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Salem School District: SSD Statistics & Reports

District Statistics & Reports

District Enrollment Trends

 

District-Wide, 3-Year Enrollment Trends
2015-16 3,619 (2.9%)
2014-15 3,725 (4.7%)
2013-14 3,908 (4.4%)

 

Enrollment Trends by School
  2013-14 2014-15 2015-16
Barron 310 292 401
Fisk 248 209 243
Haigh 185 164 0
Lancaster 292 316 298
North Salem 363 354 348
Soule 211 200 231
Woodbury 919 907 892
Salem High 1380 1284 1206

Class Size (2015-16)

  SSD NH Avg.
Grades 1-2 16 18
Grades 3-4 19 19
Grades 5-8 23 19
High school comparison not included due to program differences.

Per Pupil Cost (K-12)

  SSD NH Avg.
2014-15 $14,099 $14,375
2013-14 $13,301 $14,001
2012-13 $12,383 $13,459

Enrollment by Ethnicity (2015-16)

White 85.3%
Hispanic 8.2%
Asian 4.0%
Multi-Race 1.3%
Black 1.2%

Teacher Education Attainment (2015-16)

  SSD NH Avg.
Master's Degree 67.3% 58.5%
Bachelor's Degree 32.7% 40.0%
Beyond Master's Degree 0.0% 1.2%

Free and Reduced Lunch Eligibility Count

  SSD NH Avg.
2015-16 17.1% 28.1%
2014-15 17.8% 28.93%
2013-14 18.2% 28.3%
2012-13 19.2% 27.3%
2011-12 17.8% 26.6%

Attendance Rates

  SSD
2014-15 95.6%
2013-14 95.8%
2012-13 95.6%
2011-12 95.3%
2010-11 95.2%

Annual Dropout Percentage

  SSD NH Avg.
2014-15 .08% 1.04%
2013-14 .07% 1.05%
2012-13 .42% 1.29%

District Goal Progress Reports

These reports were presented by the Superintendent to the Salem School Board discussing the progress toward reaching the District's strategic goals:

Strategic Plan

The Salem School Board initiated a strategic planning proposal in the fall of 2011. With a commitment to undertake such an important process, district officials developed a plan to begin the project in August, 2012. A core strategic planning committee comprised of school officials, teachers, and parents established a year-long schedule of meetings and activities to culminate in the adoption of a strategic plan and provide our community with a shared vision for education.