4421 


317 


293 


359 


333 


405 


364 


379 


309 


290 


284 


17 


47 


4216 


11 


9 


7 


4 


19 


16 


31 


12 


8 


2 






205 



1984-85 
UNIT FIRST MO 

131 ENROLL 
181 AOM 
181 ADA 



I 



to 



11 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



280 341 300 296 327 293 371 363 404 427 364 309 285 
273 342 292 294 325 289 367 356 403 422 359 307 280 
263 331 283 286 316 279 353 341 383 393 334 292 265 



15 


39 


4414 


15 


38 


4362 


15 


34 


4168 



1983-84 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



181 HICKORY CITY 



PU°LIC SR. INST NC 
PU1LIC SR. OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 



PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OJTSTATE 
TOTAL 

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

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

TRACE, BUSINESS NC 
TRADE, BUSI OUTSTATE 
TUTAL 

MIL ITARY 

EMPLOYMENT 

OTHERS •« 

GRA.'O TOTAL «•« 



10.8 
1.4 
12.2 

18.8 

i.n 

19.9 

1.7 
0.0 

1.7 

0.7 
3.1 



14.6 

3.9 

100.0 



11-48 



Hickory 



1984-85 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT SOURCE OF FUNDS SEX RACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 



CI ASS IFKATION STATE FEDERAL LOCAL 



'ff ICIAL .ADMS..MGRS. 
OiUNCIPAl S 
ASST PRINC. TEACHING 
ASST PRINCNQNTEACHING 
FLEMENTARY TEACHERS 
SECONDARY TEACHERS 
flTHER TEACHERS 
GUIDANCE 
PSYCHOLOGICAL 
L 11RAR I AN. AUDIOVISUAL 
r "INS ULT4NT, SUPERVISOR 
CTHE1 PROFESSIONAL 
TFACHFR AIOES 
TECHNICIANS 
CLERICAL .SECR.ETAR IAL 
SERVICE WORKERS 
SKILLED CRAFTS 
LABORERS .UNSKILLED 
TOTAL 



* VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARF PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE. 
22.64PCT FROM LOCAL. AND 10.08PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1983-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE »»«««»«•»« p£p pupil EXPENDITURE 

FINAL 

LEA AOM STATE FEDERAL LOCAL TOTAL STATE FEDERAL LOCAI 

<lC.yr- Y cijy 4.484 

SALARIES 4.973.975 469.309 1.110.450 6,553.735 1109.27 104.66 247.65 1.461.58 66.4 

Fyployfe RFNEFITS 1.036.127 115,758 240.812 1.392, TOT 231.07 25.82 53.70 310.59 14.1 

PH5CHASCO SERVICES 153.405 17.653 468.454 639,512 34.21 3.94 104.47 142.62 6.5 

SUPPLIES r. MATERIALS 205,774 274,033 586.554 1.066,362 45.89 61.11 130.31 237.81 10.8 

INSTRUCTIONS EO'IIP. 69.743 34.214 9.622 113,579 15.55 7.63 2.15 25.33 1.2 

OTHFR n^JFCTS 1.863 31.279 67.492 100,634 .42 6.98 15.05 22.45 1.0 

TnT «L 6.440.837 942,256 2.483.385 9.866.528 1436.41 210.14 553.83 2.200.38 100.0 

PFRCENT OF TOTAL 65.2 9.6 25.2 100.0 



11-49 



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 





1983-84 


































UNIT 


FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


182 


ENROLL 


202 


230 


211 


232 


207 


225 


191 


269 


245 


233 


256 


188 


188 


91 


57 


3025 


182 


ADM 


201 


223 


211 


225 


203 


217 


190 


264 


238 


226 


231 


187 


184 


90 


58 


2953 


182 


ADA 


187 


217 


202 


215 


193 


207 


131 


252 


224 


211 


217 


179 


175 


82 


49 


2791 


132 


MLO 


200 


234 


215 


226 


202 


218 


190 


251 


238 


220 


214 


180 


182 


91 


64 


2935 


182 


PROM 


198 


223 


211 


224 


201 


217 


190 


260 


232 


209 


193 


175 


177 


91 


61 


2867 


182 


N-? 
1984-85 


2 


11 


4 


2 


1 


1 




1 


6 


11 


16 


5 


5 




3 


68 


UNIT 


FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


THH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


182 


ENROLL 


202 


213 


224 


222 


228 


210 


220 


215 


265 


237 


218 


208 


186 


83 


39 


2975 


182 


ADM 


199 


210 


223 


220 


227 


210 


218 


214 


263 


233 


212 


205 


182 


93 


39 


2943 


182 


ADA 


192 


204 


218 


214 


221 


205 


214 


206 


255 


224 


203 


198 


175 


83 


37 


2849 



1 963-64 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



= UT0N CITY 



PUBLIC S*. INST NC 
f>uei_ic SR. DUI-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

CO"* COLLt TFCH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TUTAL 

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

TRAJEt BUSINESS NC 
TRADE, BUSI OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

HILITAP.Y 

EMPLOYMENT 

OTHcRS oe 

GRAND TOTAL ••• 



NUMBER 


PERCENT 


50 


27.0 





0.0 


50 


27.0 


12 


6.5 


3 


1.6 


15 


8.1 


48 


25.9 





0.0 


48 


25.9 


12 


6.5 





0.0 


12 


6.5 


2 


1.1 


3 


1.6 


5 


2.7 


IT 


9.2 


3T 


20.0 


1 


0.5 


185 


100.0 



11-50 



Newton 



1984-85 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT 



SOURCE OF FUNDS 



RACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 



CI ASS IFICATMN 



STATE FEDERAL LOCAL VOCAT TOTAL MALE FEMALE WHITE BLACK 



OFFICIAL .ADMS..M&RS. 
PRINCIPALS 
1SST PRI NC. TEACHING 
ASST PRINC.NQNTEACHING 
■=1 EMC'jTARY TEACHESS 
SECONDARY TEACHERS 
nTHFR TEACHERS 
GUIDANCE 
PSYCHOLOGICAL 
I I riP ASIAN. AUDIOVISUAL 
CONSULT ANT. SUPER VISOR 
OTHFR RRDFESSIONAL 
TFACHFR A ICES 
TFfHN ICI ANS 
ILER ICAL .SECRETAR IAL 
SF°VICF HOOKERS 
SKILL FD CRAFTS 
I ABOR c PS. UNSKILLED 
TOTAL 



VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARF PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE, 
22. 64PCT FRO« LOCAL. ANJ 1C.08PCT FRUM FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1983-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED SY SOURCE 



.....,..,. p ER PUPIL EXPENDITURE 



IFA 

NFHTUN CITY 
SAI A^IFS 

F''?mYFF F3FNFFITS 
PURCHASFD SERVICES 
SUPPIT^S f. MATERIALS 
INSTRUCTION! EOUIP. 
DTHFR DRJFCTS 
TOTAL 
PFRCFNT OF TOTAL 



3. 373.543 

69?, 084 

99,855 

154. 337 

57,979 

'.'.7 

4.378.347 

66.0 



FEDERAL 


346 


094 


79 


5 19 


29 


516 


1 B6 


651 


6 


'•5 4 


18 


914 


6f>6 


848 


10.1 



TOTAL STATE FEDERAL LOCAL 



827.332 

177,176 

177.509 

347. 166 

6. 730 

45.744 

.581.657 

2 5.9 



i, 546. 969 1142.41 117.20 26 



.17 1,539.78 



9 4 B 


Ml 


2 3* 


37 


26 


93 


60 


3 


321 


3 3 


14 


3 


336 


380 


1 1 


81 


9 


93 


60 


1 1 


1 33 


75 


4 


6 


6^i9 


154 


52 


24 


(,-> 


21 


1 17 


5 6 


2'? 


03 


13 


4 


n 


363 


19 


63 


2 


25 


2 


•s 


3 4 


1 6 


1 


1 


65 


205 




19 


6 


41 


15 


49 


22 


3 9 


1 





6 2 6 


962 


1482 


67 


225 


93 


535 


61 


2.244 


1 1 


133 






11-51 



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 





1983-8* 


































UNIT 


FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


190 


ENROLL 


*21 


458 


404 


402 


418 


463 


478 


52* 


526 


588 


499 


377 


370 


25 


36 


5989 


190 


ADM 


416 


449 


396 


389 


416 


452 


46 7 


513 


516 


555 


489 


364 


361 


ZZ 


38 


58*3 


190 


ADA 


392 


*27 


378 


372 


398 


432 


4*6 


486 


486 


519 


465 


3*7 


3*0 


21 


35 


55** 


190 


ML0 


419 


452 


398 


386 


415 


450 


470 


512 


512 


525 


476 


357 


353 


2* 


*0 


5789 


190 


PROM 


38* 


414 


387 


381 


399 


**5 


460 


*81 


503 


420 


420 


334 


3*7 


11 


35 


5*21 


190 


N-P 
1984-85 


35 


38 


11 


5 


16 


5 


10 


31 


9 


105 


56 


23 


6 


13 


5 


368 


UNIT 


FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


THH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


190 


ENROLL 


425 


417 


423 


413 


401 


409 


460 


480 


493 


590 


459 


431 


376 


23 


39 


5839 


190 


ADM 


422 


414 


424 


411 


398 


407 


458 


478 


494 


583 


456 


*26 


374 


23 


39 


5807 


190 


ADA 


411 


402 


414 


401 


389 


399 


447 


463 


479 


563 


442 


*15 


365 


22 


35 


56*7 



1963-84 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



190 CHATHA 



PU3LIC SR. INST NC 
PUflLIC Sfl. OUT-STATE 
TCTAL 

PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OUTSTATE 
TCTAL 

CC'M COLLt TECH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TUTAL 

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

TRAOE. BUSINESS NC 
TRADE. BUSI OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

MIL ITARY 

EMPLOYMENT 

OTi.iRS •» 

CkANO TOTAL «• 



NUMBER 


PERCENT 


89 
4 
93 


25.7 

1.2 

26.9 


IS 
2 
17 


4.3 
.0.6 
4.9 


102 
I 

103 


29.5 
0.3 
29.8 


4 

2 
6 


1.2 

0.6 
1.7 


11 
3 
1* 


3.2 
0.9 
4.3 


21 


6.1 


as 


23.1 


12 


3.5 


346 


100.0 



11-52 



Chatham 



1984-85 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT 



SOURCE OF FUNDS 



RACE/ETHNIC ORIGI"> 



CI ASS IFICAT ION 



FEDERAL LCCAL 



FEMALE WHITE 



OFFICIAL .ADMS.,>T,RS. 
PRINCIPALS 

ASST PRI'lC. TEACHING 
1SST PS1NC.N0NTEACHING 
ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 
SECONDARY TEACHFRS 
TTHER TEACHFRS 
GUIDANCE 
PSYCHOLOGICAL 
I I (PARIAN. AUDIOVISUAL 
CONSULTANT. SUPERVISOR 
OTHER PROFESSIONAL 
TEACHER AIDES 
TECHNICIANS 
CLER ICAL .SECRETARIAL 
SFPVIC= «ORKFRS 
SKILLED CRAFTS 
I USURERS. UNSKILLED 
TiTAL 



28 131 



33 591 



VOCATIONAL TEACHFRS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE. 
?2.<<4?CT FROM LOCAL. AND 10.08PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1983-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE 



l FA 
CHATHAM COUNTY 
SALARIES 

EMPLOYEE BFNFFITS 
PURCHASED SFRVICES 
SUPPLIES t "STFRIALS 
INSTRUCTIONAL FOUIP. 
flTHFR OBJECTS 
TDTAL 
PFRf.F'JT DF TDTAL 



6.474.226 
1.337.221) 

188.929 

486.230 

199.348 

1.547 

8.687.479 

63. 5 



697. 919 

163.370 

29.349 

315.728 

19,289 

53.592 

1.279.248 



1. 458. 648 
303.668 
709.579 

1.019,096 
109.457 
111.719 

3.712. 167 
27. 1 







••*•*•• 


»*• PER 


PUPIL E 


(PENOITURE 


PERCENT 




TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


OF TOTAL 


8 


630.794 


1108.03 


119.45 


249.64 


1.477.12 


63.1 


1 


804,267 


228.86 


27.96 


51.97 


308.79 


13.2 




927,857 


32.33 


5.02 


121.44 


158.79 


6. 8 


1 


.821.024 


83.21 


54.04 


1 74 . 4 1 


311.66. 


13. 3 




328,094 


34.12 


3 .30 


18.73 


56.15 


2. <■ 




166,858 


.26 


9.17 


19.12 


28.55 


1.2 


I 3 


.678,894 
100. 


1486.81 


218.94 


635.31 


2.341.06 


100.0 



11-53 



CHEROKEE 

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

7 Elementary Schools 
3 Combined Schools 

8th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 





1983-84 


































UNIT 


FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TXH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


200 


EN»0LL 


266 


306 


305 


290 


310 


299 


3^0 


373 


362 


343 


288 


276 


264 


3 




3990 


200 


A0M 


246 


297 


290 


2 76 


304 


289 


292 


356 


346 


319 


271 


261 


257 


8 




3812 


200 


ADA 


226 


2 80 


277 


261 


288 


278 


279 


333 


328 


296 


252 


243 


238 


7 




35 36 


200 


MLO 


246 


299 


290 


279 


302 


293 


292 


351 


340 


307 


262 


2 50 


252 


7 




3 7 70 


200 


PROM 


235 


275 


269 


270 


295 


291 


289 


336 


330 


284 


233 


234 


243 


7 




3596 


200 


N-P 
1984-35 


11 


24 


21 


9 


7 


2 


3 


15 


10 


23 


24 


16 


9 






174 


UNIT 


FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


200 


ENROLL 


238 


270 


297 


284 


291 


305 


299 


305 


354 


345 


307 


248 


230 


10 




3783 


200 


ADM 


237 


267 


294 


281 


287 


304 


298 


305 


351 


345 


305 


244 


231 


10 




3759 


200 


ADA 


227 


261 


289 


275 


278 


295 


290 


295 


338 


330 


293 


236 


221 


10 




3638 



1963-64 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



2cc chesi'kee county 



PL'SLIC SB. INST NC 
PL:.LIC SR. OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

CC"M CTLL. TtCH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

TRAOE, BUSINESS NC 
TRAOEt DUSI OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

MIL UARY 

EMPLOYMENT 
OTHtRS «• 
GRA'IO TOTAL ••• 



NUMBER 


PERCENT 


52 


21.1 


10 


4.0 


62 


25.1 


14 


5.7 


4 


1.6 


18 


7.3 


56 


22.7 


10 


4.0 


66 


26.7 





0.0 


3 


1.2 


3 


1.2 


2 


0.8 


9 


3.6 


11 


4.5 


14 


5.7 


55 


22.3 


18 


7.3 


2*7 


100.0 



11-54 



Cherokee 

1984-65 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT SOURCE OF FUNDS SEX RACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 

CLASSIFICATION STATE FEDERAL LCCAL VIlCAT TOTAL MALE FEMALE WHITE BLACK OTHJF 

OFFICIAL. ADMS..MGRS. 5 1 17 3 4 6 1 

PRINCIPALS 10 10 10 10 

ASST PRINC. TEACHING 4 t, t, i, 

5SST PRINC.NONTEACHING 1 111 

'I «FM1<V TEACHERS 117 5 122 31 91 121 1 

SFCCjOARY TEACHERS 36 19 55 33 22 55 

OTHER TEACHERS 7 13 20 * 16 20 

oUIOANC 2 1 3 12 3 

PSYCHOLOGICAL I 111 

L I <R ARIAN. AUDIOV 1SUAL 6 6 6 6 

CONSULTANT. SUPER VISOR 

riTHFR PROFESSIONAL 2 2 2 2 

TEACHER AI0ES 49 4 1 54 54 53 1 

t 'CHNICI ANS 

CLEP ICAL .SECRETAR IAL 14 1 5 20 1 19 20 

SERVICE UO°KERS 54 54 12 42 54 

SMI L ED CRAFTS 5 3 8 8 8 

I AHORFRS.UNSKILI ED 

TOT\L 313 20 13 21 367 108 2 59 3 64 2 1 

* VUCiTMNAL TFACHFRS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXI M AT c LY 67.28PCT FROM STATE, 

22./.4PCT FROM L ICAL. AND 10.O8PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNDS. 

1933-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



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

STATE FEDERAL LOCAL 

5. 170,699 1103.35 146.27 106.86 1,356.48 65.3 

232.02 30.85 19.97 282.84 13.7 

6.71 9.42 68.43 93.56 4.0 

89.74 114.29 110.71 314.74 15.1 

20.12 4.37 3.21 27.70 1.3 

.78 5.56 6.97 13.31 .6 

7,923.699 1452.72 309.76 316.15 2.078.63 100.0 





FINAL 










1 ■ = 


l 1 " 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


CHF50K<=F COUNTY 


3.812 










SALARIES 




4. 205, 951 


557.590 


407.358 


5.170,899 


EMPLOYEE 8FNFFITS 




884.457 


117.601 


76,115 


1,076,173 


PURCHASED SFR VICES 




25.570 


32, 100 


260, 862 


318,532 


S'IRPLIFS E MATERIALS 




342. 374 


435.692 


422,010 


1,199,777 


INSTRUCT I nNAl EOUIP. 




76.690 


16.669 


12.233 


105,593 


OTHER OR.IECTS 




2.976 


21 , 187 


26.563 


50,725 


TOTAL 




5.537. 718 


1. 190.839 


1.205. 142 


7,923,699 


PFPCFNT OF TOTAL 




6 '. > 


1 - .-< 


I 5.2 


100.0 



11-55 



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 





1983-84 


































UNIT 


FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


210 


ENROLL 


195 


231 


168 


183 


216 


194 


180 


197 


179 


226 


198 


185 


154 


9 




2515 


210 


ADM 


191 


226 


163 


180 


212 


189 


176 


195 


171 


216 


180 


180 


148 


8 




2435 


210 


ADA 


181 


217 


156 


173 


204 


182 


170 


186 


162 


200 


167 


170 


138 


8 




2314 


210 


MLO 


187 


225 


162 


179 


216 


191 


177 


194 


170 


216 


170 


131 


143 


8 




2419 


210 


PROM 


184 


214 


151 


178 


199 


181 


166 


178 


152 


170 


155 


168 


141 


3 




2245 


210 


N-P 
1984-85 


3 


11 


11 


1 


17 


10 


11 


16 


18 


46 


15 


13 


2 






174 


UNIT 


FIRST MO 


K 


I 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


210 


ENROLL 


179 


183 


219 


158 


190 


204 


184 


179 


187 


200 


189 


163 


181 


9 


2 


2427 


210 


AOM 


179 


183 


218 


156 


188 


204 


183 


176 


186 


198 


187 


160 


179 


8 


2 


2407 


210 


ADA 


174 


179 


215 


153 


183 


199 


180 


170 


180 


190 


177 


151 


170 


8 


2 


2331 



1983-64 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



21C CHOWAN COUNTY 



TOTAL 
NUMBER PERCENT 



PUBLIC SR. INST NC 
PUBLIC SR. OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. O'JTSTATE 
TOTAL 

CC"'. COLL. TECH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

TRADE, BUSINESS NC 
TRADE. UUSI OJTSTATE 
TOTAL 

MIL ITARY 

EMPLOYMENT 

0THt=S •• 

GRAND TOTAL ••• 



5 


3.2 


2 


1.3 


7 


A. 5 


35. 


23. A 


1 


0.6 


37 


2A.D 


9 


$.8 





0.0 


9 


5.3 


6 


3. "9 


2 


1.3 


a 


5.2 


18 


U.7 


38 


2A.7 


1A 


9.1 


ISA 


100.0 



11-56 



Chowan 



1984-85 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



SCTTVITY ASSIGNMENT SOURCE OF FUNDS SEX RACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 



CLASSIFICATION STATE FEDERAL LOCAL 



OFFICIAL .AC«.,Mr,RS. 
PRINC IPAIS 
ASST PRINC, TEACHING 
5SST PRINT. NO\T c ACH[NG 

Fl=MFNTAriY TEACHFRS 
SECONDARY TEACHERS 
"THFR TEACHERS 
GUIDANCE 
PSYCHOL3GICAL 
L HRAR IAN. AUDIOVISUAL 
CONSULTANT. SUPER VISOR 
OTHCR PROFESSIONAL 
T C 1CH«=R AIOES 
t ='hn ici ViS 
CLEP (CAL .SECRETAR IAL 
SFIVICE WORKERS 
SKILL E.I CKAFTS 
I A90RERS. UNSKILLED 
TOTAL 



• VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY S7.23PCT FROM STATE, 
27.64PCT FhQM LOCAL. AND 10.08PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1983-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED RY SOURCE »..»*.»•«« PER PUPIL EXPENDITURE 

FINAL 

LEA AOM STATE FEDERAL LOCAL TOTAL STATE FEDERAL LOCAI 

CHOWAH COUNTY 2.435 

SALARIES 2,853.602 439.999 632. 485 3,926,086 1171.91 160.70 259.75 1,612.36 67.7 

"J|-vc: BFNEFITS 597,254 102,921 150,130 850,305 245.28 42.27 61.65 349.23 14.8 

PURCHASED SERVICES 51.463 20,578 162,395 234,426 21.13 8.45 66.69 96.27 4.0 

S'.PPLIFS t MATERIALS 165.337 192,994 290.527 638,858 67.90 75.15 119.31 262.36 11.0 

INSTRUCTtC'.AL FOIIIP. 55.163 31,582 8.330 95,075 22.65 12.97 3.42 39.04 1.6 

OTHFR 09.IFCTS 938 17.635 35,005 53,578 .39 7.24 14.38 22.01 .9 

TOTAl 3.723.756 795,709 1.278.962 5.798,328 1529.26 326.73 525.20 2.381.24 100.0 

PFOCFNT OF TOTAL 64.2 13.7 22.1 100.0 



11-57 



CLAY 

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

1 Elementary School 
1 Combined School 

8th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 





1983-8* 


































UNIT 


FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


220 


ENROLL 


96 


90 


77 


93 


103 


121 


94 


114 


114 


115 


104 


80 


79 


7 




1287 


220 


A0M 


91 


88 


7* 


90 


102 


115 


92 


111 


110 


106 


97 


73 


76 


7 




1232 


220 


ADA 


83 


83 


70 


85 


97 


109 


87 


106 


104 


100 


93 


67 


71 


6 




1161 


220 


MLD 


90 


87 


74 


88 


101 


112 


91 


115 


109 


101 


97 


69 


74 


7 




1215 


220 


PROM 


96 


87 


73 


87 


101 


112 


90 


111 


105 


94 


93 


66 


74 


7 




1185 


220 


N-P 
1984-85 


4 




I 


1 






1 


4 


4 


7 


4 


3 








29 


UNIT 


FIRST HO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


220 


ENROLL 


85 


85 


89 


75 


89 


99 


116 


87 


114 


113 


98 


92 


67 


4 




1213 


220 


ADM 


85 


85 


88 


74 


87 


97 


114 


88 


113 


113 


97 


92 


65 


4 




120 2 


220 


AOA 


82 


82 


86 


72 


84 


94 


HI 


85 


no 


108 


92 


87 


62 


4 




1159 



1 963-84 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 

1984 HIGH SCHOOL GRAOUATES INTENTIONS INCLUOING 1993 SUMMER SCHOOL 



220 CLAY COUNTY 



PUBLIC SR. INST NC 
PU?LIC SR. OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
PKIVATE SR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

CO'* COLL, TECH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PKIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TUTAL 

TRADE. OUSINESS NC 



MILITARY 
EM'LJYMENT 
OIHLRS •• 
GRAND TOTAL 



MALE 

WHITE 



FEMALE 
WHITE 



TOTAL 
NUMBER PERCENT 






0.0 


2 


2.7 


2 


2.7 


17 


23.3 





0.0 


17 


23.3 





0.0 


<. 


5.5 


A 


5.5 





0.0 





0.0 





0.0 


<l 


5.5 


23 


31.5 





0.0 


73 


100.0 



11-58 



Clay 



1964-85 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



\CTIVITY ASSIGNMENT 




SUURCE 


OF FUNDS 






SFX 


RACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 


Ct OSSIFICATION 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


VOC AT 


TOTAL 


MALE FEMALE 


WHITE BLACK OTHFR 



I FMCIAL . AD»S..MGRS. 
PrflNCIPM s 
:SST PRI-JC TEACHING 
ASST PRINC'IONTEACHINS 
FLFMENTARY TEACHERS 
SECONDARY TEACHFRS 
1THER TFACHFRS 
GUIDANCE 
PSYCHOLOGICAL 
I IIP ARIAN. AUDIOVISUAL 
CONSULTANT, SUPER VISOR 
OTHFR PROFESSIONAL 
TEACHFR AIDFS 
TECHNICIANS 
CLERICAL .SECRETAR IAL 
SF=VICE WORKERS 
SKILLED CRAFTS 
L A BORERS .UNSKILLED 
TOTU 



VOCATIONAL TEACHERS" SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXI M ATE L Y 67.28PCT FROM STATE, 
22.64°CT FROM LOCAL, »N0 1O.08PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1983-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE «.»»«.««»« per PUPIL EXPENDITURE •• 



i FA 


FINAL 
ADM 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


PERCENT 
OF TOTAL 


CLAY COUNTY 


1.23? 




















SAI ARIFS 




1.489. 664 


181.328 


133.256 


1,804,248 


1209.14 


147. 18 


108.16 


1,464.48 


65.3 


E'-ipi TYFF BFNFFITS 




338.689 


40.654 


24,949 


374,293 


250.56 


33.00 


20.2 5 


303.81 


1 3. 5 


PURCHASED SERVICES 




17.452 


110.643 


131.184 


259,279 


14.17 


89.81 


106.48 


210.46 


9.4 


SUPPLIFS L MATFRIALS 




131.586 


19.198 


65.261 


216,045 


106.81 


15.58 


52.97 


175.36 


7. 8 


INSTRUCTIONAL FOUIP. 




37.76'. 


6.465 


20.967 


65,196 


30.65 


5.25 


17.02 


52.92 


2. 4 


OTHFR nB.IECTS 




69 


B 


44.331 


44,407 


.06 


.01 


35.98 


36.05 


1.6 


TOTAL 




1,985. 224 


358.296 


419.948 


2,763,468 


1611.39 


290.83 


340.86 


2,243.08 


100.0 


PERCFNT OF TOTAL 




TLB 


13.0 


1 5.2 


100. 













11-59 



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 





1983-84 




























UNIT 


FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


U 


12 


230 


ENROLL 


640 


682 


632 


661 


681 


668 


684 


7 59 


797 


746 


709 


715 


609 


230 


ADM 


620 


664 


624 


655 


675 


653 


667 


749 


770 


729 


679 


680 


595 


230 


A0A 


501 


6 29 


592 


628 


645 


621 


633 


703 


711 


672 


628 


632 


556 


230 


MLO 


613 


657 


629 


656 


677 


655 


670 


748 


767 


722 


655 


664 


535 


230 


PROM 


60 7 


603 


608 


649 


666 


655 


667 


715 


713 


646 


597 


569 


550 


230 


N-P 
1984-85 


6 


54 


21 


7 


11 




3 


33 


54 


76 


58 


95 


35 


UNIT 


FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


230 


ENROLL 


627 


659 


625 


605 


663 


661 


659 


700 


761 


713 


715 


613 


645 


230 


ADM 


620 


656 


624 


601 


659 


659 


652 


698 


756 


707 


710 


609 


642 


230 


ADA 


598 


636 


611 


586 


646 


643 


635 


669 


714 


675 


673 


578 


613 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



20 


9003 


22 


8782 


20 


8251 


22 


8720 


22 


8267 




453 


XCP 


TOTAL 


19 


8665 


22 


8615 


21 


8298 



230 CLEVELANO COUNTY 



1 963-84 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



PU?LIC SR. INST NC 
PU5LIC SR. OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OJTSTATE 
TOTAL 

COXM CILLi TECH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

TR40E, BUSINESS NC 

TRADE. MUSI OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

MILITARY 

EMPLOYMENT 

OTHtRS •« 

GRAND TUTAL oo« 



16.1 
0.5 
16.6 



160 


29.6 





0.0 


160 


28.6 


3 


0.5 





0.0 


3 


0.5 


18 


3.2 


<• 


0.7 


22 


3. "3 


45 


8.0 


1*3 


25.5 


51 


9.1 


560 


100.0 



11-60 



Cleveland 



1964-85 Public School Personnel Summory 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMFNT 




SOURCE OF FUNDS 






SF< 


RACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 


f.L ASS IFICAT ITN 


STATE 


FEDERAL LOCAL 


VOCAT 


TOTAL 


MALE FEMALE 


WHITE BLACK OTHER 



r-FFICI AL ,ADMS..«GRS. 6 b 

PRINCIPALS 15 15 
ASST PRINC. TEACHING 

ASST PRINC. NONTEACHING 9 1 13 

CLEMFNTARY TEACHERS 183 3 9 203 

SECONDARY TEACHERS 68 16 28 112 

OTHER TEACHERS 65 8 25 12 113 

GUIDANCE 10 2 12 

3SYCH-135ICAL 2 2 

I I1RARTAN. AUDIOVISUAL 17 17 

ONSJLTANT. SUPERVISOR 4 3 1 8 

PTHER PROFESSIONAL 5 6 11 

TFACHER AIOES 102 27 7 2 138 

TFCHNIf.I ANS 2 5 7 

CLER ICAL .SECRETAR IAL 17 I 20 38 

SERVICE WORKERS 78 51 129 

SKILLED CRAFTS 13 II 24 
I AdORrRS. UNSKILLED 

TOTAL 597 99 131 42 839 



VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE. 
22.o4"CT FROM LOCAL. AND 10.08PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1960-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENOEO BY SOURCE .»••««••«« per PUPIL EXPENDITURE 

FINAL 

ISA AOM STATE FEDERAL LOCAL 

CLFVFLANO CO'fNTY 8.78? 

SAIAP1FS 9.619.887 946.247 1.517.031 

FMPinvcc hfuffits 2.039.830 227,000 341.908 

PURCHASED SFRVICES 206.595 41.137 675.036 

SUPPLIES t MATFRIALS 655.190 502.398 950.332 

INSTRUCTIONAL F3UIP. 306.766 65.806 63.586 

DTHFR OBJFC.TS 1.280 71.424 151.130 

TOTAl 12.799.548 1.854.003 3.699.024 

PFRCFNT flF mTAL 69.7 10.1 20.2 



11-61 















PERCENT 




TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


OF TOTAL 


12 


083.166 


1095.41 


107.75 


172.74 


1,375.90 


6 C . 3 


2 


578.738 


228.86 


25.85 


38.93 


293.64 


1 4. 1 




922,768 


23.52 


4.68 


76.87 


135.07 


5. 


2 


107,910 


74.61 


57.21 


108.21 


240.03 


11.5 




436.158 


34.93 


7.49 


r.24 


49.66 


2.4 




223.835 


. 15 


B.13 


17.21 


25.49 


1. 2 


16 


.352.575 

100.0 


1457.48 


211.11 


421.23 


2.089.79 


100.0 



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 





1983-8<t 


































UNIT 


FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


231 


ENROLL 


284 


3 50 


319 


339 


341 


348 


388 


376 


320 


347 


353 


311 


252 




13 


4341 


231 


ADM 


280 


342 


317 


331 


325 


337 


369 


364 


311 


321 


312 


2 87 


248 




16 


4160 


231 


ADA 


266 


3 26 


303 


320 


311 


322 


352 


346 


286 


293 


289 


272 


234 




14 


3934 


231 


MLO 


285 


3 46 


318 


330 


322 


343 


361 


362 


310 


319 


296 


275 


240 




19 




231 


PROM 


247 


305 


305 


321 


312 


3 42 


329 


3 46 


244 


271 


255 


255 


238 




18 


3788 


231 


N-P 
1934-85 


38 


41 


13 


9 


10 


1 


32 


16 


66 


43 


41 


20 


2 




1 


339 


UNIT 


FIRST NO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TKH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


231 


ENROLL 


332 


291 


321 


319 


339 


323 


361 


359 


399 


303 


331 


287 


263 




15 


4243 


231 


AOM 


327 


286 


316 


317 


337 


321 


358 


355 


396 


297 


316 


285 


260 




15 


4186 


231 


ADA 


319 


281 


309 


310 


329 


313 


347 


344 


379 


279 


304 


272 


253 




15 


4054 



1963-64 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



231 KINGS MTN CITY 



PUBLIC SR. INS* NC 
PUBLIC SR. (JUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

CCfM COLLt TECH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

TRADE, BUSINESS NC 
TRADE, BUSI OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

MILITARY 

EMPLOYMENT 
0THE7S e« 
GRAND TOTAL ••• 



NUMBER 


PERCENT 


38 


16.0 


5 


2.1 


43 


18.1 


15 


6.3 


1 


o.<. 


16 


6.7 


27 


11.3 





0.0 


27 


11.3 


10 


<..2 





0.0 


10 


*.2 





0.0 





0.0 





0.0 


5 


2.1 


129 


5<.. 2 


8 


?.<. 


238 


100.0 



11-62 



Kings Mountain 



1984-65 Public School Personnel Summery 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACT IV1TY ASSIGNMENT 




SOURCE OF FUNDS 






Sf K 


RACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 


CLASS IFICATICN 


STATE 


FEOERAL LOCAL 


VOC AT 


TOTAL 


MALE FEMALE 


WHITE BLACK OTHEfc 



I FEICIAL ,1C«S.,»GRS. 
PRINCIPALS 
ASST PRINC. TEACHING 
ASST °P!NC.NO.'.TEAr.H!NG 
ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 
SECONDARY TEACHERS 
fSTHFR TEACHE°S 
f. JIOANCE 
PSYCHOLOGICAL 
L IBRARIAN, AUDIOVISUAL 
CONSULTANT. SUPER VI SOP 
OTHFR PROFESSIONAL 
t?ACHFR AIDES 
TFCHNIC1 ANS 
Tl FRICAL. SECRETARIAL 
SERVICE WORKERS 
SKI1 LED CRAFTS 
I ASORERS .UNSKILLED 
TOTAL 



VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE. 
??.64RCT FROM LOCAL. AND 10.D6PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1963-64 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS FxPENDED BY SOURCE ..«•«•»•«• pep PUPIL EXPENDITURE 

FINAL 

|t» ADM STATF FEDERAL LOCAL TOTAL STATE FEOERAL LOCAL 

KTNC.S MTVI ri TY 4. 160 

SALAPIFS <.. 6? J. 1 1 637.537 1.382.349 6,343.696 1111. 49 153.25 260.18 1.524.92 68.7 

FMPIflYFF BFNFFITS 962.461 145.057 245.367 1,352,885 231.36 34.87 58.98 325.21 14.6 

PURCHASED SFRVICFS 129.945 42.881 302,476 475,333 31.24 10.31 72.71 114.26 5.2 

SUPPLIES t. MATFRIAIS 208. lip 214.609 501,212 924,776 50.23 51.59 120.48 222.30 10.0 

INSTRUCTIONAL EQUIP. 68.738 11,599 9,362 89,699 16.52 2.79 2.25 21.56 1.0 

OTHFR nB.IFCTS 395 17,089 24,979 42,464 .39 4.11 6.00 10.20 .5 

TOTAI 5.994.305 1,068,773 ',165.745 9,228,823 1440.93 256.92 520.60 2,218.45 100.0 

PFRCFNT OF THTAI 64.9 11.6 23.5 100.0 



11-63 



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 



1983-84 
UNIT FINAL 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



232 ENROLL 265 276 262 258 240 256 282 302 302 357 347 293 300 105 



232 ADM 

232 ADA 

232 MLO 

232 PROM 

232 N-P 



259 
244 
259 
250 
9 



277 
266 
232 
2 70 
12 



255 
244 
254 
244 

10 



255 
245 
257 
254 
3 



237 
228 
239 
234 
5 



250 
240 
249 
246 
3 



275 
263 
275 
275 



295 
281 
294 
290 
4 



295 
278 
291 
283 

8 



333 
296 
328 

288 
40 



320 
289 
315 
254 
61 



291 
259 
2 86 
251 
35 



233 
253 
274 
257 
17 



107 

95 

109 

109 



24 
20 
26 
26 



3868 
3756 
3501 
37 33 
3531 
2 07 



1984-85 
UNIT FIRST MO 

232 ENROLL 
232 ADM 
232 ADA 



1 



10 



11 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



269 268 278 244 259 250 248 281 299 328 317 302 279 99 23 3744 
266 267 274 245 258 247 248 278 297 323 311 296 271 93 23 3702 
257 259 269 237 252 241 242 271 289 297 295 277 256 92 20 3554 



23? SHELBY CITY 



1 983-64 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



NUMBER 


PERCENT 


9<> 


3T.5 


2 


0.8 


96 


38.2 


20 


8.0 


3 


1.2 


23 


9.2 


tl 


16.3 


8 


3.2 


<|9 


19.5 


6 


2.4 


3 


1.2 


9 


3.6 


5 


2.0 


1 


0.<! 


6 


2.4 


24 


9.6 


35 


13.9 


9 


3.6 


251 


100.0 



PU3LIC SR. INST NC 
PUBLIC SR. OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. QUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

CC '.* COLLt TECH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRI /ATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

TRAJE, BUSINESS NC 
TRADE, fcUSI OUTSTATE 
TU1AL 

military 
Employment 

OTHcRS •« 
GRANO TOTAL ••• 



11-64 



Shelby 



1964-65 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMFNT SOURCE OF FUNDS SEX RACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 

CLASS I F ICA T IO'I STATE FEDERAL LOCAL VOCAT TOTAL MALE FEMALE HHI IF BLACK OTHER 

OFFICIAL .ADMS..MGRS. 2 1 3 3 3 

PPINCIPAL5 7 7 5 2 5 2 

ASST PRINC. TEACHING 

ASST PRINC.NONTEACHING 4 1 5 5 3 J 

ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 64 11 75 5 70 59 16 

SECONDARY TEACHERS 63 7 20 90 44 46 81 9 

OTHFR TEACHERS 31 7 14 52 9 43 47 5 

GUIDANCE 4 I 5 2 3 3 2 

PSYCHOLOGICAL 1 111 

I IriPARlAN.A'JOlOV ISUAL 6 ? 8 8 5 3 

CONSULTANT. SUPERVISOR 1 2 14 13 4 

OTHER PROFESS IONAl 2 6 19 6 3 7 2 

TFACHFR AIDES 51 18 10 79 79 69 10 

TECHNICIANS 

CLERICAL .SECRETAR IAL 7 14 21 21 20 1 

SF°V!CF w nR<E»S 14 63 77 28 49 39 38 

SKRL c O CRAFTS 

I AROREKS ,UNSK ILLED 

TOTAL 254 28 13? 22 436 139 327 346 90 

• VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAI3 APPROX1 -ATE L Y &7.28PCT FROM STATE, 
22. 64?CT FROM LOCAL. AND 10.08PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNOS. 



1963-64 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 







AHOIINTS EXPENDED 


8Y SOURCE 










PUPIL EXP 


ENDITURE 




L F A 


FINAL 
ADM 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


STATE 


FEOERAL 


LOCAL 




TOTAL 


PERCENT 
OF TOTAL 


SHFI BY CITY 


3.756 






















SAI ARIFS 




4. 616, 785 


591,515 


1,221.599 


6.429,899 


1229.18 


157.49 


325.24 


1 


,711.91 


70.3 


FMPIOYFE RFNFFITS 




954.104 


126.039 


249,549 


1.329,692 


254.02 


33.56 


66.44 




354.02 


14.6 


PUROIASFn SFRVICES 




124.948 


40,327 


264,870 


430,146 


33.27 


10.74 


70.5 2 




114.53 


4. 7 


SUPPltFS I MATFRIALS 




191.455 


230,767 


409.258 


831,481 


50.97 


61.44 


108.96 




221.37 


<). 1 


INSTRUCTIONAL FOIIIP. 




55.950 


19,577 


6.462 


81,989 


14.90 


5.21 


1.72 




21.83 


.9 


OTHFR 01JFCTS 




523 




39.103 


39,626 


. 14 




10.41 




10.55 


•* 


TDTAl 




5.943. 765 


,008,226 


2.190.842 


9,142,833 


1582.48 


268.44 


583.29 


2 


434.21 


100.0 


PFDfFWT nr TOTAL 




65. 5 


11. 


24.0 


100.0 















11-65 



COLUMBUS 

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

10 Elementary Schools 
3 Secondary Schools 
5 Combined Schools 

4th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1983-84 
UNIT FINAL 



240 
240 
240 
240 
240 
240 



ENROLL 

AOM 

ADA 

MLD 

PROM 

N-P 



575 
554 
524 
555 
531 
24 



711 

690 
661 
690 
533 
107 



591 
575 
552 
56e 
541 
27 



636 
621 
599 
618 
590 
28 



604 
586 
565 
591 

584 

7 



670 
659 
638 
662 
629 
33 



710 
6°4 
670 
700 
630 
20 



675 
658 
630 
654 
617 
37 



8 

605 
584 
553 
576 
554 
22 



773 
729 

6ei 

697 
591 

106 



10 

633 
642 
598 
614 
525 
89 



11 

611 

591 
556 
582 
492 
90 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



465 
45 4 
425 
449 
423 
26 



46 
44 
40 
47 
36 
11 



19 
17 
lb 
17 



8374 
8098 
77 07 
8020 
7384 
6 36 



1984-85 
UNIT FIRST MO 



8 



11 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



240 ENROLL 
240 ADM 
240 ADA 



605 640 616 583 602 626 645 717 641 646 
602 635 614 580 595 620 642 708 634 629 
581 610 598 565 581 607 623 691 616 603 



678 


558 


557 


40 


14 


8168 


664 


549 


551 


37 


14 


8074 


633 


522 


526 


36 


13 


7305 



240 COLU-SUS COUNTY 



1983-84 High School Groduote Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



PUBLIC SR. INST NC 
PU3LIC SR. OUT-STATE 
TJTAL 



PRIVATE SR. I,gST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

CCMM COLL. TECH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TUTAL 

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

trade, business nc 
Trade, busi outstate 

TOTAL 
MIL ITARY 
EMPLOYMENT 
OTHlRS •• 
GRAND TOTAL »•• 



9 


2.1 


3 


.0.7 


12 


2.9 


165 


39.3 





0.0 


165 


39.3 


1 


0.2 


3 


0.7 


4 


1.0 


4 


1.0 


3 


0.7 


7 


1.7 


56 


13.3 


109 


26.0 


14 


3.3 


4 20 


100.0 



11-66 



Columbus 



1984-85 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIv! T Y ASSIGNMENT SOURCE OF FUNDS SEX RACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 

CL ASS IFICAT10N STATE FEDERAL LOCAL VOCAT TOTAL MALE FEMALE KHITE BLACK OTHE 

OFFICIAL .ADMS..MGRS. 4 3 6 13 9 4 11 2 

PRINCIPALS 16 16 15 1 12 * 

ASST PRINC. TEACHING 2 2 112 

ASST PRINC. •JONTEACHING 6 6 3 3 15 

FLtMFNTARY TEACHERS 200 203 20 180 143 5* 

SECONDARY TEACHERS 87 87 37 50 63 23 

"THER TEACHERS 39 61 13 47 160 46 114 10* 55 

GUIDANCE 6 6 15 5 1 

PSYCHOLOGICAL 1 111 

I IIRARIAN. AUDIOVISUAL 17 17 1 16 14 3 

CONSULTANT. SUPER VISOR 2 1 3 12 3 

'1THFR PROFESSIONAL 2 2 5 9 9*5 

TFACHER AIDES 95 10 4 109 2 107 61 40 

TECHNICIANS 2 2 2 11 

CLER ICAL .SFCRETAR 1AL 19 3 16 38 2 36 26 11 

SERVICE WORKERS 64 124 188 69 119 95 88 

SMLI FQ CRAFTS 

I ASOhERS.UNSK ILL ED 

TOTAL 560 80 170 47 857 210 647 546 ?9? I 



* VOCATIONAL TfJCHFRS' SAL^RIES ARE PAID APPROX I M ATFL V 67.28PCT FROM STATE. 
22. 64PCT FROM LOCAL, AND 10.08PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1983-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 







AMOUNTS EXPENOEO 


RY SOURCE 












PUPIL E 


<PENDITURE 






FINAL 




















PERCENT 


i EA 


ADM 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 




TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


OF TOTAL 


COt UMHUS COUNTY 


8. 093 






















SALARIES 




9.243.991 1 


.868. 790 


1.382.726 


12 


.495,507 


1141.52 


230.77 


170.75 


1.543.04 


66. 2 


FMPLOYFE RFNFFITS 




1.928.424 


431 ,193 


336.600 


2 


696,217 


2 38.14 


53.25 


41.57 


332.96 


14. ! 


PURCHASED SERVICES 




130.938 


67,093 


639,028 




837,058 


16.17 


g . ,'i 


78.91 


103.37 


4.*. 


SUPPLIES t. MATERIALS 




729,679 


633.627 


977, 174 


2 


340,481 


90.11 


78.24 


120.67 


289.02 


1 2 . 4 


!NSTR'jrnn>j4i EOUIP. 




204.597 


66,323 


28,113 




299,033 


25.27 


8.19 


1.47 


36.93 


1.6 


OTHF5 OBJECTS 




187 


79.980 


129,194 




209,361 


.02 


9.5 a 


15.95 


25.85 


1. 1 


TOTAL 




12.237.B15 3 


. 147,006 


3.492,636 


19 


877,657 


1511.23 


388.62 


431.32 


2.331.17 


100.0 


PFRCFNT OF TOTAL 




64.8 


16. 7 


18. 5 




100. 













11-67 



Whiteville 

Dr. Jerry D. Paschal, Supt. 

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

Whiteville, N. C. 28472 



3 Elementary Schools 
1 Secondary School 

4th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 





1983-8* 


































UNIT 


FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


* 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


2*1 


ENROLL 


203 


25* 


206 


206 


219 


192 


235 


232 


227 


275 


229 


216 


170 


8 


7 


2879 


2*1 


ADM 


19* 


2*7 


201 


200 


213 


180 


235 


226 


219 


251 


211 


207 


16* 


9 


7 


276* 


2*1 


ADA 


18* 


236 


193 


193 


207 


175 


225 


215 


208 


228 


196 


192 


155 


9 


6 


2622 


2*1 


HLO 


193 


2*8 


2 00 


202 


211 


177 


235 


223 


219 


2*1 


206 


202 


163 


9 


6 


2735 


2*1 


PROM 


187 


209 


199 


197 


208 


177 


21* 


208 


195 


179 


153 


17* 


153 


9 


6 


2*68 


2*1 


N-P 
198*-85 


6 


39 


1 


5 


3 




21 


15 


2* 


62 


53 


28 


10 






2 67 


UNIT 


FIRST HO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


* 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


2*1 


ENROLL 


211 


230 


210 


199 


19* 


206 


195 


223 


227 


235 


220 


180 


19* 


10 


5 


2739 


2*1 


AOH 


208 


229 


211 


197 


193 


205 


192 


222 


223 


232 


218 


176 


191 


9 


5 


2711 


2*1 


ADA 


200 


22* 


206 


193 


189 


200 


188 


215 


216 


220 


208 


167 


183 


7 


5 


2621 



1963-84 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



2<>l WHITEVILLE CITY 



PU2LIC SR. INST NC 
PU2LIC SR. OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. nuTSTATE 
TOTAL 

C0«1 CTLLi TECH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

TRADE. BUSINESS NC 
TRADE, BUSI OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

MILITARY 

EMPLOYMENT 

OTHERS •• 

GRAND TOTAL ••« 



1.2 
0.0 
1.2 

0.0 
0.0 
0.0 

9.2 

8.6 

2.5 

100. 



11-68 



Whiteville 



1964-65 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT 




SOURCE OF FUNDS 






SFI 


RACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 


CI ASS IFICATION 


STATE 


FEOERAL LOCAL 


VOCAT 


TOTAL 


MALE FEMALE 


WHITE BLACK OTHER 



OFFICIAL. ADMS..MGRS. 
PRINCIPALS 
ASST PRINC. TEACHING 
ASST PR INr.NONTEACHING 
c( CMENTARY TEACHERS 
SECONDARY TEACHERS 
MTHER TCACHFRS 
GUIDANCE 
PSYCHOLOGICAL 
L HRAR I AN. AUDIOVISUAL 
CONSULTANT. SUPERVISOR 
OTHFR PROFESSIONAL 
TFACHE3 AIDFS 
TFCHNICI AMS 
CI FRICAL .SECRETAR IAL 
SERVICE WORKERS 
SK ILL ED CRAFTS 
LABORERS .UNSKILLED 
TOTAL 



VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE. 
?2.>>4PCT FROM LOCAL. AND 10.08PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1963-64 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED RY SOURCE 



PER PUPIL EXPENDITURE 



I FA 
UMt TP VI I If r I TV 



31 I 



PIIRC.HJVSFD SERVICES 
SUPPLIFS L MJ1HI h\ 
INSTRUCTIONS! POlll' 

nniFR osjects 

TflTAI 
PERf.FNT OF TOTAL 



FINAl 




ADM 


STATE 


?. 764 






3.069. 036 




632. 544 




13 3. 6'. 3 




169. 470 




76. '51 




Oil 




4.051.995 



FEDERAL 


O' 


39' 


92 


567 


33 


297 


?25 


463 


14 


105 


33 


917 


*:*. 


541 



427. 134 


3.898,262 


1 1 13 


.36 


1*5 


47 


1 54 


53 


1,410.36 


66 





86.535 


811,646 


2 .". B 


35 


13 


»9 


31 


31 


293.65 


1 3 


7 


215.566 


352.506 


37 


50 


12 


55 


77 


99 


127.54 


6 





267.452 


662.385 


61 


31 


■11 


57 


96 


76 


239.64 


1 1 


2 


3.838 


94.393 


27 


59 


5 


1 3 


1 


39 


34.16 


1 


6 


51.252 


91,010 




14 


15 


04 


19 


54 


32.92 


1 


5 


051.777 


5,910.203 


1*65 


95 


291 


3D 


3 80 


52 


2,138.27 


100 





: '. J 


100.0 





















11-69 



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 



1983-84 
UNIT FINAL 



250 
250 
250 
250 
250 
250 



ENROLL 

ADM 

ADA 

MLD 

PROM 

N-P 



1174 1330 1209 1072 1081 1086 1116 1154 1029 1194 

1086 1237 1144 1022 1029 1036 1064 1037 969 1067 

1012 1169 1086 979 984 994 1009 1025 900 1004 

1080 1226 1127 1007 1009 1028 1045 1066 948 990 

947 965 998 980 985 880 784 

60 44 30 65 81 68 206 



1065 1015 1034 
15 211 93 



10 

992 
902 
857 
844 
684 
160 



11 

810 
746 
708 
7 08 
619 
89 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



680 
645 
617 
626 
582 
44 



98 

99 

90 

100 

100 



27 
30 
28 
33 
28 
5 



14052 
13163 
12462 
12837 
11666 
1171 



1984-85 
UNIT FIRST MO 

250 ENROLL 
250 AOM 
250 ADA 



1099 1319 1124 1099 1002 1013 1061- 1062 1065 1211 
1080 1304 1112 1089 993 1003 1046 1053 1055 1185 
1050 1262 1082 1062 972 977 1017 1019 1014 1133 



10 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



933 


784 


692 


59 


50 


13573 


921 


772 


680 


58 


49 


13405 


896 


750 


658 


54 


46 


12992 



1983-84 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



250 CRAVEN COUNTY 



PUBLIC SR. INST NC 

PUBLIC SR. OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OUTSTATE 
TuTAL 

C0-1M COLL. TECH NC 
C.C. TfCH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

TRADF, BUSINESS NC 
TP.AUEt I3USI OUTSTATE 
TUTAL 

MIL ITARY 

EMPLOYMENT 

OTllcRS o. 

GRANO TUTAL oo» 



150 

19 

169 



11 

3 


18J 
187 


29.* 

0.6 
30.1 


8 


3 


13 
1 
H 


2.1 

0.2 
2.3 


8 
1 
9 


12 

1 
13 


1 .9 
0.2 
2.1 


9 


67 


10.8 


<.5 


97 


15.6 


30 


54 


8.7 


21 


622 


100.0 



11-70 



Craven 



1964-85 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT 




SOURCE 


OF FUNDS 






SEX 


RACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 


CI ASS TFICATION 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


VOCAT 


TOTAL 


MALE FEMALE 


WHITE BLACK OTHe° 



OFFICIAL .A0MS..MGRS. 9 1 1 11? 

PRINCIPALS 19 19 

ASST P?INC. TEACHING 2 2 

1SST PRI NC.NONTFACHING 12 1 13 

FLEMFNTARY TEACHERS 354 19 373 

SECONDARY TFACHERS 123 2 125 

HTHFR TEACHERS 73 45 9 57 184 

GUIDANCE 15 1 16 

PSYCHOLOGICAL 4 4 

I I1RAP IAN, AUDIOVISUAL 21 21 

CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 2 1 3 

OTHER PROFESSIONAL 8 4 12 

TEACHER AIDES 194 9 9 212 

TECHNICIANS 4 4 

CLER ICAL .SECRETAR IAL 24 4 46 7<, 

SERVICE WORKERS 45 143 188 

SKILL FD CRAFTS 11 29 40 
I ABORERS .UNSKILLED 

TOTAL 916 63 264 59 1302 



VOCATIONAL TEACHFRS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE, 
72.64PCT FROM LOCAL, AND 10.08PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNOS. 



1963-64 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 







AMOUNTS EXPENDED 


RY SOURCE 












PUPIL EXPENDITURE 




1 F .1 


FINAL 
ADM 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 




TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


PERCENT 
OF TOTAL 


CRAVfN COUNTY 


13, 163 






















SAI ARI FS 




14,366.605 1 


.541 ,995 


3.008. 189 


18 


.916,789 


1091.44 


117.15 


228.53 


1,437.12 


66.2 


FMPIOYFF RFNFFITS 




2.980.584 


351 ,988 


627. 190 


3 


959,762 


226.44 


26.74 


47.65 


300.83 


1 5. 8 


PURCHASFO SERVICES 




210.113 


53.318 


1.159.186 


1 


,422,618 


15.96 


4 .05 


88.06 


108.07 


5.0 


SH3PI I=S I MATERIALS 




915.618 


834. 716 


1.973.613 


3 


723.947 


69.56 


63.41 


149.9 4 


282.91 . 


13. 


INSTRUCT1DNAI FOMIP. 




276. 170 


152,55? 


50,315 




479,037 


20.98 


11.59 


1.82 


36.39 


1.7 


OTHFR OBJECTS 




6.602 




82,689 




89,291 


.50 




6.26 


6.78 


. 3 


TOTAL 




18.755.f>92 2 


.934.570 


6.901.182 


28 


.591 .444 


1424.88 


222.94 


524.28 


2.172.10 


100. 


PFRCFNT OF TflTAL 




65.6 


10.3 


24.1 




100.0 













11-71 



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 





1933-84 


UNIT 


FINAL 


260 


ENROLL 


260 


AOM 


260 


ADA 


260 


MLD 


260 


PROM 


260 


N-P 




1984-85 


UNIT 


FIRST HO 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



260 ENROLL 2840 3177 2914 2878 2803 2857 2915 3186 3043 2827 2874 2381 2165 

2540 2370 2626 2680 2627 2660 2763 3025 2869 2668 2675 2247 2089 

2353 2704 2498 2561 2518 2542 2647 2871 2704 2500 2491 2098 1942 

2527 2371 2593 2664 2606 2640 2755 3012 2818 2629 2566 2179 2060 

2433 2649 2467 2543 2543 2588 2715 2356 2667 2441 2339 2075 2020 

89 222 126 121 58 52 40 156 151 188 227 104 40 



8 



10 



11 



260 ENROLL 2655 2846 2781 2588 2624 2594 2634 2927 3033 2828 2714 2337 2172 
260 ADM 2623 2809 2752 2563 2606 2573 2619 2904 3012 2802 2675 2362 2157 
260 ADA 2526 2724 2675 2502 2540 2515 2546 2819 2909 2689 2^48 2255 2043 



376 


37236 


383 


34722 


349 


32778 


417 


34337 


400 


32746 


17 


1591 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



368 35151 
358 34820 
335 33626 



1983-84 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



260 CUMBERLAND COUNTY 









; 


MERICAN 


BLACK 


MALE 
WHITE 


OTHER* 


TOTAL 


AMERICAN 


BLACK 


FEMALE 
WHITE 


OTHER* 


TOTAL 




TOTAL 






NUMBER 


PERCENT 










INDIAN 










INDIAN 
















PUSLIC 


SR. 


INST 


NC 


3 


65 


161 


3 


232 





102 


140 


9 


251 


483 


23 


5 


"UCLIC 


SR. 


OUT-STATE 


1 


11 


16 


1 


29 





4 


12 





16 


45 


2 


2 


TOTAL 








4 


76 


177 


* 


261 





106 


152 


9 


267 


528 


25 


7 


PRIVATE SR. 


INST 


NC 





a 


22 


3 


33 





14 


41 


<, 


59 


92 


4 


5 


PRIi/AT 


E SR. 


OUTSTATE 





1 


3 


1 


5 


1 


1 


6 





8 


13 


■0 


6 


TOTAL 











9 


2-> 


4 


38 


1 


15 


47 


4 


67 


105 


5 


1 


C3«M COLL. 


TECH 


NC 


A. 


42 


124 


8 


178 


8 


71 


167 


2 


248 


426 


20 


7 


C.t. T 


CH OUT-STATE 





2 


2 





4 





5 


7 





12 


16 





a 


TOTAL 








4 


44 


126 


a 


182 


8 


76 


174 


2 


260 


442 


21 


5 


PKIVAT 


: jr. 


COLL 


NC 


1 





19 


l 


28 




1 


12 


7 


21 


49 


2 


4 


PRIVAT 


E JR. 


OUTSTATE 





1 








1 




I 


1 





2 


3 





1 


TOTAL 








1 


9 


IB 


l 


29 




2 


13 


7 


23 


52 


2 


5 


TRADE. 


BUSINESS 


NC 





7 


a 





15 




16 


21 


1 


39 


54 


2 


6 


tra:>e. 


BUSI 


OUTSTATE 





3 


4 





7 




3 





1 


4 


11 





5 


TOTAL 











10 


12 





22 




19 


21 


2 


43 


65 


3 


2 


ML ITARY 






3 


109 


92 


11 


215 




31 


11 


3 


46 


261 


12 


7 


EMPLOY 


1ENT 






7 


63 


162 


7 


239 




60 


152 


10 


229 


468 


ZZ 


7 


OTHERS 


« 









31 


33 


3 


67 




28 


31 


10 


70 


137 


6 


7 


GRAND TOTAL 


»** 




19 


351 


645 


38 


1053 


20 


337 


601 


47 


1005 


2058 


100 






11-72 



Cumberland 



1964-65 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



activity assignment 




SOURCE OF FUNDS 






SEX 


RACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 


CLASS IFICATION 


STATE 


FEDERAL LOCAL 


VOCAT 


TOTAL 


MALE FEMALE 


WHITE SLACK OTHER 



990 


126 


365 


'11 


366 


155 


211 


2 76 


371 


71 


303 


ZB9 



HFF ICIAI .ACMS..MGRS. 12 1 4 

PKINCIPALS 53 1 

ASST PRI'IC. TEACHING 14 

ASST PRINC.NONTEAChING 24 13 

ELFMFNTSRY TfiCHE-tS 907 83 

secondary teachers 332 34 

[1tmfr teachers 149 77 1 14< 

guidance 49 17 id 76 21 5s 

psychological 5 11 7 3* 

1 ibrarian. audiovisual 53 6 59 59 

■"ll'iS'lLTANT. SUPERVISOR 9 3 3 15 6 9 

UTHER "SDFFSSIONAL I 15 16 2 14 

TEACHER AIDES 410 76 12 2 502 6 496 

TECHNICMNS 6 6 2 4 

CLER ICAL.SECRETAP 1AL 109 3 92 204 5 199 

SERVICE »ORKFRS 265 400 665 144 521 

SKIIL^D CRAFTS 31 67 98 98 

L AB03FRS. UNSKILLED 11 11 11 

T^T\L 2422 181 759 146 3508 746 2762 

* VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATEf 
22.64PCT FROM LOCAL. AND 10.08PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1963-64 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



1 = 5 
CUMBERLAND COUNTY 
SAI ARIFS 

FMPI 1YFF BFNFFITS 
PIIPChASFD SFRVICFS 
SUPPLtFS [ MATFRIALS 
INST o lir.TI0NAL EOU1P. 
OTHFR PBJFCTS 
TOTAL 
PFRCFNT (IF TOTAL 





AMOUNTS EXPENDED 


3Y SOURCE 










....... 


»•• PER 


PUPIL E 


XPENDITURE 


....... 


FINAL 
ADM 


STATE 


FEDERAL 




LOCAL 




TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


PFPCENT 
OF TOTAL 


4.72? 


























36.093.809 5 


.650.744 


8 


601.276 


53 


345,828 


1039.51 


162.74 


247.72 


1,449.97 


69. 6 




7.607.136 I 


246.369 


1 


851.436 


10 


705.441 


219.09 


35.91 


53.32 


305.32 


14.8 




894.492 


124.749 


2 


213.444 


3 


232.685 


25.76 


3. w 


63.75 


93.10 


4.5 




2.058.639 1 


.934. 090 


3 


320.836 


7 


3 13,564 


59.29 


55.70 


95.64 


210.63 


10. 1 




244.034 


149.872 




121.556 




515,463 


7 .33 


4.32 


3.50 


14.65 


.7 




3. 174 


79. 073 




163.139 




245.336 


.09 




4. 73 


7.07 


. 3 




46.901.233 9 


.185.397 


16 


271.686 


72 


358,317 


1350.77 


264.54 


468.63 


2,083.94 


100.0 




64. B 


12.7 




2 3.5 




100.0 













11-73 



Fayetteville 



Fletcher Womble, Supt. 
Hull Road, P. 0. Box 35326 
Fayetteville, N. C. 28303 

12 Elementary Schools 
3 Secondary Schools 
2 Combined Schools 

4th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 





1983-3* 












UNIT 


FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


261 


ENROLL 


643 


554 


521 


497 


538 


261 


ADM 


537 


513 


493 


468 


513 


261 


ADA 


549 


493 


470 


450 


495 


261 


MLO 


590 


5 09 


494 


460 


511 


261 


PROM 


437 


457 


472 


453 


509 


261 


N-P 
1984-85 


153 


52 


22 


7 


2 


UNIT 


FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


261 


ENROLL 


645 


510 


477 


508 


483 


261 


ADM 


632 


494 


470 


494 


474 


261 


ADA 


612 


481 


457 


481 


464 



5 34 
510 
531 
529 
2 



548 
522 
534 
521 
13 



612 642 994 

581 612 914 

552 580 842 

584 608 867 

571 591 703 

13 17 164 



510 534 544 593 1101 
500 523 537 580 1069 
490 504 521 559 1025 



10 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



859 


715 


660 


157 


192 


8730 


787 


650 


643 


153 


192 


8193 


725 


598 


588 


135 


172 


7681 


754 


628 


635 


151 


203 


80 59 


652 


592 


606 


151 


201 


7445 


102 


36 


29 




2 


614 



11 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



811 


650 


617 


137 


187 


S307 


790 


626 


600 


136 


138 


8113 


757 


594 


572 


126 


175 


7813 



261 FAYETTEVILLE CITY 



1983-84 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



PUPLIC SR. INST NC 
PU'JLIC SR. OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OJTSTATE 
TOTAL 

CCjMM COLL. TECH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

TRAOE. BUSINESS NC 
TRADE, BUSI OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

MIL ITARY 

EMPLOYMENT 

OTHERS •• 

CHANO TOTAL »•« 



107 

10 

117 



35.6 
<..3 
39.9 

11.4 

2.* 

13.8 

1<..6 

o.a 

15.3 

2.5 

0.2 
2.7 

1.4 

0.2 
1.6 

11 .<• 

15.2 

0.2 

100. 



11-74 



Fayetteville 



1964-65 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASS IGNM r NT SO'JRCF OF FUNDS S<=X RACt/ETHNK WIOIN 

CI ASS IFICATION STATE FEDERAL LOCAL VOCAT TOTAL HALE FEMALE WHITE BLACK OTH^R 

OFFICIAL. ADMS.. MORS. 2 14 7 5 2 6 1 

PRINCIPALS 16 1 17 12 5 8 9 

ASST PRINC, TEACHING 

1SST PRINC. NONTEAC«ING 7 3 10 6 4 5 5 

<=LE«FNTARY TEACHFRS 160 9 29 7 205 17 188 100 105 

SECONDARY TEACHERS 120 1 33 25 179 76 103 1 OS 69 ? 

OTHFR TEACHERS 50 29 14 7 100 11 89 51 48 I 

GUIDANCE 10 2 2 14 3 11 9 5 

PSYCHOLOGICAL 4 1 5 5 4 1 

L 1F>" ARIAN. AUDIOVISUAL 13 4 17 17 6 II 

CONSULTANT. SUPERVISOR 8 13 12 4 8 6 6 

OTHER PROFESSIONAL 17 B 1 7 7 1 

TFACHER MDES 118 7 10 1 136 5 131 51 84 1 

TECHNICIANS 111 1 

CLERICAL .SECRETAR IAL 17 1 46 64 64 49 14 1 

SERVICE WORKERS 54 142 196 64 132 44 152 

SKILLED CRA>=TS 

I AtTREPS, UNSKILLED 29 29 23 1 16 12 1 

Ti'AL 580 60 318 42 1003 ?33 767 470 524 6 

» VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.23PCT FROM STATEi 

22.64PCT FROM LOCAL. 1ND 10.O8PCT FP0" FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1960-64 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE .......... PER PUPIL EXPENDITURE 

FINAL 

L F1 AOM STATE FEDERAL LOCAL TOTAL STATE FEOERAL LOCAL 

=AYFTTFVILLF CITY 8.193 

SAIAR1FS 9.618,153 1.531.290 4.145.946 15.295.390 1173.95 186.90 506.04 1,866.89 

FMDinvFF RFNFFITS 1.901.490 239,198 1,067,566 3,258,255 232.09 35.30 130.30 397.69 

PIIRCHASFOSFRVICFS 315.264 39.495 803.135 1.162.B94 38.48 4.92 98.64 141.94 

SUPPI.IFS £. MATERIALS 420.342 517,445 982,254 1,920,041 51.31 63.16 119.89 234.36 

INSTRUCTIONAI EOtMP. 65.3?6 33.197 9.542 158,065 7.07 10.15 1.16 19.28 

OTHFR ORIFCTS 10.762 23,443 84.931 119,135 1.31 2.86 10.37 14.54 

TOTAL 12.331.318 2,484.068 7.098.375 21.913.730 1505.11 303.19 866.40 2.674.70 

PFRCFNT DF TOTA1 56.3 11.3 32.4 100.0 



11-75 



CURRITUCK 

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

5 Elementary Schools 
1 Secondary School 

1st Education District 




Pupil Accounting 





1933-84 




























UNIT 


FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


270 


ENROLL 


203 


216 


183 


184 


187 


187 


191 


262 


181 


217 


186 


160 


137 


270 


ADM 


179 


191 


163 


165 


166 


168 


171 


239 


160 


183 


167 


141 


127 


270 


AOA 


165 


180 


155 


158 


158 


160 


163 


224 


150 


169 


155 


132 


120 


270 


MLO 


174 


188 


163 


162 


164 


164 


167 


235 


159 


173 


156 


135 


124 


270 


PROM 


167 


161 


155 


150 


163 


148 


163 


188 


143 


136 


133 


122 


117 


270 


N-P 
1984-85 


7 


27 


8 


12 


1 


16 


4 


47 


16 


37 


23 


13 


7 


UNIT 


FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


270 


ENROLL 


204 


190 


165 


160 


146 


171 


156 


204 


196 


198 


155 


133 


157 


270 


ADM 


203 


189 


163 


159 


145 


169 


156 


203 


195 


195 


151 


128 


157 


270 


AOA 


196 


184 


160 


157 


143 


165 


153 


198 


190 


184 


144 


121 


148 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



2494 
2220 
2089 
2164 
1946 
218 



TMH EXCP TOTAL 

2235 
2213 

2143 



1 963-84 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



270 CURRITUCK COUNTY 









MALE 










FEMALE 








TOTAL 


* 


MERICAN 
INOIAN 


BLACK 


WHITE 


OTHER* 


TOTAL 


AMERICAN 
INDIAN 


BLACK 


WHITE 


OTHER* 


TOTAL 


NUM3ER 


PERCENT 


PU3LIC SR. INST NC 
PUBLIC SR. OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 












T 


T 







7 


7 







4 


4 


5 

5 







9 

9 


16 

16 


12.8 
0.0 
12.8 


PHVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OUTSTATE 
TUTAL 








4 

4 


2 
1 
3 







6 
I 

7 







6 

6 


3 

2 
5 







9 

2 
11 


15 
3 
18 


12.0 
2.4 
14.4 


COMM COLL. TECH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 








3 

3 


6 

6 







9 


9 







2 

2 


10 
2 
12 







12 
2 
14 


21 

2 

23 


16.8 
1.6 

18.4 


PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 








3 

3 


1 

I 








4 

4 












2 

2 







2 

2 


6 

6 


4.8 
0.0 
4.8 


TR\JE. BUSINESS NC 
TRADt. BUSI OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 







































3 

4 
7 







3 
4 

7 


3 

7 


2.4 
3.2 
5.6 


MILITARY 





2 


7 





9 





1 


2 





3 


12 


9.6 


EMPLOYMENT 





1 


IS 





19 





1 


13 





14 


33 


26.4 


OTHIRS •• 








4 





4 








6 





6 


10 


8.0 


GHAN1 TOTAL ••» 





13 


44 





59 





14 


52 





66 


125 


100.0 



11-76 



Currituck 



1964-85 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT SOURCE nF FUNDS SEX RACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 

Cl ASSIF1CATION STATE FEDERAL LOCAL VOCAT TOTAL MALE FEMALE WHITE BLACK OTHER 

nFFICIM .AD«S.,MGRS. 7 7 4 3 6 1 

PRINCIPALS 6 6 3 3 6 

ASST PRINC. TEACHING 

ASST PRINC, NONTEACHINS 1 11 1 

c l FMENTASY TFACHERS 61 7 12 80 * 76 73 7 

SECONDARY TEACHERS 47 1 3 15 66 30 36 60 h 

TTHFR TEACHERS 

GUIDANCE 3 3 2 13 

f SYCH.ILIGICAL 2 2 112 

L 1-iRA-J IAN.AU0IOVISUAL 5 1 6 6 6 

CONSULTANT. SUPERVISOR 1 1 11 

"THFR PROFESSIONAL 

TEACHER AIDES 3* I 12 2 49 1 48 40 1 

T FCHNICI ANS 

CLERICAL .SECRETAR IAL 11 1 12 12 9 3 

SERVICE WORKERS 13 3<> 52 11 41 34 17 1 

SKILLED CRAFTS 

L A10RERS. UNSKILLED 

THTAL 190 10 69 17 285 57 228 240 44 1 

• VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROX I MATELY 6 7. 28PCT FROM STATE, 
22.64PCT FROM LOCAL. AND 10.08PCT FROM FEOERAL FUNDS. 



1963-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE ...,..*„.. PER p UPU EXPENDITURE 

FINJI 

LF1 ADM STATE FEOERAL 

ut'iTur./c county z.zi'j 

* AI •"'" 2.532.348 332.526 

E^K.VfF «F':^:TS 522.613 76.642 

PURC.HASFO SFRVICFS 101.219 26.089 

SUPPLTFS '. MATERIALS 138.676 142.077 



INSTRUCT I P-'.AI FQllIP. 60,698 18.047 

OTHER 03JCCTS i, no 1,093 



T 1TJL 



3.356.659 596.478 



PERCE'lT OF TOTAL 62.8 



l : .2 



LOCAL 


TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


PERCENT 
OF TJTA 


632. 114 


3.496,988 


1140.70 


149.79 


284.74 


1.575.23 


65. 5 


139.70 7 


7 3 3,967 


235.41 


34.52 


62.93 


332.36 


1 3. 8 


234,001 


361,309 


45.59 


11.75 


105.41 


162.75 


6. 8 


359.251 


640.004 


62.47 


64.00 


161.32 


238.29 


12.0 


7.722 


86,467 


27.34 


8.13 


3.48 


38.95 


1. e- 


12.574 


14,772 


.50 


. -.9 


5.66 


6.65 


. 3 


385,370 


5,338,507 


1512.01 


268.68 


624.04 


2,404.73 


100.0 


26.0 


100.0 













11-77 



PARE 

Stephen G. Basnight, Jr., Supt, 
Croaton Avenue, Box 640 
Manteo, N. C. 27954 

3 Elementary Schools 
2 Secondary Schools 
1 Combined School 

1st Education District 




Pupil Accounting 





1993-84 


































UMT 


FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


T^H 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


2PO 


FNROLL 


170 


186 


155 


i6e 


174 


170 


182 


199 


217 


243 


199 


204 


169 






2441 
2267 
2122 
2281 
2112 
169 


280 


ADM 


160 


170 


143 


155 


16d 


162 


171 


187 


204 


218 


184 


186 


155 






2?0 


ADA 


148 


159 


135 


149 


159 


155 


164 


17b 


190 


202 


169 


171 


141 






210 


MLO 


159 


172 


149 


163 


165 


161 


172 


187 


204 


219 


181 


185 


161 


4 




2°0 
230 


PROM 
N-P 


159 


156 
16 


144 
4 


161 

2 


165 


161 


170 
2 


175 
12 


200 
4 


166 
53 


150 
31 


161 
24 


140 
21 


4 






1984-85 


































UNIT 


FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


280 


ENROLL 


192 


195 


172 


156 


169 


175 


180 


197 


194 


257 


211 


198 


174 


2 




2472 


280 


A DM 


189 


191 


172 


155 


169 


173 


178 


197 


193 


249 


204 


192 


168 


2 




2432 


280 


AOA 


178 


181 


163 


146 


161 


162 


169 


186 


182 


227 


189 


176 


153 


2 




2275 



1983-64 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



280 OAHE COUNTY 



PUPLIC SR. INST NC 
PUBLIC SR. OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OJTSTATE 
TOTAL 

COMM COLLt TECH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

TRAUE, BUSINESS NC 
TRAOt, 8USI OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

MILITARY 

EMPLOYMENT 
OTHtRS «» 
GRAND TOTAL <■•. 





TOTAL 


NUMBER 


PERCENT 


36 


23.1 


4 


2.6 


<>0 


25.6 


t 


5.3 


2 


.1.3 


11 


7.1 



0.0 

0.0 
0.0 

7.1 

35.3 

10.3 

100.0 



11-78 



Dare 



1984-85 Public School Personnel Summery 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT SOURCE OF FUNOS SEX RACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 

Ct ASS IFICATION STATE FEDERAL LCCAL VOCAT TOTAL MALE FEMALE WHITE BLACK OTME 



OFFICIAL. ADMS..-GRS. 

PS1NCIPALS 

ASST PRINC. TEACHING 

JSST OnlNC.NO.NTEACHING 

fl emfntary teache°s 
secondary teachers 

r.THFR TEACHERS 
GUID4MCE 
PSYCHOLTGICAL 
L I =\f ARIA N, AUDIOVISUAL 
CONSULTANT. SUPER VISOR 
HTHFR PROFFSSIONAL 
TFACHEP AIf.ES 
TFCHNICI HNS 
CLERICAL .SECRETAP |AL 
SFRVICF WORKERS 
SKIL1 ED CRAFTS 
I ABrRFRS .UNSKILLED 
TOTAL 



VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE, 
22.6i.PCT FROM LOCAL. AND 1O.08PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNOS. 



1983-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPFNOED BY SOURCE .......... PER PUPIL EXPENDITURE 



LFA 


FINAL 
ADM 




STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


PERCENT 
OF TOTAL 


DAP.F COUNTY 


2.267 






















SAI S3 ! CS 




2 


399.689 


18! .489 


919.613 


3,500,790 


1058.53 


80.06 


405.65 


1,544.24 


66.4 


FMPLOYFF BENEFITS 






486. 735 


38.207 


203.732 


728,67* 


214.70 


16.85 


89.87 


321.42 


13.8 


PURCHASED SERVICES 






41.463 


3.852 


218.036 


263,351 


18.29 


1.70 


96.18 


116.17 


5.0 


SUP PI IFS £ MATERIALS 






160. 762 


92.349 


408.473 


662,083 


70.91 


40.96 


180.18 


292.05 


I 3. 6 


INSTRIir.TIONAI EQUIP. 






72.803 


10.903 


13.585 


97,291 


32.11 


4.3 1 


5.99 


42.91 


1. 8 


OTHFR OR.IFCTS 






19 


522 


19.202 


19,762 


.02 


.23 


8.*7 


3.7 2 


. 4 


TOTAL 




3 


161.490 


327,820 


1.782. 641 


5.271,951 


1394.56 


144.61 


786.34 


2,325.51 


100.0 


PFRCFNT OF TOTAL 






60 . ] 


6.2 


33. a 


100. 













11-79 



DAVIDSON 

Dr. E. Lawson Brown 

County School Rd. , P. 0. Box 1229 

Lexington, N. C. 27292 

17 Elementary Schools 
7 Secondary Schools 
2 Combined Schools 

5th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1983-84 
UNIT FINAL 



11 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



290 ENROLL 1070 1165 1030 1092 1187 1249 1305 1566 1452 1516 1392 1269 1124 



95 



79 16591 



290 ADM 1047 1136 1012 1082 1163 1236 1281 1540 1421 1427 1300 1187 1099 92 79 16102 

290 ADA 976 1070 960 1032 1107 1177 1217 1447 1327 1339 1226 1117 1030 82 75 15182 

2^0 MLO 10<»7 1122 1019 1033 1169 1243 1230 1540 1408 1383 1257 1139 1101 91 86 15968 

290 PROM 1011 1056 973 1045 1153 1231 1232 14 74 1347 1273 1201 1087 1068 91 59 15301 

290 N-P 36 66 46 38 16 12 48 66 61 110 56 52 33 27 667 



1984-85 
UNIT FIRST HO 



8 



10 



11 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



290 ENROLL 1079 1132 1133 1026 1097 1184 1283 1320 1543 1491 1323 1228 1107 83 83 16112 
290 ADM 1068 1127 1126 1022 1091 1181 1277 1315 1537 1466 1309 1220 1102 82 82 16005 
290 ADA 1033 1096 1099 996 1060 1148 1238 1263 1478 1407 1274 1178 1074 77 77 15503 



1963-64 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



290 DAVIDSON COUNTY 



NUM9ER 


PERCENT 


199 

5 

203 


1S.0 
0.5 
1B.<. 


53 

8 
61 


t.8 

0.7 
5.5 


325 

3 
323 


29.5 
0.3 
29.0 


6 

6 


0.5 
0.0 
0.5 


36 
3 
<il 


3.5 
0.3 
3.7 


<>9 


<>.5 


376 


3<..2 


37 


3.<i 


1101 


100.0 



PUPLIC SR. INST NC 

PU9LIC SR. OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OJTSTATE 
TOTAL 

CC'IM COLLt TECH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. CUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

TRAJE, BUSINESS NC 
TKAOEt HUSI OUTSTATE 
TUTAL 

MIL ITARY 

EMPLOYMENT 

OTi'LRS •• 

GRAND TOTAL •«• 



100 

5 

105 



131 
1 






1*2 

1 


13) 





143 



179 

2 

181 



183 

2 
105 



11-80 



Davidson 



1964-65 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT 




SOURCE OF FUNDS 






SE< 


RACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 


CI ASS IFICATION 


STATE 


FEDERAL LCCAL 


VPCAT 


TOTAL 


MALE FEMALE 


WHITE BLACK OTHFR 



OFFICIAL. ADMS..MGRS. 4 4 4 4 

PRINCIPALS 26 26 23 3 26 

ASST PRINC. TEACHING 9 9 6 3 9 

ASST PRINCNONTEACHING 16 16 13 3 15 

FLFMENTARY TEACHERS 345 21 24 18 40R 45 363 401 

SECONDARY TEACHERS 200 10 44 254 115 139 250 

IITHER TEACHERS 72 10 7 89 5 84 82 

r.UIDANCE 24 24 8 16 24 

"SYCHflLOGICAL 2 1 3 12 3 

L IRRAP IAN. AUDIOVISUAL 22 4 26 1 25 26 

CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 9 9 4 5 9 

OTHFR PROFESSIONAL 14 1 2 17 3 14 17 

TEACHER AIDES 175 18 32 3 228 228 224 

TFCHNICIA\'S 1 1 2 2 2 

CLERICAL, SECRETAR IAL 35 1 16 1 53 2 51 52 

SERVICE WORKERS 53 122 175 24 151 171 

SKILLED CRAFTS 14 22 36 35 1 36 

I ARORERS .UNSKILLEO 

TOTAL 1021 52 243 66 1379 291 1088 1351 

• VOCATIONAL TEACHFRS' SALARIFS ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE. 
22.64PC.T FROM LOCAL. AND 10.08PCT FRO* FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1963-64 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 







AMOUNTS EXPENDED 


BY SOURCE 








....... 


••• PER 


PUPIL EXPENDITURE 




l = 3 


FINAL 
ADM 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 




TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


PERCENT 
OF TOTAL 


DAVIDSON COUNTY 


6.102 






















SALARIFS 




16.908.876 


1. 173.629 


2.689. 115 


?0 


771.620 


1050.11 


72.89 


167.01 


1.290.01 


68.4 


FMOI DYFE RFNFFITS 




3.526.816 


266.488 


570.359 


4 


363.663 


219.03 


16.55 


35.42 


271.00 


14.4 


PURCHASED SFRVICFS 




513. 782 


R9.062- 


560.649 


1 


163,493 


31.91 


5.53 


34.82 


72.26 


3.B 


SlIPPI IFS T. MATFRIALS 




931.838 


625.434 


1.839.507 


3 


396.779 


57.87 


38.84 


114.24 


210.95 


11.2 


INSTRUCTIONAL EOIIIP. 




246.436 


91,308 


18.812 




356,606 


15.31 


5.67 


1 .17 


22.15 


1.2 


OTHER HR.lEr.TS 




2,022 


73,476 


231.979 




307,477 


.13 


4.56 


14.41 


19.10 


1.0 


TOTAL 




22.129,820 


2.319.397 


5.910.419 


30 


359.637 


1374.36 


144.04 


367.07 


1,885.47 


100.0 


PFQCFNT OF TOTAL 




17. > 


7.6 


19.5 




100.0 













11-81 



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 



UNIT 


1983-8* 
FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


291 
291 


ENROLL 
AOM 


253 
238 


256 

248 


247 
240 


259 
241 


278 
271 


281 
276 


296 

289 


318 

306 


237 
283 


354 
322 


270 
255 


210 
196 


173 
169 




60 
57 


3542 
3391 


291 


A0A 


221 


232 


231 


231 


258 


261 


273 


235 


265 


300 


241 


134 


159 




49 


3190 


291 


MLO 


238 


250 


239 


241 


268 


278 


289 


302 


284 


301 


244 


137 


166 




59 


3346 


291 


PROM 


211 


227 


219 


227 


256 


275 


208 


286 


276 


271 


233 


133 


166 




50 


3156 


291 


N-P 


27 


23 


20 


14 


12 


3 


21 


16 


8 


30 


11 


4 






1 


190 


UNIT 


1984-85 
FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


THH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


291 
291 
291 


ENROLL 

AOM 

ADA 


253 

250 
240 


244 
239 
231 


237 
233 
226 


236 

234 
229 


225 

2 26 
218 


264 
263 
255 


304 
303 
290 


294 

289 
278 


288 
286 
271 


309 
301 
287 


270 
262 
253 


251 
247 
236 


187 
185 
177 




55 
55 
52 


3417 

3373 
3243 



1 983-64 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



291 LEXINSTCN CITY 



NUMBER 


PERCENT 


37 


21. A 





0.0 


37 


21.* 


<? 


5.2 


1 


0.6 


10 


5.B 


<>2 


2<t.3 





0.0 


>>l 


2<i.3 


2 


1.2 





0.0 


2 


1.2 


3 


1.7 


1 


0.6 


* 


2.3 


20 


11.6 


35 


20.2 


23 


13.3 


173 


100.0 



PU"LIC SR. INST NC 
PUBLIC SR. OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

CGMM CClLLt TECH NC 
C.C. TFCH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

TRAUEt BUSINESS NC 
TKAOE. 3USI OUTSTATE 
TUTAL 

MIL 1TARY 

EMPLOYMENT 

OTHCRS •• 

C-RA'iJ TiJTAL ••• 



11-82 



Lexington 



1984-65 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACT IVITV ASS IGNMENT 



SOURCE OF FUNDS 



RACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 



CI "SS IF ICATION 



STATE FEDERAL LOCAL 



FEMALE WHITE 



OFFICIAL .AOMS..MGRS. 
P.UNC IPALS 
ASST PR INC. TEACHING 
ASST PRINC.NONTEACHING 
ELFMENTARY TEACHERS 
SFCUNOARY TEACHFRS 
OTHER TFACHERS 
GUIDANCE 
PSYCHOI nGICAL 
L I 3RAR IAN, AUDIOVISUAL 
CONSULTANT. SUPER VI SCR 
OTHER PROFESSIONAL 
T EACHER AIDES 
TECHNICIANS 
CLERICAL. SECRETARIAL 
SFRVICE WORKERS 
SKILLED CRAFTS 
I ABURERS. UNSKILLED 
TO T AL 



VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.23PCT FROM STATE, 
22.64RCT FROM LOCAL. AND 10.08PCT FROM FEDFRAL FUNDS. 



19S3-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUMTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE 



.... p ER Pu p IL EXPENDITURE 



i F .1 
LEXINGTON CITY 
SAl ART FS 

FMPIOYFE F1FNEFITS 
PURCHASED SERVICES 
SI1PPLIFS I MATERIALS 
INSTRUCT! DNAI. FOllTP. 
DTHCR 08JFCTS 
TOTAI 
PFBCFNT DF TOTAL 



FINAL 




AOM 


STATE 


1.391 






3. 759. OR* 




773.903 




6 7.0'.3 




205.228 




34.993 




603 




4.840. 855 




62.9 



FEDERAL 


♦ 62 


1 1 1 


10* 


062 


6 


.961 


168 


018 


1* 


527 


15 


364 


771 


909 


i o.a 



PERCENT 
TOTAL STATE FEDERAL LOCAL TOTAL OF TOTAL 



030.978 


5 


.253 


039 


1 101 


55 


1 36 


53 


304 


3 


1,549 


1 1 


68 


2 


227.325 


1 


1 05 


290 


2?8 


22 


30 


69 


67 


04 


325 


95 


14 


3 


364.289 




438 


292 


19 


77 


2 


05 


107 


43 


129 


25 


5 


7 


381,814 




7 55 


060 


60 


52 


49 


55 


1 12 


50 


222 


67 


9 


8 


47.647 




97 


158 


10 


3? 


5 


28 


14 


5 


2 3 


65 


1 


3 


34,557 




50 


52* 




18 


4 


53 


10 


1 9 


14 


90 




7 


086.609 


7 


699 


i r? 


1427 


56 


2 27 


6 3 


615 


34 


2.270 


53 


100. 





27.1 




1 


0.0 























11-83 



Thomasville 

Ronald B. Singletary, Supt. 
400 Turner St., P. 0. Box 548 
Thomasville, N. C. 27360 

4 Elementary Schools 
1 Secondary School 

5th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 





1983-84 


































UNIT 


FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


292 


FNROLL 


186 


217 


200 


188 


205 


192 


210 


232 


257 


236 


203 


192 


179 




37 


2734 


292 


ADM 


183 


210 


191 


181 


205 


190 


201 


228 


247 


217 


193 


180 


176 




36 


2638 


292 


AOA 


169 


198 


182 


174 


195 


180 


191 


214 


231 


201 


183 


167 


167 




35 


2487 


292 


MLD 


186 


214 


194 


184 


20 4 


187 


199 


225 


238 


201 


186 


174 


174 




35 


2601 


292 


PROM 


181 


190 


187 


173 


197 


184 


186 


213 


22 7 


167 


165 


161 


172 




35 


2438 


292 


N-P 
1984-85 


5 


24 


7 


11 


7 


3 


13 


12 


11 


34 


21 


13 


2 






163 


UNIT 


FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


292 


ENROLL 


203 


193 


184 


210 


177 


185 


199 


203 


228 


257 


196 


182 


169 




35 


2621 


292 


ADM 


203 


191 


182 


206 


173 


184 


198 


200 


225 


252 


195 


182 


169 




33 


2594 


292 


AOA 


197 


187 


177 


201 


170 


179 


192 


196 


216 


241 


187 


175 


160 




32 


2510 



1963-84 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



292 THOMASVILLE CITY 



PULLIC SR. INST NC 
PU3LIC SR. OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OuTSTATE 
TUTAL 

C0«H COLLt TECH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

TPAUE, BUSINESS NC 
TRADE, BUSI OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

MILITARY 

EMPLOYMENT 

OTHERS • • 

CPANO TOTAL ••« 



NUMeER 


PERCENT 


36 


20.3 





0.0 


36 


20.8 


!<. 


9.1 


4 


.2.3 


IS 


10. <i 


22 


12.7 


I 


0.6 


23 


13.3 





0.0 





0.0 





0.0 





0.0 





0.0 





0.0 


21 


12.1 


55 


31.8 



11-84 



Thomasville 



1964-85 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT SOURCE OF FUNOS SEX RACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 

CLASSIFICATION STATE FEDERAL LOCAL VOC AT TUTAL MALE FEMALE WHITE BLACK OTHE 

n FFIC IAL .ADMS..MGRS. 2 2 112 

PRINCIPALS 5 5 5*1 

ASST PRINC. TEACHING 

ASST PRINC.N0NTEACH1NG 2 1 3 3 3 

ELEMFNTA5Y TEACHERS 61 7 2 70 10 60 61 9 

SFCONOARY TF^CHERS 26 2 13 41 I* 27 36 5 

OTHER TEACHERS I * 13 2 29 6 23 23 1 

GUIDANCE 2 11*13 3 1 

PSYCHOL J3ICAL 1 111 

L IRRAR IAN. AUDIOVISUAL 6 6 6*2 

CONSULT ANT, SUPER VI SCR 

OTHFR =>RTFFSSIONAL 111 3 33 

TEACHER AIDES 32 * 36 1 35 30 6 

T ECHNICIANS 

CLERICAL .SECRETARIAL 8 6 1* 1* 13 1 

SERVICE WORKERS 18 31 49 9 *0 40 9 

SKILLED CRAFTS 

I AiORFRS.UNSK ILL EO 

TOTAL 178 I* 55 16 263 50 213 228 35 

• VOCATIONAL TEACHF°S* SALARIES ARE PAID APPRCXI M ATE L Y 67.28PCT FRO" STATE. 
??.h*PCT FROM LllCAL. AND 10.08PCT FP.O u FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1980-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



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

TOTAL STATE FEDERAL LOCAl 



4.189.585 1181. *0 132.66 274.11 1,588.17 70.7 

875,695 243.86 30.70 57.40 331.96 14.8 

169,503 13.16 5.55 45.54 64.25 2.9 

642.311 58.16 54.68 130.64 243.48 10.8 

25,822 3.32 5.91 .56 9.79 .4 

22,449 .04 .15 8.31 8.50 .4 

5,925,365 1499.94 229.65 516.56 2,246.15 100.0 

100.0 





FINAL 






IFA 


ADM 




STATE 


THO-JSVULE CITY 


2.633 






SAL4S IFS 




3 


116.531 


EMPi OYEF BFN6FITS 






643. 299 


PURCHASFn SFRV[C C S 






34.720 


S1IPPI !<=S t MATERIALS 






153.435 


1 NSTSIirTtriNAL FOIIIP. 






8.770 


nrncs iBjFCTS 






11 5 


TOTAL 




3 


956.870 


PFRCFNT OF TOTAL 






66. 1 



FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


349,958 


723.096 


80.982 


151.414 


14.652 


120, 130 


144.256 


344.620 


15.585 


1.467 


405 


21.929 


605.839 


1.362.656 


10.2 


23.0 



11-85 



DAVIE 

Jack S. Ward, Supt. 
220 Cherry Street 
Mocksville, N. C. 27028 

6 Elementary Schools 

1 Secondary School 

2 Combined Schools 

7th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



UNIT 


1983-84 
FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


300 




330 


375 


346 


344 


332 


387 


377 


456 


462 


435 


384 


349 


312 


15 


17 


4921 


AOM 


325 


367 


337 


334 


325 


382 


370 


448 


452 


428 


366 


332 


309 


16 


19 


48 10 






306 


349 


321 


320 


313 


364 


354 


417 


416 


398 


345 


312 


289 


15 


16 


4535 




MLO 


329 


367 


339 


334 


333 


385 


372 


448 


447 


426 


355 


318 


305 


17 


19 


4794 


300 


PROM 


325 


329 


333 


330 


333 


3 80 


367 


418 


411 


380 


292 


288 


296 


17 


17 


4516 


300 


N-P 
1984-85 


4 


38 


6 


4 




5 


5 


30 


36 


46 


63 


30 


9 




2 


278 


UNIT 


FIRST MO 


K 


I 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TKH 


EXCP 


TCTit 


300 


ENROLL 


314 


369 


350 


354 


340 


345 


391 


396 


443 


441 


421 


337 


306 


19 


17 


4843 


300 


AOM 


310 


369 


347 


351 


337 


342 


339 


394 


44 


441 


419 


335 


307 


19 


17 


4817 


300 


AOA 


301 


360 


340 


343 


329 


334 


330 


379 


417 


424 


402 


318 


293 


19 


16 


4655 



1980-64 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



300 DAVIE COUNTY 



PUBLIC SR. INST NC 
PUi<LIC SR. OUT-STATE 
TUTAL 

PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OuTSTATE 
TOTAL 

CCM COLL. TECH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TUTAL 

TRAOE. EUSINESS NC 
TKAjE. BUSI OUTSTATE 
TOUL 

MILITARY 

EMPLOYMENT 
OTHER:, i> 
GRAND TOTAL •«• 



NUMBER 


PERCENT 


76 


25.0 


1 


0.3 


77 


25.3 


15 


4.9 


1 


0.3 


16 


5.3 



0.7 
0.3 
1.0 

2.6 
2.0 
4.6 

3.6 

34. 9 



11-86 



Davie 



1984-85 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT SOURCE OF FUNDS SEX RACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 

CLASSIFICATION STATE FEDERAL LfXAL VOCAT TOTAL MALE FEMALE WHITE BLACK OTHER 

OFFICIAL .AD"S.,mgrs. 5 117 5 2 7 

PRINCIPALS 9 9 8 18 1 

ASST PRINC. TEACHING 

ASST PRINCNONTEACHING 4 4 4 4 

ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 100 6 4 110 4 106 100 10 

SECONDARY TEACHERS 95 4 1 22 122 49 73 115 7 

OTHER TEACHERS 

CUIOANCE 4 13 8 4 4 8 

psychological 2 z z z 

L I8RAKIAN, AUDIOVISUAL 10 10 1 9 10 

CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR I 111 

OTHER PROFESSIONAL 4 4 2 10 2 8 10 

TEACHER AICES 66 20 6 4 96 1 95 87 8 1 

TECHNICIANS 1 11 I 

CLEF ICAL. SECRETARIAL 11 16 27 27 25 2 

SFRVICE WORKERS 28 56 84 20 64 61 21 1 

SKILLED CRAFTS 5 5 10 10 10 

I ABPKERS .UNSKILLED 1 ? 3 3 3 

T^TAL 344 36 97 27 504 112 392 452 50 ? 

* VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE, 

22.64PCT FROM LOCAL. AND 10.08PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1983-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENOED BY SOURCE .......... PER PUPIL EXPENDITURE 



LFA 


F INAL 




STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


PERCENT 
OF TOTAL 


DAVIF COUNTY 


4.810 






















SAI ARTFS 




5 


179.755 


446.438 


999.012 


6.625,204 


1076.87 


92.81 


207.69 


1.377.37 


67.7 


EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 




1 


096.216 


109,719 


265.206 


1 ,460,140 


225.82 


22.60 


55.14 


303.56 


15.0 


PilRCHASEO SERVICES 






187, 348 


12.599 


283.318 


483,265 


38.95 


2.62 


58.90 


100.47 


4. 9 


SIIPPLIFS C MATFRIALS 






238.601 


106.307 


596.848 


991,756 


60.00 


22.10 


124.08 


206.13 


10. 1 


INSTRUCTIONAL EOUIP. 






83,017 


33.576 


25.676 


142.270 


17.26 


6.9? 


5.34 


29.58 


1.5 


HTHFR ORJFCTS 






640 


10,708 


71.600 


82,948 


.13 


2.:i 


14.89 


17.25 


. 1 


TOTAL 
PFPTFUT OF TOTAL 




6 


825.577 
69.8 


718.347 

7.3 


2.241,659 
22.9 


9,785,583 

100.0 


1419.03 


149. 34 


466.04 


2,034.41 


100. 



11-87 



DUPLIN 

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

11 Elementary Schools 
4 Secondary Schools 
2 Combined Schools 

2nd Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



UNIT 



1983-8* 

FINAL 



310 ENROLL 

310 AOM 

310 AOA 

310 MLO 

310 PROM 

310 N-P 



628 696 610 627 628 659 678 7** 688 



609 679 

567 647 

60 9 6 78 

590 605 



597 621 

572 597 



591 

552 

39 



619 

580 

39 



672 

618 



610 651 670 72* 671 

587 62* 6*0 690 638 

607 6*3 666 721 672 

592 628 659 701 656 *90 



718 568 
662 538 



566 506 
65 19 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



58* 
560 



579 616 505 526 
595 631 525 55* 



529 
25 



61 
61 
55 
63 
63 



27 
26 
23 
27 
26 
1 



8583 
8297 
7866 
8201 
77*3 
*53 



l98*-85 
UNIT FIRST MO 

310 ENROLL 

310 ADM 
310 ADA 



8 



10 



11 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



589 67* 670 607 606 617 650 682 716 718 592 585 517 
578 669 660 59* 602 617 6*3 673 711 709 573 567 50* 
552 6*3 637 576 589 599 627 6*7 681 679 536 529 *76 



67 


27 


8317 


67 


26 


8193 


61 


2* 


7856 



310 DUPLIN COUNTY 



1963-64 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



PUPLIC SR. INST NC 
PUILIC SR. OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

CO"M COLL. TECH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

TRADE. 6USINFSS NC 
TkADE. BUSI OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

MIL ITARY 

EMPLOYMENT 

OTHERS oo 

GRAND TOTAL ooo 



NUMBER 


PERCENT 


124 


23.0 


2 


0.4 


126 


23.4 


39 


7.2 


2 


0.4 


41 


7.6 


115 


21.3 


3 


0.6 


118 


21.9 


22 


4.1 





0.0 


22 


4.1 


7 


1.3 


2 


0.4 


9 


1.7 


60 


11.1 


122 


22.6 


41 


7.6 


539 


100.0 



11-88 



Duplin 






1984-85 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT SOURCE OF FUNDS SEX RACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 

CLASSIFICATION STATE FEOERAL LOCAL VOCAT TOTAL MALE FEMALE WHITE SLACK OTH^P 

OFFICIAL .ADMS..MGRS. 42118449 

PRINCIPALS 17 17 16 1 13 4 

ASST PRINC. TEACHING 1 1 2 2 2 

1SST PRINC. NONTEACHING 7 7 7 3 4 

ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 217 11 6 5 239 24 215 157 82 

SECONOARY TEACHERS 97 6 * 31 138 67 71 96 41 1 

CITHER TEACHERS 32 21 4 58 6 52 37 21 

GUIDANCE 8 8 8 5 3 

PSYCHOLOGICAL 2 2 2 2 

L IMRARIAN. AUDIOVISUAL 16 16 16 11 5 

CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 3 1 15 14 3 2 

OTHER PROFESSIONAL 5 3 8 2 6 4 •. 

TEACHER AIDES 107 1 108 1 107 67 41 

TECHNICIANS 1 11 1 

CLER ICAL .SECPETAR IAL 18 2 21 1 42 42 32 10 

SERVICE WORKERS 64 77 141 32 109 58 83 

SKILLED CRAFTS 9 9 18 18 16 2 

I ABORERS. UNSKILLED 

TOTAL 607 47 121 43 818 181 637 515 302 1 

• VOCATIONAL TEACHERS" SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE. 
22. 64PCT FROM LOCAL. AND 10.08PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1983-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE *♦*«*»**»» p E R PUPIL EXPENDITURE 



I F II 
OIIPI IN COUNTY 
SALARIES 

FMPI nvFF BENEFITS 
P'lPr.HASFD SFUVICfS 
SUPPI |FS X. M4TFRIALS 
INSTRUCTIONAL FOIIIP. 
OTHF<! 1BJFCTS 
TOTAi 
PFRCFNT UF TflTAL 



FINAL 
ADM 


STATE 


FEOERAL 


LOCAL 




TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


PERCENT 
OF TOTAL 


8.297 
























9.606,050 


1.556.685 


1.191,518 


12 


.354,252 


1157.77 


187.62 


143.61 


1.489.00 


68. 9 




1.986.040 


348.669 


270.385 


2 


605,094 


239.37 


42.02 


32.59 


313.98 


I*. 5 




78. 71 1 


44,806 


506,995 




630.512 


9 . <.9 


5.40 


61.11 


76.00 


3. 5 




739.825 


664.575 


500,572 


1 


904,972 


89.17 


80.10 


60.3 3 


229.60 


10.6 




170.776 


93.373 


29,683 




293,832 


20.58 


11.25 


3.58 


35.41 


1 .6 




6.634 


89. 160 


84.630 




180,424 


.80 


10.75 


10.20 


21.75 


1.0 




12.588.035 


2.797.268 


2.583.782 


1 7 


969,085 


1517.18 


337.14 


311 .42 


2, 165.74 


100.0 




10. 


15.6 


14.4 




100.0 













11-89 



DURHAM 



Larry Coble, Interim Supt. 
P. 0. Box 3823 
Durham, N. C. 27702 

14 Elementary Schools 
3 Secondary Schools 
5 Combined Schools 

3rd Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1983-84 
UNIT FINAL 



11 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



320 ENROLL 1074 1323 1128 1172 1173 1153 1370 1548 1589 1460 1683 1206 988 65 169 17106 



320 ADM 1040 1280 1083 1133 1150 1128 1341 1495 1550 1386 1510 1104 971 

320 AOA 976 1218 1041 1087 1106 1081 1274 1406 1449 1274 1352 989 872 

320 MLD 1035 1274 1080 1130 1139 1128 1331 1502 1543 1356 1411 1050 951 

320 PROM 958 1098 1000 1085 1116 1106 1308 1323 1384 1072 967 850 837 

320 N-P 77 176 80 45 23 22 23 179 159 2 84 444 200 64 



60 172 16403 
55 154 15334 
62 169 16161 

61 132 14347 
I 37 1814 



1984-85 
UNIT FIRST MO 

320 ENROLL 
320 AOM 
320 ADA 



10 



11 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



1068 1237 1194 1076 1139 1176 1181 1480 1496 1619 1647 1144 1036 
1057 1226 1182 1073 1130 1169 1177 1468 1488 1605 1608 1125 1025 
1026 1192 1151 1049 1104 1142 1142 1409 1422 1526 1492 1056 970 



53 


177 


16723 


54 


174 


16561 


50 


162 


15893 



1980-84 High School Graduate intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



320 OURHAM COUNTY 



AMERICAN 


BLACK 


WHITE 




INDIAN 






PUBLIC SR. INST NC 





33 


121 


PUPLIC SR. OUT-STATE 





1 


6 


TOTAL 





3* 


127 


PRIVATE SR. INST NC 





6 


34 


PRIVATE SR. OUTSTATE 





2 


17 


TOTAL 





a 


53 


C0"M COLLt TECH NC 





20 


*7 


C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 








1 


TOTAL 





20 


43 


PRIVATF JR. COLL NC 





2 


2? 


PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 





1 


1 


TOTAL 





3 


23 


TRAUE, BUSINESS NC 





1 


1 


TRADE, BUSI OUTSTATE 








A 


TOTAL 





1 


5 


MILITARY 





10 


11 


EMPuOYMENT 





2* 


83 


OTMcRS •• 








1 


GRAND TOTAL • •• 





100 


351 



NUMBER 


PERCENT 


359 


37.7 


16 


1.7 


375 


39.4 


77 


8.1 


46 


.4.8 


123 


12.9 


153 


16.1 


1 


0.1 


154 


16.2 


43 


4.5 


3 


0.3 


46 


4.9 


17 


1.8 


8 


0.8 


25 


2.6 


25 


2.6 


200 


21.0 



155 

7 
162 



151 

7 

158 



11-90 



Durham County 



1964-85 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



3?4 


9 


315 


235 


29^ 


55 


Z*3 


252 


2 30 


57 


1 73 


190 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT SOURCE OF FUNDS SEX RACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 

CI ASS IT 1CATICN STATE FEDERAL LOCAL VOCAT TOTAL HALE FEMALE WHITE BLACK OTHFR 

OFFICIAL. A0MS..MGRS. ft 1 4 11 10 1 13 1 

PRINCIPALS 22 22 16 6 18 4 

ASST PRIMO. TEACHING 9 1 10 3 7 6 4 

ASST ?PI MCNONTEACHING 16 16 12 4 7 9 

FLEMFNTARY TEACHERS 289 35 

SECONDARY TEACHERS 277 21 

OTHER TEACHERS 120 36 17 51 

GUIDANCE 20 15 3 38 9 

PSYCHOLOGICAL 4 4 2 

L ISRARIAN, AUDIOVISUAL 23 23 1 

CONSULTANT. SUPERVISOR 5 2 14 1 22 10 

PTHFR PROFESSIONAL 16 9 25 2 

TEACHER AIDES 184 83 8" 355 5 

TFCHNICISNS 3 15 18 

CLERICAL .SECR6TAR 1AL 52 I 17 1 71 2 

SERVICE WORKERS 89 157 246 96 I 

SKILLFO CRAFTS 14 14 14 

I ABORERS .UNSKILLED 15 15 15 

T"TAL 1132 126 422 62 1742 318 11 

» VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.23PCT FROM STATE, 
22.64PCT FROM LOCAL. AND 10.08PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1983-64 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 







AMOUNTS EXPENDED 


BY SOURCE 














PUPIL E 


(PENOITURE 


** 


l FA 


FINAI 
AOM 


STATE 


FEDERAL 




LOCAL 




TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


PERCENT 
OF TOTAL 


DURHAM COUNTY 


16.403 
























SM AQIFS 




17. 572.196 


1.305.213 


5 


061. 162 


?6 


938.571 


1071.28 


79.57 


491.44 


1 .642.29 


'.7.9 


FMPIDYFF RENFFITS 




3.613.116 


291.912 


1 


562.051 


5 


467,149 


220.28 


17.80 


95.23 


333.31 


13. 7 


punr.HASFn sfrvk.es 




404.800 


28.143 


1 


971. 865 


2 


404,808 


24.68 


1.72 


120.21 


146.61 


6. 1 


SUPPLIES X. "<4TFRIALS 




1.115.529 


439,550 


2 


744.978 


<. 


300,057 


68.01 


26.80 


167.35 


262.16 


1 0. o 


INSTRIICTIONAI FOUIP. 




335.437 


1 14.317 




35.009 




484,764 


20.45 


6.97 


2.13 


29.55 


1.2 


ninFo rmjFCTS 




1.514 


I .606 




96.337 




99.457 


.09 


. 10 


i."l 


6.06 


.3 


TDTSL 




23.042,663 


2.180.742 


14 


471.402 


',9 


,694,807 


1404.79 


132.96 


882.23 


2,419.98 


100.0 


PERC.FNT OF TOTAL 




: B . 3 


5.5 




36. 5 




100.0 













11-91 



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 



UNIT 


1983-84 

FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


321 


ENROLL 


758 


7 80 


686 


675 


691 


694 


730 


728 


777 


834 


674 


519 


501 


49 


38 


9134 


321 


ADM 


T35 


759 


675 


663 


671 


666 


704 


688 


726 


726 


585 


467 


467 


50 


46 


8628 


321 


ADA 


685 


719 


644 


635 


6 39 


635 


656 


6 35 


658 


625 


506 


407 


413 


47 


42 


7946 


321 


MLD 


735 


762 


673 


6 60 


66 5 


668 


698 


679 


700 


664 


543 


429 


457 


49 


53 


8435 


321 


PROM 


681 


651 


613 


625 


617 


644 


605 


589 


582 


383 


292 


324 


403 


41 


52 


7102 


321 


N-P 
1984-85 


54 


111 


60 


35 


48 


24 


93 


90 


118 


281 


251 


105 


54 


8 


1 


1333 


UNIT 


FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


321 


ENROLL 


724 


812 


731 


625 


668 


640 


652 


710 


680 


923 


626 


444 


392 


46 


80 


8753 


321 


ADM 


714 


799 


728 


616 


661 


631 


646 


694 


661 


857 


597 


424 


383 


43 


77 


8531 


321 


AOA 


689 


780 


704 


603 


645 


612 


620 


648 


617 


763 


535 


388 


350 


42 


74 


8070 



1963-64 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



321 DURHAM CITY 





TOTAL 


NUMBER 


PERCENT 


157 


35.6 


10 


2.3 


167 


37.9 


32 


7.3 


15 


3.4 


<i7 


10.7 


67 


15.2 


9 


2.0 


76 


17.2 


10 


2.3 





0.0 


10 


2.3 


15 


3.". 


1 


0.2 


16 


3.6 


55 


12.5 


59 


13. * 


11 


2.5 


*)<ll 


100.0 



PU°LIC SR. INST NC 
PUBLIC SR. OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
PKIvATE SR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

CO"", COLLt TECH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

TRA3E. BUSINESS NC 
TRAjEt BUSI OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

MIL ITARY 

e u °L0YMENT 

OThlRS •• 

GRAND TUTAL ••• 



11-92 



Durham City 

1984-85 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT 




SOURCE OF FUNOS 




Sf < 


RACE/ETHNIC CRIGIN 


CLASS IFICATION 


STATE 


FEDERAL LOCAL VOCAT 


TOTAL 


HALE FEMALE 


WHITE BLACK OTHER 



IjFF IC I AL .ACMS..MGRS. 4 9 1 14 

PRINCIPALS 19 19 
ASST PRINC. TEACHING 

ASST PRINC. NONTEACHING 8 7 15 

ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 1 91 4 46 9 250 

SECONDARY TEACHERS 72 23 18 113 

OTHER TEACHERS 82 31 8 7 128 

GUIDANCE 9 3 5 * 21 
PSYCHOLOGICAL 

L IBRARIAN. AUDIOVISUAL ID 8 1 19 

CONSULTANT. SUPERVISOR * 1 <i 1 10 

OTHER PROFESSIONAL 1115 17 

TEACHER AIDES 117 22 29 168 

TECHNICIANS I 1 

CLERICAL .SECRETAR IAL 19 1 41 61 

SERVICE WORKERS 21 193 214 
SKILL FD CRAFTS 
LARORFRS .UNSK ILLED 

T^TAL 567 256 18f> 41 1050 



VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE. 
22. 64PCT FROM LOCAL. AND 10.08PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1983-64 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE .......... p ER pupn. EXPENDITURE 



1 c» 


INAI 
AD'1 




STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 




TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


PERCENT 
OF TOTAL 


UPHAM CI TY 


3.S7K 
























SAI AptFS 




9 


602. 328 


1 ,489.476 


4,928.035 


16 


019,839 


1112.93 


172.63 


571.17 


1,856.73 


bb. 1 


FMPI DYFF RFNFF1TS 




2 


007, !U7 


337,936 


1.024.095 


? 


369,849 


232.71 


39. 17 


118.69 


390.57 


11.) 


PURCHASED SFRVICFS 






354. h65 


I 1R . 207 


1.530.515 


2 


003,382 


41.11 


13.70 


177.39 


232.20 


B. 3 


SUPPLIFS r. MATERIALS 






353. '.'4 


64... 878 


1.454, 4<.6 


2 


452,748 


40.96 


74. 74 


168.57 


284.27 


10.1 


INSTRUCTIONAL FDUIP. 






65. ?7t> 


6.647 


16.476 




86,399 


7.57 


. 77 


1.91 


10.25 


.4 


OTHFSt nSJFCTS 






1 J 


175. 320 


119.448 




294,867 


.0 1 


20.12 


13.85 


34.18 


1.2 


TOTAL 




12 


383.538 


2.772.460 


9,073,035 


24 


229,084 


1435.29 


321.33 


1051.58 


2,808.20 


100. 


PFRCFNT PF TDTA1 






51.2 


1 1 .4 


37.4 




100.0 













11-93 



EDGECOMBE 

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

8 Elementary Schools 
2 Secondary Schools 

3rd Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



UNIT 


1983-8* 
FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


330 
330 


ENROLL 
ADM 


442 
418 


484 
483 


414 
409 


387 
379 


395 

390 


438 
429 


485 
431 


444 
438 


465 
451 


526 
501 


456 
428 


331 
320 


362 
352 


39 

3e 


46 
44 


5714 

5561 


330 


ADA 


398 


461 


394 


366 


378 


413 


461 


414 


42 7 


450 


3e6 


295 


323 


35 


42 


5243 


330 


MLD 


415 


484 


408 


376 


394 


430 


477 


435 


454 


479 


40 5 


312 


342 


35 


40 


5486 


330 


PROM 


403 


421 


384 


362 


331 


415 


459 


401 


428 


299 


328 


305 


339 


15 


40 


4980 


330 


N-P 


12 


63 


24 


14 


13 


15 


18 


34 


26 


180 


77 


7 


3 


20 




506 


UNIT 


1984-85 
FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


fc'XCP 


TOTAL 


330 
330 
330 


ENBOLL 

AD* 
AOA 


400 
396 
380 


451 

449 
436 


433 
432 
424 


403 
399 
392 


338 
338 
330 


403 
403 
391 


426 
424 
413 


469 
467 
451 


443 

440 
425 


587 
575 
536 


379 

369 
349 


334 
323 
312 


339 
327 
304 


40 
39 
35 


38 
38 
37 


5533 
5474 
5265 



1 983-64 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



330 EDGECOMBE COUNTY 



PUBLIC SR. INST NC 
PUCLIC SR. OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
PMVAIE SR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

CCM COLL. TECH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PkIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TuTAL 

TRAJE, BUSINESS NC 
TRAOE, EUSI OJTSTATE 
TOTAL 

MILITARY 

EMPLOYMENT 
0TH L 9S oo 
GRAr.O TOTAL »•• 





TOTAL 


NUM3ER 


PERCENT 


80 


24.0 


2 


0.6 


82 


24.6 


6 


1.9 





0.0 


6 


1.9 


52 


15.6 


4 


1.2 


56 


16.8 


A 


1.2 





0.0 


4 


1.2 


2 


0.6 





0.0 


2 


0.6 


42 


12.6 


118 


35.3 


24 


7.2 


334 


100.0 



11-94 



Edgecombe 



1964-85 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMFNT SOURCE OF FUNDS SEX RACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 

CLASSIFICATION STATE FEOERAL LOCAL VIC AT TOTAL MALE FEMALE WHITE BLACK OTH r 

OFFICIAL .AGMS..MGRS. 6 1 1 1 9 5 4 6 3 

PRINCIPALS 10 13 ID 5 5 

«SST PRINC. TEACHING 

ASST PRINC. NCNTEACHING 7 7 5 2 3 * 

ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 139 3 142 1* 128 80 62 

SECONDARY TEACHERS 50 25 75 2Z 53 42 33 

nTHFR TEACHERS 37 42 2 1 82 12 70 51 31 

GUIDANCE 6 6 15 5 1 

pSy CHGLIGICAL 1 111 

I IRRARIAN. AUDIOVISUAL 8 8 17 5 3 

CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 11 2 2 11 

OTHER PROFESSIONAL 1 11 1 

TEACHER AIDES 75 2 1 78 1 77 24 54 

TECHNICIANS 2 2 2 2 

CLERICAL .SECRETARIAL 13 2 4 1 20 1 19 12 8 

SERVICE WORKERS 31 53 84 19 65 26 58 

SKILLFD CRAFTS 10 Q 19 19 11 8 

I ABORERS. UNSKILLED 6 6 6 6 

TOTAL 394 48 82 28 552 117 435 2 74 278 

« VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPRO*! MATE LY 67.28PCT FROM STATE, 
22. 64PCT FROM LOCAL. AND 10.38PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1983-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



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

FINAL 

in AOM STATE FEDERAL LOCAL TOTAL STATE FEOERAL LOCAL 

FOG c CCMBF COUNTY 5.561 

SAIAMFS 6.228.341 1.213.362 853.059 8.294,762 1120.00 218.19 153.40 

F«invFE 1FNFFITS 1.313.450 212.135 152.167 1,757.751 235.19 50.73 29.16 

PijeCHASFO SERVICES 158.779 56.658 320.120 535.557 29.55 10.19 57.57 

SUPPLIES c MATERIALS 429.589 590.759 911.205 1.931.553 77.25 106.23 163.96 

INSTRUCTIONAL FOUIP. 144,057 44.431 18,327 206,815 25.90 7.99 3.30 

OTHFR OIJCCTS 11,474 30,?43 25.660 67,177 2.06 5.40 4.61 

TOTAl 8.285.690 2.217.399 2.290.537 12.793,625 1489.95 398.73 411.90 2.300.5 

PF^CFNT r.F TOTAL 54.8 17.3 17.9 100.0 





PERCENT 


TOTAL 


OF TOTAL 


,491.59 


64.8 


316.08 


I 3 . B 


96.31 


4.2 


347.34 


1 5. 1 


37.19 


1.6 


12.07 


.5 



11-95 



Tarboro 

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 



UNIT 



1983-84 
FINAL 




Pupil Accounting 



10 



11 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



331 
331 
331 
331 
331 
331 



ENROLL 

ADM 

ADA 

MLD 

PKOM 

N-P 



254 286 
252 280 



240 
254 
239 

15 



270 

277 

243 

34 



219 
220 
213 
224 
216 



222 

220 
213 
220 
212 



252 
246 
237 
246 
235 
11 



228 
227 
2 17 
231 
226 
5 



242 
242 
231 
246 
218 
28 



269 246 
266 244 



250 

263 

235 

28 



230 

242 

211 

31 



300 
282 
261 
271 
234 
37 



231 
218 
206 
213 
188 
25 



231 
222 
211 
214 
189 
25 



195 
193 
181 
196 
190 
6 



21 
20 
19 
19 

14 
5 



3202 
3138 
2984 
3122 
2851 
271 



1984-85 
UNIT FIRST MO 



10 



11 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



331 ENROLL 
331 ADM 
331 ADA 



267 284 257 
263 282 254 
257 275 249 



232 


229 


242 


252 


253 


259 


256 


247 


223 


204 


6 


17 


3228 


231 


224 


240 


250 


252 


258 


254 


247 


220 


202 


6 


17 


3200 


227 


219 


234 


244 


233 


249 


240 


237 


213 


191 


6 


16 


3095 



1963-84 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



331 TARB3R0 CITY 



WHITE OTHER* 



PU2LIC SR. INST NC 
PU?LIC SR. CUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE SR. I'IST NC 
PRWATE SR. OuTSTATE 
TufAL 

CC'-M COLL. TFCH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PHI VATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

TRAOE. BUSINESS NC 
TRADE. bUSI OuTSTATE 
TOTAL 

•MLITARY 

E1PL0WENT 

OTHtRS eo 

CRAN'J TOTAL ••• 





TOTAL 


NUMBER 


PERCENT 


53 


28.3 





0.0 


53 


29.3 


4 


2.1 


1 


■0.5 


5 


2.T 


51 


27.3 


1 


0.5 


52 


27.9 


6 


3.2 





0.0 


6 


3.2 


2 


1.1 





0.0 


2 


1.1 


21 


11.2 


IT 


9.1 


31 


16.6 


18T 


100.0 



11-96 



Tarboro 



1984-85 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT 



SOURCE OF FUNDS 



RACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 



CL ASS IFICAT IflN 



STATE FEDERAL LOCAL 



FEMALE WHITE 



OFFICIAL. ADMS.. MORS. 

PRINCIPALS 

ASST PRINC. TEACHING 

ASST PRINCNONTEACHING 

ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 

SECONDARY TEACHERS 

OTHER TEACHERS 

GUIDANCE 

PSYCHOLOGICAL 

I ISRARIAN. AUDIOVISUAL 

CONSULT ANT, SUPER VISOR 

TTHER PROFESSIONAL 

TEACHER AIDES 

TECHNICIANS 
CLERICAL.SECRETAR IAL 
SERVICE KORKFRS 
SKILLED CRAFTS 
I ABORERS.UNSKILl EP 
TOTAL 



VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.23PCT FROM STATE, 
22. 64PCT FROM LOCAL, AND 10.0BPCT FROM FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1983-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE 



PER PUPIL EXPENDITURE 



IFA 

TARRORO CITY 
SAI ARIFS 

FMPiriYFE BENEFITS 
PURCHASED SERVICES 
SUPPLIES E MATERIALS 
INSTRUCTIONAL FOIIIP. 
OTHER OBJECTS 
TOTAL 
PFRCFNT OF TOTAL 



3.382.687 

716.366 

102. 327 

13".. 622 

35.395 

4.554 

4.375.951 

6 s . a 



FEDERAL 


42? 


160 


"38 


461 


? 3 


.811 


233 


Oil 


20 


557 


9 


692 


804 


.692 




12.1 



TOTAL STATE FEDERAL LOCAL 



725.194 


* 


530,041 


1077 


99 


134 


53 


231 


10 


1.443 


61 


6° 


3 


149,606 




964,433 


229 


29 


31 


33 


47 


6« 


337 


35 


14 


5 


201.439 




324,576 


52 


•.1 


6 


63 


6-. 


19 


103 


43 


<• 


9 


284.590 




652,224 


42 


90 


74 


25 


90 


53 


237 


<". 


9 


9 


49.818 




105,770 


11 


23 


6 


55 


15 


9 3 


33 


'1 


1 


6 


42.772 




57,019 


1 


45 


3 


39 


13 


5 3 


19 


17 




9 


453.420 


6 


,634,062 


1394 


51 


2 56 


Hi 


463 


1 7 


2,114 


1 1 


133 


C 


21.9 




100.0 























11-97 



FORSYTH 

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

42 Elementary Schools 

10 Secondary Schools 

4 Combined Schools 

5th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 





1983-84 


UNIT 


FINAL 


340 


ENROLL 


340 


AOM 


340 


ADA 


340 


MLD 


340 


PROM 


340 


N-P 




1984-85 


UNIT 


FIRST MO 



1 



8 



10 



1 I 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



2889 2934 2674 2691 2778 2759 3111 3478 3360 3561 3117 3090 2860 

2756 2817 2579 2614 2685 2702 3008 3397 3272 3356 2969 2946 2775 

2590 2676 2453 2497 2565 2571 2853 3186 3068 3066 2709 2782 2646 

2766 2831 2579 2613 2685 2717 3001 3382 3270 3302 2902 2559 2730 

2474 2545 2482 2570 2637 2662 2964 3138 3142 3024 2610 2717 2609 

97 48 48 55 37 244 128 279 292 142 121 



292 286 



1 



10 



1 1 



152 


997 


40451 


153 


995 


39024 


141 


905 


36713 


154 


1004 


38800 


154 


973 


36701 




31 


2099 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



340 ENROLL 2877 2895 2687 2591 2616 2749 2736 3160 3335 3629 3408 ?895 29?9 14? 997 39^46 
340 AQ1 2699 2865 2666 2561 2598 2727 2712 3131 3298 3620 3375 2362 2812 146 993 39055 
340 AOA 2614 2794 2605 2500 2536 2661 2631 3017 3169 3407 3191 2718 2639 139 924 37595 



1 960-64 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



3*0 FORSYTH COUNTY 









MALE 






AMERICAN 
INDIAN 


BLACK 


FEMALE 
WHITE 


OTHER« 


TOTAL 




TOTAL 


* 


MERICAN 
INDIAN 


BLACK 


WHITE 


OTHER* 


TOTAL 


NUMBER 


PERCENT 


PU1LIC SR. INST NC 
PU1LIC SR. OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 







132 

2 

134 


292 

IB 
310 




425 

20 

445 







163 

5 

163 


297 

14 

311 


2 
1 
3 


462 

20 

482 


887 

40 

927 


33.3 

1.5 

34.8 


PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 







7 
9 
16 


5* 

17 
71 




61 
27 

33 







12 

6 
18 


76 
16 
92 


1 
2 
3 


B9 
24 
113 


150 

51 
201 


5.6 
1.9 
7.6 


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







43 

1 
44 


1 34 
138 




17B 
5 

133 







62 



62 


157 

2 

159 


2 

2 


221 

2 

223 


399 

7 
406 


15.0 
0.3 
15.3 


PMVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TOI AL 


i 



l 


6 




21 
4 
25 




28 

5 
33 












12 

2 
14 







12 

2 
14 


40 

7 
47 


1.5 
0.3 
1.8 


TRAUC. BUSINESS NC 
TRAUE. BUSI OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 







T 
2 
9 


7 
4 
11 







14 
6 
20 







18 

3 

21 


25 
5 
31 







44 

8 

52 


58 
14 
72 


2.2 

0.5 
2.7 


MILITARY 


1 


86 


55 


1 


1*3 


2 


22 


3 





27 


170 


6.4 


EMPLOYMENT 





119 


209 





"•28 





110 


197 


1 


308 


636 


23.9 


OTHERS •* 





29 


77 





106 





32 


63 


2 


97 


203 


7.6 


GRAND TOTAL ••• 


2 


443 


896 


5 


1346 


2 


433 


8 70 


11 


1316 


2662 


100.0 



11-98 



Forsyth 



984 


44 


940 


675 


334 


10*8 


3 69 


&R8 


Bl i 


:35 



1984-85 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 

ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT SOURCE OF FUNDS SEX RACE/ETHNIC ORIGI' 

CLASSIFICATION STATE FEDERAL LOCAL VC1CAT TOTAL MALE FEMALE WHITE BLACK It 

OFFICIAL. ADMS..MGRS. 15 1 16 32 23 9 29 3 

PRINCIPALS 53 53 39 1* 41 12 

ASST PRINC. TEACHING 5 5 14 3 2 

ASST PRINC, NONTFACHING 51 9 63 39 21 37 23 

EIFMFNTARY TEACHERS 84B 53 83 

SECONDARY TEACHFRS 763 24 111 15 

PTHER TFACHERS 

GUIDANCE 49 25 31 105 25 80 73 

PSYCHOLOGICAL 7 5 12 5 7 11 

I IHRARIAN, AUDIOVISUAL 56 2 58 3 55 37 

CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 7 4 7 2 20 11 9 15 

OTHER PROFESSIONAL 6 3 3 12 3 9 12 

TFAfHER AIOES 199 74 82 3 358 20 338 265 

TECHNICIANS 15 15 6 9 13 

CI E° ICAL .SECRE TAR IAL 73 7 118 198 198 171 

SERVICE WORKERS 108 430 538 141 397 227 

SKILLED CRAFTS 26 78 104 104 94 

1 ARORERS.UNSK ILL En 26 26 26 25 

TOTAL 2266 166 1010 186 3628 850 2778 2541 

* VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALAPIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE. 

22. 64'CT FROM LOCAL. AND 10.08PCT FROM FEOERAL FUNOS. 



1980-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE «.»...«.«» pfp PUP |L EXPENDITURE 



I FA 
FORSYTH COUNTY " 

SAI ARl FS 

F»mvf RFNFFITS 
PURCMASFO SERVICES 
SUP°L1 C S L MATERIALS 
INSTRUCTIONAI FOUIP. 

nTHFB nn.iEC.TS 

TOTAL 
PFRCFNT CF TOTAI 



FINAL 
ADM 




STATE 


FEOERAL 




LOCAL 




TOTAL 


STATE 


FEOERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


PERCENT 
OF TOTAL 


9.024 




























44 


596.127 


4.360,367 


2Z 


988,674 


6<3 


945, 168 


1142.79 


1 11.74 


537.84 


1.792.37 


73. t. 




8 


365.220 


944,956 


5 


087.851 


1 <l 


398,027 


214.36 


24.21 


130.3 8 


368.95 


1 4. 5 






872.043 


153,847 


2 


106.522 


3 


132.412 


22.35 


S.94 


53.98 


80.27 


3. 2 




3 


004.002 


1.491,017 


4 


240.792 


6 


735,811 


76.98 


38.21 


108.67 


223.86 


9.6 






700. 906 


20.209 




220.785 




941 ,900 


17.96 


. 52 


5 .f>5 


24.14 


. 9 






5.079 


316.776 


1 


862.908 


2 


184,763 


. 1 3 


*. 12 


47.74 


55.99 


?. 2 




57 


543.377 

5 J ..0 


7.287, 172 

7.3 


3'. 


507.533 
34. 7 


99 


338,082 
100.0 


1474.57 


186.74 


8 84.2 7 


2,545.58 


100.0 



11-99 



FRANKLIN 

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

7 Elementary Schools 
2 Secondary Schools 

3rd Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



UNIT 


1993-84 
FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


350 
350 


ENROLL 


314 
307 


339 
331 


308 
309 


327 
319 


335 

32 8 


3 66 
363 


390 
385 


393 

382 


346 

338 


4 30 

406 


370 
357 


290 
277 


270 
267 


9 

8 




4487 
4377 


AOA 


286 


314 


297 


306 


313 


346 


365 


354 


317 


382 


338 


263 


256 


8 




4145 




MLD 


305 


328 


314 


320 


321 


364 


384 


380 


333 


385 


350 


2 69 


267 


8 




4328 


350 


PROM 


293 


311 


307 


312 


312 


355 


374 


295 


292 


269 


307 


254 


261 








350 


N-P 


12 


17 


7 


8 


9 


9 


10 


85 


41 


116 


43 


15 


6 


8 






UNIT 


1984-85 
FIRST HO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


350 
350 
350 


ENROLL 
ADM 


342 
337 


324 
321 


325 
319 


324 

322 


332 

329 


328 
326 


365 

363 


444 
433 


343 

339 


425 
415 


324 

315 


311 

304 


275 

270 


7 
7 




4469 
4400 
4211 


ADA 


321 


312 


310 


314 


322 


316 


352 


407 


324 


390 


297 


287 


252 


7 





i 983-64 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



350 FRANKLIN COUNTY 



■IITE OTHER' 



0THER« TOTAL 



PUTLIC SR. INST NC 
PUBLIC SR. OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

CO':M COLLf TECH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

TRADE, DUSINESS NC 
TRADE, BUSI OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

MILITARY 

EMPLOYMENT 

OTHTRS •• 

GRAND TOTAL •<■« 



13.0 
C. 
13. <. 

7.<i 
0.0 
7.<> 

16.0 
1.1 
17.1 

10.8 
0.0 
10.3 

3.3 
3.0 
6.3 

8.9 

29. * 

6.7 

100. 



11-100 



Franklin 



1984-85 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT SOURCE OF FUNDS SEX RACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 

CLASSIFICATION STATE FEOERAL LCCAL VOC AT TOTAL HALE FEMALE WHITE BLACK OTHF 

OFFICIAL .A0MS..MGRS. 2 I 3 2 13 

PRINCIPALS 9 1 10 10 8 2 

ASST PPINC. TEACHING 

f.SST P&INC.NONTEAChIIOG 3 3 2 12 1 

ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 119 3 3 2 127 11 116 9* 33 

SECONDARY TEACHERS 45 4 2 18 69 27 42 52 17 

OTHER TEACHERS 22 17 39 1 38 2? 17 

OUIOANCF 3 3 12 2 1 

PSYCHOLOGICAL 

I lllkARIAN. AUDIOVISUAL 2 13 12 1 11 10 2 

CONSUL TANT, SUPERVISOR 12 1 4 4 2 2 

OTHER PROFESSIONAL 7 13 11 * 7 6 5 

TFACHEP AIDES 51 51 1 50 28 23 

TFCHNICI ANS 

CLERICAI .SECRETARIAL 10 2 9 21 2 19 17 4 

SERVITE WORKERS 15 51 66 8 58 26 40 

SKILLED CRAFTS 8 7 15 15 13 2 

LArtORERS. UNSKILLED 

TOTU 297 29 87 21 43* 85 3*9 285 149 

» VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPRO*! MATE LY 67.28PCT FROM STATE. 
22. 64PCT FROM LOCAL. ANO 10.08PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1983-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 







AMOUNTS EXPENDED 


BY SOURCE 






•••*••« 


•*« PER 


PUPIL EXPENDITURE 




LFA 


FINAL 
ADM 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


STATE 


FEOERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


PERCENT 
OF TOTAL 


FRANKll N COUNTY 


4.377 




















S4I 40IFS 




4. 803. 343 


761 . 586 


910.434 


6.475.362 


1097.41 


174.00 


208.00 


1.479.41 


'.6.3 


F-PIOYEF nFNFFITS 




979, 406 


172,450 


211.020 


1,362.876 


223.76 


39.40 


48.21 


311.37 


1 J.9 


piiornASED sfc.vicfs 




175.761 


22.015 


189.418 


387,194 


40.16 


5.03 


43.23 


83.47 


4.0 


SlIPPI IFS t MATFRIALS 




347.763 


331.534 


653.904 


1,333,201 


79.45 


75.74 


149.40 


304.59 


I 3.6 


INSTBIICT TONAL FOUIP. 




116.472 


32.775 


2.446 


151.694 


26.61 


7.49 


.56 


34.66 


1.6 


OTHFR OBJECTS 




1.275 


11.861 


49.165 


62.301 


.29 


2.71 


11.23 


14.23 


.6 


TOTAL 




6.424.070 


1.332.221 


2.016.386 


9.772,628 


1467.68 


304.37 


4 60.6 8 


2.232.73 


100.0 


PFRCFNT OF TOTAL 




65. a 


li.', 


20.6 


100.0 













11-101 



Franklinton 

Dr. J. Donald Hare, Supt. 
1 N. Main Street, Box 430 
Franklinton, N. C. 27525 

1 Elementary School 
1 Combined School 

3rd Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1983-84 
UNIT FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


a 


9 


10 


11 


12 TMH EXCP 


TOTAL 


351 ENROLL 
351 ADM 


86 
66 


81 
78 


86 
86 


91 
9* 


105 

105 


112 
114 


126 
125 


109 

108 


114 
110 


131 
122 


101 
93 


92 

89 


86 2 
84 2 


1324 
1296 



351 PROM 



90 101 110 119 103 105 114 
97 106 115 126 108 108 119 

91 105 110 112 95 97 93 



15 



1984-85 
UNIT FIRST MO 

351 FNROLL 

351 A 01 
351 ADA 



94 
93 

87 



85 

8* 
82 



8 



80 85 94 110 125 130 103 
79 85 93 109 123 131 102 
78 82 91 106 120 127 98 



12 J",H E»CP TOTAL 



173 


115 


86 


73 


1 


1304 


119 


11? 


85 


72 


1 


1?°8 


111 


106 


77 


68 


1 


1?34 



351 FRANKLINTCN CITY 



1983-84 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



PU»LIC SR. INST NC 
PUBLIC SR. OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
PKtVATE SR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

CU'M COLL. TECH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PKIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

TRADE. BUSINESS NC 
TRADE. BUSI OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

MILITARY 

EMPLOYMENT 

OTHERS •• 

GRAND TOTAL •»• 



NUMBER 


PERCENT 


16 


17.8 


17 


19.9 


1 
2 


1.1 
.2.2 


3 


3.3 


3 


8.9 





0.0 


8 


6.9 





0.0 


2 


2.2 


2 


2.2 


6 


6.7 


7 


7.8 


13 


l«i.<> 


12 


13.3 


22 


24.4 


13 


1<..<. 


90 


100.0 



11-102 



Franklinton 



1964-85 Public School Personnel Summery 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT SOURCE OF FUND'; SEK RAC/EtHNIC C'lGIN 

CLASSIFICATION STATE FEDERAL LOCAL V'JCAT TOTAL MALE FEMALE WHITE BLACK OTHFR 

"FFICIAL .AOMS..M&RS. -ill 6 3 3 6 

PRINCIPALS 2 7 2 I I 

ASST PRINC.TEACHINS 1 111 

ASST Po INC.NCA'TFACHINr, 1 II I 

FLEMFNTAkY TEACHERS 35 35 4, 31 22 13 

SECONDARY TEACHERS 12 10 22 7 15 1* 7 1 

OTHER TEACHERS 6 7 13 3 10 8 5 

GUIDANCE 1 12 2 11 

PSYCHniuGICAL 

L nRARIAN.AUDIOV ISUAL 2 2 2 2 

CONSULT ANT, SUPER VISOR 

OTHER PROFESSIONAL 

TFACHER AIDES 1* 1 1 16 16 3 13 

TECHNICIANS 1 1 11 

fl ER ICAl . SECRETAR IAL 2 2 * * 3 1 

SCuvicE WORKERS 7 18 25 6 19 8 17 

SK ILL c n CRAFTS 

I Aar.REKS.UNSK ILL EO 

TOTAl 87 9 23 11 130 26 10* 70 59 1 



VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAIO APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE, 
22.64PCT FROM LOCAL. AND 10.08PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1983-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 







AMOUNTS EXP 


ENDEO 


BY SOURCE 






FINAI 










I C J 


AOM 


STriTF 




FEDERAL 


LUCAL 


FRANKLIHTPN CITY 


1.296 










SAI «RI FS 




1.478.117 




241 .027 


222.218 


FflPinvff RFNFFITS 




304. 544 




53.497 


49,508 


PURCHASFfl SFOvlf.FS 




34. >>4 




15.210 


70.028 


SIIPPI 1 FS L MAT FR| fit 




81. 365 




1 16. 068 


191,912 


INSTRUCT IOMA1 FOUlo 




22. ',12 




32.772 


15.525 


OTHFB nAIEf.TS 




2.294 




120 


4.211 


TOTAL 




1.925.255 




451.693 


553.403 


PFRCFNT rF TnrAl 




hS.6 




15.6 


1 8.8 



IMHWtM PFR PUPIL EXPENDITURE 

TOTAL STATE FEOERAL LOCAL 

1,941.362 1140.52 185.98 171.46 1 497.96 

409,649 236.61 41.28 38.20 

119,462 26.41 11.74 54.03 

389,345 62.78 89.56 146.08 

70,908 17.45 25.29 11.98 

6,625 1.77 .09 3.25 

2.937,351 1485.54 353.94 427.00 2,266.48 100.0 
100.0 





PERCENT 


TOTAL 


OF TOTAL 


497.96 


66.1 


316.09 


1 i . 9 


92.18 


4. 1 


300.42 


1 3. 1 


54.72 


:. 4 


5.11 


.2 



11-103 



GASTON 



Dr. George S. McSwain, Supt. 
943 Osceola St., Box 1397 
Gastonia, N. C. 28053 

37 Elementary Schools 
6 Secondary Schools 
13 Combined Schools 

6th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 





1933-84 


UNIT 


FINAL 


360 


ENROLL 


360 


AOM 


360 


AOA 


360 


MLO 


360 


PROM 


360 


N-P 




1984-85 


UNIT 


FIRST MO 



10 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



360 ENROLL 2080 2437 2229 2364 2574 2759 2778 3032 2937 2776 2781 2330 2063 144 381 33665 

2004 2349 2151 2292 2503 2688 2719 2953 2825 2616 2527 2184 1972 

1879 2231 2050 2193 2398 2574 2598 2765 2615 2436 2370 2061 1866 

1995 2354 2138 2297 2499 2698 2712 2929 2786 2552 2376 2080 1928 

1928 2118 2028 2223 2431 2650 2675 2752 2595 2333 2063 1316 1832 

67 236 110 74 68 48 37 177 191 219 313 264 96 



142 


333 


32308 


128 


351 


30515 


142 


399 


31885 


142 


370 


29956 




29 


1929 



4 



10 



11 12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



360 ENROLL 2117 2226 2252 2163 2321 2468 2732 2819 3000 2821 2735 2305 2052 141 333 32485 
360 AOM 2087 2206 2242 2142 2308 2447 2709 2802 2979 2797 2698 2264 2038 139 331 32189 
360 AOA 2018 2137 2188 2095 2252 2378 2637 2690 2836 2664 2581 2161 1962 132 305 31036 



1963-64 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



360 GASTON COUNTY 









MALE 










FEMALE 






NUMBER 


TOTAL 


AMERICAN 
INDIAN 


BLACK 


WHITE 


OTHER* 


TOTAL 


AHERICAN 
INDIAN 


SLACK 


WHITE 


OTHER* 


TOTAL 


PERCENT 


PUBLIC SR. INSI NC 
PU2LIC SR. OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 







31 
3 
34 


171 

9 

ieo 





203 

12 

215 








36 
2 

38 


167 

16 

183 







203 

18 

221 


406 

30 

4 36 


21.8 

1.6 

23.4 


PRIVATE SR. I-1ST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 







15 
2 
17 


36 
6 
42 




52 

8 
60 







12 
3 
15 


61 
11 
72 








73 

14 
87 


125 
22 
147 


6.7 
1.2 

7.9 


CD-"1 COLL. TECH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 








22 

2 
2* 


206 

S 

21* 





229 

10 

239 


1 



1 


39 
1 

40 


244 

3 

247 







284 

4 
288 


513 

14 

527 


27.6 

0.1 
28.3 


PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVAIE JR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 







2 

2 


10 
3 
13 








12 
3 

15 








3 

3 


18 

2 

20 







21 
2 
23 


33 

5 
33 


1.3 
0.3 
2.0 


TRADE. BUSINESS NC 
TRAOr, 3USI OUTSTATE 

TOTAL 








3 

3 


8 
2 

10 








11 
2 
13 







11 


11 


51 

5 

56 







62 

5 

67 


73 

7 
80 


3.9 
0.4 
4.3 


MILITARY 





24 


73 





97 





6 


14 





20 


117 


6.3 


EMPLOYMENT 





39 


158 





197 





30 


175 





205 


402 


21.6 


OTHERS •« 





13 


39 





52 





15 


47 





62 


114 


6.1 


GRANT TOTAL ••• 





156 


729 


3 


888 


1 


158 


614 





973 


1861 


100.0 



11-104 



Gaston 



1964-65 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT 




SOURCE OF FUNOS 






sr < 


RACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 


CLASS IF ICAT IUN 


STATE 


FEDERAL LCCAL 


VOCAT 


TOTAL 


HALF FEMALE 


WHITE SLACK OTHER 



32 


.2 7 


5 


26 


646 


36 


610 


5 69 


510 


1-5 


36% 


458 


4 20 


lie 


30? 


3 8.' 



OFFICIAL .ADMS..MGRS. 11 1 2 ; 

PRINCIPALS 56 

ASST PRINC. TEACHING 

ASST PRINC, NONTEACHING 32 

ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 609 37 

SECONDARY TEACHERS 469 40 1 

OTHER TEACHERS 236 57 12 11! 

GUIDANCE 36 1 1 6 44 16 28 41 

PSYCHOLOGICAL 3 4 7 5 2 7 

I IBRARIAN. AUDIOVISUAL 53 4 57 3 54 53 

CONSULTANT. SUPERVISOR 8 4 4 1 17 7 10 12 

OTHER PROFESSIONAL 5 14 10 5 5 8 

TEACHER AIDES 380 34 2 416 4 412 361 

TECHNICIANS 13 44 57 2 55 50 

CLERICAL .SECRETAR IAL 75 3 44 122 1 121 118 

SERVICE WORKERS 121 132 253 80 173 133 

SKILLED CRAFTS 14 41 55 55 51 

I ADORERS .UNSKILLED 6 6 6 3 

TOTU 2121 105 373 125 2724 5 70 2154 2335 

• VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAIS APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE, 
22.64PCT FROM LOCAL. AND 10.08PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1963-64 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 







AMOUNTS EXPENDED 


BY SOUPCE 










....... 


**• PER 


PUPIL EXPENDITURE 




LEA 


FINAL 
ADM 


STATE 


FEDERAL 




LOCAL 




TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


PERCENT 
OF TOTAL 


GASTON COUNTY 


32.308 
























SALARIES 




34.187.232 2.687,805 


7 


044.922 


43 


919,960 


1058.17 


83. 19 


218.06 


1,359.42 


TO. 1 


FMPI OYFF I3FNFF1 TS 




7.126.698 


592.414 


1 


464.499 


9 


183,611 


220.59 


18.34 


45.33 


294.26 


14. T 


PUPCHASFO SFRVICES 




1. 08 9. 734 


101 .039 


1 


904.999 


3 


095,823 


33.73 


3.13 


58.96 


95.82 


4.9 


SUPPLIES C MATFR1AI.' 




1,541. 855 


.346,120 


2 


524,779 


5 


412,755 


47.72 


41.67 


78.15 


167.54 


B. 6 


INSTRUCTIONAL EOUIP 




391.822 


195,495 




359,940 




937,248 


12.13 


5.74 


11.14 


29.01 


1.5 


OTHFP OBJECTS 




1.199 


1.374 




95.366 




97,938 


.0* 


.04 


2.95 


3.03 


. 2 


TOTAI 




44,338.590 


..914.238 


13 


394.505 


62 


647,334 


1372.38 


152.11 


414.59 


1,939.08 


100.0 


PFRCFNT OF TOTAI 




70. B 


7.8 




21 .4 




100.0 













11-105 



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 



1993-84 
UNIT FINAL 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



370 ENROLL 

370 ADM 

370 ADA 

370 MLD 

370 PROM 

370 N-P 



116 120 



96 137 100 117 145 132 167 138 196 100 105 



111 116 94 

103 113 91 

111 116 95 

105 105 93 

6 112 



133 


99 


113 


145 


130 


164 


137 


189 


96 


104 


128 


96 


109 


140 


126 


154 


130 


176 


99 


98 


131 


103 


113 


145 


130 


164 


136 


197 


94 


103 


119 


101 


110 


144 


123 


154 


131 


143 


89 


97 


12 


2 


3 


1 


2 


10 


5 


39 


5 


6 



1669 
1631 
1553 
1623 
1524 
104 



1984-85 
UNIT FIRST MO 

370 ENROLL 
370 ADS 
370 ADA 



127 

125 
121 



120 
120 
116 



107 
104 
103 



104 
102 
102 



122 
121 
118 



113 
113 
110 



109 
106 
105 



148 
147 
144 



138 
136 

130 



16P 
164 
156 



12 T^H EXCP TOTAL 



168 151 96 
162 146 94 
153 139 92 



1671 
1640 

15*9 



373 GATES COUNTY 



1983-84 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



PUBLIC SR. INST NC 
PUBLIC SR. OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE SR. HIST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

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

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

TRADE, BUSINESS NC 
TRAuE, BUSI OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

MIL ITARY 

EMPLOYMENT 

OTHERS •• 

GRANO TOTAL ooe 



NUMBER 


PERCENT 


33 


33 


33.7 
0.0 
33.7 







0.0 
0.0 
0.0 


3 


3 


3.1 
0.0 
3.1 







0.0 
0.0 
0.0 


1 



1 


1.0 
0.0 
1.0 


12 


12.2 


39 


39.3 


10 


10.2 


98 


100.0 



11-106 



Gates 






1984-85 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT SOURCE OF FUNDS SEX RACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 

CLASSIFICATION STATE FEDERAL LOCAL VOCAT TOTAL MALE FEMALE WHITE BLACK OTHfR 

PFFIC IAL .ADMS..MGRS. 5 1 6 3 3 6 

PRINCIPALS 6 6 5 1*2 

ASST PRINC. TEACHING 1 11 1 

5SST PRINC.'JONTEACHING 1 11 1 

ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 39 5 3 47 4 43 23 23 1 

SFCUJOARY TEACHERS 17 2 1 10 30 7 23 15 13 2 

OTHER TCACFFRS 10 1 2 13 3 10 7 6 

GUIDANCE I 2 3 2 12 1 

PSYCHOLOGICAL 

L IBRARIAN, AUDIOVISUAL 4 2 6 6 4 2 

CONSULTANT. SUPERVISOR 1 1 1.1 

PTHFR PROFESSIONAL 

TEACHER SICES 16 3 1 20 1 19 6 14 

TECHNICI ANS 

CLER ICAL. SECRETARIAL 5 2 6 13 13 8 5 

SFRVICE WORKERS 5 24 29 3 26 10 19 

SKILLED CRAFTS 4 2 6 6 4 2 

1 ABORERS. UNSKILLED 

TOTAL 114 15 41 12 182 36 146 91 88 3 



VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALAPIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.29PCT FROM STATE, 
22.64PCT FRUM LOCAL. AND 10.08PCT FRO" FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1983-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE .......... p ER p UP | L EXPENDITURE 



l c A AO.M STATE 

GATES COUNTY 1.631 

SAIAR'FS 2.018.638 365,586 449.726 2.834,150 1237.79 224.15 275.74 1,737.6 

F-PtOYFE BFNFFITS 411.407 79.813 91.640 582,860 252.24 48.93 56.19 

PIIRCHASFO SERVICES 82.364 26.883 64.678 173,925 50.50 16.48 39.66 



STATE FEDERAL 



S'IPPLICS t MATERIALS 120.379 143.604 207.901 471,883 73.81 88.05 127.47 

INSTRUCTIONAL EOuIP. 63.B12 28.747 22.906 115.465 39.12 17.63 14.04 

OTHER OBJECTS 4.033 12.203 65.872 82.108 2.47 7.48 40.39 

TnT4L 2.700.B31 656. »?6 902.723 4.260,390 1655.93 402.72 553.49 2,612.14 



FEOERAL 


365 


5 86 


79 


81 3 


26 


883 


1 43 


604 


28 


747 


12 


.'5? 


656 


836 




6.4 





PERCENT 


TOTAL 


OF TOTAL 


737.68 


6 6.5 


357.36 


13.7 


106.64 


4. 1 


239.33 


11.1 


70.79 


2. J 


50.34 


1.9 


612.14 


100.0 



PFRCFNT OF TOTAL 63.4 15.4 21.2 100. 



11-107 



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 



1933-84 
UNIT FINAL 



380 
380 
380 
380 
380 
390 



ENROLL 

ADM 

ADA 

MLD 

PRO* 

N-P 



118 
111 

97 
103 
108 



128 
122 
113 
121 
105 
16 



108 
106 

98 
104 

98 
6 



118 
112 
105 
111 
105 
6 



104 
95 
83 
92 
87 
5 



130 
125 
117 
122 
122 



111 
108 
102 
106 
106 



141 
130 
119 
128 
110 
13 



8 

134 
129 
117 
129 
124 
5 



103 

90 
81 
82 
79 
3 



10 

131 

126 
115 
120 
113 

7 



11 

127 
112 

100 

101 

99 

2 



12 THH EXCP TOTAL 



102 
98 
88 
99 
99 



1561 
1470 
1346 
1429 
1361 
68 



1984-85 
UNIT FIRST HO 

380 ENROLL 
380 ADM 
380 ADA 



1 



108 128 112 102 108 
106 128 113 102 108 
101 124 109 99 105 



B 



91 126 119 125 142 
91 125 118 124 139 
90 119 115 118 136 



11 



12 THH EXCP TOTAL 



82 


114 


103 


7 


1467 


80 


112 


101 


7 


1454 


77 


109 


96 


7 


1405 



1 960-64 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



380 GRAHA.i COUNTY 





MESICAN 
INDIAN 


BLACK 


MALE 
WHITE 


OTHER* 


TOTAL 


AMERICAN 
INDIAN 


BLACK 


FEMALE 
WHITE 


OTHER* 


TOTAL 




TOTAL 


a 


NUMBER 


PERCENT 


PU"LIC SR. INST NC 
PUBLIC SR. OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 












3 
I 
9 








8 
1 
9 


1 


1 







16 
2 
19 







17 
2 
19 


25 
3 

28 


25.3 

3.0 

28.3 


PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 


3 


























































0.0 
JO.O 
0.0 


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




1 

1 









? 

2 









3 

3 


2 


2 








6 

6 







8 


8 


8 

3 

11 


8.1 

3.0 
11. 1 


PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 



























































0.0 
0.0 
0.0 


TRADE, BUSINESS NC 
TRAO"=, BUSI OJTSTATE 
TOTAL 

























































0.0 
0.0 
0.0 


MILITARY 








<. 





<i 

















<. 


4.0 


EMPLOYMENT 








18 





18 








7 





7 


25 


25.3 


OMtRS • • 


5 





7 





12 








19 





19 


31 


31.3 


CRANO TOTAL «•• 


6 





*0 





<,6 


3 





50 





53 


99 


100.0 



11-108 



Graham 



1984-65 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGN4ENT SOURCE OF FUNDS SF X RACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 

CLASSIFICATION STATE FEDERAL LCCAL VOCAT TOTAL MALE FEMALE WHITE BLACK OTHER 

OFFICIAL. ADMS..-GRS. 4 4 2 2 4 

PRINCIPAL 5 3 3 3 3 

ASST PRINC, TEACHING 

ASST PRINC. NONTEACHING 2 2 2 2 

FIEMFNTARY TEACHERS 41 2 43 11 32 43 

SECONDARY TEACHERS 15 1 11 27 1* 13 27 

DTHFR TFACHERS 9 4 13 4 9 13 

GUIDANCE 

PSYCHOLOGICAL 

L I1RARIAN, AUDIOVISUAL 1 111 

CONSULT ANT, SUPER VISOR 

OTHER PROFESSIONAL 1 111 

TEACHER AIDES 22 7 3 4 36 36 32 4 

TECHNICIANS 1 111 

CLER KAL .SECRETAR IAL 6 4 10 1 9 13 

SERVICE WORKERS 19 16 35 IB 17 33 2 

SKILLED CRAFTS 2 2 2 2 

I AflORFRS .UNSKILL ED 

TOTAL 126 11 26 15 178 57 121 17? f, 

» VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE, 
22. 64t>CT FROM LOCAL. AND 10.08PCT FROM FEOERAL FUNDS. 



1963-64 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



total 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED 


BY SOURCE 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


1.782.834 


216. 506 


375.206 


46.849 


55.731 


5.795 


114.770 


78.787 


64,258 


6,824 


248 


9 


2.393.046 


354, 770 


69.9 


10.4 



1 FA ADM STATE FEDERAL LOCAL TOTAL STATE FEOERAL LOCAL 
GRAHAM COUNT 

,,6S I. 782. 834 216.506 280.796 2.280,135 1212.81 147.28 191.02 1.551.11 

FMPIOYFE RFNFFITS 375.206 46,849 65,426 487,481 255.24 31.87 44.51 

PURCHASED SERVICES 55.731 5.795 98,591 160.117 37.91 3.94 67.07 

PLIFS I MATFPIALS 114,770 78.787 206,512 400,068 78.07- 53.60 140.48 

INSTRUCTIONAL EOUIP. 64.258 6.824 16.005 87,088 43.71 4.64 10.89 

THFR OBJECTS 248 S 8.026 8.283 .17 .01 5.46 

675,355 3.423,172 1627.91 241.34 459.43 2,328.68 



:nditure 


PERCENT 


TOTAL 


OF TOTAL 


551.11 


66.6 


331.62 


14.3 


109.92 


4.7 


2 72.15 


11. 7 


59.24 


2.5 


5.64 


.2 



FNT OF TOTAL 69.9 10.4 19.7 100.0 



11-109 



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 





1983-8* 


































UNIT 


FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


T*H 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


390 


ENROLL 


44 2 


492 


460 


478 


477 


548 


496 


585 


619 


648 


504 


515 


465 


30 


14 


6773 


390 


AOM 


432 


483 


453 


473 


472 


537 


486 


573 


608 


609 


489 


5 07 


454 


29 


15 


6620 


390 


ADA 


405 


460 


435 


455 


454 


516 


464 


544 


578 


570 


463 


477 


430 


27 


13 


6291 


390 


MLO 


430 


481 


457 


467 


470 


533 


482 


564 


598 


574 


478 


496 


449 


28 


17 


6524 


390 


PROM 


413 


418 


420 


452 


458 


513 


435 


497 


557 


517 


433 


457 


417 


18 


9 


6019 


3^0 


N-P 
1984-85 


12 


63 


37 


15 


12 


20 


47 


67 


41 


57 


45 


39 


32 


10 


3 


505 


UNIT 


FIRST "0 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


tl 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


390 


ENROL t 


♦ 27 


498 


467 


4 39 


477 


4 76 


566 


■525 


539 


625 


555 


451 


4R8 


25 


17 


6575 


390 


AO* 


422 


497 


468 


437 


477 


476 


563 


519 


534 


614 


545 


442 


484 


25 


11 


6521 


390 


AOA 


410 


485 


457 


426 


468 


466 


544 


499 


515 


585 


517 


416 


458 


23 


15 


6 28 4 



1983-84 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



393 GRANVILLE COUNTY 



PU2LIC SR. INST NC 
PUBLIC SR. OUT-STATE 
TUTAL 

PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SK. OUTSTATE 
TuTjl 

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

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

TRADE, BUSINESS NC 
TkACE. BUSI OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

MILITARY 

E*°LOYVENT 

OTxERi »• 

GRAND TOTAL ••• 



NUK3ER 


PERCENT 


86 


20.* 


6 


1.* 


92 


21.8 


16 


3.8 


6 


1.4 


22 


5.2 


86 


20. <. 


1 


0.2 


87 


20.6 


8 


1.9 





0.0 


8 


1.9 


15 


3.6 


7 


1.7 


22 


5.2 


39 


9.2 


137 


32.5 


15 


3.6 


<>22 


100. 



11-110 



Granville 



1964-65 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT SOURCE OF FUNDS SEX RACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 

CI ASS IFICATION STATE FEDERAL LCCAL VOCAT TOTAL KALE FEMALE WHITE BLACK OTHER 

TFFICIAL .A0«S..MGRS. 2 1 3 3 3 

PRINCIPALS 12 12 9 3 13 2 
ASST PRINC. TEACHING 

ASST PR! NC.NONTEACHINS 7 7 6 13". 

ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 155 13 148 19 149 123 45 

SECONDARY TEACHERS 68 3 28 99 43 56 71 28 

nTHFR TEACHERS 44 23 IS 1 74 17 57 53 21 

GUIDANCE 6 2 8 17 6 2 

PSYCHOLOGICAL 1 111 

I I3RAPIAN. AUDIOVISUAL 9 9 9 5 4 

CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 3 3 12 2 1 

OTHER PROFESSIONAL 2 7 15 2 3 2 3 

TEACHER AIDES 74 2 5 81 81 63 18 
TECHNICI ANS 

CLERICAL .SECRETAR IAL 12 1 23 1 37 1 36 31 6 

SERVICE WORKERS 23 90 113 29 84 35 78 

SKIILEO CRAFTS 10 5 15 15 13 2 
1 AP.ORERS.UNSKILL ED 

TOTAL 428 29 145 33 635 147 488 421 214 



VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARF PAIO APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE, 
22.64PCT FROM LOCAL. ANO 10.08PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1983-64 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE .......... PER PUPIL EXPENDITURE 

FINAL 

lF4 A0 ., STATE FFOERAL LOCAL TOTAL STATE FEOERAL LOCAL 

CRANVILLF COUNTY 6.620 

SAIARIFS 7.161.421 1.061.209 1.312.610 9.535,240 1081.79 160.30 198.28 1,440.37 66.3 

FMPLOYFF 1FNFFITS 1.497.721 249.720 302.476 2.049.917 226.24 37.72 45.69 309.65 14.2 

PURCHASED SERVICES 233.540 35.593. 307.190 576,322 35.28 5.38 46.40 87.06 4.0 

SUPPLIFS t MATERIALS 442.904 519.754 763.500 1.796.157 66.90 89.09 115.33 271.32 12.5 

137.220 20.675 86,485 244,379 20.73 3.12 13.06 36.91 1.7 

14,261 81.186 89.619 185.067 2.15 12.26 13.54 27.95 1.3 

Trust 9.437.066 2.038.137 2.861.879 14.387,081 1433.09 307.87 432.30 2,173.26 100.0 

PERCENT OF TOTAL 65.9 14.2 19.9 100.0 



INSTRUCTIONAL FOUI°. 
PTHTR 08JECTS 



11-111 



GREENE 

Earl Watson, Supt. 
301 Kingold Blvd. 
Snow Hill, N. C. 28580 

5 Elementary Schools 
1 Secondary School 

2nd Education District 




Pupil Accounting 





1983-84 


































UNIT 


FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


400 


ENROLL 


206 


2 50 


250 


2 36 


271 


263 


247 


277 


212 


274 


223 


165 


160 


7 


5 


3046 


400 


ADM 


20 3 


239 


241 


234 


268 


2 57 


244 


267 


209 


2 64 


213 


161 


156 


7 


5 


2968 


400 


ADA 


193 


231 


233 


228 


259 


248 


235 


249 


199 


243 


199 


152 


148 


6 


5 


2828 


400 


MLO 


202 


240 


240 


235 


266 


255 


247 


264 


205 


253 


202 


156 


153 


6 


7 


2931 


400 


PROM 


181 


196 


215 


224 


218 


222 


230 


200 


189 


193 


160 


136 


140 


6 


3 


2513 


400 


N-P 
1984-85 


21 


44 


25 


11 


48 


33 


17 


64 


16 


60 


42 


20 


13 




4 


418 


UNIT 


FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


400 


ENROLL 


235 


231 


223 


222 


276 


245 


240 


268 


219 


230 


216 


178 


144 


6 


7 


2940 


400 


ADM 


230 


227 


222 


222 


275 


244 


239 


271 


217 


226 


216 


174 


144 


6 


7 


2920 


400 


ADA 


222 


220 


218 


218 


268 


238 


234 


263 


210 


217 


207 


166 


138 


6 


7 


2832 



1963-84 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 

198* HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES INTENTIONS INCLUOING 1983 SUMMER SCHOOL 



400 GREENE COUNTY 



MALE 
WHITE 



FEMALE 
WHITE 



OTHER" TOTAL 



PU?LIC SR. INST NC 
PUBLIC SR. OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

CC -. M COLL. TECH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TJIAL 

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

TRADct BUSINESS NC 
TRAjE. BUSI OJTSTATE 
TUTAL 

MIL ITART 

EMPLOYMtNT 

OTHERS •• 

GRAUD TOTAL »«• 





TOTAL 


NUMBER 


PERCENT 


25 


17.0 


1 


0.7 


26 


17.7 


1 


0.7 


1 


0.7 


2 


1.4 


47 


32.0 





0.0 


47 


32.0 


4 


2.7 





0.0 


4 


2.7 





0.0 


2 


1.4 


2 


1.4 


22 


15.0 


29 


19.7 


15 


10.2 


147 


100.0 



11-112 



Greene 



1984-85 Public School Personnel Summory 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT 




SOURCE OF FUNDS 






SE» 


RACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 


classification 


STATE 


FEDERAL LOCAL 


vnCAT 


TOTAL 


MALE FEMALE 


WHITE BLACK OTHeit 



OFFICIAL .AD4S..MGPS. 
PKINCIPALS 
ASST PRINC, TEACHING 
ASST PRINC. NONTEACHING 
ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 
SFCONDARY TEACHERS 
TTHFR TEACHERS 
r.UI DAMCE 
PSYCHOLOGICAL 
I IBRARIAN, AUDIOVISUAL 
CONSUL TANT, SUPERVISOR 
OTHER PROFESSIONAL 
TEACHER AIOES 
TECHNICIANS 
CLERICAL .SECRETARIAL 
SERVICE WORKFRS 
SKILLED CRAFTS 
I ABOkERS.UNSK ILLED 
T"TAL 



VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPRCXI M ATE LY 67.28PCT FROM STATE, 
P2.64PCT FROM LHCAL, AND 10.D8PCT FROM FEOERAL FUNDS. 



1983-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 







AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE 






....... 


»». PER 


PUPIL E 


XPENDITURE 






FINAL 


















PERCENT 


1 F» 


ADM 


STATF 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


OF TOTAL 


f.RFFNF COUNTY 


2.968 




















SAI AftTFS 




3. 557.875 


709,179 


937,309 


5.204.363 


1198.75 


238.94 


315.80 


1,753.49 


67. 1 


FMPIOYFF BFNFFtTS 




715.658 


165.603 


207.936 


1 .109.197 


247.86 


55.80 


70.06 


373.72 


14.4 


PUOCHiSFO SFRVICf; 




93.541 


50.8 84 


262.473 


436.898 


31.52 


17.14 


88.43 


137.09 




SIIPPLlF'i t MATFRIALS 




263. 435 


306. 755 


235,902 


806,141 


88.78 


103.35 


79.48 


27t.61 


I 0. 4 


INSTRUCTIONAL Fail IP. 




131. ill 


19,773 


34.974 


156,380 


34.2* 


i.66 


11.78 


52.68 


2.0 


flTHFB nKIFTTS 




- )4 


41 ,?63 


28. 147 


70,211 


.21 


13.90 


9.4 5 


23.65 


. 9 


Tnr ai 




4. 75?. 196 


1.293.454 


1.706.741 


7,753,190 


1601.42 


435.79 


575.03 


2,612.24 


100.0 


PFRfFNT OF TOTAL 




61.3 


1 6. 7 


2 2 . C 


100. 













11-113 



GUILFORD 

Michael D. Priddy, Interim Supt. 
120 Franklin Blvd., P. 0. Drawer B-2 
Greensboro, N. C. 27402 



33 Elementary Schools 
8 Secondary Schools 
3 Combined Schools 

5th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1983-8* 
UNIT FINAL 



12 T M H EXCP TOTAL 



*10 ENROLL 1567 1688 160<t 1628 1692 1872 2031 2260 2299 2156 2026 182* 1729 



*10 ADM 

410 AOA 

*10 M.LO 

*10 PROM 

*10 N-P 

19 8*- 8 5 
UNIT FIRST MO 



1520 16*2 1566 1590 16*6 1829 19?9 220* 2251 2076 1915 17*2 1699 

1*25 1565 1*96 1523 1577 1753 1895 2081 2109 1959 1800 16*0 1596 

1515 16*9 1561 1587 16*1 1813 1981 2180 2227 2039 18*5 1700 1631 

1**3 1530 1507 1529 1600 1785 1922 20** 2070 1895 1588 15*0 16** 

59 136 157 I** 257 



72 119 



5* 



58 



*1 



160 



37 



*10 FNROLL 15*0 1678 1635 159* 1629 1655 188* 20*8 2218 2252 21*3 17*0 1669 
*10 ADM 1533 1673 1632 1582 162* 16*8 1875 2037 2205 22*7 2131 1722 1656 
*10 ADA 1*90 1628 1592 15** 1587 1608 1831 1968 212* 2153 2039 16*9 1593 



220 


2*596 


220 


23889 


2 00 


22619 


225 


2 36** 


167 


2226* 


58 


1380 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



170 
170 
163 



23PS5 
23735 
22969 



1 983-64 High School Graduate intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



410 GUILFORD COUNTY 









I 






MALE 










FEMALE 






TC 


TAL 






MERICAN 


BLACK 


WHITE 


OTHER. 


TOTAL 


AMERICAN 


BLACK 


WHITE 


OTHER. 


TOTAL 


NUMBER 


PERCENT 










INDIAN 










INDIAN 
















PUBLIC 


SR. 


INST 


NC 


1 


26 


193 


2 


222 





39 


250 


3 


292 


514 


31 


.0 


PU?LIC 


SR. 


DUT-ST 


ATE 





1 


3 





4 





1 


7 





8 


12 


0.7 


TOTAL 








1 


27 


196 


2 


226 





40 


257 


3 


300 


526 


31 


8 


PRIVATE 


SR. 


INST 


NC 





5 


« 





52 





10 


45 





55 


107 


6 


5 


PRIVATE 


SR. 


OUTSTATE 





3 


8 





11 





4 


6 





10 


21 


.1 


.3 


TOTAL 











3 


55 





63 





14 


51 





65 


128 


7 


7 


CO*M CO 


LLt 


TECH 


NC 


1 


38 


138 


1 


179 





36 


161 





197 


375 


22 


.6 


C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 























1 





1 


1 





1 


TOTAL 








1 


38 


131 


1 


178 





36 


162 





198 


376 


22 


.7 


PRT vaTE 


JR. 


COLL 


NC 





5 


11 





16 





2 


15 





17 


33 


2 





PRIVATE 


Jit. 


OUTSTATE 








2 





2 


1 





2 





3 


5 





3 


TOTAL 











5 


13 





19 


1 


2 


17 





20 


38 


2 


3 


TRADE, 


BUS I 


NESS 


NC 








8 





8 





6 


21 





27 


35 


2 


1 


TKAOC, 


BUS I 


OUTST 


ME 








7 





7 

















7 





4 


TOTAL 














15 





15 





6 


21 





27 


42 


2 


.5 


MILITARY 









22 


49 





71 





4 


7 





11 


82 


5 





EMPLOY!" 


ENT 









35 


152 


1 


188 


1 


33 


133 





167 


355 


21 


4 


OTHERS 


„ 






2 


12 


28 





42 





12 


54 


1 


67 


109 


6 


6 


GRAND TOTAL 


... 




4 


147 


646 


4 


801 


2 


147 


702 


4 


855 


1656 


100 






11-114 



Guilford 



1984-85 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



23 


17 


6 


15 


651 


*1 


6 10 


56'j 


35? 


1 30 


222 


314 


231 


73 


128 


1 tl 



ACTIVITY 4SSIGNMFNT SOURCE OF FUNDS SEX RACE/ETHNIC r.RIGI" 

CI ASS IFICATION STATE FEDERAL LCCAL VOCAT TOTAL MALE FEMALE WHITE BLACK 0^^ 

OFFICIAL. ADMS..MGRS. 5 2 9 16 7 9 11 3 

PRINCIPALS *4 44 35 9 37 7 

ASST PRINC. TEACHING 

ASST PRI NC.NONTEACHING 23 

FLEMENTARY TEACHERS 600 51 

SECONDARY TEACHERS 219 30 105 

OTHER TEACHERS 139 39 23 

GUIDANCE 36 1* 50 6 44 44 

PSYCHOL?f,ICAL 2 15 8 2 6 9 

I IRR AR IAN.AU0IOVISUAL 32 16 48 I 47 37 

CONS. II TANT. SUPERVISOR 5 3 2 10 3 7 7 

OTHFR PROFESSIONAL 6 7 13 7 6 11 

TFACHER A10ES 245 10 60 315 3 312 2*5 

TECHNICIANS 13 13 4 9 13 

CLERICAL .SECRETAR IAL 118 118 118 107 

SERVICE WORKERS 179 16* 3*3 11* 2 29 26* 

SKILLED CRAFTS 57 57 56 1 52 

L ARORERS.UNSK ILL ED 

TOTAL 1653 65 *39 135 2262 *99 1763 1915 



VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.23PCT FROM STATE, 
22.6*PCT FROM LOCAL. AND 10.08PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1983-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENOEO 8Y SOURCE .......... PE r pup IL EXPENDITURE 



I rj 


FINAL 
ADM 




STATE 


FEDERAL 




LOCAL 




TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


GUILFORD COUNTY 


23.889 
























SAl A»l FS 




3S 


783.012 


1 .765.023 


6 


293.602 


3? 


841.637 


1079.28 


73.88 


3*7.17 


1,500.33 


EMPLOYEE BFNFFITS 




5 


3*9.025 


372. *40 


1 


77*. 160 


7 


*95,625 


223.91 


15.59 


7*. 27 


313.77 


PURCHASED SFRVICFS 




1 


209.570 


63.994 


3 


3**. 932 


4 


618, *96 


50.63 


2.68 


1*0.02 


193.33 


SUPPLIES f. MATERIALS 




1 


439.504 


1. 127.216 


<i 


347.336 


6 


91*. 057 


60.26 


*7.19 


181.98 


289. *3 


INSTRUCTIONAI FOUIP. 






3*0.003 


21.277 




539.034 




900,315 


1*.23 


,89 


22.56 


37.68 


nrHFR nqjcrrs 






2.105 


156. 119 




423.594 




581 .818 


.CO 


6.5* 


17.73 


2*. 36 


TOTAL 




3* 


123.220 


3.506.070 


18 


722,658 


56 


351,9*8 


1*28. *0 


1*6.77 


783.73 


2,358.90 


PFPfFNT OF TOTAL 






60.6 


6.2 




33.2 




100.0 











63. 6 
I 3. 3 

8. ? 

i :. 3 
i. t 

1.0 

100.0 



11-115 



Greensboro 

Dr. Kenneth R. Newbold 

712 N. Eugene St., Drawer V 

Greensboro, N. C. 27402 

24 Elementary Schools 
5 Secondary Schools 
9 Combined Schools 

5th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 





1983-84 


UNIT 


FINAL 


411 


ENROLL 


411 


ADM 


411 


ADA 


411 


MLD 


411 


PROM 


411 


N-P 




1984-85 


UNIT 


FIRST MO 


411 


ENROLL 


411 


ADM 


411 


ADA 



8 



10 



11 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



1620 1698 1530 1567 1564 1660 1756 1944 1969 1835 1961 1726 1704 

1562 1646 1474 1529 1533 1616 1727 1874 1912 1785 1815 1583 1632 

1464 1560 1412 1462 1468 1539 1647 1771 1796 1639 1684 1466 1514 

1555 1638 1475 1523 1533 1601 1739 1358 1891 1780 1745 1486 1599 

1379 1419 1356 1433 1401 1457 1568 1684 1660 1646 1576 1414 1542 

144 171 174 



176 219 119 



95 132 



231 134 169 



8 



10 



72 



11 



217 


239 


22990 


210 


237 


22135 


190 


215 


20827 


206 


254 


21888 


206 


244 


19985 




10 


1903 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



1551 1627 1551 1473 1529 1538 1567 1821 1868 2062 1799 1687 1542 192 176 21933 
1527 1611 1538 1460 1518 1530 1558 1807 1853 2018 1765 1658 1521 191 172 21727 
1479 1566 1501 1425 1481 1487 1510 1749 1786 1904 1679 1581 1446 178 162 20934 



i 963-84 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



411 CREENSBORO CITY 









MALE 






AMERICAN 
INOIAN 


BLACK 


FEMALE 
WHITE 


OTHER" 


TOTAL 




TOTAL 


AMERICAN 
INOIAN 


BLACK 


WHITE 


OTHER* 


TOTAL 


NUMBER 


PERCENT 


PIF.LIC SR. INST NC 
PUrtLIC SR. CUT-STATE 
TOTAL 


1 

1 


75 

7 
82 


200 

18 

218 


3 

I 
4 


279 
26 
305 



I 
1 


140 

9 

149 


200 

17 

217 


1 
1 
2 


341 

28 

369 


620 

54 

674 


38.6 

3.4 

42.0 


PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OUTSTAT6 
TOT4L 







7 
7 
14 


33 

1* 
47 


2 


2 


42 
21 
63 







12 
4 
16 


54 
19 
73 







66 
23 

89 


108 
44 
152 


6.7 
2.7 
9.5 


CCWM COLL. TECH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 


1 



1 


39 

39 


43 

1 

*4 


1 


I 


84 

1 

85 






70 

1 

71 


48 

3 

51 


1 



1 


119 

4 

123 


203 
2 08 


12.6 
0.3 
13.0 


PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TUTAL 








2 
1 
3 


1 

5 


1 



1 


7 
2 
9 







4 
1 

5 


11 

1 
12 








15 
2 
17 


22 

4 
26 


1.4 

0.2 
1.6 


TRAJE. BUSINESS NC 
TRAJE, BUSI CJTSTATE 
TOTAL 








3 

2 
5 


4 
2 
6 







7 
4 
11 







10 
2 
12 


7 


7 







17 
2 

19 


24 

6 
30 


1.5 
0.4 
1 .9 


MILITARY 





78 


21 





99 





21 








21 


120 


7.5 


EMPLOYMENT 


1 


98 


72 


2 


173 


2 


82 


73 


1 


158 


331 


20.6 


OTHERS •• 





22 


9 





31 





22 


12 





34 


65 


4.0 


CRANQ TUTAL • •• 


3 


3*1 


422 


10 


776 


3 


378 


445 


4 


830 


1606 


100. 



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



11-116 



Greensboro 



1984-85 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



566 


14 


552 


390 


1 74 


6 1 i 


143 


*15 


430 


1 80 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT SOURCE OF FUNDS SEX RACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 

CLASSIFICATION STATE FEDERAL LOCAL VOCAT TOTAL HALE FEMALE WHITE BLACK OTHER 

OFFICIAL. ADMS..MGRS. 3 4 7 7 5 2 

PRINCIPALS 38 38 28 10 25 13 

ASST P3INC. TEACHING 

ASST PRINC.N0NTEACHIN5 23 13 36 27 9 20 16 

ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 479 41 

SFCDNOARY TEACHERS 398 t 

OTHER TEACHERS 25 « 

GUIDANCF 36 

PSYCHOLOGICAL 

L I3RARIAN. AUDIOVISUAL 30 

CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 7 ! 

OTHER PROFESSIONAL 11 I 

TFACHErf AIDES 256 13 

TECHN1C1 ANS 

CLES ICAL .SFCRETAR IAL 37 1 75 113 113 

SERVICE WORKERS 63 238 331 102 199 

SKILLFD CRAFTS 

I A80RERS. UNSKILLED 

TOTAL 1*06 8: 



75 


113 


239 


331 


32 


3. 1 



VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE. 
22.64PCT FROM LOCAL. AND 10.08PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1983-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 









AMOUNTS EXPE 


<0ED BY SOURCE 










....... 


... PER 


PUPIL E 


XPENDI TURE 


....... 


l F » 


F I M 41 
»OM 


STATF 


FEDERAL 




LOCAL 




TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


PERCENT 
OF TOTAL 


C.REFNSBORO CITY 


22 


135 
























SALARIES 






25.565.747 


2.515.357 


12 


563.221 


40 


643.825 


1154.97 


113.64 


567.57 


1,836.18 


70.2 


FMPLOYFF HFNFFITS 






5. 206. 5'6 


570. 386 


2 


569.140 


8 


346,052 


235.22 


25.77 


116.07 


377.06 


14. « 


PURCHASED SFRVICFS 






819.725 


69,113 


2 


702.548 


3 


591,387 


37.03 


3.12 


122.09 


162.24 


6. 2 


SIIPPLIFS C MJTFRIA 


S 




1 .289.856 


1 .048, 147 


2 


490, 337 


4 


828,541 


58.27 


47.36 


112.51 


218.14 


8. 3 


INSTRUCTION! FOIIIP. 




340.645 


11.813 




36.171 




388.628 


15.39 


.53 


1.63 


17.55 


. 7 


othfo obiftts 






269 


5.552 




108. 1 38 




1 13,959 


.31 


.25 


4.89 


5.15 


.2 


TOTAL 






33.222.268 


4.220.568 


20 


469,554 


57 


912,391 


1500.89 


190.67 


924.76 


2.616.32 


100.0 


PFRCFNT OF TnTAl 






57.4 


7.3 




3 5.3 




100.0 













11-117 



High Point 



Dr. 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 





1933-84 


































UNIT 


FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


T1H 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


412 


ENROLL 


614 


715 


635 


636 


684 


642 


687 


720 


727 


872 


766 


634 


598 


46 


126 


9102 


412 


AOM 


584 


688 


616 


617 


662 


618 


655 


637 


696 


816 


69 7 


583 


568 


45 


127 


8659 


412 


ADA 


546 


650 


587 


586 


631 


587 


619 


652 


658 


749 


654 


542 


529 


41 


115 


(5146 


412 


MLD 


584 


688 


619 


612 


651 


612 


644 


687 


690 


773 


660 


552 


552 


43 


132 


8504 


412 


PROM 


538 


596 


583 


583 


620 


597 


576 


638 


661 


568 


573 


452 


522 


43 


123 


7673 


412 


N-P 
1934-85 


46 


92 


36 


29 


31 


15 


68 


49 


29 


210 


87 


100 


30 




9 


831 


UNIT 


FIRST HO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


J-H 


FXC? 


TTTAL 


41? 


?N»OLL 


622 


677 


640 


611 


611 


645 


677 


650 


676 


876 


725 


638 


523 


51 


125 


A747 


412 


AOM 


612 


662 


6 34 


606 


609 


6 36 


674 


647 


671 


852 


709 


626 


517 


49 


1?2 


86.") 


412 


ADA 


591 


648 


620 


591 


593 


616 


648 


621 


644 


811 


679 


605 


500 


47 


1 16 


pno 



1963-84 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



412 HIGH POINT CITY 



WHITE OTHER* 



PUBLIC SR. INST NC 
PUILIC SR. OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. Ol/TSTATE 
TOTAL 

CC"M COLL, TECH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE J1. COLL NC 
PKIVATE JR. UUTSTaTE 
TOTAL 

TRAUE. BUSINESS NC 
TRADE, BUSI OJTSTATE 
TOTAL 

MILITARY 

EMPLOYMENT 

OTHERS •• 

GRAND TOTAL ••• 



UMBER 


PERCENT 


144 

14 

158 


26.0 
2.5 
28.5 


44 
12 
56 


7.9 
2.2 

10.1 


62 

1 

63 


11.2 
0.2 
11.4 


17 
3 

20 


3.1 
0.5 
3.6 


16 

9 

25 


2.9 
1.6 
A. 5 


50 


9.0 


157 


28.3 


25 


A. 5 


554 


100.0 



11-118 



High Point 



1964-65 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



AC1IVITY ASSIGNMENT SOURCE OF FUNDS SEX RACE/ETHNIC ORIGI' 



CLASSIFICATION STATE FEDERAL LOCAL 



OFFICIAL. ACMS..MGRS. 
PRINCIPALS 
ASST PRINC. TEACHING 
ASST PRINC. NONTEACHING 
?LE«ENTARY TEACHERS 
SECONDARY TEACHERS 
OTHFR TEACHERS 
GUIDANCE 
PSYCHOLOGICAL 
L I BR AR I AN. AUDIOVISUAL 
CONSULTANT. SUPER VISOR 
CTHFR PROFESSIONAL 
TFACHEP. AIDES 
TFCHNICI ANS 
CLFRICAL.SECRETAKlAL 
SERVICE WORKERS 
SKHLFD CRAFTS 
L A BORERS .UNSKILLED 
T1TAL 



» VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPRCX I MATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE. 
22. 64PCT FROM LOCAL. AND 10.D8PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1983-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED OY SOURCE «»••»•«»»« per PUPIL EXPENDITURE 

FINAL 

IFA ADM STATE FEDERAL LOCAL TOTAL STATE FEDERAL LOCAL 

HIGH POINT r.I TY 8.659 

SAls^Fs 9.830.611 1.084.606 4.698.582 15,613.798 1135.31 125.26 542.62 1,803.19 68.7 

FMPLOYFE RFNcfitS 2,047.277 243.546 994.042 3.284,865 236.43 28.13 114.80 379.36 14.4 

PURCHASED SERVICES 277.564 44,423 921.418 1,243,405 32.05 5.13 106.41 143.59 5.5 

SUPPLIES t. MATFRIALS 412.342 429.909 1.452.582 2.294,833 47.62 49.65 167.75 265.02 10.1 

INSTRUCTIONAL EOUIP. 71.159 116.682 31.387 219.228 8.22 13.46 3.62 25.32 1.0 

OTHFR nR.IFCTS 3.465 1.404 65.897 70,766 .40 .16 7.61 8.17 .3 

TnTJl 12.642.418 1.920,570 8.163.908 22.726,895 1460.03 221.81 942.81 2,624.65 100.0 

PFBCFNT OF TOTAL 55.6 8.5 35.9 100.0 



11-119 



HALIFAX 

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

15 Elementary Schools 
2 Secondary Schools 

3rd Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1983-84 
UNIT FINAL 



420 

420 
420 
420 
420 
420 



ENROLL 

ADM 

AOA 

MLO 

PROM 

N-P 



1984-85 
UNIT FIRST MO 

420 ENROLL 
420 AOM 
420 AOA 



520 
512 
475 
518 
514 
4 



556 
543 
517 
542 
4 89 
53 



552 

532 

509 

526 

484 

42 



516 569 532 
511 562 525 

489 545 507 



538 
528 
504 
526 
506 
20 



544 
528 
506 
530 
513 
17 



5 74 
561 
537 
559 
552 
7 



541 
534 
502 
538 
516 
22 



572 
559 
511 

558 

504 

54 



8 

540 
525 
484 
525 
506 
19 



564 
519 
456 
498 
324 
174 



10 

705 
635 
546 
592 
444 
148 



11 

543 

500 
444 
483 
410 
73 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



463 
445 
402 
440 
418 
22 



61 
60 
55 
59 
49 
10 



2Z 

20 
18 
20 

20 



7295 
7001 
6466 
6914 
6249 
665 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



513 


525 


515 


564 


557 


507 


666 


476 


455 


464 


46 


13 


6918 


501 


513 


510 


556 


550 


497 


645 


457 


435 


439 


45 


13 


6759 


486 


495 


496 


532 


518 


461 


579 


399 


385 


393 


42 


12 


6339 



1963-64 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



420 HALIFAX CCUNTY 



WHITE OTHER* 



NUM3ER 


PERCENT 


86 


19.4 


3 


0.7 


89 


20.1 


to 


2.3 





•0.0 


10 


2.3 


96 


21.7 


7 


1.6 


103 


23.3 


3 


0.7 





CO 


3 


0.7 


8 


1.8 


T 


1 .6 


15 


3.* 


71 


16.0 


1013 


24.4 


«<. 


9.9 


443 


100.0 



PUJLIC SR. INST NC 
PUBLIC SR. OUT-STATE 
TJTAL 

PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OJTSTATE 
TOTAL 

CO',1 COLL. TECH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE JR. CULL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

TRAOEi aUSINFSS NC 
TKADF, BUS! UUTSTATE 
TUIAL 

MIL ITARY 

EMPLOYMENT 

OTHIRS •• 

CKANO TOTAL ••• 



11-120 



Halifax 



1984-85 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT 




SOURCE OF FUNDS 






SEK 


RACE/ETHNIC CRIGIN 


CI ASSIFICATION 


STATE 


FEOERAL LOCAL 


VOC AT 


TOTAL 


MALE FEMALE 


WHITE BLACK OTHFP 



OFFICIAL .ADMS..MGRS. 
PRINCIPALS 
ASST PRINC. TEACHING 
ASST PRINC. NO.NTEACHIMG 
ELEMENTARY TFACHEPS 
SECONOARY TEACHERS 
OTHER TEACHERS 
fi IIOANCE 
PSYCHOLOGICAL 
I IBRARIAN.AUOIOV ISUAL 
CONSULTANT. SUPER VISOR 
OTHER PROFESSIONAL 
TEACHER AIDES 
TFCHN ICI ANS 
CLERICAL .SECRETAR I AL 
SERVICE WORKERS 
SKILLED CRAFTS 
1 A BORERS .UNSKILLED 
TOTAL 



218 
52 



• VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAIO APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE, 
22.64PCT FROM LOCAL. AND 13.08PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNOS. 



1980-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED RY SOURCE 



I F A 
HALIFAX COUNTY 
SAL ARIFS 

EMPLOYEE RFNEFITS 
PURCHASED SERVICES 
SUPPLIES C MATERIALS 
INSTRUCTIONAL EOUIP. 
OTHFR nn.lFCTS 
TOTAL 
PERCENT PF TOTAL 



F INAL 










ADM 




STATE 




FEDERAL 


7.001 












B 
I 


177.601 
699. 31* 
66. au 
736. 140 
179.921 
2.394 


2 


.137.075 
509,174 
111 .770 
923.300 
12.866 
105,654 




10 


861. 384 
64.8 


3 


799.840 
22.6 



992,066 

210.894 

492.301 

356.120 

13.804 

50.923 

,116.109 

12.6 





TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


PERCENT 
OF TOTAL 


1 1 


.306,742 


1168.06 


305.25 


141.70 


1.615.01 


67.4 


2 


,419,383 


242.72 


72.7 3 


30.12 


345.57 


1 4. 5 




670,085 


1 .43 


15.96 


70.32 


95.71 


4. 


2 


015,561 


105.15 


131.88 


50.8 7 


287.90 


12. C 




206.591 


25.70 


1 .84 


1.17 


29.51 


1.2 




158,972 


.34 


15.09 


7.27 


22.70 


. 9 


16 


777,332 

100.0 


1551.40 


542.75 


302.25 


2.396.40 


100.0 



11-121 



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 



1983-84 
UNIT FINAL 



421 

421 

421 
42 1 
421 



ENROLL 

AOM 

ADA 

MLD 

PROM 

N-P 



201 
192 
181 
194 
185 
9 



194 
187 
178 
188 
176 
12 



203 
197 
188 
196 
185 
11 



165 
156 
151 
156 
151 
5 



212 
201 
192 
199 
195 



219 
213 
203 
212 

211 
1 



224 
218 
206 
217 
199 
18 



241 
233 
219 
2 30 
210 
20 



213 
207 
195 
206 
201 
5 



219 
212 

200 
205 
205 



10 

207 
198 
186 
192 
192 



11 

211 
201 
191 
192 
192 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



174 
161 
152 
155 
148 
7 



15 
15 
13 
15 
15 



2693 
2591 
2455 
2557 
2465 
92 



1914-85 
UNIT FIRST MO 

4?1 ENROLL 
4>1 AOH 
421 ADA 



12 T»H EXCP TOTAL 



183 208 183 204 164 197 230 228 214 217 212 119 207 
183 208 183 203 164 195 230 225 212 215 211 188 206 
178 203 177 199 160 191 222 216 205 208 ?03 182 196 



11 


2 '54 


IB 


2ftM 


16 


2556 



421 ROANOKE RAPIDS CITY 



1983-64 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 





AMERICAN 
INDIAN 


BLACK 


WHITE 


OTHER. 


TOTAL 


AMERICAN 

INDIAN 


SLACK 


WHITE 


OTHER* 


TOTAL 


NUMBER 


PERCENT 


pu;lic sr. 

PUiLIC SR. 
TOTAL 


INST NC 
OUT-STATE 












25 

25 







25 

25 







1 


1 


18 

1 

19 







19 

1 
20 


44 

1 

45 


29.3 
0.7 
30.0 


PRWATE SR. 
PRIV«TE SR. 
TOTAL 


INST NC 

OJTSTATE 











1 
1 


6 
4 
10 








6 
5 
11 













6 
2 

8 








6 
2 

8 


12 

7 
19 


8.0 
4.7 
12.7 


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












9 

9 








9 







1 



1 


25 


25 







26 

26 


35 

35 


23.3 

0.0 

23.3 


PRIVATE JR. 
PRIVATE JR. 
TOTAL 


COLL NC 

OuTSTATE 










a 




1 


I 







1 

1 












4 








4 


4 


5 

5 


3.3 
0.0 
3.3 


TRAOE. 3USI 
TRADE. DUSI 
TOTAL 


NESS NC 
OUTSTATE 







































1 
2 
3 







1 
2 
3 


1 
2 
3 


0.7 
1.3 
2.0 


MILITARY 







3 


4 





7 





1 








I 


8 


5.3 


EMPLOYMENT 







4 


14 





18 





1 


4 





5 


23 


15.3 


OTHERS • • 










1 





1 








11 





11 


12 


8.0 


GRAND TOTAL 


... 





8 


64 





72 





4 


74 





78 


150 


100.0 



11-122 



Roanoke Rapids 

1984-85 Public School Personnel Summory 

(Full-time personnel only) 

ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT SOURCE OF FUNDS SEX RACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 

CLASSIFICATION STATE FEDERAL LOCAL VOC AT TOTAL HALE FEMALE WHITE SLACK OTHER 

OFFICIAL .ACMS..MGRS. 3 2 5 3 2 5 

poiNCI°ALS 5 5 5 5 

ASST PRINC, TEACHING 

ASST PRINC.NONTEACHING * * 3 1 * 

ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 70 R 13 2 90 6 8* 87 3 

SECONDARY TEACHERS 31 1 11 43 19 2* *2 1 

OTHFR TEACHERS 10 * 1* 8 6 14 

GUIDANCE 2 2 4 2 2* 

PSYCHOLOGICAL 1 111 

L I BR AR I AN. AUDIOVISUAL 5 5 5*1 

CONSULT A NT. SUPER VISOR 

OTHEP PROFESSIONAL 11 2 112 

TEACHER AIDES 32 3 10 2 47 47 44 3 

TECHNICI ANS 

CLERICAL. SECRFTAR IAL * 1 1 3 18 18 13 

SERVICE WORKERS 13 20 33 13 20 11 22 

SKILLED CRAFTS 

LABORERS. UNSKILLED 

TOTAL 190 14 62 15 271 61 210 2*1 30 

* VOCATIONAL TEACHERS* SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE, 

22. 64PCT FRUM LOCAL. AND 10.08PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1983-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 







AMOUNTS EXPENOED 


BY SOURCE 






....... 


•»• PER 


PUPIL EXPENDITURE 






FINAL 


















PERCENT 


I f< 


AD V . 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


STATE 


FEOERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


OF TOTAL 


RPANOKE RAPIDS CI 


2.591 




















SALARIES 




2.90*. 049 


276,392 


922.305 


4,102,7*6 


1120.82 


106.67 


355.96 


1,583.45 


71.2 


EMPLOYE? 8FNFFITS 




611.70* 


61,*82 


20*. 772 


877,958 


236.09 


23.73 


79.03 


338.85 


15. 7 


Pliar.MASFD SERVICES 




87.454 


15,61* 


211.816 


31*. 883 


33.75 


6.03 


81.75 


121.53 


5.5 


S'IPPLIFS ', MATERIALS 




98. 358 


99.7*5 


182.116 


369,169 


37.9* 


3*. 25 


70.29 


142.48 


6. 4 


INSTRUCTIONAL FOUIP. 




15,539 


23.*95 


13.131 


52,165 


6.00 


9.07 


5.2 7 


20.14 


. ■> 


PTHFR nRJECTS 




759 


8.677 


32. 154 


*1,590 


.29 


3. 35 


12.41 


16.05 


. 7 


TOTAL 




3.717.913 


* 7* , * 06 


1.566.294 


5.758,513 


143*. 89 


183. 10 


60*. 51 


2,222.50 


100.0 


PERCFNT OF TOTAL 




6*. 6 


a .2 


2 7.2 


100.0 













11-123 



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 





1983-34 


































UNIT 


FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


422 


ENROLL 


90 


106 


82 


110 


129 


91 


105 


128 


115 


139 


110 


97 


98 


7 




1407 


422 


ADM 


90 


102 


83 


103 


124 


90 


99 


124 


109 


122 


105 


92 


97 


8 




1348 


422 


ADA 


84 


97 


80 


99 


118 


86 


96 


118 


103 


112 


98 


87 


90 


8 




1276 


422 


MLO 


90 


101 


84 


105 


121 


88 


96 


124 


106 


113 


10 I 


90 


93 


9 




1321 


422 


PROM 


84 


96 


83 


99 


96 


86 


85 


86 


85 


68 


53 


74 


89 


9 




1099 


422 


N-P 
1984-85 


6 


5 


1 


6 


25 


2 


11 


38 


21 


45 


43 


16 


4 






223 


UNIT 


FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


422 


ENROLL 


95 


90 


94 


94 


120 


103 


97 


112 


114 


141 


107 


82 


77 


10 




1336 
1296 
1250 


$22 
422 


AOM 


92 


86 


92 


91 


117 


101 


96 


107 


112 


134 


103 


80 


75 


10 




ADA 


88 


84 


90 


88 


113 


99 


93 


105 


106 


125 


99 


77 


74 


9 





1983-84 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



422 WELDON CITY 



PUBLIC SR. INST NC 
PLT'LIC SR. OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE SR. IMST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

CD"« COLL, TECH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

TRADE, BUSINESS NC 
TK^E, BUSI OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

MILITARY 

EMPLOYMENT 
OTHERS »o 
GKANO TOTAL «•• 



NUMBER 


PERCENT 


14 


14 


16.3 
0.0 
16.3 


5 
1 
6 


5.8 
1.2 
7.0 


16 

5 

21 


18.6 

5.8 

24.4 


1 


1 


1.2 
0.0 
1.2 




4 
4 


0.0 
4.7 
4.7 


24 


27.9 


2 


2.3 


14 


16.3 


86 


100.0 



11-124 



We Idon 



1984-65 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



SCTIVITY ASSIGNMENT 




SOURCE OF FUNDS 






SI « 


RACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 


CLASS IF1C1T ION 


STATE 


FEDERAL LOCAL 


VOCAT 


TOTAL 


MALE FEMALE 


WHITE BLACK OTHER 



OFF 1C IAL .ADMS..MGRS. 
PRINCIPALS 
4SST PRINC. TEACHING 
ASST PRINC. NONTEACHING 
ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 
SECONDARY TEACHERS 
OTHER TEACHERS 
GUIDANCF 
PSYCHOLOGICAL 
L TBRARIAN. AUDIOVISUAL 
CONSUL TAN T . SUPER V I SOR 
OTHER PROFESSIONAL 
TEACHER AIOES 
TECHNICIANS 
CLERICAL. SECRETARIAL 
SERVICE WORKERS 
SKILLFO CRAFTS 
I ABORERS .UNSKILLED 
TOTAL 



VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE, 
??.64PCT FROM LOCAL. AND ID.08PCT FROt FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1983-64 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE .......... p ER p UPa E kp END i IURE 

LOCAL TOTAL STATE FEDERAL LOCAL 





FINAL 




IFA 


ADM 


STATE 


FLDON CITY 


1.348 




SSI sniF^ 




t .689.028 


FMPLOYFF RFNFFITS 




349.513 


PIIRCHA^FD SF9VICFS 




34.570 


S'IPPL IFS C MATFRTALS 




98. 15? 


INSTRUCTIONAL FOUIP. 




31.9)7 


nTHFO OB.IFCTS 




1 


TOTAL 




2.203.209 


PFRrFHT OF TDTAl 




45.2 



FEDERAL 


W 


995 


77 


311 


20 


•>43 


13? 


<,f,Q 


19 


Tib 


22 


761 


587 


V79 




7.4 



240.567 


2 


.244,590 


125? 


99 


233 


6fl 


178 


46 


1,665 


1 3 


66 


'. 


53.610 




480,441 


259 


28 


57 


36 


3<i 


7 7 


3 16 


4 1 


1 4 


2 


179.412 




234,622 


25 


61 


15 


31 


133 


10 


1 74 


06 


6 


9 


80.540 




311.162 


7? 


g i 


91 


27 


51 


75 


210 


83 


9 


2 


4. 146 




55,879 


23 


09 


14 


69 


3 


08 


41 


46 


1 


7 


lit 119 




53,889 




01 


16 


31 


21 


09 


39 


91 


1 


6 


589.395 


3 


380,583 


1634 


43 


4 36 


19 


437 


25 


2,507 


P7 


100. 





1 7. 4 




100.0 























11-125 



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 





1983-84 


































UNIT 


FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


430 


ENROLL 


933 


953 


902 


916 


936 


906 


917 


1003 


911 


1020 


873 


797 


754 


42 


107 


11970 


430 


A0M 


875 


912 


863 


879 


910 


888 


893 


972 


837 


959 


826 


769 


732 


43 


111 


11519 


430 


AOA 


815 


858 


822 


837 


870 


845 


850 


924 


834 


890 


766 


705 


675 


39 


97 


10827 


430 


MLO 


872 


898 


862 


873 


907 


887 


891 


970 


876 


926 


791 


756 


723 


41 


113 


I 13 86 


430 


P*OM 


80b 


330 


319 


848 


871 


859 


873 


931 


864 


829 


716 


731 


704 


22 


109 


10812 


430 


N-P 
1934-85 


66 


68 


43 


25 


36 


28 


18 


39 


12 


97 


75 


25 


19 


19 


4 


574 


UNIT 


FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


430 


FNROLL 


894 


887 


888 


862 


900 


910 


894 


911 


961 


963 


919 


713 


774 


■«9 


133 


11641 


430 


A 01 


882 


880 


881 


854 


893 


903 


889 


906 


953 


950 


909 


701 


764 


40 


no 


1 1535 


430 


AOA 


853 


853 


858 


834 


870 


881 


865 


878 


924 


904 


866 


666 


715 


37 


121 


11125 



1963-84 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



430 HARNETT COUNTY 



TOTAL 


NUM3ER 


PERCENT 


61 


111 


16.0 


2 


3 


0.4 


63 


114 


16. 4 


27 


42 


6.0 


1 


6 


■0.9 


23 


«,e 


6.9 


109 


182 


26.2 


2 


3 


0.4 


111 


185 


26.6 



PUBLIC SR. INST NC 
PUBLIC SR. UUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

COMM CCLL. TECH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

TRi *, BUSINESS NC 
TRAUEi 6USI OUTSTATE 
TOIAL 

MILITARY 

EMPLOYMENT 
OTHERS •« 
GRAND TUTAL ••• 



0.9 
1.0 

1.9 

9.8 

30.5 

6.0 

100. 



11-126 



Harnett 



1984-85 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



activity assignmfnt source of funds sex race/ethnic oiugin 

classification state federal local voc at total male female white black othe 

official .adms.. mors. 7 1 2 1 ii 8 3 10 1 

principals 21 21 18 3 15 6 

asst princ.tfaching 9 9 5 <. 6 1 

asst princ.nonteaching 4 * 2 2 3 1 

fle-fntary teachers 295 19 1 315 23 292 243 66 

secondary teachers 130 14 3 44 191 83 108 153 29 

other teachers 26 3 29 28 1 29 

guidance 11 4 15 1 14 10 4 

psychological 12 3123 

1 irrarian. audiovisual 17 17 17 17 

consultant, supervisor 2 2 1 5 5 4 1 

pthfr professional 16 16 8 8 10 6 

teacher aides 150 5 9 164 4 160 116 46 

technicians 1 11 1 

cl erical .secretarial 28 1 18 47 1 46 44 3 

service workers 165 165 39 126 95 69 

skilled crafts 38 38 38 34 4 
i arorfrs .unskillet 

TOTAL 920 47 35 49 1351 260 791 793 239 1 



VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE. 
22.64PCT FROM LOCAL, AND 10.08PCT FROM FEOERAL FUNDS. 



1983-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED 8Y SOURCE •••»»•»»•« PEP PUPIL EXPENDITURE 



FINAL 



«BNFTT COUNTY 11.519 

SAIARIFS 12.409.270 1.444.754 1.893,143 

FMPI.OYEE BENEFITS 2.583.802 329.955 413.856 

PURCHASED SERVICES 251. ABO 28,997 490,093 

SUPPLIES C MATFRIALS 713,635 659.409 1.396.715 

INSTRUCTIONS! FOUIP. 277.640 50.925 18,073 

OTHFR OB.IFC.TS 32,578 64,905 122.271 

TOTAL 16.268.616 2.576.945 4.334.151 

PERCENT DF TOTAL 70.2 11. 1 18.7 















PERCENT 




TOTAL 


STATE 


FEOERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


OF TOTAL 


1 5 


747,167 


1077.29 


125.42 


164.35 


1,367.06 


6 7.9 


3 


326.614 


224.31 


28.56 


35.93 


289.80 


14. 5 




770,770 


21 .85 


2.5: 


42.55 


66.92 


3. 3 


2 


768,759 


61.95 


57.16 


121.25 


240.36 


11.9 




346,638 


24.10 


4.42 


1.^7 


30.09 


1. 5 




219,754 


2.83 


5.53 


10.61 


19.07 


.9 


23 


1 79,702 
100.0 


1412.33 


223.71 


376.26 


2,012.30 


100.0 



11-127 



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 



1983-84 
UNIT FINAL 



440 
440 
440 

440 

440 
440 



ENROLL 

AOM 

ADA 

MLO 

PROM 

N-P 



1984-85 
UNIT FIRST MO 

440 ENROLL 

440 ADM 
440 ADA 



532 
503 
46 2 
504 
495 
9 



498 
493 
473 



559 
523 
492 
520 
4 84 
36 



567 

564 
545 



564 
543 
516 
535 
519 
16 



499 

496 
485 



585 
558 
533 
563 
543 
20 



604 
578 
554 
578 
569 
9 



675 
651 
623 
645 
640 
5 



557 567 592 
552 564 586 
537 547 570 



638 
622 
593 
62 3 
62 3 



742 
719 
679 
718 
696 
22 



8 

729 

704 
658 
694 
661 
33 



771 
724 
676 
696 
617 
79 



758 
715 
672 
693 

689 
4 



11 12 TMH 6XCP TOTAL 



6 79 
639 
598 
615 
610 
5 



576 
551 
512 
538 
518 
20 



17 
18 
16 

17 
17 



139 
144 
134 
141 
129 
12 



8568 
3192 
7718 

eoeo 

7810 
270 



12 TMH FXCP TOTAL 



658 


661 


738 


742 


690 


697 


622 


19 


121 


8228 


654 


656 


732 


736 


684 


690 


617 


20 


120 


8164 


635 


634 


705 


705 


658 


658 


585 


19 


116 


7872 



4<.0 HAYWOOD COUNTY 



1963-84 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



NUMBER 


PERCENT 


115 

11 

126 


22.1 
2.1 

Z<,.2 


7 
5 
12 


1.3 
1.0 
2.3 


190 

6 

196 


36.5 

1.2 

37.7 


6 

6 


1.2 

o.o 

1.2 


8 
1 


1.5 
0.2 
1.7 


28 


5.<. 


103 


19.8 


<>0 


7.7 


520 


100.0 



PUBLIC SR. INST NC 
PUBLIC SR. OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OJTSTATE 
TOTAL 

CO"M COLLt TECH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE JR. CULL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

TRAOE. BUSINESS NC 
TP.AOE, BUSI OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

MILITARY 

EMPLOYMENT 
OTHERS »« 
GRANO TOTAL «»» 



101 





101 


4 





<t 


105 





105 



11-128 



Haywood 



1984-65 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT 




SOURCE OF FUNDS 




SC< 


RACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 


CLASS IFICATION 


STATE 


FEDERAL LOCAL VOC AT 


TOTAL 


HALE FEMALE 


WHITE 8LACK 0THE4 



OFFICIAL .AOMS..MGR S. 5 3 19 5 4 9 

PRINCIPALS 16 16 14 2 16 

ASST PPINC. TEACHING 

ASST PRINC.NONTEACHING 11 1 1 7 4 11 

FLEMENTARY TEACHERS 151 7 16 174 3 166 172 

SECONDARY TEACHEkS 126 4 19 149 62 87 148 

PTHFR TFACHFRS 53 14 9 38 114 42 72 114 

G'JIOANCE 10 1 11 5 6 11 

PSYCHOLOGICAL 1 111 

I IBRARIAN. AUDIOVISUAL 13 4 17 2 15 17 

CONSULTANT. SUPERVISOR 2 1 3 3 3 

OTHFR PROFESSIONAL 3 3 6 6 6 

TEACHER AIDES 94 20 7 2 123 123 122 

TECHNICIANS 5 5 14 5 

CLERICAL .SECRETARIAL 23 24 47 47 47 

SFPVICF WORKERS 52 77 129 38 91 127 

SKIILED CRAFTS 9 19 28 28 21 

I ADORERS .UNSK ILLEC 

TOTAL 568 46 187 42 843 212 631 837 

* VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE, 
22.64PCT FROM LOCAL. AND 10.08PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1980-64 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



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



27.07 65.33 

2.83 74.86 

46.16 131.41 

5.35 8.29 

5.87 11.30 



l F 1 


FINAL 
ARM 




STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 




TOTAL 


STATE 


HAYWOOD COUNTY 


8. 192 
















SALARIES 




■J 


173.275 


990,851 


2.394.211 


12 


558,338 


1119.78 


FMPLOYFF BENEFITS 




I 


917,281 


221,727 


535.171 


? 


674,179 


234.04 


PURCHASED SERVICES 






328.275 


23,157 


613.217 




964,650 


40.07 


SIJPPLIFS T. MATERIALS 






439.601 


378. 171 


1.076.526 


1 


894,298 


53.66 


INSTRUCTIONAL E01IIP. 






162.202 


43,866 


67.913 




273,981 


19.80 


OTHFO OBJECTS 






1.732 


4B, 102 


92.535 




142.419 


.2.' 


TOTAL 




1 ,' 


022.417 


1.705,874 


4.779.573 


IB 


507,864 


1467.57 


PFRCFNT OF TOTAL 






b',.0 


'5.2 


25.8 




100. 





326.44 


1". 


4 


117.76 


b 


2 


231.23 


10 


2 


33.44 


1 


5 


17.39 




B 



11-129 



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 





1933-84 


































UNIT 


FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


450 


ENROLL 


601 


677 


652 


695 


646 


710 


731 


818 


768 


786 


762 


592 


626 




31 


9095 


450 


ADM 


557 


621 


608 


643 


612 


675 


699 


770 


741 


744 


697 


545 


592 




32 


S536 


45 


ADA 


502 


579 


571 


604 


500 


637 


655 


7 14 


683 


685 


642 


506 


545 




26 


7929 


450 


MLD 


53 7 


616 


604 


633 


606 


677 


702 


765 


732 


734 


670 


522 


577 




33 


8408 


450 


PROM 


527 


561 


579 


623 


597 


667 


700 


715 


700 


704 


607 


488 


561 




33 


8062 


450 


N-P 
1984-85 


10 


55 


25 


10 


9 


10 


2 


50 


32 


30 


63 


34 


16 






3 46 


UNIT 


FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


450 


ENROLL 


579 


652 


625 


626 


658 


643 


684 


777 


790 


751 


762 


643 


535 




26 


97M 


450 


AOM 


565 


641 


616 


616 


650 


640 


680 


772 


783 


743 


752 


634 


531 




?6 


P',49 


450 


ADA 


539 


617 


597 


594 


627 


615 


656 


740 


748 


708 


706 


606 


508 




25 


8? "ft 



1960-64 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



450 HENDERSON COUNTY 



TOTAL 
NUM3ER PERCENT 



PUBLIC SR. INST NC 
PU2LIC SR. OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OuTSTATE 
TOTAL 

CO-X COLL. TECH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TUI AL 

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. QjTSTATE 
TOTAL 

TRA'JE. BUSINESS NC 
TRADE, BUSI OJTSTATE 
TOTAL 

MILITARY 

EMPLOYMENT 

OTHtRS •• 

GkANO TOTAL ••• 



163 

8 

171 



11-130 



Henderson 



1964-85 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMFNT 




SOURCE OF FUNDS 






Sf < 


RACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 


CI «SS IFICATIUN 


STATE 


FEDERAL LOCAL 


VOCAT 


TOTAL 


MALE FEMALE 


WHITE BLACK OTHfR 



rFFICIAL .ACMS..MGRS. 2 1 3 3 3 

PRINCIPALS 15 15 14 1 15 

ASST PRINC. TEACHING I 111 

ASST DRINCNONTEACHING 5 5 5 5 

ELEMENTARY TEACHEPS 234 1 23 I 259 34 225 258 

SECONDARY TEACHERS 97 2 9 32 143 68 72 138 

OTHFR TEACHERS 31 22 2 55 5 50 55 

f.'JIDANCE 6 2 4 3 15 7 8 15 

PSYCHOLOGICAL 1 1 2 112 

L IRRARIAN.A'JOIOVISUAL 13 13 13 13 

CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 5 12 19 4 5 9 

OTHFR PROFESSIONAL 4 6 10 2 8 10 

TEACHER AIDES 105 9 16 133 2 128 130 

TECHNICIANS 

CLER ICAL.SECRETAR 1AL 29 8 37 37 37 

SERVICE WO°"ERS 131 3 69 203 57 146 202 

SKILLED CRAFTS 7 5 12 12 12 

I ARCHERS. UNSKILLED 1 10 11 10 I 11 

TOTAL 687 46 150 37 920 224 696 916 

« VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE. 
2?.o4PCT FROM LOCAL. AND 10.08PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1983-64 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 







AMOUNTS EXPENDED 


RY SOURCE 








....... 


»»• PER 


PUPIL E 


XPENDITURE 




.FA 


FINAL 
AOM 


STATE 


FFDERAL 


LOCAL 




TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


PERCENT 
OF TOTAL 


FNDFRSON COUNTY 


8.536 






















SAL AR [FS 




9.017.015 


901 ,640 


2.095.810 


1? 


014,465 


1056.35 


105.63 


245.53 


1,407.51 


69.6 


FVPI !1YEF nFNEFTTS 




1.873.136 


196.944 


444. 197 


2 


514,277 


219.44 


23.07 


52.04 


294.55 


14.3 


PII°CHASFn SF3VICES 




166. 780 


31 .604 


375.972 




574,356 


19.54 


3. 7a 


44.05 


67.29 


3.3 


SUPPLIES r. MATFRIALS 




632.654 


253.235 


1.063.654 


1 


949,543 


74.12 


29.67 


124.61 


228.40 


11.1 


INSTRUCTIONAL FOUIP. 




189.453 


62.483 


42.211 




294,147 


22.19 


7. )2 


4.95 


34.46 


I. 7 


OTHF9 OFUFCTS 




18.335 


79,695 


118.951 




166.981 


2.15 


3.48 


13.94 


19.57 


1.0 


TOTAI 




ll.e<)7. 373 


.475,601 


4. 140. 795 


17 


513,769 


1393.79 


172.87 


485.12 


2.051.78 


100.0 


PFRCFNT OF TOTAL 




6B.a 


8.4 


23.6 




100.0 













11-131 



Hendersonville 

Charles L. Byrd, Supt. 

414 4th Avnue W., P. 0. Box 340 

Hendersonville, N. C. 28739 

3 Elementary Schools 
1 Secondary School 

8th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1983-84 

UNIT FINAL 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



451 ENROLL 105 100 120 119 121 124 106 120 139 138 151 144 116 



451 AOM 

451 ADA 

451 MLD 

451 PROM 

451 N-P 



98 
89 
98 
95 
3 



95 
89 
98 
93 
5 



113 
106 
110 
110 



111 
104 
109 

109 



112 
106 
112 
111 
1 



122 
115 
121 
118 

3 



105 

93 

103 

103 



115 
109 
116 
115 
1 



132 
121 
131 

119 
12 



131 
122 
127 
107 
20 



149 
137 
148 
126 
22 



131 
124 

119 
112 

7 



120 
110 
129 
124 
5 



30 
28 
31 
31 



1635 
1564 
1458 
1552 
1473 
79 



1984-85 
UNIT FIRST MO 

451 ENROLL 
451 ADM 
451 ADA 



109 101 100 109 
108 99 99 108 
103 95 96 103 



10 



11 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



111 


112 


114 


101 


127 


141 


137 


134 


114 


29 


15?9 


110 


111 


113 


100 


123 


138 


134 


131 


116 


29 


1519 


108 


107 


110 


96 


119 


132 


129 


124 


111 


28 


1461 



1983-64 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



451 HENDERSONVILLE CITY 











MALE 






AMERICAN 
INDIAN 


BLACK 


FEMALE 
WHITE 


OTHER. 


TOTAL 




TOTAL 




MERICAN 
INOIAN 


BLACK 


WHITE 


OTHER* 


TOTAL 


NUMBER 


PERCENT 


PUBLIC SR. 
PIPLIC SR. 
TOTAL 


INST NC 
OUT-STATE 







1 



1 


2* 
6 
30 







25 

6 
31 







1 

1 


18 

6 

2<> 







19 

6 
25 


44 
12 
56 


34.9 
9.5 
44.4 


PRIVATE SR. 
PRIVATE SR. 
TOTAL 


INST NC 

OUTSTATE 







1 



1 


3 
2 

5 








2 
6 












2 

1 
3 







2 
1 
3 


6 
3 


4.8 
-2.4 
7.1 


COH CCLL, TECH NC 
C. r .. TECH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 







2 


2 


8 
2 
10 








10 
2 
12 












11 

11 







11 

11 


21 

2 

23 


16.7 

1.6 

18.3 


PRIVATE JR. 
PRIVATE JR. 
TOTAL 


COLL NC 
OUTSTATE 












2 

2 








2 

2 



























2 

2 


1.6 
0.0 
1.6 


TRAUE. EUSI 
TRADE t BUSI 
TOTAL 


NESS NC 
OUTSTATE 















2 
2 









2 
2 















1 
1 









1 
1 




3 
3 


0.0 
2.4 
2.4 


MIL ITARY 







1 


1 





2 

















2 


1.6 


EMPLOYMENT 







8 


11 





19 





4 


4 





8 


27 


21.4 


OTHERS e« 







1 


1 





2 





1 


1 





2 


4 


3.2 


GRANO TOTAL 


... 





14 


62 





76 





6 


44 





50 


126 


100.0 



11-132 



Hendersonville 



1984-85 Public School Personnel Summery 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT 




SOURCE 


OF FUNDS 




St < 


RACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 


CI ASS IFICAT IPN 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL VCCAT 


TCTAL 


MALE FEMALE 


WHITE BLACK OTHER 



OFFICIAL .AD1S..MGRS. 
PRINCIPALS 
ASST PRINC. TEACHING 
ASST PRINC. NONTEACHING 
FIEMFNTARY TEACHERS 
SECONDARY TEACHERS 
OTHER TEACHERS 
GUIDANCE 
PSYCHOLOGICAL 
I IF1RARIAN. AUDIOVISUAL 
CONSULTANT. SUPER VISOR 
OTHER PROFESSIONAL 
TFACHER AIDES 
TECHNICIANS 
CLER ICAL .SECRETARIAL 
SERVICE WORKERS 
SKILLED CRAFTS 
LABORERS. UNSKILLED 
TOTAL 



VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE. 
2?.4WCI FROM LOCAL, AND 10.08PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1983-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 





F I N At 




IU 


ADM 


STATE 


HFNDFRSONVTll F CI 


1.564 




SAI ARIFS 




1.020.010 


FMOIOYFF riFNEFITS 




170. (191 


PURCHASED SERVICES 




22.062 


SIIPPLIFS C MATERIALS 




117. 4R6 


INSTRUCTIONAL FOUIP. 




15.769 


(UHFR ORJFCTS 






TOTAL 




2.353.218 


PFRCFNT OF TOTAL 




56.6 



Y SOURCE 










PUPIL EXPENDITURE 


PERCENT 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


STATE 


FEOERAL 


LOCAL 




TOTAL 


OF TOTAL 


23*. 276 


890.95* 


2.945.2*0 


1163.69 


149,79 


569.66 


I 


,883.1* 


70. 8 


53.397 


191. 486 


62*. 773 


2*2.90 


34.14 


122. *3 




3 99.* 7 


15.1 


7.866 


130.883 


160,811 


1*.U 


5.03 


83.68 




102.82 


3.9 


76. 758 


157.007 


351,250 


75.12 


*9.08 


100.39 




22*. 59 


1. 4 


36.511 


7.897 


58,177 


e .80 


23.3* 


•>. ^5 




37.19 


1. 4 


122 


18.450 


18,572 




.08 


11.83 




11.88 


. 4 


408.929 


1.396.676 


*, 158, 823 


1504.62 


261. *6 


893.01 


2 


,659.09 


100. 


9.8 


33.6 


100.0 















11-133 



HERTFORD 

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

6 Elementary Schools 
2 Secondary Schools 

1st Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



UNIT 


1983-84 

PINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


460 
460 


ENROLL 
ADM 


333 

310 


364 
351 


336 
319 


319 

308 


355 

346 


328 
329 


349 

344 


330 
322 


350 

338 


513 
475 


322 

301 


325 

306 


268 
257 


22 

20 


5 
6 


4519 
4332 


460 


AOA 


292 


3 36 


306 


2 96 


336 


317 


332 


308 


322 


423 


273 


2 79 


236 


18 


5 


4079 


460 


MLD 


305 


349 


318 


304 


343 


331 


3*4 


322 


335 


455 


283 


295 


253 


22 


7 


*266 


460 


PROM 


300 


312 


294 


286 


32 9 


306 


313 


313 


32* 


307 


232 


259 


227 




7 


3809 


460 


N-P 


5 


37 


2* 


18 


14 


25 


31 


9 


11 


1*8 


51 


36 


26 


22 




457 


UNIT 


1984-85 
FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


THH 


EXCP 


TnTAl 


460 
♦ 60 

*60 


FNROll 

AOM 
AOA 


305 

300 
289 


3*8 
342 
332 


340 
339 
333 


319 
319 
311 


309 
310 
301 


3*8 
3*8 

3*0 


3*9 
3*8 
3*0 


336 
332 
320 


323 
322 
310 


*51 
**0 

*07 


3*2 
3*5 
323 


263 
256 
2*1 


268 
261 
2*7 


25 
73 
21 


7 
7 
7 


A3'. 3 
*?T? 
*l ?? 



1963-84 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



EPTFORD COUNTY 



PUBLIC SR. INST NC 
PUBLIC S". UUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

COMM COLL. TECH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE JR. CuLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

TRAUE. BUSINESS NC 
TRAOr, BUSI OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

MILITARY 

EMPLOYMENT 

OTHERS »• 

ORANO TOTAL • •• 





TOTAL 


NUM3ER 


PERCENT 


<rO 


16.3 


9 


3.7 


49 


19.9 


16 


6.5 


5 


2.0 


21 


8.5 


<>5 


19.3 





0.0 


45 


18.3 


16 


6.5 





0.0 


16 


6.5 


1 


0.* 


7 


2.9 


S 


3.3 


28 


11. <• 


63 


25.6 


16 


6.5 


2*6 


100.0 



11-134 



Hertford 



1984-85 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSICNMFNT SOURCE OF FUNDS SEX RACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 

CI OSSIFICATION STATE FEOERAL LOCAL VOCAT TOTAL MALE FEMALE WHITE BLACK OTHE 

OFFICIAL .ADMS..MGR.S. 4 4 2 2 3 1 

PRINCIPALS B 9 6 2 4 4 

6SST PRINC. TEACHING 

ASST PRINC. NONTEACHING 6 6 4 2 15 

FLEMFNTARY TEACHERS 113 6 4 4 127 13 114 43 94 

SFCONOARY TEACHERS 46 4 13 68 33 38 35 33 

OTHER TEACHERS 21 21 I 43 12 31 23 20 

GIMOANCE 6 1 2 9 18 3 6 

PSYCHOLOGICAL 

L 19" AR IAN. AUDIOVISUAL 7 7 7 2 5 

CONSULTANT. SUPERVISOR 113 5 14 2 3 

OTHER PROFESSIONAL 12 2 5 2 3 3 2 

TFACHER AIDES 58 3 1 62 2 60 13 49 

TECHNICIANS I 11 1 

CLER ICAL .SECRETARIAL 14 4 3 21 21 8 10 

SERVICE WORKERS 29 47 76 23 53 19 57 

SKILLED CRAFTS. 4 13 17 17 3 9 

L ARrRERS. UNSKILLED 

TOTAL 318 42 74 25 459 114 345 163 2R9 






* VOCATIONAL TEACHERS* SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE. 
22.640CT FROM LOCAL. A NO 10.08PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNOS. 



1983-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 

AMOUNTS EXPENDED Br SOURCE ••*• "" PUP "- E xpC '' 01 TURE 

STATE FEDERAL LOCAL TOTAL 

94, 829 1140.73 221.50 193.21 1,545.44 65.9 

238.55 51.54 42.97 331.06 14.1 

17.24 15.31 86.14 119.69 5.1 

84.69 116.28 79.92 280.79 12.0 

29.18 10.66 5.93 45.77 2.0 

1.11 12.19 8.09 21.38 .9 

10.159.082 1511.50 427.48 406.15 2.345.13 100.0 



LFI 


FINAL 
ADV 


STATE 


FEDERAI 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


HFRTEnRD COUNTY 


4. 33? 










SAI ARIES 




4.941 . h-1 


959.534 


793.648 


6.694.829 


FMOLHYFE 1FNFF1TS 




1.033. :no 


223.292 


186. 155 


1,442,827 


PUOCHA'iED SFSVICFS 




74. 590 


66.306 


373. 141 


514,126 


SUPPllFS ', MATERIALS 




366. I'l 


503.725 


345,772 


1,216,368 


INSTRljr.TinMJL FOUI?. 




126.420 


46. 176 


25.689 


198,285 


OTHFP OB IECTS 




4.8'8 


52.816 


35.003 


92.647 


TOTAL 




6.547. 926 


1.851,849 


1.759.407 


10.1 59,082 


PERCFNT nF TOTm. 




64.5 


is.; 


17.3 


100.0 



11-135 



HOKE 

Robert A. Nelson, Supt. 

310 Wooley Street, P. 0. Box 370 

Raeford, N. C. 28376 

6 Elementary Schools 
1 Secondary School 

4th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 





1983-84 


































UNIT 


FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


470 


ENROLL 


387 


438 


394 


412 


406 


425 


403 


443 


378 


367 


326 


298 


256 


25 




4958 


470 


ADM 


368 


427 


386 


407 


400 


421 


402 


416 


375 


352 


319 


280 


244 


25 




4822 


470 


AOA 


343 


404 


368 


388 


385 


401 


380 


394 


356 


331 


301 


262 


226 


21 




4560 


470 


MLD 


372 


426 


393 


411 


401 


425 


403 


407 


378 


339 


305 


2 70 


237 


25 




4792 


470 


PROM 


357 


338 


370 


376 


355 


395 


385 


365 


361 


313 


281 


256 


224 


25 




4401 


470 


N-P 
1984-85 


15 


83 


23 


35 


46 


30 


18 


42 


17 


26 


24 


14 


13 






391 


UNIT 


FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


FXCP 


TOTAL 


470 


ENROLL 


387 


457 


371 


388 


413 


406 


413 


419 


394 


395 


330 


307 


275 


26 




4981 


470 


ADM 


376 


451 


368 


385 


412 


405 


412 


410 


392 


390 


327 


303 


271 


26 




4923 


470 


ADA 


362 


439 


357 


375 


399 


394 


397 


391 


378 


377 


315 


288 


25 8 


23 




4753 



1963-84 High School Groduote Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



*70 HOKE COUNTY 



PUBLIC SR. INST NC 
PUBLIC SR. OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

CO"M COLL. TECH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

TRAOEt BUSINESS NC 
TRADE. 3USI OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

MILITARY 

EMPLOYMENT 

OTHERS «o 

GRAND TOTAL a«« 



NUMBER 


PERCENT 


48 


21.6 


2 


0.9 


50 


22. 5 





0.0 





0.0 





0.0 


55 


2<>.8 





0.0 


55 


2<>.9 


7 


3.2 





0.0 


7 


3.2 


<t 


1.8 





0.0 


<> 


1.8 


17 


7.7 


33 


17.1 


51 


23.0 


222 


100.0 



11-136 



Hoke 



1984-85 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT SOURCE OF FUNDS SEX RACE/ETHNIC ORIS IN 

CLASS IFICATIJN STATE FEDERAL LCCAL VOCAT TOTAL HALE FEMALE WHITE BLAC< 0TH5R 



OFFICIAL .ACMS..MGRS. 

PRINCIPALS 

ASST ORINC. TEACHING 

4SST PSINC.NGNTEACHING 

ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 

SECONDARY 1EACHERS 

OTHER TEACHERS 

r.jiOANCF 

PSYCH1L0GICAL 
L IRRARIAN, AUDIOV ISUAL 
CONSULTANT. SUPER VISOR 
OTHER PROFESSIONAL 
TEACHE"! AIDES 
TFCHN1CI ANS 
CLEP ICAL. SECRETARIAL 
SFRVICF WORKERS 
SKILLED CRAFTS 
I A BORERS .UNSX ILLED 
TOTAL 



VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE, 
22.64PCT FROM LOCAL. AND 13.DRPCT FROM FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1983-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 

AMOUNTS EXPENDED [1Y SOURCE •••••••».• pfR PUPIL EXPENDITURE 

STATE FEDERAL LOCAL 

6.780,149 1063.83 192.80 149.46 1,406.09 66.0 

224.03 41.82 42.78 308.63 14.4 

29.54 21.30 52.52 103.36 4.9 

71.71 118.14 62.91 252.76 11.9 

14.17 18.02 9.25 41.44 1.9 

.03 7.72 10.57 18.32 .9 

10,273,802 1403.31 399.80 327.49 2,130.60 100.0 





FINAL 












1 f .1 


in ' 


STATE 


FFOERAL 


LOCAL 




TOTAL 


HOKF COUNTY 


4.822 












S4I ARI FS 




5.129.790 


929.698 


720.681 


6 


,780,169 


THPL'IYFE HFNFFITS 




1. OHO. 275 


201,655 


206.309 


1 


,488,239 


PURCHASED SFRVICFS 




142.434 


102.698 


253,259 




498,391 


SUPPL1FS t MATFRIALS 




345. R05 


569.657 


303,365 


1 


218,827 


INSTRUCTIONAL EQUIP. 




68.337 


86.901 


44.599 




199,836 


OTHFR nRJECTS 




167 


37,209 


50,965 




88,340 


TOTAL 




6.766. 308 


1.927.818 


1,579.177 


10 


273,802 


PFRCFNT OF TOTAL 




6S.8 


1 -. - 


1 5.4 




100.0 



11-137 



HYDE 

D. Scott Coble, Supt. 

Box 217 

Swan Quarter, N. C. 27885 

2 Elementary Schools 
2 Combined Schools 

1st Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1963-84 
UNIT FINAL 



11 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



480 ENROLL 



430 
480 
480 

480 



ADM 
ADA 
MLD 

PROM 
N-P 



65 
60 
64 
61 



81 
76 
80 
69 



68 
65 
68 

68 



78 
75 

78 
71 

7 



70 
67 
71 
67 

4 



74 
71 
74 
69 
5 



83 
78 
84 
69 
15 



102 
95 

100 



90 
82 
89 
83 
6 



86 
80 
85 
70 
15 



36 



34 



68 
64 
66 
65 
1 



80 79 

74 72 

79 78 

76 75 

3 3 



1097 
1032 

966 
1022 

937 
85 



1984-85 
UNIT FIRST MO 



1 1 



12 T"H FXCP TOTSL 



480 ENROLL 
433 AOM 
430 ADA 



64 
62 
60 



74 
71 

70 



72 
71 

68 



76 
75 
73 



79 
79 
76 



76 
7S 
71 



85 
85 
BQ 



34 
31 
76 



93 
91 
86 



71 

69 
67 



73 

6« 



n?3 

TJ4 



46? HYDE COJNTY 



1 983-84 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



PUBLIC St. INST NC 

PUBLIC SR. OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

CO."f COLL. te:m NC 
C.L. TECH out-state 
total 

private jr. coll nc 
private jk. odtstate 

TOTAL 

TRAOE. BUSINESS NC 

TRADE, 6USI OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

MIL ITARY 

EKPLOTMENT 

OTHtRS •• 

GRANO TOTAL °o« 



NUMBER 


PERCENT 


6 


T.6 


2 


2.5 


e 


10. 1 


1 


1.3 




1 


.0.0 
1.3 


12 


15.2 





0.0 


12 


15.2 


<. 


5.1 





n.o 


* 


5.1 





CO 





0.0 





0.0 


10 


12.7 


13 


16.5 


31 


39.2 


79 


100.0 



11-138 



Hyde 



1984-85 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT 




SOURCE 01= FUNDS 






Sf < 


RACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 


n ASS IFICATION 


STATE 


FEDERAL LOCAL 


VOCAT 


TOTAL 


HALE FEMALE 


WHITE BL»C< OTHER 



OFFICIAL .ADMS.,"GRS. 
PRINCIPALS 
ASST PRINC. TEACHING 
ASST PRINC. NOMTE ACHING 
ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 
SECONDARY tcjchERS 
OTHER TEACHERS 
GUIDANCE 
PSYCHOLOGICAL 
L IW AR I AN. AUDIOVISUAL 
CONSULT ANT. SUPER VISOR 
PTHER PROFESSIONAL 
TEACHER AIDFS 
TECHNICIANS 
CLER ICAL .SECRETARIAL 
SFRVICE WORKERS 
SKILL ED CRAFTS 
LABORERS. UNSKILLED 
TOTU 



» VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE. 
22. 64^CT FROM LOCAL. AND 10.08PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1983-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED 8Y SOURCE .«.»««...« per PUPIL EXPENDITURE 





FINAI 


















PERCENT 


1 FA 


ADM 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


OF TOTAL 


HYDE COUNTY 


1.03? 




















SAI ARIES 




1,358.009 


228.839 


358.676 


1.945,524 


1315.90 


221.74 


347.55 


1.385.19 


67.1 


FrtPI riYFE nFNFFITS 




279. 6*3 


55,644 


75.802 


411.270 


270.95 


54.11 


73.45 


398.51 


14.? 


P'lTHASEI SERVICES 




39.983 


5.4 79 


76.754 


122.217 


38.74 


5.31 


74.37 


118.42 


<.. : 


SUPPLIES C MATERIALS 




83.393 


82,404 


154,254 


320.050 


80.81 


79.8 5 


1 49 . 4 7 


310.13 


li. a 


instructional eouip. 




74.907 


8.602 


4.889 


88,398 


72.58 


8 . H 


4.74 


85.66 


3. i 


OTHER OBJECTS 




472 




10.143 


10,615 


.46 




9.83 


10.29 


•4 


TOTAL 




I.B36.387 


38t ,169 


680.518 


2,898,074 


1779.44 


369.35 


659.41 


2,808.20 


100. 


PERCENT OE TOTAL 




63. '. 


13.2 


2-3.5 


100.0 













11-139 



IREDELL 

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

18 Elementary Schools 
5 Secondary Schools 

7th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1983-84 
UNIT FINAL 



9 



10 



11 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



490 
490 
490 
49 
4"0 
490 



ENROLL 

AOM 

ADA 

MLD 

PROM 

N-P 



687 826 663 703 

681 811 647 688 

637 767 616 656 

631 815 650 689 



649 
32 



743 
72 



623 667 
27 ZZ 



820 792 

803 778 

769 743 

302 778 



789 
13 



854 915 
817 871 
856 923 



933 936 919 820 657 

920 856 761 620 

869 793 702 565 

923 817 737 597 



769 844 894 906 670 637 
9 12 29 17 147 100 



5 65 
32 



607 
589 
536 
581 
570 
11 



19 
19 
17 
19 
19 



44 
45 
40 
44 
44 



10294 
9987 
9398 
9912 
93 89 
523 



1984-85 
UNIT FIRST MO 

490 ENROLL 
490 ADM 
490 ADA 



11 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



743 762 789 656 707 796 778 880 902 1054 797 679 613 21 
739 754 784 652 705 793 775 877 900 1039 789 672 611 21 
713 736 769 640 692 774 756 850 870 995 753 631 583 19 



46 10223 
46 10157 
44 9825 



1963-84 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



493 IREDELL COUNTY 





TOTAL 


NUMBER 


PERCENT 


91 


15.3 


3 


0.5 


9*. 


15.9 


24 


4.0 


3 


0.5 


27 


4.6 


161 


27.2 


1 


0.2 


162 


27.3 


1 


0.2 





0.0 


1 


0.2 


16 


2.7 


4 


0.7 


20 


3.4 


45 


7.6 


120 


21.6 


116 


19.6 


593 


100.0 



PUBLIC SR. INST NC 
?U?LIC SR. LIUT-STATE 
TUTAL 

PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OUTSTATE 

TUTAL 

CO'*! COLLt TECH NC 
C.C. T=CH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TUTAL 

TRAJEt BUSINESS NC 
TRADE, tlUSI OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

MIL ITARY 

EMPLOVENT 

OTmlRS ». 

GRAND TOTAL »»• 



11-140 



Irede 1 1 



1984-85 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT SOURCE OF FUNDS SEX RACE/ETHNIC 09.IGIW 

CLASSIFICATION STATE FEDERAL LCCAL VOCAT TOTAL MALE FEMALE WHITS BLACK OTlKO 

OFFICIAL. AOMS., MORS. 7 1 1 1 10 7 3 10 

PRINCIPALS 21 21 18 3 2D 1 

ASST PRINC. TEACHING 2 2 2 2 

ASST "RINC.NONTEACH1NG 5 1 6 6 o 

FLEMFNT4RY TFACHERS 295 14 14 7 330 35 295 299 32 

SECONDARY TEACHERS 114 2 8 33 157 68 89 142 15 

OTHER TEACHERS 1 1 11 

GUIDANCE 12 4 3 19 5 14 16 3 

PSYCHOI OGICAL 3 3 12 3 

L I3RARIAN. AUDIOVISUAL 15 2 6 23 2 21 22 I 

CONSULTANT, SUPEKVISOR 2 2 2 2 

OTHFR PROFESSIONAL 6 2 1 9 9 3 1 

TEACHER AIDES 119 8 7 134 3 131 106 28 

TECHNICIANS 6 20 26 4 22 26 

CLERICAL .SECRETARIAL 25 1 25 1 52 52 50 2 

SERVICE WORKERS 37 73 110 20 90 80 30 

SKILLED CRAFTS. 11 16 27 27 24 3 

1 AB0RE2S .UNSKILLED 

TflTAL 680 34 176 42 932 198 734 816 115 1 

» VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FRCM STATE, 
22. 64PCT FROM LOCAL. AND 1O.08PCT FROM FEOERAL FUNDS. 



1983-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 











EO 8Y SOUPCE 








»•••••« 


••• PER 


PUPIL EXf 


ENDITURE 




LEA 


FINAL 
ADM 




STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 




TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


PERCENT 
OF TOTAL 


IREDELL COUNTY 


9.9H7 
























SALARIFS 




10 


638.171 


911,482 


1.712.909 


13 


.262.562 


1065.20 


91.27 


171.51 1 


,327.98 


67. 6 


FMRLHYFE qF«jCf:[TS 




2 


220.357 


217.157 


374.647 


2 


812.161 


222.32 


21.74 


37.51 


281.57 


1 <..<• 


P'JOCHASFO SFPVir.FS 






282.858 


66.653 


526.045 




875.556 


28.32 


6. 67 


52.67 


87.66 


4. 5 


S'JOCLIFS T. MATF<UALS 






697.375 


513.580 


1.223.336 


2 


434,291 


69.83 


51.42 


122.49 


243.74 


12.4 


INSTailCTIONAL FOCIIP. 






11?. 7)9 


12.035 


14.026 




138.799 


11.29 


1 .21 


1 ,40 


13.90 


. 7 


OTHFP nB.IFCTS 






3.391 


19 


44,965 




48,375 


.34 




4.50 


4. 84 


.? 


TOTAL 




13 


954.890 


1.720.926 


3.895,927 


19 


571,744 


1397.30 


172.31 


390.03 I 


.959.69 


100.0 


PF3CFNT OF TOTAL 






71.3 


8.8 


1 =>.9 




100.0 













11-141 



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 



1983-84 
UNIT FINAL 

491 ENROLL 

491 AOM 

491 AOA 

491 MLD 

491 PRO*! 

491 K-P 



151 171 191 172 153 168 168 2 36 194 194 226 
145 164 182 164 145 163 161 229 



136 157 175 157 140 157 154 217 



1984-85 
UNIT FIRST MO 

*91 ENROLL 
*9l 40*) 
491 AD4 



11 12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



142 162 184 161 



164 159 224 190 



189 183 213 177 
179 173 204 16 



186 172 
167 



130 144 169 157 147 164 159 157 163 159 133 140 
12 l8 15 * 67 27 20 27 32 



156 

179 210 172 165 

160 

5 



1 



8 



10 



1 1 



17 
19 
17 
21 
21 



141 162 150 173 163 157 168 202 203 199 180 193 16? 

142 161 149 172 162 155 168 200 202 196 179 189 160 
137 157 145 169 159 151 164 194 1J5 |fi£ \12 18-3 154 



2406 
2308 
2197 
2287 
2060 
227 



12 TMH FXCP TnTAL 



12 


8 


2?73 


12 


9 


?> c >6 


11 


9 


iUi 



-1963-84 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



<i91 MOORESVILLE CITY 





TOTAL 


NUMBER 


PERCENT 


37 


21.0 


3 


1.7 


<.0 


22.7 


17 


9.7 


2 


1.1 


19 


10.8 


32 


18.2 





0.0 


32 


18.2 


2 


l.l 





0.0 


2 


1.1 


5 


2.8 


<i 


2.3 


9 


5.1 


20 


11.4 


30 


17.0 


2<. 


13.6 


176 


100.0 



PUrLIC SR. INST NC 
PUBLIC SR. OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

CCMM COLL, TECH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

TRAOE, BUSINESS NC 
TKAjE, 3USI OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

MIL 1TARY 

EMPLOYMENT 
OTHERS «• 
GRA.,0 TOTAL o«« 



11-142 



Mooresville 



1984-85 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT SOURCE OF FUNDS SEX RACE/ETHNIC 00 I G I • 

CLASSIFICATION STATE FEDERAL LOCAL VOCAT TOTAL HALE FEMALE WHITE BLACK OTf 

OFFICIAL. ADMS..MGRS. 6 6 5 I 6 

PRINCIPALS 5 5 3 2*1 

ASST PRINC. TEACHING 

1SST PRINC. NTNTEACHING 2 1 3 2 112 

ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 49 5 54 4 50 43 11 

SECONDARY TEACHERS 20 I 13 3* 12 22 30 4 

OTHER TEACHERS 25 8 4 37 8 29 36 1 

GUIDANCE 2 1 3 3 3 

PSYCHOLOGICAL 

L IBR ARIAN, AUDIOVISUAL 2 3 5 14 5 

CONSULTANT. SUPERVISOR I 111 

OTHER PROFESSIONAL 1 1 2 112 

TEACHER AIDES 25 3 28 28 25 3 

TECHNICIANS 

CLERICAL .SECRETARIAL 4 7 11 11 11 

SERVICE WORKERS 7 34 41 12 29 25 15 

SKILLED CRAFTS 

LABORERS .UNSKILLED 

TOTAL 149 8 60 13 230 49 181 192 37 



VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAIO APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE, 
22.64PCT FROM LOCAL. AND 10.08PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1983-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENDEO BY SOURCE 



PER PUPIL EXPENDITURE 



FEDERAL ">»<■ TOTAL STATE FEDERAL LOCAL TOTAL OF^OTAL 



MOriRFSVIl LF TITY 
SALARIES 

FMPI.OYFE nFNFFITS 
PUOCHASFD SFDVICES 
SUPPLIFS r. MATERIALS 



FINAL 




1 )M 


STATE 


2.308 






2.649, 009 




555. 304 




88.246 




101. 724 




26.991 




1.293 




3.422,567 




60. 7 



218,160 591,423 3.458.592 1147.75 94.52 256.25 1,498.52 67.5 

49.901 124,344 729.548 240.60 21.62 53.38 316.10 14.3 

7.823 280.514 376.533 38.23 3.39 121.54 163.16 7.3 

142.468 212.071 456.263 «.07 61.73 91.88 197.68 8.9 

74.15, ,1.69 ,3.22 7.22 32.13 I 4 

•56 2.58 10.06 ,3.20 .6 

454.820 1.248.233 5.125.619 1482.90 197.06 540.83 2,220.79 100.0 

rFNT " F TnT4L **-' 8.9 24.* ,00.0 



11-143 



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 





1983-84 


































UNIT 


FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


T^H 


EXCP 


TOTAl 


492 


ENROLL 


243 


278 


255 


299 


287 


263 


298 


327 


278 


314 


296 


260 


244 


7 


36 


36 8! 


492 


ADM 


23 8 


271 


246 


290 


285 


251 


291 


317 


266 


299 


274 


247 


236 


7 


39 


3551 


492 


ADA 


223 


258 


237 


278 


275 


241 


280 


303 


251 


280 


247 


228 


216 


7 


36 


336C 


492 


MID 


239 


263 


246 


292 


286 


248 


292 


316 


264 


293 


263 


2 38 


232 


7 


40 


3519 


492 


PROM 


233 


237 


233 


281 


286 


247 


290 


291 


257 


288 


220 


2 00 


222 


2 


39 


3325 


492 


N-P 
1984-85 


6 


26 


13 


11 




I 


2 


25 


7 


5 


43 


38 


10 


5 


I 


192 


UNIT 


FIRST MO 


K 


I 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


FXCP 


TOTAt 


492 


ENROLL 


205 


264 


245 


242 


259 


276 


248 


309 


306 


266 


298 


221 


233 


10 


45 


3421 


492 


AOM 


203 


261 


244 


241 


260 


274 


248 


306 


304 


262 


295 


222 


233 


9 


44 


3406 


492 


ADA 


196 


253 


237 


234 


255 


268 


241 


298 


293 


249 


282 


212 


225 


9 


43 


3295 



1 983-64 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



".92 STATESVILLE CITY 



PUBLIC SR. INST NC 
PUBLIC SR. OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

CCMH COLLi TECH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TuIAL 

TPAOE. BUSINESS NC 
TKA3E, BUSI OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

MILITARY 

EMPLOYMENT 
OTHERS o« 
GRAND TOTAL o»e 



NUMBER 


PERCENT 


56 
6 
62 


25.5 
2.7 
28.2 


15 

t 

16 


6.8 
•0.5 
7.3 


56 

I 

57 


25.5 

C.5 
25.9 


8 
I 
9 


3.6 

0.5 
4.1 


10 


10 


4.5 

0.0 
4.5 


35 


15.9 


25 


11.4 


6 


2.7 


220 


100.0 



11-144 



Statesville 



1984-85 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT SOURCE OF FUNDS SEX RACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 

CLASSIFICATION STATE FEDERAL LCCAL VOCAT TOTAL MALE FEMALE WHITE BLACK OTH^ 



nFFIC IAL . ADMS..MGRS. 
PRINCIPALS 
ASST PRINC, TEACHING 
ASST PRINCNONTEJCHING 
ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 
SECONDARY TEACHERS 
OTHfcR TEACHERS 
GUIDANCE 
PSYCHHLOGICAL 
L Ifl°ARIAN. AUDIOVISUAL 
CONSULT A NT, SUPER VISOR 
OTHER PROFESSIONAL 
TEACHER AIDES 
TECHNICIANS 
CLERICAL .SECRETAR IAL 
SFRVICF WORKERS 
SKILLED CRAFTS 
I ABORFRS. UNSKILLED 
TTTAL 



VOCATIONAL TEACHFRS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE, 
22.64PCT FROM LOCAL. AND 10.08PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNOS. 



1980-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 









AMOUNTS EXPENDED 


8Y SOURCE 






•»••••) 


••» PER 


PUPIL EXPENDITURE 






1. 1. .-. 


F I 
A 


NA1 


STATF 


FFDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


PERCENT 
OF TOTAL 




sTaTF<;vn if riTY 


3. 


557 






















SAI ARIFS 






3.975,456 


471.745 


1,429,543 


5.876.745 


1117.64 


132.62 


401.90 


1,657.16 


67.4 




FMPlDYtc PFNEFITS 






787. 796 


94.600 


361, 142 


1.243.538 


221.48 


26.60 


101.53 


349.61 


14. 1 




PUPCHASFD SFRVICFS 






267.027 


22,367 


317,905 


607,299 


75.07 


6 ..") 


89.37 


170.73 


7.0 




SUPPLIES C MATFRIALS 






187.020 


300,944 


362.764 


850,729 


52.58 


84.61 


101.99 


239.18 


9. B 




INSTRUCTIONAL FOIIIP. 






9.946 


18,615 


2.432 


30,994 


2.80 


•>.. >3 


.6fl 


8.71 


.4 




niHFp n.iFrTS 






7,6 


44,659 


66.543 


1 11.947 


.21 


12.56 


18.71 


31.48 


1.3 




TOTAL 






5.227.992 


952,930 


2.540.329 


8.721,251 


1469.78 


267.91 


714.18 


2,451.87 


100. 




PFRC.FNT HF TOTAL 






60.0 


10.9 


29.1 


100.0 















11-145 



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 



1983-84 
UNIT FINAL 

500 ENROLL 

500 ADM 

500 ADA 

500 HLD 

500 PROM 

500 N-P 

1984-85 
UNIT FIRST MO 

500 ENROLL 
500 ADM 
500 ADA 



282 285 304 297 



273 279 291 289 298 316 
249 261 277 275 284 302 



307 320 316 374 

307 358 



272 279 287 239 300 

262 262 276 285 293 

10 17 11 4 7 



I 



319 

308 

11 



341 



290 
302 

294 352 
8 7 



371 371 278 2 79 
348 350 269 263 



329 327 250 241 

359 345 346 261 257 

326 322 248 238 

24 



19 



8 



13 



10 



19 



11 



12 T1H EXCP TOTAL 



243 282 281 283 295 312 307 304 367 343 350 251 
242 279 278 279 293 304 306 301 363 337 345 248 
232 271 270 275 285 295 296 290 350 327 334 239 232 



280 


12 


13 


4089 


270 


11 


11 


3933 


248 


9 


9 


3692 


270 


12 


12 


3910 


259 


12 


12 


3749 


11 






161 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


243 


12 


11 


3884 


24 3 


12 


11 


3841 


232 


11 


9 


3716 



1983-64 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



501 JACKSON COUNTY 



PUBLIC SR. INST NC 
PurLIC SR. 0UT-STAT6 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE SR. INST MC 
PRIVATE SR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

COMM COLL. TECH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

TRAOE. BUSINESS NC 
TRAOE, BUS! OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

MILITARY 

EMPLOYMENT 

OTICRS oo 

GRANO TOTAL ««• 





TOTAL 


NUM3ER 


PERCENT 


97 


37.7 


7 


2.7 


104 


40.5 


10 


3.9 


6 


2.3 


16 


6.2 


55 


21.4 


3 


1.2 


58 


22.6 


6 


2.3 


1 


0.4 


7 


2.7 


3 


1.2 





0.0 


3 


1.2 


11 


4.3 


46 


17.9 


12 


4.7 


257 


100.0 



11-146 



Jackson 



1984-85 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT SOURCE OF FUNDS SEX RACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 

C14SS IFICATION STATE FEDERAL LCCAL VOCAT TOTAL MALE FEMALE WHITE BLACK OTH? 

OFFICIAL .ADMS..MGRS. 2 12 5 3 2 5 

PRINCIPALS 6 6 6 6 

ASST PRINC, TEACHING 

ASST PRINC. NONTEACHING 3 3 2 i 3 

FLEMFNTARY TEACHERS 91 9 12 1 113 16 97 111 2 

SFCONOACY TEACHERS 33 1 7 17 58 26 32 58 

OTHER T"=AChERS 35 * 4 43 16 27 43 

G'll DANCE 3 1116 15 6 

PSYCHOLOGICAL 

t ISRARIAN, AUDIOVISUAL 8 1 9 18 9 

CONSULTANT. SUPERVISOR 2 2 2 2 

OTHFR PROFESSIONAL 1 1 it ? 

TEACHER AIDES 48 8 2 1 59 59 59 

TECHNICIANS 

CLERICAL .SECRETAR IAL 9 5 14 I 13 1* 

SERVICE WORKERS 18 38 56 15 4 1 56 

SKILLFO CRAFTS . 5 3 8 8 8 

I ABORERS. UNSKILLED 

TOTAL 26* 2* 7a 20 384 97 287 382 2 

« VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE. 

22.64PCT FROM LCCAL. AND 10.08PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1983-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE ....«....« pfR pyPIL EXPENDITURE 

TOTAL STATE FEDERAL LOCAL 



5.676,735 1102.84 127. 54 212.98 1,443.36 67.3 

1,196,827 228.28 29.51 46.52 304.31 14.2 

297,987 20.43 5.16 50.18 75. 7T 3.5 

994,330 82.96 50.86 119.00 252.82 11.8 

222,778 27.83 10.52 18.30 56.65 2.6 

51.799 .14 3.82 9.20 13.16 .6 

8.440,456 1462.48 227.41 456.18 2,146.07 100.0 

100.0 





FINAL 










L&A 




*OM 




STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


JACKSON COUNTY 


3 


933 










SAI ARtFS 






<• 


337.474 


501.621 


837.640 


EMPLOYEE BFNFF1TS 








897.807 


116.067 


182.952 


riierHASFn services 








80. 360 


20.282 


197,345 


SII°PI IH [ MATERIALS 








326.268 


200.035 


468,027 


INSTRUCTIONAL FOUIP. 








109.452 


41,368 


71.958 


OTMfR OR.IFCTS 








570 


15,041 


36.189 


TOTAL 






5 


751.931 


894,413 


1.794.112 


PFRtFNT OF TOTAL 








68. 1 


10.6 


21.3 



11-147 



JOHNSTON 

James H. Ellerbe, Supt. 
Highway 70-E, Box 1336 
Smithfield, N. C. 27577 

17 Elementary Schools 
4 Secondary Schools 
2 Combined Schools 

3rd Education District 




Pupil Accounting 





1983-8* 


UNIT 


FINAL 


510 


ENROLL 


510 


AOH 


510 


AOA 


510 


MLO 


510 


PROM 


510 


N-P 




1984-85 


UNIT 


FIRST MO 


510 


ENROLL 


510 


AOM 


510 


AOA 



K 123*56789 10 

1075 1197 1095 1131 1127 1092 1213 1305 1295 1263 1128 

10*2 115* 1069 1099 1098 1067 1186 1283 1252 1202 1082 

981 1100 1027 1059 1057 1020 1137 1220 1189 1126 1018 

10*7 1151 1077 1101 1100 1068 1139 1271 12*2 1156 10*2 

1027 1036 101* 1066 1079 105* 11*1 1193 1171 

I* 



20 115 



1 



53 



3? 



21 



*3 



71 



987 
169 



875 
167 



10 



999 
96* 
911 
93* 
808 
126 



I 1 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



76* 
753 
713 
7*9 
720 
29 



999 1162 1130 1093 1117 1122 1130 1255 1270 1336 1107 1002 
988 1155 1128 108* 1109 1113 1123 12*8 1260 1320 1091 99* 
955 1121 1099 1058 1080 1090 1089 1200 1212 1259 10*6 953 



71 
70 
65 
68 

68 



66 
66 
5* 
67 
*9 
18 



1*321 
1*387 
13577 
1*262 
13288 
97* 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



8*8 


66 


71 


1*703 


8*6 


65 


67 


1*591 


81* 


62 


59 


1*097 



1963-64 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



510 JOHNSTON COUNTY 



TOTAL 
NUMBER PERCENT 



PUBLIC SR. INST NC 
PU3LIC SR. OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 



160 

2 

162 



20.5 
0.3 
20. T 



PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 



8.1 

0.5 
8.6 



CO*M CHLL. TFCH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. ObTSTATE 
TUTAL 



113 



113 



182 

1 

183 



23.3 

0.1 
23.'. 

2.8 
0.0 
2.3 



TRAUE. bUSINESS NC 
TRADE. BUSI OJTSTATE 
TOTAL 

MIL 1TARY 

EMPLOYMENT 

OTXIRS •« 

GRAND TOTAL »«« 



2.8 
0.0 
2.8 

8.3 

28.3 

5.0 

100.0 



11-148 



Johnston 



1984-85 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



*ie 


45 


373 


363 


?36 


1 .38 


129 


210 


106 


7 


99 


90 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT SOURCE OF FUNDS SEX RACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 

CLASSIFICATION STATE FEDERAL LOCAL VOCAT TOTAL MALE FEMALE WHITE BLACK OTHSP 

OFFICIAL. AD*S..MGRS. 4 t 5 4 1 4 1 

PRINCIPALS 23 23 22 1 21 2 

ASST ORINC.TFACHING 

ASST PRINC.NTJTFACHING 15 2 17 13 * 13 * 

FLE-FNTARY TEACHERS 385 7 23 3 

SECONDARY TEACHERS 159 6 21 5C 

OTHFR TEACHFRS 51 37 12 ( 

GUIDANCE 18 1 1 20 3 

PSYCHOLOGICAL 2 1 3 

L ISRARIAN. AUDIOVISUAL 26 26 3 

CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 5 2 2 1 10 ? 

OTHFR PROFESSIONAL 14 3 8 

TFACHER AIDFS 187 12 12 211 

TECHNICIANS 2 9 11 10 

CLER ICAL .SECRETAR IAL 26 5 33 1 70 3 

SERVICE WORKERS 55 1*8 203 36 

SKILLED CRAFTS 12 1* 26 26 

I ABORERS, UNSKILLED 2 11 13 13 

TOTAL 973 75 296 62 1*06 295 1 

« VOCATIONAL TEACHERS* SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE, 
22.64PCT FROM LOCAL, AND 10.08PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1983-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE 





FINAL 










LEA 


ADM 




STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


JOHNSTON COUNTY 


14.387 










SAL ARIFS 




15 


748.257 


1,634,614 


3.464,217 


FMPIOYFE HFNFFITS 




3 


084.243 


293.674 


1.060.067 


PIIT.HASFr) SERVICES 






256. 5S1 


100.047 


907.504 


SUPPLIES C M4TFBIALS 




1 


088. 748 


879.158 


1.417.217 


I NSTDiir.TInNAL FOUIP. 






270.176 


117.241 


31.529 


OTHER ORJECTS 






2.385 


10.165 


169.139 


TOTAL 




20 


450.410 


3.084,898 


7.049.673 


PFRC.FNT OF TOTAL 






66.9 


10.1 


23.0 



TOTAL STATE FEDERAL LOCAL 

20.897,088 1094.62 117.09 240.79 1,452.50 

4,437,984 214.38 20.41 73.68 

1,264,132 17.83 6.95 63.08 

3.335.143 75.68 61.11 98.51 

418,946 18.78 8.15 2.19 

131,689 .17 .71 11.76 

30,584,981 1421.46 214.42 490.01 2.125.89 
100.0 



NDITURE 


PERCENT 


TOTAL 


OF TOTAL 


452.50 


68.3 


308.47 


14.5 


87.66 


'. . I 


235.30- 


II. 1 


29.12 


1.4 


12.64 


. 6 



11-149 



JONES 



Dr. Curtis Ray Raines, Supt, 
P. 0. Box 187 
Trenton, N. C. 28585 

5 Elementary Schools 
1 Secondary School 

2nd Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1983-8* 
UNIT FINAL 



520 
520 
520 
520 
520 
520 



ENROLL 

AOM 

ADA 

MLO 

PROM 

N-P 



139 
138 
131 
138 

138 



1984-85 
UNIT FIRST MO 



160 
156 
149 
154 
141 
13 



1 



137 
132 
128 
134 
126 



140 
139 
133 
138 
131 
7 



153 
148 
143 
148 
128 
20 



144 
139 
135 
139 
136 
3 



141 
138 
132 
140 
133 
7 



169 
161 
152 
158 
152 
6 



8 

156 

155 
148 
154 
149 
5 



8 



170 
164 
152 
156 
119 
37 



10 

131 
121 
114 
116 

107 
9 



10 



11 

92 

90 
35 
91 
89 
2 



11 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



120 
118 
110 
116 
114 
2 



1361 
1808 
1720 
1791 
L672 
119 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



520 ENROLL 107 149 144 120 148 125 138 139 154 180 124 110 
520 ADM 107 149 144 120 146 124 138 139 152 176 121 106 
520 ADA 102 144 141 116 142 121 135 134 145 169 118 103 



15 1 174 3 
14 1 1725 
14 1 1669 



520 JONES COUNTY 



1980-64 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



PUBLIC SR. INST NC 
PUBLIC S'. OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

COM* COLLt TECH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

TRAOE, BUSINESS NC 
TRADE. BUSI OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

MIL ITARY 

EMPLOYMENT 
OTHERS •« 
GRANO TOTAL 00* 



NUMBER 


PERCENT 


15 


13.2 





0.0 


15 


13.2 




0.9 




.0.0 




0.9 


32 


28.1 




0.0 


32 


28.1 




0.0 




0.9 




0.9 


2 


1.8 





0.0 


2 


1.8 


33 


28.9 


23 


20.2 


7 


6.1 


114 


100.0 



11-150 



Jones 



1964-85 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT SOURCE OF FUNDS S<=X RACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 

CLASSIFICATION STATE FEDERAL LOCAL VOCAT TOTAL MALE FEMALE WHITE SLACK OT1 

OFFICIAL .A0MS..MGPS. 211153241 

PRINCIPALS 6 6 4 2 4 2 

ASST PRINC. TEACHING 

ASST PRINC. NQNTEACH1NG 1 II I 

ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 48 3 51 6 45 35 16 

SFCONOARY TEACHERS 16 9 25 12 13 19 6 

OTHER TEACHERS 11 11 1 2? 3 20 11 12 

GUIDANCE 3 1 4 4 2 2 

PSYCHOLOGICAL 

LIBRARIAN. AUDIOVISUAL 3 3 3 3 

CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR I 111 

OTHER PROFESSIONAL 2 2 2 11 

TFACHFR AIDES 23 2 1 26 26 •) 17 

TECHNICIANS 1 111 

CLE" ICAL .SECRFTAP IAL 4 2 3 14 14 10 <. 

SERVICE WORKERS 8 23 31 6 25 7 24 

SKILLED CRAFTS 4 3 7 7 5 7 

I ABORERS .UNSKILLED 

TOTAL 133 17 36 14 200 42 158 112 89 



VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE. 
22.64PCT FROM LOCAL. AND 10.08PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1963-64 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE 



451 .321 

103.326 
17,219 

173.566 
12.353 
20,4?3 

770.207 
17. 2 





F INAL 






L£A 


ATM 




STATE 


JflNFS COUNTY 


1 . non 






SAl APIFS 




7 


238.220 


FMPI.OYFF BENEFITS 






457.901 


PURCHASED SERVICES 






21. 74 3 


SUPPLIES C MATERIALS 






196.222 


INSTRUCTIONAL EQUIP. 






93.621 


OTHER OH.ICCTS 






?R9 


TflTAt 




3 


008.096 


PERCENT OF TflTAL 






66.5 







• *«•••« 


••• PER 


PUPIL EXPENDITURE 




LOCAL 


TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


PERCENT 
OF TOTAL 


333.933 


3.023,473 


1237.95 


249.62 


184.70 


1.672.27 


66.8 


73.481 


634,709 


253.26 


57.15 


40.64 


351.05 


1<.. 


153.933 


192,894 


12.03 


1.52 


85.14 


106.69 


<.. 5 


145.644 


515,432 


108.53 


96.00 


80.56 


235.09 


11 . '• 


10,315 


116,289 


51.78 


6. 81 


5.?1 


64.32 


J. 6 


20,752 


41,563 


.?? 


11.30 


11.49 


23.00 


.9 


739.057 


4,524,361 


1663.77 


430.42 


408.23 


2,502.42 


100. 


16.3 


100.0 













11-151 



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 





1983-84 


































UNIT 


FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


530 


ENROLL 


598 


613 


570 


527 


565 


539 


595 


633 


631 


609 


545 


552 


506 


49 


78 


7610 


530 


ADM 


568 


595 


548 


512 


536 


516 


573 


617 


618 


589 


513 


526 


437 


49 


71 


7318 


530 


ADA 


528 


565 


522 


489 


512 


493 


547 


584 


577 


543 


483 


494 


456 


44 


66 


6903 


530 


MLD 


568 


601 


554 


514 


530 


526 


570 


616 


615 


578 


493 


509 


482 


50 


72 


7278 


530 


PROM 


508 


558 


511 


493 


512 


507 


557 


576 


567 


495 


491 


504 


459 


50 


67 


6960 


530 


N-P 
1984-85 


60 


43 


43 


16 


18 


19 


13 


40 


48 


83 


2 


5 


23 




5 


418 


UNIT 


FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


530 


ENROLL 


655 


587 


588 


526 


535 


528 


537 


578 


629 


627 


581 


492 


472 


49 


67 


7451 


530 


AOM 


640 


585 


585 


523 


529 


523 


532 


576 


624 


620 


582 


490 


469 


49 


64 


7391 


530 


ADA 


619 


570 


574 


512 


516 


509 


517 


559 


600 


592 


560 


469 


449 


46 


62 


7154 



1983-84 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



530 LEE COUNTY 



BLACK WHITE 



BLACK WHITE 



PU n L!C S3. INST NC 
PUTLIC SR. CUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. O'JTSTATE 
TOTAL 

COM.M COLLt TECH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
Pi.IVATE JR. UUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

TR.'.nC. BUSINESS NC 
TRADE. BUSI OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

MIL ITARY 

EMPLOYMENT 

OTHERS •• 

CRANII TOTAL ••• 





TOTAL 


NUMBER 


PERCENT 


100 


19.4 





0.0 


100 


19.4 


23 


5.4 


4 


0.8 


32 


6.2 


121 


23.4 





0.0 


121 


23.4 


9 


1.7 





0.0 


9 


1.7 


5 


1.0 


8 


1.6 


13 


2.5 


44 


8.5 


176 


34.1 


21 


4.1 


516 


100.0 



11-152 



Lee 



1984-85 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT SOURCE OF FUNDS SEX RACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 

CLASSIFICATION STATE FEDERAL LCCAL VOCAT TOTAL MALE FEMALE WHITE BLACK OThE 

"FFICUL.AD«S..MGRS. 6 1 2 1 10 6 4 9 1 

PRINCIPALS 13 13 10 3 11 1 

ASST PRINC. TEACHING 

ASST PRINCNONTEACHING 10 10 9 2 6 4 

FLEMFNTARY TEACHERS 152 II 18 181 6 175 151 30 

SECONDARY TEACHERS 123 5 25 29 182 58 124 163 19 

OTHER TEACHERS 27 5 32 2 30 27 5 

GUIDANCE 8 1 9 3 6 6 3 

PSYCHOLOGICAL 2 1 3 3 3 

L I9RARIAN.AUJI0VISUAL 10 2 12 1 11 7 5 

CONSULTANT. SUPERVISOR 2 1 3 12 3 

OTHFR PROFESSIONAL 6 11 8 2 6 6 2 

TEACHER AIDES 108 13 121 121 105 15 

TECHNICIANS 

CLERICAL .SECRETAR IAL 15 3 19 3T 37 36 1 

SFRVICE WORKERS 50 92 1*2 42 100 82 59 

SKILLED CRAFTS . 

I ABORFRS. UNSKILLED 

TOTAL 532 29 172 30 763 139 624 615 145 

• VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE, 
22. 54PCT FROM LOCAL. AND 10.08PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1963-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOUPCE 

FINAL 

IU ADM STATE FEDERAL LOCAL 

SANFflRn/LPE. 7.3IB 

SAL/mi FS 7,993.270 828,792 2.240,199 

FMP1HYEF RFNEFITS 1.685.841 193.212 493.259 

PURCHASED SFSV1CES 133.679 23. 637' 654.679 

SUPPI.IFS t MATERIALS 511.724 370,040 775.240 

INSTRUCTIONAL FOIIIP. 102.636 32.294 15.587 

flTMFR 08.IFCTS 6.825 14,090 42.201 

T0T4L 10,433,925 1.462.065 4.181,160 

PFRCFNT OF TOTAL 64.9 9.1 26.0 



11-153 





TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


PERCENT 
OF TOTAL 


11 


.062.261 


1092.28 


113.25 


306.12 


1.511.65 


68.8 


2 


.332,308 


230.37 


26.40 


61 .94 


318.71 


14. 5 




811,945 


18.26 


3.2 3 


89.46 


1 10.95 


5. 1 


1 


657,003 


69.93 


50.5 7 


105.94 


226.44 


10. 3 




150,517 


14.03 


4.^1 


2.; i 


20.57 


.9 




63,116 


.« 


1 .-53 


5.7 7 


B . 6 3 


.4 


16 


077,150 
100.0 


1425.80 


199.79 


571.36 


2,196.95 


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 





1983-84 


UNIT 


FINAL 


540 


ENROLL 


540 


A0H 


540 


ADA 


540 


^LD 


540 


PROM 


540 


N-P 




1984-85 


UNIT 


FIRST HO 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



476 468 502 521 

467 457 496 512 

438 431 475 408 

462 452 494 506 

444 389 468 493 

18 63 26 13 



540 ENROLL 451 511 421 499 
540 AOM 444 513 423 495 
540 AOA 429 493 408 477 



504 


545 


503 


551 


530 


615 


489 


431 


394 


18 


27 


6574 


499 


538 


495 


547 


522 


586 


460 


413 


383 


19 


27 


6421 


476 


517 


470 


517 


491 


544 


42 5 


383 


350 


17 


25 


6047 


503 


5 34 


493 


550 


517 


5 70 


440 


402 


374 


19 


28 


6344 


502 


522 


48 5 


529 


497 


507 


40 5 


394 


355 


19 


28 


6037 


1 


12 


8 


21 


20 


63 


35 


8 


19 






307 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TKH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


511 


524 


547 


498 


541 


580 


546 


413 


408 


28 


23 


6501 


510 


521 


543 


498 


539 


566 


540 


407 


405 


27 


23 


6454 


492 


504 


522 


475 


512 


532 


505 


383 


374 


25 


21 


6152 



1983-64 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



540 LENOIR COUNTY 











MALE 










FEMALE 






NUMBER 


TOTAL 


AMERICAN 

INDIAN 


BLACK 


WHITE 


OTHER* 


TOTAL 


AMERICAN 
INDIAN 


BLACK 


WHITE 


OTHER* 


TOTAL 


PERCENT 


PUiiLIC SR. INST NC 
PU'iLIC SR. OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 









4 

1 
5 


26 

26 







30 

1 

31 







8 




15 
3 
15 







23 

23 


53 

1 
54 


14.7 
0.3 
15.0 


PRIVATF SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OJTSTATE 
TOTAL 









1 

1 


6 


6 







7 


T 







2 

2 


9 
2 
11 







11 
2 
13 


13 
2 

20 


5.0 
0.6 
5.6 


CC-1 CHLLt TECH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 










9 


9 


36 
1 

37 








45 
1 

46 







18 
1 
19 


49 



49 







67 

1 

68 


112 

2 

114 


31.1 

0.6 
31.7 


PRIVATE J*. COLL NC 
PKIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 












2 

2 







2 
1 
3 







3 


3 


3 

1 
4 








6 
1 

7 


3 
2 
10 


2.2 

0.6 
2.3 


TRAUEt BUSINESS NC 
TRADE. BUSI OJTSTATE 
TOTAL 











I 

1 







2 


2 













5 


5 







5 

5 


7 


7 


1.9 
0.0 
1.9 


MIL ITARY 







21 


8 





29 





4 








4 


33 


9.2 


EMPLOYMENT 







IB 


49 





67 





21 


33 





54 


121 


33.6 


UT'ltKS »o 

























1 





1 


1 


0.3 


GRAND TJTAL ••• 







56 


129 





185 





57 


U3 





175 


360 


100.0 



11-154 



Lenoir 



1984-85 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT SOURCE OF FUNOS SEX RACE/ETHNIC OPK.I' 

CLASSIFICATION STATE FEDERAL LOCAL VOC AT TOTAL MALE FEMALE WHITE BLACK OV 

OFFICIAL .ACMS..MGRS. 2 1 3 3 3 

PRINCIPALS 11 11 10 1 7 * 

ASST PRINC. TEACHING 

ASST PRINC. NONTEACHING 8 8 5 3 7 1 

FLEMENTARY TEACHERS 165 8 5 173 21 157 133 45 

SFCONDARY TEACHERS frO 2 23 85 25 60 61 24 

OTHER TEACHERS 39 20 I 12 72 21 51 51 21 

GUIDANCE 8 12 11 1 10 9 2 

PSYCHOLOGICAL 

I I9RARIAN. AUDIOVISUAL 12 12 12 10 2 

CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 3 1 15 2 3 4 1 

OTHER PROFESSIONAL 12 3 2 17 4 13 15 2 

TEACHER AIDES 73 8 6 1 88 2 86 53 30 

TECHNICIANS 12 3 2 112 

CLERICAl .SECKETAR IAL 17 2 21 40 1 39 33 7 

SERVICE WORKERS 20 117 137 43 94 69 68 

S<H L ED CRAFTS 

L A90RERS .UNSKILLED 

T^TAL 430 36 162 42 670 140 5 30 461 ?09 



VOCATIONAL T5ACHFRS' SALARIES ARE PAIO APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE. 
22. 64PCT FROM LOCAL. A NO 10.08PCT FROM FEOERAL FJNDS. 



1980-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED RY SUURCE «..•».««•» per pypn. EXPENDITURE 



L r .J. 


FINAL 
AOM 




STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 




TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


PERCENT 
OF TOTAL 


L6noi» r.miNTY 


6.471 
























SAI AR1FS 




7 


414. 756 


1.059.472 


1.331.091 


9 


.805,319 


1154.77 


165.00 


207.30 


1,527.07 


64.5 


FMPI 1YFF qFNFF ITS 




1 


510.670 


234,834 


282. 367 


2 


036,872 


236.67 


36.57 


43.98 


317.22 


13.4 


PURCHASED SERVICES 






148.141 


64,125 


515.183 




727,450 


23.07 


9.99 


80.23 


113.29 


4.8 


S1IPPLIFS r. H1TF0I4LS 






557.426 


593.142 


1.178.303 


2 


323,871 


86.03 


92.38 


183.5 1 


361.92. 


15.3 


INSTRUCTIONAL FOUIP. 






12".. 113 


17.588 


17.330 




159,030 


19.33 


2.74 


2.70 


24.77 


1.0 


OTHFR OR.IFCTS 






5.469 


55.172 


96.288 




156.929 


.85 


fl. 5<i 


15.00 


24.44 


1.0 


TOTAL 




1 


764,576 


2.024.333 


3.420,562 


1 5 


209,471 


1520.72 


315.27 


532.72 


2,368.71 


100.0 


PF5CFNT OF TOTAL 






64.2 


13.3 


22.5 




100.0 













11-155 



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 



1983-84 
UNIT FINAL 



10 



11 



12 "MH EXCP TOTAL 



541 ENROLL 416 425 396 398 396 398 412 416 395 357 404 337 293 



541 
541 
541 
541 
541 



ADM 
ADA 
MLD 

PROM 
N-P 



404 
380 
404 
369 
35 



421 
403 
421 
345 

76 



389 
374 
387 
354 
33 



390 
375 
388 
376 
12 



381 
370 
377 
368 
9 



391 
377 
3 96 
387 
9 



400 
378 
397 
378 
19 



403 
378 
404 
386 
18 



373 
342 
358 
278 

80 



339 
317 

338 

289 

49 



381 
352 
373 
287 
86 



315 
298 
304 
255 
49 



236 
275 
232 
277 
5 



32 
28 
25 
25 
11 
14 



31 
30 
28 
29 
29 



5106 
4931 
4672 
4383 
4389 
494 



1984-85 
UNIT FIRST MO 

541 ENROLL 
541 AOM 
541 AOA 



8 



10 



11 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



394 428 372 354 382 373 400 392 419 349 399 317 302 
390 422 368 345 377 372 397 389 415 347 392 314 299 
377 407 358 337 368 363 385 368 392 328 371 298 291 



28 


26 


4935 


28 


26 


4881 


25 


25 


4693 



1 963-84 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 

193* HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES INTENTIONS INCLUDING 1983 SUMMER SCHOOL 



5*1 KINSTON CITY 



AMERICAN 
INOIAN 


BLACK 


WHITE 


OTHER* 


TOTAL 


AMERICAN 
INOIAN 


BLACK 


WHITE 


OTHER* 


TOTAL 


NUMBER 


PERCENT 


PU?LIC SR. INST NC 
PU'.'LIC SR. OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 







7 
2 
9 


21 
2 

23 







23 

4 
32 







25 

25 


26 


26 


1 



I 


52 


52 


80 
4 
84 


28.0 

1.4 

29.4 


PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OJTSTATE 
TUTAL 







8 
1 

9 


9 
I 
10 








17 

2 
19 







12 
3 
15 


6 

2 
8 








13 

5 

23 


35 

7 
42 


12.2 
2.4 
14.7 


CU"M C?LLt TECH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 







8 

8 


17 


17 








25 

25 








27 

27 


24 



24 







51 


51 


76 


76 


26.6 

0.0 

26.6 


PRIVATE JR. CULL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 












1 


1 







1 


1 







3 

3 


3 
3 

3 








6 

6 


7 


7 


2.4 
0.0 
2.4 


TR/.DE, BUSINESS NC 
TRAUE, BUSI OJTSTATE 
TOTAL 













1 



1 







1 


1 












3 


3 







3 


3 


4 

4 


1.4 
0.0 
1.4 


MIL ITARY 





30 


3 





33 





7 


1 





8 


41 


14.3 


EMPLOYMENT 




















10 


1 





11 


11 


3.3 


OTHLRS •* 





8 


2 





10 





9 


2 





11 


21 


7.3 


GRAN3 TOTAL ••• 





64 


57 





121 





96 


63 


1 


165 


286 


100.0 



11-156 



Kinston 



1984-65 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT 




SOURCE OF FUNDS 






SM 


RACF/ETHNIC ORIGIN 


CLASSIFICATION 


STATE 


FEDERAL LOCAL 


VQCAT 


TOTAL 


MALE FEMALE 


WHITE BLACK OTHER 



OFFICIAL .ADMS..MGRS. 5 11 7 

PRINCIPALS 9 9 

ASST PRINC. TEACHING 

ASST PRINC. NJNTEACHING 4 * 

ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 113 14 127 

SECONDARY TEACHERS 44 4 48 

OTHFR TEACHERS 51 30 13 22 116 

GUIDANCE 4 116 

PSYCHOLOGICAL 2 2 

L IBRARIAN. AUDIOVISUAL 8 2 10 

CONSULTANT, SUPER VISOR 1 1 

OTHFR PROFESSIONAL 5 5 

TEACHER AIDES 64 10 3 77 

TECHNICIANS 

CLER ICAL .SFCRETAR IAL 14 1 10 25 

SERVICE WORKERS 27 84 111 

SKILLED CRAFTS 

I ABORERS .UMSK ILLEP 

TOTAL 350 42 132 24 548 



* VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE. 
22.64PCT FROM LOCAL. AND 10.08PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1963-64 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE .......... p ER p UPR EXPENDITURE *....... 



Its 


FINAL 
AOM 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


PERCENT 
OF TOTAL 


KTNSTDN CITY 


4. Til 




















SALAQ1FS 




5.436.443 


■348.320 


1.596.810 


7.981,573 


1102.50 


192.32 


323.83 


1,618.65 


68.4 


FMPLOYEE RFNEFtTS 




1.145.023 


233.972 


351.054 


1.730,049 


232.21 


47.45 


71.19 


350.85 


14.9 


PURCHASED SERVICES 




173.573 


39.505 


467.784 


680,862 


35.20 


8.01 


94.87 


138.08 


5.8 


SUPPLIES £ MATERIALS 




251. 198 


476,437 


358.226 


1.085,861 


50.94 


96.62 


72.65 


220.21 


9.3 


INSTRUCTIONAL FOUIP. 




38.680 


3.260 


8.735 


50,675 


7.84 


.66 


1 .77 


10.27 


. 4 


nTHFR OBJECTS 




408 


83.414 


61.010 


144,832 


.08 


16.92 


12.37 


29.37 


1.2 


TOTAL 




7.045.324 


1.7 84,909 


2.843.620 


11,673,853 


1428.77 


361.98 


5 76.6 8 


2,367.43 


100.0 


PFRCFNT OF TOTAL 




60. 3 


15.3 


24. 4 


100.0 













11-157 



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 





1983-84 
































UNIT 


FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


550 


ENROLL 


642 


630 


567 


636 


608 


713 


733 


831 


799 


762 


725 


657 


534 


23 


27 


550 


ADM 


629 


613 


558 


622 


607 


696 


726 


809 


776 


721 


680 


618 


518 


26 


40 


550 


ADA 


588 


581 


5 33 


596 


581 


668 


695 


765 


728 


672 


638 


581 


489 


23 


37 


550 


MLO 


627 


606 


559 


627 


617 


698 


734 


812 


775 


707 


642 


587 


507 


28 


42 


550 


PROM 


609 


571 


546 


617 


606 


695 


726 


792 


751 


677 


602 


565 


470 


29 


40 


550 


N-P 
1984-85 


18 


35 


13 


10 


11 


3 


8 


20 


24 


30 


40 


22 


37 




2 


UNIT 


FIRST HO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


550 


ENBOLt 


610 


670 


591 


570 


628 


616 


705 


761 


820 


789 


754 


640 


601 


29 


61 


550 


AD>1 


605 


66 4 


589 


567 


630 


615 


704 


755 


816 


782 


740 


632 


597 


28 


59 


550 


ADA 


587 


649 


577 


554 


612 


603 


687 


726 


786 


744 


705 


597 


568 


28 


57 



TOTAL 

8887 
863'? 
8175 
3563 
8295 
273 



TOTAL 

8845 
8783 
8480 



1983-64 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



550 LINCOLN COUNTY 



PUBLIC SR. INST NC 
PUBLIC SR. OUT-STATE 
TUTAL 

PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OJTSTATE 
TOTAL 

CO'M COLL. TECH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TUTAL 

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TUTAL 

TRADE. BUSINESS NC 
TRADE. BUSI OJTSTATE 
TOTAL 

MILITARY 

EMPLOYMENT 

OTHERS •• 

GRAND TOTAL •«• 



NUMBER 


PERCENT 


99 
103 


20.2 
0.9 
21.0 


27 
2 
29 


5.5 
0.4 

5.9 


10". 

1 

105 


21.2 
0.2 
21. <• 


1 

1 
2 


0.2 
0.2 
0.1 


21 

21 


A. 3 
0.0 
A. 3 


35 


T.l 


IM 


33.4 


32 


6.5 


491 


100.0 



11-158 



Lincoln 



1984-85 Public School Personnel Summory 

(Full-time personnel only) 



activity assignment 



SOURCE OF FUNDS 



RACF/ETHNIC no 101* 



CI ASS IFICAT ION 



STATE FEDERAL LOCAL 



OFFICIAL .ACMS..MGRS. 
PRINCIPALS 
ASST PRINC. TEACHING 
ASST PRINC. NHNTEACHING 
FLEMENTARY TEACHERS 
SFCONDARY TEACHERS 
"THF° TEACHERS 
GUIDANCE 
PSYCHOLOGICAL 
I liiKARIAN. AUDIOVISUAL 
CONSULTANT. SUPER VISOR 
OTHER profess IONAL 
TEACHER AIDFS 
TFCHN1C1 ANS 
CLFR ICAL .SECRETAR IAL 
SERVICE WORKERS 
SKILL C D CRAFTS 
L ARORERS.UNSK ILLEO 
TOTAL 



165 

122 



186 

164 



176 
106 



1 "6 

1^' 



« VOCATIONAL TEACHERS^ SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXI MAT? LY 67.28PCT FROM STATE, 
22. 64PCT FROM LOCAL. AND I0.08PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1983-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE 



PER PUPIL EXPENDITURE 



L£A 


FINAL 
ADM 




STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 




TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


PERCENT 
OF TOTAL 


LINCOLN COUNTY 


".439 
























SALARIES 




1 


3*9. 199 


795,039 


1.903.321 


12 


,047.559 


1082.21 


92.0 3 


220.32 


1,394.56 


63.5 


FMPLOYFF RFN6F1TS 




1 


92?. 463 


176.791 


406.039 


2 


505,293 


222.53 


20.46 


47.00 


289.99 


14. 3 


PURCHASED SERVICES 






266. 625 


42.910 


352.605 




662,140 


30.86 


4 . 97 


40.82 


76.65 


?.? 


SUOPLIFS 1 MATERIALS 






612.750 


352.803 


991.607 


1 


957,165 


70.93 


40.34 


114.78 


226.55 


11. 1 


INSTRUCTIONAL E0U1P. 






158.615 


32.044 


74.489 




265,148 


18.36 


3.71 


3.6 2 


30.69 


1. 5 


OTMFP OR.IcrTS 






20.892 


It. 791 


105.232 




137,915 


2.42 


1 .36 


12.18 


15.96 


. 3 


TOTAL 




12 


330. 544 


1.411 ,383 


3.833.293 


1 1 


575,220 


1427.31 


163.37 


443.72 


2,034.40 


100.0 


PERCFNT OF TOTAL 






70.2 


3. J 


21.9 




100.0 













11-159 



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 



1983-34 
UNIT FINAL 



560 
560 
560 
560 
560 
560 



ENROLL 

ADM 

ADA 

MLO 

PROM 

N-P 



265 
249 
230 
251 
23 7 
14 



253 
246 
233 
247 
230 
17 



231 
222 

209 

219 

217 

2 



250 
242 
232 
244 

238 
6 



277 
269 
257 
265 
259 



252 

237 
227 
239 

238 
1 



289 
277 
263 
278 
273 
5 



350 
335 
319 
338 
326 
12 



8 

374 
362 
342 
359 
357 
2 



315 
294 
279 
286 
255 
31 



10 

305 
286 
273 
282 
270 
12 



11 

268 
253 
240 
244 
238 
6 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



244 
235 
223 

220 
216 

4 



3682 
3516 
3335 
3481 
3363 
118 



1984-85 
UNIT FIRST MO 

560 ENROLL 
560 AOM 
560 AOA 



8 



10 



11 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



287 275 237 232 248 278 258 281 342 389 274 262 247 
283 274 236 232 247 276 257 279 339 386 273 262 246 
273 265 232 225 241 270 251 271 331 373 264 251 238 



3618 
3598 
3492 



560 MACON COUNTY 



1963-84 High School Groduote Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



PUBLIC SR. INST NC 
PUBLIC SR. CUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

Ci,:i« COLL. Ii=CH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE JR. CULL JC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TUTAL 

TRSOE, BUSINlSS NC 
TRADE. BUSI OUTSTATE 
TOIAL 

MR ITARY 

EMPLOYMENT 

OT-^cRS •<■ 

C-RA.'iO TOTAL •«• 



NUMBER 


PERCENT 


59 


25.1 


2 


0.9 


61 


26.0 


7 


3.0 


5 


2.1 


12 


5.1 


57 


24.3 


1 


0.4 


53 


24. 7 


6 


2.6 





0.0 


6 


2.6 


1 


0.4 


2 


0.9 


3 


1.3 



3.4 

100.0 



11-160 



Macon 



1984-65 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT SOURCE OF FUNIS SEX RACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 

CLASSIFICATION STATE FEDERAL LOCAL VOCAT TOTAL MALE FEMALE WHITE 8LACK OTrt<= 

"Fficial.ADmS.,mGRS. 1 1 2 2 2 

PRINCIPALS 11 II 11 11 

ASST PRINC. TEACHING 

ASST PRINC. NONTEACHING 3 3 3 3 

ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 91 12 103 15 88 102 X 

SECONDARY TEACHERS 40 7 17 64 2* 40 6* 

OTHER TEACHERS 9 7 1 17 3 14 16 

GUIDANCE 3 1 * 2 2 * 

PSYCH1L1GICAL 

I IBRARIAN.AUOIOV ISUAL 8 8 8 8 

CONSULTANT. SUPERVISOR 1 111 

OTHFR PROFESSIONAL 3 115 14 5 

TEACHER AIDES 48 1 15 1 65 1 64 64 1 

TECHNICIANS 

CLFPICAL. SECRETARIAL 12 8 20 20 20 

SERVICF WORKERS 12 42 54 16 36 52 2 

SKILLED CRAFTS 9 5 14 14 14 

L ABORFRS. UNSKILLED 

T1TAL 251 9 92 19 371 94 2 77 366 4 

• VHCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE, 
22.64PCT FROM LOCAL, AND 10.08PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNOS. 



1983-64 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE .......... p E , Pu p, L EXPENDITURE 

FEDERAL LOCAL TOTAL STATE FEDERAL LOCAL 

463.279 976.512 5,538,601 1165.76 131.76 277.73 1.575.25 69.1 

104.280 206.588 1,150.028 238.67 29.66 53.76 327.09 14.4 
10.700 167.095 248.879 20.22 3.04 47.52 70.78 3.1 

161,787 451.354 929.919 90.10 46.01 123.37 264.48 11.6 

5.984 13.163 98.806 22.66 1.70 3.74 23.10 1.2 

12.775 32.839 46,346 .21 3.63 9.34 13.13 .6 

753.805 1.847.551 8.012,579 1537.62 215.80 525.46 2,278.33 100.0 

9.5 23.1 100.0 



LEA 


FINAL 
ADM 


STATE 


IAC.ON COUNTY 


3.516 




SAL ARI FS 




4,09fl,810 


FMJHC1YFF SFNFFITS 




839, 160 


PURCHASED SERVICES 




71,083 


VJ°PIIFS £ MATERIALS 




316.779 


INSTRUCTIONAL EOUIP. 




79,659 


othfr nsuscis 




732 


TOTAL 




5.406.273 


PERCENT OF TOTAL 




67.4 



11-161 



MADISON 

Robert L. Edwards, Supt. 
Courthouse, Box 308 
Marshall, N. C. 28753 

7 Elementary Schools 
1 Secondary School 

8th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 





1933-84 




































UNIT 


FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


570 


ENROLL 


194 


230 


210 


207 


230 


245 


219 


257 


225 


314 


219 


217 


178 


12 




? 


2959 


570 


ADM 


185 


225 


207 


205 


227 


240 


214 


247 


221 


290 


209 


203 


175 


11 




? 


2861 


570 


ADA 


165 


2 03 


192 


191 


211 


226 


201 


231 


207 


260 


193 


185 


159 


11 




? 


2642 


5 70 


MLO 


196 


226 


20 8 


204 


227 


245 


211 


241 


223 


275 


196 


192 


173 


10 




? 


2819 


570 


PKOM 


182 


218 


200 


199 


227 


244 


210 


233 


220 


200 


185 


182 


171 


R 




? 


2681 


570 


N-P 
1984-85 


4 


8 


8 


5 




1 


1 


8 


3 


75 


11 


10 


2 


2 






133 


UNIT 


FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 TMH EXCP 




TOTAL 


570 


ENROLL 


205 


199 


233 


214 


211 


224 


251 


223 


239 


288 


217 


199 


181 


5 


1 




7890 


570 


A DM 


203 


196 


229 


213 


207 


222 


250 


221 


236 


281 


214 


198 


179 


5 


1 




2855 


570 


ADA 


191 


189 


221 


204 


200 


215 


241 


209 


224 


258 


202 


185 


168 


4 


1 




2712 



1963-64 High School Groduote Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



570 MAOISON COUNTY 



PUPLIC SR. INST NC 
PUfLIC SR. OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

CO'IM COLLt TECH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TUIAL 

TRADE, BUSINESS NC 
TRAy;, BUSI OUTSTATE 
TUIAL 

MILITARY 

EMPLOYMENT 
OTHERS •• 
GRA\0 TOTAL •>• 



20 


11.8 





0.0 


20 


11.3 


17 


10.1 


6 


.3.6 


23 


13.6 


39 


23.1 


1 


0.6 


*.o 


23.7 


5 


3.0 





0.0 


5 


3.0 


3 


1.8 


2 


1.2 


5 


3.0 


10 


5.9 


6<. 


37.9 


2 


1.2 


169 


100.0 



11-162 



Madison 



1984-65 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT 




SOURCE OF FUNOS 






SEX 


RACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 


r.l ASS ir ICATION 


STATE 


FEDERAL LOCAL 


VOCAT 


TOTAL 


"ALE FEMALE 


WHITE BLACK OTH=f. 



OFFICIAL .ADMS..MGRS. 
PRINCIPALS 
ASST PRINC. TEACHING 
5SST PRINC.NONTEACHING 
ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 
SECONDARY TEACHERS 
OTHER TEACHERS 
GUIDANCE 
PSYCHOLOGICAL 
I IilRARIAN, AUDIOVISUAL 
CONSULTANT, SUPER VISOR 
OTHER PROFESSIONAL 
TEACHEP AIOES 
TECHNICI ANS 
CLERICAL. SECRETARIAL 
SERVICE WORKERS 
SKILL ED CRAFTS 
L ABORERS .OMSK ILLSD 
TOTAL 



VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.29PCT FROM STATE, 
22.64PCT FROM LOCAL. AND I0.08PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNOS. 



1983-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENOFD BY SOURCE 



...... p E(( pupil EXPENDITURE 





FINAL 






LE.A 


ADM 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


AiisriN crn-iTY 


2. 861 






SAl ARIES 




3.413. 382 


515.547 


FMPLOYFF BENEFITS 




701,588 


114.809 


PURCHASED SFRVICES 




77, 889 


33,715 


SUPPI IFS t. "ATFRI ALS 




310. 877 


290. 6ei 


INSTRUCTIONAL EQUIP. 




104,455 


29.645 


HTH^R OR.IFCTS 




1 .113 


30,522 


TflTAI 




4,610,083 


1,014,924 


PFRCFNT OF TOTAL 




71.7 


1 5.8 



275.221 4,204,150 1193.07 180.20 

60,969 877,366 245.22 40.13 

174,935 286,539 27.22 11.78 

253.552 855.115 108.66 101.60 

9.601 143.680 36.50 10.36 

27.791 60,227 .67 10.67 

802.069 6.427.076 1611.34 354.74 

12.5 100.0 



96 


20 


1.469 


47 


65 


4 


21 


31 


3 06 


66 


1 3 


7 


61 


14 


ICO 


1 4 


4 


5 


8 = 


S2 


298 


98 


1 3 


3 


3 


36 


50 


22 


2 


2 


9 


71 


21 


05 




9 



280.34 2,246.42 



11-163 



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 



1983-84 
UNIT FINAL 

580 ENROLL 

580 ADM 

580 ADA 

580 ML0 

580 PROM 

580 N-P 



10 



11 



381 378 
54 14 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



408 430 394 395 441 466 441 469 467 463 462 416 352 

398 428 388 394 435 460 436 462 458 450 445 400 348 

380 412 377 385 422 448 421 446 441 428 425 384 332 

398 426 390 397 434 457 437 460 452 439 435 392 347 

378 363 358 369 415 436 374 423 417 336 



318 
29 



24 
23 
20 
23 
23 



17 

18 
16 
18 
14 

4 



5645 
5543 
5337 
5505 
4983 
522 



1984-85 
UNIT FIRST MO 



8 



10 



11 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



580 ENROLL 376 434 396 393 385 433 481 422 453 537 373 381 401 
580 ADM 370 426 392 393 386 427 475 417 447 524 363 375 395 
580 ADA 362 417 383 386 379 422 468 405 436 509 353 363 383 



22 


18 


5505 


22 


17 


5429 


20 


16 


5302 



1983-64 High School Groduote Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



560 MARTIN COUNTY 



WHITE OTHER« 



NUMBER 


PERCENT 


97 


28.9 


6 


1.3 


103 


30.7 


11 


3.3 


2 


0.6 


13 


3.9 


80 


23.8 





0.0 


80 


23.8 


12 


3.6 





0.0 


12 


3.6 


3 


0.9 


11 


3.3 


14 


4.2 


48 


14.3 


64 


19.0 


2 


0.6 


336 


.100.0 







PUBLIC SR. INST NC 
PUBLIC SR. OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OUTSTATE 
TOTaL 

COVM COLLt TECH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

TRADE. BUSINESS NC 
TRADE, DUSI OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

MILITARY 

EMPLOYMENT 
OTHERS •« 
CRANO TOTAL «•• 



11-164 



Mart in 



1984-65 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT SOURCE OF FUNDS SEX RACE/ETHNIC CRIGI' 

CLASSIFICATION STATE FEDERAL LCCAL VOCAT TOTAL MALE FEMALE WHITE BLACK OTH 

OFFICIAL .ACMS..MGRS. 8 3 * 1 16 7 9 13 3 

PRINCIPALS 14 14 13 1 8 6 

ASST PRINC. TEACHING 2 2 2 2 

ASST PRINC. NONTEACHING 3 3 2 112 

ELEMENTARY TFACHEPS 1*2 13 30 4 189 19 170 117 7? 

SECONDARY TEACHERS 54 4 11 24 93 39 54 65 28 

OTHER TEACHERS 22 5 27 3 24 16 11 

GUIDANCE 6 2 2 10 10 5 5 

PSYCHOLOGICAL 1 1 2 1111 

I IBRARIAN. AUDIOVISUAL 10 2 12 12 8 4 

CONSULTANT. SUPER VISOR 

OTHER PROFESSIONAL 

TEACHER AIDES 62 27 8 97 3 94 49 48 

TECHNICIANS 

CLERICAL. SECRETAR IAL 10 2 17 29 29 20 9 

SERVICE WORKERS 87 18 105 24 81 36 69 

SKILLFO CRAFTS. 7 10 17 17 13 4 

I ARORERS, UNSKILLED 

TOTAL 428 54 103 31 616 113 503 352 264 

* VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE. 
22. 64PCT FROM LOCAL. A NO 10.08PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNOS. 



1963-64 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENOED BY SOURCE ....»...«« PER PUPIL EXPENDITURE 

FINAL 
LEA ADM 

1APT! N COUNTY 5.543 

SALARIES 6.289,786 997.755 1.718.003 9.005.544 1134.73 180.00 309.94 1,624.67 65.6 



F-PLOYEE BENEFITS 





STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


ST 


UE 


6 


289, 786 


997.755 


1,718,003 


9,005,544 


1134 


73 


1 


311. 121 


248,351 


384.364 


1,943,836 


236 


54 




135.469 


43.154- 


626.888 


805,511 


24 


44 




436.281 


513.224 


474,192 


1,423,697 


78 


71 




126.840 


62.028 


203.782 


392.650 


12 


en 




1164 


77,515 


75.391 


153,770 




16 


A 


300.360 


1.942.027 


3.482.621 


13.725,008 


14 97 


-.6 




60.5 


!<..! 


25.4 


100.0 







,.80 69.34 350.68 14.1 



PURCHASED SERVICES 135.469 43.154- 626.888 805,511 24.44 7.79 113.10 145.33 5.9 

SUPPLIES t MATERIALS 436.281 513.224 474.192 1,423,697 78.71 92.59 85.55 256.85 10.4 

INSTRUCTIONAL FOUIP. 126.840 62.028 203.782 392,650 22.88 11.19 36.76 70.83 2.9 

nTHFR nnjFf-TS R64 77,515 75.391 153,770 .16 13.98 13.60 27.74 1.1 

TOTAL 8.300.360 1.942,027 3.482.621 13.725,008 1497.46 350.35 623.29 2,476.10 100.0 
PFRCFNT OF TOTAL 



11-165 



Mcdowell 

Dr. Terry B. Grier, 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 





1983-84 


































UNIT 


FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


590 


ENROLL 


533 


504 


488 


541 


5e8 


608 


603 


633 


611 


581 


590 


494 


459 


28 


22 


7283 


590 


ADM 


515 


4 84 


474 


528 


575 


598 


587 


620 


595 


552 


545 


462 


447 


25 


22 


7029 


590 


AOA 


464 


450 


445 


500 


544 


5 62 


555 


580 


551 


510 


505 


428 


40 5 


20 


20 


6539 


590 


MLO 


511 


482 


475 


526 


574 


599 


585 


619 


593 


539 


503 


445 


438 


24 


22 


6940 


590 


PROM 


474 


436 


453 


503 


563 


5 82 


578 


531 


556 


511 


44 7 


389 


418 


21 


22 


6534 


590 


N-P 
1984-85 


37 


46 


22 


23 


11 


17 


7 


33 


37 


28 


61 


56 


20 


3 




406 


UNIT 


FIRST NO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


590 


ENROLL 


529 


532 


468 


484 


527 


577 


586 


626 


620 


602 


560 


498 


419 


29 




7057 


590 


AOM 


525 


531 


467 


482 


524 


572 


585 


623 


618 


601 


554 


494 


414 


29 




7019 


590 


AOA 


501 


513 


455 


468 


509 


553 


569 


595 


583 


571 


526 


467 


392 


26 




6728 



1963-84 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



590 -"CDO-IELL COUNTY 



NU"3ER 


PERCENT 


74 


17.0 


4 


0.9 


78 


17.9 


14 


3.2 


4 


0.9 


13 


4.1 


65 


14.9 





0.0 


65 


14.9 


6 


1.4 





0.0 


6 


1 .4 


6 


1.4 


3 


0.7 


9 


2.1 


6 


1.4 


251 


57.7 


2 


0.5 


435 


101.0 



PUBLIC S°. INST NC 
PULLIC SR. OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OuTSTATE 
TOTAL 

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

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

TRAUE. BUSINESS NC 
TkAOE, BUSI OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

MILITARY 

EHPL0Y1ENT 
OTHCRS •• 
GRAND TOTAL ••« 



11-166 



McDowe 1 1 



1984-85 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT SOURCE OF FUNOS SEX RACE/ETHNIC OKIC 

CLASSIFICATION ST4TE FEDERAL LCCAL VLlC AT TOTAL MALE FEMALE WHITE BLACK [ 



OFFICIAL .ADMS..MGRS. 9 9 7 2 9 

PRINCIPALS 11 11 11 11 

ASST PRIMC. TEACHING 

ASST PRINC.NONTEACH1NG 8 8 7 18 

ElEMENTARY TEACHERS 1*3 9 7 159 10 1*9 155 

SECONDARY TEACHERS 139 5 6 29 149 53 96 1*4 

OTHER TEACHERS 28 8 36 6 30 35 

GUIDANCE 9 2 11 5 6 13 

PSYCHOLOGICAL I 111 

L IRRARMN. AUDIOVISUAL 12 12 12 12 

CONSULTANT. SUPERVISOR 2 2 2 2 

OTHER PROFESSIONAL 2 2 * * 3 

TEACHFR AIDES 91 23 4 2 122 5 117 115 

TECHNICIANS 

CLER ICAL .SECRETARIAL 1* 2 9 1 26 26 26 

SERVICE WORKERS 33 32 115 *3 72 114 

SKILLED CRAFTS 

I ARORERS. UNSKILLED 

TOTAL 470 *9 112 3* 665 1*3 517 6*7 



VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXI MAINLY 67.23PCT FROM STATE. 
27.44PCT FROM LOCAL. AND 10.08PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1983-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE ...••»«..« per PUPIL EXPENDITURE 



L E ■' 


ADM 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 




TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


T"TAL 


Mf.nnwFLI COUNTY 


7,029 




















SA! ARIES 




7.567.*H 


819.41* 


1.024.243 


9 


,412.088 


1076.40 


116.43 


144.00 


1,339.03 


FMPIDYFE BENEFITS 




1. 59*. 728 


193.502 


231.495 


2 


,009.725 


225.44 


2T.53 


32.93 


285.92 


PURCHASED SFRVICFS 




142.815 


47.744 


217.554 




448,1 12 


23.14 


9.64 


30.95 


43.75 


SUPPLIES r. MATERIALS 




4*8. 120 


203,930 


839.078 


1 


591,027 


43.75 


41.80 


119.37 


224.92 


INSTRUCTIONAL FOIJIP. 




12 7.6*6 


79.B32 


43.058 




249.537 


18.16 


11.22 


8.97 


38.35 


OTHER OBJECTS 




95* 


*3. 193 


81.031 




125.178 


. 1* 


6. 14 


11.53 


17.81 


TOTSL 




9.891,474 


1.495,515 


2.458,479 


13 


,945,469 


1407.27 


212.74 


349.75 


1,949.78 


PFT. FNT OF TOTAL 




71.4 


i :. a 


17.8 




100. 











11-167 



MECKLENBURG 



Dr. Jay M. Robinson, Supt. 

701 E. Second St., P. 0. Box 30035 

Charlotte, N. C. 28230 

73 Elementary Schools 
11 Secondary Schools 
20 Combined Schools 

6th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 





1983-84 


UNIT 


FINAL 


600 


ENROLL 


600 


ADM 


600 


AOA 


600 


MLO 


600 


PKOM 


600 


N-P 




1984-85 


UNIT 


FIRST MO 



8 



10 



11 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



5162 5603 5130 5234 5192 5488 5951 6812 6622 6356 6073 5240 4571 

4941 5364 4913 5065 5014 5301 5756 6537 6370 5977 5648 4897 4429 

4644 5105 4695 4859 4814 5084 5504 6081 5893 5478 5139 4461 4185 

4959 5355 4903 5066 5004 5294 5756 6504 6318 5948 5363 4673 4346 

4772 4936 4679 4816 4718 5046 5423 5692 5622 4670 4203 3973 4098 

187 419 224 250 286 248 333 812 696 1178 1080 700 248 



307 


818 


74559 


288 


830 


71330 


257 


758 


66957 


293 


857 


70539 


293 


809 


63830 




48 


6709 



8 



10 11 12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



600 ENROLL 5296 5353 5240 4935 5056 5063 5414 6216 6550 6693 6104 4887 4564 261 729 72361 
600 ADM 5216 5312 5209 4910 5027 5032 5395 6161 6490 6607 6037 4844 4528 257 710 71735 
600 ADA 5080 5195 5105 4818 4933 4935 5290 5976 6292 6385 5820 4694 4436 244 668 69871 



1 963-84 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



600 MECKLENBURG COUNTY 









MALE 










FEMALE 






NUMBER 


TOTAL 




MERICAN 
INDIAN 


BLACK 


WHITE 


OTHER* 


TOTAL 


AMERICAN 
INDIAN 


BLACK 


WHITE 


OTHERo 


TOTAL 


PERCENT 


PU9LIC SR. INST NC 
PU".LIC SR. OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 


1 


1 


119 

8 
12T 


*90 
*9 
539 


12 
2 

1*. 


622 
59 

681 



2 

2 


193 

2 

195 


586 
36 
622 


15 

15 


79* 
*0 
83* 


1*16 

99 

1515 


33.6 
2.3 

35.9 


PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 








36 
11 


71 
32 

103 



3 

3 


107 
*6 
153 








3* 
12 

46 


112 

44 
156 


* 


* 


150 

56 

206 


257 

102 
359 


6.1 
•2.* 
8.5 


CtV'M COLLi TECH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 


3 

1 

* 


105 

5 

110 


226 

6 

232 


LI 



11 


12 

367 


1 
1 

2 


192 

I 

193 


269 

5 

27* 


6 
1 

7 


*68 

8 

476 


813 

20 

833 


19.3 
0.5 

19.8 


PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TUTAL 









11 
1 

12 


39 

1 

♦0 







50 
2 
52 







2 

6 


35 

1 
36 







39 

3 

*2 


89 

5 

9* 


2.1 
0.1 
2.2 


TRADE, BUSINESS NC 
TP.ADC. BUSI OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 







13 

8 
21 


13 
* 
17 







26 
12 
38 


I 



1 


73 

10 
83 


100 

6 

106 


1 



1 


175 

15 

191 


201 

2d 

229 


*.8 

0.7 
5.4 


MILITARY 


I 


131 


88 


* 


22* 





31 


a 





39 


263 


6.2 


EMPLOYMENT 


* 


163 


200 


1 


368 


1 


107 


1*7 


2 


257 


625 


14.0 


OTIItPS •• 





*J 


99 





142 





58 


96 


2 


156 


2V7 


r.o 


GRAND TOTAL •<■• 


11 


65* 


1313 


33 


2015 


6 


719 


IS** 


31 


2200 


*215 


100.0 



11-168 



Mecklenburg 



1984-85 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT 



SOURCE OF FUNDS 



RACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 



CL ASS IFICATION 



STATE FEDERAL LOCAL 



FEMALE WHITE 



OFFICIAL. ADMS..MGRS. 
PRI\CIPALS 
ASST PRINC. TEACHING 
ASST PRINC. NINTEACHING 
FLFMFNTARY TEACHERS 
SECONDARY TEACHERS 
OTHER TEACHERS 
GUIDANCE 
PSYCHOLOGICAL 
L IBRARIAN. AUDIOVISUAL 
CONSULT ANT. SUPER VISOR 
OTHFR PROFESSIONAL 
TEACHER AIDES 
TECHNICIANS 
CLERICAL .SECRETAR IAL 
SERVICE WORKERS 
SKILl ED CRAFTS 
L AMBERS. UNSKILLED 
TOTAL 



123 




43 




171 


63 


1 03 


122 


49 


1435 


90 


1 56 




1731 


86 


1645 


1143 


577 


1309 


56 


2 OS 


233 


1857 


in 


1233 


1337 


506 


69 




13 




82 


30 


52 


66 


16 


fcS 


3 


36 


10 


114 


29 


85 


73 


36 


I 7 


8 


71 




106 


28 


78 


91 


1*. 


82 




54 




136 


4 


132 


97 


39 



1 35 


3 


227 


3 


363 


12 


356 


276 


347 




790 




1137 


360 


777 


473 


31 




1 17 




148 


1*3 


5 


120 


10 




69 




79 


78 


1 


37 


nil 


216 


2069 


310 


7406 


1655 


5751 


4764 



• VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE. 
22. 64PCT FROM LOCAL. AND 10.08PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1980-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 













BY SOURCE 










.»•••••«,. per 


PUPIL EXPENDITURE 




I EA 


FINAL 
ADM 




STATE 




FEDERAL 




LOCAL 




TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


PERCENT 
OF TOTAL 


MFCKI FNHIIRr. COUNT 


71.130 




























SAl ARIFS 




7^ 


437.685 


7 


.585,326 


38 


739.089 


125 


.762.100 


1113.66 


106.34 


543.10 


1.763.10 


67.6 


FMPmYEF BENEFITS 




16 


522. 77* 


I 


797.102 


8 


179.547 


26 


499.423 


231 .64 


25.19 


114.67 


371.50 


14.2 


PURCHASED SFRVICFS 




2 


384.058 




985,06* 


13 


455.231 


16 


.824.356 


33.42 


13.81 


188.63 


235.86 


9. 


SUPPL IFS C MATERIALS 




4 


048. 190 


3 


942.326 


h 


278.761 


14 


269,276 


56.75 


55.27 


88.02 


200.04 


7. 7 


INSTRUCTIONAL FOUIP. 






812.943 




151,103 


1 


065.442 


2 


029,688 


11.40 


2.12 


14.94 


28.46 


1. 1 


OTHER OBJECTS 






11. 144 




266,223 




419.625 




696,992 


.16 


3.73 


5.88 


9.77 


.4 


TOTAL 




103 


216. 794 


14 


727.348 


66 


137.694 


186 


081,836 


1447.03 


206.46 


955.24 


2,608.71 


100.0 


PFRCFNT OF TOTAL 






55.5 




7.9 




36.6 




100.0 













11-169 



MITCHELL 

Douglas M. Greene, Supt. 
115 School Road 
Bakersville, N. C. 28705 

6 Elementary Schools 
1 Secondary School 

8th Education District 




1983-84 
UNIT FINAL 



610 
610 
610 
610 
610 
610 



ENROLL 

ADM 

ADA 

MLO 

PROM 

N-P 



200 
191 
172 
186 
178 
3 



1984-85 
UNIT FIRST MO 

610 ENROLL 
610 ADM 

610 ADA 



197 
191 

175 

192 

181 

11 

1 



189 
188 
174 
189 
178 
11 



155 
149 
139 
149 
147 
2 



Pupil Accounting 



194 
189 
177 
191 
187 



199 
194 
180 
193 
193 



179 
174 
163 
175 
175 



234 
227 
2 13 
226 
226 



214 
209 
194 
210 
209 
1 



8 



232 
223 
205 
216 

206 
10 



10 

220 
20 7 
187 

200 
185 

15 



10 



11 

212 

200 
178 
183 
163 

20 



11 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



176 
165 
148 
155 
140 
15 



!!? \1} J 'I 162 ** 6 191 196 179 232 212 216 203 
181 194 197 181 146 191 196 178 229 

170 184 186 176 140 185 190 



1 980-84 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



410 MITCHELL COUNTY 



PUBLIC S«. INST NC 
PU1LIC SR. OUT-STATE 
TCTAL 

PRIVATE SR. I'.ST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OUTSTaTE 
TOTAL 

CO<'4 COLLt TECH NC 
C.C. TTCH OUT-STATE 

TOTAL 

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OjTSTATE 
TOTAL 



14 

15 

14 

14 
14 



2615 
2522 
2319 
2479 
2382 
97 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



184 

211 215 199 183 

172 222 203 207 187 171 



15 


2529 


15 


2516 


14 


2407 





TOTAL 


NUMBER 


PERCENT 


20 


l<..3 


9 


6.<r 


29 


20.7 


18 


12.9 


1 


0.7 


19 


13.6 


3<r 


2*.. 3 


1 


0.7 


35 


25.0 


1 


0.7 





0.0 


1 


0.7 



TRADE, UUSINSSS NC 
TRAJF, EUSI OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 



MILITARY 
EK?LOY"ENT 
OTHERS CO 
GRAND TOTAL 






0.0 


*8 


3<>.3 


6 


"..3 


JAO 


100.0 



11-170 



Mitchell 



1964-85 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT SOURCE OF FUNDS SEX RACE/ETHNIC OR1GI* 

CLASSIFICATION STATE FEDERAL LOCAL VOCAT TOTAL MALE FEMALE WHITE BLACK OT( 

OFFICIAL .A0MS..MGRS. 6 1 I 8 4 4 8 

PRINCIPALS 7 7 6 17 
ASST PRINC. TEACHING 

4SST PRINC. NONTEACHING 2 2 2 2 

ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 67 1 68 12 56 63 

SECONDARY TEACHERS 34 2 10 46 25 21 46 

OTHER TEACHERS 5 9 I 4 2 1 2 1 4 

GUIDANCE 1 12 2 2 

PSYCHOLOGICAL 1 111 

L I3RARIAN. AUDIOVISUAL 5 5 5 5 
CONSULTANT. SUPER VISOR 

OTHER PROFESSIONAL 2 2 112 

TEACHER AIDES 35 2 I 3 4 1 1 40 41 

TECHNICIANS 1 11 1 

CLERICAL. SECRETARIAL 7 6 13 13 13 

SERVICE WORKERS 11 33 44 10 3* 44 

SKILLED CRAFTS 5 4 9 9 9 
L ASORERS. UNSKILLED 

TOTAL 188 12 48 15 263 73 190 263 

* VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCI FROM STATE. 

22.64PCT FROM LOCAL. AND 10.08PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1963-64 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE ....»..•»• p ER PUPU EXPENDITURE 

FINAL 
LEA 

M1TCHFIL COUNTY 

SAI AP.1FS 

FMPIOYFF BFNFFITS 

p'i°(-HA<;En SFovir.Fs 

VIPPI IR C "ATFPIALS 
INSTRUCTIONAL EC'IIP. 

othfr nnjrrTS 

TPT1L 
PFRCFNT OF TOTAL 



FINAL 




ADM 


STATE 


2.52? 






2.937.916 




615.488 




3. 804 




258.247 




78. 960 




53 




3.944.369 




* = .! 



FEDEBAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


PERCENT 
OF TOTAL 


388.347 


408.369 


3.784,632 


1184.74 


153.98 


161.92 


1 ,500.64 


S5.« 


90,612 


85.657 


791.757 


244.05 


35.93 


33.96 


313.94 


1 3. 6 


9.264 


259.600 


272.668 


1.51 


3.67 


102.93 


108.1 1 


4. 7 


142.674 


362.650 


763,572 


102.40 


56.5 7 


143.79 


302.76 


13.2 


?4. 194 


16.043 


1 19,097 


31.27 


9.59 


6.36 


47.22 


?. 1 


20.956 


38.354 


59,363 


.02 


B.31 


15.21 


23.54 


I. 


676.046 


1, 170.673 


5,791,088 


1563.99 


268.05 


4 64.17 


2.296.21 


100. 


11.7 


20.2 


100.0 













11-171 



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 





1983-84 


































UNIT 


FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


620 


ENROLL 


331 


386 


339 


332 


342 


354 


351 


379 


355 


421 


308 


243 


25 6 


23 


8 


4428 


620 


AOM 


32 1 


383 


334 


330 


338 


351 


346 


375 


354 


377 


285 


226 


247 


23 


7 


4297 


620 


ADA 


306 


368 


323 


321 


326 


339 


333 


360 


335 


355 


271 


213 


237 


ZZ 


6 


41 15 


620 


MLO 


319 


3 86 


331 


334 


338 


3 50 


343 


371 


355 


358 


269 


2 14 


237 


23 


7 


4235 


620 


PROM 


311 


342 


320 


329 


335 


3 50 


343 


367 


355 


288 


228 


196 


231 


23 


2 


4020 


620 


N-P 
1984-85 


8 


44 


11 


5 


3 






4 




70 


41 


18 


6 




5 


215 


UNIT 


FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 




5 


6 


7 


8 






























9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


620 
620 
620 


ENROLL 

AOM 

ADA 


315 
311 

304 


360 
356 
348 


354 
353 
347 


322 

319 
313 


334 
333 
326 


338 
335 
330 


359 

358 
352 


350 
348 
339 


365 
364 
356 


413 

406 
393 


324 
316 

309 


240 
237 
232 


226 

224 

220 


22 

22 
21 


4 
4 
4 


4326 

4286 
4194 



1963-64 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



620 MONTGOMERY COUNTY 









MALE 










FEMALE 








TOTAL 


a 


MERICAN 
INDIAN 


BLACK 


WHITE 


OTHER* 


TOTAL 


AMERICAN 
INDIAN 


BLACK 


WHITE 


OTHER* 


TOTAL 


NUMBER 


PERCENT 


PU3LIC SR. INST NC 
PUBLIC SR. OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 









4 


11 

11 








15 

15 








6 
1 

7 


16 


16 


1 

1 


23 

1 

24 


31 
1 
39 


16.1 
0.4 
16.5 


PRIVATE SR. I\ST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 








1 



1 


5 


5 








6 

6 







2 
1 
3 


10 
1 
11 







12 
2 

14 


18 
2 

20 


7.6 
0.3 
8.5 


CO-M COLLt TECH NC 
C.C. TFCH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 








2 

2 


24 

24 



3 



26 


26 







8 

8 


20 

20 







28 

28 


54 

54 


22.9 

0.0 
22.9 


PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 





c 


I 

1 


4 

4 


1 



1 


6 

6 












1 

1 







1 

1 


7 


7 


3.0 
0.0 
3.0 


TRAUE, BUSINESS NC 
TRADE, BUSI OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 







1 



I 












1 


I 







2 
3 
5 


2 

2 







4 
3 

7 


5 
3 

3 


2.1 
1.3 
3.4 


MILITARY 





* 


7 





11 

















11 


4.7 


EMPLOYMENT 





24 


30 





54 





23 


19 





42 


96 


40.7 


OTHERS •• 























1 





1 


1 


0.4 


GRANO TOTAL «o» 





37 


81 


1 


119 





46 


70 


1 


117 


236 


100.0 



11-172 



Montgomery 



1984-85 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT SOURCF OF FUNDS SEX RACF/ETHNIC ORIGIN 

CLASSIFICATION STATE FEDERAL LOCAL VGCAT TOTAL MALE FEMALE WHITE SLACK OTH = 

OFFICIAL. AOMS..MGRS. 6 1 119 6 3 9 

PRINCIPALS 10 10 10 7 2 

ASST PRINC. TEACHING 

ASST PRINCNONTEACHING 3 3 3 2 1 

ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 115 115 18 97 9? 18 

SECONDARY TEACHERS 47 4 3 18 72 29 43 67 5 

PTHFR TEACHERS 14 14 28 3 25 22 6 

GUIDANCE 5 5 2 3 4 1 

PSYCHOLOGICAL 1 111 

I IBRARIAN.A'JDIOV ISUAL 7 7 7 7 

CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 2 2 2 2 

OTHER PROFESSIONAL 

TEACHER AIOES 59 4 2 65 3 62 49 16 

TECHNICIANS 

CLERICAL. SECRETAR IAL 10 2 6 1 19 19 16 3 

SERVICE WORKERS 16 55 71 14 57 48 23 

SKILLED CRAFTS 5 7 12 1? 11 1 

L APPRERS ,UNSK ILLED 

TOTAL 299 26 74 20 419 100 319 342 76 

* VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE. 
22.64PCT FROM LOCAL. ANO 10.08PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1983-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



















PUPIL 


XPENOITURE 




te* 


FINAL 
ft()M 


STATE 


FEOERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


PERCENT 
OF TOTAL 


MONTGOMERY COUNTY 


4.297 




















SAIAR IFS 




4. 772.442 


656. 897 


656.629 


6,085,969 


1110.65 


152.87 


152.81 


1.416.33 


( 6. 


FMPLOYFF RC N pF IT <; 




1.005.43? 


155.727 


148.232 


1 .309,391 


233.98 


36.24 


34.5 


304.72 


1 4. 2 


PURCHASED SFRVITFS 




72.940 


30.226 


261.281 


364,447 


16.97 


7.03 


60.81 


84.81 


3.9 


S'IPPI TFS C MATERIALS 




334. 741 


341 .701 


507.675 


1.184,1 17 


77.90 


79.52 


118.15 


275.57 


12. 9 


INSTOi/rTIONAL FOUlP. 




125.670 


14.208 


4,203 


144,081 


29.2 5 


3.31 


.'• 3 


33.54 


I. 6 


rru-^ oi.i=rTs 




353 


52.020 


85.086 


137,998 


.21 


12.11 


19.80 


32.12 


1. 5 


TOTAL 




6.312.118 


1.250.779 


1.663.106 


9.226,003 


1468.96 


291.08 


387.05 


2,147.09 


100.0 


PFRCFNT OF TOTAL 




63. 4 


13.6 


18.0 


100.0 













11-173 



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 



1983-8* 
UNIT FINAL 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



630 ENROLL 

630 AOM 

630 AOA 

630 MLO 

630 PROM 

630 N-P 



593 659 673 631 650 662 700 763 763 752 721 698 628 



577 
5*6 
575 
5*8 
27 



6*6 
617 
653 
605 

*8 



663 
637 
672 
6*7 
25 



619 
598 
620 
617 
3 



6*2 
617 
6*6 
637 
9 



6*6 
621 
6*3 
63* 

9 



688 
658 
69* 
679 
15 



7*5 
713 
7*9 
72* 
25 



750 
715 

7*8 

7*0 



721 
692 
703 
635 
68 



686 
657 
672 
619 
53 



657 
62* 
637 
582 
55 



616 
590 
615 
602 
13 



*0 
37 
*1 
1* 
27 



7* 
69 
76 
58 
18 



9015 
8770 
8391 
8 7** 
83*1 
*03 



198*-85 
UNIT FIRST HO 



10 



11 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



630 ENROLL 
630 AOM 
630 AOA 



612 638 66* 663 6*7 6*5 6*0 709 7*0 802 700 667 622 
599 63* 660 660 6*3 6*5 638 706 736 793 691 660 619 
588 616 6*7 6*6 630 628 621 691 720 769 671 6*0 602 



*0 


67 


8*56 


39 


67 


8789 


38 


62 


8569 



630 MOORE COUNT* 



i 963-84 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



PU°LIC SR. INST NC 
PUPLIC SR. OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

C0"M COLLt TfCH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TUTAL 

TRAJE. BUSINESS NC 
TPA0<=, BUSI OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

MILITARY 

EMPLOYMENT 
OTHCRS «• 
GRANO TOTAL «<"> 



113 
117 



NUM3ER 


PERCENT 


119 


19.5 


6 


1.0 


124 


20.5 


33 


S.<, 


<i 


•0.7 


37 


6.1 


193 


32.7 


4 


0.7 


202 


33.3 


6 


1 .0 


1 


0.2 


7 


1.2 


a 


1.3 


5 


0.9 


13 


2.1 


50 


9.7 


100 


17.0 


56 


9.2 


606 


100.0 



11-174 



Moore 



1964-85 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Pull-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT SOURCE OF FUNDS SEX RAC E /E THNI C TO 

CLASSIFICATION ST4TE FEDERAL LOCAL VI.'CAT TOTAL MALE FEMALE WHITE BLACK 

OFFICIAL .ADMS..MGRS. 3 2 5 5 5 

PRINCIPALS 18 18 16 2 15 3 

ASST DRINC. TEACHING 2 2 1111 

ASST PRINC.NQNTFACHING 6 6 6 5 1 

ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 251 17 5 273 38 235 214 59 

SECONDARY TEACHERS 93 4 9 41 147 73 74 122 25 

^THER TOCHERS 10 36 46 14 32 39 7 

GUIDANCE 8 3 11 I 10 10 1 

PSYCHOLOGICAL 3 3 6 3 3 6 

L IRRARIAN.AUOIOV ISUAl 19 19 19 16 3 

CONSULTANT, SUPER VISOR 3 4 18 3 5 6 2 

OTHER PROFESSIONAL 9 2 5 1 17 5 12 15 2 

TFACHER AIDFS 114 6 16 136 9 127 91 45 

TECHNICIANS 1 6 7 3 4 7 

CLERICAL .SECRETARIAL 24 4 15 1 44 1 43 38 6 

SERVICE WORKERS 29 67 3 99 26 73 52 47 

SKILLFO CRAFTS 38 38 37 1 30 8 
I ABOR EPS. UNSKILLED 

TOTAL 593 103 137 49 882 241 641 67? 210 



VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAIO APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE. 
??. 64PCT FPOM LOCAL. AND 10.08PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNOS. 



1963-64 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 







AMOUNTS EXPENDED 


BY SOURCE 








" 


*»» PER 


PUPIL EXPENDITURE 


....... 




FINAL 




















PERCENT 


LEA 


A 01 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 




TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


OF TOTAL 


MOORF CnilMTY 


8.770 






















SAI ARIFS 




9.865.454 1 


• 149,420 


2.471.987 


13 


.486,862 


1124.91 


131.06 


281.87 


1,537.84 


55. J 


F«»mrfF 8FNFFITS 




2.035. ens 


261 .456 


503.631 


2 


,800.971 


232.14 


29.81 


57.43 


319.38 


13. 7 


PIISCHASFO SFRVICFS 




1 1 8. =>3 L 


96.811 


1. 117.489 


1 


.333,231 


13.56 


11.04 


127.42 


152.02 


6.5 


SIJPPL IFS r. MATFRI AL 




739. ?83 


593. 110 


1. 192.335 


2 


524,729 


84.30 


67.63 


135.96 


237.89 


1 2. 3 


INSTRUCTIONAL EOUIP 




195.449 


40,456 


2R.443 




264,347 


22.29 


4.6] 


l.?>. 


30.14 


1.3 


OTHFO OBJECTS 




3.884 


42.411 


61.603 




107,897 


.44 


4. 34 


7.02 


12.30 


. 5 


TOTAL 




I2.958.8fl5 ? 


. 183.664 


5,375.487 


20 


518,037 


1477.64 


248.99 


612.94 


2,339.57 


100.0 


PERCFNT OF TOTAL 




63.2 


10.6 


26.2 




100. 













11-175 



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 



1933-84 
UNIT FINAL 



10 



11 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



640 ENROLL 

640 ADM 

640 ADA 

640 MLD 

640 PKOM 

640 N-P 

1984-85 
UNIT FIRST MO 

640 ENROLL 
640 ADM 
640 ADA 



839 936 831 

792 899 796 

740 854 760 

794 904 791 

752 776 744 

42 128 47 



158 830 862 882 978 908 889 871 737 603 



15 11062 



K 1 

802 912 

787 903 

758 872 



836 


803 


349 


864 


947 


874 


348 


806 


683 


598 


24 


17 


10636 


799 


768 


810 


820 


882 


796 


773 


721 


615 


544 


22 


15 


9919 


834 


800 


846 


866 


951 


861 


827 


768 


647 


600 


26 


18 


105 33 


805 


789 


841 


852 


917 


824 


777 


657 


575 


578 


16 


3 


9906 


29 


11 


5 


14 


34 


37 


50 


111 


72 


22 


10 


15 


627 



870 


798 


843 


811 


878 


929 


970 


899 


886 


731 


594 


?fl 


865 


790 


835 


810 


870 


920 


961 


885 


860 


715 


589 


78 


842 


770 


811 


784 


839 


878 


900 


835 


796 


659 


550 


27 



10 11 12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



18 10969 
18 10835 
16 10337 



1980-84 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



640 NASH COUNTY 



PU"LIC SR. INST NC 
PU'LIC SR. OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

CO'-'M CCLL. TECH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 

TUTAL 

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

TRAJE, EUSINESS NC 
TRA0C-, B'JSI OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

MIL ITARY 

EHPLOYMENT 

OTHLRS •<■ 

CRA-4D TOTAL «o« 



100 

I 

101 





TOTAL 


NUMBER 


PERCENT 


100 


17.2 


1 


0.2 


101 


17.4 


53 


10.0 


14 


2.<r 


72 


12.4 


161 


27.9 


1 


0.2 


162 


27.9 


14 


2.4 


1 


0.2 


15 


2.6 


9 


1.6 


3 


0.5 


12 


2.1 


38 


6.6 


130 


22.4 


50 


S.6 


560 


100. 



11-176 



Nash 



1984-65 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT SOURCE OF FUNOS SEX RACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 

CLASS IFICAT1HN STATE FEDERAL LOCAL VOC AT TOTAL MALE FEMALE WHITE BLACK OTH r 

OFFICIAL .ACMS..MGRS. 4 2 6 4 2 6 

PRINCIPALS 19 19 18 I 13 6 

ASST PRINC. TEACHING 

1SST PRINC. NONTEACHING 14 14 8 6 1 6 

ElEWSNTARY TEACHERS 254 26 18 2 300 17 283 211 99 

SECONDARY TEACHERS 155 22 15 41 233 85 148 173 60 

■-THFR TEACHERS 31 I 32 6 26 22 10 

GUIDANCF 9 5 1 3 18 1 17 12 6 

PSYCHOLOGICAL 1 111 

I ISRARIAN. AUOIOVISUAL 19 2 21 21 17 4 

CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 332195454 

OTHER PROFESSIONAL 3 2 2 7 16 5 2 

TEACHER AIDES 137 10 11 158 1 157 86 72 

TECHNICIANS 2 2 2 11 

CLEP ICAL. SECRETARIAL 24 2 25 51 2 49 39 12 

SERVICE WORKERS 55 72 127 37 90 45 Bl 

SKILLED CRAFTS. 14 35 ".9 34 15 37 12 

I ABUSERS. UNSKILLED 2 2 2 11 

TOTAL 742 71 189 47 1049 223 826 682 366 

* VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE, 

22. 64PCT FROM LOCAL. AND 10.08PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1983-64 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED 8Y SOURCE p ER PU(ML EXPENDI TURE 



IEA 


FINAL 
ADM 




STATE 


FEOERAL 




LOCAL 




TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


PERCENT 
OF TOTAL 


NASH COUNTY 


10.636 


























SA| ARI FS 




11 


476.445 


1. 759, 195 


2 


.295,463 


15 


.531,103 


1079.02 


165.40 


215.82 


1,460.24 


68.4 


FMPU1YEE BFNEFITS 




2 


389.366 


391.188 




500,010 


3 


.280.564 


224.65 


36.78 


47.01 


308.44 


1 4.5 


PURCHASED SFRVTCFS 






231.596 


68,454 




820.609 


1 


.120,660 


21.77 


6.44 


77.15 


105.36 


'..9 


SUPPLIES C MATERIALS 






79 3.4 74 


556.282 


1 


021. 52 8 


2 


371,284 


74.60 


52.30 


96.04 


222.94 


10.4 


INSTOIICTIDNAL EOIJIP. 






85.213 


36.268 




33.813 




155,295 


6.01 


3.-1 


3.18 


14.60 


.7 


DTHFR CIB.IFCTS 






1.895 


64.898 




182.757 




249,540 


. 18 


6.10 


17.1 3 


23.46 


1. 1 


TOTAL 




14 


977, 980 


2.876.284 


4 


854.181 


22 


708,445 


1408.23 


270.43 


456.38 


2,135.04 


100.0 


PERCENT OE TDTAI 






65.9 


12.7 




.'1.4 




100.0 













11-177 



Rocky Mount 



R. Max Abbott, Interim Supt. 
800 Fairview Rd., P. 0. Box 1260 
Rocky Mount, N. C. 27801 

8 Elementary Schools 
1 Secondary School 
1 Combined School 

3rd Education District 




Pupil Accounting 





1983-84 


































UNIT 


FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 
































9 


10 


11 


12 


rMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


641 
641 

641 
641 
641 
641 


ENHOLL 

ADM 

ADA 

MLO 

PROM 

N-P 

1984-85 


404 
396 
373 
388 
371 
17 


469 
451 
431 
452 

405 
47 


412 

404 
390 
405 
385 
20 


469 
453 
437 
459 
445 
14 


417 
409 
392 
408 
276 
132 


438 
429 
412 
428 
286 
142 


453 
441 
416 
439 
427 
12 


499 

486 
455 

4 80 

476 

4 


598 
571 
528 
568 
429 
139 


545 
523 

484 

506 

433 

73 


567 
535 
496 
516 
430 
86 


450 
432 
401 
421 
393 
23 


425 
418 
385 
403 
359 
44 


21 
22 
20 
22 

22 


29 
25 
23 
24 
13 
11 


6196 
5995 
5643 
5919 
5133 
7 86 


UNIT 


FIRST MC 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


641 


ENROLL 


391 


438 


412 


398 


440 


395 


449 


420 


538 


541 


510 


476 


428 


23 


30 


5889 


641 


AOM 


386 


435 


411 


392 


438 


393 


444 


419 


532 


535 


504 


4 70 


423 


24 


27 


5813 


641 


AOA 


371 


423 


399 


383 


429 


381 


430 


400 


505 


509 


480 


446 


399 


22 


26 


5603 



1 963-84 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



6<il ROCKY MOUNT CITY 



PUBLIC SR. INST NC 
PU3LIC SR. OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

CO--1 COLL. TFCH NC 
C.C. T-;CH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PKIVAIE JR. OUTSTATE 

TOTAL 

TRADE. DUSINCSS NC 
TRADE. BUSI OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

MILITARY 

EMPLOYMENT 



GRAND TOTAL 



NUMEER 


PERCENT 


112 


29.6 


9 


2.4 


121 


31.9 


2<. 


6.3 


1 


0.3 


25 


6.6 


8<> 


22.2 


5 


1.3 


89 


23.5 


11 


2.9 


t 


0.3 


12 


3.2 


5 


1.3 


5 


1.3 


10 


2.6 


68 


17.9 


*<. 


11.6 


10 


2.6 


379 


100.0 



11-178 



Rocky Mount 



1984-85 Public School Personnel Summery 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT SOURCE OF FUHOS SF< PACF/ETHNIC URIGI* 

CLASSIFICATION STATE FEOFRAL LOCAL VOC AT TOTAL HALE FEMALE WHITE BLACK QTt 

OFFICIAL .ADMS..MGRS. 7221 12 6693 

PRINCIPALS 11 11 9 2 7 * 

ASST PRINC. TEACHING 

ASST PRINC.NONTEACHING 7 7*334 

FLE«ENTARY TEACHERS 1*6 13 1* 173 7 166 121 52 

SECONDARY TEACHERS 89 2 14 105 23 82 31 ?4 

OTHFR TEACHERS 3 1 1 27 32 15 17 19 13 

GUIDANCE 7 4 1 12 2 10 9 3 

PSYCHOLOGICAL I 111 

I nRARlAN, AUDIOVISUAL 10 1 11 11 7 4 

CONSULTANT, SUPER VISOR 

OTHER PROFESSIONAL 1 4 5 1*32 

TEACHER AIDES 65 1 17 18* 5 79 36 *8 

TECHNICIANS 111 1 

CI ERICAL.SECRETAR IAL 15 1 11 1 28 28 21 7 

SFRVICE WORKERS 3* 51 85 26 59 32 53 

SKHLED CRAFTS I* 1* 1* 7 7 

L A30RERS.UNSK IlLED 

TOTJL 396 20 13* 31 581 113 *68 356 225 

• VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARF PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE. 

22.64PCT FROM LOCAL. AND 1D.08PCT FROM FE06RAL FUNDS. 



1983-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 







AMOUNTS EXPEND 


EO BY SOURCE 










PUPIL E 


XPENDITURE 




LEA 


FINAL 
ADM 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


STATE 


FEOERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


PERCENT 
OF TOTAL 


ROCKY MOUNT CITY 


5.995 




















SAI AS ! FS 




6.*67.956 


699,126 


2.013.691 


9,180,773 


1078.89 


116.62 


335.90 


1.531.41 


67.5 


FMf>l OYFF RFNFFITS 




1.29*. 072 


1*5,721 


415.306 


1.855,098 


215.86 


24.31 


69.28 


309.45 


13.7 


PURCHASFO SERVICES 




44A.495 


72,684 


577.970 


1.099,148 


74.81 


12.12 


96.41 


183.34 


8.1 


SIIPPIIFS C MdTFRIALS 




229,028 


561,680 


494.593 


1.285,301 


36.20 


93.69 


82.50 


214.39 


9.5 


INSTPUCT10NAI EOIIIP. 




12. 81 1 


38,451 


21.995 


73,257 


2.1* 


6.41 


3.67 


12.22 


. 5 


OTHFR 08.1FCTS 




1 B4 


39,27* 


60.919 


100,378 


.03 


6.55 


10.16 


16.74 


. 7 


TOTAL 




8,*52. 5** 


1,556,937 


3,584,473 


13,593.954 


1409.93 


259.70 


597.92 


2,267.55 


100.0 


PFRCTNT OF TOTAL 




62.1 


11. 5 


26.4 


100.0 













11-179 



NEW HANOVER 

Dr. Richard F. Flynn, 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 





1983-8* 


UNII 


FINAL 


650 


ENROLL 


650 


ADM 


650 


ADA 


650 


ML0 


650 


PROM 


650 


N-P 




1984-85 


UNIT 


FIRST M0 



10 



1 1 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



1288 1487 1356 13m 1388 1508 157* 1887 1765 1634 19*2 1386 1273 

1229 1*33 1303 1313 1338 1*5* 1509 1S19 1697 1561 17*7 1263 1202 

1150 1353 12*3 1255 1277 1385 1*33 1687 1556 1*37 1537 11*1 1080 

1226 1*22 1291 1321 1329 1**5 1501 1800 1667 1517 1630 1202 1153 

1131 1280 1187 1266 1286 1391 1*67 1529 

3* 



95 1*2 10* 



55 



*3 



54 



272 



1**0 1*22 12*1 108* 1051 
227 95 389 118 102 



8 



10 



11 



12 



77 


226 


20172 


78 


224 


19175 


71 


202 


17807 


79 


230 


18813 


79 


217 


17070 




13 


17*3 


TMh 


EXCP TOTAL 



650 ENROLL 1266 1376 1393 1262 1311 1359 1400 1659 1761 1605 1905 1342 1256 86 193 1917* 
650 ADM 1246 1362 1380 1257 1304 1350 1396 1654 1748 1586 1863 1325 1236 85 190 18982 
650 AOA 1202 1319 1339 1223 1271 1314 1357 1597 1678 1521 1751 1266 1179 81 180 18278 



i 983-84 High School Groduote Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



65? NEW HANOVER COUNTY 







; 






MALE 










FEMALE 






1 
HUM3ER 


OTAL 

PER 






MERICAN 


BLACK 


WHITE 


OTHER* 


TOTAL 


AMERICAN 


BLACK 


WHITE 


OTHER* 


TOTAL 


.ENT 








INDIAN 










INOIAN 
















PU3LIC SR. 


INST 


NC 


2 


30 


199 


3 


234 





46 


211 


2 


259 


493 


42 


.6 


PU'.'.LIC SR. 


OUT-STATE 





1 


6 


1 


8 





1 


7 





3 


16 


1 


4 


TOTAL 






2 


31 


205 


4 


242 





47 


218 


2 


267 


509 


44 





PRIVATE SR. 


INST 


NC 





9 


10 





L9 





16 


21 


1 


38 


57 


4 


9 


PRIVATE SR. 


OUTST 


»T6 





1 


9 


1 


11 








1 





1 


12 


.1 





TOTAL 









10 


19 


1 


30 





16 


22 


1 


39 


69 


6 


.0 


CU«M COLL, 


TFCH 


NC 





23 


a2 





105 


1 


26 


68 


1 


96 


201 


17 


.4 


C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 




















1 


1 





2 


2 





.2 


TUTAL 









23 


8 c' 





105 


1 


27 


69 


1 


98 


203 


17 


.5 


PRIVATE JR 


COLL 


NC 





7 


10 





17 





2 


7 





9 


26 


2 


.2 


PRIVATE JR 


OJTST 


All. 





o 
































.0 


TOTAL 









7 


10 





17 





2 


7 





9 


26 


2 


.2 


TRADE, BUSINESS 


NC 





* 


7 





11 





15 


39 





54 


65 


5 


6 


TRADE, BUSI 


OUTST 


AIL 





1 








I 





1 


2 





3 


4 





.3 


TUTAL 









5 


7 





12 





16 


41 





57 


69 


° 





MILITARY 









62 


22 





84 





18 


5 


1 


25 


109 


9 


.4 


EMPLOYMENT 









24 


56 





80 





27 


42 





69 


149 


12 


9 


OTHERS »o 









3 


7 





10 





2 


12 





14 


24 


2 


I 


GRANT TOTAt 


... 




2 


165 


408 


5 


560 


1 


155 


417 


5 


578 


115(1 


100 






11-180 



New Hanover 



4984-85 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACT IVITY ASSIGNMENT 




SOURCE OF FUNDS 






SI x 


RACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 


CLASS IFICAI ION 


STATE 


FEDERAL LOCAL 


VOCAT 


TOTAL 


MALE FEMALE 


WHITE BLACK OTHER 



PFFIC IAL .ACMS..MGRS. 
PRINCIPALS 
ASST PRINC. TEACHING 
ASST PRINC. NONTEACHING 
FLEMFNTARY TEACHERS 
SECONDARY TEACHERS 
OTHER TEACHERS 
GUIDANCE 
PSYCHOLOGICAL 
I IRRARIAN. AUDIOVISUAL 
CONSULT ANT. SUPER VISOR 
OTHFR PROFESSIONAL 
TEACHER AIOES 
TECHNICIANS 
CLERICAL .SECRETARIAL 
SERVITE WORKERS 
SKIl LED CRAFTS 
I ARORERS. UNSKILLED 
TOTAL 



147 
123 



366 


9 


357 


? B ? 


398 


129 


269 


30P 


196 


29 


167 


157 



* VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE, 
22.64PCT FROM LOCAL. AND 10.08PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1983-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 







AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE 










....... 


*•• PER 


PUPIL E 


KPENDITURE 




LEA 


FINAL 
AOM 


STATE 


FEDERAL 




LOCAL 




TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


PERCENT 
OF TOTAL 


FW HANOVER COUNT 


19. 175 
























SAL AP I FS 




20.235.796 


2.048.611 


6 


.677,987 


26 


932,393 


1053.76 


106.84 


348.27 


1,508.87 


68.9 


EMPLOYEE BFNFFITS 




4. 237. 583 


424.206 


1 


350.551 


5 


■ 012.340 


221.00 


22.12 


70.43 


313.55 


1 4.4 


PURCHASED SFRVtCFS 




569,922 


79.728 


1 


653.977 


2 


303,627 


29.72 


4. 16 


86.26 


120.14 


5.5 


SUPPLIES L MATFRIALS 




1. 124.768 


1. 119.957 


1 


746.825 


3 


991,551 


58.66 


58.41 


91.10 


208.17 


9.5 


INSTRUCTIONAL FOIIIP. 




298.994 


118,091 




184.987 




602,072 


15.59 


6. 16 


1.65 


31.40 


1. 4 


othpo nnjFCTS 




41 5 


20.871 




102.014 




123,301 


.02 


I .09 


5.32 


6.43 


.3 


TDTAL 




26.437.479 


3.811,465 


11 


716.340 


41 


965,285 


1378.75 


198.76 


611.03 


2,188.56 


100.0 


PFRCFNT RF TOTAL 




61.0 


■). 1 




27.9 




100.0 













11-181 



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 



1983-84 
UNIT FINAL 

660 ENROLL 

660 AOM 

660 ADA 

660 MLD 

660 PROM 

660 N-P 

1984-85 
UNIT FIRST MO 

660 ENROLL 
66 A OH 
660 AOA 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



333 353 315 308 312 346 343 397 373 356 412 343 328 

327 340 301 304 306 336 340 390 367 330 389 327 317 

311 323 291 296 301 328 330 376 356 307 364 307 296 

331 343 298 302 309 336 344 392 367 316 383 319 310 

314 302 281 291 293 310 319 364 352 245 321 287 294 

25 



17 



41 



17 



11 



16 



26 



23 
24 
21 
25 
25 



29 



15 



71 



62 



10 



32 



11 



16 



4549 
4405 
4219 
4381 
4003 
378 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 

326 354 327 294 298 317 337 348 366 413 296 314 347 22 9 435S 

322 350 326 293 296 316 335 346 361 408 280 309 340 22 9 4313 

312 344 320 289 291 311 328 336 352 391 271 297 328 20 7 4197 



1963-84 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



660 NORTHAMPTON COUNTY 









MALE 










FEMALE 






NUMBER 


TOTAL 


t 


"ERICAN 
INDIAN 


BLACK 


WHITE 


OTHER* 


TOTAL 


AMERICAN 
INDIAN 


BLACK 


WHITE 


OTHERS 


TOTAL 


PERCENT 


PUBLIC SR. INST NC 
PUrLIC SR. (JUT-STATE 
TOTAL 







33 


33 


7 


7 







<r0 

40 







56 

1 

57 



14 







70 

1 

71 


110 

1 

111 


37.7 

0.3 

38.0 


PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. CUTSTATE 
TUTAL 







4 

4 


2 
1 
3 







6 
1 

7 







4 
1 
5 


L 

1 







5 

I 
6 


11 
2 
13 


3.3 
0.7 
4.5 


CM COLLt TECH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 








9 


8 

B 







17 

17 







ZZ 

3 

25 


15 

15 







37 

3 

40 


54 

3 

57 


18.5 

1.0 

19.5 


PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 








1 


1 


1 


1 








2 


2 



























2 


2 


0.7 
0.0 
0.7 


TRAuEt BUSINESS NC 
TP.ADE. EUSI OUTSTATE 
TUTAL 









1 

1 




I 
1 








2 

2 








3 
3 














3 

3 



5 
5 


0.0 
1 .7 
1.7 


MILITARY 





36 








36 





10 








10 


46 


15.8 


EMPLOYMENT 





19 


10 





29 





14 


6 





20 


49 


16.8 


OTHLRS CO 





I 


2 





3 





4 


2 





6 


9 


3.1 


GRAND TOTAL »»o 





10* 


32 





136 





110 


30 





156 


292 


100.0 



11-182 



Northampton 

1964-65 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 

ACTIVITY ASSIGNMFNT SOURCE OF F UNOS SE< RACE/ETHNIC FiRIGlN 

CLASSIFICATION SIME FEDERAL LOCAL VOCAT TOTAL MALE FEMALE WHITE BLACK OIH^B 

OFFICIAL .ADMS..MGRS. 7 1 19 3 6 5 4 

PRINCIPALS 11 11 11 3 8 

ASST PRINC. T EACHING 1 111 

ASST P5 1 NCNHNTE ACHING 1 11 1 

ELEMENTARY TEACHEPS 101 16 2 5 12* 13 111 43 81 

SFCONTARY TEACHERS 46 8 2 24 80 30 50 39 41 

OTHER TEACHEKS 15 13 1 29 2 27 7 22 

GUIDANCE 6 6 15 14 1 

PSYCHOLOGICAL 1 111 

L IBRARtAN. AUDIOVISUAL 9 9 9 1 B 

CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 1111 

OTHER PROFESSIONAL 5 1 6 2 4 15 

TEACHER AIDES 59 14 73 1 72 18 55 

TECHNICIANS 1 111 

CLER ICAL .SECRETAR IAL 16 1 6 1 24 2* 1 5 9 

SERVICE WORKERS 78 78 14 64 15 63 

SKILLED CRAFTS . 6 8 14 14 7 7 

I A90RFRS .UNSKILLED 22 2 24 14 10 1 23 

TOTAL 301 61 98 32 492 108 3 84 159 332 I 

» VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE. 
22.64PCT FROM LOCAL. ANO 10.O8PCT FROM FEOEPAL FUNOS. 



1963-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPFNOEO 8Y SOUPCE ...»•«..»• pfp PUPIL EXPENDITURE •••••• 

FINAL PERCENT 

irn ADM STATE FEDERAL LOCAL TOTAL STATE FEDERAL LOCAL TOTAL OF TOTA' 

NORTHAMPTON COUNT 4.405 

SAIAKIFS 5.085.223 1.336.759 826.058 7.248.040 1154.42 303.46 187.53 1.645.41 68.4 

FMPIDYFF 9FNFFITS 1.054.014 309,311 197.934 1,561,259 239.28 70.22 44.93 354.43 14.8 

PURCHASED SERVICES 44.734 81,500 286.857 413,090 10.16 18.50 65.12 93.79 3.9 

VIPPIIFS r. MATERIALS 39-). 871 515.976 243.880 1.153.727 89.41 117.13 55.36 261.93 10.9 

INSTRUCTION!! FO'IIP. 137.149 24,344 10.969 172,461 31.13 5.53 2.49 39.15 1.6 

OTHFR m.lFCTS l.?70 4,837 36.765 42,872 .29 1.10 8.35 9.74 .4 

TOTAL 6.716.261 2.272.727 1.602.462 10.591,450 1524.69 515.94 363.79 2,404.41 100.0 

PFRCFNT OF TOTAL 63.4 21.5 15.1 100.0 



11-183 



ONSLOW 

Everett L. Waters, Supt. 
Georgetown Road, Box 99 
Jacksonville, N. C. 28540 

17 Elementary Schools 
5 Secondary Schools 
2 Combined Schools 

2nd Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



UNIT 


1983-84 
FINAL 


670 
670 
670 
670 
670 
670 


ENROLL 

ADM 

A0A 

MLO 

PROM 

N-P 


UNIT 


1984-85 
FIRST MO 


670 
670 
670 


ENROLL 

ADM 

ADA 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



1412 1420 1245 1162 1198 1176 1197 1292 1192 1324 1157 1126 1095 

1235 1239 1113 1078 1091 1109 1126 1199 1100 1194 1040 1031 1019 

1132 1160 1055 1023 1037 1052 1071 1129 1034 1115 969 966 

1223 1241 1100 1073 1088 1103 1131 1202 1101 1155 1020 1017 

1169 1095 1005 1036 1034 1075 1089 1058 1002 944 914 921 

54 146 95 37 54 28 42 144 99 



8 



211 106 



10 



976 

1020 

953 

67 



50 
51 
45 
52 
38 
14 



138 
150 
136 
162 
150 
12 



16184 
14775 
13900 
146 88 
13483 
1205 



11 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



1329 1385 1230 1117 1125 1066 1163 1244 1195 1351 1095 1024 1072 51 123 15570 
1299 1343 1211 1095 1111 1056 1150 1229 1177 1301 1064 995 1044 50 119 15244 
1232 1287 1168 1062 1076 1024 1112 1184 1137 1238 1025 952 1019 46 114 14676 



1963-84 High School Groduote Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



670 ONSLOX COUNTY 



PUPLIC SR. INST NC 
PU.'LIC SR. OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE SR. I'IST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

CU-'.;1 COLL, TECH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

TRAJE, BUSINESS NC 
TRAJE. BUSI OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

MILITARY 

EMPLOYMENT 
OT'ltRS «• 
GRAND TOTAL •<>• 



113 

13 

126 



237 
22 
259 



110 

2 

112 



130 


5 


168 


278 


2 





2 


<t 


132 


5 


170 


2B2 



0.9 

0.1 
1.0 

8.2 

13.6 

6.3 

100.0 



11-184 



Onslow 



1984-85 Public School Personnel Summory 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT SOURCE OF FUNDS SE< RAC C /ETHN!C ORIGIN 

CLASSIFICATION STATE FEDERAL LOCAL VCCAT TOTAL HALE FEMALE WHITE BLACK OTH* 



343 


3? 2 


1 IS 


1 77 


1 06 


114 



rFFICIAL .ADMS..MGRS. 5 5 4 

PRINCIPALS 24 2* 21 
ASST PRINC. TEACHING 

ASST PRINC. NONTEACHING la 18 15 

ELEMENTARY TFACHERS 385 3 4 392 1,1 

SECONDARY TEACHERS 161 6 3 33 203 8e 

OTHER TEACHERS 71 37 11 1* 133 21 

GUIDANCE 16 16 7 9 

PSYCHOLOGICAL 2 2 11 

L I3PARIAN. AUDIOVISUAL 22 1 23 23 

CONSULTANT. SUPERVISOR * 4 3 3 14 5 9 

OTHER PROFESSIONAL 3 11 5 1 « 

TEACHER AIDES 197 11 2 1 211 211 

TECHNICIANS 3 5 8 8 

CLERICAL .SECRETARIAL SI 3 28 82 1 81 

SERVICE WORKERS 128 59 187 38 1*9 

SKIILEO CRAFTS 12 37 49 48 1 
I ARORERS. UNSKILLED 

TOTAL 1102 65 150 55 1372 313 1059 



• VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE, 
22. 64PCT FROM LOCAL. AND 10.08PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNOS. 



1983-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 







AMOUNTS EXPENDED 


RY SOURCE 










....... 


.»» PER 


PUPIL EXPENDITURE 




LEA 


FINAL 
AOM 


STATE 


FFOERAL 




LOCAL 




TOTAL 


STATE 


FEOERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


PERCENT 
OF TOTAL 


ONSLOW COUNTY 


4.775 
























SALARIES 




15.319.452 1 


.742,812 


2 


361.383 


19 


423,647 


1036.85 


117.96 


159.82 


1,314.63 


65. 1 


FMPinv" BENEFITS 




3.256.110 


403.168 




530.836 


4 


190,114 


220.38 


27.29 


35.93 


283.60 


14.1 


PURCHASED SERVICES 




262.019 


88,697 


1 


092,037 


1 


442,753 


17.73 


6. JO 


73.91 


97.64 


4. 8 


SUPPLIES r. MATERIALS 




1.007. 865 


988. 578 


2 


101.692 


4 


098,135 


68.21 


66.91 


142.2 5 


277.37 


43.7 


INSTRUCTIONAL FOUIP. 




222.439 


190,503 




133. 120 




546,032 


15.05 


12.89 


9.01 


36.95 


1. a 


nTHEj OBJECTS 




1.514 


43,034 




108.268 




152,886 


.10 


2 .92 


7.33 


10.35 


.5 


TOTAL 




20.069.389 3 


.456.841 


6 


327.336 


11 


853,566 


1358.32 


233.97 


428.25 


2,020.54 


100.0 


PFRCFMT OF TOTAL 




67. ? 


11.6 




21.2 




100.0 













11-185 



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 



1933-84 
UNIT FINAL 




Pupil Accounting 



630 
680 
680 
680 
680 



ENROLL 

ADM 

ADA 

ML0 

PROM 

680 N-P 

1984-85 
UNIT FIRST MO 

680 ENROLL 

680 ADM 
680 ADA 



352 
336 
312 
334 
318 
16 



385 
377 
358 
376 
337 
39 



380 
374 
354 
375 
361 
14 



361 
356 
338 
359 
343 
16 



358 
360 
342 
361 
351 
10 



407 
400 
381 
404 
393 
11 



406 
40 3 
375 
406 
403 



464 
459 
426 
459 
452 



457 
450 
409 
447 
397 
50 



451 
431 
391 
427 
381 
46 



416 
363 
343 
354 
309 
45 



11 

361 
336 
293 
314 
246 
68 

11 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



295 
279 
245 
265 
234 
31 



17 
15 
13 
lb 
16 



5112 
4959 
4585 
4897 
4541 
356 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



383 370 365 393 347 351 396 413 467 445 436 349 342 
374 371 361 392 346 350 391 412 464 441 429 346 334 
364 359 351 380 337 339 377 394 440 419 410 331 319 



1983-84 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



19 


5076 


19 


5030 


18 


4838 



6S0 ORANGE COUNTY 



PUDLTC SR. INST NC 
PU'LIC SR. OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OJTSTATE 
TOTAL 

C0"r COLL. TECH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 



TRAJEi 
TRAOE. 
TOTAL 


BUSINESS NC 
BUSI OUTSTATE 


MILITARY 






EMPLOY 


"ENT 






OTHLRS 


., 






GRa:,o 


TOTAL 


.0. 





NUMBER 


PERCENT 


59 


2<..7 


2 


O.B 


61 


25.5 


22 


9.2 


3 


.1.3 


25 


10.5 


51 


21.3 





0.0 


51 


21.3 


11 


4.6 


□ 


0.0 


11 


4.6 


1 


0.<i 


1 


0.4 


2 


o.a 


15 


1.3 


51 


21.3 


21 


9.4 


2 39 


100.0 



> INCLUOES HISPAN1CS. ALASKAN NATIVES. AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
>OI.4CLU0FS INFORMATION NOT AVAILABLE, MARRIEO, ETC. 



11-186 



Orange 

1964-85 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 

ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT SOURCE OF FUNOS SEX RACF/E THNI r . ORIGIN 

CLASSIFICATION STATE FEDERAL LOCAL VOCAT TOTAL "ALE FEMALE WHITE BLACK OTH 

OFFICIAL .ADMS..MGRS. 5 ? 7 5 2 6 1 

PRINCIPALS 7 7 6 15 2 
iSST PRINC. TEACHING 

ASST PRINC. NONTEACHING 7 2 9 7 2 3 6 

ELFMENTARY TEACHERS 113 25 2 1*0 16 124 98 42 

SECONDARY TEACHERS 54 7 15 76 29 47 5fl I* 

OTHFR TFACHERS 38 13 9 60 10 50 42 18 

GUIDANCE 6222 12 2 10 84 

PSYCHOLOGICAL 1 111 

L IBS ARIAN. AUDIOVISUAL 7 1 8 8 2 6 

CONSULTANT. SUPER VISOR 2 15 8 17 6? 

OTHFR PROFESSIONAL 3 11 5 3 2 4 1 

TEACHCR AIDES 62 12 18 3 95 2 93 52 43 

TFCI'NtCIANS 1 11 1 

CLEF ICAL .SECRETARIAL 8 11 19 1 18 13 6 

SERVICE WORKERS 19 73 92 26 66 36 56 

SKILLED CRAFTS 14 14 14 ID 4 

L ARORERS. UNSKILLED 111 1 

TOTAL 346 29 158 22 555 125 430 345 210 



VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE. 
22.64PCT FROM LOCAL. AND 10.08PCT FROM FEOERAL FUNDS. 



1983-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 

AMOUNTS EXPENDED HY SOURCE .......... PER PUPIL EXPENDITURE 

STATE FEDERAL LOCAL 

TY 

, F <; 5,433.251 528,542 2.051.636 8.013,429 1095.63 106.58 413.72 1,615.93 

122.853 443.525 1.709,391 230.49 24.77 89.44 344.70 

; F RVir.FS 207.848 29,611 454.910 692,368 41.91 5.97 91.73 139.61 

IFS C MATERIALS 363.274 198,339 714.007 1.275.620 73.26 40.30 143.98 257.24 10.8 

25.978 10.622 140.9(,<, 21.05 5.24 2.14 28.43 1.2 

15 25.699 26.490 .16 5.18 5.34 .2 

905.336 3.700.400 11.858.261 1462.50 182.56 746.19 2,391.25 100.0 



instructional foci If. 
nTHFo onj r r.TS 

TTT6L 



F INAL 




ADM 


STATE 


4.959 






5,433.251 




1, 143.013 




207.848 




363.274 




104.364 




7?6 




7.252.526 




61.2 



PERf.FNT OF TOTAL 61.2 7.6 31.2 100.0 



11-187 



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 



1983-84 

UNIT FINAL 

681 ENROLL 

681 AOM 

681 ADA 

681 MLD 

631 PROM 

681 N-P 

1984-85 
UNIT FIRST HO 

681 ENROLL 
681 AOM 
681 ADA 



11 12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



385 378 308 365 325 378 354 417 505 482 471 405 351 



366 356 299 351 313 361 345 

301 

311 
335 347 290 341 309 357 338 373 443 436 401 

1 



344 339 287 336 
366 357 293 346 



31 



10 



401 485 464 459 382 342 

347 331 382 457 442 437 362 322 

358 338 399 481 467 455 375 338 

345 327 

30 11 



26 



18 
17 
16 

16 

16 



88 
84 
81 
81 
81 



33 



31 



1 



8 



54 



10 



5230 
5025 
4784 
4986 
4744 
242 



11 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



387 377 363 311 358 327 384 387 402 503 536 436 366 
381 373 361 308 354 322 379 384 400 501 529 434 361 
370 365 354 301 347 316 372 376 387 484 513 423 352 



1 983-84 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



19 


65 


5221 


19 


68 


5174 


19 


67 


5046 



6ei chapel hill carrboro 









MALE 










FEMALE 






NUMBER 


TOTAL 


1 


MERICA.N 
INDIAN 


BLACK 


WHITE 


OTHER* 


TOTAL 


AMERICAN 
INDIAN 


BLACK 


WHITE 


0THER« 


TOTAL 


PERCENT 


PUELIC SP.. INST NC 
PLHLIC SR. OUT-STATE 
TCTAL 



1 
1 


7 
3 
10 


55 
46 
101 


1 

1 

2 


63 

51 

114 







15 
1 
16 


69 
32 

101 


2 
1 
3 


86 
3* 
120 


149 

85 

2 34 


42.7 
24. 4 
67.0 


PR!V*TE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 










I 
1 


2 
2 

4 







2 
3 
5 







1 

1 

2 


15 

19 







5 

16 
21 


7 
19 
26 


2.0 
5.4 
7.4 


CCJ"M COLL. TECH NC 
C.C. TFCH OUT-STATE 
TuTAL 










4 


7 

7 







11 

11 







13 

13 


4 
1 
5 


2 



2 


19 
1 

20 


30 

1 

31 


8.6 
0.3 
8.9 


PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PPIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TUTAL 













3 


3 








3 


3 












2 


2 







2 



2 


5 

5 


1.4 
0.0 
1.4 


TRADE, BUSINESS NC 
TR«DE, BUSI OUTSTATE 
TUTAL 







2 



2 



1 

1 







2 
I 
3 







4 



4 


2 

2 







6 

6 


8 
1 
9 


2.3 
0.3 
2.6 


MILITARY 





8 


2 





10 





1 








1 


11 


3.2 


EMPLOYMENT 





4 


9 





13 





4 


11 





15 


28 


8.0 


OTHERS »o 








2 





2 








3 





3 


5 


1.4 


GRAND TOTAL «*« 


1 


29 


129 


2 


161 





40 


1*3 


5 


1B8 


349 


100.0 



• INCLUDES HISPANICS. ALASKAN NATIVES. AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 

• OINCL'JOIS INHUMATION NUT AVAILABLE. MARRIED, ETC. 



11-188 



Chapel Hill 

1984-85 Public School Personnel Summory 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACT IVITY ASSIGNMENT 




SOURCE 


QF FUNDS 






SEX 


RACE/FTHNIC CRIGIN 


CLASSIFICATION 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


VOCAT 


TOTAL 


MALE FEMALE 


WHITE BLACK OTHER 



HFFK.UL .ADMS..MGRS. 
PRINCIPALS 
ASST PRINC. TEACHING 
ASST PRINC. NflNTEACHING 
ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 
SECONDARY TEACHERS 
DTHER TEACHERS 
GUIDANCE 
PSYCHOLOGICAL 
L I BRARIAN. AUDIOVISUAL 
CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 
OTHER PROFESSIONAL 
TEACHER AIDES 
T ECHNICI ANS 
CLEG ICAL.SECRETAR IAL 
SFRVICF WURKFRS 
SKILLED CRAFTS 
L APORERS. UNSKILLED 
TOTU 



VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE. 
22.6<.PCT FROM LOCAL. AND 1D.0RPCT FROM FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1980-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 







AMOUNTS EXPENDED 


BY SOURCE 








....... 


... PER 


PUPIL E 


XPENDITURE 


....... 


IEA 


FINAI 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LUCAL 




TOTAL 


STATE 


FEOERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


PERCENT 
OF TOTAL 


HAPFl HILI CARRB 


5.025 






















SAI AP IFS 




5.571.512 


377.176 


3.B19.071 


9 


767.758 


1108.76 


75.06 


760.01 


1,943.83 


68. 8 


FMPLOYFE RFNFFTT5 




1. 127.519 


79.665 


786.396 


1 


993,650 


224.40 


15.85 


156.50 


3 96.7 5 


14.0 


Pl/RCHiSFD SFRVIf.FS 




170. 079 


19.606 


907. 773 


1 


.096,459 


33.85 


i. n 


180.65 


218.20 


7.7 


SUPPLIES C MATERIM 


s 


272.950 


131 .681 


701.616 


1 


106,248 


54.32 


26.21 


139.63 


220.16 


7. R 


INST°lir.T|ONAL EOIIIC 




66. 693 


53.070 


57.870 




177,632 


13.27 


10.56 


11.52 


35.35 


1.3 


OTHER OBJECTS 




j : q 


?. 726 


50.240 




53,796 


.17 


.54 


10.00 


10.71 


•* 


TOTAL 




7.209.652 


662.923 


6.322.966 


14 


195,542 


1434.77 


131.92 


1258.31 


2,825.00 


100. 


PERCENT OF TOTAL 




50. B 


4. 7 


44.5 




100.0 













11-189 



PAMLICO 

George R. Brinson, Supt. 
507 Anderson Drive 
Bayboro, N. C. 28515 

3 Elementary Schools 
1 Secondary School 

2nd Education District 



1983-8* 
UNIT FINAL 



690 
690 
690 
690 
690 
690 



ENROLL 

ADM 

AOA 

MLO 

PROM 

N-P 



148 
143 
134 
146 
133 
13 



176 
174 
163 
179 
165 
14 



156 
150 
141 
149 
146 
3 



159 
152 
145 

155 
148 

7 




Pupil Accounting 



156 
150 
143 
152 
151 
1 



167 
160 
153 
160 
160 



158 
159 
151 
165 
163 
2 



200 
188 
178 
184 
178 
6 



8 

175 
172 
161 
175 
171 
4 



211 
197 
180 
168 
128 
60 



10 

202 
195 
181 
191 
152 
39 



11 12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



112 
109 
102 
107 
96 
11 



141 
139 
129 
138 
129 
9 



2163 

2088 
1961 
2089 
1920 
169 



1984-85 
UNIT FIRST HO 

690 ENROLL 
690 AOH 
690 AOA 



150 158 172 155 153 150 159 173 177 242 154 162 
148 156 170 154 151 148 157 171 176 238 153 161 
142 152 165 149 147 145 151 164 170 225 145 154 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



105 
104 

100 



2 2121 

2 2097 
2 2019 



i 963-84 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



690 PAMLICO COUNTY 









MALE 










FEMALE 






NUMBER 


TOTAL 


1 


MERICAN 
INOIAN 


BLACK 


WHITE 


OTHER* 


TOTAL 


AMERICAN 
INOIAN 


8LACK 


hHITE 


OTHER* 


TOTAL 


PERCENT 


PU3LIC SR. INST NC 
PUBLIC SR. OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 







7 


7 


9 

9 








16 

16 







12 

12 


5 

5 







17 

17 


33 

33 


24.8 
0.0 
24.3 


PRIVATE SR. ISST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 







1 

1 










2 

2 







5 

5 


2 


2 







7 


7 


9 

9 


6.8 
0.0 
6.8 


C0"-l COLL, TECH NC 
C.C. TFCH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 







5 

5 


11 
12 








16 
1 
17 







10 

10 


22 



22 







32 

32 


48 

1 

49 


36.1 
0.3 
36.8 


PRIVATE jr. CULL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 












2 









1 

1 

2 







3 

3 


2 



2 





p 


5 

5 


6 

1 
7 


4.5 
0.9 
5.3 


TRADE, BUSINESS NC 
TRAOE, BUSI OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 



































1 

1 












1 


1 


1 

1 


0.8 
0.0 
0.8 


MILITARY 





9 


5 





14 

















14 


10.5 


EMPLOYMENT 





6 


9 





15 





2 


3 





5 


20 


15.0 


OTHERS •» 



































0.0 


GRAND TOTAL • *» 





28 


3(3 





66 





33 


3*. 





67 


133 


100.0 



11-190 



Pamlico 



1984-65 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT 




SOURCE OF FUNDS 






s c x 


RACE/ETHNIC OF- 1ST. 




CLASSIFICATION 


STATE 


FEDERAL LOCAL 


VC1CAT 


TOTAL 


MALE FEMALE 


WHITE BLACK 0T;< 


C p 



OFFICIAL. ACMS..MGRS. 
PRINCIPALS 
ASST PRINC. TEACHING 
ASST PRINC.NONTEACHING 
FLE U ENTARY TEACHERS 
SECGNOARY TEACHERS 
OTHFR TEACHERS 
GUIDANCE 
PSYCHOLOGICAL 
1 IBRAPIAN. AUDIOVISUAL 
CONSULTANT, SUP ERV ISOR 
OTHER PROFESSIONAL 
TEACHER AIDES 
TECHNICIANS 
CLFRICAL.SECRETAR IAL 
SERVICE WORKERS 
SKILI ED CRAFTS 
I ARORERS. UNSKILLED 
TOTAL 



* VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.Z3PCT FROM STATE, 
27.64PCT CRCM LOCAL, AND 10.09PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1983-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



Lc» 
PAMLICO COUNTY 
SAI ARIFS 

F^HHYFf AENFFITS 
PURCHASED SFRV1CFS 
SUPPLIES £ MATERIALS 
INSTRUCTIONAL EOlIP. 
OTIiro OBJECTS 
TOTAL 
PESf.FNT OF TOTAL 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED RY SOURCE 



2,442.466 

511.067 

66. 088 

137. B70 

128. 790 

1.175 

3.287. 457 

70. 1 



PER PUPIL EXPENDITURE 



FEDERAL 


344 


045 


75 


933 


19 


748 


72 


°?5 


22 


.167 


10 


816 


545 


834 




11. 6 



PERCENT 
TOTAL STATE FEOERAL LOCAL TOTAL OF TOTAL 



408.023 


3,194,534 


1169 


76 


164 


77 


105 


41 


1,529 


1* 


66 


1 


88.479 


675,479 


244 


76 


36 


37 


42 


37 


3?3 


51 


1 4. 


4 


114.565 


200,401 


31 


65 


9 


46 


54 


87 


95 


98 


<. 


3 


204.494 


415,288 


66 


33 


34 


T3 


97 


94 


198 


« 


3 


9 


19, 192 


170,350 


6 1 


6° 


10 


I 1 


9 


19 


31 


6 = 


3 


6 


25.724 


37,715 




56 


c 


18 


12 


3? 


18 


06 




8 


860.477 


4,693,767 


1574 


44 


261 


4? 


412 


10 


2,247 


06 


100 





15.3 


100.0 























11-191 



Pasquotank 



William C. Symons, Jr., Supt. 

1200 S. Halsteati Blvd., P. 0. Box 2247 

Elizabeth City, N. C. 27902 



7 Elementary Schools 
1 Secondary School 
1 Combined School 



1st Education District 



1983-84 
UNIT FINAL 



700 
700 
700 
700 
700 
700 



ENROLL 

ADM 

ADA 

MLD 

PROM 

N-P 



1984-85 
UNIT FIRST MO 

700 ENROLL 
700 AOM 
700 ADA 



413 
390 
366 
381 
362 
19 



419 
415 

406 



422 
400 
380 
393 
353 
40 



422 

420 
411 



374 
360 
347 
355 
335 
20 



392 

390 
385 



408 
397 
382 
391 
363 
23 



358 
356 

348 




Pupil Accounting 



391 
380 
366 
376 
350 
26 



405 
401 
394 



397 
378 
362 
376 
360 
16 



368 
361 
353 



422 

401 
384 
394 
385 
9 



374 
373 
363 



420 
403 
379 
401 
384 
17 



8 

504 
481 
450 
478 
430 
48 



440 
416 
385 
402 
348 
54 



399 423 492 

396 420 485 
384 406 467 



10 

420 
387 
357 
371 
328 
43 



10 



11 12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



380 
360 
332 
345 
293 
47 



11 



345 
335 
309 
333 
321 
12 



13 
13 
11 
15 
15 



20 
17 
14 
16 
16 



5369 
5118 
4824 
5027 
4653 
374 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



385 


348 


325 


14 


14 


5138 


382 


342 


324 


14 


14 


5093 


365 


328 


315 


12 


12 


4949 



i 963-64 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



TOO PASQUOTANK COUNTY 



1ITE OTHER* 



Purt-IC SR. INST NC 
PUBLIC SR. OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE SR. I'.ST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OuTSTATE 
TOTAL 

COXM C1LL, TECH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

TRA2E, BUSINESS NC 
TRAI)£, DUSI OuTSTATE 
TUTAL 

MILITARY 

EM»LOYMENT 

OT'IERS •« 

GRANO TOTAL •«• 



NU1BER 


PERCENT 


80 


2<..0 


6 


l.S 


66 


25. T 


10 


3.0 


10 


•3.0 


20 


6.0 


65 


19.5 





0.0 


65 


19.5 


9 


2.T 


1 


0.3 


10 


3.0 


6 


1.3 


9 


2.T 


15 


<>.5 


39 


11.7 


6* 


19.2 


35 


10.5 


33<. 


100.0 



11-192 



Pasquotank 



1984-85 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT 




SOURCE 


OF FUNOS 






Sr< 


RACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 


CLASS IFICAT ION 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LCCAL 


VOCAT 


TOTAL 


MALE FEMALE 


WHITE BLACK OTHEh 



OFFICIAL, AD«S.,Mr,RS. 9 9 

PRINCIPALS 9 ? 

ASST PRINC. TEACHING 3 3 

ASST PRINC. NONTEACHING 3 3 

FIFMENTARY TEACHERS 100 1* 6 120 

SECONDARY TEACHERS 75 4 9 15 103 

JTHFR TEACHERS 39 4 1 7 51 

GUIDANCE 6 118 

PSYCHOLOGICAL 2 2 

L IBRARIAN, AUDIOVISUAL 10 1 11 

CONSULT ANT, SUPER VISOR 

OTHER PROFESSIONAL 2 2 4 

TEACHER AICES 62 3 4 71 

TECHNICIANS 

CLER ICAL.SECRETAR IAL 29 I 30 

SFRVICF WOPKERS Q 2 10 102 

SKILLED CRAFTS 

I AKORERS.UNSK IlL^n 

TOTAL 441 27 35 23 526 



» VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE, 
22.64PCT FROM LOCAL, ANO 10.08PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1980-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 







AMOUNTS EXPENDED 


3Y SOURCE 








•••**«• 


• *• PER 


PUPIL EXPENDITURE 


....... 


I 1 1 


FINAL 
ADM 


STATE 


FEOERAL 


LOCAL 




TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


PERCENT 
OF TOTAL 


PASQUOTANK COUNTY 


5.118 






















SAl AR|FS 




5.642. 186 


837.641 


1.232.376 


7 


712,403 


1102.46 


163.67 


240.79 


1,506.92 


6 8 . S 


FMPI TYFE BFNFF ITS 




1, 162.020 


193.341 


260.059 


1 


■615,420 


227.05 


37.78 


50.81 


315.64 


14. 4 


PURrnASFD SFRVICFS 




122.942 


24, 753 


284.130 




431,826 


24.02 


4.84 


55.52 


84.38 


3.9 


SMPPLIFS f. MATFRIALS 




367,010 


354,493 


497,332 


1 


.218,835 


71.71 


69.2 6 


97.17 


238.14 


1 0.9 


INST^Iir.TInNAI. FOUIP. 




97.947 


39,747 


39,558 




177,251 


19.14 


7.77 


?. 73 


34.64 


1.6 


OTHFR OR.IFr.TS 




87 


3,570 


31,340 




34,997 


.02 


. 7D 


6.12 


6. 84 


. 1 


TOTAI 
PFRCFNT OF TOTAL 




T.392. 392 
66.0 


1.453.545 
13.0 


2.344.794 
21.0 


11 


.190.732 

100. 


1444.40 


2 84.0 2 


458.14 


2,186.56 


100.0 



11-193 



PENDER 

Dr. Haywood Davis, Supt. 
Penderlea Rd., Box 1239 
Burgaw, N. C. 28425 

8 Elementary Scnools 
1 Secondary School 
4 Combined Schools 

2nd Education District 



1983-84 
UNIT FINAL 




Pupil Accounting 



11 12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



710 ENROLL 323 349 328 322 336 400 418 433 381 388 442 359 289 



710 ADM 

710 ADA 

710 MLD 

710 PROM 

710 N-P 

1984-85 
UNIT FIRST MO 

710 ENROLL 
710 AOM 
710 ADA 



319 332 317 

298 317 302 

323 335 316 

305 307 293 

18 28 23 



312 


323 


393 


410 


418 


370 


372 


410 


329 


281 


16 


4 


4606 


299 


309 


377 


39 3 


392 


349 


346 


372 


302 


262 


15 


4 


4337 


315 


325 


398 


412 


417 


369 


361 


387 


309 


233 


15 


4 


457L 


305 


312 


392 


406 


391 


365 


343 


317 


243 


263 


15 


3 


4266 


9 


13 


6 


6 


26 


4 


15 


70 


66 


20 




1 


305 



10 



11 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



345 343 334 313 337 314 406 430 401 432 362 373 288 

340 342 330 308 335 3U 401 427 398 420 354 362 280 
327 331 321 301 324 302 390 414 382 394 336 341 267 



1983-64 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



17 
17 
16 



4 4699 

4 4629 

4 4450 



7ir> PENOEP COUNTY 



PUBLIC SR. I\ST NC 
PUBLIC SR. OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

■>KIVATE SR. I'.ST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OuTSTATE 
TOTAL 

CCVM COLL. TECH NC 
C.C. TFCH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

TRAO?, BUSINESS NC 
TRA.-/S, BUSI OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

MILITARY 

EMPLOYMENT 



GSANO TOTAL 





FEMALE 






NUMBER 


TOTAL 


ACK 


WHITE 


OTHER* 


TOTAL 


PERCENT 


22 


15 





37 


62 


21. <• 





I 





1 


2 


0.7 


22 


16 





33 


6<. 


22.1 


3 








3 


6 


2.1 

















0.0 


3 








3 


6 


2.1 


19 


19 





38 


55 


19.0 

















0.1 


19 


19 





38 


55 


19.0 


1 


3 





4 


7 


Z.U 

















0.0 



11.0 
31.0 



11-194 



Pender 



1964-85 Public School Personnel Summery 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACT tVITV ASSIGNMENT 




SOURCE OF FUNDS 




SEX 


RACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 


CI ASS IF ICATION 


STATE 


FEDERAL LOCAL VCA1 


TOTAL 


HALE FEMALE 


KH1TE BLACK OTHEO 



OFFICIAL .ADMS..MGRS. 
PRINCIPALS 
ASST t-RINC, TEACHING 
ASST PRINC.NONTEACHIN5 
Fl EMENTARY TEACHERS 
SECONDARY TEACHFRS 
OTHFR TFACHERS 
GUIDANCE 
PSYCHOLOGICAL 
L IBRARIAN. AUDIOVISUAL 
CONSULTANT, SUPER VISOR 
OTHER PROFESSIONAL 
TEACHER AIDES 
TFCHNICI ANS 
CLERICAL. SECRETARIAL 
SERVICE rfORKEPS 
SKILLED CRAFTS • 
LABORERS. UNSKILLED 
TOTAL 



» VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE. 
22.64PCT FROM LOCAL. AND 10.06PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1960-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 

AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE 

FINAL 
IE" 

PFNDFR COUNTY 

SALARIES 

FMPI OYFE BFNFF IT', 

PURCHASED SFRVITFS 

SUPPLIES E MATERIALS 

INSTRUCTIONAL EOUIP. 

OTHER OBJECTS 2.334 18.405 40.541 60.999 .44 4.03 8.81 13.25 

TOTAL 6.844.356 1.434,835 2.017.180 10,266.371 1485.96 305.01 437.94 2,228.91 

PERCFNT OF TOTAL 



FINAL 






AOM 




STATE 


4.606 








5 
1 


112.449 
057.319 
140. 788 
379.967 
151. 830 
2.334 




6 


844.356 
66.7 



FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


764,167 


901.939 


6.778.554 


180,138 


200. 104 


1.437,562 


52,120. 


317.447 


510,355 


374.603 


530.991 


1 ,285,560 


15.403 


26.139 


193,342 


18.405 


40.561 


60.999 


404.835 


2.017.180 


10,266,371 


13.7 


L 9 . « 


100. 







PUPIL EXPENDITURE 


PERCENT 


STATE 


FEOERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


OF TOTAL 


109.95 


165.91 


195.82 


1,471.68 


64. 3 


229.55 


39.11 


43.44 


312.10 


14.0 


30.57 


11.32 


68.92 


110.81 


5.0 


82.49 


81.33 


115.28 


279.10 


12. 5 


32.96 


3. 34 


5.67 


41.97 


1 . 9 



11-195 



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 





1983-84 


































UNIT 


FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


•» 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


720 
720 
720 
720 
720 
720 


ENROLL 

ADM 
AOA 
MLD 

PROM 
N-P 

1984-85 


146 
145 
137 
150 
145 
5 


161 
159 
153 
162 
153 
9 


116 
112 

108 
114 
104 

10 


126 
119 

115 
120 
118 

2 


114 
111 
107 
112 
112 


115 
113 
110 

112 

110 
2 


121 
117 
113 
115 

115 


152 

145 
140 
146 

127 
19 


155 

148 
142 
146 
121 
25 


157 
147 

140 

141 

110 

31 


148 
140 
133 
135 

105 
30 


130 
127 
121 
125 

102 
23 


94 
93 
89 
93 
89 
4 


17 
18 
16 
18 
18 




1752 

1694 
1624 
1689 
1529 
160 


UNIT 


FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


720 


ENROLL 


151 


166 


156 


111 


121 


116 


115 


135 


159 


158 


143 


117 


128 


18 




1794 


720 


ADM 


149 


163 


154 


109 


119 


116 


115 


132 


159 


155 


140 


115 


127 


18 




1771 


720 


AOA 


146 


158 


151 


105 


115 


113 


112 


127 


155 


149 


135 


112 


124 


16 




1718 



1983-64 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



720 PERQUIMANS COUNTY 



PUBLIC SR. INST NC 
PUBLIC SR. OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE SR. l\ST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OuTSTATE 
TuTAL 

Co*"* C1LL. TECH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OJTSTATE 
TOTAL 

TRADE, BUSINESS NC 
TRADE, EUSI JUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

MILITARY 

EMPLOYMENT 

OTHcRS •• 

GRAND TOTAL ««• 



NUMBER 


PERCENT 


2<> 


25.3 





0.0 


2<. 


25.3 


3 


3.2 





0.0 


3 


3.2 


18 


18.9 


19 


20.0 





0.0 





0.0 





0.0 


<, 


4.2 





0.0 


* 


<>.? 


6 


6.3 


12 


12.6 


27 


28.4 


95 


100. 



INCLUDES HISPANICS. ALASKAN NATIVES, AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANOERS 
•INCLUDES INFORMATION NOT AVAILABLE, HARRIEO, ETC. 



11-196 



Perquimans 



1984-85 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT 




SOURCE 


OF FUNDS 






SEX 


RACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 


CL ASSIFICAT ION 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


VOCAT 


TOTAL 


MALE FEMALE 


WHITE BLACK OTHCR 



n F F I C I AL . A CM S . , M GR S . 
PRINCIPALS 
ASST PRINC. TEACHING 
ASST PPINC.NONTEACHING 
FLEMENTARV TEACHERS 
SECONDARY TEACHERS 
OTHER TEACHERS 
GUIDANCE 
PSYCHOLOGICAL 
L I3RARIAN.AUDI0V ISUAL 
CONSULTANT. SUPER VISOR 
OTHER PROFESSIONAL 
TEACHER AIDES 
TECHNICIANS 
CLFR ICAL .SECRETAR IAL 
SERVICF WORKERS 
SKILLED CRAFTS 
I A80RERS. UNSKILLED 
TTTAL 



VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.2SPCT FROM STATE. 
27.64PCT CfcriM LOCAL. ANO 10.08PCT FROM FEDERAL FyNOS. 



1983-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



LEA 

PFROIIIMANS COUNTY 
SAI A'lFS 

FMPI OYFF RENEF ITS 
PURCHASED SERVICES 
SIIPPI.IFS C HATFOIALS 
IN<;TRIir.IIDNAI FOIII". 
OTHFR nB.IFCTS 
TOTAL 
PERCFNT PF TOTAL 



2.062 


374 


425 


947 


5 


571 


l r i 


521 


56 


Ml 




433 


2.722 


s?4 




•>:.<) 



Y SOURCE 






•*••••• 


••• PER 


PUPIL E 


XPENOITURE 


PERCENT 


FFDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


OF TOTAL 


388. 106 


489.395 


2.939,875 


1217.46 


229.11 


288.90 


1,735.47 


65.6 


92.582 


104.340 


622,869 


251.44 


54.65 


61 .59 


367.68 


14.0 


18.<) < )2 


149,007 


173.570 


3. JO 


11.21 


87.96 


102.46 


3.0 


201, 948 


166.035 


539,505 


101.25 


119.21 


98.01 


318.47 


12.1 


6.051 


85.042 


147,770 


33.46 


3.57 


50.20 


87.23 


3.3 


23. 158 


18.741 


42,333 


.26 


13.67 


11.06 


24.99 


. o 


730.838 


1.012.561 


4,465,922 


1607. 16 


431.42 


597.72 


2.636.30 


100.0 


l%.4 


22.7 


100.0 













11-197 



PERSON 

Ronnie George Bugnar, Supt . 
304 S. Morgan St., Drawer 1078 
Roxboro, N. C. 27573 

8 Elementary Schools 

1 Secondary School 

2 Combined Schools 




Pupil Accounting 



1983-84 
UNIT FINAL 



730 
730 
730 
730 
730 
730 



ENROLL 

AOM 

ADA 

MLD 

PROM 

N-P 



407 
399 
373 
402 
387 
15 



422 
417 
395 
421 
365 
56 



432 
428 
407 
431 
390 
41 



377 
367 
354 
372 
359 
13 



433 
427 
412 
426 

408 
18 



404 
403 
389 
405 
397 



457 
456 
438 
459 
457 
2 



516 
505 
483 
500 
480 
20 



8 

447 
433 
409 
431 
414 
17 



465 
454 
428 
451 
414 
37 



445 
427 
407 
416 
380 
36 



3 44 
337 
323 
329 
315 
14 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



380 
372 
354 
366 
359 



30 
29 
29 
29 
29 



23 
26 
23 
29 

29 



5582 
54 80 
5224 
5467 
5183 
2 84 



1984-85 
UNIT FIRST MO 

730 ENROLL 
730 ADM 
730 ADA 



358 
354 
342 



448 
446 
434 



407 
406 
395 



408 
408 
401 



376 417 392 
376 415 392 
366 405 383 



11 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



484 


487 


432 


450 


393 


322 


31 


32 


5437 


480 


483 


427 


443 


385 


320 


31 


32 


5393 


463 


464 


407 


419 


363 


308 


30 


31 


5211 



1 963-64 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



730 PERSON CUU'JTY 









A 








MALE 










FEMALE 








TOTAL 






M6RICAN 


BLACK 


WHITE 


OTHER* 


TOTAL 


AMERICAN 


BLACK 


WHITE 


OTHER* 


TOTAL 


NUM3ER 


PERCENT 










INOI 


A'l 










INDIAN 
















pu?lic 


SR. 


INST 


NC 







15 


23 





38 





18 


15 


I 


34 


72 


20 


6 


PUBLIC 


SR. 


OUT-ST 


ATE 











































TOTAL 










c 


15 


23 





38 





18 


15 


1 


34 


72 


20 


6 


PK! VATE 


SR. 


I:. ST 


'.C 










3 





3 





9 


4 





13 


16 


4 


6 


PRIVATE 


SR. 


OJTSTATE 










1 





1 








1 





1 


2 


.0 


6 


TOTAL 
















4 





4 





9 


5 





14 


18 


6 


.1 


CC'n CC 


LL. 


TECH 


NC 




1 


6 


JO 





37 


1 


31 


43 





75 


112 


32 





C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 










I 





1 

















1 





3 


TOTAL 










1 


6 


31 





39 


1 


31 


■.3 





75 


113 


32 


3 


PRIVATE 


JR. 


COLL 


NC 







1 








1 








1 





1 


2 





6 


PRIVATE 


JR. 


OUTST 


ATE 







1 








1 








I 





1 


2 





6 


TOTAL 













2 








2 








2 





2 


4 


1 


1 


TRAjfc, 


BUSINESS 


NC 







3 


1 





4 








9 





9 


13 


3 


7 


TRAOEi 


SUSI 


OUTSTATE 










2 





2 





1 


2 





3 


5 


1 


4 


TOTAL 













3 


3 





6 





1 


11 





12 


18 


5 


1 


MILITARY 











15 


9 





24 








1 





1 


25 


7 


1 


EMPLOY" 


ENT 











25 


26 





51 





15 


14 





29 


80 


22 


9 


OTHERS 


M 











S 


3 





11 





3 


6 





9 


20 


5 


7 


GRAND TOTAL 


... 






I 


74 


99 





174 


1 


77 


97 


1 


176 


350 


100 






11-198 



Person 



1984-85 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT SOURCE OF FUNDS SFX IUCE/ETHNI 

CLASS IF1CA1 ION STATE FEDERAL LOCAL VOCAT TOTAL MALE FEMALE WHITE BIS 

OFFICIAL. ADMS..MGRS. 7 12 1 11 7 4 9 

PRINCIPALS 11 11 8 3 8 

ASST PRINC. TEACHING 

ASST PR INC.N0NTEACHIN5 4 4 4 2 

FLEMENTARY TEACHE&S 13* 9 21 164 11 153 127 

SECONDARY TFACHFRS 56 1 11 17 85 35 50 65 

OTHER TEACHERS 29 1* 3 4 50 11 39 3? 

GUIDANCE 5 1 6 1 5 4 

PSYCHOLOGICAL 

I I<WARIAN. AUDIOVISUAL 10 2 12 12 9 

CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 1 111 

OTHER PROFESSIONAL 2 11 4 2 2 I 

TEACHFP AIDES 70 9 20 91 6 93 61 

TECHNICIANS 

CLERICAL. SECRETARIAL 1 6 4 8 28 28 21 

SFRVICE WORKERS 38 62 100 21 79 37 

SKILLED CRAFTS 

I A80RERS. UNSKILLED 1 16 17 17 12 

TOTAL 384 39 146 23 592 123 469 389 1 



VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROY I MATE L Y 67.28PCT FROM STATE, 
22. 64PCT FROM LOCAL, AND 10.03PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1983-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



>.«•»••••• per PUPIL EXPENDITURE 

STATE FEOERAL LOC. 

.463,450 1113.65 173.49 257.29 1,544.43 

231.61 40.72 54.82 

43.04 8.42 105.66 

71.34 78.98 125.95 

41.47 7.03 3.04 

1.21 13.06 15.38 

13.077,229 1502.52 321.70 562.14 2.386.36 







AMOUNTS EXPENDED 


BY SOURCE 








LEA 


FINAL 

ADM 


STATE 


FEOERAL 


LOCAL 




TOTAL 


PERSON COUNTY 


5.480 












SAI ARIFS 




6, 102,782 


950.704 


1.409.964 


e 


463,450 


FMPLDYFF RFNFFITS 




1.270.320 


223. 151 


300.392 


l 


793,864 


PURCHASED SERVICES 




235.851 


46.132 


579,010 




860.993 


SIPPPI !FS t MATFRt At S 




39 0. 96 8 


432,807 


690,187 


l 


,513,961 


INSTRUCTIONAL FQU IP . 




227.248 


39,547 


16.645 




282,440 


OTHER OB.IFCTS 




6.623 


71,590 


84.308 




162,521 


TOTAL 




8.233. 791 


,762.932 


3.080.506 


1 3 


.077,229 


PFRCFNT OF TOTAL 




62.9 


13.5 


23.6 




100.0 





PERCENT 


TOTAL 


OF TOTAL 


544.43 


64. 7 


327.35 


13.7 


157.12 


6.6 


276.27 


11.6 


51.54 


2.2 


29.65 


1.2 


386.36 


100.0 



11-199 



PITT 

Dr. Edwin L. West, Jr., Supt. 
1717 West Fifth Street 
Greenville, N. C. 27834 

16 Elementary Schools 
4 Secondary Schools 

1st Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1983-84 
UNIT FINAL 



740 ENROLL 
740 AOM 

ADA 

MLD 



740 
740 



950 971 884 
928 947 872 867 
840 837 



740 PROM 
740 N-P 

1984-85 
UNIT FIRST MO 

740 ENROLL 
740 ADM 
740 ADA 



882 910 

919 953 

809 833 

110 120 



863 869 

807 339 



932 941 903 
926 941 897 
901 921 873 



899 

846 

43 



852 

800 

52 



860 988 
780 897 



8 



878 908 868 876 999 836 
887 851 864 985 825 
858 819 824 939 785 



885 729 
823 919 750 
785 767 698 695 



38 152 



8 



52 



10 



55 



11 



12 TMH EXCP TOTA 



993 809 809 660 
944 772 774 649 



727 610 

750 645 

623 

22 



39 
39 
37 

38 

30 

8 



99 1157 
104 1130! 



98 

107 

100 

7 



842 892 917 878 877 953 959 803 778 699 
842 891 914 872 869 945 938 787 757 681 
821 869 894 849 839 911 899 756 721 649 



1078( 

1122' 

1030< 

91' 



12 TMH EXCP TOTA 



35 118 1152 

36 115 1141 
34 111 1104 



7*0 PITT COUNTY 



1 983-64 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



PU3LIC SR. INST NC 
PU?LIC SR. JUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OUTSTATE 
TUTAL 

CO"M COLL. TECH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

TRADE, BUSINESS NC 
TkaoE, DUSI TJTSTATE 
TOTAL 

MIL ITARY 

EMPLOYMENT 

OTlltKS •• 

GRAND TOTAL •«• 



12*) 

I 

129 



NUMBER 


PERCENT 


157 


2<>.8 


5 


0.3 


lt>2 


25.6 


IB 


2.9 


6 


0.9 


2<> 


3. a 


211 


33.3 


2 


0.3 


213 


33.6 


10 


1.6 


1 


0.2 


11 


1.7 


7 


l.l 


3 


0.5 


10 


1.6 


70 


11.1 


90 


1*.2 



11-200 



Pitt 



1984-65 Public School Personnel Summery 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT SOURCE OF F UNDS SEX RACF/ETHNI' 



CLASSIFICATION STATE FEDERAL LOCAL VOCAT TOTAL MALE FEMALE WHITE 

OFFICIAL .A0MS..MGRS. 16 I 6 1 2* 10 1* 21 

PRINCIPALS 20 20 13 7 17 

ASST PRINC. TEACHING 5 1 6 3 3 5 

ASST PRINC. NONTFACHING 8 5 13 6 7 11 

ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 307 27 31 2 367 33 33* 300 

SECONDARY TEACHERS 133 10 29 15 187 77 110 153 

OTHER TEACHERS 30 19 11 2 62 10 52 52 

GUIDANCE 17 2 2 21 4 17 18 

PSYCHOLOGICAL 

L TRRARIAN. AUDIOVISUAL 19 2 21 21 17 

CONSULTANT. SUPERVISOR 15 3 7 25 8 17 18 

OTHER PROFESSIONAL 6 6 6 5 

TEACHER AIDES 159 16 5 180 2 178 112 

TECHNICIANS 70 20 19 1 17 

CLEPICAL .SFCRETAR IAL 18 1 21 40 40 28 

SERVICE WORKERS 84 26 99 209 34 175 55 

SKILLEO CRAFTS 24 24 23 1 16 

LABORERS. UNSKILLED 

TOTAL 857 105 243 20 1225 242 983 845 

* VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE. 
72.64PCT FrtOM LOCAL. AND 10.08PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1960-64 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE 

FINAL 

LEA AOM STATE FEDERAL LOCAL 

PITT COUNTY H. 30") 

SAIARIFS 12.418.538 1.849.749 2.990.472 

EMPIOYFF BENEFITS 2, 605. (.39 430.811 627.096 

PIIDChasco SFRVICFS 371.969 55,635 669,300 

SIIPPIIFS C MATFRIALS 687.506 807,121 1,929,094 

INSTRUCTIPNAI F 01 1 I P . 252.827 154,477 251,999 

OTHFR OR.IFrTS 4,276 94,080 142,435 

TOTAL 16.340,756 3.391.874 6.610.395 

PFRCFNT OF TOTAL 62.0 12.9 2 5.1 











PUPIL EXPENDITURE 


....... 




TOTAL 


STATE 


FEOERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


PERCENT 
OF TOTAL 


1? 


.258.759 


1098.21 


163.58 


264.4 6 


1.526.25 


65. 5 


3 


,663,546 


230.42 


38.10 


55.46 


323.98 


13. S 


1 


,096,904 


32.89 


4.92 


59.19 


97.00 


4.2 


3 


423,721 


60.80 


71.38 


170.60 


302.78 


13.0 




659.303 


22.36 


13.66 


22.28 


58.30 


2. 5 




240.791 


. 3S 


8.32 


12.60 


21.30 


.9 


26 


343.024 

100.0 


1445.06 


299.96 


584.59 


2.329.61 


100.0 



11-201 



Greenville 



Dr. Richard L. Preston, Interim Supt 
P. 0. Box 431 
Greenville, N. C. 27834 



7 Elementary Schools 
2 Secondary Schools 
1 Combined School 

1st Education District 



1983-84 
UNIT FINAL 



741 
741 
741 
741 
741 
741 



ENROLL 

ADM 

ADA 

MLO 

PROM 

N-P 



391 
378 
357 
373 
348 
25 



1984-85 
UNIT FIRST MO 

741 ENROLL 
741 AOM 
741 ADA 



410 
391 
374 
386 
330 
56 



331 
326 
314 
324 
311 
13 



359 
346 
333 
341 
331 
10 



393 
383 
371 




Pupil Accounting 



317 
311 

300 

308 

297 

11 



327 
318 
307 
322 
319 
3 



342 
332 
320 
332 
332 



423 
414 
392 
413 
411 
2 



8 

427 
416 
398 
414 
398 
16 



8 



4 84 
462 
429 
467 
445 
22 



428 349 323 
417 344 320 
404 335 313 



339 306 325 379 451 444 
334 302 327 375 446 435 
324 294 319 364 430 417 



10 

421 

394 
372 
387 
349 
38 



11 12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



423 
396 
380 
389 
358 
31 



11 



373 
351 
336 
339 
321 
18 



31 
29 
27 
30 
20 
10 



48 
50 
46 

49 
41 

8 



5107 
4914 
4685 
4874 
4611 
263 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



477 


394 


383 


32 


52 


5075 


469 


384 


372 


32 


48 


4988 


444 


368 


359 


29 


46 


4817 



1963-64 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



7<il G3EENVILLE CITY 



PU?LIC SR. INST NC 
PU'-LIC SR. OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

CCH COLL. TECH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

TRADE. BUSINESS NC 
TRAOc, BUSI OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

MILITARY 

EMPLOYMENT 

OImlRS o« 

GR» JO TOTAL »>• 



NUMBER 


PERCENT 


195 



195 


60.2 
0.0 
60.2 


10 
6 
16 


3.1 

1.9 
<i.9 


19 

1 

20 


5.9 
0.3 
6.2 





1.2 
0.0 
1.2 







0.0 
0.0 
0.0 


3* 


10.5 


52 


16.0 


3 


0.9 


32* 


100.0 



11-202 



Greenville 



1984-85 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT 




SOURCE OF FUNDS 






SE < 


RACE/ETHNIC CIPIOl" 




CLASSIFICATION 


STATE 


FEDERAL LOCAL 


VGCAT 


TOTAL 


MALE FEMALE 


WHITE BLACK OTH 


EP 



OFFICIAL .AOMS..MGRS. 
PRINCIPALS 
ASST PRINC. TEACHING 
ASST P3INC.N0NTEACHING 
ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 
SECONDARY TEACHES S 
OTHER TEACHERS 
GUIDANCE 
PSYCHOLOGICAL 
L I W ARIA N. AUDIOVISUAL 
CONSULTANT. SUPER VISOR 
OTHER PROFESSIONAL 
TEACHER AIDES 
TECHNICIANS 
CLERICAL .SECRETARIAL 
SERVICE WORKERS 
SKILLED CRAFTS 
LABORERS .UNSK ILLED 
TOTAL 



VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE. 
22. 64PCT FROM LOCAL. AND I0.08PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1983-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENOEO 8Y SOURCE «»»••••••• PER PUPIL EXPENDITURE 

FINAL 

LEA ADM STATE FEDERAL LOCAL TOTAL STATE FEDERAL LOC 

r.RFFNUU IF r.TTY 4.914 

SALA'IFS 5,43'.. 552 814.663 I. SOB. 753 7, 757, 969 1105.93 165.78 307.03 1.5T8.7 

FMPLOYFE 8FNFFITS 1.133.124 171,162 317.853 1,622.139 230.59 34.63 64.68 

PUOCHASEn SFRVtCFS 127.319 25.964 456.606 609,839 25.91 5.28 92.92 

SIIPPtlFS t MATEPIALS 215.340 373,869 580.879 1.175,088 43.82 77.10 118.21 

INSTRUCTIONAL FOIIIP. 62.857 85.512 96.274 244.643 12.79 17.40 19.59 

nTHFa rmjccTS 800 57 38.111 38,967 .16 .01 7.76 

TOTAL 6.973.992 1.476.227 2.998.476 11.448,695 1419.20 300.40 610.19 2.329.79 

PERCENT OF TOTAL 60.9 12.9 26.2 100.0 



11-203 





PERCENT 


TOTAL 


OF TOTAL 


578.74 


ST. 6 


330.10 


14. 2 


124.11 


5. 3 


239.13 


10.3 


49.78 


2.1 


7.9 3 


.3 



POLK 

Dr. James E. Benfield, Supt. 
Courthouse Annex, P. 0. Box 697 
Columbus, N. C. 28722 

4 Elementary Schools 
2 Combined Schools 

8th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 





1983-84 
































UNIT 


FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 TMH EXCP 


TOTAL 


750 


ENROLL 


119 


122 


110 


133 


134 


149 


134 


167 


139 


125 


117 


117 


110 


6 


1682 


750 


ADM 


111 


112 


106 


121 


127 


143 


125 


156 


132 


119 


105 


109 


103 


5 


1574 


750 


ADA 


103 


105 


101 


116 


122 


135 


119 


145 


122 


110 


96 


99 


96 


5 


1474 


750 


MLO 


112 


103 


102 


120 


127 


142 


124 


156 


130 


112 


103 


102 


102 


6 


1546 


750 


PROM 


110 


103 


99 


119 


126 


136 


122 


137 


118 


94 


97 


85 


95 


6 


1447 


750 


N-P 
1984-85 


2 


5 


3 


1 


1 


6 


2 


19 


12 


18 


6 


17 


7 




99 


UNIT 


FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH EXCP 


TOTAL 


750 


ENROLL 


121 


123 


109 


97 


113 


137 


138 


131 


149 


127 


96 


98 


102 


5 


1546 


750 


ADM 


119 


122 


107 


96 


113 


136 


137 


130 


148 


125 


94 


96 


102 


5 


1530 


750 


ADA 


113 


117 


103 


92 


109 


131 


132 


123 


142 


120 


89 


90 


97 


4 


1462 



1 983-64 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



750 POLK COUNTY 



BLACK WHITE OTHERS 



SLACK WHITE OTHERS 



PUSLIC SR. INST NC 
PUBLIC SR. OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

CO-1 COLL. TECH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

TRADE. 9USINESS NC 
TRA,)E, 8USI OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

MILITARY 

EMPLOYMENT 
UTH?RS •• 
GRAND TOTAL •«« 



TOTAL 
NUMBER PERCENT 



7.<> 

13.8 

29.3 
1.1 

30.9 

3.2 
<r.3 
7.4 

2.1 
0.0 
2.1 

3.2 

34.0 
2.1 

100. 



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



11-204 



Polk 



1984-85 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT SOURCE OF FUNDS SEX RACE/ETHNIC CRIGIN 

CLASSIFICATION STATE FEDERAL LOCAL VOCAT TOTAL HALE FEMALE HHIT5 BLACK OTh<= 

OFFICIAL .AD.MS.. MORS. 3 1 4 3 1 4 

PRINCIPALS 6 6 5 16 

ASST P°INC. TEACHING 

ASST PRINCNONTEACHING 1 11 1 

ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 40 3 I 44 8 36 41 2 

SECONDARY TEACHERS 13 1 8 22 11 11 21 

OTHER TEACHETS 11 4 1 3 19 8 11 16 3 

GUIDANCE 1 111 

PSYCHOLOGICAL 

I I WAR IAN. AUDIOVISUAL 2 2 * 1 3 4 

CONSULT ANT. SUPER VISOR 

OTHFR PROFESSIONAL 2 1 3 3 3 

TEACHER AIDES 1 7 4 1 22 22 20 2 

TECHNIC1 ANS 

CI EPICAL .SECRETAR IAL 7 5 12 12 12 

SERVICE WORKERS 11 21 32 13 19 31 1 

SKILLED CRAFTS 

LABORERS. UNSKILLED 

TOTAL 11* 9 35 12 170 50 120 159 9 



VOCATIONAL TE4CHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE, 
2J.6WCT FROM LOCAL. AND 10.08PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1983-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 







AMOUNTS EXPENDED 


BY SOURCE 










PUPIL EXPENDITURE 




i f a 


FINAL 
AOM 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


PERCENT 

OF TOT1L 


POLK COUNTY 


1.574 




















SALARIES 




1,994.536 


194.598 


392.165 


2.581.398 


1267.24 


123.63 


249.15 


1.640.02 


65.8 


FfPI qvcf BFNFF ITS 




423,506 


44.249 


85.646 


553.401 


269.06 


28.11 


54.41 


351.58 


14.1 


PURCHASED SFRVICFS 




39. 310 


6.839 


124,731 


1 70,890 


24.97 


4. 34 


79.24 


108.55 


4. 4 


StPPPLIFS f. "STFPIALS 




165.051 


86.835 


240.021 


491 ,907 


104.86 


55.17 


152.49 


312.52 


12.5 


INSTRUCTION!! F01IIP. 




46, 565 


10.855 


1. 866 


59,286 


29.58 


6.10 


1.19 


37.67 


1.5 


OTHER OBJECTS 




5.840 


13,050 


45.959 


64,849 


5.71 


B.Z9 


29.20 


41.20 


1. 7 


TOTAL 




2.674,938 


356.426 


890.387 


3,921,721 


1699.42 


226.44 


565.68 


2,491.54 


100.0 


PFRCFNT OF TOTAL 




68.2 


9.1 


22. 7 


100.0 













11-205 



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 





1983-84 




























UNIT 


FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


751 


ENROLL 


26 


36 


26 


35 


34 


53 


52 


67 


63 


62 


54 


52 


55 


751 


ADM 


20 


34 


23 


30 


32 


51 


49 


64 


59 


57 


49 


52 


54 


751 


ADA 


18 


32 


22 


28 


31 


48 


47 


59 


56 


54 


45 


49 


51 


751 


KLD 


19 


37 


23 


33 


32 


50 


49 


64 


62 


54 


48 


54 


53 


751 


PROM 


19 


36 


23 


29 


32 


50 


49 


61 


61 


53 


41 


48 


53 


751 


N-P 
1984-85 




1 




4 








3 


1 


1 


7 


6 




UNIT 


FIRST XO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


751 


ENROLL 


28 


20 


39 


34 


40 


35 


53 


60 


62 


66 


61 


58 


49 


751 


AO«* 


28 


20 


39 


34 


40 


34 


52 


59 


61 


65 


60 


57 


49 


751 


ADA 


27 


20 


38 


34 


39 


33 


51 


57 


59 


63 


59 


55 


47 



TMH EXCP TOTAL 

615 
574 
5 40 
578 
555 
23 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



605 
599 
582 



1963-84 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



751 TSYON CITY 





TOTAL 


NUMBER 


PERCENT 


10 


18.5 


4 


7. A 


1A 


25. <> 


10 


19.5 


6 


11.1 


16 


29.6 


7 


13.0 


2 


3.7 


9 


16.7 


1 


1.9 





0.0 


1 


1.9 


2 


3.7 





0.0 


2 


3.7 


6 


11.1 


6 


11.1 





0.0 


5<> 


100.0 



PU°LIC SR. INST NC 
PUBLIC SR. OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE SR. T.ST NC 
?RW»TE SR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

CO»M C"LL t TECH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

TRADF, BUSINESS NC 
TRAOE. BUSI OUTSTATE 
TuTAL 

MIL ITARY 

EMPLOYMENT 

UTHtRS »• 

CRANO TOTAL eoo 



11-206 



Tryon 



1984-85 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT SOURCE OF FUNDS S c » PACE/ETHNIC l"R|r,[. 

CLASSIFICATION STATE FEDERAL LCCAL VOCAT TOTAL MALE FEMALE WHITE 3LACK OV 

OFFICIAL .ACM S..MGRS. 1 1 1 1 

PRINCIPALS 1 111 

ASST PRINC, TEACHING 

ASST PTINCNONTFACHING 

ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 1 4 2 16 * 12 16 

SECONDARY TEACHERS 7 2 6 15 9 6 15 

OTHFR TEACHERS 332 82662 

GUIDANCE 1 111 

PSYCHOLOGICAL 

I I3RA»IAN. AUDIOVISUAL 2 2 112 

CONSULTANT.SUPERVISUR 

OTHFR PROFESSIONAL 2 2 2 2 

TEACHER AIDES 7 3 1 11 11 ID 1 

TECHNIC1 ANS 

CLERICAI .SECPETAR IAL 1 4 5 5 5 

SERVICE WORKERS 

SKILLED CRAFTS 

1 4BOPFRS ,UNSK ILLEO 3 4 7 3*52 

TOTAL 42 6 14 7 69 24 45 64 5 

* VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE, 
22. 64PCT FROM LOCAL. AND 10.08PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1983-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED 8Y SOURCE ..»«.»«««» pf.R pupa EXPENDITURE 





FINAL 


















PERCENT 


LFA 


ADM 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


OF TOTAL 


TRYON CITY 


5 74 




















SAI AR IPS 




671.966 


87,519 


229.533 


989,018 


1170.67 


152.47 


399.88 


1,723.02 


67. 8 


FMPIDYFF RFNFFITS 




139.312 


20,2 79 


53.303 


212,894 


242.70 


35.3 3 


92.86 


370.89 


14.5 


PURCHASED SFRVICFS 




19,899 


10.490 


53.769 


84,158 


34.67 


18.27 


93.67 


146.61 


5. 8 


SIIPPI IFS '. MATFRIALS 




28.585 


36,486 


66. 140 


131,210 


49.80 


63.56 


115.23 


228.59 


9. 


INSTRUCTIONAL FOUIP. 




15.663 


?.679 


4,271 


22,613 


27.29 


4.67 


7.44 


39.40 


1 . 6 


OTHFR OB.I c CTS 




457 


3,505 


15.003 


18,968 


.80 


6.11 


26.14 


33.05 


1. 1 


TOTAL 




875.883 


160,961 


422.018 


1 ,458,862 


1525.93 


280.41 


735.22 


2,541.56 


100. 


PERCFNT OF TOTAL 




6 0.1 


11.0 


28. 9 


100. 













11-207 



RANDOLPH 

George R. Fleetwood, Supt. 
2222 S. Fayetteville Street 
Asheboro, N. C. 27203 

17 Elementary Schools 
4 Secondary Schools 

5th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 





1983-84 










UNIT 


FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


760 


ENROLL 


973 


L028 


931 


959 


760 


ADM 


949 


994 


909 


9 39 


760 


ADA 


884 


939 


865 


897 


760 


MLD 


940 


981 


909 


942 


760 


PROM 


876 


838 


847 


889 


7^0 


N-P 
1984-85 


64 


93 


62 


53 


UNIT 


FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


760 


ENROLL 


894 


991 


988 


919 


760 


AOM 


886 


987 


980 


918 


760 


ADA 


858 


959 


9 50 


892 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



985 


823 


816 


916 


759 


762 


940 


789 


800 


811 


743 


763 


129 


46 


37 



972 1014 1185 1196 1181 1180 

920 959 1110 1111 1097 1084 

971 1010 1187 1188 1174 1118 

929 964 1095 1078 1101 933 

42 46 92 110 73 185 



4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 

935 1002 1038 1222 1139 1273 1028 889 

933 997 1032 1213 1133 1257 1019 880 

905 961 991 1153 1081 1189 978 843 



35 



64 13713 



36 80 13259 

34 76 12M3 

36 97 13082 

36 86 12039 

11 1043 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



788 
781 
746 



36 
38 
37 



96 13238 
95 13149 
90 12633 



1963-84 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



760 RANDOLPH COUNTY 









MALE 










FEMALE 








TOTAL 


AMERICAN 
INDIAN 


SLACK 


WHITE 


DTHER» 


TOTAL 


AMERICAN 
INDIAN 


BLACK 


WHITE 


OTHERS 


TOTAL 


NUMBER 


PERCENT 


PUBLIC SR. INST NC 
PUBLIC SR. UUT-STATE 
TOTAL 








7 


7 


39 

4 
43 


2 


2 


48 
4 
52 







10 

10 


64 

1 

65 


1 

1 


75 

1 

76 


123 

5 
125 


15.9 
0.6 
16.5 


PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OuTSTATE 
TOTAL 







1 

1 


20 

1 

21 







21 

1 

22 







1 



I 


20 


20 







21 

21 


42 

1 

43 


5.4 
0.1 
5.5 


CO-" COLL. TFCH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 








7 

7 


72 


72 







79 



79 







12 

12 


135 



135 







147 



147 


226 



226 


29.1 
0.0 
29.1 


PRIVATE JR. CULL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 


3 

















1 



1 


1 


1 













2 

2 







2 

2 


3 

3 


0.4 
0.0 
0.4 


TRADE, 3USINESS NC 
TKAJS, bUSI OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 












2 
3 

5 








2 
3 

5 








2 


2 


21 



21 








23 


23 


25 
3 

28 


3.2 

0.4 
3.6 


MILITARY 


1 


8 


3* 





43 





3 


2 





5 


40 


6.2 


EMPLOYMENT 





10 


130 





140 





9 


147 





156 


296 


33.1 


OTHERS •» 




















1 


3 





4 


4 


0.5 


GRAND TOTAL «o 


I 


33 


305 


3 


342 





38 


395 


I 


434 


776 


100.0 



INCLUDES HISPANICS. ALASKAN NATIVES. AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANOERS 

•Includes information not available, marrieo, etc. 



11-208 



Rando Iph 



1984-85 Public School Personnel Summory 

(Full-time personnel only) 



activity assignment source of funds sex R4CE/ETHNIC origin 

CLASSIFICATION STATE FEDERAL LOCAL VOCAT TOTAL MALE FEMALE WHITE BLACK OTHFR 

OFFICIAL .ACS. .MORS. 6 1 7*37 

PRINCIPALS 21 21 18 3 21 

ASST PPINC. TEACHING 1 11 1 

ASST PRINC.NONTEACHING 17 17 11 6 16 1 

ELEMENTARY TEACHF«S 339 3 341 35 306 323 21 

SECONDARY TEACHERS 96 96 39 57 93 3 

OTHrR TFACHERS 83 18 29 49 179 57 122 173 6 

GUIDANCE 15 3 18 1 17 13 

PSYCHOLOGICAL 1 11 I 

L ISRARIAN.AUOIOV ISUAL 22 22 22 22 

CONSULTANT. SUPERVISOR 7 1 19 4 5 9 

OTHER PROFESSIONAL 19 1 21 6 1* 17 3 

TEACHER AIDES 148 30 17 2 197 1 196 189 8 

TECHNICIANS 1 1 2 112 

CLER ICAL.SECRETAR IAL 25 24 49 49 49 

SERVICE WOR<ERS 34 98 122 24 99 104 13 

SKILLED CRAFTS 12 22 34 34 33 1 

LABORERS .UNSKILLED 

TOTAL 845 50 186 55 1136 237 899 1074 63 2 



• VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPR0» I "ATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE. 
22.64PCT FROM LOCAL. AND 10.08PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1983-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 







AMOUNTS EXPENDED 


BY SOURCE 












PUPIL E 


XPENOIT.URE 




l FA 


FINAL 
ADM 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 




TOTAL 


STATE 


FEOERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


PERCENT 
OF TOTAL 


RANDOLPH COUNTY 


13.259 






















SALAR1FS 




13.923.484 


812.914 


2.349.495 


I 7 


085.894 


1050.12 


61.31 


177.20 


1,288.63 


07.8 


EMPLOYEE BFNFFITS 




2.851.022 


180.697 


467.470 


3 


499.189 


215.03 


13.63 


35.26 


263.92 


13. 9 


PURCHASED SERVICES 




420.293 


90.300 


566.446 


1 


077.039 


31.70 


6.81 


42.72 


81.23 


4. 3 


SUPPLIES C MATERIALS 




95?. 943 


3 23.8 32 


1.778.898 


3 


055.673 


71.87 


24.42 


134.17 


230.46 


12. 1 


INSTRUCT tnUAl FOUIP. 




314.489 


85.729 


25.284 




425,502 


23.72 


i.47 


1 .1 I 


32.10 


1. 7 


OTHFR nn.lECTS 




2.573 


1.338 


57.769 




61.630 


.19 


. 1 3 


4.36 


4.65 


.2 


TOTAL 




18.464. 753 


.494,810 


5.245.363 


25 


,204,927 


1392.63 


112.74 


395.62 


1.900.99 


100.0 


PFRCFNT OF TOTAL 




73. 3 


5.0 


20.8 




100.0 













11-209 



Asheboro 

Duane J, Mattheis, Supt. 

1126 S. Park Street, P. 0. Box 1103 

Asheboro, N. C. 27203 

5 Elementary Schools 

1 Secondary School 

2 Combined Schools 

5th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1983-84 
UNIT FINAL 



761 
761 



ENROLL 
ADM 



237 274 262 237 268 302 279 33* 
230 271 257 230 265 289 274 323 



761 ADA 

761 MLD 

761 PROM 

761 N-P 

1984-85 
UNIT FIRST NO 

761 ENROLL 
761 AOM 
761 ADA 



215 256 245 220 251 277 

225 270 258 226 270 291 

219 250 250 224 260 2 80 

6 20 d 2 10 11 



262 
278 



302 
319 



276 283 
2 36 



8 



17 



8 



10 



353 
339 
317 
321 

304 276 254 
17 9 



312 300 

300 280 

282 263 

293 263 



10 



11 



296 

301 

2 80 

21 



11 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



332 265 
316 256 



239 
251 
242 



12 
11 

10 
1 1 
11 



51 
54 
44 
64 
58 
6 



253 233 258 256 232 263 280 319 303 323 282 259 293 
252 232 255 254 231 264 279 316 302 321 283 256 293 
247 225 250 247 225 257 273 305 290 307 273 243 281 



3*18 
3695 
3479 
3641 
3467 
174 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



11 


57 


3622 


11 


56 


3605 


8 


46 


3477 



761 AS4ER0R0 CITY 



1963-64 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



NUMBER 


PERCENT 


63 


25.7 





0.0 


63 


25.7 


26 


11. <• 


2 


.0.3 


30 


12.2 


66 


26.9 





0.0 


66 


26.9 



PUBLIC SR. INST NC 
PU'LIC SR. OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OuTSTATE 
TOTAL 

CO'f CPLL. TELH NC 
C.r. TECH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OuTSTATE 
TOTAL 



TKAOE, BUSINESS NC 
TPADEt bUSI OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

MILITARY 

EMPLOYMENT 

OTHERS »• 

GRAND TOTAL «•• 



2.0 

0.0 
2.0 

6.1 

15.9 

10.6 

100.0 



11-210 



Asheboro 



1984-85 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT 



SOURCE OF FUNDS 



RACE/ETHNIC f.Rlr,I< 



CLASS IF ICATION 



STATE FEDERAL LOCAL 



FEMALE WHITE BLACK OTHE 



OFFICIAL .ACMS..MGRS. 
PRINCIPALS 
ASST PRINC. TEACHING 
ASST "RINC.NONTFACHING 
ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 
SECONDARY TEACHERS 
P.THFR TEACHERS 
GUIDANCE 
PSYCHOLOGICAL 
I IBRARIAN. AUDIOV ISUAL 
CONSULT ANT. SUPER VI SOB 
OTHER PROFESSIONAL 
TEACHER AIDES 
TFCHNICI ANS 
CIER ICAL .SFCRETAR I AL 
SERVICE WORKERS 
SKI! LED CRAFTS 
L AHORERS .UNSKILLED 
TOTAL 



16 82 



VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPRO* I "ATE LY 67.28PCT FROM STATE. 
ZP.6VCT FROM LOCAL. AND 10.08PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNOS. 



1983-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE 



•»• PER PUPIL EXPENDITURE 



ISHFRORO city 
SALARIES 

EMPLOYFF BFNSFITS 
PlIPCHASFD SERVICES 
SUPPLIES L "1TFRIALS 
INSTRUCTIONAL FOUIP. 
flTHFR OBJECTS 
TOTAL 
PFOTFNT OF TOTAL 



4.128.965 
865.318 
122.279 
156.930 
31.288 
1. 347 
5.306. 128 



333.743 

75.127 

12.186 

96,915 

13.452 

19 

531 ,463 

6.5 



338.405 


5,801.113 


1117 


45 


90 


3: 


362 


22 


1,569 


99 


302.730 


1.243.175 


234 


19 


20 


33 


81 


93 


336 


45 


233.614 


368,079 


33 


09 


3 


30 


63 


22 


9) 


61 


429. 102 


682 .946 


4? 


47 


26 


23 


1 16 


1 3 


1 14 


83 


28.301 


73.042 


8 


47 


3 


64 


7 


66 


19 


77 


29. 180 


30.566 




36 




01 


7 


90 


8 


27 


361.331 


8.198.922 


1436 


03 


143 


83 


6 3'J 


06 


2,218 


92 


28.8 


100.0 



















7 0.8 
15.1 
-.. 5 

e. 3 



11-211 



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 



1983-8* 
UNIT FINAL 



10 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



770 ENROLL 7*8 7*8 677 731 7*6 7*8 739 802 731 700 7*0 627 5*6 



770 ADM 

770 ADA 

770 MLD 

770 PROM 

770 N-P 

1984-85 
UNIT FIRST MO 

770 ENROLL 
770 AOM 
770 ADA 



731 727 657 

687 69* 626 

730 723 652 

616 597 581 

11* 126 71 



712 


73 2 


738 


737 


785 


75* 


652 


696 


587 


526 


35 


22 


9091 


683 


70* 


702 


705 


7*0 


710 


610 


6*8 


550 


*92 


32 


20 


3603 


708 


7*3 


733 


735 


776 


7*9 


627 


658 


561 


512 


35 


22 


89 6* 


667 


718 


709 


729 


70* 


700 


518 


550 


530 


500 


35 


17 


8171 


*1 


25 


2* 


6 


72 


*9 


109 


108 


31 


12 




5 


793 



7*8 
7*2 
722 



755 665 
750 663 
732 651 



631 69* 

627 688 
616 673 



7*2 731 
739 726 
720 705 



80* 
798 
770 



752 
7*6 
718 



789 
780 
7*6 



10 

63* 
623 

600 



11 

585 
579 
555 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



55* 
5*6 
527 



37 
37 
35 



17 9139 
16 9060 
16 8786 



1983-84 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



770 RICHMOND C1UNTY 



WHITE 0THER» 



OTHER* TOTAL 



PUBLIC SR. INST NC 
PUBLIC SR. O'JT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE SR. IJ.ST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OUTSTAT6 
TOTAL 

CL-" C1LL. TECH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRI VATE JR. OjTSTATE 
TOTAL 

TRAJE. BUSINESS NC 
TKAOC, BUSI OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

MILITARY 

EMPLOYMENT 

OTHtRS e« 

GRAND TOTAL »o« 



• INCL'IOES HISPANICS, ALASKAN NATIVES. AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANOERS 
•elNCLUOLS INFORMATION NOT AVAILABLE. MARRIED. ETC. 



NUMBER 


PERCENT 


8<i 


17.1 


ia 


3.7 


102 


20.8 


12 


2.4 


1 


0.2 


13 


2.7 


99 


20.2 


A 


O.B 


103 


21.0 


7 


1.4 


2 


0.4 


9 


1.8 


5 


1.0 


A 


0.8 


9 


1.8 


60 


12.2 


113 


2A.1 


76 


15.5 


490 


100.0 



11-212 



Richmond 



1984-85 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT 




SOURCE 0»= FUNDS 






Srx 


RACE/ETHNIC R 


RIGIN 


CLASSIFICATION 


STATE 


FEDERAL LCCAL 


VOC AT 


TOTAL 


MALE FEMALE 


KHI>-E BLACK 


OTHER 



OFFIC I AL , A0MS..MGR S. 6 1 18 

PRINCIPALS 15 15 

ASST PRINC. TEACHING 3 3 

ASST PRINC. NONTFACHING 9 9 

C LE«ENTARY TEACHFRS 2*5 * 11 5 265 

SECONDARY TEACHERS 98 6 9 35 148 

OTHER TEACHERS 33 19 52 

GUIDANCE B 2 10 
PSYCHOLOGICAL 

L IBRAP IAN. AUDIOVISUAL 17 17 

CONSULTANT. SUPERVISOR 4 1 5 

OTHER PROFESSIONAL 5 3 1 9 

TFACHER AIDES 111 14 125 

TECHNICIANS 1 1 

CLERICAL .SECRETARIAL 17 2 27 46 

SERVICE WORKERS 71 17 81 169 

SKILLED CRAFTS . 6 6 

L ASORERS. UNSKILLED 3 6 9 

TOTAL 651 67 136 43 897 



VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE, 
22.64PCT FROM LOCAL, AND 13.08PCT FR04 FEDERAL FUNOS. 



1983-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENOED BY SOURCE *»»»»*»««» per PUPIL EXPENDITURE 

FINAL 

L " 4 ADM STATF FEOERAL LOCAL TOTAL STATE FEOERAL LOC/ 

CHMCND COUNTY 9.091 

'S*I-A«1FS 10.025.687 965,071 1,765,073 12,755,831 1102.81 106.16 194.16 1,403.13 

iF"P|nvFE 3 = -JFCITS 1,956.757 320.436 200.981 2.478,175 215.24 35.25 22.11 

PURCHASE!-. SrRVlCFS 219.610 31.481 511.768 762,859 24.16 3.46 56.29 

SUPPLIES t MATERIALS 630.647 932,060 373.721 1.936,427 69.37 102.53 41.11 

INSTRUCTION*! EQUIP. 145.139 57.492 176.521 379,151 15.97 6.32 19.42 

BTMFR rilUFCTS H09 14 12.081 13,504 .15 1.33 

roTil 12.979,249 2,306,554 3,040,145 18,325,948 1427.70 253.72 334.42 2.015.84 

FRCENT OF T.JTSL 70. S 12.6 16.6 100.0 



11-213 





PERCENT 


TOTAL 


OF TOTAL 


403.13 


69.6 


272.60 


13.4 


83.91 


4.2 


213.01 


10.6 


41.71 


2. 1 


1.48 


. 1 



ROBESON 

Purnell 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 





1983-84 


UNIT 


FINAL 


780 


ENROLL 


730 


ADM 


780 


ADA 


780 


MLD 


730 


PROM 


780 


N-P 




1984-85 


UNIT 


FIRST MO 


780 


ENROll 


780 


ADM 


780 


ADA 



8 



10 



1104 1227 1177 1122 1199 1176 1364 1201 1163 1175 1149 

1084 1209 1158 1102 1172 1171 1341 1197 1141 1127 1090 

1030 1158 1116 1072 1134 1131 1290 1143 1079 1059 1005 

1077 1208 1151 1106 1170 1176 1337 1201 1133 1108 1043 

1033 1055 1072 1059 1148 1141 1314 1154 1081 940 880 

44 150 79 47 2Z 35 23 47 52 168 163 



K 123456789 10 

1088 1213 1152 1138 1078 1181 1167 1370 1189 1222 1080 

1082 1210 1151 1135 1074 1180 1165 1364 1186 1211 1066 

1051 1177 1131 1112 1053 1154 1138 a328 1143 1155 1005 



11 

959 
907 
838 
870 
770 
100 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



784 
767 
717 
752 
734 
18 



45 
45 
41 
45 
45 



35 
35 
27 
38 

38 



14880 
14546 
13840 
14415 
13467 
948 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



960 


757 


45 


64 


14704 


949 


751 


44 


62 


14630 


904 


726 


42 


54 


14173 



1960-64 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



730 RJ^ESON COUNTY 



TOTAL 
NUMBER PERCENT 



PUBLIC St. INST NC 
PU1LIC SR. OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

COM* COLL, TECH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

TR'.UE, bUSINESS NC 
TKAOE, ESUSI OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

MIL ITARY 

EMPLOYMENT 

OTHERS oe 

GRAND TOTAL •«• 



13". 

2 
136 



ue 

7 
125 



254 

3 

257 



34.5 

0.4 
34.9 

1.5 
0.1 
1.6 

23.2 

1.8 

25.0 

1.1 

0.0 
1.1 

0.7 
0.1 
0.8 

9.6 

23.2 

3.8 

100.0 



11-214 



Robeson 



1984-85 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMFNT SOURCE OF FUNDS SEX RACE/ETHNIC CP.IGI" 

CLASSIFICATION STATE FEDERAL LOCAL VOC AT TOTAL MALE FEMALE WHITE BLACK Th 

OFFIC IAL ,AC«S..MGRS. 12 5 1 2 23 12 8 9 * 

PRINCIPALS 28 28 2* 4 8 4 

ASST PRINC. TEACHING 1 I 1 

ASST PRINCN0NTEACH1NG 13 13 9 * 6 

FLFMFNTARY TEACHERS 40R 22 3 433 59 374 127 84 

SECONDARY TEACHERS 160 15 42 217 95 122 88 41 

OTHER TEACHERS 44 32 3 79 5 74 24 21 

C.UIDANCE 13 13 5 8 1 2 

PSYCHOLOGICAL 1 111 

I IBRAR IAN, AUDIOVISUAL 22 22 22 6 2 
CONSULTANT, SUPER VISOR 

OTHFR PROFESSIONAL 21 7 28 5 23 6 T 

TEACHER AIDES 203 27 1 231 6 225 47 50 
TECHNICI ANS 

CLERICAL. SECRETAR IAL 35 1 36 36 11 2 

SERVICE WORKERS 194 8 24 226 45 181 31 46 
SKILI ED CRAFTS 

I ARORFRS .UNSKILLFO 11 6 17 3 14 6 3 

TOTAL 1166 123 26 50 1365 270 1095 364 272 



VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FRO- STATE. 
22.64PCT FROM LOCAL, AND 10.08PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1983-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE ••«•»•♦»»» per PUPIL EXPENDITURE 



LFA 


F I 


Ml 

DM 




STATE 




FEDERAL 


LOCAL 




TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


PERCENT 
OF TOTAL 


ROBESON COUNTY 


14. 


546 


























SALARIES 






I', 


808.463 


3 


,443.822 


1.421.960 


20 


.674,245 


1086.79 


236.75 


97.76 


1,421.30 


63.7 


EMPLOYEE RFNFFITS 






3 


349.976 




699,245 


407, 115 


4 


456,336 


230.30 


48.07 


27.99 


306.36 


1 3. 6 


PURCHASED SF7VICFS 








323.504 




835,921 


905.290 


2 


067,715 


22.24 


57.67 


62.24 


142.15 


6.4 


SiJPPLTFS t MATERIALS 






1 


191.836 


1 


792,946 


1.417,934 


<. 


402,715 


81.94 


123.26 


97.48 


302.68 


1 3. b 


INSTRUCTIONAL EQUIP. 








334.958 




109.625 


17.-.54 




462,037 


23.03 


7. 54 


1.20 


31.77 


1.4 


OTHFP OBJECTS 








4,090 




253,016 


159.633 




413,739 


.28 


17.19 


10.97 


28.44 


1. 3 


TOTAL 






21 


012.827 


7 


134, 57* 


4.329.385 


32 


,476,786 


144*.. 58 


490.48 


297.64 


2,232.70 


iOO.O 


PFOr.FNT OF TOTAL 








64, 7 




22.0 


1 3. 1 




100.0 













11-215 



Fairmont 

Leon M. McLean, Supt. 
106 Trinity Street 
Fairmont, N. C. 28340 

2 Elementary Schools 
1 Secondary School 

4th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



UNIT 

791 
781 
781 
781 
781 
781 



1983-84 
FINAL 

ENROLL 

ADM 

ADA 

MLO 

PROM 

N-P 



1984-85 
UNIT FIRST MO 

781 ENROLL 
781 AOM 
781 ADA 



170 
166 
153 
167 
161 
6 



160 
158 
155 



225 

218 
210 
218 
181 
37 



188 
186 
182 



161 
159 
154 
162 
144 
18 



199 
196 
192 



203 
199 
194 
203 
176 
27 



167 
166 
163 



168 
165 
160 
167 
162 
5 



183 
183 
180 



167 
166 
160 
170 
170 



167 
165 
162 



180 
180 
174 
181 
181 



169 

168 
164 



214 
211 
201 
211 

187 
24 



191 

190 
186 



8 

188 
185 
176 
193 
181 
2 



204 
202 
196 



232 
217 
201 
206 
179 
27 



216 
215 
207 



10 

172 
164 
151 
159 
134 
25 



201 
193 

187 



11 

156 
150 
141 
147 
141 
6 



11 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



114 
112 
104 
110 
109 
1 



13 
14 
13 
14 
1 
13 



2363 
2306 
2197 
2298 
2107 
191 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



137 128 14 
135 127 15 
131 123 14 



2324 ! 
2299 ( 
2242 



1983-84 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



781 FAIRMONT CITY 



PU°LIC SR. INST NC 
PUBLIC SR. OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 



C0"M COLL. TECH NC 
C.C. TCCH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PKIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OJTSTATE 
TOTAL 

TR»O r :, BUSINESS NC 
TRiOE. BUSI OUTSTATE 
TUTAL 

MILITARY 

EMPLOYMENT 

OT'IKS •• 

GRAr.j TOTAL • »♦ 



OTHERe TOTAL 



NUMBER 


PERCENT 


30 

30 


2<>. 2 
0.0 
2<>.2 


10 
t 
11 


8.1 
•0.8 
8.9 


29 



29 


23.4 
0.0 
23. 4 


1 


1 


0.8 
0.0 
0.8 


6 

<• 
10 


<..8 
3.2 
8.1 


12 


9.7 


31 


25.0 





0.0 


12<. 


100. 



11-216 



Fairmont 



1964-85 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT SOURCF OF FUNDS SEX RAC E /ETHNIC ORIGP 

CLASSIFICATION STATE FEDERAL LOCAL VOCAT TOTAL MALE FEMALE WHITE SLACK Th 

OFFICIAL. ADMS..MGRS. 2 2 1 5 4 13 1 

PRINCIPALS 3 3 3 2 1 

ASST PRINC.TFACHING 

ASST PRINC.NIJNTEACHING 3 3 12 11 

FLEMENTARY TEACHERS 62 1 63 5 58 35 18 

SECONDARY TEACHERS 25 10 35 1* 21 22 8 

OTHER TEACHERS 11 14 25 25 17 A 

GUIDANCE 11 13 2 112 

PSYCHOLOGICAL 

I IBRARIAN. AUDIOVISUAL 3 3 3 2 1 

CONSULTANT. SUPERVISOR 11 2 2 2 

OTHER PROFESSIONAL 1 11 1 

TEACHER AIDES 33 3 36 3 33 10 18 

TECHNICIANS 

CLFRICAL .SFCRETAR IAL 7 12 10 10 9 1 

SFRVICE WORKERS 8 30 38 9 29 10 24 

SKILI ED CRAFTS 1 11 1 

I ABORERS .UNSKILLED 

TOTAL 161 22 33 12 228 43 185 114 83 



* VOCATIONAL TE4CHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE, 
22. 64°CT FROM L1CAL. AND 10.O8PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1960-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENDEO BY SOURCE 



LEA ADM STATE 

FAIRMONT CITY 2.306 

SALARIES 2.624.855 

FMPIOYCE BFNFFITS 532.470 

PURCHASFfl SFPVITFS 68.635 

SUPPLIES r. MATERIALS 185.083 

INSTRUCTIONAL EQUIP. 54,451 

OTHFR OB.irrTS 295 

TOT«L 3.465.789 

PERCENT OF TOTAL 69.1 



FEDERAL 


4 19 


1S1 


127 


B15 


J 6 


>,(,/, 


243 


2 56 


5 


917 


M 


757 


916 


)69 




8.3 











PUPIL E 


PENOITURE 


PERCENT 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


OF TOTAL 


194,130 


3.258,943 


1138.27 


190.79 


84.18 


1,413.24 


65.0 


51.085 


711.370 


230.91 


55.43 


22.15 


308.49 


14. 3 


188.761 


294,062 


29.76 


15.90 


81.86 


127.52 


5.9 


120. 157 


548,496 


80.26 


105.49 


52.11 


237.86 


'. n.tj 


2.265 


62,632 


23.61 


2. 57 


.98 


27.16 


i'.z 


74. 158 


137,210 


. 1 5 


27.21 


32.16 


59.50 


2. i 


630.556 


5,012,714 


1502.94 


397.39 


273.44 


2.173.77 


100.0 


12.6 


100.0 













11-217 



Lumberton 

Dr. L. Gilbert Carroll, Supt. 
800 N. Walnut St., P. 0. Box 920 
Lumberton, N. C. 28358 

6 Elementary Schools 
1 Secondary School 
1 Combined School 

4th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1933-8* 

UNIT FINAL 

792 ENROLL 

782 ADM 

782 ADA 

782 *LD 

732 PKOM 

782 N-P 



1934-85 
UNIT FIRST no 

782 ENROLL 
782 AO* 
782 ADA 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



313 367 339 328 351 33* 390 387 407 367 370 318 247 

310 356 329 

291 341 316 

309 357 333 

297 314 325 

12 43 8 



313 334 333 330 307 341 327 362 357 358 372 322 281 16 
310 336 330 329 307 339 324 381 355 357 366 319 282 16 
299 327 322 320 300 329 315 371 342 345 348 303 268 15 



317 


341 


324 


384 


364 


386 


347 


351 


305 


241 


17 


306 


326 


308 


367 


344 


362 


326 


329 


281 


220 


16 


315 


343 


326 


384 


356 


377 


336 


344 


297 


234 


18 


297 


334 


318 


371 


332 


346 


322 


300 


275 


227 


18 


18 


9 


8 


13 


24 


31 


14 


44 


22 


7 




3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 



4535 
4372 
4133 
4329 
4076 
2 53 



EXCP TOTAL 



4373 
4351 
4204 



1 963-64 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



7e2 LUMbERTON CITr 





TOTAL 


NUMBER 


PERCENT 


82 


3C.0 


2 


0.9 


8«, 


38.9 


21 


9.7 


2 


0.9 


23 


10.6 


23 


13.0 





0.0 


23 


13.0 


10 


4.6 


1 


0.5 


11 


5.1 





0.0 





0.0 





0.0 


25 


11.6 


3<- 


15.7 


11 


5.1 


216 


100.0 



PU5LIC SR. INST NC 
PU°LIC SR. OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OUTSTATE 
lOTAL 

COM COLL. TECH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUISTATE 
TOTAL 

TRAO^t BUSINESS NC 
TPAOEt BUSI OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

MILITARY 

EMPLOYMENT 
Ol'tir, eo 
CRA'<0 TOTAL »<"> 



11-218 



Lumberton 



1964-85 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT SCURCE CF FUNDS SEX RACE /E TUNIC ORIGIN 

CLASSIFICATION STATE FEOERAL LOCAL VOCAT TOTAL MALE FEMALE WHITE BLACK OTHt 

OFFICIAL .A0MS..MGRS. 3 11 5 4 15 

PRINCIPALS 8 8 6 2 4 2 

ASST PRI NC. TEACHING 

SSST PRINCNONTEACHING 6 1 7 5 2 4 3 

FLEMENTARY TEACHERS 111 8 119 11 108 84 ?5 ! 

SECONDARY TEACHERS 38 1 39 8 31 28 11 

OTHFR TEACHERS 29 14 2 15 60 13 47 42 13 

GUIDANCE 3 1 2 6 6 4 2 

PSYCHOLOGICAL 

L IRRAR1AN. AUDIOVISUAL 10 13 10 7 3 

CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 2 13 3 3 

OTHER PROFESSIONAL 13 3 7 2 5 3 

TEACHER AIDES 55 55 2 53 29 20 

TFCHNICI ANS 

f LER ICAL .SFCRETAR IAL 8 1 12 21 21 18 3 

SERVICE WORKFRS 23 48 71 Zl 49 17 45 

SKII LED CRAFTS . 

LABORERS .UNSKILLED 

TOTAL 297 20 76 IB 411 73 338 245 130 

• VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAIO APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE. 
22. 64PCT CRCM LOCAL. ANO 10.08PCT FROM FEOERAL FUNOS. 



1983-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 









AMOUNTS EXPENDED 


RY SOURCE 






•• 


••• PER 


PUPIL EXPENDITURE 


....... 


LEA 


FINAL 

ADM 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


STATE 


FEOERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


PE"CENT 
OF TOTAL 


LUMRERTON CITY 


4 


17? 




















SAl ARIES 






4.835.422 


601.438 


946.067 


6.382,928 


1106.00 


137.57 


216.39 


1,459.96 


6 •) . '.' 


EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 






1.013. 516 


131.653 


204.541 


1,349,709 


231.82 


30.11 


45.78 


308.71 


I '. . (. 


PURCHASED SERVICES 






134.260 


■•6.241 


327.896 


508,396 


30.71 


10.58 


75.00 


116.29 


5. 5 


SUPPLIES r. MATFRMLS 






203. 709 


315. 3B8 


303.257 


842.355 


46.59 


76.71 


69.36 


192.66 


9. 1 


INSTRUCTtOMAI EQUIP. 






49.695 


25,045 


6.846 


81.586 


11 .37 


5. 73 


1.57 


18.67 


.9 


othfh na.iFCTS 






85 I 


29.395 


66.914 


97,160 


. 19 


6.72 


15.31 


22.22 


1.0 


TOTAI 






6. 237. <. 52 


.169. 160 


1.855.521 


9,262,133 


1426.68 


267.42 


424.41 


2.1 18.51 


100.0 


PFOCFNT OE TOTAL 






»,'.<. 


12.6 


2 D.O 


100.0 













11-219 



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 





1983-84 


































UNIT 


FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 TMH EXCP 


TOTAL 


784 


ENROLL 


141 


175 


148 


145 


155 


169 


137 


156 


165 


131 


139 


101 


93 


8 




1888 
1838 
1746 
1797 
1731 
66 


734 


ADM 


139 


172 


149 


139 


152 


163 


134 


153 


160 


126 


135 


96 


90 


6 


24 


784 


ADA 


131 


164 


143 


134 


146 


156 


129 


147 


152 


118 


126 


88 


84 


6 




784 


MLD 


136 


171 


148 


134 


148 


163 


131 


149 


154 


119 


131 


92 


90 






784 

734 


PROM 
N-P 


135 
1 


140 
31 


143 
5 


131 
3 


144 
4 


163 


129 
2 


149 


152 

2 


112 

7 


126 
5 


88 
4 


89 
I 


6 


24 
1 




1984-85 


































UNIT 


FIRST HO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


784 
784 
784 


ENROLL 

AOM 

ADA 


137 
136 
129 


162 

162 
156 


144 

144 
140 


143 

143 
138 


132 

132 
129 


147 

146 
143 


170 
169 
163 


134 
134 
131 


153 
153 
149 


161 

158 
154 


113 
112 
109 


130 
128 
124 


92 
91 

88 


5 
5 
5 


23 
23 

22 


1846 
1836 

1780 



1983-64 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



78*. RED SPRIN3S CITY 



PUBLIC SR. INST NC 
PU3LIC SR. OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE Sri . OuTSTATE 
TOTAL 



PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OJTSTATE 
TOTAL 

TRADE, BUSINESS NC 
TRADE, 3USI OUTSTATE 
TUIAL 

MILITARY 

EMPLOYMENT 

OTmlRS • • 

GRAND TOTAL ••• 





TOTAL 


NUMBER 


PERCENT 


32 


36. A 


33 


37.5 


A 


A. 5 





0.0 


A 


A. 5 


10 


11. A 





0.0 


10 


11. A 





0.0 





0.0 





0.0 


3 


3. A 





0.0 


3 


3. A 


9 


10.2 


IS 


17.0 


1A 


IS. 9 


88 


100.0 



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



11-220 



Red Springs 



1984-85 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT 




SOURCE 


OF FUNDS 






Sf < 


RACF/ETHNIC ORIGIN 


CLASS IFIC4TI0N 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


VOCAT 


TOTAL 


HALE FEMALE 


WHITE BLACK OTHER 



"FFIC IAI , ArMS..MGRS. 
PRINCIPALS 
ASST PRINC. TEACHING 
ASST PRINC. NONTEACHING 
ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 
SECONDARY TESCHERS 
TTHER TEACHtRS 
GUIDANCE 
PSYCHOLOGICAL 
1 IBRAPIAN. AUDIOVISUAL 
CONSULT ANT. SUPERVISOR 
OTHER PROFESSIONAL 
TEACHER AIDES 
TECHNICI ANS 
CLER ICAL.SECRETAR IAL 
SERVICE GOPHERS 
SKILLED CRAFTS 
I ABORFRS .UNSKILLED 
TOTAL 



VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE. 
22.64PCT FROM LOCAL. AND 10.08PCT FROM FEOERAL FUNDS. 



1980-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED Br SOURCE 



LfA ADM STATE 

RFD SPRINGS CITY 1.838 

SAIARIFS 2.054. 169 

FmpldvEE qENCFITS 425.806 

PURCHASED SERVICES 71.641 

SOPITES £ MATERIALS 104.695 

INSTRUCTIONAL FOJTP. 52.239 

T1THFR OBJECTS 190 

T:)TAL 2.688.740 

PFRCFNT CF TOTAL 68.2 



FEDERAL 


121 


594 


74 


913 


31 


546 


} : 2 


264 


5 


117 


16 


782 


6! 1 


.637 




6.5 







....... 


•«» PER 


PUPIL EXPENDITURE 
















PERCFNT 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


OF TOTAL 


274.716 


2.650.479 


HIT. 61 


174.97 


149.4 6 


1.442.04 


67.2 


67,231 


567.871 


231.67 


40.71 


36.58 


309.96 


14. 5 


80.563 


183.251 


33.98 


16.89 


43.83 


99.70 


4.6 


152.025 


458,985 


56.96 


110.35 


82.71 


249.72 


LI. 6 


5.494 


42.849 


17.54 


2.78 


2.99 


23.31 


'.. 1 


22.840 


39,812 


.10 


9.13 


12.43 


21.66 


I. 


602.870 


3.943.247 


1462.86 


354.53 


328.00 


2,145.39 


no. o 


IS. 3 


100.0 













11-221 



Saint Pauls 

Dr. Thomas F. Paquin, Supt. 

P. 0. Box 287 

St. Pauls, N. C. 28384 

2 Elementary Schools 
1 Secondary School 

4th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 





1983-84 


































UNIT 


FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


785 


ENROLL 


131 


142 


122 


120 


120 


122 


126 


137 


136 


152 


116 


104 


93 


8 




162"; 


785 


AOM 


124 


139 


119 


117 


123 


124 


120 


134 


135 


146 


111 


97 


88 


8 




1584 


785 


ADA 


117 


132 


115 


113 


119 


119 


116 


128 


128 


137 


102 


89 


82 


7 




1504 


785 


HLQ 


124 


142 


122 


117 


125 


125 


118 


131 


132 


145 


108 


93 


"5 


8 




1575 


785 


PROM 


113 


134 


120 


109 


123 


125 


112 


129 


126 


98 


79 


75 


83 


8 




1434 


79 5 


N-P 
1984-85 


11 


8 


2 


8 


2 




6 


2 


6 


47 


29 


18 


2 






141 


UNIT 


FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 




























8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTA 


785 
785 
785 


ENROLL 

AOM 

AOA 


128 
126 
122 


125 

124 
120 


136 
134 

130 


124 
124 
121 


115 
115 
112 


119 
116 
114 


130 

128 
123 


114 
113 

109 


130 
128 
124 


159 
152 
142 


132 

129 
121 


94 
92 

85 


94 
93 
87 


7 
7 
7 




140 
158 
151 



1963-64 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



785 SUNT PAULS CITY 





AMERICA 






INOIAN 


PUBLIC SR. 


INST NC 





PU'ILIC SR. 


OUT-STATE 





TOTAL 







PRIVATE SR 


INST NC 





PRIVATE SR 


OJTSTATE 





TOTAL 








COtH COLL. TECH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

TKAUE, BUSINESS NC 
TRADE, BUSI CUTSTATE 
TUTAL 

MILITARY 

EMPLOYMENT 

OTHERS •« 

GRMiO TOTAL ««• 





TOTAL 


NUMBER 


PERCENT 


22 


25.3 


23 


28.0 


1 


1.2 





.0.0 


1 


1.2 


6 


7.3 


1 


1.2 


7 


8.5 





0.0 





0.0 





0.0 





0.0 





0.0 





0.0 


9 


11.0 


41 


50.0 


1 


1.2 


B2 


100.0 



11-222 



St. Pauls 



1984-85 Public School Personnel Summery 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT SOURCE OF FUNOS SEX RACE/ETHNIC ORIGlr 

CLASSIFICATION STATE FEDERAL LOCAL VX AT TOTAL MALE FEMALE WH|TF BLACK OTf 

n FFlC IAL.ADMS..WGRS. 5 1 6 3 3 5 

PRINCIPALS 3 3 3 2 1 

ASST PRINC. TEACHING 

ASST PRINC.NONTEACHING 2 2 2 11 

ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 41 1 42 5 37 27 13 

SECONDARY TEACHERS 15 fl 23 9 14 19 4 

OTHER TEACHERS 8 8 16 1 15 1) 6 

GUIDANCE 2 2 1111 

PSYCHOLOGICAL 

I IBRARIAN. AUDIOVISUAL 3 1 4 4 3 1 

CONSULT ANT. SUPER VISOR 

OTHFR PROFESSIONAL 11 2 1111 

TEACHER AIDES 20 2 1 23 1 21 12 9 

TECHNICIANS 

CI EPICAL. SECRFTAR IAL 3 13 7 7*1 

SERVICE HCPX^RS 8 19 27 8 19 12 1? 

SK II I ED CRAFTS 

L ABI1RERS.UNSK ILLEO 

TOTAL 111 13 24 9 157 34 123 99 50 



VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE. 
22. 64PCT FROM LOCAL. AND 10.08PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1980-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE ...»*.»,«» p ER PUPIL EXPENDITURE 





F INAL 




LEA 


ADM 


STATE 


INT PAULS CITY 


1. 584 




SAl 4RIFS 




1.728.820 


FMPLHYFF BFNFFITS 




353.318 


PURCHASED SFRVICES 




52.007 


SUP"LIFS £ "ATFRIALS 




87. 865 


INSTRUCTIriNAI FOlltP. 




36. 190 


OTHFH OBJECTS 




562 


TOTAL 




2.258. 762 


FPCFNT CF TPTAI 




68.0 



FEDERAL 


301 


444 


72 


"91 


14 


458 


123 


996 


7 


134 


1 1 


^55 


537 


489 




6.2 



LOCAL 


TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


PERCENT 
OF TOTAL 


208.223 


2.238,487 


1091.43 


190.31 


131.45 


1.413.19 


67.4 


48.810 


475,020 


223.05 


46.02 


30.81 


299.88 


14. 3 


135.447 


201,912 


32.83 


9.13 


85.51 


127.47 


6. 1 


101.402 


3 13.263 


55.47 


78.28 


64.02 


197.77 


9. 4 


13.487 


56,810 


22.85 


4.50 


8.51 


35.86 


1. 7 


18.576 


36,703 


.35 


11.09 


11.73 


23.17 


1. 1 


525.944 


3.322.195 


1425.98 


339.33 


332.03 


2.097.34 


100.0 


1 5. 8 


100.0 













11-223 



ROCKINGHAM 

Dr. Richard H. Schultz, Supt, 

Box 8 

Wentworth, N. C. 27375 

6 Elementary Schools 
1 Secondary School 

5th Education District 



1983-84 
UNIT FINAL 

790 ENROLL 

790 ADM 

790 ADA 

790 MLD 

790 PROM 

790 N-P 

1984-85 
UNIT FIRST MO 

790 ENROLL 
790 ADM 
790 ADA 




Pupil Accounting 



10 



11 



380 



304 371 329 353 

292 354 328 348 366 

334 312 332 350 350 
352 



269 

290 

281 

9 



348 325 



369 411 

367 403 

385 



363 



320 314 339 345 
28 11 13 Id 



4 



368 

358 

10 



439 
429 
406 
409 426 
405 418 



377 478 

374 43 5 

350 410 

377 407 



332 



332 340 
369 333 296 301 
8 74 36 39 



8 



10 



11 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



372 384 278 
350 350 277 
339 263 



273 

2/3 

5 



254 242 281 259 290 297 261 307 325 355 289 ?61 ?"<i 

111 Itl Ml III Z8S 29? 2b ° 306 325 '" 286 259 "J 
219 234 270 247 278 285 250 294 311 329 276 250 223 



20 
19 
17 

19 
19 



39 
40 
37 
'.3 
43 



16 
15 
14 



4904 
47 40 
4486 
4677 
4414 
263 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



37 3705 
37 3672 
35 3515 



1983-64 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



790 ROCKINGHAM COUNTY 



PUFLIC SR. INST NC 
PUBLIC SR. GUT-STATE 
TUTAL 

PRIVATE SR. IriST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OUTSTaTE 
TOIAL 

CL-M COLL, TECH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

TRADE, BUSINESS NC 
TJAOE, BUSI OUTSTATE 
TU T AL 

MIL ITARY 

EMPLOYMENT 



GKA'O TOTAL 





TOTAL 


NUMBER 


PERCENT 


«0 


13.9 





0.0 


*0 


13.9 


e 


2.8 


6 


2.1 


I* 


<t.9 


97 


33.3 





0.0 


97 


33.8 





o.o 





0.0 





0.0 


5 


1 .7 


1 


0.3 


6 


2.1 


22 


7.7 


98 


3<..l 


10 


3.5 


287 


100.0 



• Ii.rLUOrs HISPA'IICS, ALASKAN NATIVES, AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 

• MUCLUUES INFORMATION NOT AVAILABLE, MARRIED, tTC. 



11-224 



Rockingham 



1984-85 Public School Personnel Summory 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT 




SOURCE OF FUNDS 






5EX 


RACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 


CLASS 1FICATI0N 


STATE 


FEDERAL ICCAL 


VOCAT 


TOTAL 


MALE FEMALE 


WHITE BLACK OTHCR 



OFFICIAL ,ADMS.,MCR S. 
PRINCIPALS 
ASST POINC. TEACHING 
ASST PRINC.NONTEACH1NG 
ELEMENTARY TEACHFRS 
SFCONDARY TEACHERS 
OTHER TFACHERS 
GUIDANCE 
PSYCHOLOGICAL 
L I<3RARIAN.AU0I0V ISUAL 
CONSULT ANT. SUPER VISOR 
OTHE* PROFESSIONAL 
TEACHER AIDES 
TECHNICIANS 
CLERICAL. SECRETARIAL 
SERVICE WORKERS 
SKILI ED CRAFTS . 
LABORERS .UNSKILLED 
TOTAL 



VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE. 
??.64PCT FROM LOCAL. AND 10.08PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1983-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 

AMOUNT'; EXPENOED fW SOURCE .......... p E q Pu p a EXPENDITURE 

FINAI 

LE« 4QM STATE 

ancKiNr.HAM rniiNTY 4.740 

SAI SRIFS 5.199.350 

FMPLOVFF RFNFFITS L. 111,490 

PURCHASED SERVICFS 199.249 

SUPPLIES C MATERIALS 363.451 

INSTRUCTIONAL FOUIP. 159.271 

OTHFR OBJECTS 610 

TOTAL 7.013.422 

PFRC.FNT OF TOTAL 67.9 



FEOERAl 


LOCAL 




TOTAL 


STATE 


FEOERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


PERCENT 
OF TOTAL 


577.349 


1, 159.784 


b 


.926.483 


1094.80 


121.80 


244.69 


1,461.28 


57.0 


135.545 


248.545 


1 


.495.580 


234.49 


28.60 


52.44 


315.53 


14. 5 


13,937 


395.173 




598.360 


39.9 3 


2.94 


83.37 


126.24 


5. 8 


217.079 


465.845 


1 


.046,376 


76.68 


45.80 


98.28 


220.76 


10. 1 


42.894 


8,544 




210,709 


33.60 


9.05 


1.80 


44.45 


2.0 


72 


58.072 




58,754 


. 13 


.02 


12.25 


12.40 


.6 


986.876 


2.335.963 


10 


336,262 


1479.63 


208.21 


492.82 


2,180.66 


100.0 


9.5 


.'2.6 




100.0 













11-225 



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 



1993-84 
UNIT FINAL 

791 ENROLL 

791 ADM 

791 ADA 

791 MLO 

791 PROM 

791 N-P 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



298 338 346 301 339 328 366 376 409 387 341 355 310 

293 331 334 296 329 323 357 368 384 364 324 336 302 

269 310 317 281 315 310 341 343 353 337 304 308 282 

293 335 334 296 332 324 356 366 376 356 310 314 295 

276 306 312 231 329 315 344 306 342 299 297 301 280 

17 29 22 15 3 9 12 60 34 57 13 13 15 



19 


43 


4556 


18 


41 


4400 


15 


36 


4121 


19 


41 


43 47 


4 


30 


4022 


15 


11 


325 



1984-85 
UNIT FIRST MO 

791 ENROLL 

791 AOM 
791 ADA 



8 



10 



11 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



299 309 323 333 287 339 333 366 364 376 339 310 300 
296 307 322 330 285 337 331 364 360 367 337 308 297 
286 295 312 323 278 327 325 351 343 353 327 293 285 



16 


50 


4344 


15 


49 


4305 


13 


45 


4156 



1 963-64 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



791 EDEN CITY 








MALE 










FEMALE 








TOTAL 




A 


MERICAN 
INOIAN 


BLACK 


WHITE 


OTHER* 


TOTAL 


AMERICAN 

INOIAN 


BLACK 


WHITE 


OTHER* 


TOTAL 


NUMBER 


PERCENT 


PUBLIC SR. INST NC 
PUoLlC SR. U'JT-STATE 
TOTAL 








5 

5 


21 
2 
23 








26 
2 

28 








7 


7 


25 

1 

26 







32 

1 
33 


53 
3 
61 


20.9 
1.1 

21.9 


PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 








1 




1 

5 







5 
1 
6 








3 

1 


5 

1 
6 








3 
2 
10 


13 
3 
16 


*.7 
1.1 
5.8 


C'J"M COLL, TECH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 












27 

27 







31 


31 







2 



2 


4<. 









<t6 



77 



77 


27.7 

0.0 

27.7 


PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRI VATE JR. OJTSTATE 
TOTAL 








1 



1 













1 


1 












2 









2 

2 


3 


3 


1.1 
0.0 
1.1 


TRAOE. BUSINESS 
TRiOE, HUSI OUT ST 
TOTAL 


NC 

ATE 






































2 
1 
3 







2 
1 
3 


2 

1 
3 


0.7 
0.<. 
1.1 


MIL ITARY 







13 


12 





25 





<f 


2 





6 


31 


11.2 


EMPLOYMENT 







10 


29 





38 





8 


37 





*5 


83 


29.9 


OTHtRS •• 










3 





3 





1 








1 


* 


1 .<• 


GRAND TOTAL ••• 







3<. 


99 





132 





26 


120 





1<.6 


278 


100.0 



11-226 



Eden 



1984-85 Public School Personnel Summory 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT SOURCE OF FUNDS SEX RACE/ETHNIC dlGI" 

CLASSIFICATION STATE FEDERAL LOCAL VOCAT TOTAL MALE FEMALE WHITE BLACK UT^ 

OFFICIAL .ACMS..MGRS. 4 116*251 

PRINCIPALS 8 8 8 7 1 

ASST PRINC. TEACHING 

ASST PRINC. NONTEACHING 5 5 5 4 1 

FLE« C NTARV TEACHERS 129 1* 7 150 20 130 130 20 

SECONDARY TEACHERS 4 7 8 22 77 36 4 1 70 7 

OTHER TEACHERS 3 1 4 3 1 4 

GUIDANCE 4 12 7 3 4 6 1 

PSYCHOLOGICAL 11 2 2 2 

I I.RRARIAN. AUDIOVISUAL 8 1 9 9 7 2 

CONSULTANT. SUPERVISOR 2 2 2 2 

OTHER PROFESSIONAL 

TEACHER AIOES 53 3 2 59 1 57 49 9 

TECHNICIANS 

CLER ICAL .SECRETARIAL 10 11 21 21 19 

SERVICE WORKERS 14 60 74 14 60 54 20 

SKIILEO CRAFTS 1 5 6 6 6 

I A3DRERS ,UNSK ILLEO 

MTAL 289 15 98 27 429 100 329 365 64 

* VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.23PCT FROM STATE, 
22.64RCT FROM LOCAL. AND 10.08PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1980-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED RY SOURCE .......... PER PUPIL EXPENDITURE 



L r . ■ 


FINAL 
AOM 


STATE 


FEOEPAL 


LOCAL 




TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


PERCENT 
OF TOTAL 


FOEN CITY 


4.400 






















SA1 ARIES 




4.877.422 


392.748 


1.244,658 


6 


514,829 


1108.51 


89.26 


2 82.3 3 


1,480.65 


70.6 


FkPI riYF.F nFNEFITS 




1.008.770 


83.527 


258.809 


1 


356,106 


229.27 


20.12 


58.82 


308.21 


14.6 


PIPTHASEO SFRVtrFS 




159.522 


10.486 


139.501 




359,508 


36.25 


Z.3B 


43.07 


81.70 


5. 1 


SIIPPLIFS t "ATFRIALS 




244.216 


132.835 


431 .893 




808.949 


55.50 


30.19 


98.16 


183.85. 


8. = 


!\ST-"J r I ION JL FOUI". 




64.S53 


11.591 


18.912 




95,457 


14.76 


2.63 


4.30 


21.69 


1.0 


tthfo o^iects 




77 


21.206 


76.876 




98.158 


.02 


4.82 


17.47 


22.31 


I. 1 


TOT.M 




6.354.960 


657.392 


2.220.655 


o 


.233.007 


1444.31 


149.40 


504.70 


2.098.41 


100. 


PFRCFNT DF TOTAL 




68.8 


7 . 1 


2-. 1 




100.0 













11-227 



Western Rockingham 

Charles J. Slemenda, Supt. 
306 W. Decatur St. 
Madison, N. C. 27025 

5 Elementary Schools 
1 Secondary School 
1 Combined School 

5th Education District 



1983-84 
UNIT FINAL 




Pupil Accounting 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



792 ENROLL 

792 AOM 

792 ADA 

792 MLO 

792 PROM 

792 N-P 



195 
183 
197 
190 

7 



193 208 212 210 231 257 232 258 226 207 149 



183 
174 
184 
172 
12 



187 
173 
186 
179 

7 



203 
195 
205 
199 
6 



205 
195 
210 
203 

7 



2 07 
198 
209 
209 



227 
216 
231 
227 

4 



252 
239 
251 
224 
27 



228 
215 
228 
205 
23 



241 
227 
234 
201 
33 



213 
204 
207 
196 
11 



195 
188 
188 
176 
12 



146 
141 
145 
141 

4 



10 

8 

10 

10 



2781 
2692 
2561 
2685 
2532 
153 



1984-85 
UNIT FIRST MO 



1 



B 



10 



11 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAl 



792 ENROLL 237 275 251 262 284 276 310 347 360 347 312 275 263 
792 AOM 236 274 250 261 282 273 307 345 358 346 310 273 264 
792 ADA 230 266 243 257 273 265 295 331 344 333 299 260 256 



11 


15 


3B2f 


11 


15 


380f 


10 


15 


367T 



A 963-84 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



792 WESTERN RCCKINGHAM 



PUBLIC SR. INST NC 
PUPLIC S°. OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE SR. I\ST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

CO"M CCLL. T^CH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TOIAL 

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

TRAOE, BUSINESS NC 

TRAOEt SUSI OUTSTATE 
TUIAL 

MILITARY 

EMPLOYMENT 

OTHERS •• 

CRAND TOTAL »»« 





TOTAL 


NUMBER 


PERCENT 


30 


20.5 


1 


0.7 


31 


21.2 


5 


3."- 


1 


.0.7 


6 


t.I 


<>6 


31.5 





0.0 


<r6 


31.5 


2 


1.4 


I 


0.7 


3 


2.1 


1 


n.7 





0.0 


1 


0.7 


4 


2.7 


55 


37.7 





0.0 


1<>6 


100.0 



11-228 



Western Rockingham 



1984-65 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT SOURCE OF FUNDS SEX RACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 

CLASSIFICATION STATE FEDERAL LOCAL VOC AT TOTAL MALE FEMALE WHITE BLACK TH 

OFFICIAL .AGMS..MGR S. 4 \ \ 6 4 2 A 

PRINCIPALS 7 7 5 2 6 1 

ASST PRINC. TEACHING 2 2 112 

ASST PRINC, NONTEACHING I 111 

TLEM^NTARY TEACHERS 100 1 2 103 13 90 83 20 

SECONDARY TEACHERS 44 3 14 61 24 37 S3 8 

nTHER TEACHERS 24 9 1 34 1 33 31 3 

GUIDANCE 3 14 2 2 4 

PSYCHOLOGICAL 2 2 2 11 

I IBRARIAN. AUDIOVISUAL 7 7 7 6 1 

CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 2 2 1111 

OTHER PROFESSIONAL 

TEACHER AIDES 41 1 9 2 53 53 43 5 

TECHNICIANS 1 1 2 2 2 

CLERICAL .SECRETARIAL 10 1 7 18 18 13 5 

SERVICE WORKERS 19 40 59 12 47 38 21 

SKILLED CRAFTS 5 5 5 5 

LABORERS. UNSKILLED 

TOTAL 265 13 68 20 366 69 297 300 66 

» VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE. 
22.64PCT FROM LOCAL. AND 10.08PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1963-64 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 







AMOUNTS EXPENDED 


9Y SOURCE 










PUPIL E 


(PENOITURE 






FINAL 
ADM 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


PERCENT 
OF TOTAL 




2.692 




















SAI AP IFS 




2.901.894 


338.154 


641.587 


3.381.635 


1077.97 


125.61 


238.33 


1.441.91 


66.; 


FXKLOYFF RFNEFITS 




590. 182 


75.127 


139,573 


804,882 


219.24 


27.91 


51.85 


299.00 


13.9 


PUPCHASED SERVICES 




35.054 


23,752 


222.729 


281,536 


13.02 


B.82 


82.74 


104.58 


<.. 3 


SUPPLtFS E MATERIALS 




232.078 


117,610 


326.222 


675,910 


86.21 


43.69 


121.18 


251.08 


11.6 


INSTRUCTIONAL FOUIP. 




57.934 


37.818 


20.804 


116,556 


21.52 


14.05 


7.7 3 


43.30 


2.0 


OTHFR OBJECTS 




6.361 


19. 122 


47.224 


72,708 


2 ,36 


7.10 


17.54 


27.00 


1.2 


THTAl 




3.823.501 


611.583 


1.398, 140 


5,833,227 


1420.32 


227.18 


519.37 


2,166.87 


100.0 


FT.FNT OF TOTAL 




65.5 


10.5 


24.0 


100.0 













11-229 



Reidsville 

James H. Hardy, Supt. 
920 Johnson St. 
Reidsville, N. C. 27320 

6 Elementary Schools 
1 Secondary School 
1 Combined School 

5th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 





1983-8* 


































UNIT 


FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


793 
793 
793 


ENROLL 

ADM 

ADA 


287 
252 
235 


311 
325 
304 


287 
280 
266 


297 
238 
276 


309 
301 
285 


293 
292 
277 


340 
330 
311 


329 
320 
301 


340 
329 
300 


322 
316 
289 


339 
316 
290 


308 
293 
2 74 


313 
302 
278 


18 
18 
16 


17 
16 


4115 
3978 
3717 
39 30 
3631 
299 


793 
793 


MLD 

PROM 

N-P 


252 

240 

12 


327 

285 

42 


280 

251 

29 


286 

277 

9 


300 
298 

2 


287 
2 87 


324 
316 

8 


318 

311 

7 


325 

281 

44 


314 

295 

19 


300 

254 

46 


2 87 
227 

60 


294 

273 

21 


20 
20 


16 
16 




1984-85 


































UNIT 


FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


793 
793 
793 


ENROLL 

AOM 

ADA 


272 

258 
251 


283 
292 
283 


310 

308 
301 


262 
258 
252 


277 
2 72 
265 


296 

294 
287 


307 
306 
295 


336 

332 
320 


344 
342 
324 


293 
291 
277 


343 

340 
321 


271 
267 
250 


283 

282 
265 


19 

18 
18 


17 
18 
15 


3913 

3878 
3724 



1983-84 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



7Y3 KcIDSVIllE CITY 



PUBLIC SR. INST NC 
PUBLIC SR. OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE SR. If.ST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OuTSTATE 
TUTal 

CIPM COLL. TECH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TUTAL 

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OJTSTATE 
TUTAL 

TRADE. BUSINESS NC 
TRADE. HUSI OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

MILITARY 

EMPLOYMENT 

OTHERS «* 

GRAND TOTAL «•■> 



20.2 

0.<. 

20.6 

6.5 
0.7 
7.2 

28.9 
0.0 
28.9 

0.0 
0.0 
0.0 



13.0 
2".. 5 



11-230 



Reidsville 



1984-65 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT 




SOURCE 


OF FUNDS 




SEK 


RACE/ETHNIC 


">. IG In 


CI ASS IF1CATI0-1 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LCCAL VIC AT 


TOTAL 


MALE FEMALE 


WHirt BLACK 


OTnr R 



OFFICIAL .ADMS..MGRS. 
PRINCIPALS 
ASST PRINC. TEACHING 
ASST PRINC, NONTEACHING 
ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 
SFCONDARY TEACHFRS 
OTHER TEACHERS 
GUIDANCE 
PSYCHOLOGICAL 
L I BR ARIA N. AUDIOVISUAL 
CONSULT A NT. SUPER VISOR 
OTHFR PROFESSIONAL 
TFACHER AIDES 
TECHNICIANS 
CLERICAL. SECRETARIAL 
SERVICE WORKERS 
SKILLED CRAFTS . 
L ABOPERS.UNSKILL EO 
TOTAL 



22 380 



VOCATIONAL TEACHFRS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE. 
22.64PCT FROM LOCAL. AND 10.08PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNOS. 



1983-64 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE 





FINAL 






L r .* 


ADM 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


REI3SVILI E CITY 


3.978 






SAI A<M FS 




4.435.2*3 


541.076 


FMPLDYFF BENEFITS 




909.530 


121 .370 


PURCHASED SFRVICFS 




129.234 


19.247 


SIIPPIIFS I MATFRIALS 




233. BS8 


319.031 


INSTRUCTIONAL FO:j[». 




72.732 


11 .540 


fUHFR OBJECTS 




in 


38.416 


TMTAL 




5.780.663 


1.050,679 


PERCENT nF TOTAL 




63.5 


11.5 







....... 


•»* PER 


PUPIL EXPENDITURE 
















PERCENT 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


OF TOTAL 


123.688 


6,100.006 


1114.94 


136.02 


282.48 


1,533.44 


4,7, 


236.866 


1.267.765 


228.64 


30.51 


59.54 


318.69 


13.8 


359.867 


508.347 


32.49 


4.84 


90.46 


127.79 


5.6 


482.1 54 


1.035.072 


58.80 


80.20 


121.21 


260.21 


11.4 


2.874 


87,146 


18.28 


2.90 


, 72 


21.90 


1.0 


73.316 


1 11 .769 


.01 


9.66 


18.43 


28.10 


1.2 


278. 764 


9.110.106 


1453.16 


264.13 


572.84 


2.290.13 


100.0 


,'5.3 


100.0 













11-231 



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 



1983-8* 
UNIT FINAL 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



800 ENROLL 987 1056 899 991 1012 975 1162 1258 1233 1195 1187 907 881 

800 ADM 957 1036 886 955 993 963 1151 1223 1207 1123 112* 873 861 

800 ADA 895 982 8*6 91* 9*8 92* 1102 1155 11*2 105* 1061 82* 810 

800 MLD 962 1036 890 9*8 991 971 1152 1200 1185 1068 1057 8*8 8*6 

800 PROM 9*1 988 875 932 982 957 11*0 1116 1125 961 871 797 821 

800 N-P 21 *8 15 16 9 1* 12 8* 60 107 186 51 25 



16 
15 

16 
16 



*1 13801 



*0 
39 
*1 
*1 



13*08 
12711 
13211 
12563 
6*8 



198*-85 
UNIT FIRST MO 



800 ENROLL 
800 AOM 
800 ADA 



1020 1032 1033 

1012 1027 1028 

980 1003 1005 



900 


978 


993 


89* 


97* 


980 


872 


9*8 


953 



10 



11 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



973 1203 1197 12*8 1122 925 86* 23 38 135*9 
968 1198 1189 1239 111* 92? 858 23 39 13*65 
9** 1161 11*3 1193 1070 888 835 22 38 13055 



1980-84 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



800 ROMAN COUNTY 



TOTAL 
NUMBER PERCENT 



PUBLIC SR. INST NC 
PU"LIC SR. OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. DUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

CC"M COLLt TECH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OuTSTATE 
TUTal 

TRAJE, BUSINESS NC 
TRAOC. BUSI nuTSTATE 
TOTAL 

MILITARY 

EMPLOYMENT 

OTHtRS oo 

GRAND TUTAL ••• 



121 


121 



109 


198 


24.0 


1 


5 


0.6 


110 


203 


24.6 


46 


73 


8.3 


3 


4 


0.5 


49 


77 


9.3 


136 


230 


27.9 








0.0 


136 


230 


27.9 


2 


6 


0.7 








0.0 


z 


6 


0.7 


45 


53 


6.4 


4 


5 


0.'. 


49 


58 


7.0 


5 


55 


6.7 


74 


167 


20.2 


23 


29 


3.5 


448 


825 


100.0 



11-232 



Rowan 



1984-85 Public School Personnel Summery 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT SOURCE OF FUNDS SEX RACE/ETHNIC CRIGIN 

CI 4SS IT IC4TI0N STATE FEDERAL LOCAL VOCAT TOTAL MALE FEMALE WHITE BLACK OTH=R 

OFFICIAL, ADMS..MGRS. 3 1 4 4 4 

PRINCIPALS 23 23 21 2 21 2 

ASST PRINC. TEACHING 2 2 2 2 

SSST PRINC. NONTEACHING 13 2 15 11 4 15 

ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 384 19 34 437 50 387 375 61 1 

SECONDARY TEACHERS 172 4 24 53 253 99 154 2 32 20 1 

OTHER TEACHERS 9 6 6 21 1 20 20 1 

r.'JIDANCE 15 4 19 7 12 16 3 

PSYCHOLOGICAL 2 12 5 14 5 

L IBRARIAN. AUDIOVISUAL 23 23 3 20 22 1 

CONSULTANT-SUPERVISOR 4 3 1 8 4 4 e 

CTHER PROFESSIONAL 113 5 5 4 1 

TFACHER AIDES 174 4 13 191 191 174 17 

TECHNICIANS 

CLER ICAL. SECRETARIAL 31 1 19 51 1 50 49 2 

SFRVICE WORKERS 69 134 203 32 171 16H 35 

SKILLED CRAFTS 14 16 30 30 3D 

L ABORERS. UNSKILLED 5 5 5 3 2 

TOTAL 939 36 262 58 1295 269 1026 1148 145 2 



• VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.29PCT FROM STATE. 
22. 64PCT FROM LOCAL, AND 10.03PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1983-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 

AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE .......... p eR PU pi L EXPENDITURE 



LEA 


ADM 




STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 




TOTAL 


STATE 


FEOERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


PERCENT 
OF TOTAL 


ROWAN COUNTY 


1 3.408 
























SAI AOIFS 




14 


381,938 


1, 157,480 


2.974.484 


18 


,513,902 


1072.64 


86.3 3 


221.84 


1,380.81 


65.2 


FMPLOYFF BENEFITS 




3 


013. 136 


268.147 


749. 133 


4 


.030.416 


224.73 


20.00 


55.87 


300.60 


14.2 


PURCHASED SFRVICFS 






382.86 9 


56.206 


466.055 




905,130 


28.56 


4.19 


34.76 


67.51 


3.2 


SUPPIIFS L MATFBIAI 






888.234 


881.191 


2.699.778 


4 


469,174 


66.24 


65.72 


201.36 


333.32 


15. 7 


INSTRIIC T TONAL FQUtP 






225.068 


1 07,980 


38.041 




371,089 


16.79 


5.05 


2.1'. 


27.68 


1. 3 


nTHFR OBJECTS 






1.858 


a 62 


100.028 




102,748 


. 14 


. 36 


r.46 


7.66 


.4 


TOTAL 




13 


893. 074 


2,471 ,866 


7.027,519 


28 


392,459 


1409.10 


184.35 


524.13 


2,1 17.58 


100.0 


PFRC.FNT OF TOTAL 






66.5 


H. 1 


24.8 




100.0 













11-233 



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 



1983-84 
UNIT FINAL 



801 
801 
801 
801 
801 
801 



ENROLL 

AOM 

AOA 

MLO 

PROM 

N-P 



177 
167 
153 
165 
165 



1984-85 
UNIT FIRST HO 

801 ENROLL 
801 ADM 
801 AOA 



163 
163 
153 
168 
162 
6 



142 
139 
131 
138 
136 
2 



167 
167 
157 
170 
168 
2 



166 
160 
153 
164 
159 
5 



175 
166 
158 
166 
164 
2 



196 
195 
186 
195 
189 
6 



2 55 
247 
232 
241 
224 
17 



8 

239 
227 
214 
226 
213 
13 



8 



230 
213 
200 
209 
143 
61 



10 

197 
137 
176 
182 
142 
40 



10 



11 

196 
185 
176 
175 
155 
20 



11 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



159 
154 
144 
153 
139 
14 



62 
63 
58 
65 
65 



2524 
2433 
2291 
2417 
2229 
188 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 

163 181 164 141 177 161 178 217 245 266 204 150 162 60 4 2473 

160 179 165 141 175 160 177 216 243 263 202 149 161 60 4 2455 

154 173 161 137 169 156 172 210 235 254 195 145 157 57 4 2379 



801 SALISBURY CITY 



1983-84 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



PIP.LIC SR. !NST NC 
PUBLIC SR. OUT-STATE 

ror„L 

PkWATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SK. OoTSTaTE 
TOTAL 

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

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

TRADE, BUSI':ESS NC 
TkAOE, SJSI OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

MIL ITARY 

EMPLOY-CUT 

OTHfRS 0» 

GRANO TOTAL oo» 



35.3 
0.0 
15.3 

15.5 
.2.0 
17.6 

21.6 
0.0 
31.6 

3.4 
0.0 
3.4 

2.0 
0.7 

2.7 

6.5 

9.5 

2.7 

100.0 



• INCLUDES HISPANICS. ALASKAN NATIVES, AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANOERS 

• OIllCLUUfS INFnRMATION NOT AVAILAULE. MARRIED, ETC. 



11-234 



Salisbury 



1984-65 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



4CTIVITV ASSIGNMENT 




SOURCE 


OF FUNUS 






St < 


RACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 


<"L ASSIFICATION 


ST4TE 


FEDERAL 


LCCAL 


VOCAT 


TOTAL 


MALE FEMALE 


WHITE BLACK QTH=R 



OFFICIAL. ADMS.,Mr,RS. 
PRINCIPALS 
«SST PRINC. TEACHING 
ASST P3 [NC.NONTEACHING 
FLEMFNTARY TEACHERS 
SECONOARY TEACHERS 
OTHER TCACHE'S 
GUIDANCE 
PSYCHOLOGICAL 
I IFIRARIAN. AUDIOVISUAL 
CONSULTANT, SUPER VISOR 
PTHF° PROFESSIONAL 
TFACHER AIDES 
TFCHNICI 4NS 
CLERICAL .SECRETARIAL 
SERVICE WORKERS 
SKIH FD CRAFTS 
I ABORFRS. UNSKILLED 
TOTAL 



VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE. 
??.64PCT FRCM LOCAL. AND 10.08PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1983-64 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 







AMOUNTS EXPENDEO 


BY SOURCE 






....... 


... PER 


PUPIL E> 


PENDITURE 


....... 


i F t 


F IN4L 
AOM 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


PERCENT 
OF TOTAL 


Al ISRURY CITY 


2.433 




















SAL ARIFS 




2.886. 136 


497,047 


1.071.421 


4.454.604 


1186.25 


204.29 


440.3 7 


1,830.91 


19. 9 


FHPI riYFF PIFNFF ! TS 




596.824 


106.166 


235.782 


938.772 


245.30 


43.64 


96.9 1 


385.85 


14.1 


PtlRCHASFD SFRVICFS 




87.299 


17.090 


128.954 


233,343 


35.88 


T.02 


53.00 


95.90 


3.7 


SUPPl 1 FS L «i T F81 51 




112.°60 


207,336 


329.034 


648,638 


46.14 


85.22 


135.24 


266.60 


10.2 


INST0.UCTI0N4! FOIIIP 




20.590 


19,921 


6.091 


46,502 


8.46 


B.15 


2.50 


19.11 


.7 


OTHFD OBJECTS 




"i j 


15,568 


45,835 


61,932 


.22 


6.40 


18.84 


25.46 


1. 


TOTAL 




3.703.647 


863.027 


1,817.117 


6,383,791 


1522.25 


354.72 


746.86 


2,623.83 


100.0 


PFRCFNT OF TOTA1 






13.5 


?8.5 


100.0 













11-235 



RUTHERFORD 

Dr. Douglas L. Pearson, Supt. 
219 Fairground Road 
Spindale, N. C. 28160 

22 Elementary Schools 
3 Secondary Schools 

8th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 





1993-84 


































UNIT FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


810 


ENROLL 


771 


365 


781 


787 


835 


851 


850 


871 


869 


1016 


832 


698 


620 


58 


15 


107 19 


810 


ADM 


750 


347 


766 


768 


819 


829 


837 


863 


854 


956 


792 


678 


608 


54 


17 


10438 


810 


ADA 


693 


797 


723 


732 


778 


788 


788 


813 


799 


e70 


736 


635 


568 


48 


16 


9784 


810 


MLD 


751 


846 


756 


770 


815 


827 


838 


859 


850 


920 


760 


660 


590 


53 


18 


10313 


810 


PROM 


714 


752 


730 


761 


802 


817 


829 


846 


846 


761 


704 


644 


577 


53 


17 


9853 


810 


N-P 
1984-85 


37 


94 


26 


9 


13 


10 


9 


13 


4 


159 


56 


16 


13 




1 


460 


UNIT 


FIRST HO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


810 


ENROLL 


802 


820 


777 


747 


789 


826 


822 


855 


857 


969 


817 


699 


671 


53 


14 


10518 


810 


AOH 


795 


821 


775 


742 


782 


823 


817 


853 


851 


958 


812 


697 


667 


52 


15 


10460 


810 


ADA 


774 


797 


758 


724 


761 


800 


792 


827 


820 


907 


779 


666 


633 


50 


15 


10103 



1963-64 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 






a 10 RUTHERFORD COUNTY 



MALE 
WHITE 



FEMALE 
WHITE 



TOTAL 
NUMBER PERCENT 



PU°LK SR. INST NC 
PUBLIC SR. OUT-STATE 
TCTAL 

PRIVATE SR. IMST ' NC 
PRIVATE SR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

CO-M CCLLt TECH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

TRAUE, BUSINESS NC 
TRAOE. WJSI OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

MILITARY 

EMPLOYMENT 

OTHERS e« 

GRANO TOTAL ••• 



LO*. 

1 







1 04 

2 


10S 





111 



123 

3 

126 



150 


259 


<> 


b 


15* 


265 



0.7 
0.0 
0.7 



4.«. 
100.0 



• lUClUDrS H1SPAN1CS. ALASKAN NATIVfS. AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANOERS 

• »IUCLUUIS irtt-UKMAI llin NUT AVA1LAUII, '1AKRILD, ITC. 



11-236 



Rutherford 



1984-85 Public School Personnel Summary 



(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT 



SOURCE OF FUNDS 



RACE/ETHNIC r". IGI" 



CLASS IFICATION 



STATE FEDERAL LOCAL 



MALE FEMALE WHITE 



OFFICIAL .ADMS..MGRS. 
PRINCIPALS 
ASST PRINC. TEACHING 
ASST PRINC. NONTEACHING 
ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 
SECONDARY TEACHERS 
OTHFP TEACHERS 
GUIDANCE 
PSYCHOLOGICAL 
L IBRARIAN, AUDIOVISUAL 
CONSULT ANT. SUPER VISOR 
OTHER PROFESSIONAL 
TEACHFR AIDES 
TECHNICIANS 
CLER ICAL .SECRETAR IAL 
SERVICE WORKERS 
SKILl ED CRAFTS 
L ABORERS. UNSKILLED 
TOTAL 



290 

139 



Z7] 

124 



VOCATIONAL TEACHFRS 1 SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.2SPCT FROM STATE. 
22.64PCT FROM LOCAL. AND 10.08PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1983-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE 



»ER PUPIL EXPENDITURE »»•»» 



LEA 


F INAI 
ADM 


STATE 


FEOERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


PERCEN 
OF TOT 


RUTHERFORD COUNTY 


10. 


.3H 




















Sit ARIFS 






11.451. 303 


1 .193.951 


2.609,979 


15.255,232 


1097.08 


114.38 


250.05 


1.461.51 


&7.7 


FMPiriYFE BENEFITS 






2.401,942 


300.461 


576.622 


3.279,026 


230.12 


28.79 


55.24 


314.15 


14. 6 


PURCHASED SERVICES 






257. 389 


39,944 


400.076 


697,410 


24.66 


3.13 


38.33 


66.82 


3. 1 


SUPPLIES t W4TFRIALS 






674.051 


597,903 


1.513.930 


2.785,884 


64.58 


57.28 


145.04 


266.90 


12. 4 


INSTRUCTIONAL FOU1P. 






164.575 


39. 124 


24,077 


227,776 


15.77 


3.7 3 


2.31 


21.83 


1.0 


OTHFR OBJECTS 






3.054 


90.8 32 


IR0.713 


274,599 


.29 


8. 70 


17.31 


26.30 


1. 7 


TOTAL 






14.952. 314 


2.262,215 


5,305.398 


22.519,926 


1432.50 


216.73 


508.28 


J.157.5I 


100.0 


PFRf.FNT OF TflTAI 






66.4 


13.3 


23.6 


100.0 













11-237 



SAMPSON 

George D. Thigpen, Supt. 

Box 439 

Clinton, N. C. 28328 

13 Elementary Schools 
4 Secondary Schools 

2nd Education District 




Pupil Accounting 





1983-84 


































UNIT 


FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


820 


ENROLL 


528 


626 


513 


588 


558 


499 


561 


558 


539 


576 


545 


498 


476 


53 


80 


7198 


820 


ADM 


492 


589 


487 


562 


538 


478 


532 


530 


528 


531 


524 


477 


465 


52 


76 


6861 


820 


ADA 


464 


565 


468 


541 


520 


460 


513 


506 


500 


488 


488 


442 


430 


48 


72 


6505 


820 


MLO 


491 


588 


494 


562 


538 


473 


525 


531 


525 


506 


510 


466 


459 


53 


74 


6800 


820 


PROM 


450 


514 


477 


537 


519 


466 


500 


503 


506 


404 


470 


443 


454 


28 


73 


6344 


820 


N-P 
1984-85 


41 


74 


17 


25 


19 


12 


25 


28 


19 


102 


40 


23 


5 


25 


1 


456 


UNIT 


FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


820 


ENROLL 


509 


546 


560 


518 


571 


552 


496 


541 


531 


598 


447 


471 


448 


55 


54 


6897 


820 


AOM 


499 


541 


555 


509 


568 


547 


491 


538 


521 


593 


440 


459 


445 


54 


53 


6813 


820 


AOA 


481 


527 


543 


497 


556 


532 


480 


521 


506 


566 


419 


442 


426 


51 


52 


6599 



1 983-64 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



820 SAMPSON COUNTY 



PUfLIC SR. INST NC 

puclic sr. out-state 
total 

private sr. i.st nc 
private sr. outstate 

TQTAL 

CC»H CCLLt TECH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

TRAOE, BUSINESS NC 
TRiJE, BUSI OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

HILITARY 

ErPLOYMEM 

OTHtRS te 

GkASO TOTAL ••» 





TOTAL 


NUM3ER 


PERCENT 


81 


in. 2 





0.0 


81 


18.2 


17 


3.8 


2 


0.4 


19 


A. 3 


156 


35.1 





0.0 


156 


35.1 


1 


0.2 





0.0 


1 


0.2 


9 


2.0 





0.0 


9 


2.0 


49 


11.0 


120 


27.0 


10 


2.2 


4<.5 


100.0 



11-238 



Sampson 



1984-85 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSICN<"=NT SOURCE OF FUNDS SEX RACE/ETHNIC nklGl' 

CLASS IFICAT ION STATE FEDERAL LOCAL V'lCAT TOTAL "ALE FEMALE WHITE BLACK OTl 

OFFICIAL .ADMS..MGRS. 3 2 16 6 5 1 

PRINCIPALS 17 17 1* 3 12 5 

ASST PRINC. TEACHING 1 111 

ASST PRI NC.N^NTEACHING 5 5 5 3 2 

ELFMENTARY TEACHERS 186 5 3 4 198 IS 180 15* 42 

SECONDARY TEACHERS 71 3 4 30 108 4 1 67 90 17 

CTHER TEACHERS 13 22 3 38 4 34 26 12 

GUIDANCE 4 4 13 4 

PSYCHTL3G1CAL 

I ISRARIAN. AUDIOVISUAL 15 I 16 1 15 14 2 

CONSULTANT. SUPERVISOR 431194581 

OTHFR PROFESSIONAL 9 12 21 6 15 14 6 

TEACHFR AIDES 90 6 3 99 1 98 63 36 

TECHNICIANS 1 111 

CLEP ICAL .SECRFTAR IAL 21 2 12 1 36 36 32 4 

SERVICE wnRKFRS 30 88 118 20 98 58 58 

SKILLED CRAFTS 14 16 30 30 26 3 

I ABORFRS .UNSKILL ED 

TOTAL 483 54 133 37 707 153 554 511 189 



» VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE, 
22. 64PCT FROM LOCAL. AND 10.08PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1983-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE ....».»•*« p E p PUPIL EXPENDITURE 



LE.A 


FINAL 
AOM 




STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 




TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


PERCENT 
OF TOTAL 


sampshn county 


6.861 
























SM siifs 




e 


030.634 


1 .494.662 


986.004 


1C 


,511,301 


1170.48 


217.85 


143.71 


1.532.04 


65.0 


EMPIOYFF RFNEFtTS 




1 


664.487 


343,217 


217.477 


2 


.225,181 


242.60 


50.02 


31 .70 


324.32 


13.8 


PlIBCHJSfD SF3VICFS 






295.318 


96.070 


521.911 




917,299 


43.63 


14.00 


76.07 


133.73 


5.7 


S1IPPI IfS C MATFRIALS 






494.485 


638,341 


813. 146 


1 


945.971 


72.07 


93.04 


118.52 


283.63 


12.0 


INSTRUCTIONAL EQ'/IP. 






326.424 


70.377 


15.374 




412,175 


47.58 


10.26 


2.2« 


60.08 


2. 5 


nTHFR nsjFris 






17.021 


82. 126 


70. 190 




169,336 


2.48 


11 .97 


10.23 


24.68 


1. 3 


TOTAL 




10 


832.368 


2.724. 793 


2.624.102 


15 


.181,263 


1578.84 


397.14 


382.47 


2.358.45 


100. 


PFOCFNT OF TOTAL 






', 1 . 


1 6.8 


16.2 




100.0 













11-239 



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 





1983-84 


































UNIT 


FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


821 


ENROLL 


220 


261 


200 


203 


251 


206 


209 


222 


245 


247 


212 


211 


167 


17 


11 


2882 


821 


ADM 


213 


249 


195 


195 


242 


204 


201 


221 


239 


235 


205 


201 


167 


16 


10 


2793 


821 


AOA 


200 


238 


188 


187 


234 


195 


191 


209 


226 


222 


195 


193 


159 


14 


10 


2661 


821 


MLD 


209 


245 


192 


193 


236 


206 


199 


219 


240 


221 


196 


197 


167 


15 


10 


2745 


821 


PROM 


l<>6 


210 


186 


185 


236 


206 


198 


219 


240 


164 


186 


190 


165 


15 


10 


2606 


821 


N-P 
1984-85 


13 


35 


6 


8 






1 






57 


10 


7 


2 






139 


UNIT 


FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


821 


ENROLL 


250 


233 


206 


192 


188 


234 


217 


203 


215 


285 


183 


199 


196 


14 


11 


2826 


821 


ADM 


248 


230 


205 


191 


188 


233 


217 


203 


214 


281 


181 


198 


194 


14 


10 


2807 


82 1 


ADA 


238 


223 


199 


187 


183 


228 


211 


196 


207 


271 


177 


191 


188 


12 


10 


2721 



1 983-84 High School Groduote Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



321 CLINTON CITY 



NUMBER 


PERCENT 


37 


22.0 


1 


0.6 


38 


22.6 


6 


3.6 


2 


•1.2 


3 


<i.9 


55 


32.7 





0.0 


55 


32.7 


3 


1.8 





0.0 


3 


1.3 


6 


3.6 


1 


0.6 


7 


4.2 


17 


10. 1 


39 


23.2 


1 


0.6 


168 


100.0 



PUSi.lt. SR. INST NC 
PU.'LIC SR. OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. QUTSTaTE 
TOTAL 

CC.-.1 COLLt TECH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TJTAL 

PRIVATE JR. CCLL NC 
PRI >IATE JR. OUTSTAIE 
TOTAL 

TRACE. BUSINESS NC 
TRAOE, 3USI OJTSTATE 
TOTAL 

MILITARY 

EMPLOYMENT 

OTHERS «« 

GRAND TOTAL >ct 



11-240 



Clinton 



1984-65 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACT IVITY ASSIGNMENT 




SOURCE 


OF FUNDS 




SEX 


RACF/ETHNIC OPICIN 


CI ASSIFICATION 


STA^E 


FEDERAL 


LCCAL VOCAT 


TOTAL 


MALE FEMALE 


WHITE SLACK OT^ER 



^FFIC IAL .ACMS..MGRS. 
PRINC IPALS 
ASST PRINC. TEACHING 
ASST PR INC.NONTEACHING 
ELF»FNTARY TEACHERS 
SFCONDARY TEACHERS 
TTHFR TFACHERS 
GUIDANCE 
PSYCHOLOGICAL 
I 1RRAR|AN. AUDIOVISUAL 
CONSULTANT, SUPER VI SCR 
OTHER PROFESSIONAL 
TEACHER AIDES 
TECHNICI ANS 
CLER ICAL .SECRFTAR IAL 
SERVICE WORKERS 
SKILLED CRAFTS 
I ABORERS. UNSKILLED 
TOTAL 



VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPRDXI MATF LV 67.28PCT FROM STATE. 
22.64PCT FROM LOCAL. AND 10.08PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1983-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 





FINAL 




1 FA 


IT 


STATE 


r.i inttn r.irv 


2.793 




SAI ARIFS 




3. 168.288 


FMPMYEE B.FN C FITS 




663.2*2 


PURCHASEO SERVICES 




115. 712 


SIIPP1 IFS r. MATERIALS 




127.667 


INSTRUCTIONAL EO'MP. 




44.872 


OThpo OBJECTS 




1. 30". 


TOTAL 




4, 121. 016 


PFRf.FNT nF TOTAL 




62.6 



Y SOURCE 








««» PER 


PUPIL EX 


PENDITURE 




FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


PERCENT 
OF TOTAL 


A3*. 622 


8*0.155 


*,*43,065 


1134.37 


155.61 


300.81 


1.590.79 


67. 5 


105,404 


180.222 


9*8.368 


237.47 


37.74 


64.53 


3 39.74 


L <.. h 


23.1*1 


376.962 


515,815 


41.43 


8.29 


134.97 


184.69 


7. 8 


194.625 


222. 179 


5**,*71 


45.71 


69.68 


79.55 


194.94 


?. 3 


34,71* 


10,992 


90,567 


16.07 


12.43 


3. a? 


32.43 


1.4 


15.837 


25,347 


*2,*89 


.-.7 


5. 67 


9.08 


15.22 


. 6 


339.3*2 


1.655.8*7 


6,585,275 


1475.52 


289.42 


592.87 


2,357.81 


100.0 


12.3 


25. 1 


100.0 













11-241 



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 



1983-64 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



831 SCOTLAND CQUMTY 



t 


"ERICAN 
INDIAN 


SLACK 


PU°LIC SP. INST NC 
PU1LIC SR. UUT-STaTE 
TOTAL 







11 


11 


PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 







3 
2 
5 


Co".'1 COLL. TECH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 








1 

9 


PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. CUTSTATE 
TOTAL 












TRADE. BUSINESS NC 
TRAjC, 8USI OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 












MILITARY 


z 


22 


EMPLOYMENT 


6 


11 


OTHL°S to 


2 


12 


C-KANO TOTAL ••• 


10 


70 



NUMBER 


PERCENT 


72 

4 
7(> 


20.3 

1.1 

21.5 


42 

5 

47 


11.9 
1.4 
13.3 


64 

1 

65 


13.1 
0.3 
18.4 







0.0 
0.0 
0.0 


13 

1 

14 


3.7 
0.3 
4.0 


46 


13.0 


71 


20.1 


35 


9.9 


354 


100.0 





1983-84 


































UNIT 


FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


830 


ENROLL 


593 


641 


612 


603 


630 


591 


650 


663 


612 


693 


536 


484 


425 


32 


109 


7874 


830 


ADM 


566 


626 


596 


588 


622 


5 69 


637 


642 


588 


630 


497 


460 


396 


31 


101 


7549 


830 


ADA 


532 


600 


572 


564 


596 


545 


608 


609 


544 


582 


457 


428 


361 


29 


°2 


7119 


830 


MLD 


561 


623 


593 


591 


619 


565 


636 


646 


581 


587 


471 


447 


376 


30 


105 


7431 


830 


PROM 


521 


539 


557 


562 


599 


554 


628 


619 


560 


524 


40 5 


416 


335 


30 


105 


6954 


830 


N-P 
1984-85 


40 


84 


36 


29 


20 


11 


8 


27 


21 


63 


66 


31 


41 






477 


UNIT 


FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


830 


ENROLL 


605 


610 


569 


583 


586 


587 


575 


649 


648 


681 


615 


422 


446 


30 


95 


7701 


830 


AOM 


598 


607 


568 


580 


586 


590 


572 


645 


639 


673 


603 


413 


439 


30 


94 


7637 


830 


ADA 


579 


593 


5 54 


568 


572 


576 


556 


622 


615 


642 


5 79 


396 


421 


29 


88 


7390 



INCLUDES HISPANICS, ALASKAN NATIVES. ANO ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANOERS 
•INCLUDES INFORMATION NOT AVAILABLE. MARRIED, ETC. 



11-242 



Scotland 



1984-85 Public School Personnel Summory 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMFNT SOURCE OF FUNDS SEX RACE/ETHNIC ORIGI.'I 

CLASSIFICATION STATE FEOERAL LOCAL VDCAT TOTAL MALE FEMALE WHITE BLACK OTHER 

OFFICIAL .ADMS..MGRS. 8 1 3 I 13 10 3 12 1 

PRINCIPALS 14 1* 10 4 ID 4 

ASST PRINC. TEACHING 1 111 

ASST PRINC. NQNTEACHING 7 1 8 8 5 3 

FLFMCNTARV TEACHERS 207 10 15 2 234 17 217 171 55 8 

SECONTARY TEACHERS 76 1 5 26 108 40 68 80 25 3 

OTHER TEACHERS 29 23 9 8 69 13 56 <t6 21 2 

GUIDANCE 7 1 8 1 7 4 4 

PSYCHOLOGICAL 

I IBRARIAN. AUDIOVISUAL 15 1 16 1 15 13 3 

CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 

OTHER PROFESSIONAL * 2 6 15 4 2 

TEACHER AIDES 102 2 9 113 2 111 61 41 II 

TECHNICI ANS 

CLER ICAL. SECRETAR IAL 32 2 5 39 39 3* 4 1 

SERVICE WORKERS 108 12 120 30 90 33 77 10 

SKILLED CRAFTS 9 12 21 20 1 12 3 6 

I ABOREHS.UNSK ILL ED 

TOTU 619 41 72 38 770 154 616 4R5 242 42 

* VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE, 
22. 64PCT FOOM LOCAL. ANO 10.08PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1963-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED RY SOURCE »».».»«».« per PUPIL EXPENDITURE 

FINAL 
LEA 

SCOT! AND COUNTY 

SAI ARIFS 

FMPLDVFF RFNEFITS 

PURCHASED SFUVICFS 

SIIPPLIFS K MATERIALS 

INSTRUCTIONAL FOUIP. 

nTn c R orjects 

TOTll 

pfrc.fnt of total 



FINAL 
ADM 




STATE 


FEOERAL 


LOCAL 




TOTAL 


STATE 


FEOERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


PERCENT 
OF TOTAL 


7. 54 9 


























8 


213. 844 


1.155,558 


1.911,290 


1 1 


.280,692 


1088.07 


153.07 


2 53.18 


1.494.32 


67. 3 




1 


700.223 


264,636 


409.809 


2 


374,668 


225.22 


35.06 


54.29 


314.57 


I 4. 1 






265.223 


39,252. 


626.909 




931,384 


35.13 


5.20 


83.05 


123.38 


5.6 






513.657 


322,704 


1,092,985 


1 


929,346 


68.04 


42.75 


144.79 


255.58 


11.5 






89.302 


47,346 


49.935 




186,583 


11.83 


6.27 


6.61 


24.71 


1. I 






1.470 


1.324 


64,244 




67,038 


. 11 


. 18 


8.51 


8.88 


.4 




10 


78 3. 71 8 
64.3 


1.810.819 
10.9 


4.155.173 

,'4.8 


1 6 


,769,710 

100. 


1428.48 


242.53 


550.43 


2,221.44 


100.0 



11-243 



STANLY 

Dr. Jimmie E. Martin, Supt. 
223 S. 2nd St., P. 0. Box 1399 
Albemarle, N. C. 28001 

11 Elementary Schools 
2 Secondary Schools 
1 Combined School 

6th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1983-84 
UNIT FINAL 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



340 ENROLL 490 506 487 479 529 533 602 644 564 591 481 520 471 



840 AD*1 

840 ADA 

840 MLD 

840 PROM 

840 N-P 



475 493 475 

453 469 457 

481 495 477 

458 460 448 

23 35 29 



478 


523 


520 


592 


630 


558 


565 


464 


497 


462 


19 


66 


6817 


460 


504 


499 


569 


602 


533 


527 


437 


468 


42 7 


19 


61 


6485 


479 


527 


527 


591 


631 


557 


554 


447 


479 


451 


20 


66 


6782 


455 


518 


508 


575 


610 


550 


469 


416 


445 


439 


20 


66 


6437 


24 


9 


19 


16 


21 


7 


85 


31 


34 


12 






345 



1984-85 
UNIT FIRST MO 

840 ENROLL 
840 ADM 
840 ADA 



8 



10 



11 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



486 499 492 470 460 540 513 600 621 616 485 447 451 
482 496 490 469 461 537 509 595 618 614 484 447 451 
470 487 482 460 454 527 498 580 606 592 470 432 439 



19 


52 


6751 


19 


52 


6724 


18 


50 


6565 



1 963-84 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



3<.0 STANLY COUNTY 





TOTAL 


NUMBER 


PEPCENT 


72 


16.3 





0.0 


72 


16.3 


<.<. 


10.0 


2 


0.5 


46 


10. <. 


116 


26.2 


1 


0.2 


117 


26.5 


6 


1.4 


<• 


0.9 


10 


2.3 


8 


1.8 





0.0 


8 


1.8 


19 


4.3 


144 


32.6 


26 


5.9 


4*2 


100.0 



PUPLIC SR. INST NC 
PU-LIC SR. UUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PK1 7ATF SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SK. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 



PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

TRMJC, BUSINESS NC 
TRADE, C'JSI OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

MILITARY 

EMPLUf.^NT 

OTHLP.S «• 

SRAnD TOTAL "« 



• INCLUDES HISPANICS. ALASKAN NATIVES, ANO ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 

• •INCLUDES INFORMATION NOT AVAILABLE, MAHRICO, ETC. 



11-244 



Stanly 



1984-65 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT SOURCE OF FUNDS SEX RACE/ETHNIC CRIGII 

CLASSIFICATION STATE FEDERAL LOCAL VCCAT TOTAL MALE FEMALE WHITE BLACK OTn = 

OFFICIAL .ADMS..MGRS. 3 3 3 3 

PRINCIPALS 14 14 12 2 I* 

ASST PRINC. TEACHING 

«SST PRINC. NONTEACHING 6 6 2 4 5 1 

Fl EMF'JTARY TEACHERS 168 6 IT* 19 155 16* 10 

SECONDARY TEACHERS 69 5 7* 33 44 71 3 

OTHER TEACHERS 38 11 33 82 30 52 82 

GUIDANCE 7 3 3 13 5 8 13 

PSYCHOLTGICAL 2 2 112 

L IRRARIAN. AUDIOVISUAL 12 12 I 11 12 

CONSULTANT. SUPERVISOR 4 11 6 2 4 5 1 

OTHER PROFESSIONAL 5 3 19 18 9 

TFACHER AIDES 79 7 9 1 96 96 86 10 

TECHNICIANS 1 111 

CLFR ICAL .SECRETARIAL 24 1 3 28 28 28 

SFRVICE WORKERS 38 •< 1 129 39 90 121 8 

SKILLED CRAFTS 

L ABGRERS.UNSK ILLED 

TOTAL 469 27 115 38 649 145 504 616 33 

* VOCATIONAL TEACHFRS 1 SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE. 
22.64PCT FROM LOCAL. ANO 10.08PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1963-64 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED RY SOURCE ••«•«••»•• per PUP IL EXPENDITURE 

FEDERAL LOCAL TOTAL STATE FEDERAL LOCAI 





FINAL 




LEA 


ADM 


STATE 


STANt Y COUNTY 


6.817 




SAIARI FS 




7,614,240 


FMP| 0Y e F RFNFFITS 




1,591,077 


PURCHASFD SFRVICFS 




98,618 


SUPPL1FS I MATF31ALS 




579.751 


INSTRUCTIONAL FOIIIP. 




131.699 


hthfd nn.pFr.TS 




4.038 


TOTAL 




10.019.42J 


PFRCFNT OF TRTAL 




70.4 



536,103 1,465,412 9.615,755 1116.95 78.64 214.96 1,410.55 67.6 

131.041 335.475 2,057,593 233.40 19.22 49.21 301.83 14.6 

43.433 390.700 532.751 14.47 6.37 57.31 78.15 3.7 

219.359 869.059 1,668,168 85.04 32.18 127.48 244.70 11.7 

44,378 97.507 273.584 19.32 6.51 14.30 40.13 1.9 

423 65.006 69,467 .59 .06 9.54 10.19 .5 

974.737 3.223,158 14,217,318 1469.77 142.98 472.80 2,085.55 100.0 

6.9 22.7 100.0 



11-245 



Albemarle 

Dr. William L. Brown, Supt. 

1503 West Main St., P. 0. Box 220 

Albemarle, N. C. 28001 

4 Elementary Schools 
1 Secondary School 

6th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1963-64 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



8*1 ALBEMARLE CITY 



Pk.'VATE SR. I'iST NC 
PKIV4TE S3. OJTSTATE 
TO'AL 

ro'-i zm\., TECH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE JR. CGLL NC 
PKWATE JR. OJTSTATE 
TOTAL 

trads, business nc 
tkaoe, busi outstate 

TOTAL 
MIL ITARY 
EMPLOYMENT 
OTILRS oo 
OVAJO TuTAL ooo 



NUMBER 


PERCENT 


30 


23.3 


4 


3.1 


34 


26.4 


22 


17.1 


1 


.0.8 


23 


17.8 


14 


10.9 


I 


0.8 


15 


11.6 





0.0 





0.0 





0.0 


2 


1.6 


1 


0.8 


3 


2.3 


10 


7.3 


44 


34.1 





0.0 


129 


100.0 





1983-84 


































UNIT 


FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


841 


ENROLL 


142 


143 


124 


151 


141 


152 


151 


180 


166 


219 


171 


136 


135 




33 


2046 


841 


ADM 


139 


137 


122 


147 


135 


149 


148 


182 


164 


209 


166 


128 


130 




35 


1991 


841 


ADA 


131 


132 


115 


140 


131 


143 


142 


172 


154 


195 


154 


119 


122 




32 


1882 


841 


MLO 


139 


134 


121 


146 


132 


146 


146 


181 


163 


199 


158 


124 


129 




37 


1955 


841 


PROM 


129 


127 


118 


143 


131 


145 


146 


181 


162 


169 


148 


117 


126 




37 


1879 


841 


N-P 
1984-85 


10 


7 


3 


3 


1 


1 






1 


30 


10 


7 


3 






76 


UNIT 


FIRST KO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


THH 


FXCP 


TOTAL 


841 


ENROLL 


150 


133 


131 


122 


145 


138 


140 


149 


183 


199 


182 


148 


136 




30 


1986 


841 


ADM 


150 


133 


128 


122 


143 


141 


138 


151 


183 


196 


179 


146 


135 




30 


1975 


841 


ADA 


146 


131 


125 


119 


141 


138 


133 


148 


178 


190 


173 


138 


129 




28 


1917 



11-246 



Albemarle 



1984-85 Public School Personnel Summory 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT SOURCE OF FUNOS SEX RACE/ETHNIC CRI1I" 

<"L ASSIFICATION STATE FEDERAL LOCAL VOCAT TOTAL MALE FEMALE WHITE BLACK OT>- 

OFFICIAL.ADMS..Mr,RS. 1 2 3 3 3 

PRINCIPALS 5 5 5 5 

ASST PRt\'C. TEACHING 

ASST PRINC.N0NTE4CHING 1 I 11 

El FVFNTARY TEACHERS 54 4 I 59 7 52 53 6 

SECONDARY TEACHERS 20 5 8 33 13 20 31 2 

OTHER TEACHERS 12 3 15 1 14 1 4 1 

GUIDANCE 3 1 4 1 3 4 

PSYCHOLOGICAL 

L IRRARIAN, AUDIOVISUAL 3 2 5 5 5 

CONSULTANT. SUPERVISOR 2 1 3 3 3 

OTHER PROFESSIONAL I I 1 1 

TEACHER AICES 22 1 3 4 30 30 25 5 

TECHNICIANS 

CLFP ICAL. SECRETARIAL 5 17 11* 1* 13 1 

SERVICE WORKERS 9 17 26 7 19 12 I* 

SKILLED CRAFTS 

L 1BORERS .UNSK ILLED 

TOTAL 136 6 42 15 199 37 162 169 30 



VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAIO APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE. 
22.6VCT FROM LOCAL. AND 1O.08PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1983-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED RY SOURCE 

FINAL 

LFA 40M STATE 

Al RFVARI F CITY ] .091 

SALARIES 2.327,080 

FMPI riYFE BENEFITS <,p,4.449 

PURCHASED SFPVICFS 29.190 

<;iippl if^ r. materials 140.059 

INSTRUCTIONAL FO'IIP. 44,316 

(3THFP PI.IECTS 1.999 

TOTAl 3.029.082 

PFBCFNT CF TOTAL 63.0 



I F E P A I 


183 


.347 


38 


QTi 


4 


221 


64 


B62 


25 


07e 


5 


240 


i:i 


741 




6. 7 







....... 


•*• PER 


PUPIL EX 


PENDITURE 




LOCAL 


TOTAL 


STATE 


FEOERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


PERCENT 
OF TOTAL 


682.325 


3.192.752 


1168.80 


92.09 


342.70 


1.603.59 


66.5 


148. 160 


671 ,602 


243.32 


19.58 


74.41 


337.31 


1 3. 9 


318. 145 


351 .556 


14.66 


2.12 


159.79 


176.57 


7. 3 


247.568 


452,488 


70.35 


32.58 


124.34 


227.27 


9.4 


29.570 


98,964 


22.26 


12.60 


14.85 


49.71 


2. I 


27.610 


37,038 


- 1 . 


2.63 


13.97 


18.60 


.8 


453.578 


4.804,401 


1521.39 


161.60 


730.06 


2.413.05 


100.0 


3 0.3 


100.0 













11-247 



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 




Pupil Accounting 



1983-84 
UNIT FINAL 

850 ENROLL 

850 AOM 

850 ADA 

850 MLO 

850 PROM 

850 N-P 



455 468 486 518 

449 

421 



452 463 
438 
14 



463 470 509 501 
439 453 487 
475 513 



429 445 493 490 
34 30 20 15 



519 559 659 



481 497 538 627 
505 523 565 
517 

6 



608 
575 



657 598 522 521 

504 



564 562 549 494 
1 95 49 28 



507 449 

461 
447 



17 



14 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



509 533 564 667 624 555 560 499 441 



532 535 476 433 



411 
430 
406 



31 
28 
25 
26 

26 



36 
38 
36 
43 
37 
6 



6946 
6779 
6454 
6754 
6401 
353 



1984-85 
UNIT FIRST MO 

850 ENROLL 
850 ADM 
850 ADA 



85? STOKES COUNTY 



8 9 10 



407 487 467 467 512 495 530 614 610 592 
404 484 464 464 511 487 524 611 606 589 
392 468 452 453 496 475 506 590 585 568 



1983-84 High School Groduote Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



11 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



514 


517 


456 


24 


42 


6734 


507 


511 


454 


22 


44 


6682 


484 


4 84 


434 


21 


42 


6450 



BLACK WHITE OTHER* TOTAL 



PUBLIC SR. INST NC 
PU'LIC SR. OUI-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE SR. I';ST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

CO" '• COLL. TECH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

TRAOE. BUSINESS NC 
TKA3t. BUS I OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

MIL ITARY 

EMPLOYMENT 

OTHERS • « 

GRASO TOTAL ••• 



« IsCLUOrs HISPANICS. ALASKAN NATIVES, AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
••INCLUUES INFORMATION NOT AVAILABLE. MARRIED. ETC. 



NUMBER 


PERCENT 


60 
2 
62 


14.4 

0.5 

14.8 


23 

2 

25 


5.5 

0.5 
6.0 


89 
1 

90 


21.3 
0.2 
21.5 


3 

3 


0.7 
0.0 
0.7 


2 

6 


1.0 

0.5 
1.4 


17 


4.1 


205 


49.0 


10 


2.4 


418 


100.0 



11-248 



Stokes 



1964-65 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACT IVITY ASSIGNMENT 



SOURCE OF FUNDS 



RACE/ETHNIC OKIGIN 



Cl ASS IFICATIG-. 



STATE FEDERAL LOCAL 



FEMALE WHITc 



OFFICIAL .A0MS..MGRS. 
PRINCIPALS 
ASST PRINC. TEACHING 
ASST PRINC. NONTEACHING 
ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 
SECONDARY TEACHERS 
OTHFR TEACHERS 
GUIDANCE 
PSYCHOLOGICAL 
L 1 9RAR I AN. AUDIOVISUAL 
CONSULTANT. SUPERVISOR 
OTHER PROFESSIONAL 
TEACHER AIDES 
TECHN ICI ANS 
CL FRICAL .SECRETAR IAL 
SERVICE WORKERS 
SKILLED CRAFTS 
LABORERS. UNSKILL EO 
TOTAL 



196 

107 



135 



25 17* 



VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE. 
27.64PCT FROM LOCAL. AND 13.0RPCT FROM FEOERAL FUNDS. 



1963-64 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPFNOEO RY SOURCE 





FINAL 














LEA 


AOM 


STATE 


FEOERAl 


LOCAL 




TOTAL 


STATE 


TOKFS COUNTY 


6,779 














SAI AKIFS 




7.268.250 


676.740 


1.991,729 


9 


.936.719 


1072.17 


FMOinYFF RF S ;f:F!TS 




1.500.353 


148,939 


481.708 


2 


130,999 


221.32 


Ptiar.HASEO SFRVICFS 




35.551 


21.912 


583.308 




640.771 


5.24 


SUPPLIES I MATERIALS 




64 1.867 


259,969 


890.926 


1 


792,762 


94.68 


INSTPlir.TIONAL FO'IIP. 




161.327 


51.731 


62.139 




275,197 


23.80 


OTHF? OBJECTS 




1 .347 


61 


33.347 




34,755 


.23 


TOTAL 




9.608,695 


1.159,351 


4.043.157 


!<• 


811,203 


1417.41 


PFOrr'JT OF TOTAL 




64.9 


7.9 


27.3 




100.0 





...... per PUPIL EXPENDITURE 



99.83 293.81 1,465.81 

21.97 71.06 314.35 

3.23 86.05 94.52 

38.35 131.42 264.45 

7.63 9.17 40.60 

.01 4.92 5.13 



67. 1 

14.4 



11-249 



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 



1983-84 
UNIT FINAL 



10 



11 12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



860 
860 
860 
860 
860 



ENROLL 
AOM 
ADA 
MLD 

PROM 



579 659 
539 661 



501 
536 

510 



623 
663 

613 



581 
565 
536 
565 
542 
23 



597 
583 
555 
584 
570 
14 



622 
612 
584 
60 8 
598 
10 



653 
641 
608 
645 
638 



705 
691 
657 
636 

679 



726 
709 
667 
702 
685 
17 



702 
691 
644 
690 
655 



785 
756 
707 
730 
612 



692 
66 2 
623 
641 

600 
41 



600 
570 
541 
552 
513 
39 



576 
553 
529 
542 
516 
26 



15 
15 
15 
16 

16 



22 
25 
21 
25 

25 



8514 
3273 
7811 
8185 
7777 
408 



1984-85 
UNIT FIRST MO 

860 ENROLL 
860 AOM 
860 AOA 



573 564 636 
565 562 633 
544 543 614 



10 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



565 


580 


609 


658 


702 


701 


776 


660 


632 


542 


14 


25 


8237 


561 


578 


607 


653 


699 


697 


766 


652 


6 20 


536 


15 


25 


8169 


54 T 


562 


590 


629 


675 


666 


726 


628 


596 


516 


13 


23 


7872 



860 SuRRY COUNTY 



1983-64 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



PUBLIC SR. INST NC 
PUBLIC SR. UUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

CGHM COLL. T^CH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

TRADE, BUSINESS NC 
TRAUE. e'JSI OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

MILITARY 

EMPLOY^EMT 
OTHERS • • 
ORAND TOTAL •«» 



132 

3 

132 



134 



13* 



NU11ER 


PERCENT 


81 


15.4 


1 


0.2 


82 


15.6 


9 


1.7 


2 


o.<> 


11 


2.1 


232 


<,<>.2 





0.0 


232 


4<..2 


2 


0.4 





0.0 


2 


0.4 


22 


4.2 


<. 


0.9 


26 


5.0 


21 


4.0 


IV) 


28. <. 


2 


0.4 


525 


100.0 



11-250 



Surry 



1984-85 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT SOURCE OF FUNDS SEX RAC C /ETHNIC MIGI 



CLASSIFICATION STATE FEDERAL LOCAL 



OFFICIAL .A0MS..MGRS. 4 * 3 1 4 

PRINCIPALS 15 15 15 15 

ASST PRINC. T EACHING 1 111 

ASST PRINC.NONTEACHING 7 7 6 17 

FLFMFNTAKY TEACHERS 224 4 5 4 237 37 200 23? 

SECONDARY TFACHFrfS 88 3 15 35 141 67 74 137 

T.THFR TFACH C RS 24 11 I 36 2 34 33 

GUIDANCE 7 3 10 4 6 10 

PSYCHOLOGICAL 1 11 1 

L IBRA&IAN. AUDIOVISUAL 7 4 11 2 9 11 

CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 4 3 2 1 10 4 6 10 

OTHER PROFESSIONAL 5 1 6 15 6 

TEACHER AICES 100 18 1 119 119 117 

TECHNICIANS 1 11 1 

CLER ICAL .SECRETARIAL 20 3 19 42 1 41 42 

SERVICE WORKERS 21 113 134 41 93 132 

SKILLED CRAFTS 12 12 12 12 
LABORERS. UNSK ILL EO 

TOTAL 539 43 165 40 787 198 5 89 771 



* VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAIO APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE. 
22.64PCT FROM LOCAL. AND 10.08PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1983-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE 

FINAL 

lfA AOM STATE FEDERAL LOCAL 
IIRRY COUNTY B. 271 

S " Mk " :s 9.155.087 867.263 1.777.931 

F M, l0YCF nr^FF.TS 1.790.754 182.462 544.238 2.517.454 216.46 22.06 65.78 

PURCHASFD SFRVICFS 150.388 17.699 316.569 484,656 18.18 2.14 38.27 

SUPPMFS £ MATERIALS 723.378 358.292 1.222.298 2.303.918 87.43 43.31 147.75 

INSTRUCTION*. EQUIP. 227.7,7 <,<,. 3 48 34.331 311.417 27.53 5.96 4.15 



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

11.801.181 1106.73 104.83 214.91 1.426.47 



T ~- 



nRJFCT<; 777 41.720 117.568 160.064 .09 5.04 14.21 

12.043.971 1.516.785 4.012.935 17.578.690 1456.42 183.34 485.07 2,124.63 





PERCENT 


TOTAL 


OF TOTAL 


426.47 


67. 1 


304.30 


14. 3 


58.59 


?. 8 


279.49 


1 3. 1 


37.64 


1. B 


19.34 


.» 



PERCENT OF TOTAL 6 8.6 8 .6 22 .8 ,00.0 



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 





1983-84 




























UNIT 


FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


861 


ENROLL 


59 


84 


72 


68 


87 


65 


87 


103 


98 


86 


103 


75 


72 


861 


AOM 


56 


85 


69 


67 


84 


66 


90 


103 


96 


83 


102 


72 


72 


861 


ADA 


53 


80 


66 


64 


81 


63 


85 


98 


90 


78 


95 


66 


66 


661 


MLD 


56 


85 


66 


67 


81 


67 


93 


101 


94 


80 


101 


69 


72 


861 


PROM 


55 


84 


66 


67 


81 


67 


92 


100 


94 


67 


87 


60 


72 


861 


N-P 
1984-85 


1 


1 










1 


I 




13 


14 


9 




UNIT 


FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


861 


ENROLL 


59 


58 


82 


63 


66 


80 


69 


96 


99 


109 


72 


86 


72 


861 


AOM 


58 


58 


82 


63 


66 


78 


69 


96 


99 


109 


72 


87 


71 


861 


ADA 


56 


57 


80 


62 


64 


76 


67 


92 


96 


105 


68 


84 


68 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



1059 
1045 

985 
1032 

992 
40 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



1011 

1008 

975 



361 ELKIN CITY 



1963-64 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



kHITS OTHERO 



PU3LIC SR. INST NC 
PU°LIC SR. OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. DUTSTATE 
TOTAL 



PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TuTAL 

TRADE. BUSINESS NC 
TRAOE, bUSI OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

1IHTARY 

EMPLOYMENT 
OTilERi «o 
CRAHU TOTAL »• 



NUM3ER 


PERCENT 


17 


24.3 





0.0 


17 


24.3 


2 


2.9 




.1.4 




<i.3 


21 


30.0 




0.0 


21 


30.0 




4.3 




1.4 




5.7 




0.0 




1.4 




1.4 


4 


5.7 


ia 


25.7 


2 


2.9 


70 


100.0 



» INCLUDES HISPANKS. ALASKAN NATIVES. ANO ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
•OINCLUUCS INFORMATION NOT AVAILABLE, MARRIED. ETC. 



11-252 



Elkin 



1984-85 Public School Personnel Summery 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT SOURCE OF FUNOS SEX RACE/ETHNIC OR I'll' 

CI ASSIFICATION STATE FEDERAL LOCAL VCCAT TOTAL "ALE FEMALE WHITE BLACK OTl 

OFFICIAL. ADMS..MGRS. 1 111 

PRINCIPALS 3 3 2 13 

ASST PRINC. TEACHING 

ASST PRINC. NONTEACHING 1 111 

FLEHCNTARY T<=ACHERS 27 27 * 23 26 I 

SECONDARY TEACHERS 1* 5 7 26 10 16 ?6 

OTHER TEACHERS 4 * * * 

GUIDANCE I 1 2 2 2 

PSYCHOLOGICAL 

L IBRARIAN. AUDIOVISUAL 2 1 3 3 3 

CONSULTANT. SUPERVISOR 1 111 

OTHFR PROFESSIONAL 3 3 3 2 1 

TEACHER AI0 C S 11 10 21 21 21 

TECHNICIANS 

CLERICAL .SECRETARIAL 4 3 7 7 7 

SERVICE WORKERS 6 15 21 8 13 19 2 

SKILLEO CRAFTS 

L ABORFRS. UNSKILLED 

TOTAL 75 3 35 7 120 27 93 116 4 

« VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.23PCT FROM STATE. 
22. 64RCT FROM LOCAL. AND 1J.08PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1983-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE 

FINAL 

LF.A ADM STATE FEDERAL 

Fl KIN CITY 1.045 

SAIARIFS 1.251.912 119.460 

FMDinYFE BFNFFITS 262.611 24.743 

PURCHASED SERVICES 4.791 1.616 

SlJPIMIFS L MATFRIALS 91.203 46,465 

INSTRUCTIONAL ECllIP. 15.687 1,156 

OTHFO nBJFr.TS 2,148 6.748 

TOTAL 1.628.351 200.187 

PFSCFNT OF T0T1L 61.4 7.6 







••** ** 


»•* PER 


PUPIL E 


XPEN01TURE 


PERCENT 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


0"= TOTAL 


329.156 


1.700.527 


1198.00 


114.32 


314.98 


1.627.30 


64.2 


71.943 


359,296 


251.30 


23.68 


68.35 


343.83 


1 1. b 


153,981 


160.388 


4.58 


1 .55 


147.35 


153.48 


6. 1 


222.763 


360.431 


8T.28 


44.46 


213.17 


344.91 


1 3. <> 


2.650 


19,492 


15.01 


I . 1 1 


2.5* 


18.66 


. 7 


39.541 


48.437 


2.06 


6 . « 6 


37.84 


46.36 


1. B 


820,034 


2,648,572 


1558.23 


191.58 


784.73 


2.534.54 


100.0 


31 .0 


100.0 













11-253 



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 



1983-84 
UNIT FINAL 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



862 ENROLL 

862 ADM 

862 ADA 

862 MLD 

862 PROM 

862 N-P 



154 163 134 189 145 149 179 162 165 164 142 166 158 



152 
141 
152 

133 
14 



163 
153 
159 
146 
13 



132 
124 
131 
125 

6 



185 
175 
182 
171 
11 



141 
132 
141 
133 

8 



143 
136 
142 

138 



176 
165 
176 

171 
5 



158 
147 
160 
156 
4 



164 
152 
162 
157 

5 



151 
139 
148 
139 
9 



137 
131 
134 
125 
9 



159 
151 
154 
151 
3 



151 
145 
148 
145 
3 



21 
20 
20 
10 
10 



2100 
2041 
1918 
2016 
1905 
111 



1984-85 
UNIT FIRST MO 

862 ENROLL 

862 A0« 
862 ADA 



10 



11 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



156 161 151 141 188 138 144 174 151 171 145 130 153 
151 159 149 140 184 137 143 174 151 170 142 128 152 
145 154 145 133 180 132 139 168 143 158 138 123 147 



7 16 2026 
7 16 2003 
7 15 1927 



86? MOUNT AIRY CITY 



1 963-64 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



PU'LIC SR. INST NC 
PU'JLIC SR. OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
PHIVAIC SR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

<"C«1 COLL. TECH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TUTAL 

TRAJE. BUSINESS NC 
TRADE. BUSI OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

MIL ITA*Y 

EMPLOYMENT 

OTHERS «« 

GRA.'.n TOTAL ttt 



NUMBER 


PERCENT 


3<» 


22.5 


2 


1.3 


35 


23.3 


5 


3.3 


3 


2.0 


a 


5.3 


57 


37.7 


1 


0.7 


58 


39. •, 





0.0 





0.0 





0.0 





0.0 





0.0 





0.0 


<. 


2.6 


29 


19.2 


16 


10.6 


151 


100.0 



11-254 



Mount Airy 



1984-85 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT 




SOURCE OF FUNDS 




SEX 


RACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 


CLASS IFICATION 


STATE 


FEDERAL LOCAL VOCAT 


TOTAL 


MALE FEMALE 


WHITE BLACK OTHEP 



OFFICIAL. ADMS..MGRS. 
PRINCIPALS 
ASST PRINC. TEACHING 
ASST PRINCfNONTEACHING 
ELEMFMTARY TEACHEkS 
SECONDARY TEACHERS 
OTHFR TFACHERS 
GUIDANCE 
PSYCHOLOGICAL 
I IRRARIAN.AU3I0V ISUAL 
CONSULT ANT, SUPER VISOR 
OTHFR PROFESSIONAL 
TEACHER AIDES 
TECHNICI ANS 
CLERICAL. SECRETAR IAL 
SERVICE WORKERS 
SKILLED CRAFTS . 
LABORERS. UNSKILLED 
TOTAL 



VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAIO APPROXIMATELY 67.23PCT FROM STATE. 
22. 64PCT FROM LOCAL. AND 10.08PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNOS. 



1983-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



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

TOTAL STATE FEOERAL LOCAL 



3.183,765 1111.73 112.23 335. 94 1,559.90 

691,502 233.88 27.13 77.80 338.81 

226,889 17. 24 4.11 PR. 81 

566,6'.'. 62.65 50.30 164.67 

57,065 18.87 7.10 1.99 

78.300 .24 9.30 28.83 

4,804,164 1444.61 210.17 699.04 

100.0 





FINAL 










LFA 


ADM 




STATE 


FEOERAL 


LOCAL 


MOUNT AIRY CI TY 


2.041 










SAI AP IFS 




2 


269.045 


279.060 


685,659 


FMPIOYFE BFNFFITS 






477.350 


55,364 


158.788 


PURCHASED SFPVICFS 






35. 195 


8,391 


183.303 


S'IPPITFS C MATFP.IALS 






127,875 


102,668 


336. 101 


INSTRUCTIONAL SOU IP . 






38.518 


14.482 


4,065 


TTHF"! OBJECTS 






4 "6 


18.979 


58,835 


TOTAL 




2 


948.469 


428.945 


1.426,750 


PFBCFNT PF TOTAL 






61.4 


B.9 


.'9.7 



: !: 


16 


4 


7 


277 


62 


11 


8 


27 


96 


1 


2 


38 


37 


1 


6 


2,353 


?? 


190 






11-255 



SWAIN 

James F. Causby, Supt. 

P. 0. Box U 

Bryson City, N. C. 28713 

4 Elementary Schools 
1 Combined School 

8th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



UNIT 


1933-84 

FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


870 


ENROLL 


125 


149 


134 


129 


107 


149 


136 


156 


157 


160 


129 


142 


83 


5 




1761 


870 


ADM 


117 


138 


128 


122 


101 


146 


128 


152 


153 


145 


121 


127 


83 


5 




1666 


870 


ADA 


107 


128 


122 


115 


96 


138 


122 


144 


143 


135 


113 


119 


77 


5 




1564 


870 


MLD 


116 


139 


130 


119 


100 


141 


131 


152 


150 


136 


118 


115 


88 


5 




1640 


870 


PROM 


112 


125 


123 


112 


99 


137 


129 


150 


145 


113 


101 


108 


83 


5 




1542 


870 


N-P 


4 


14 


7 


7 


1 


4 


2 


2 


5 


23 


17 


7 


5 






9e 




1984-85 










4 


5 


6 


7 


8 




10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


UNIT 


FIRST HO 


K 


1 


2 


3 
















870 
870 
870 


ENROLL 

AOH 

AOA 


115 
111 

104 


136 
133 
129 


138 
135 
130 


132 
129 
124 


126 
122 
119 


108 

108 
103 


140 
138 
134 


133 
131 
126 


158 
152 
146 


182 
177 
168 


131 
130 
124 


109 

105 

99 


120 
116 
109 


5 

4 
3 




1733 
1691 
1618 



1 963-84 High School Groduote Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



370 SWAIN COUNTY 



PUBLIC S*. INST NC 
PUBLIC S». OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

CulM COLL, TECH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

TRADE. BUSINESS NC 
TRAOE, t'JSI OJTSTATE 
TOTAL 

MIL ITAPY 

EMPLOYMENT 

OTHi'S oo 

GRAN3 TOTAL o*» 



TAL 


NUMBER 


PERCENT 




13 


15.5 




3 


3.6 




16 


19.0 




3 


3.6 




3 


3.6 




6 


7.1 





20 
1 


23.3 

1.2 




21 


25.0 








0.0 








0.0 








0.0 








0.0 








0.0 








0.0 





9 


10.7 


2 

1 


31 

1 


36.9 
1.2 


3 


8<. 


101.0 



• INCLUDES HISPANICS. ALASKAN NATIVES, ANO ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
••INCLUDES INfURMATION NOT AVAILABLE, MARRIED, CTC. 



11-256 



Swain 



1984-85 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT SOURCE OF FUNDS SEX RACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 

CI ASS IEICAMON STATE FEDERAL LOCAL VQCAT TOTAL MALE FEMALE WHITE SLACK OTHE 

OFFICIAL. A3MS..HSRS. 6 6 3 3 6 

PRINCIPALS 5 5 5 5 

ASST PRINC. TEACHING 1 111 

ASST PR I NO NT! TEACHING 1 1 2 2 2 

FIFMCNTARY TFACHERS 37 6 3 46 6 40 45 

SECONDARY TEACHERS 17 10 27 16 1 1 27 

OTHER TEACHERS 17 1 18 5 13 17 

GUIDANCE 1 12 2 2 

PSYCHOLOGICAL 

L IBRARIAN. AUDIOVISUAL 4 * * * 

CONSULTANT. SUPERVISOR 2 2 112 

OTHER PROFESSIONAL 11 2 2 2 

TEAC'IER AIDES 23 9 2 34 34 29 1 

TECHNICIANS 

CLERICAL. SECRETARIAL 4 14 9 9 9 

SFRVICF WORKERS 4 20 24 9 15 23 

SKILLEO CRAFTS 2 2 4 4 4 

L ABORERS. UNSKILLED 

T"TAL 125 17 32 12 186 52 134 178 1 

* VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXl MATF LY 67.2BPCT FROM STATE. 
27. 64PCT FROM LOCAL. AND 10.08PCT FROM FEOERAL FUNDS. 



1983-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENDEO BY SOURCE .»•••».••« J>£R PUPIL EXPENDITURE 

LOCAL TOTAL STATE FEDERAL LOCAL 



339,634 2.717,132 1239.17 187.90 203.86 1,630.93 

67.851 567.294 258.22 41.56 40.73 

160.589 207,737 23.25 5.05 96.39 

204.341 544,803 95.91 108.45 122.65 

89.180 188,928 38.92 20.96 53.53 

21.327 42.698 1.51 11.31 12.80 

882.922 4.268,593 1656.98 375.23 529.96 2.562.17 

20.7 100.0 





FINAL 






LFA 


ADM 




STATE 


WAIN COUNTY 


1 .666 






S4L«° IPS 




2 


064.459 


Fmpidyff RFNFFITS 






430.196 


PURCHISFD SERVICES 






38. 728 


S1IPPI IFS 6 "A7FRI ALS 






159.712 


INSTRUCTIONS! FOUIP. 






64.836 


OTHFR 03.IFCTS 






2.523 


TOTAL 




2 


760.524 


PFBCFNT OF TOTAL 






64. 7 



FEOERAL 


313 


-Jll 


65 


247 


1 


42! 


1 "0 


679 


34 


912 


11 


948 


6"S 


[46 





PERCENT 


TOTAL 


OF TOTAL 


630.93 


63. 7 


340.51 


1 3. 2 


124.69 


<.. a 


327.01 


12.8 


113.41 


4.4 


25.62 


1.0 


562.17 


100.0 



11-257 



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 





1983-e* 


































UNIT 


FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


eXCP 


TOTAL 


880 


ENROLL 


347 


303 


321 


347 


332 


328 


365 


341 


332 


376 


344 


322 


265 


17 


5 


4345 


880 


AOM 


324 


290 


309 


334 


318 


306 


351 


330 


323 


363 


332 


307 


261 


Id 


6 


4172 


880 


ADA 


305 


273 


296 


320 


308 


293 


338 


315 


309 


345 


316 


291 


248 


16 


6 


3979 


880 


MLO 


320 


290 


301 


334 


314 


307 


342 


331 


32 3 


360 


322 


302 


256 


18 


5 


4125 


880 


PROM 


299 


269 


296 


316 


304 


298 


305 


300 


304 


324 


296 


293 


254 


18 


5 


3881 


880 


N-P 
1984-85 


21 


21 


5 


13 


10 


9 


37 


31 


19 


36 


26 


9 


2 






2 44 


UNIT 


FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


880 


ENROLL 


328 


317 


279 


317 


335 


315 


319 


339 


336 


357 


340 


298 


293 


17 




419C 


8S0 


AOM 


325 


315 


277 


316 


334 


313 


318 


337 


333 


352 


336 


296 


289 


16 




4157 


880 


AOA 


316 


306 


270 


310 


326 


304 


308 


328 


322 


336 


325 


285 


280 


16 




4032 



1 983-84 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



830 TRANSYLVANIA COUNTY 



PUt'LIC SR. INST NC 
PUTLIC SR. OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
PPIVATE SR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

CO"* COLL, TECH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

TRADE, BUSINESS NC 
TRADE, BUSI OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

MILITARY 

EMPLOYMENT 

OTHLRS •• 

GRANS TOTAL ••• 



NUMBER 


PERCENT 


50 


13.3 


4 


1.5 


54 


19.8 


18 


6.6 


6 


2.2 


24 


8.8 


40 


14.7 


2 


0.7 


42 


15.4 


26 


9.5 





0.0 


26 


9.5 


2 


0.7 


2 


0.7 


4 


1.5 


11 


4.0 


61 


29.7 


31 


11. 4 


273 


100.0 



11-258 



Transylvania 

1964-85 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT 




SOURCE OF FUNDS 




5! X 


RACE/ETHNIC CRIGl'i 


CLASSIFICATION 


STATE 


FEDERAL LOCAL VOCAT 


TOTAL 


MALE FEMALE 


WHITE BLACK OTHE° 



OFFICIAL .A0MS..MGRS. 
PRINCIPALS 
ASST PRINC. TEACHING 
ASST PPTNC.NONTC ACHING 
ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 
SECONDARY TEACHERS 
OTHER TEACHERS 
GUIDANCE 
PSYCHOLOGICAL 
I I BRARIAN. AUDIOVISUAL 
CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 
OTHER PROFESSIONAL 
TEACHER AIDFS 
TECHNICIANS 
CI ER ICAL .SECREIAR IAL 
SERVICE WORKERS 
SKILLED CRAFTS 
1 ABORERS.UNSK ILLED 
TOTAL 



VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE, 
22.64PCT FROM LOCAL. AND 10.0RPCT FROM FEOERAL FUNDS. 



1983-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE pER „„„,,_ EXPEN0ITURE 

STATE FEOERAL LOCAL TOTAL OF TOTAL 



FINAL 
lE * A0M STSrE FEOERAL LOCAL TOTAL STATF CPnPBM ,nr., , il^lV. 



TRANS»I VAN, A C.OUN 4.17? 

SALARIES '.,530.76'. 375,679 



1.039.07J 5.945,516 1085.99 90.05 249.06 1,425.10 66.0 

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 205 , 52 , ltMltM4 226 . 12 „. 85 „.„ „, „ 13 _ ? 

PU.CHASPn SE.vir.ES ,35.337 23.842 330.335 489.514 32.44 5.71 79.13 117.33 5.4 

SUPPLIES c MATERIALS 24, .54, 203. ,48 743.366 1.188,063 57.90 48.69 178.18 284.77 13.2 

INSTRur.TIHNA, EQUIP. 85.373 38.365 10.726 134.463 20.46 9.20 2.57 ,2.23 



1.5 



MJe ™* »« 19.9*8 20.175 .04 4.79 



4.83 



TOTAL 



5.936.580 723,837 2.349.011 9.009.428 1422.95 173.50 563.04 2.159. 



PFRCFNT OF TOTAL 65.9 8.0 26.1 , 00 .0 



11-259 



TYRRELL 

D. E. Davis, Supt. 
Road Street, Box 328 
Columbia, N. C. 27925 

1 Elementary School 
1 Combined School 

1st Education District 




Pupil Accounting 





1983-8* 




































UNIT 


FINAL 


K 


I 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


890 


ENROLL 


84 


62 


55 


65 


54 


71 


57 


74 


54 


65 


73 


34 


38 


5 




791 


890 


ADM 


J3 


60 


53 


59 


53 


69 


57 


72 


51 


62 


71 


32 


38 


5 




765 


890 


AOA 


79 


58 


51 


57 


51 


67 


55 


70 


49 


58 


67 


30 


36 


4 




732 


890 


MLD 


34 


60 


54 


61 


53 


70 


58 


72 


51 


59 


69 


32 


39 


5 




767 


890 


PROM 


80 


57 


51 


57 


51 


69 


57 


68 


51 


54 


53 


30 


39 


5 




72^ 




890 


N-P 


4 


3 


3 


4 


2 


1 


1 


4 




5 


16 


2 








45 




1984-85 




































UNIT 


FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAt 


890 


ENROLL 


60 


83 


57 


57 


57 


52 


69 


57 


68 


58 


55 


58 


38 


2 


4 


77«| 


890 


ADM 


60 


81 


57 


56 


56 


50 


67 


56 


67 


57 


53 


56 


37 


2 


3 


75 


i 


890 


AOA 


59 


81 


56 


55 


55 


49 


66 


55 


65 


55 


51 


53 


37 


1 


3 


7< 


. 



1 963-64 High School Groduote Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



890 TYRRELL COUNTY 



PUBLIC SR. INST NC 
°U»LIL SR. OUT-STATt 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

CU-'.I CDLLi TECH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
Tu'AL 

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

TkADE. BUSINESS NC 
TRAUE, BUSI OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

MILITARY 

EMPLOYMENT 
OTHERS •• 
GRAND TOTAL ••• 



NUMBER 


PERCENT 


5 


13. 2 





0.0 


5 


13.2 


5 


13.2 


I 


2.6 


6 


15.8 


8 


21.1 


1 


2.6 


9 


23.7 


1 


2.6 





0.0 


1 


2.6 





0.0 





0.0 





0.0 


5 


13.2 


8 


21.1 


<> 


10.5 


38 


100.0 



11-260 



Tyrrell 



1984-85 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT 




SOURCE OF FUNDS 






srx 


RACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 


CLASSIFICATION 


STATE 


FEDERAL LCCAL 


VOCAT 


TOTAL 


MALE FEMALE 


WHITE BLACK OTHER 



OFFICIAL ,AC»S..MGRS. 
PRINCIPALS 
ASST PRINC. TEACHING 
ASST f>= I NC.NTN TEACHING 
FLE»ENTARY TEACHERS 
SECONDARY TEACHERS 
OTHER TEACHERS 
GUIDANCE 
PSYCHOLOGICAL 
L I flRAR IAN. AUDIOVISUAL 
CONSULTANT. SUPER VISOR 
OTHFR PROFESSIONAL 
TEACHER AIOES 
TECHNICIANS 
CLERICAL .SECRETAR I AL 
SERVICE WOPKFRS 
SKILLED CRAFTS . 
L ABORERS .UNSKILLED 
TOTAL 



VOCATIONAL TEACHERS* SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.23PCT FROM STATE. 
22.64RCT FROM LOCAL. AND 10.08PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNOS. 



1983-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 







AMOUNTS EXPENDED 


BY SOURCE 










PUPIL E 


IPENDITURE 






FINAL 


















PERCENT 


1 E.A 


ADM 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


OF TOTAL 


YSB&LL r.CUNTY 


'65 




















S«L,«tES 




9*0. 789 


231.795 


182.028 


1.354,612 


1229.79 


303.00 


237.95 


1,770.74 


&T.« 


F/PinvFF SFNFFITS 




194. 157 


52.764 


45.594 


292,515 


253.80 


68.97 


59.60 


382.37 


'.4.5 


purchased services 




16.240 


8.573 


84.835 


109,648 


21.23 


11.21 


1 10.90 


143.34 


5. 5 


S1JPPI I FS C MUTFRI SLS 




65.567 


72.501 


72.018 


210.087 


85.71 


94.77 


94.14 


274.62 


1 0. 5 


INSTRUCTIONAL FO'IIP. 




28. 458 


1 .692 


3.168 


33.317 


37.20 


2.21 


4. I'- 


43.55 


1.7 


niiiFo rmiFCTS 




21 B 




8.668 


8,886 


.29 




ll. 33 


11.62 


. 4 


TOTiL 




1.245. 429 


367.325 


396.311 


2,009,065 


1628.02 


480. 16 


518.06 


2,626.24 


100.0 


PFRCFNT OF TOTAL 




62. 


18.3 


19.7 


100.0 













11-261 



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 




Pupil Accounting 





1983-84 












UNIT 


FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


900 


ENROLL 


841 


962 


932 


920 


915 


900 


ADM 


810 


937 


907 


907 


896 


900 


AOA 


767 


897 


872 


870 


861 


900 


MLO 


317 


945 


913 


921 


892 


900 


PROM 


782 


8 60 


880 


891 


870 


900 


N-P 
1984-85 


35 


85 


33 


30 


22 


UNIT 


FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


900 


ENROLL 


800 


916 


930 


933 


918 


900 


ADM 


774 


908 


923 


927 


916 


900 


AOA 


756 


886 


908 


908 


897 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



981 1037 1085 1041 1231 928 851 803 

967 1009 1058 1029 1140 

929 963 994 970 1044 

971 1001 1059 1027 1079 

964 965 1033 993 755 

7 36 26 34 324 



37 12611 



860 


797 


777 


45 


40 


12179 


795 


740 


715 


43 


39 


11499 


814 


769 


755 


45 


43 


12051 


753 


731 


718 


39 


36 


11270 


61 


38 


37 


6 


7 


781 



10 



895 1014 999 1055 1324 
892 1011 995 1051 1306 
875 989 963 1014 1237 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



833 


787 


755 


39 


36 


12234 


831 


783 


752 


39 


37 


12145 


801 


750 


718 


39 


36 


11777 



903 UNION COUNTY 



1 983-84 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



OTHER" TOTAL 



NUKBER 


PERCENT 


122 


17. T 


8 


1.2 


130 


18.8 


ei 


11.7 


7 


1.0 


83 


12.8 


119 


17.2 


1 


0.1 


120 


17.4 


10 


1.4 


2 


0.3 


12 


1.7 


60 


8.7 





0.0 


60 


8.7 


<.o 


5.3 


220 


31.9 


20 


2.9 


690 


100.0 



PU'LIC SR. INST NC 

PU5LIC SR. CUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE SR. Ir.ST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

CCMM COLL, TECH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TUTAL 

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

TkADc, BUSINESS NC 
TP..10S, 3USI OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

MIL 1TART 

EMPLOYMENT 

OTHERS «o 

GRAND TUTAL • •• 



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



11-262 



Union 



1984-85 Public School Personnel Summory 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT SOURCE OF FUNDS SEX RACE/ETHNIC CRIGI'J 

CLASSIFICATION STATE FEOERAL LCCAL VCCAT TOTAL MALE FEMALE WHITE BLACK OTHER 

OFFICIAL. AD-'S.,MGRS. 5 1 17 5 2 7 

PRINCIPALS 22 22 18 4 2 1 2 

ASST PRINC. TEACHING 

SSST PRINC.NONTEACHING 10 1 11 11 11 

ELEMENTARY TEACHEPS 215 13 23 10 3*1 23 313 300 41 

SFCONOARY TEACHFkS 136 4 38 178 72 106 154 20 

OTHFR TEACHERS 58 4 3 65 65 63 2 

GUIDANCE 12 1 13 4 9 1 4 

PSYCHOLOGICAL 11 2 2 2 

L I3RARIAN.AU010VISUAL 21 3 24 24 20 4 

CONSULTANT. SUPERVISOR 2 1 3 3 2 1 

OTHER PROFESSIONAL 6 1 7 7 6 1 

TEACHFR AIDES 144 18 13 175 175 143 3? 

TECHNICIANS 2 2 2 2 

CLER ICAL .SECRETAR IAL 35 2 17 1 55 1 54 52 3 

SFRVICE WORKERS 50 112 162 25 137 129 33 

SKILLED CRAFTS 15 28 43 43 40 3 

L AHORERS .UNSKILL El 1 11 1 

TOTAL 314 41 205 51 1111 210 901 965 146 

• VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE, 
22.64PCT FROM LOCAL. AND 10.08PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1983-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE 



IFa AOM STATE FEDERAL LOCAL TOTAL STATE FEDERAL LOCAL 
INI ON COUNTY 12. 179 

SAI.AHIFS 13.094.392 917.145 2.181.051 16,192,588 1075.16 75.31 179.08 

F'«Pir)YEE 3FNFFITS 2.692.317 218.196 477.414 3.387,926 221.06 17.92 39.20 

PU*C"4SC0 SFDVICC 385.650 121.429 775,653 1.282.731 31.67 9.97 63.69 

SUPPLIFS '. MATERIALS 836.277 376.464 1.560.905 2.823,647 72.77 30.91 128.16 

INSTRUCTIONAL EOUIP. 58.031 72.451 65.973 196.454 4.76 5.95 5.42 

OTHER OBJECTS 3.101 6.150 101.300 111.051 .25 .50 8.36 

TOTAL 17.119.768 1.711.834 5.162.796 23.994,397 1405.67 140.56 423.91 1.970.14 

PFRCFNT OF TOTAL 71.4 7.1 21.5 100.0 



NOITURE 






PFRCENT 


TOTAL 


OF TOTAL 


329.55 


6 7.5 


278.1« 


14. I 


105.33 


5. ? 


231.84. 


11. 8 


16.13 


.8 


9.11 





11-263 



Monroe 

Dr. Thomas H. Batchelor, Supt. 
Union County Courthouse 
Monroe, N. C. 28110 

4 Elementary Schools 
1 Secondary School 

6th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1983-84 
UNIT FINAL 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



901 ENROLL 



230 297 236 250 22! 



243 232 261 257 266 213 205 183 



901 
901 
901 
901 
901 



AOM 

ADA 

MLD 

PROM 

N-P 



225 
212 

224 

198 

26 



278 
266 
281 
246 
35 



232 
223 
235 
221 

14 



239 
229 
239 
229 

10 



226 
217 
226 
218 

a 



235 
226 
238 
2 36 
2 



281 
267 
207 
279 

8 



252 
237 
251 
248 
3 



251 
236 
254 
253 
1 



255 
233 
244 
163 

81 



200 
185 
188 
157 
31 



189 
175 
182 
162 
20 



177 
162 
173 
159 
14 



59 
53 
62 

62 



3210 
3099 
2921 
3084 
2831 
253 



1984-85 
UNIT FIRST MO 

901 ENROLL 
901 AOM 
901 ADA 



8 



10 



252 238 261 213 242 228 243 275 248 318 183 
249 237 259 211 240 225 242 271 248 317 182 
245 232 255 207 234 220 236 262 237 299 172 



11 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



175 174 

174 173 
165 166 



52 
52 

46 



310? 
3080 
2976 



1980-84 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



901 MONROE CITY 



AMERICAN BLACK 



PUJLIC SR. INST NC 
PUILIC SR. OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE SR- INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OUTSTATE 
TO'AL 

CD'-'.I COLL, TECH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUISTATE 
TOIAL 

TRADE. BUSINESS NC 
TRADE, BUSI OJTSTATE 
TCIAL 

MILITARY 

ENJOYMENT 
OTHERS •• 

GRAND TOTAL ••• 



OTHER* TOTAL 





TOTAL 


NUMBER 


PERCENT 


<.5 


27.6 


6 


3.7 


51 


31.3 


21 


12.9 


2 


■1.2 


23 


1<..1 


l<t 


B.6 


1 


0.6 


15 


9.2 


<. 


2.5 





0.0 


4 


2.5 


1* 


8.6 





0.0 


1<. 


6.6 


13 


9.0 


35 


21.5 


B 


"..9 


163 


100.0 



11-264 



Monroe 



1984-65 Public School Personnel Summory 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT SOURCE OF FUNDS SEX RACE/ETHNIC ORIGI' 

CI ASS IF ICAT10N STATE FEDERAL LCCAL VOCAT TOTAL MALE FEMALE WHITE BLACK OTI- 

OFFICIAL. ADMS..MGRS. 4 2 IS <• ? 6 

PRINCIPALS 5 5 5 5 

ASST PRINC. TEACHING 

ASST P3INC.N1NTEACHING 3 1 * 3 I 2 2 

ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 77 8 85 8 77 68 17 

SECONDARY TEACHERS 33 9 9 51 2* 27 42 9 

OTHFR TEACHERS 17 11 7 3 38 4 34 33 5 

GUIDANCE 3 1116 15 4 2 

PSYCHOLOGICAL 1 111 

I I8RARIAN. AUDIOVISUAL 6 2 8 8 7 1 

CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 11 13 12 3 

OTHER PROFESSIONAL 4 1 5 14 4 1 

TEACHER AIDFS 46 7 5 58 2 56 42 16 

TECHNICIANS 2 4 6 6 5 1 

CLERICAL .SECRETAR IAL 6 1 12 19 19 13 1 

SFRVICE WORKERS 9 31 40 6 34 2<- 16 

SKItLEO CRAFTS 1 4 5 5 3 2 

I ABORERS. UNSKILLED 

TOTAL 218 22 86 14 340 64 2 76 267 73 

* VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE. 

22. 64PCT FROM LOCAL. ANO 10.08PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1983-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED IW SOURCE .......... p ER p UP IL EXPENDITURE 

TOTAL STATE FEOERAL LOCAL 



4.884,597 1146,75 140.50 288.94 

1.035.867 224.03 29.43 80.80 

373.935 26.88 9.79 83.99 

762,671 53.21 78.68 114.21 

25,817 5.16 2.03 1.14 

78.212 .11 10. si 14.52 

7,161,100 1456.14 271.04 583.60 2.310.78 

100.0 





FINAL 






l FA 


ADM 




STATE 


n.NRrp city 


3.099 






SAI ARIES 




3 


553.772 


FVPLOYFF RFNFFITS 






694.267 


PURCHASED SFRV1CES 






33.315 


SIJOPI IFS t MSTFRIUS 






164, 836 


INSTRUCTIONAL SOU IP. 






15.996 


OTHFR Ofl.lFCTS 






336 


TOTAL 




« 


512.572 


PERCENT OF TOTAL 






63.0 



FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


435.399 


895.427 


91.204 


250.396 


30.334 


260.286 


243,838 


353.946 


6,3 00 


3.522 


32,894 


44.992 


819,969 


1.808.559 


11 . T 


25.3 





PERCENT 


TOTAL 


OF TOTAL 


1.576.19 


63.2 


334.26 


1 4.<. 


120.66 


5. 2 


246.10 


10. 7 


e.n 


.4 


25.24 


1. 1 



11-265 



VANCE 

Dr. Bob W. Gordon, Supt. 
128 Church Street 
Henderson, N. C. 27536 

10 Elementary Schools 

1 Secondary School 

2 Combined Schools 

3rd Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



i 963-64 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 






UNIT 


1983-34 
FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


910 
910 


ENROLL 

ADM 


565 

554 


586 
576 


536 
533 


543 
534 


546 
537 


611 
599 


633 

628 


711 
693 


656 

639 


686 
651 


661 
621 


513 

487 


521 

507 


17 
17 


71 
75 


7856 
7651 


910 


ADA 


528 


5 57 


516 


515 


521 


581 


606 


651 


595 


608 


588 


464 


477 


15 


66 


7288 


910 


MLO 


561 


573 


536 


532 


54 1 


601 


628 


637 


630 


635 


595 


474 


497 


16 


80 


7586 


910 


PROM 


520 


510 


479 


475 


456 


503 


565 


576 


497 


528 


52 3 


443 


453 




44 


6577 


910 


N-P 


41 


63 


57 


57 


85 


98 


63 


111 


133 


107 


72 


26 


44 


16 


36 


1009 


UNIT 


1984-85 
FIRST HO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TKH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


910 
910 
910 


ENROLL 

ADM 
AOA 


578 
571 

548 


584 
581 
567 


575 

568 
557 


541 

540 
530 


551 
548 
535 


552 
546 
534 


580 
576 
564 


637 

631 

607 


716 

706 
675 


641 

630 
584 


646 
634 

594 


550 
543 

518 


480 
472 
444 


16 
16 
15 


80 
77 
71 


7727 
7639 
7343 



910 VANCE CUUMTY 



PUBLIC SR. INST NC 
PUBLIC SR. OUT-STATE 

TOTAL 

PklVATE SR. INST NC 
PKt/ATE SR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

CO*M COLLt TECH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 

TOTAL 

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PKIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

TRADE, BUSINESS NC 
TRJOEt BUSI OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

MR TTA^Y 

EMPLOYMENT 

OTHERS •• 

GRAND TOTAL •«« 



103 

2 

105 



15.2 

1.0 

16.3 

5.1 
1.2 
6.4 

21.2 

0.4 
21.6 



0.6 
0.8 
1.4 

12.3 

34.3 
3.9 



100 



• INCLUDES HISPANICS. ALASKAN NATIVES. ANO ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANOERS 
••INCLUOES INFORMATION NOT AVAILABLE. MARRIED, ETC. 



11-266 



Vance 



1984-85 Public School Personnel Summory 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT 




SOURCE OF FUNDS 






V< 


RACE/ETHNIC llf 101 , 




CLASS IFICATION 


STATE 


FEDERAL LOCAL 


VtlCAT 


TOTAL 


MALE FEMALE 


WHITE BLACK OT.' 


ES 



OFF If. IAL .ACMS..MGRS. 2 2 4 3 1 

PRINCIPALS 13 13 12 1 

ASST PRINC, TEACHING 

ASST PRINC. NONTEACHING 7 1 8 6 2 

ELE"E'ITARY TEACHERS ISO 150 9 Ml 

SECONOARY TEACHERS 125 6 33 164 62 102 

OTHER TEACHERS 39 38 77 13 64 

GUIDANCE 6 3 3 12 3 9 

PSYCHOLOGICAL 1 1 2 2 

I IBRARIAN. AUDIOVISUAL 15 15 15 

CONSULTANT. SUPERVISOR 7 I 9 4 4 

OTHER PROFESSIONAL 112 4 * 

TFACHEd AIDES 100 6 11 117 3 114 

TFCHNICIANS 2 2 4 13 

CLERICAL .SFCRETAR IAL 35 2 2 39 39 

SFRVICE WOKKFRS 135 135 40 95 

SKILLED CRAFTS . 2? 22 22 

LABORERS. UNSKILLEO 

TOTAL 660 50 29 36 774 194 590 

♦ VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE, 
22. 64PCT FROM LOCAL. AND 10.0RPCT FROM FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1980-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENDEO RY SOURCE •»••••••»• PER PUPIL EXPENDITURE 



1 EA 


ADM 


STATF 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


ANCF COUNTY 


7.651 








SAt. a" IPS 




8. 189.259 


1.181.658 


1.514.983 


FMPLOYFF. RFN6FITS 




1.726.396 


273.502 


348.298 


PURCHASER SFRVICFS 




155.288 


22.493 


517.787 


SIIPPLIFS r. MATERIALS 




554.390 


541,992 


563. 769 


INSTRIICTIUNAt EOIIIP. 




114.530 


88.579 


47.989 


nTHFR OBJECTS 




5. 154 


53.501 


103.137 


muL 




10.744, 164 


2.161.725 


3.095.965 


PFOrF-JT OF TOTAL 




67.2 


n.5 


19.3 















PC-CENT 




TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


CF TOTAL 


to 


,885,900 


1070.35 


154.44 


198.01 


1,422.80 


>. B . 


2 


,348,196 


225.64 


35.75 


45.52 


306.91 


14. 7 




695,568 


20.30 


2.94 


67.68 


90.92 


<.. 3 


1 


660,061 


72.45 


70.94 


73.69 


216.98 


1 0.4 




251,106 


14.97 


11.58 


6 . 2 1 


32.82 


1.6 




161,822 


.6° 


6.99 


13.49 


21.15 


1.0 


16 


032,654 


1404.39 


282.54 


404.65 


2,091.58 


100.0 



11-267 



WAKE 

Dr. Robert E. Bridges, Supt. 

601 Devereux St., P. 0. Box 28041 

Raleigh, N. C. 27611 

61 Elementary Schools 

12 Secondary Schools 

8 Combined Schools 

3rd Education District 



i 




Pupil Accounting 





1983-84 


UNIT 


FINAL 


920 


ENROLL 


920 


ADM 


92 


ADA 


920 


MLO 


920 


PROM 


920 


N-P 




1984-85 


UNIT 


FIRST MO 



8 



10 



11 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



3835 4172 3865 4032 3970 3822 4385 4961 5032 5303 4530 4095 3770 

3646 3997 3696 3865 3819 3691 4248 4771 4899 4970 4226 3831 3626 

3419 3791 3530 3693 3649 3530 4013 4470 4556 4614 3926 3542 3342 

3654 4004 3732 3888 3851 3698 4248 4766 4879 4806 4061 3692 3528 

3414 3755 3582 3799 3800 3670 4040 4474 4600 4012 3516 3360 3288 

51 28 208 292 279 794 545 332 240 



240 249 150 



89 



159 
153 
144 
157 
131 
26 



74 9 
803 
729 
882 
847 
35 



56730 
54241 
50948 
53846 
50288 
3558 



8 



10 



11 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



920 ENROLL 4054 4010 4023 3034 3943 3966 4043 4443 4883 5567 4654 4008 3848 148 892 56316 
920 ADM 4002 3980 3998 3812 3922 3944 4018 4423 4848 5488 4586 3949 3809 148 869 55796 
920 ADA 3877 3880 3904 3725 3829 3854 3905 4271 4649 5261 4412 3774 3631 145 814 53931 



1963-64 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



920 WAKE COUNTY 









MALE 










FEMALE 








TOTAL 


AMERICAN 
INDIAN 


BLACK 


WHITE 


OTHER* 


TOTAL 


AMERICAN 

INDIAN 


BLACK 


WHITE 


OTHER* 


TOTAL 


NUHSER 


PERCENT 


PUBLIC SR. INST NC 
PLMLIC SR. O'JT-STATE 
TOTAL 







93 
4 
97 


527 

20 

547 


3 
1 

9 


628 

25 

653 


1 

1 


110 

5 

115 


551 

12 

563 


7 


7 


669 
17 

686 


1297 

42 

1339 


38.1 

1.2 

39.3 


PRIVATE SR. IWST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OUTSTATE 
TCIAL 



1 


17 
2 
19 


53 
2? 
ft 








71 

95 







35 

7 
42 


126 
28 
154 







161 
35 
196 


232 

59 

291 


6.8 
1.7 
6.5 


CC'H CCLLt TECH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TUI AL 







57 
2 
59 


215 

3 

218 


4 


4 


276 

5 

281 







68 

2 

70 


156 
6 

162 







224 

8 

232 


5 00 

13 

513 


14.7 
0.4 
15.1 


PRIVATE JR. CULL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OJTSTATE 
TUTAL 








7 
1 
8 


52 

1 

53 







59 

2 

61 







1* 


14 


68 
4 
72 







82 
4 
86 


141 

6 

147 


4.1 
0.2 
4.3 


TRAJE. BUSINESS NC 
TRO=, bUSI OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 








4 
1 

5 


7 
3 

10 







11 

15 








36 

4 
40 


65 
2 

67 


1 



1 


102 

6 
108 


113 

10 

123 


3.3 

0.3 

3.6 


MIL ITARY 


a 


88 


65 





153 





30 


13 





43 


196 


5.8 


EMPLOYMENT 





1 35 


190 





325 





119 


141 





260 


5B5 


17.2 


OThlks •• 





28 


56 


I 


85 





41 


86 





127 


212 


6.2 


GRAND TOTAL •»• 


1 


4 39 


12ft 


1* 


1668 


1 


471 


1253 


8 


1738 


3406 


100.0 



11-268 



Wake 



1964-85 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT 




SOURCE OF FUNDS 






S?< 


RACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 


CLASS 1FICATI0N 


STATE 


FEDERAL LCCAL 


VOCAT 


TOTAL 


MALE FEMALE 


WHITE BLACK OTHER 



211 


LQ 


209 


1 -<5 


764 


1 30 


SB* 


237 


144 


1 44 




92 



OFFICIAL .ADMS..MGRS. 19 3 25 47 22 25 38 8 

PRINCIPALS 78 78 48 30 61 17 

ASST PRINC. TEACHING 

JSST PRINC. N'JNTEACHING 56 1 57 36 21 37 20 

ELEMENTARY TFACHERS 1030 60 179 1269 48 1221 993 262 

SFCONOARY TEACHERS 1186 42 172 219 1619 4*6 1173 1281 329 

OTHER TEACHERS 

GUIDANCE 73 15 88 1* 74 52 36 

PSYCHOLOGICAL 4 2 4 10 2 8 9 1 

I IBRARIAN.AUOIOV ISUAL 79 12 91 1 90 74 17 

CONSULTANT. SUPERVISOR 15 2 6 23 4 19 17 6 

OTHER PROFESSIONAL 34 16 15 65 6 59 52 13 

TEACHES AIDES 638 122 40 800 26 7 74 609 188 

TECHNICIANS 29 29 29 24 5 

CLER ICAL . SECRETAP IAL 107 5 107 

SERVICE WORKERS 15 749 

SKILLED CRAFTS 34 110 

L ABORERS.UNSK ILL ED 28 28 28 

TOTAL 3368 252 1492 219 5331 1044 42 

* VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE, 

22.64PCT FROM LOCAL, ANO 10.03PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1983-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



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

FINAL 
IFA 

WAKF COUNTY 

5AIA0IFS 57.894.228 4.774.835 23.554.746 86.223.809 1067.35 88.03 434.26 1,589.64 66.3 

FMBLOYFF sfnefits 11. 8ns. 201 1.070.251 4.807.B76 17,766,329 219.17 19.73 8b. 64 327.54 13.6 

PURCHASED SFRVICES 2.559,024 190.470 6,822,045 9,571,539 47.18 3.51 125.77 176.46 7.4 

SUPPLIES L MATFPISLS 3.971,461 2.222.061 7,671,762 13.865,284 73.22 40.97 141.44 255.63 10.7 

INSTRUCTIONAl FOUIP. 1.138.255 231,463 115.593 1,487.311 20.99 4.30 2.13 27.42 1.1 

OTHFP. OBJECTS 

TOTAL 

PFRCENT flF TOTAL 



FINAL 
ADM 




STATE 




FEDERAL 




LOCAL 




TOTAL 


STATE 


FEOERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


4.741 




























57 


894.228 


4 


774.835 


23 


554.746 


us 


223.809 


1067.35 


88.03 


434.26 


1.589.64 




11 


888, 201 


I 


070.251 


4 


807. B76 


1 7 


766,329 


219.17 


19.73 


8b. 64 


327.54 




2 


559,024 




190.470 


6 


822.045 


9 


571.539 


47.18 


3.51 


125.77 


176.46 




3 


971 ,461 


2 


222,061 


7 


671.762 


13 


865.284 


73.22 


40.9 7 


141.44 


255.63 




1 


138.255 




233,463 




115,593 


1 


487.311 


20.99 


4. 30 


2.13 


27.42 






112.752 




248,007 




764,742 


1 


125,501 


2.08 


4.57 


14.10 


20.75 




77 


563.921 
59.7 


B 


739,087 

6.7 


43 


736.765 

35.6 


130 


,039,773 

100.0 


1429.99 


161.11 


806.34 


2,397.44 



11-269 



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 





1983-84 


































UNIT 


FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


930 


ENROLL 


238 


277 


211 


262 


236 


242 


226 


258 


239 


324 


272 


262 


206 


9 


29 


3341 


930 


ADM 


230 


273 


209 


252 


232 


235 


219 


251 


277 


299 


260 


251 


200 


10 


28 


3226 


930 


ADA 


216 


2 60 


200 


241 


222 


224 


211 


237 


260 


257 


231 


224 


179 


8 


26 


2996 


930 


MLD 


235 


277 


213 


254 


235 


235 


223 


249 


271 


291 


258 


247 


196 


10 


29 


3223 


930 


PROM 


232 


253 


203 


247 


227 


235 


223 


229 


263 


148 


218 


201 


185 


10 


29 


2903 


930 


N-P 
1984-85 


3 


24 


10 


7 


8 






20 


8 


143 


40 


46 


11 






320 


UNIT 


FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


930 


ENROLL 


226 


255 


252 


211 


253 


232 


232 


246 


24* 


398 


182 


263 


192 


8 




3194 


930 


AOM 


225 


251 


252 


209 


251 


232 


230 


244 


241 


388 


177 


258 


195 


8 




3151 


O30 


ADA 


218 


243 


245 


204 


247 


227 


223 


233 


227 


349 


166 


232 


167 


8 




2989 



1983-84 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



IRKFN COUNTY 





TOTAL 


NUMBER 


PEP.CENT 


31 


L4.fi 


1 


0.5 


32 


15.0 


10 


<..? 


2 


•0.9 


12 


5.6 


29 


13.6 





0.0 


29 


13.6 





0.0 





0.0 





0.0 


6 


2.H 





0.0 


6 


2.8 


32 


15.0 


55 


25.3 


".7 


22.1 


213 


100.0 



PRIVATE SR. P.ST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OoTSTATE 
TOTAL 

CO'M CPLL. TECH NC 
C.C. TCCH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 



TOTAL 
MILITARY 
EMPLOYMENT 
OTHtHS •• 
GRAN? TOTAL 



INCLUDES HISPANICSt ALASKAN NATIVES. AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
o»I.\CLUDCS INFORMATION NOT AVAILABLE, MARRIEOt ETC. 



11-270 



Warren 



1984-65 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT SOURCE OF FUNDS SEX RACE/ETHNI 

CLASSIFICATION STATE FEDERAL LOCAL VOCAT TOTAL MALE FEMALE WHITE BLA 

OFFICIAL .ADMS..MGRS. 7 \ 3 2 12 

PRINCIPALS 9 9 8 13 

ASST OBINC. TEACHING 

ASST PRINC.NONTEACHING 1 111 

FLEMFNTJRY TEACHERS 82 82 15 67 37 

SECONDARY TEACHERS 32 1 33 10 23 14 

OTHER TEACHERS 19 25 1 20 65 18 47 26 

GUIDANCE 4 4 13 1 

PSYCHOLOGICAL 

I inRARIAN. AUDIOVISUAL 6 1 7 7 4 

CONSULTANT. SUPERVISOR 3 1116 15 3 

OTHER PROFESSIONAL 2 2 2 1 

TEACHER AIDES 37 1 38 38 8 

TECHNICIANS 1 I ll 

CLERICAL. SECRETARIAL 7 2 11 20 20 11 

SERVICE WORKERS 21 39 60 14 46 5 

SKILLED CRAFTS 7 7 14 14 1 

I ABORERS .UNSK ULED 

TOTAL 232 36 56 21 345 84 261 126 2 

• VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE. 
22. 64^CT FROM LOCAL. AND 10.08PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1963-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE »»«*»•«•*« PER PUPIL EXPENDITU 



LiA 


.1 IH 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TO 


TBI 


OF TOT 


RRFN COUNTY 


3.226 






















SALARIFS 




3.823.818 


758.216 


500,003 


5,082,037 


1185.31 


235.03 


154.99 


1.575 


33 


',5. 2 


FMPI OYFF OFNFF ITS 




788.661 


183.459 


111.036 


1,380,155 


244.47 


55.94 


34.42 


334 


83 


13.9 


pimrHssFn sfbvicfs 




93.519 


55.679 


275.751 


424,949 


28.99 


17.26 


85.48 


1 31 


73 


5.5 


^IPPPLIFS L MATFOISLS 




314. 4R7 


362.066 


262.258 


938,81 1 


97.49 


112.23 


81.29 


291 


01 


12.0 


INSTBur.TtnNAI FOII1P. 




134.426 


17,939 


20,495 


172,860 


41 .67 


5.56 


6.35 


53 


5 8 


2. 2 


OTHFP ORIFfTS 




917 


44.293 


48.953 


94,163 


.28 


13.73 


15.17 


29 


18 


1. 2 


TOTAL 




5. 155.828 


1.418.653 


1.213.495 


7.792,975 


1598.21 


439.75 


377. TO 


2.415 


bt, 


100. 


FPCFNT OF TOTAL 




66.2 


18.2 


1 5.6 


100.0 















11-271 



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 



1983-8* 

UNIT FINAL 

9*0 ENROLL 

9*0 ADM 

9*0 ADA 

9*0 KLD 

9*0 PROM 

9*0 N-P 



8 



10 



11 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



227 221 21* 210 21* 207 2*8 26* 263 255 266 258 2*8 

223 215 208 199 211 203 2*7 261 259 236 2*8 2*8 2*3 

211 20* 198 191 202 195 233 2*7 2*2 222 230 231 226 

222 215 207 201 211 205 2** 263 260 226 2*3 2*5 238 

202 20* 200 196 207 19* 233 2*0 2*9 209 235 239 233 

20 11 7 5 * 11 11 23 11 17 8 6 5 



15 


5 


3115 


15 


5 


3021 


1* 


5 


2851 


16 


5 


3001 


8 


5 


285* 


a 




1*7 



1984-85 
UNIT FIRST MO 

9*0 ENROLL 
9*0 ADM 
9*0 ADA 



e 



10 



li 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



212 219 202 210 205 217 21* 2*8 25* 281 22* 2*5 239 
210 219 203 205 20* 217 211 2*7 25* 279 218 239 23* 
20* 21* 196 199 199 210 205 237 2*2 26* 208 226 222 



16 


6 


2992 


16 


6 


2962 


15 


6 


28*7 



1 963-64 High School Groduote Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



940 WASHINGTON COUNTY 









MALE 










FEMALE 






NUMBER 


TOTAL 


A 


*ERICAN 
I NO I AN 


BLACK 


WHITE 


OTHER* 


TOTAL 


AMERICAN 
INDIAN 


BLACK 


WHITE 


OTHER* 


TOTAL 


PERCENT 


PU3LIC SX. INST NC 
PUBLIC SR. OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 







8 


e 


7 


7 







15 

15 







28 

1 

29 


21 

I 

22 







49 
2 
51 


64 

2 
65 


27.7 
0.9 
28.6 


PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SP.. OJTSTATE 
TOTAL 







4 














4 



4 







2 
2 

4 


1 

1 







3 

2 
5 


7 
2 
9 


3.0 
0.9 
3.9 


CJ-1 CULLt TECH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 








7 


7 


7 


7 







14 

14 







6 

6 


15 


15 








21 

21 


35 

35 


15.2 
0.0 
15.2 


PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 







2 


2 


2 


2 







4 

4 







12 

12 


5 


5 







17 


17 


21 


21 


9.1 
0.0 
9.1 


TRAOE. BUSINESS NC 
TRADEt OUSI OUTSTATE 
TUTAL 








6 

6 



5 
5 








6 
5 
11 







10 


10 












10 

10 


16 

5 

21 


6.9 
2.2 
9.1 


MIL ITARY 





13 


2 





15 

















15 


6.5 


EMPLOYMENT 





11 


12 





23 





6 


13 





19 


42 


18.2 


CJTHCHS •« 





7 


7 





14 





5 


3 





8 


11 


9.5 


GRANT TOTAL ••• 





58 


42 





100 





72 


59 





131 


231 


100.0 



11-272 



Washington County 



1984-85 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMFNT SOURCE CF FUNDS SEX RACE/ETHNIC LrflGr 

CLASSIFICATION STATE FEDERAL LOCAL VOCAT TOTAL MALE FEMALE WHITE BLACK DTf 

OFFICIAL. ACMS..MGRS. 2 2 112 

PRINCIPAl S 7 7 6 14 3 

ASST PRIVC, !F*U*ISS 

ASST PRINC.N •;!» ACHING 2 2 2 11 

FLEMENTARY TEACHERS 73 73 7 66 40 33 

SECONDARY TEACHERS 30 3 33 8 25 19 14 

f-THER TEACHEPS 16 17 7 17 57 16 41 41 16 

GUIDANCE 4 4 13 3 1 

PSYCHOLOGICAL 

I IBRARIAN. AUDIOVISUAL 6 6 6 4 2 

CONSULTANT. SUPERVISOR 3 1 15 3 2 4 1 

OTHER PROFESSIONAL 2 2 2 11 

TFACHER AIDES 34 2 3 39 4 35 IB 21 

TECHNICIANS 1 1 11 

CLER ICAL. SECRETARIAL 8 18 17 17 12 5 

SFRVICE WORKERS 15 15 30 7 23 4 26 

SKIILED CRAFTS. 5 7 12 12 6 6 

L ABORERS .UNSK ILLEO 

TOTAL 207 21 44 18 290 69 221 160 130 

* VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE, 
22. 64PCT FROM LOCAL, AND 10.08PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1983-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENDEO BY SOURCE «.»»»»«««« per PUPIL EXPENDITURE 

FINAL 
LEA 

JASHINf-.TflN COUNTY 
SM AOIFS 

F*IPLnYFF BFNFF ITS 
PUKCHASED SEavlCFS 
SriPPI IPS C MATERIALS 
INSTRUCTIONAL EQUIP. 
TTHFR T8JFCTS 

Titoi 4.565.469 1. 073.593 1.078.838 6.717,919 1511.25 355.37 357.12 2,223.74 

PFRCFNT (IF TOTAL 67.9 16.0 16.1 100.0 



FINAL 








ADM 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


3.021 










3.485.532 


575.996 


533.595 




717.915 


119,334 


113.778 




47.800 


32.455 


174. 182 




239. 394 


314,288 


233.728 




74. 134 


30.957 


4.468 




7? 3 


563 


19,087 




4, 565,498 


1.073.593 


1.078,838 




67.9 


16.3 


16.1 













PERCENT 


TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


OF TOTA 


595,124 


1153.77 


190.66 


176.63 


1.521.06 


68.4 


951,027 


237.64 


39.50 


37.66 


314.80 


14. 2 


254,437 


15.82 


10.74 


57.66 


84.22 


3. 8 


787,399 


79.24 


104.03 


77.37 


260.64 


11.7 


109,559 


24.54 


10.25 


1.48 


36.27 


1.6 


20,372 


.24 


. 19 


6.32 


6.75 


. 3 



11-273 



WATAUGA 

Dr. Lester J. Propst, Jr., Supt, 
P. 0. Box 112 
Boone, N. C. 28607 

8 Elementary Schools 
1 Secondary School 

7th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1983- 84 
UNIT FINAL 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



950 ENROLL 

950 ADM 

950 ADA 

950 MLO 

950 PROM 

950 N-P 



339 367 358 322 357 358 376 395 413 470 344 380 284 



326 
299 
323 
315 



350 
325 
349 
333 
16 



350 
329 
355 
346 
9 



306 
288 
306 
302 

4 



345 
325 
340 
339 
1 



350 
327 
347 
342 
5 



369 
347 
366 
365 
1 



331 
355 
378 
375 
3 



410 
385 
410 
409 
1 



438 
392 
421 
387 
34 



324 
295 
318 
301 
17 



357 
322 
344 
308 
36 



273 
245 
267 
250 

17 



25 
23 
25 
I 
24 



10 

9 

13 

13 



4800 
4614 
4266 
4562 
4386 
176 



1984-85 
UNIT FIRST MO 

950 ENROLL 
950 AOM 
950 ADA 



328 340 355 350 312 
326 338 352 348 310 
311 327 342 336 298 



10 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



349 


355 


366 


379 


444 


403 


334 


321 


26 


10 


4672 


345 


352 


365 


376 


442 


399 


331 


318 


26 


10 


4638 


336 


340 


352 


363 


425 


383 


312 


301 


24 


9 


4459 



1 963-64 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



951 WATAUGA CO'JNTY 



PUBLIC SR. INST NC 
PU°LIC SR. OUT-STATE 
TUTAL 

PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OJTSTATE 
TOTAL 

CUMM COLL. TECH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TUTAL 

PRIVATE JR. CULL NC 
PMvATE JR. OJTSTATE 
TOTAL 

TRACE, BUSINESS NC 
TRAOF, oUSI OuTSTATE 
TO*AL 

MILITARY 

EMPLOYMENT 
OTHERS «• 
GRAND TOTAL ♦«• 



NUHBER 


PERCENT 


79 


30.9 


3 


1.2 


82 


32.0 


13 


5.1 


6 


2.3 


19 


7. A 


35 


13.7 





0.0 


35 


13.7 


1 


0.<. 


1 


0.4 


2 


0.9 


3 


1.2 


1 


o.<> 


<. 


1.6 


7 


2.7 


73 


29.5 


3*. 


13.3 


256 


100.0 



INCLUDES HISPANICS, ALASKAN NATIVES, ANO ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANOERS 
•INCLUDES INFORMATION NOT AVAILABLE, MARRIED, ETC. 



11-274 



Watauga 

1984-65 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT SOURCE OF FUNDS SEX RACE/ETHNIC LV>IGI« 

CLASS IFIC4UL1N STATE FEDERAL LOCAL VOCAT TOTAL MALE FEMALE WHITE BLACK QTI 

OFFICIAL .AMS..MGRS. 2 1 3 2 13 

PRINCIPALS 9 9 7 2 9 

ASST PR INC. CACHING 1 111 

ASST PR! NC.NONTEACHING 4 4 2 2 4 

ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 103 16 119 9 113 119 

SECONDARY TEACHERS 51 3 4 17 75 37 38 75 

r^THER TEACHERS 35 15 1 4 55 13 42 55 

GUIDANCE 4 1 5 2 3 5 

PSYCHOLTGICAL 2 2 112 

L IBRARIAN, AU0I0V1SUAL R 1 9 9 9 

CONSULTANT. SUPERVISOR 2 1 1 * 1 3 * 

OTHER PROFESSIONAL 1 111 

TEACHER AIDES 56 6 4 66 1 65 60 

TECHNICIANS 1 11 1 

CLERICAL . SECRETARIAL 9 9 18 18 18 

SERVICF WORKERS 15 47 62 16 46 62 

SKII LED CRAFTS 7 5 12 12 12 

I ABOKERS .UNSK illeo 

TOTAL 309 19 92 26 446 93 353 446 

* VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE, 
22.64PCT FROM LOCAL. AND 10.08PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1983-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 







AMOUNTS EXPEND 


EO BY SOURCE 








....... 


•«* PER 


PUPIL EXPENDITURE 




i et 


FINAL 
ADM 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 




TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


PERCENT 
OF TOTAL 


ATAI10A COUNTY 


4.614 






















SALARIES 




5.386.253 


523,728 


1.051.785 


h 


.961,767 


1167.37 


113.51 


227.96 


1,508.84 


t 7. 6 


EMPIOYFE BENEFITS 




1.100.970 


121 .896 


260.014 


1 


.482,879 


233.61 


26.42 


56.3 5 


321.38 


14.4 


purchased spsvir.FS 




43.565 


20.145 


263.381 




327,091 


9.*« 


4. 37 


57.08 


70.89 


3.2 


SIIPPLTFS C MATFR1ALS 




418. 163 


298, 562 


525.373 


1 


.242 .098 


90.63 


64.7 1 


113.86 


269.20 


12.1 


I NSTPUCTinNAL FOIIIP. 




123. 175 


10.817 


24.388 




158.380 


26.70 


2.34 


5.29 


34.33 


1.5 


n T HFR DRJFr.TS 




55* 


40,562 


56.927 




98,045 


.12 


B.79 


12.34 


21.25 


1.0 


TOTAL 




7.072.633 


1.015,710 


2. 181.867 


10 


270.261 


1532.87 


220.14 


472.88 


2,225.89 


100.0 


PERCENT OF TOTAL 




- 8. 1 


9.9 


21.2 




100.0 













11-275 



WAYNE 

Dr. John K. Wooten, Jr., 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 





1983-8* 










UNIT 


FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


960 


ENROLL 


1051 


1152 


1037 


1039 


960 


ADM 


99 5 


1086 


96 8 


992 


960 


ADA 


937 


1034 


929 


9*8 


960 


MLD 


982 


1070 


958 


978 


960 


PROM 


9*4 


1015 


914 


954 


960 


N-P 
1984-85 


33 


55 


44 


24 


UNIT 


FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


960 


ENROLL 


1026 


1069 


1060 


95C 


960 


AOM 


1008 


1057 


1053 


938 


960 


ADA 


974 


1020 


1024 


914 



10 



992 1084 1034 1207 1089 1052 1041 

948 1035 1002 1163 1051 1000 

914 992 960 1104 992 

943 1025 937 1160 1039 

921 1013 968 1096 989 

22 12 19 64 50 



L001 964 1041 1051 1176 1058 
995 956 1037 1039 1163 1046 
971 928 1004 1003 1112 1003 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



052 


1041 


928 


827 


31 


164 


13728 


000 


98 7 


884 


803 


31 


171 


13116 


937 


917 


823 


742 


29 


157 


12415 


978 


957 


856 


791 


33 


174 


12933 


914 


871 


816 


769 


29 


159 


12372 


64 


86 


42 


22 


4 


15 


561 



11 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



996 


907 


839 


29 


186 


13353 


985 


900 


835 


29 


184 


13225 


944 


855 


791 


28 


173 


12744 



1963-64 High School Groduote Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



■560 JAYNE COUNTY 



l 


KERICAN 
INDIAN 


BLACK 


WHITE 


PUUIt SR. INST NC 
PUBLIC SR. OUT-STATE 
TO'AL 









20 
2* 


52 

1 

53 


PRIVATE SR. Ir.ST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 











11 
3 
H 


CC-M COLL. TECH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 









21 

21 



66 


PPIVJTE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 












8 
*. 
12 


trade, business nc 
tkaof, dusi ojtstate 

TOTAL 











3 


3 


MILITARY 







39 


26 


EMPLOYMENT 







32 


5* 


OTHERS «» 







13 


18 


GRA.NO TOTAL ••• 







135 


270 



107 


10/ 



106 

3 

109 



146 

3 

149 



NUMBER 


PERCENT 


151 


18.6 


9 


l.l 


160 


19.8 


40 


"..9 


4 


.0.5 


44 


5.4 


2 53 


31.2 


3 


0.", 


256 


31.6 


32 


4.0 


7 


0.9 


39 


4.1 


12 


1.5 





0.0 


12 


1.5 


88 


10.9 


159 


19.6 


52 


6.4 


8 10 


100.0 



INCLUDES HISPANICS, ALASKAN NATIVES. AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
UtiCLUcES INTUHMATION NOT AVAILABLE. MARRIED. ETC. 



11-276 



Wayne 



1984-85 Public School Personnel Summory 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMFNT 




SOURCE OF FUNDS 




SEX 


RACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 


CLASSIFICATION 


STATE 


FEDERAL LOCAL VOCAT 


TOTAL 


MALE FEMALE 


WHITE BLAC>< OTHFR 



OFFICIAL .A0MS..MGRS. 5 1 

PRINCIPALS 21 

ASST PRINC. TEACHING * 

ASST PRINC.NONTEACHING 10 

ELEMENTARY T FACHF" S 263 10 21 

SECONDARY TEACHEftS 165 19 3 6; 

OTHFR TEACHERS 112 1 

GUIDANCE 15 15 

PSYCHOLOGICAL 2 2 

I IBRARIAN. AUDIOVISUAL 21 1 22 

CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 4 13 19 

GTHFrf PROFESSIONAL 1 1 10 12 

TEACHER AIDES 16* 11 11 1 187 

TECHNICIANS 2 13 6 

CLERICAL .SECRETAR IAL 48 10 58 

SERVICE WORKERS 47 110 157 

SKILLED CRAFTS 14 30 44 

I ABORFRS .UNSK ILI EO 2 4 6 

TOTAL 898 47 206 64 1215 



294 


10 


284 


2M 


249 


S9 


160 


2li 


113 


.'1 


9 2 


8 ) 



VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE. 
22. 64PCT FROM LOCAL. AND IO.08PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1983-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE *«.»«*•»»« per PUPIL EXPENDITURE 

TOTAL STATE FEDERAL 



18.889,033 1109.07 129.04 

3,968,565 229.13 26.97 

1.289,819 14.30 1.67 

3,112,243 82.38 47.24 

461,347 16.59 3.68 

208,197 5.44 

27.929,204 1451.47 214.04 463.87 2,129.38 

100.0 





FINAL 










LEA 


ADM 




STATE 


F60ERAL 


LOCAL 


WAYNF COUNTY 


13. 1 16 










SALARIES 




14 


546.602 


1,692.470 


2.649.960 


cyp LPY c E BFNEFITS 




3 


005.236 


353.782 


609.548 


PliarHASFD SERVICES 






187. 619 


21.920 


1.080.280 


SlIPPI Its t "ATFRI ALS 




1 


080.517 


619, 597 


1.412. 129 


INSTRUCTIONAL FOUIP. 






217,568 


48.324 


195.455 


OTHER OBJECTS 






33 


71,294 


136.870 


TOTAL 




19 


037,576 


2.807, 386 


6.084.242 


PFRCFNT OF TOTAL 






68.1 


10.1 


21.8 







PERCENT 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


OF TOTAL 


202.04 


1,440.15 


67.6 


46.4 7 


302.57 


14. 3 


82.36 


98.33 


*. 6 


107.66 


237.28 


1 1.1 


14.90 


35.17 


1.7 


10.44 


15.88 


.7 



11-277 



Goldsboro 

Kenneth H. Brinson, Supt. 
2001 Royal Ave., Drawer 1797 
Goldsboro, N. C. 27533 

5 Elementary Schools 
1 Secondary School 
1 Combined School 

2nd Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



UNIT 


1983-84 
FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


962 

962 


ENROLL 
ADM 


40 8 
381 


446 
425 


405 
386 


366 

360 


363 
347 


3 80 
371 


414 
404 


385 
371 


42 8 
411 


408 
359 


344 
32 8 


376 
355 


338 
331 


37 
35 


65 
64 


5163 
492 8 


962 


ADA 


356 


403 


369 


346 


333 


357 


386 


350 


385 


325 


302 


326 


305 


33 


55 


4631 


962 


MLD 


376 


421 


389 


365 


343 


373 


400 


362 


402 


351 


319 


347 


327 


35 


65 


4875 


962 


PROM 


359 


386 


375 


357 


339 


358 


390 


335 


374 


279 


281 


2 86 


301 


35 


65 


4520 


962 


N-P 


17 


35 


14 


8 


4 


15 


10 


27 


28 


72 


38 


61 


26 






355 


UNIT 


1984-85 
FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


962 
962 
962 


ENROLL 

ADM 
ADA 


367 
362 
345 


411 

401 
384 


403 
396 

385 


389 
383 
374 


370 
362 
349 


356 

351 
341 


371 

365 
357 


423 
413 
396 


361 

352 
337 


442 
415 
392 


319 

305 
290 


303 
292 
272 


326 
315 
297 


31 

29 
27 


71 
68 
63 


4943 

4809 
4609 



1 983-84 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



962 G0L0SOORO CITY 



OTHER* TOTAL 





TOTAL 


NUMBER 


PERCENT 


78 


25.1 


9 


2.9 


87 


23.0 


16 


5.1 


5 


1.6 


21 


6.3 


65 


20.9 


8 


2.6 


73 


23.5 


7 


2.3 



7 


0.0 
2.3 


3 


2.6 


1 


0.3 


9 


2.9 


71 


22. i 


32 


10.3 


11 


3.5 


311 


100.0 



public sr. inst nc 
public sr. 'jut-state 
total 

private sr. inst nc 
private sr. outstate 

TOTAL 

CO'M COLL, TFCH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TUTAL 

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TUTAL 

TRADE, BUSINESS NC 
TRADE, BUSI OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

MILITARY 

EMPLOYMENT 
OTHtRS.»» 
GRAND TUTAL ««• 



11-278 



Goldsboro 



1984-85 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT 




SOURCE 


OF FUNDS 






SEX 


RACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 


CL ASS IF ICATION 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


VOCAT 


TOTAL 


HALE FEMALE 


WHITE ALAC" IIH" 



OFFIC IAL .A0MS..MGRS. 
PRINCIPALS 
ASST PRINCtTEACHING 
ASST PRINC.NT1TEACHING 
FLEM C NTARY TEACHERS 
SECONDARY TEACHERS 
^THFR TEACHERS 
GUIDANCE 
PSYCHOLIGICAL 
I IBP ARIAN. AUDIOVISUAL 
CONSULT ANT. SUPER VISOR 
nTHER PROFESSIONAL 
TFACHFR AIDES 
TECHNICIANS 
CLER ICAL.SECRETAR IAL 
SERVICE WORKERS 
SKILLED CRAFTS 
I ABORFRS. UNSKILLED 
TOTAL 



VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE. 
22.64PCT FROM L^CAL. AND 10.08PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1983-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 

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

FINAL PERCENT 

L f_i 4I)M STATE FEOERAL LOCAL TOTAL STATE FEDERAL LOCAL TOTAL OF TOTA 

cninSBonn city 4.978 

SAIARIFS 5. 665. 570 1.170.612 1. 435. 426 8.271,607 1149.67 237.54 291.28 1.678.49 66.9 

F «p L nYFF BFNFFITS 1.165.680 263.965 325.022 1.754,667 236.54 53.56 65.95 356.05 14.2 

PlI°CHAS?r> SFRVICFS 94.T93 69,772- 476.070 640.635 19.24 14.16 96.61 130.91 5.2 

SUPPLIES C MATFRlAlS 303.203 529.272 702.443 1.539.917 62.54 107.40 142.54 312.48 12.4 

INSTRUCTIONAL FO-.J IP. 65.560 37.833 12.373 115.766 13.30 7.68 2.51 23.49 .9 

TTHFR OB.IFrTS 443 19.741 29.588 49,772 .09 4.01 6.00 10.10 .4 

TOTM 7.300.247 2.091,194 2.980.922 12.372.364 1481.38 424.35 604.89 2.510.62 100.0 

PCRCFMT TF TnTAL 59.0 16.9 24.1 100.0 



11-279 



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 



1983-84 
UNIT FINAL 

970 ENROLL 
970 ADM 
970 ADA 

MLD 

PROM 



970 
970 
970 N-P 



807 
784 
723 
782 



1984-85 
UNIT FIRST MO 

970 ENROLL 
970 ADM 
970 AOA 



859 802 

855 

805 



760 792 
22 53 



845 789 834 839 
747 A08 637 



8 



49 849 884 947 1011 1006 1055 

929 1006 
885 946 

926 1012 

920 1003 
6 9 



789 837 840 868 
744 793 798 825 



26 



8 66 
859 

7 



11 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



006 


1055 


835 


736 


727 


28 


6 


11401 


987 


994 


785 


694 


686 


29 


9 


11092 


922 


915 


731 


652 


646 


27 


8 


10420 


985 


956 


744 


666 


660 


31 


13 


10948 


984 


792 


637 


637 


645 


31 


13 


10465 


1 


164 


107 


29 


15 






483 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 



K I 2 3 4 5 6 

807 831 840 787 820 848 867 924 1012 1104 906 697 660 

800 831 838 788 816 843 862 921 1010 1096 899 691 656 

768 804 814 763 790 818 836 894 975 1040 852 659 627 



46 4 11153 
46 4 11101 
43 3 10686 



1 963-84 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



970 WILKES COUNTY 



PUBLIC SR. INST NC 
PU"LIC SR. OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OUTSTATE 
TOIAL 

CCH COLL. TECH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TCIAL 

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

TPJUE, BUSINESS NC 
TRADE, BUSI OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

MILITARY 

EHfLOY>'ENT 

OTHERS eo 

GRANO TOTAL »•• 



107 





1 06 











107 





108 



111 



111 



116 



116 





TOTAL 


NUMBER 


PERCENT 


8<t 


12.3 


2 


0.3 


86 


12.6 


26 


3.3 


11 


1.6 


37 


5.<> 


22<i 


32.9 





0.0 


22* 


32.8 


11 


1.6 


1 


0.1 


12 


1.8 


5 


0.7 


5 


0.7 


10 


l.S 


37 


5.*, 


227 


33.2 


50 


7.3 


683 


100.0 



11-280 



Wilkes 



1984-85 Public School Personnel Summory 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT SOURCE OF FUNDS SEX RACE/ETHNIC GPIGIN 

CLASSIFICATION STATE FEDERAL LOCAL VnCAT TOTAL MALE FEMALE WHITF BLACK OT"E 



"FF1CIAL ,A0MS.,MGRS. 6 I 

PRINCIPALS 22 

ASST RRINC. TEACHING 

ASST PRINC.NONTEACHTNG 7 

ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 270 1 9 

SECONDARY TEACHERS 83 4 

OTHER TEACHERS 90 34 5 

GUIDANCE 12 1 

PSYCHOLOGICAL 3 

L IRRARIAN. AUDIOVISUAL 20 1 

CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 5 2 1 

OTHER PROFESSIONAL 7 2 1 

TEACHER AIDES 133 10 

TECHNICIANS 1 3 

CLER ICAL .SECRETAR I AL 24 1 21 

SERVICE WORKERS 30 122 

SKILLED CRAFTS 10 18 

I A80RERS. UNSKILLED 

TOTAL 723 50 187 



VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE, 
22.f-i.PCT FROM LOCAL, AND 10.08PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1963-64 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 





FINAL 


AMOUNTS EXPENDED 


BY SOURCE 












PUPIL E 


XPENOITURE 


PERCENT 


lea 


ADM 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 




TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


OF TOTAL 


ILKE.S county 


11.09? 






















SALARtFS 




12.579.964 1 


.298,758 


1.715.450 


15 


.594,172 


1134.15 


117.09 


154.66 


1,405.90 


69. 7 


eiPi OYFF RENFF ITS 




2.467,804 


2 76,3 05 


576,071 


3 


320,179 


222.49 


24.9 1 


51.94 


299.34 


14. 8 


PIIT.HASFD SFRV1CFS 




278. 498 


69,910 


490.069 




838,478 


25.11 


6.30 


44.18 


75.59 


3. y 


SIIPPLIFS £ MATERIALS 




821.560 


575,033 


898.390 


2 


294,983 


74.07 


51.84 


80.99 


206.90 


10. 3 


1 NSTQIJCTinNAI EOllIP. 




196. 136 


38.460 


26.120 




260,716 


17.68 


3. -.7 


2.35 


23.50 


1.2 


othfr objects 




22.554 


5.297 


49.709 




77,560 


2.03 


.48 


4.4? 


&.?q 


.3 


THT3L 




16.366.516 2 


.263,763 


3.755.809 


22 


386,087 


1475.53 


204.09 


338.60 


2.018.22 


100.0 


PFRCFNT OF TOTAL 




71.1 


10.1 


16.8 




100.0 













11-281 



WILSON 

Inl. 0. Fields, Jr., Supt. 

117 N. Tarboro St., P. 0. Box 2048 

Wilson, N. C. 27893 

19 Elementary Schools 
3 Secondary Schools 

3rd Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



UNIT 


1983-8* 
FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


980 


ENROLL 


994 


1012 


866 


904 


935 


988 


1028 


1057 


1088 


1214 


1050 


890 


908 


65 


139 


13138 


960 


ADM 


953 


981 


840 


879 


909 


958 


1002 


1027 


1053 


1151 


1001 


853 


8B3 


64 


151 


12705 


980 


ADA 


891 


932 


805 


844 


876 


920 


961 


975 


990 


1058 


932 


795 


622 


59 


139 


11999 


930 


MLD 


950 


971 


835 


881 


899 


953 


998 


1019 


1049 


1116 


975 


842 


370 


62 


169 


12589 


980 


PROM 


907 


874 


810 


864 


871 


932 


933 


996 


1026 


846 


863 


792 


846 


46 


160 


1 1768 


980 


N-P 


43 


97 


25 


17 


28 


21 


65 


23 


23 


270 


112 


50 


22 


16 


9 


821 


UNIT 


1984-85 
FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


980 
980 
980 


ENROLL 

AOM 

ADA 


911 

904 
873 


1025 

1018 
986 


8 84 
881 
856 


829 

828 

806 


893 
891 
870 


882 
879 
860 


1007 

1003 

973 


976 

970 
938 


1022 

1016 

978 


1284 
1268 
1206 


955 

938 
897 


888 
875 
831 


828 
816 
779 


59 
59 
56 


150 
150 
144 


12593 
12496 
12053 



1 963-64 High School Groduote Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



9CO WILSON COUNTY 



PUBLIC SR. INST NC 

PLPLIC SR. OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OUTSTATE 
TUTAL 

CC'-VI COLLt TECH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
TO'AL 

TRAOC. BUSINESS NC 
TRAOE, SUSI OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

MILITARY 

EMPLOYMENT 

OTHtRS o« 

GRAND TOTAL »•« 



130 



130 



NUMBER 


PERCENT 


18<. 


21.2 


<, 


0.5 


183 


21.4 


66 


7.6 


10 


1.2 


7b 


8.7 


187 


21.5 





0.0 


137 


21.5 


*2 


*.a 





0.0 


".2 


A. 3 


1<. 


1.6 


1 


0.1 


15 


1.7 


119 


13.7 


131 


15.1 


111 


12.8 


869 


100.0 



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



11-282 



Wilson 



i 984-85 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT 




SOURCE 


OF FUNDS 




SE 


" 


RACF/ETHNIC ORIGIN 


TL ASS IFICAT [ON 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LCCAL VOCAT 


TOTAL 


HALE 


FEMALE 


WHITE BLACK OTHER 



OFFICIAL. ADMS..MGRS. 8 13 12 

PRINCIPALS 22 22 
ASST PRINC. TEACHING 

ASST P3INC.N0NTEACHING 12 12 

FLEMC^TARY TEACHERS 2«2 22 36 350 

SECONDARY TEACHERS 130 8 138 

OTHER TEACHERS 91 11 62 164 

GUIDANCE 15 15 

psychological 3 l 4 

L IBRARIAN. AUDIOVISUAL 22 22 

CONSULTANT, SUPERVISOR 3 3 * 10 

OTHFR PROFESSIONAL 12 3 •> 

TEACHER AIDES 15* 77 44 275 

TECHNICIANS 3 19 22 

CLERICAL. SECRETAR IAL 31 21 52 

SERVICE wOPKERS 185 185 

SKILLED CRAFTS 12 2* 36 
I ASI'KFRS .UNSK ILL ED 

TOTAL 799 117 4 09 1325 



VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE. 
22. 64PCT FROM LOCAL. AND 10.38PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1983-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 







J" 


3UNTS EXPEND 


FD 8Y SOURCE 












PUPIL EXPENDITURE 


....... 


LEA 


FINAL 
ADM 




STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 




TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


PERCENT 
OF TOT»L 


II SON COUNTY 


12.705 
























SALARTFS 




l 1 


941.328 


1.924,296 


2.930.120 


1 i 


,795,743 


1097.31 


151.46 


230.63 


1 .479.40 


68.7 


FMO10YFF BENEFITS 




2 


903.536 


462.030 


633.585 


4 


004,120 


228.93 


36.37 


49.8 7 


315.17 


14. 6 


PlIRCHASSH iFRVICFS 






217.632 


93.868 


660,448 




961,917 


17.13 


6.5 


51 .93 


75.71 


3.5 


V.JOPIIES C WATFRIALS 






95?. 319 


9M.082 


1 . 165.933 


3 


075,331 


75.43 


74.3 6 


91.77 


242.06 


11.2 


I •.-•:■■•:-■. • r; , I :> . 






154.931 


173,295 


112.950 




4-.1.176 


12.19 


13.64 


8.89 


34.72 


1.5 


othfr objects 






960 


41 .988 


55. 704 




98,653 


.08 


3.5? 


4.38 


7.76 


.4 


TOTAL 




1° 


181.646 


3.616,559 


5.558,737 


27 


376,941 


1431.07 


286.23 


437.52 


2.154.82 


130. 3 


PFCr.F'JT OF TOTAL 






66.4 


13.3 


20.3 




100.0 













11-283 



YADKIN 

Cleve C. Hollar, Supt. 
Main Street, Box 98 
Yadkinville, N. C. 27055 

8 Elementary Schools 
2 Secondary Schools 
1 Combined School 

7th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



UNIT 


1983-8* 
FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 TMH EXCP 


TOTAL 


990 


ENROLL 


323 


3 67 


338 


384 


365 


3 77 


411 


439 


465 


428 


465 


436 


343 


28 


11 


5180 


990 


ADM 


318 


353 


331 


377 


356 


366 


403 


428 


459 


405 


440 


409 


336 


29 


11 


5021 


990 


ADA 


296 


332 


317 


361 


340 


352 


385 


412 


439 


381 


408 


375 


309 


25 


10 


4742 


990 


MLO 


320 


355 


333 


378 


360 


367 


402 


423 


459 


393 


429 


395 


337 


29 


11 


4991 


990 


PROM 


318 


335 


329 


372 


359 


361 


402 


421 


459 


342 


405 


382 


331 


4 


10 


4830 


990 


N-P 
1984-85 


2 


20 


4 


6 


1 


6 




2 




51 


24 


13 


6 


25 


1 


161 


UNIT 


FIRST HO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


TMH 


EXCP 


TOTAL 


990 
990 
990 


ENROLL 

AOH 

ADA 


350 
345 
333 


344 
343 
329 


349 
349 
340 


341 
340 
332 


380 
377 
366 


377 
376 
365 


375 
375 
364 


401 
399 
384 


421 

420 
404 


482 
479 
462 


384 

382 
364 


404 
403 
3 84 


391 

387 
367 


28 
29 
27 


10 
10 
10 


5037 
5014 
4831 



1963-64 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



990 YADKIN COUNTY 






MALE 










FEMALE 








TOTAL 


AMERICAN 
INDIAN 


BLACK 


WHITE 


OTHER* 


TOTAL 


AMERICAN 
INDIAN 


BLACK 


WHITE 


OTHER* 


TOTAL 


NUMBER 


PERCENT 


PU5LIC SR. INST NC 
PU?.LIC SR. OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 












14 

14 







14 


14 







1 

1 


32 

32 







33 


33 


47 



47 


13.5 
0.0 
13.5 


PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 













5 
1 
6 








5 
1 
6 







1 


1 


6 

1 

7 







7 
1 
8 


12 
2 

14 


3.5 
0.6 

4.0 


CO*rl COLLi TECH NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TuTAL 














4S 

I 

45 








45 

I 
46 







6 

6 


35 

35 







41 

41 


86 

1 

87 


24. 3 
0.3 
25.1 


PRIVATE JR. CJLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 
THTAL 








































3 

3 







3 

3 


3 

3 


0.9 
0.0 
0.9 


TRAOEt BUSINESS NC 
TRADE, euSI OJTSTATE 
TOTAL 














1 



1 







1 



1 







1 



1 


3 

3 







4 


4 


5 

5 


1.4 

0.0 
1.4 


MILITAPY 





2 


8 





10 





1 


2 





3 


13 


3.7 


EMPLOYMENT 





4 


67 





71 





4 


54 





58 


129 


37.2 


OTHERS •« 





I 


25 





26 





1 


22 





23 


49 


14. t 


CRA'IO TUTAL •«• 





7 


167 





174 





15 


159 





173 


347 


100.0 


« INCLUDES HISPANICSt 
• ft NCLUtH S INI HKMAT IT 


ALASKAN 
NOT AV 


NATIVES 
ULAbLF, 


ANO ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
MAPRIEO, ETC. 






















II 


-284 

















Yadkin 



1984-85 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT 




SOURCE OF FUNDS 






SE < 


RACE/ETHNIC OP 


I ", I -. 


CLASSIFICATION 


STATE 


FEDERAL LOCAL 


VOCAT 


TOTAL 


HALE FEMALE 


WHtlE BLACK 


OTHFP 



OFFICIAL .ADMS..MGRS. 
PRINCIPALS 
ASST "RISC. TEACHING 
ASST PRINC.NONTEACHING 
ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 
SECONDARY TEACHERS 
OTHER TFACHERS 
GUIDANCE 
PSYCHOLOGICAL 
L I '1RAR I AN. AUDIOVISUAL 
CONSULT ANT. SUPER VISOR 
OTHER PROFESSIONAL 
TEACHFR AIDES 
TECHNICI ANS 
CLER ITAL .SECRETARIAL 
SERVICE WOPKERS 
SKILLED CRAFTS 
LABORERS. UNSKILLED 
TOTAL 



» VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE. 
22. 64=>CT FROM LOCAL, AND 10.08PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1983-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 







AMOUNTS EXPENDED 


BY SOURCE 








• •****• 


•»• PER 


PUPIL EX 


PENDITURE 




LEA 


F INAL 
ADH 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 




TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


PERCENT 
OF TOTAL 


AOKtN COUNTY 


5.021 






















SAI AR1FS 




5.740.531 


658.551 


901.090 


7 


.300,172 


1143.30 


131.16 


179.46 


1,453.92 


66.2 


FMPI OYFE RFNFF ITS 




1.188. 370 


147.408 


192.797 


1 


,528.574 


235.68 


29.36 


38.40 


3.04 . 4 4 


1 S.9 


P|:PCHASED SFRVICFS 




82. 102 


42.915 


364.758 




490.575 


16.51 


8.55 


72.65 


57.71 


4.5 


SUPPLIFS C MATERIALS 




471.097 


274.229 


714.498 


1 


.459,824 


93.83 


54.62 


142.30 


290.75 


13.2 


INISTRUCTIO-oAl EQUIP. 




119, 967 


15.442 


6.734 




142,143 


23.89 


3.08 


1.34 


28.31 


1. 3 


oti'fp objects 




1.532 


26.931 


73.263 




101,726 


.3 1 


b.-!-:, 


14.59 


20.26 


.9 


TOT4L 




7.60 4. 399 


. 16S.475 


2.253.140 


11 


.023,015 


1514.52 


232. 13 


448.74 


2.195.39 


100.0 


PfarFMT OF TOTAL 




69. 


10.6 


20.+ 




100.0 













11-285 



YANCEY 

Sidney W. Zullinger, Supt. 
621 West Main Street 
Burnsville, N. C. 28714 

8 Elementary Schools 
1 Secondary School 

8th Education District 




Pupil Accounting 



1983-84 
UNIT FINAL 



10 



1 1 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



995 
995 
995 
995 
995 
995 



ENROLL 

ADM 

ADA 

MLD 

PROM 

N-P 



1984-85 
UNIT FIRST MO 

995 ENROLL 
995 ADM 
995 ADA 



180 
174 
149 
176 
175 
1 



206 
193 
174 
194 

177 
17 



218 
212 
194 
210 
202 

a 



223 
218 
201 
221 
217 
4 



208 
204 
188 
209 
208 
1 



216 
217 
201 
218 
2 17 
1 



244 
238 
219 
241 
228 
13 



246 
240 
219 
238 
228 
10 



232 
225 
207 
227 
22 3 
4 



8 



243 
233 
211 
233 

191 
42 



225 
220 
203 
214 
203 
11 



10 



212 

204 
188 
196 
191 
5 



11 



199 195 186 208 218 207 228 243 239 265 204 205 
197 195 188 206 217 205 229 241 238 262 203 202 
187 186 178 197 209 197 216 229 226 246 194 191 



171 
171 
158 

174 
170 



2833 
2758 
2519 
2760 
2639 
121 



12 TMH EXCP TOTAL 



190 


7 


2794 


192 


7 


2782 


181 


6 


2643 



1 983-64 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



995 YANCEY COUNTY 



PU?LIC SR. INST NC 
PU^LlL S3. OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE SR. INST NC 
PRIVATE SR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

COVM COLL, TECrl NC 
C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 
TOTAL 

PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OuTSTATE 
TOTAL 

TRA0E, BUSINESS NC 
TRADE, EUSI OUTSTATE 
TOTjl 

MIL ITARY 

EMPLOYMENT 

OTHEKS oo 

&RAN0 TOTAL ,«, 





TOTAL 


NUMBER 


PERCENT 


15 


9.0 


3 


1.5 


18 


10.9 


17 


10.2 


1 


0.6 


13 


10.8 


A-8 


28.9 


1 


0.6 


<>9 


29.5 


1 


0.6 


1 


0.6 


2 


1.2 


3 


1.3 





0.0 


3 


l.a 


6 


3.6 


52 


31.3 


18 


10.8 


166 


100.0 



11-286 



Yancey 



1984-85 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT SOURCE OF FUNDS SEX RACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 

CI ASSIFICATIUN STATE FEDERAL LOCAL VOCAT TOTAL MALE FEMALE WHITE BLACK OTHF 

OFFICIAL .ADMS..MGRS. 3 1 4 2 2 4 

PRINCIPALS 9 9 7 2 9 

ASST PRINC. TEACHING 

ASST PRINC.NONTEACHING 2 2 2 2 

ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 69 4 3 76 16 60 76 

SECONDARY TEACHERS 27 I 10 38 18 20 33 

OTHFR TFACHERS 17 U 1 29 11 18 28 1 

GUIDANCE 4 15 1*5 

PSYCHOLOGICAL 

I IBRARIAN. AUDIOVISUAL 4 4 1 3 4 

CONSULTANT. SUPERVISOR 1 111 

OTHER PROFESSIONAL 

TFAfHFP AIDES 31 3 6 40 3 37 39 1 

TECHNICIANS 2 2 2 2 

CLERICAL .SECPETAR IAL 11 I 3 15 15 15 

SERVICE WORKERS 10 42 52 16 36 52 

SKULEO CRAFTS 5 3 8 8 8 

LABORERS. UNSKILLET 

T"TAL 195 17 53 20 285 37 198 283 2 



* VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE. 
22.640CT FROM LOCAL. AND 10.03PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1983-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENDED BY SOURCE «.«.»«««»» pep. PUPIL EXPENDITURE 

FINAL 

LEA ADM STATE FEDERAL 

YANCCY COUNTY 2.753 

SALARIES 3,220.857 334,486 

C'.PIOYEF 3ENFFITS 667.012 83.028 

PIIRCHASFD SF3VICFS 17,430 37,358 

SIIPP1 (FS f. MATERIALS 273.215 160.366 

INSTmlCTIONAI FOUIP. 103.433 10,129 

OTHFR Ofi.lFr.TS 725 11,803 

TOTAL 4,237.671 637,171 

PFRr.FNT nf TOTAL 73.1 11.7 



11-287 

















PERCENT 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LO 


AL 


TOTAL 


OF TOTAL 


342.680 


3.948,023 


1167.82 


139.41 


124 


25 


1.431.4S 


67. 3 


70.677 


820,717 


241.85 


30.10 


25 


63 


297.58 


13.9 


261. 149 


315,937 


6.32 


13.55 


94 


69 


114.56 


5.4 


176. 386 


614,967 


ICO. 88 


58.15 


61 


05 


222.98 


1 3. 5 


15.207 


128.769 


37.50 


3.67 


5 


51 


46.68 


2.2 


28.710 


41,238 


.26 


4.28 


10 


41 


14.95 


.7 


894.810 


5,869,651 


1554.63 


249. 16 


324 


44 


2.128.23 


100.0 


15.2 


100.0 















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 




Hyde 
Martin 
Pasquotank 
Perquimans 



Pitt 

Greenville 
Tyrrell 
Washington 



Pupil Accounting 



1983-84 

FINAL 

ENROLL 

ADM 

ADA 

MLD 

PROM 

N-P 



4731 
4567 
4305 
4533 
4273 
260 



1984-85 
FIRST no 

FNR 
ADM 
ADA 



1 

5018 
4853 
4641 
4847 
4373 
474 



4640 
4593 
44*9 



4453 
4324 
4154 
4317 
4070 
247 



4845 
4801 
4671 



4532 
4379 
4221 
4385 
4179 
206 



4640 
4609 
4497 



4 

4637 
4528 
4367 
4526 
4335 
191 



4584 
4467 
42 99 
4467 
4233 
2 34 



4319 

4290 
4185 



4724 
4605 
4420 
45 87 
4313 
274 



4405 
4385 
4272 



4610 
4574 
4460 



4538 
4504 
4389 



5183 
5047 
4809 
5039 
4683 
356 



4742 
4699 
4546 



8 

5026 
4876 
4619 
4851 
4556 
295 



5010 
4971 
4788 



5539 
5207 
4843 
5089 
4254 
835 



10 

4342 
4548 
4245 
4410 
3904 
5 06 



11 

4475 
4231 
3957 
4118 
3805 
313 



5518 4733 4182 
5392 4620 4075 
5128 4394 3877 



12 

4027 
3992 
3634 
3849 
3653 
196 



TMH EXCP TOTAL 



232 
224 
203 
226 
178 
48 



263 
269 
248 
2 72 
253 
19 



62266 
60017 
56965 
59516 
55062 
4454 



TMH EXCP TOTAL 



4062 


226 


282 


60752 


39R2 


223 


273 


59991 


3801 


204 


259 


57920 



1963-64 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



331 NO"THF»S T 








"ALE 










FFMALE 






1 


■>7«L 


AMERICAN 


BLACS 


mm 


OTHFR* 


TOTAL 


A»FR ICAN 


BLACK 


W^TTF 


r|THP9* 


TOTAL 


K'j«3C0 


ocrcuT 




1NO 


AS 










IN3IAN 














"j'Lir sr. inst nc 




1 


241 


273 


2 


517 


3 


358 


?9« 


4 


663 


1177 


31 ,! 


F'JBtir S». "JT-STATF 







1 


4 


1 


P. 





18 


12 


3 


33 


39 


1.3 


TOT At 




1 


744 


777 


3 


525 





376 


313 


4 


693 


1716 


37.7 


private s«- [«(ST NC 




1 


21 


n 





43 





38 


SO 


1 


8T 


133 


'.4 


PRIV4TF SR. 3JTSTATF 




9 


7 


13 


1 


20 





9 


15 


3 


24 


44 


1.? 


t^tal 




a 


27 


35 





f>-> 


3 


45 


65 


1 


111 


\ "> 


4.5 


CC«» --- LL , TEC" NC 




o 


79 


195 


3 


277 





211 


264 


1 


476 


'S3 


19.= 


C.C. ' r CH O'JT-STATE 







t 


2 


3 


3 





4 


7 


3 


11 


14 


". 4 


TPTAL 







80 


197 


3 


2«3 


3 


215 


271 


1 


4R7 


75' 


73.3 


PRIVATE JR. CCLL NC 




3 


11 


25 





36 





7 T 


43 


3 


73 


106 


7.3 


PR.IV4TE J». 0J T ST4TF 




3 


a 














1 


3 


3 


4 


4 


9. ! 


T-T1L 







n 


25 





35 


3 


28 


45 





74 


! !3 


7.9 


TRAOE, f-'.!S?»*fS$; NC 




o 


1 5 


13 





25 





3? 


17 


3 


'.'. 


7? 


1.9 


T'."-".. 5USI 3UTSTATE 




1 


4 


25 





29 





10 


9 


1 


19 


/.1 


1 . > 


TOTAL 




3 


19 


"9 





57 





4? 


71 





" 


173 


3. ' 


MILITARY 




3 


777 


M 





297 


3 


55 


12 


3 


6» 


360 


°.S 


E»°l-)V><FNT 







195 


J - " 1 





417 





153 


165 





313 


735 


1". '. 


C-THER5 *» 




3 


61 


55 


i 


124 





97 


82 





174 


?o« 


7.9 


■J'J'.'O T0T4L •*« 




1 


861 


925 


7 


179* 


3 


1337 


97? 


6 


1955 


3779 


103.0 



» INCLIIDFS HISPAVTCS. ALASKAN NATIVES, ANO ASIAN "9 PACIFIC TSIANHFPS 
•♦INCLUOES INFORMATION NOT AVAILABLE, NA'RIED, ETC. 



11-288 



Northeast Regional Education Center 

1984-85 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



SSSIGNMENT 



SOURCE OF FUNOS 



RACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 



CLASS IFICATION 



STATE FEOERAL LOCAL 



MALE FEMALE 



OFFICIAL. A 0MS..MGRS. 

PRINCIPALS 

ASST PRINC. TEACHING 

ASST PRINC. NONTEACHING 

ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 

SECONDARY TEACHERS 

OTHFR TEACHERS 

GUIDANCE 

PSYCHOLOGICAL 

I I9R ARIAN. AUDIOV ISUAL 

CONSULTANT. SUPER VISOR 

OTHER PROFESSIONAL 

TFACHER AIDES 

TECHNICIANS 

CI ERIC AL .SECRETAR IAL 

SERVICE WORKERS 

SKII LEO COAFTS 

LABORERS. UNSKILLED 
TDTAL 



1544: 
713 
231 

6h 



13 2 2 


19 7 


1635 


10 5 3 


*28 


6 25 


417 


52 


2 25 



6 13 

2=>6 
106 



1 2 7 


1 317 




i 1 1 


232 


561 


1257 


237 


320 


363 


- 1 


144 


125 


19 


97 



VPCATIO-ML TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.2RPCT FROM STATE, 
22. 64PCT FROM LOCAL. AND 10.D9PCT FhOM FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1983-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 







JM 


DUNT 


! EXPENDFO. 9 


Y SO 


irce 










PER P 


IPIL EXP 


NDI TURE 




PERCENT 


l Fi 


ADM 


STATE 




FEDERAL 






LOCAL 






TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


OF TOTAI 


REGION 1 


60.017 






























SALARIES 


67. 599 


883.68 


10 


908.498. 12 


14 


.644 


.722.52 


93 


15 i 


104.32 


1126.35 


181.76 


244.01 


It 552. 12 


66.7 


FMPLOYEE BENEFITS 


14.063 


071.10 


2 


510.845.52 


3 


1 -2 


.346.17 


1 3 


736 


262.79 


234.32 


41.84 


52.69 


328.85 


14.2 


PIIRCHASEO SERVICES 


1.446 


805.93 




485. 133.23 


4 


.272 


110.40 


6 


:s 


049.51 


24.11 


3. aa 


71.19 


103.37 


4 .4 


SIJPPI IES t. MATERIALS 


4.434 


956.27 


* 


729, 198. 31 


7 




586.49 


16 


430 


74 1. 3 7 


73.90 


78.80 


121.08 


273.78 


11.8 


INSTRUCTIONAL EOUIP. 


1.567 


480.93 




645.060.26 




353 


181. 31 


3 


365 


722.50 


26.12 


10.75 


14.22 


51.09 


2.2 


OTHFR ORJFCTS 


20 


918.39 




339. 316.49 




606 


663.35 




96 6 


898.73 


. 35 


5.65 


10.11 


16. 11 


.7 


TOTAL 


R9.133 


116.20 


i a 


618.052.48 


32 


325 


610.24 


139 


5 5', 


778.92 


1485.15 


326.88 


513.29 


2. 325.32 


100.0 


PERCENT OF TOTAL 




63. = 




14.1 






22.1 






100.3 













11-289 



SOUTHEAST REGIONAL EDUCATION CENTER 
(REGION 2) 

C. T. Fleetwood, Director 
612 College Street 
Jacksonville, N. C. 28540 



Administrative Units Served: 



Brunswick 

Carteret 

Craven 



New Bern 
Duplin 
Greene 



Lenoir 

Kins ton 
New Hanover 




1983-8* 
FINAL 

ENROLL 

*A DA 
MLD 

'prom 
!n-p 



1984-85 
=IRST MO 

ENR 
ADM 
ADA 



Pupil Accounting 



ii 



12 



TMH EXCP TOTAL 



9612 10504 
9028 9907 



8416 

8983 

8545 

438 



9382 
9870 
3784 
1086 



95 04 
9023 
8611 
8971 
8400 
571 



9457 
9063 
8666 
9046 
8686 
360 



9552 
9143 
8754 
9099 
8787 
312 



9790 
9440 
9029 
9422 
9161 
261 



9570 10443 9746 
9119 

9647 

8982 

665 



8 



9111 9328 

9519 10388 

9204 9548 

315 840 



0576 


10170 


8473 


7851 


549 


816 


127631 


9835 


9417 


7911 


7531 


541 


829 


121427 


9133 


8681 


7340 


7013 


491 


754 


114328 


9497 


9019 


7648 


7411 


536 


857 


119913 


8073 


7731 


6962 


7015 


479 


805 


111162 


1424 


1238 


6 86 


396 


57 


52 


8751 



10 



11 



12 



9221 10050 9487 8941 9191 9168 9570 10051 10287 10752 9513 8314 7648 
9064 9920 9395 8837 9118 9098 9492 9977 10181 10527 9330 8159 7524 
8705 9567 9116 8596 8865 8845 9212 9607 9778 10033 8883 7760 7183 



TMH EXCP TOTAL 

527 788 123508 

518 772 121912 

483 732 117365 



1983-64 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



002 SOUTHEAST 






"ALE 










FE-ALF 








TOTAL 


A«=<UC4N 
IN0IAN 


rlack 


KHITE 


OTHER* 


TOTAL 


AMERICAN 
INOI AN 


BLACK 


WHITE 


oth^r* 


TOTAL 


VJWUCB 


BE'CrvT 


PUBLIC SR. INST NC 
OJ3LIC SR. OUT-STATE 

TD'AL 


5 

5 


213 

22 

235 


5 8* 

29 

613 


8 
1 

9 


bio 

5? 

86? 


1 
1 

2 


343 

9 

35? 


634 

?6 

660 


6 
6 


984 

35 

1020 


179* 

88 

188? 


?4. 7 

1.2 

25. o 


ORIVATE S°. INST NC 
"IVATE SR. O'JTSTATE 
TOTAL 







55 

5 

60 


"T 

n 

120 




2 
2 


152 
30 
182 






83 

7 

90 


140 

18 
158 


1 

1 


??4 

?5 
249 


3^5 

*5 

*31 


' .7 


zn*n coLtt tf-m nc 

C.C. * C CH 1UT-KTATF 
TDTBL 


4 



4 


182 
2 

184 


401 

13 

514 


B 

1 
9 


795 
16 

Bll 


5 

5 


3*8 
5 

353 


TOT 

15 

81? 


8 
1 

9 


1150 

'1 

1 1 7? 


1053 

37 

1990 


25." 

0.5 

?7.4 


RRIVAT; j». COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. 0UTST4TE 
TCTAL 








19 

* 

23 


54 

5 

60 









10 
83 








3* 
1 

35 


76 

2 

78 


1 



1 


Ill 

3 
114 


18* 
13 

19"» 


?.5 
?.7 


TRA?F. BUSINESS NC 
T»!if, BUST. O'JTSTATE 
T 0TAL 





9 


11 
2 
13 


24 

7 
31 







35 

9 

44 








58 
4 

5? 


78 

5 

83 







S3S 

9 
14S 


I'M 

18 
189 


7. 4 
0.? 
?.5 


»!UTS»r 


1 


**l 


?13 


I 


656 





105 


37 


l 


1*3 


799 


11. 


cwD L n Y yc NT 


7 


258 


530 


I 


791 





?35 


360 


l 


595 


1387 


1°.'. 


^"■'E'S *» 





79 


98 


3 


180 





8? 


135 


? 


?19 


399 


5.5 


IRAN5 TOTAL *** 


12 


1293 


2279 


25 


3609 


7 


1314 


2323 


21 


3555 


T?T* 


ipa.n 



• IMCL'JOES HISPANICS, ALASKAN NATIVES, AN3 ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
*»INCLU0ES INFORMATION NOT AVAILABLE, "ARRIEO, ETC. 



11-290 



Southeast Regional Education Center 



1984-85 Public School Personnel Summory 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT 




SOURCE 


OF FUNDS 






SEX 




RACE/ETHNIC OR 


5 IN 


CLASS IFICATION 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


VOCAT 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


WHITE 


BLACK 


OTHER 


OFFICIAL. ADMS.,MGRS. 


17 


13 


24 


3 


11* 


79 


3 5 


99 


15 




PB INCIPALS 


21 1 




1 




212 


1 7< 


36 


156 


^6 




ASST PRINC. TEACHING 


13 




1 




1* 


10 


* 


3 


6 




ASST PRINC. NONTEACHING 


i 19 




to 




12'? 


96 


33 


3 7 


*2 




FLEMENTARY TEACHERS 


28 7* 


60 


1*0 


27 


3101 


239 


2*h2 


2343 


743 


15 


SECONDARY TEACHERS 


1*03 


52 


91 


320 


1866 


662 


120* 


1436 


4 16 


14 


OTHFR TEACHERS 


706 


3 1 3 


1 17 


167 


130 3 


2 12 


101 1 


995 


303 


5 


GUIDANCE 


1 33 


10 


17 


7 


167 


37 


1 30 


121 


45 


1 


PSYCHOLOGICAL 


17 


3 


1 




21 


3 


13 


21 






L IBRARIAN. AUDIOVISUAL 


1 9 B 




11 




20? 


5 


204 


163 


40 


1 


CONSULT ANT. SUPER VISOR 


40 


16 


2* 


11 


91 


33 


53 


75 


16 




OTHER PROFESSIONAL 


66 


15 


33 


1 


135 


36 


90 


102 


32 


1 


TEACHFR AIDES 


1539 


1 37 


121 


13 


1780 


16 


1764 


' 145 


63 


5 


TECHNICIANS 


12 


* 


29 




*5 


23 


2 2 


37 


3 




CLERICAL. SECRETARIAL 


301 


31 


299 


5 


635 


6 


6 29 


496 


1 36 


3 


SERVICE WORKERS 


137 


i« 


U20 




13 06 


437 


1369 


756 


1039 


11 


SKILLED CRAFTS 


92 




1 90 




2'2 


2 30 


2 


221 


59 


2 


LABORERS. UNSKILLED 


U 




3 




«2 


21 


21 


21 


21 




TOTAL 


B*10 


723 


2260 


559 


11952 


2*61 


94 91 


8287 


3607 


58 



VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE, 
22.64PCT FROM LOCAL. AND 1D.03PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNOS. 



1983-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 







AMOUNT 


; EXPENDED. 


BY SOURCE 










PER PU 


PIL EXPENDITURE 




PERCENT 


El 


A OH 


STATE 




FEDERAL 




LOCAL 






TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


OF TOTAL 


RFGION ? 


121.427 




























SAI ART FS 


133.489 


777.19 


1 7 


742.624.28 


28.304 


551.79 


ITS 


536 


953.26 


1099.34 


146.12 


233. 10 


1,478. 56 


6 6.9 


FHPIHYCF HENFFITS 


27.601 


437.20 


3 


938.240. 16 


6.330 


260.01 


37 


869 


937.37 


227.31 


32.43 


52.13 


311.87 


14.1 


PilRr.HASFO SFRVICES 


3.016 


958.04 




858.327.22 


9.912 


310.68 


1 3 


78 ' 


595.94 


24.85 


7.07 


81.63 


113.55 


5.1 


S1IPPLIFS £ MATERIALS 


8.624 


873.62 


3 


622. 139.94 


13,941 


909.00 


3 1 


13 3 


922.56 


71.03 


71.01 


114.82 


256.86 


1 1 .6 


INSTRurririNAi fouip. 


2.591 


637.07 




833.512.25 


761 


114.61 


4 


236 


263.93 


2 1 .34 


7.28 


6.27 


34. 89 


1.6 


OTHFR OBJECTS 


50 


000.19 




703. 196.49 


1 .123 


583.27 


1 


33 1 


779.95 


.41 


1.7', 


9.29 


15.49 


.7 


TOTAL 


175.374 


683.31 


32 


748.040.34 


60,378 


729.36 


26? 


501 


453.01 


1444.28 


269.70 


49 7.24 


2,211.22 


100.0 


PFRCENT OF TOTAL 




65.3 




12.2 




22.5 






100.0 
















11-291 



CENTRAL REGIONAL EDUCATION CENTER 
(REGION 3) 

Sam Shugart, Director 
P. 0. Box 549 
Knightdale, N. C. 27545 

Administrative Unist Served: 



Durham Franklin 

Durham Franklinton 

Edgecombe Granville 

Tarboro Halifax 



Roanoke-Rapi ds 
Wei don 
Johnston 

Nash 




Rocky Mount 
Northampton 
Vance 
Wake 



Pupil Accounting 



1983-84 

FINAL K123456789 10U12 

ENROLL 12464 13643 12269 12672 12691 12824 13874 15183 15313 15831 14532 12324 11127 

ADM 12004 13197 11895 12290 12328 12492 13543 14714 14800 14859 13538 11607 10793 

ADA 11269 12560 11402 11790 11830 11969 1286* 13820 13816 13671 12444 10704 9955 

ML0 12021 13190 11936 12308 12334 12493 13530 14658 14682 14317 12972 11198 10586 

PROM 11389 11883 11267 11887 11819 12049 12811 13460 13505 11440 10688 9996 9954 

N-P 632 1307 669 421 515 444 719 1193 1177 2877 2234 1202 632 



THH EXCP TOTAL 



671 


1415 


176833 


660 


1489 


170209 


608 


1346 


160052 


658 


1593 


163476 


505 


1417 


154070 


153 


176 


14406 



1 1984-85 
FIRST MO 

ENR 
ADM 
ADA 



11 



12 



124C3 13298 12769 11993 12474 12467 13114 14162 14707 16661 13914 11951 11120 
12253 13187 12691 11906 12386 12393 13027 14047 14568 16355 13634 11744 10962 
11837 12830 12369 11631 12089 12094 12633 13481 13920 15457 12896 11103 10368 



TMH EXCP TOTAL 

622 1592 173247 

618 1554 171325 

586 1453 164747 



1963-64 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



.' 


»EB [CAN 
INOIAN 


BLAC< 


WHITE 


OTHE"* 


TOTAL 


A"FRICAN 
INOIAN 


BL»C< 


WHITE 


nfqrj • 


TOTAL 


NUMR'R 


PERCENT 


PUBLIC S*. INST NC 
»U3LK 55. OJT-statf 

TOTAL 


3 

■5 


430 

?1 

451 


960 
31 


14 
1 

15 


1407 

53 
1463 


? 

2 


53? 
'7 

609 


995 
?5 

!??"> 


1? 

1? 


1591 

5? 

1643 


?"9° 
105 

"03 


29.9 
1.0 

29.9 


P»TVATE S9. TNST NC 
PRIVATE S'. "HJTSTATE 
TOTAL 


1 

1 


?4 
106 


173 

59 

2 3? 







256 
83 

"1 







137 

35 

173 


278 

55 

333 


1 
2 

3 


415 
93 

509 


472 
175 

»48 


4.5 

1 . T 
9.' 


c«« COLL. TECH NC 
".' . TECH OUT-STATE 
t^-'L 


1 


1 


236 

25 

261 


517 

7 
52* 


6 


5 


760 
32 

79? 


9 

8 


551 

14 

572 


579 

10 

589 


2 


2 


1147 

24 

1171 


1907 

56 

1°63 


19.4 
0.5 


PRIVATE JR. COL!. NC 
(">IVATE J'. CUTSTSTF 








48 

7 

55 


122 

2 

12* 







170 

9 

179 







3°, 

1 

39 


146 

6 

152 







194 

7 

191 


35* 
16 

370 


3.4 
0.? 
3.5 


to.-.JC, BUSINESS NC 
TRA"ir, ojsl OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 




1 

1 


21 
19 

49 


21 
21 

4? 








42 
41 

83 







90 

25 

115 


113 

5 
U9 


? 

2 


205 

'1 

235 


247 

7? 

M9 


2.4 

3.1 


MILITARY 


3 


567 


19* 





754 


o 


149 


3? 





131 


945 


9.1 


EMPLOYMENT 


1 


56" 


S* -1 


2 


1214 


4 


4e9 


441 


1 


935 


2149 


70.7 


0TH-°$ •• 





143 


13° 


1 


2«2 


2 


206 


193 





431 


633 


6. 6 


-ojN" T^tal •*• 


10 


2192 


2897 


2* 


5113 


16 


2352 


2879 


20 


5257 


lO^O 


103.0 



» fCLL'OCS HISPANICS, ALASKAN NATIVES, ANO ASIAN 0" PACIFIC ISLANCFRS 
••INCL'JOES INFORMATION NOT AVAILABLE, MARRIED, FTC. 



11-292 



Central Regional Education Center 

1984-85 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



REGION" 3 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT 




SOURCE 


OF FUNDS 






SE 




RACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 


CLASS IFICATION 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


VOCAT 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


WHITE 


BLACK 


OTHER 


OFFICIAL. ADMS..MGRS. 


93 


13 


56 


4 


166 


131 


65 


127 


38 


1 


PRINCIPALS 


291 




I 




292 


236 


56 


194 


96 


? 


ASST PRINC. TEACHING 


12 




1 




13 


5 


8 


9 


* 




ASST PRINC. NONTEACHING 


168 




11 




179 


123 


56 


100 


79 




ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 


J738 


209 


3 PI 


33 


4363 


3 09 


4054 


2961 


1389 


13 


SECONDARY TEACHERS 


261 1 


92 


295 


513 


351 1 


10 82 


2429 


2614 


876 


21 


OTHER TEACHERS 


696 


2 86 


1 13 


1 33 


1123 


249 


980 


740 


3=6 


2 


GUIDANCE 


1 96 


12 


43 


19 


273 


45 


225 


159 


1 11 


1 


PSYCHOLOGICAL 


19 


6 


5 




33 


10 


23 


28 


2 




L I3RARIAN. AUDIOVISUAL 


265 


2 


34 


1 


3a 2 


9 


293 


20 5 


96 


1 


CONSULTANT. SUPER VISOR 


53 


19 


36 


8 


1 16 


37 


79 


8 3 


33 




OTHER PROFESSIONAL 


84 


36 


47 


1 


163 


28 


140 


113 


55 




TEACHER AIDES 


2065 


*01 


m 


4 


2747 


67 


2680 


1610 


1126 


11 


TECHNICIANS 


9 


3 


96 




98 


46 


52 


79 


15 




CLERICAL. SECRETARIAL 


*03 


31 


352 


7 


793 


21 


772 


6 03 


182 


3 


SERVICE WORKERS 


S-i7 


2 3 g 


1773 




26 19 


705 


1913 


355 


1751 


12 


SKILLED CRAFTS 


1*8 


7 


243 




399 


383 


15 


280 


119 




LABORERS .UNSKILLED 


29 


2 


11 




110 


100 


10 


41 


69 




TOTAL 


11317 


1407 


3835 


723 


17302 


3555 


13747 


10805 


6430 


67 



VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE. 
22.64PCT FROM LOCAL. AND 10.38PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1983-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 







J1 


BUNT 


5 EXPENDED. 


3Y SO 


JRCE 










PER PUPIL EXPENDITURE 




PERCENT 


l F 5 


10" 


STATE 




FEDERAL 






LOCAL 






TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


OF TOTAL 


REGION 3 


170.209 






























SALARI FS 


135.675 


.625.24 


23 


341. 193.81 


56 


?66 


931.38 


2« 5 


233 


750.43 


1090.57 


137.13 


330.58 


1.558.28 


67.1 


EMP1 OYEF RENFFITS 


33.228 


579.22 


5 


260.223.16 


12 


004 


310.96 


55 


493 


110.34 


224.60 


30.90 


70.53 


326.03, 


1-. 1 


PURCHASED SFRVICES 


5.658 


970.29 


1 


119.852.89 


16 


343 


072.89 


2 3 


12 1 


896.07 


33.25 


6.58 


96.02 


135.85 


5.9 


SUPPL 1 FS f. M47FR [SIS 


12.141 


502.53 


I 3 


680. 375.56 


20 


^6^ 


248.70 


43 


286 


126.79 


71.33 


62.75 


120.23 


254.31 


11.0 


INSTRUCTIONAL EQUIP. 


3. 131 


362.15 


1 


057. 912.42 




«i: 


502.50 


4 


S3 9 


777.07 


18.40 


6.22 


3.32 


28.44 


1.2 


OTHFR OBJECTS 


1 6 4 


151.76 




953. 8S3.57 


I 


963 


544.43 


3 


38] 


579.76 


.96 


5,6; 


LI. 5* 


18.10 


.9 


TOTAI 


244,950 


191.19 


42 


413,438.41 


1 07 


692 


610.86 


39 5 


056 


240.46 


1439. 11 


249.18 


632.72 


2. 321.01 


100.0 


PFRCFNT OF TOTAL 




62.0 




10.7 






27.3 






100.0 













11-293 



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 

Nhiteville 
Cumberland 



Fayetteville 
Harnett 
Hoke 
Lee 



Montgomery 
Moore 
Ri chmond 
Robeson 




Fairmont 
Lumberton 
Red Springs 
St. Pauls 



Pupil Accounting 



1983-84 

FINAL 

ENROLL 

ADM 

ADA 

MLO 

PROM 

N-P 



10731 11821 10788 10726 10902 11001 11511 12000 11541 12114 11165 

10121 11273 10291 10323 10539 10632 11181 11604 11135 11343 10466 

9486 10718 9847 9919 10132 10136 10707 11033 10506 10587 9740 

10087 11261 10260 10302 10525 10617 11156 11552 11011 10983 10046 

9387 10022 9695 9861 10250 10350 10924 10936 10484 9551 8869 



TMH EXCP 



9700 


8592 


589 


1092 


144273 


9157 


9304 


582 


1081 


135037 


8535 


7739 


526 


975 


130636 


8869 


8177 


583 


1142 


136571 


8258 


7387 


513 


1068 


128055 



700 1239 



5 65 



441 



275 



267 



232 



616 



527 1432 1177 



1984-85 
FIRST MO 



10 



11 



TMH EXCP 



ENR 10602 10979 10657 10190 10247 10520 10639 11551 11506 12216 10893 9269 8657 
ADM 10465 10883 10588 10110 10180 10456 10571 11465 11414 12051 10724 9142 8566 
ADA 10130 10573 10336 9882 9944 10206 10278 11131 11034 11526 10249 8732 8182 



554 1078 139558 
549 1060 138224 
514 991 133708 



00* SOUTH 



1 963-64 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



AMERICAN 


3LACK 


WHITE 


OTHER* 


TOTAL 


AMERICAN 


BLACK 


WHTT 




INPIAN 










INDIAN 






pu?nr s». inst nc 


7* 


J55 


5*9 


10 


888 


7* 


390 


532 


PU8LIC SR. OUT-STATE 


6 


27 


33 


2 


68 


1 


15 


31 


TOTAL 


80 


282 


582 


12 


955 


75 


*05 


563 


PRIVATE SR. INST NC 


1 


48 


97 


5 


151 


, 


80 


173 


PRIVATE SR. OUTSTATE 


1 


10 


?1 


2 


14 


1 


7 


?I 


TOTAL 


2 


S3 


118 


7 


185 


* 


87 


19* 


C0»M COLL. TECH NC 


52 


1*4 


523 


9 


728 


105 


332 


697 


C.C. TECH OUT-STATE 


T 


3 


4 





1* 


1 


22 


10 


TfUAl 


59 


147 


577 


o 


7*2 


106 


35* 


707 


PRIVATE JR. COLL NC 


2 


1* 


50 


7 


68 


* 


1* 


53 


PRIVSTF JR. OUTSTATE 





2 


* 





6 





2 


3 


TOTAL 


2 


14 


5* 


2 


7* 


* 


16 


56 



TRADE, BUSINESS NC 
TRADE, BUS! OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

MILITARY 

E»P10YMENT 

OTHERS •• 

GRAND TOTAL *** 



*27 


7*9 


308 


5*9 


116 


inn 


1381 


2225 



79 
70 

726 

9** 

238 

3935 



107 


31 


322 


523 


132 


135 


1*7* 


2273 



1008 


1896 


*8 


116 


1056 


7012 


260 


Ml 


29 


63 


289 


*"'* 


1139 


IP67 


33 


*7 


1172 


191* 


73 


1*5 


5 


11 


83 


157 


101 


1*7 


20 


49 


121 


191 


15* 


830 


9?9 


1871 


239 


527 


*093 


802» 



23.6 
1.* 

75.1 

5.1 
0.3 
5.o 

2'.3 

0.6 
23. « 

1.3 

0.1 

7.0 



6.5 

100.3 



* INCLUDES HISPANICS, ALASKAN NATIVES, AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
**INCLJ0FS INFORMATION NOT AVAILABLE, MARRIED, ETC. 



11-294 



South Central Regional Education Center 



1964-85 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT 




SOURCE OF FUNOS 




SEX 


RACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 


CLASSIFICATION 


STATE 


FEDERAL LOCAL VOCAT 


TOTAL 


MALE FEMALE 


WHITE BLACK OTHER 



OFFICIAL. ADMS..MGRS. 
PRINCIPALS 
ASST PRINC. TEACHING 
1SST PRINC. NONTEACHING 
ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 
SFCONDARY TEACHERS 
OTHER TEACHERS 
GUIDANCE 
PSYCHOLOGICAL 
I ISRARIAN.AUOIOVISUAL 
CONSULT ANT. SUPER VISOR 
OTHER PROFESSIONAL 
TEACHER AIDES 
TECHNICIANS 
CLERICAL. SECRETARIAL 
SERVICE WORKERS 
SKILLED CRAFTS 
I ABORERS. UNSKILLED 
TOTAL 



1 14 

3578 
1506 
529 

1 4 8 
1 7 



U15 

100 



3 4 


9 


156 


102 


56 


1 29 


16 


13 


2 




246 


211 


35 


161 


64 


21 






37 


22 


15 


25 


11 


1 


1? 




132 


1 3? 


3 


72 


52 


e 


1 36 


3 2 


39 3 


441 


3489 


2605 


1028 


297 


129 


336 


2035 


8 35 


1230 


1462 


447 


126 


8 


233 


1169 


228 


9.. 1 


822 


3 1 


46 


16 


12 


196 


49 


147 


131 


5 2 


13 



20 

231 

12 3 2 

! 33 

60 



1 33 

2043 

21 

630 

2439 

233 

103 

13896 



6 31 
231 



102 
19v5 



671 
13 OS 



5 5^ 
9 65 
179 



1963-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 







AMOUNTS E«PENDEO. BY 


SO 


RCE 










PER PUPIL EXPENDITURE 




PERCENT 


LEA 


ADM 


STATE 


FEDERAL 






LOCAL 






TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


OF 


TOTAL 


RFC I ON 4 


131.037 






























SALARIFS 


150.655 


789.91 


23.012.515.23 


30 


442 


795.02 


30 4 


III 


100.21 


1091.42 


166.71 


220.54 


1,478.67 




67.6 


FMPI flYFF BENEFITS 


31.184 


989.01 


5. 183.913.55 


6 


842 


966.2 7 


43 


211 


868.83 


225.92 


37.55 


49.57 


313.04 




14.1 


PURCHASE SERVICES 


3.468 


064.22 


1.666.033. 14 


9 


= 45 


481.24 


14 


979 


578.60 


25.12 


12.07 


71.32 


108.51 




5.0 


SUPPL [FS L MATERIA! 


S 9.456 


024.06 


10.237.599.39 


14 


215 


197.53 


M 


90 8 


820.98 


68.50 


74.17 


102.98 


245.65 




11.2 


INSTRUCTIONAL FOUJP 


2.258 


518.10 


843. 707. 75 




601 


006.75 


3 


' ) J 


232.60 


16.36 


6. 11 


4.35 


26.62 




1.2 


OTHER OBJECTS 


be 


365.33 


B64. 605.46 


1 


276 


,566.10 


2 


209 


536.89 


.50 


6.26 


9.25 


16.01 




.7 


TOTAI 


197,091 


750.63 


41.808. 374. 57 


63 


2 24 


012.91 


30 2 


13- 


133. 11 


1427.82 


302.87 


458.01 


2,188.70 




100.0 


PFRCFNT OF TOTAL 




55. 3 


13. B 






3 0.9 






100.0 















11-295 



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 Hill 
Person 
Randolph 

Ashehoro 



Pupil Accounting 



Rockinghanr 
Eden 
Western 

Rockingham Reidsville 



Stokes 



1983-84 

FINAL 



8 



10 



11 



12 



ENROLL 13899 14847 13730 13924 14424 14973 16332 18036 17868 18312 16659 15122 14001 

ADM 13398 14423 13368 13570 14081 14664 15975 17bl6 17397 17338 15696 14282 13585 

ADA 12546 13673 12762 12978 13456 13995 15190 16607 16299 16100 14637 13375 12750 

MLD 13396 14417 13392 13569 14031 14652 15979 17525 17250 16899 15128 13744 13373 

PROM 12449 13048 12701 13066 13590 14246 15374 16356 16215 14991 13569 12785 12881 

N-P 947 1369 691 503 491 406 605 1169 1035 1908 1559 959 492 



TMH EXCP TOTAL 



823 


2291 


205241 


7 99 


2322 


193514 


728 


2121 


187217 


795 


2409 


196609 


767 


2232 


184270 


28 


177 


12339 



1984-85 
FIRST MO 



8 



10 



11 



12 



TMH EXCP TOTAL 



ENR 13684 14307 13970 13435 13664 14143 14944 16622 17409 18662 16722 14640 13606 760 2248 198816 
AOM 13385 14217 13886 13334 13591 14056 14849 16510 17297 18456 16540 14473 13495 755 2228 197072 
AOA 12952 13825 13543 13012 13246 13680 14410 15923 16627 17555 15823 13829 12936 712 2098 190171 



1980-64 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



DOS NO'TH CENTRAL 



I 


kepican 

INDIAN 


BLACK 


WHITE 


PJ?l!C SB. INST NC 


7 


376 


1788 


PJ3LTC SR. OUT-STATE 


1 


16 


113 


TOTAL 


3 


39? 


1*01 


PRIVATF SR. TNST NC 





16 


783 


PRIVATE SP. OJTSTATE 


3 


?6 


&5 


TDTAL 





72 


348 


CT"< COIL, T C CH NC 


3 


?! 1 


978 


r.C. TECH OUT-STATE 





3 


R 


T T 1 1 


3 


7.1* 


936 



TOTAL AMERICAS BLACK 
INDIAN 



PRIVATE JR. C3LL NC 
PRKMT? JR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

T »Air, BUSINESS NC 
T»S->c, BUSI CUTSTATE 
TOTAL 

MIL! T ASY 

cMpinyNENT 

flTHCRS *» 

C.RANC THTAL ••* 



409 


3*0 


475 


1251 


Ilk 


|i* 


T36 


4678 



1677 

|3? 

1809 

331 

97 

473 

114* 

11 

115T 

10° 

15 

17* 

53 
43 

94 

753 

173t 

312 

6*05 



531 

?r> 

551 

o? 

75 

118 

399 
7 

401 



1*1? 

91 

1503 

364 

80 

44* 

1719 

12 

1731 

TT 

13 



no 


154 


!4 


15 


US 


179 


104 


37 


448 


1174 


17? 


733 


1873 


48*3 



194? 

115 

7077 

458 
1 8 
646 

14?6 

14 
1643 



76V 

31 
?9S 

144 

1581 

36» 



3439 

747 

3886 

TRq 

980 

?77? 

75 

7797 

195 

30 
??5 

317 

74 

3»1 

ROT 

331? 

470 
13167 



?7.5 

1 .9 

79.5 



7.4 
0.4 
3.0 

5.8 

75.? 

S.l 



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



North Central Regional Education Center 



1984-85 Public School Personnel Summory 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT 




SOURCE 


OF FUNDS 






SFX 




RACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 


CLASSIFICATION 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


VOCAT 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


WHITE 


BLACK 


OTHER 


OFF I CI AL .AOMS..HGRS. 


102 


7 


55 


8 


172 


1 12 


60 


1 51 


21 




PRINCIPALS 


150 








350 


274 


76 


287 


63 




ASST PRINC. TEACHING 


ro 




2 




22 


13 


9 


20 


2 




ASST PRINC. NONTEACHING 


2 




25 


1 


226 


!70 


56 


156 


70 




FLEMENTARY TEACHERS 


»564 


2 00 


363 


37 


5169 


394 


47 75 


4105 


10 53 


11 


SECONDARY TEACHERS 


27 38 


53 


3S5 


710 


3886 


1434 


2452 


3201 


669 


16 


OTHER TEACHERS 


679 


2 15 


163 


102 


1164 


254 


910 


1004 


159 


1 


GUIDANCE 


?4 7 


3 


79 


64 


393 


87 


306 


29S 


94 


I 


PSYCHOLOGICAL 


29 


« 


23 




56 


20 


36 


52 


3 


1 


L I BR AR I AN. AUO I OV I SUA L 


J99 




57 




356 


S 


347 


279 


76 


1 


CONSULTANT. SUPER VISOR 


58 


1? 


25 


9 


1 10 


42 


68 


92 


16 


2 


OTHER PROFESSIONAL 


L02 


27 


54 




153 


46 


137 


154 


29 




TEACHER AIDES 


1987 


252 


536 


24 


2799 


56 


2743 


2089 


702 


8 


TECHNICI ANS 


18 


l« 


36 




68 


37 


31 


63 


5 




CLERICAL. SECRETARIAL 


462 


42 


451 


5 


960 


8 


952 


648 


1 !1 


1 


SERVICE WORKERS 


1?> 


i>4 


1740 




2780 


732 


1998 


1552 


1221 


7 


SKILLED CRAFTS 


1» 




3 04 




388 


384 


4 


3 58 


27 


3 


LABORERS .UNSKILLED 


1 




73 




74 


73 


1 


50 


2 2 


2 


TOTAL 


12916 


P11 


4381 


960 


19156 


4195 


14961 


14759 


4343 


54 



VOCATIONAL TEACHERS" SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE, 
22.64PCT FROM LOCAL, AND 10.08PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNDS, 



1983-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 







AMOUNTS EXPFNDED, 


BY SOURCE 










PER PUPIL EXPENDITURE 




PERCENT 


L E« 


JDM 


STATE 


FEDERAL 




LOCAL 






TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


OF 


TOTAL 


RFGIDN 5 


198.514 




























SALARI C S 


219.707 


492.58 


20. 162. 381.79 


75.081 


637.41 


11 4 


95 1 


511.78 


1106.76 


101.57 


378.22 


1,586.55 




o8.0 


EMPin»FF RFNFFITS 


44.564 


219.32 


4.521.034.33 


16.552 


895.15 


65 


638 


148.80 


224.49 


22.77 


83.38 


330.64 




14.1 


PURCHASED SFPVICFS 


6.450 


670.95 


864. 715.58 


17,339 


027.29 


24 


654 


413.82 


32.49 


4.36 


87. 34 


124.19 




5.3 


SIIPPl IF 1 ; £. MATERIALS 


13.180 


300.93 


8.762.033.41 


25,552 


612.01 


47 


494 


946.35 


66.39 


44.14 


12 8.72 


239.25 




10.3 


INSTRUCTIONAI EOllIP. 


3.569 


618.77 


804.636.16 


1.525 


312.95 


5 


899 


567.88 


17.93 


4.05 


7.68 


29.71 




1 .3 


nTHFR OBJFTTS 


40 


395.06 


845.594.62 


3.629 


692.98 


« 


51 5 


68 2.66 


.20 


4.26 


18.28 


22.74 




1.0 


TOTAI 


297.512 


697.61 


35.960.395.89 


139,681 


177.79 


-63 


154 


271.29 


1448.31 


181.15 


703.62 


2,333.08 




100.0 


PERCENT OF TOTAL 




62.0 


7.8 




3 0.2 






100.0 















: 



11-297 



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 



1983-84 
FINAL 



TMH EXCP TOTAL 



ENROLL 13540 14345 13515 14115 14262 15038 16051 17925 17277 17233 15982 13909 12472 904 1490 198558 

kDM 13065 14346 13094 13747 13389 14638 15662 17377 16745 16241 14916 13103 12086 

V0A 12278 13649 12522 13182 13323 14034 14975 16301 15603 15007 13813 12164 11356 

1L0 13084 14351 13086 13766 13890 14665 15652 17279 16602 15795 14187 12565 11845 

•ROM 1255B 13176 12517 13271 13402 14290 15118 15914 15352 13165 12038 11143 11262 

l-P 526 1175 569 495 488 375 534 1365 1250 2630 2149 1422 583 



888 


1526 


191323 


802 


1396 


180404 


908 


1582 


189257 


902 


1493 


175601 


6 


89 


13656 



.984-85 
: IRST MO 

ENR 

ADM 
AOA 



1 



8 



10 



11 



12 



13689 14151 13933 13107 13800 13933 14907 16424 17394 17753 15830 13205 12381 
13504 14051 13857 13028 13738 13842 14831 16312 17269 17566 15652 13081 12295 
13114 13708 13562 12752 13437 13533 14486 15774 16638 16830 15033 12562 11911 



TMH EXCP TOTAL 

835 1366 192708 

825 1349 191200 

784 1265 185389 



1 963-64 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



106 SOUTHWEST 






HALE 










FF»ALF 








TOTAL 


J 


"ERICAN 
INDIAN 


BLACK 


XMITE 


OTHER* 


TOTAL 


A"FRICAN 
INDIAN 


BLACK 


WHITE 


OTHFR* 


TOTAL 


NU""<FR 


9e»Ce»!T 


»ti!>iic si. inst nc 

'II3LIC SI. OUT-STATE 

'-.-\t_ 


t 

3 
I 


2*0 

16 

256 


1092 

79 

1171 


15 
* 
19 


13*8 

99 

1**7 



2 
2 


360 

6 

365 


1250 

73 

1333 


IT 
I 

18 


1637 

82 
1719 


7985 

l'l 

3166 


76.1 

1.6 

77.7 


f"!VATE SR. INST NC 
pejvATE SR. OUTSTATE 
TOTAL 







91 

13 
10* 


26* 

49 

313 


3 
3 
B 


358 

65 

*23 







107 

23 

130 


398 

75 

*73 


* 

4 


509 
98 

607 


867 

163 

1030 


7.6 
! .* 

9.0 


C0*>( cnii, TECH NC 

C.C. TFCH OUT-STATE 
T^-Tll 


3 

1 

4 


197 

8 
205 


819 
22 

8*1 


15 

15 


103* 

31 

1065 


3 
1 

* 


357 

3 

3 70 


1039 

11 

1050 


9 

2 

11 


1*18 

17 

1*35 


7*5? 

*8 

7500 


71.5 

0.4 
71.9 


P'U'ATE JR. COLL NC 
PRIVATE JR. OUTSTATE 

Tnrii 







15 

3 
18 


79 
9 

88 







9* 

12 

106 








13 
3 

16 


90 

7 

97 







103 

n 

113 


197 

7' 

719 


1.7 
0.2 

1.9 


TRAOE. BUSINESS NC 
T»60F, RUSt OUTSTATE 

TOTAL 








35 

8 

43 


*5 
19 
6* 







80 

27 

107 


l 



1 


138 

I? 

150 


305 

17 

322 


3 

3 


44T 

29 

*75 


577 
56 

583 


4.6 
0.5 
5.1 


MILITARY 


I 


295 


335 


* 


635 





6* 


38 





102 


737 


5.4 


"»nr»ci|T 


5 


352 


961 


3 


1321 


2 


310 


825 


2 


1139 


7*63 


71.5 


OTHERS *• 





105 


236 





3*1 





132 


257 


3 


392 


733 


6.4 


SRANO TOTAL »•* 


tl 


1378 


♦ 009 


*T 


5**5 


• 


1538 


*395 


*1 


5983 


11*75 


100.0 



• INCLUDES HIS'ANICS, ALASKAN NATIVES. AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
••INCLUDES INCARNATION NOT AVAILABLE, HARRIED. ETC. 



11-298 



Southwest Regional Education Center 

1984-85 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT 




SOURCE 


OF FUNDS 






SE' 




RACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 


CLASSIFICATION 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


VOCAT 


TOTAL 


».SLE 


FEMALE 


WHITE 


BLACK 


OTHER 


OFFICIAL, ADMS..MGRS. 


B5 


4 


34 


8 


131 


98 


33 


1 19 


12 




PRINCIPALS 


32 








323 


2 58 


6 2 


273 


50 




ASST PRINC. TEACHING 


34 


6 






40 


8 


32 


22 


18 




ASST PRINC. NONTEACHING 


241 




52 




293 


163 


1 30 


229 


6* 




ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 


4132 


158 


336 


21 


464 7 


318 


43 29 


3658 


977 


12 


SECONOARY TEACHERS 


2841 


67 


352 


596 


3956 


1332 


2554 


3123 


7 12 


16 


OTHER TEACHERS 


1 75 


163 


1 31 


175 


1211 


298 


913 


1394 


117 




GUIDANCE 


1 9 5 


15 


41 


29 


290 


79 


201 


22 1 


59 




PSYCHOLOGICAL 


39 


19 


7' 




13! 


3e 


93 


1 16 


14 


1 


1 IRRARIAN. AUDIOVISUAL 


281 


1 


71 




353 


14 


3 39 


291 


61 


1 


CONSULT ANT. SUPER VISOR 


63 


24 


63 


12 


159 


43 


1 16 


133 


2 5 


1 


OTHER PROFESSIONAL 


J9 


22 


41 


2 


164 


23 


1 41 


1 34 


29 


1 


TEACHER AIDES 


2349 


192 


232 


12 


2795 


90 


2695 


20 54 


719 


12 


TECHNICI ANS 


22 


12 


108 




142 


34 


109 


124 


17 


1 


CLERICAL .SECRETARIAL 


432 


li 


434 


6 


993 


15 


9 79 


778 


1 13 


2 


SERVICE WORKERS 


1041 


59 


17 22 




2 9 7 2 


788 


2334 


1651 


1169 


2 


SKILLED CRAFTS 


104 




2 3 5 


9 


348 


343 


5 


3 14 


33 


1 


L ABORERS. UNSKILLED 


12 




3 2 




94 


93 


1 


47 


46 


1 


TOTAL 


13062 


759 


397 T 


872 


18669 


4005 


14664 


14380 


42 38 


51 



VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE. 
22.64PCT FROM LOCAL, AND 10.08PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1983-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 







AMOUNTS EXPENDED. 


BY SOURCE 










PER PUPIL EXPENDITURE 




PERCENT 


L6.1 


AOM 


STATE 


FEDERAL 




LOCAL 






TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


OF TOTAL 


RFGI1N 6 


191.323 


























SALARIES 


210,397 


918.68 


19.630.481.26 


65.231 


198.85 


295 


25 9 


59 8.79 


1099.70 


102.60 


340.95 


1,543.25 


•57.9 


FMPI OYFF BENEFITS 


43.722 


326.21 


4.503.075.99 


14.139 


669.74 


62 


3*. 5 


071.94 


229.53 


23.54 


73.90 


325.97 


14.2 


PURCHASFO SERVICES 


5.913 


610.12 


1.685.018. 13 


21,007 


178.19 


28 


60 5 


806.44 


30.91 


9.31 


109.80 


149.52 


6.6 


SUPP1 IFS £ MATFRIALS 


1 t .489 


949.18 


9,997. 639.92 


20.172 


198.66 


41 


658 


786.76 


60.05 


52.26 


105.44 


217.75 


9.6 


INSTRIICTIONAI FOilIP. 


2.738 


01 5.36 


883.031. 15 


1 .955 


282.04 


5 


576 


328.55 


14.31 


4.62 


10.22 


29.15 


1.3 


OTHER 08JFCTS 


56 


070.88 


544.719.25 


1,414 


461.85 


? 


on 


251.98 


,2« 


2.89 


Ml 


10.11 


.* 


T0T41 


274.316 


889.43 


37.24J.965.73 


123.919 


989.33 


.3^ 


49 3 


844.46 


1433.79 


194.68 


64 7.70 


2,276. 17 


1 C 3.3 


PFRCFNT OF TOTAL 




62.9 


1.4 




28.5 






100.0 













11-299 



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 
Hickory 



Newton 
Davie 
Iredell 

Mooresville 




Statesville 
Surry 
El kin 
Mount Airy 



Pupil Accounting 



1 1983-84 












FINAL 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


ENROLL 


7945 


8793 


7908 


8335 


8672 


i ADM 


7718 


8602 


7726 


8136 


8472 


i ADA 


7192 


8130 


7345 


7761 


8092 


MLD 


7702 


8602 


7747 


8139 


8477 


PROM 


7314 


7933 


7350 


7855 


8301 


1 N-P 


388 


669 


397 


284 


176 


1984-85 












|| FIRST MO 


K 


1 


2 


3 


4 


ENR 


7995 


8204 


8385 


7710 


810 


AOM 


7913 


8159 


8336 


7669 


806 


ADA 


7633 


7909 


BUT 


7475 


785 



8616 9193 10035 9731 9702 
8217 8750 9460 9093 8980 



8479 9035 9529 9243 
139 143 488 427 



8265 
1129 



8778 7655 7032 

8193 7155 6561 

7376 6894 

6920 6664 

456 230 



8389 

7536 

853 



11 



12 



TMH EXCP TOTAL 



450 
445 
404 
454 
393 
61 



392 115922 

411 112252 

362 105695 

4 30 111087 

397 105214 

33 5873 



TMH EXCP TOTAL 



7995 8204 8385 7710 8108 8486 8686 9514 9943 10323 9135 7891 7284 436 373 112471 
7913 8159 8336 7669 8064 8449 8649 9458 9875 10224 9035 7805 7215 437 368 llltll 
7639 7909 8117 7475 7853 8228 8412 9141 9496 9769 8663 7476 6925 408 344 07^4 



ddt northwest 



i 963-64 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 





»*E»1CAN 
INDIAN 


p'.mi re s». inst Nr 

",l n l'C SI. DUT-STATF 
'RTAl 

PPIV4TF. SB. INST NC 
PRJVATF SP. DUTSTATF 

TOTAL 













TOTAL 


AMF» ICAN 




INDIAN 


575 





27 





*n? 





120 


D 


24 





144 





838 


3 


9 





847 


3 



■""» CDLL, TECM NC 
.T. TFCH OUT-STATE 



opIVATE JR. CUl NC 
PRIVATE JO. O'JTSTATF 
TDTAL 

TOJOE, BUSINESS NC 
T°A0E, BUSI OUTSTATE 
TDTAL 

"UTTARr 

CHPi_Dr»ENT 

OTHJRS *• 

-.RAND T 0TAL *•» 



520 

22 

542 

101 

1?D 

no? 

9 

811 



?T 

50 

230 
985 
211 

3005 



30 
56 

329 
1051 

252 
3323 



591 

23 

614 

163 

32 

1«5 

10T4 

1 

1075 

55 



29 

822 

2T1 

3166 



665 


1?40 


■>s 


5T 


691 


!?"3 


173 


293 


33 


57 


206 


350 


1158 


1994 


I 


13 


1159 


20">6 


63 


106 


T 


1? 


67 


113 


106 


132 


21 


53 


125 


182 


53 


370 


919 


1<STD 


313 


542 


3536 


6859 



4.3 
0.8 
5.1 

29.1 

3.1 

29.2 

1.5 

0.2 
1.7 

1.9 
0.7 



5.5 

28.7 

8.2 

100.0 



• T NCI HOES H1SPANICS, ALASKAN NATIVES. AND ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDERS 
••INCUDES INCOPHATION NOT AVAILABLE. MARRIED, ETC. 



11-300 



Northwest Regional Education Center 



1984-65 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



REGION- 7 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT 



SOURCE OF FUNOS 



RACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 



CLASS IFICATION 



STATE FEDERAL LOCAL VOCAT TOTAL 



FEMALE WHITE 



OFFICIAL . ADMS..MGRS. 
PRINCIPALS 
ASST PRINC.TEACHING 
ASST PRINCNONTEACHING 
ELEMENTARY TEACHERS 
SFCONOARY TEACHERS 
OTHER TEACHERS 
GUIDANCE 
PSYCHOLOGICAL 
L I3R AR I AN, AUDIOVISUAL 
CONSULTANT, SUPER VISOR 
OTHER PROFESSIONAL 
TEACHER AIDES 
TFCHNICI ANS 
CLERICAL .SECRETARIAL 
SERVICE WORKERS 
SKILLED CRAFTS 
I ABORERS. UNSKILLED 
TOTAL 



96 

2805 

1207 

443 

1 14 

19 



1 3 


S 


101 


74 


27 


93 


1 




227 


199 


28 


217 






16 


13 


3 


13 


5 




101 


77 


24 


94 


182 


25 


3062 


358 


2704 


2882 


1 12 


359 


1 704 


751 


953 


1674 


B4 


128 


364 


215 


649 


828 


13 


14 


154 


36 


1 18 


144 



4 7 9 
107 



246 

1310 



150 


37 


I 13 


147 


1647 


26 


1621 


1512 


39 


16 


23 


38 


530 


8 


522 


514 


1739 


396 


1343 


1509 


194 


181 


13 


13? 



8419 10124 



VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE, 
22.64PCT FROM LOCAL. AND 10.08PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1983-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 







»1 


nuni 


5 EXPENDEO. 


3Y SO 


IRCE 










PER PUPIL EXPEND1 TURE 




PERCENT 


LEA 


ADM 


STATE 




FEDERAL 






LOCAL 






TOTAL 


STATE 


FEDERAL 


LOCAL 


TOTAL 


OF TDTAL 


REGION 7 


1 12. 252 






























SALARIES 


124.672 


790.72 


i i 


753. 074.41 


25 


14? 


169.42 


161 


563 


034.55 


1110.65 


104.70 


223.98 


1,439.33 


67.8 


FHPl OYFC BENEFITS 


25.647 


422.69 


2 


.681.926.26 


5 


3 4 1 


155.03 


34 


?20 


503.98 


228.48 


23.89 


52.48 


304.85 


14.4 


P1IRCH1SFD SFRVICFS 


2.727 


177.28 




586,337.68 


6 


790 


010.17 


10 


103 


525.13 


24.30 


5.2? 


60.49 


90.01 


4.2 


SUPPL1FS t. MATERIALS 


8.163 


107.96 


5 


581.800.13 


1 3 


674 


461.45 


27 


416 


369.54 


72.69 


49.73 


121.82 


244.24 


11.5 


INSTRUCTIONAL EOUIP. 


2.043 


570.95 




626, 1 10.93 




456 


827.98 


3 


126 


509.86 


18.21 


5. SB 


4.07 


2 7.86 


1.3 


OTHFP OH.ICCTS 


60 


678.66 




438. 103.99 


1 


371 


273.59 


1 


87 


056.24 


. 54 


3.90 


12.22 


16.66 


.8 


TO T A I 


163.311 


748.26 


2 1 


667. 353.40 


53 


3?S 


897.64 


238 


3 >. 


999.30 


1454.87 


193.02 


475.06 


2,122.95 


100.0 


PERCENT OF TOTAL 




6 B . 5 




i. 1 






22.4 






100.0 













11-301 



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 

Hendersonville 




Jackson 
Macon 
Madison 
McDowel 1 



Mitchell 
Polk 

Try on 
Rutherford 



Swain 

Transylvania^ 

Yancey 



Pupil Accounting 



1983-8* 
FINAL 

NROLL 

IDA 
<LD 
'ROM 
l-P 



6851 
6503 
5937 
6460 
6144 
316 



1 

7018 
6722 
6291 
6717 
6197 
520 



6707 
6469 
6099 
6427 
6193 
234 



6930 
6710 
6344 
6633 
6520 
163 



4 

7155 

6914 
6552 
6887 
6787 
100 



7531 
7303 
£>915 
7292 
7185 
107 



75 64 
7336 
6920 
7315 
7195 
120 



8427 
8145 
7646 
8117 
7821 
296 



8 

8247 
7990 
7446 
7932 
7659 
273 



8696 
8172 
7535 
7914 
6927 
987 



10 

7823 
7344 
6824 
7059 
6432 
627 



11 

6997 
6590 
6105 
6315 
5908 
407 



12 

6292 

6089 
5630 
5975 
5790 
185 



TMH EXCP TOTAL 



3 27 
319 
285 
313 
308 
5 



335 
343 
312 
346 
332 
14 



96950 
92949 
86341 
91752 
87398 
4354 



>84-85 

[RST MO 

ENR 
AOM 
AOA 



6680 6922 6528 
6599 6878 6479 
6317 6648 6290 



12 



TMH EXCP TOTAL 



6484 


6780 


7050 


7381 


7540 


8203 


8651 


7679 


6816 


6162 


309 


298 


93483 


6432 


6720 


7001 


7337 


74 87 


8128 


8559 


7588 


6748 


6116 


307 


296 


92675 


6252 


6515 


6781 


7093 


7207 


7798 


8137 


7251 


6418 


5807 


289 


281 


89084 



1 983-64 High School Graduate Intentions 

(Includes 1983 Summer School Graduates) 



303 UESTESN 






MALE 










FF1»L e 








rniSL 


1 


INOHN 


BLACK 


HHTTF 


□ THE"* 


TOTAL 


AMERICAN 
I NOT A V 


BLACK 


WHITE 


OTHE" 


TOTAL 


NJ»3F» 


e*»CFNT 


O'.I'LIC SR. INST NC 


2 


3T 


531 




574 


3 


4<) 


617 


1 


670 


1244 


21.1 


Pu r i • ■ S». OUT-STATE 


3 


3 


75 




75 


1 


2 


70 


1 


74 


153 


'.6 


TH- ai. 


2 


40 


607 




653 


4 


51 


687 


2 


744 


1397 


'3.7 


«!V«r c S 9 . INST NC 





I? 


102 




115 





11 


149 


1 


151 


276 


S.T 


0<,; v .t C ^ m t> . JTSTATF 


? 


T 


60 




61 





7 


55 


1 


63 


124 


2.1 


t p r a 1 


? 


If 


152 




176 





18 


204 


2 


224 


400 


6.3 


T'^m ■■"u. T>=c;i NC 


J 


2* 


61* 




644 


3 


46 


816 


2 


865 


1510 


26.6 


C..'. "^ "UT-STATF 


t 


* 


18 




23 


1 


3 


26 


n 


30 


63 


O.Q 


T" 1 ! •.!_ 


4 


28 


61* 




667 


4 


48 


842 


2 


896 


1563 


26.5 


?•■•: ■.':•"= j'. rmt nc 





1 


6* 




S7 





1 


62 





63 


130 


2.2 


p. •.,..,- ,, m ^UTSTATE 





I 


11 




13 


1 


3 


12 





16 


29 


0.6 


' - T s L 





4 


7S 




80 


1 


4 


74 





79 


159 


2.7 


T'lpc, BUSINESS NC 





2 


11 





13 





6 


68 





74 


"7 


1.5 


T»ii t :, 3usi auTSTAJE 








14 





18 





2 


15 





IS 


35 


0.6 


Tr*TSL 





2 


29 





31 





8 


84 


3 


9? 


123 


2.1 


»u tm*v 


5 


29 


252 





286 





11 


24 





35 


321 


5.6 


CMP1.3Y»C^T 


z 


68 


850 


& 


016 


4 


44 


611 





559 


1576 


25.7 




5 


IT 


107 





12<» 


1 


2» 


191 





221 


350 


5.9 


3S •■■.■-> TrjTAt •»• 


20 


117 


2705 


15 


2038 


14 


213 


2717 


5 


2953 


5888 


110.0 



• INCLUDES H1S»4NTCS. ALASKAN NATIVES, AND ASIAN 0» PACIFIC ISLANDERS 

♦ •["Cl'JDPS IN^R-ATIOW NOT AVAILABLE, HARHIEO, ETC. 



11-302 



Western Regional Education Center 



1984-85 Public School Personnel Summary 

(Full-time personnel only) 



ACTIVITY ASSIGNMENT 




SOURCE OF FUNOS 




SEX 


RACE/ETHNIC ORIGIN 


CLASSIFICATION 


STATE 


FEDERAL LOCAL VOCAT 


TOTAL 


MALE FEMALE 


WHITE BLACK OTHER 



OFFICIAL .4DMS..MGRS. 
PRINCIPALS 
ASST PRINC, TEACHING 
ASST PRINC. NONTEACHING 
FLEMENTARY TEACHERS 
SECONDARY TEACHERS 
OTHER TEACHERS 
GUIDANCE 
PSYCHOLOGICAL 
L I BR AR I AN. AUDIOVISUAL 
CONSULT ANT. SUPER VISOR 
OTHER PROFESSIONAL 
TEACHER AIDES 
TECHNICIANS 
CLER ICAL . SECRETAR IAL 
SERVICE WORKERS 
SKILLED CRAFTS 
LABORERS. UNSKILLED 
TOTAL 



1 15 
L95 



1 13 

1 99 



2 ■> ') S 
1083 



161 


10 


2544 


334 


22 10 


2454 


132 


346 


1589 


706 


8 S3 


154? 


63 


*5 


690 


169 


521 


666 


11 


15 


133 


45 


pa 


129 



242 

606 



2! 


2 


123 


?4 


99 


1 19 


1 73 


30 


1521 


23 


14V8 


1428 


9 




13 


8 


5 


1 3 


227 


2 


491 


16 


465 


474 


939 




1547 


419 


11 29 


1426 


125 




205 


203 


2 


195 



* VOCATIONAL TEACHERS' SALARIES ARE PAID APPROXIMATELY 67.28PCT FROM STATE, 
22. 64PCT FROM LOCAL. AND 10.08PCT FROM FEDERAL FUNDS. 



1983-84 Current Expense Expenditures by Source of Funds 



AMOUNTS EXPENOED. BY SOURCE 



I EA 
REGION 8 
SALARI ES 

FHPLOYFF BENEFITS 
PURCHASFO SFRVICES 
SIIPPl IFS L M4TFRI JLS 
INSTRUCTIONAL EQUIP. 
OTHER OBIFCTS 
TOTAL 
PERCENT OF TOTAL 



ADM STATE 

97,949 

103.612,150.84 

21 .596.145.86 

2.065.156.84 

7.161.274.92 

2.077.235.18 

49.702.33 

136.561.665.97 

6 6. 2 



11. 157.751.96 

2.521.476.63 

580.605.22 

4. 520.952.45 

621.244. 09 

508.091.59 

19. 909.621.94 

9.6 



23,699.294.22 

5, 191,7*0.74 

6.967,868.94 

12.118,775.07 

552,093.47 

1.517,898.29 

50.047,670.73 

2 4.2 



PER PUPIL EXPENDITURE 

TOTAL STATE FEDERAL LOCAL 

138.468,697.02 1114.72 120.04 254.97 1 

29,309,363.23 232.34 27.13 55.86 

9.613.631.00 22.22 6.25 74.96 

23.801,002.44 77.05 48.64 130.38 

3,250,572.74 22.35 6.68 5.94 

2,075.692.21 .53 5.47 16.33 

206,518,958.64 1469.21 214.21 538.44 2 

100.0 





PERCENT 


TOTAL 


OF TOTAL 


489.73 


67.0 


315.33 


14.? 


103.43 


4.7 


256.07 


11 .5 


34.97 


I .6 


22.33 


1.0 


221.86 


100.0 



11-303 



STATE LIBRARY OF NORTH CAROLINA 

■i»!L M2 

3 3091 00747 2202 





DATE DUE 




?'/y-S't 








JUN. 1 7 


1987 






APR 1 9 f 


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