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FY 2004-2005 School Census Count

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Only districts who have officially submitted their Census data are shown below

A

DistrictK-8K-12UHSExplanation of
10%+ Variance
Abbotsford (0007) 786  
Adams-Friendship Area (0014) 2,509  
Albany (0063) 507  
Algoma (0070) 1,003  
Alma (0084) 438  
Alma Center (0091) 716  
Almond-Bancroft (0105) 739  
Altoona (0112) 1,901  
Amery (0119) 2,153  
Antigo (0140) 3,845  
Appleton Area (0147) 22,813  
Arcadia (0154) 1,329  
Argyle (0161) 396  
Arrowhead UHS (2450)  3,382 
Ashland (0170) 3,767 New staff members did the count the previous year and were not familiar with how to run reports. Our count last year was low this is a more accurate count
Ashwaubenon (0182) 4,144  
Athens (0196) 1,098  
Auburndale (0203) 1,187  
Augusta (0217) 1,149  

Districts shown above: 19

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B

DistrictK-8K-12UHSExplanation of
10%+ Variance
Baldwin-Woodville Area (0231) 1,968  
Bangor (0245) 691  
Baraboo (0280) 4,124  
Barneveld (0287) 580  
Barron Area (0308) 1,946  
Bayfield (0315) 627  
Beaver Dam (0336) 5,616  
Beecher-Dunbar-Pembine (4263) 430  
Belleville (0350) 1,167  
Belmont Community (0364) 420  
Beloit (0413) 9,390  
Beloit Turner (0422) 1,690  
Benton (0427) 340  
Berlin Area (0434) 3,025  
Big Foot UHS (6013)  1,011 
Birchwood (0441) 394  
Black Hawk (2240) 726  
Black River Falls (0476) 2,584  
Blair-Taylor (0485) 1,009  
Bloomer (0497) 1,843  
Bonduel (0602) 1,404  
Boscobel (0609) 1,217  
Boulder Junction J1 (0616)205   
Bowler (0623) 586 xx
Boyceville Community (0637) 1,040  
Brighton #1 (0657)210   
Brillion (0658) 1,311  
Bristol #1 (0665)628   
Brodhead (0700) 1,441  
Brown Deer (0721) 2,085  
Bruce (0735) 781  
Burlington Area (0777) 5,394  
Butternut (0840) 251  

Districts shown above: 33

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C

DistrictK-8K-12UHSExplanation of
10%+ Variance
Cadott Community (0870) 1,105  
Cambria-Friesland (0882) 624  
Cambridge (0896) 1,220  
Cameron (0903) 971  
Campbellsport (0910) 2,620  
Cashton (0980) 1,294  
Cassville (0994) 443  
Cedar Grove-Belgium Area (1029) 1,401  
Cedarburg (1015) 4,401 There are 2 main reasons why our count increased by this percentage: 1)For the first time we have included an estimate of the students not counted in the school district dnrollment count or the private school home-based and other public school district counts. This amounts to 500 students. Prior to finalizing this count our method was discussed with Karen Kucharz of the DPI. 2)We received counts from 18 private schools this year vs. 5 last year due to stepped up contact efforts on our part.
Central/Westosha UHS (5054)  1,925 
Chetek (1078) 1,494  
Chilton (1085) 1,790  
Chippewa Falls Area (1092) 7,155  
Clayton (1120) 486  
Clear Lake (1127) 966  
Clinton Community (1134) 1,747  
Clintonville (1141) 1,967  
Cochrane-Fountain City (1155) 984  
Colby (1162) 1,666  
Coleman (1169) 1,263  
Colfax (1176) 1,141 All students enrolled on our class lists and new students fill out census sheets;birth records are obtained from the State of Wisconsin and all are compiled on our census program that are in the Colfax School District
Columbus (1183) 1,863  
Cornell (1204) 691  
Crandon (1218) 1,369  
Crivitz (1232) 1,275  
Cuba City (1246) 1,211  
Cudahy (1253) 3,553  
Cumberland (1260) 1,409  

Districts shown above: 28

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D

DistrictK-8K-12UHSExplanation of
10%+ Variance
D C Everest Area (4970) 7,675  
Darlington Community (1295) 1,166 In the past year we realized we had a problem with our counts. This year we met with census takers and reviewed procedures that need to take place when counting students. Through this process we feel we have more of an accurate count.
Deerfield Community (1309) 903  
Deforest Area (1316) 3,490 I am assuming this is due to our records being cleaned up since last year especially in the removal of past census data of students that never enrolled in our schools.
Delavan-Darien (1380) 4,178  
Denmark (1407) 2,231  
Depere (1414) 4,361  
Desoto Area (1421) 801  
Dodgeland (2744) 1,187  
Dodgeville (1428) 1,777  
Dover #1 (1449)111   
Drummond (1491) 738  
Durand (1499) 1,765  

Districts shown above: 13

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E

DistrictK-8K-12UHSExplanation of
10%+ Variance
East Troy Community (1540) 2,357  
Eau Claire Area (1554) 14,583  
Edgar (1561) 1,022  
Edgerton (1568) 2,062  
Elcho (1582) 569  
Eleva-Strum (1600) 826  
Elk Mound Area (1645) 974  
Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah (1631) 738  
Elkhorn Area (1638) 3,703  
Ellsworth Community (1659) 2,552  
Elmbrook (0714) 11,568  
Elmwood (1666) 473  
Erin (1687)385   
Evansville Community (1694) 2,360  

Districts shown above: 14

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F

DistrictK-8K-12UHSExplanation of
10%+ Variance
Fall Creek (1729) 1,043  
Fall River (1736) 485  
Fennimore Community (1813) 1,004  
Flambeau (5757) 1,012  
Florence (1855) 850  
Fond Du Lac (1862) 9,510  
Fontana J8 (1870)272   
Fort Atkinson (1883) 3,338  
Fox Point J2 (1890)1,052   
Franklin Public (1900) 5,466  
Frederic (1939) 779  
Freedom Area (1953) 2,327  
Friess Lake (4843)323   

Districts shown above: 13

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G

DistrictK-8K-12UHSExplanation of
10%+ Variance
Galesville-Ettrick (2009) 2,029  
Geneva J4 (2044)121   
Genoa City J2 (2051)805   
Germantown (2058) 5,684  
Gibraltar Area (2114) 816  
Gillett (2128) 819  
Gilman (2135) 636  
Gilmanton (2142) 384  
Glendale-River Hills (2184)992   
Glenwood City (2198) 1,183  
Glidden (2205) 342  
Goodman-Armstrong (2212) 227  
Grafton (2217) 3,761  
Granton Area (2226) 700  
Grantsburg (2233) 1,159  
Green Bay Area (2289) 30,608  
Green Lake (2310) 450  
Greendale (2296) 3,127  
Greenfield (2303) 3,614  
Greenwood (2394) 845  

Districts shown above: 20

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H

DistrictK-8K-12UHSExplanation of
10%+ Variance
Hamilton (2420) 5,970 We had a new person keeping track of our census numbers this year. She did a much more thorough job than we've ever had in the past. She was able to obtain an accurate count of home schooled children and the children that are going out of the district through open enrollment. We've also had a jump in enrollment especially in the 4K program.
Hartford J1 (2443)2,888  Hartford is a growing community. We have several sub-divisions that have been built which are being occupied by newer families with young children.
Hartford UHS (2436)  2,686 
Hartland-Lakeside J3 (2460)1,765   
Hayward Community (2478) 2,883  
Herman #22 (2523)140   
Highland (2527) 368  
Hilbert (2534) 840  
Hillsboro (2541) 1,278  
Holmen (2562) 4,377  
Horicon (2576) 1,624 Less student in District.
Hortonville (2583) 4,787  
Howard-Suamico (2604) 7,013  
Howards Grove (2605) 1,379  
Hudson (2611) 6,977  
Hurley (2618) 955  
Hustisford (2625) 756  

Districts shown above: 17

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I

DistrictK-8K-12UHSExplanation of
10%+ Variance
Independence (2632) 542  
Iola-Scandinavia (2639) 1,237  
Iowa-Grant (2646) 1,096  
Ithaca (2660) 469  

Districts shown above: 4

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J

DistrictK-8K-12UHSExplanation of
10%+ Variance
Janesville (2695) 13,985  
Jefferson (2702) 2,631  
Johnson Creek (2730) 811  
Juda (2737) 391  

Districts shown above: 4

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K

DistrictK-8K-12UHSExplanation of
10%+ Variance
Kaukauna Area (2758) 5,423  
Kenosha (2793) 31,676  
Kettle Moraine (1376) 6,048  
Kewaskum (2800) 3,095  
Kewaunee (2814) 1,560  
Kickapoo Area (5960) 626  
Kiel Area (2828) 2,059  
Kimberly Area (2835) 4,739  
Kohler (2842) 662  

Districts shown above: 9

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L

DistrictK-8K-12UHSExplanation of
10%+ Variance
Lac Du Flambeau #1 (1848)686   
Lacrosse (2849) 10,415  
Ladysmith-Hawkins (2856) 1,811  
Lafarge (2863) 471  
Lake Country (3862)520   
Lake Geneva J1 (2885)2,606   
Lake Geneva-Genoa UHS (2884)  2,020 
Lake Holcombe (2891) 599  
Lake Mills Area (2898) 1,895  
Lakeland UHS (3647)  1,336 
Lancaster Community (2912) 1,408  
Laona (2940) 329  
Lena (2961) 698  
Linn J4 (3087)164   
Linn J6 (3094)129   
Little Chute Area (3129) 2,145  
Lodi (3150) 2,046  
Lomira (3171) 1,491  
Loyal (3206) 1,151  
Luck (3213) 759  
Luxemburg-Casco (3220) 3,303 INFLUX OF PEOPLE MOVING OUT OF GREEN BAY AREA AND INTO LUXEMBURG. SEVERAL SUBDIVISIONS GROWING TREMENDOUSLY

Districts shown above: 21

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M

DistrictK-8K-12UHSExplanation of
10%+ Variance
Madison Metropolitan (3269) 34,434  
Manawa (3276) 1,134  
Manitowoc (3290) 8,722  
Maple (3297) 1,823  
Maple Dale-Indian Hill (1897)471   
Marathon City (3304) 1,161  
Marinette (3311) 3,282  
Marion (3318) 854  
Markesan (3325) 1,484  
Marshall (3332) 1,613  
Marshfield (3339) 6,038  
Mauston (3360) 2,167  
Mayville (3367) 1,528  
McFarland (3381) 2,612  
Medford Area (3409) 3,623  
Mellen (3427) 362  
Melrose-Mindoro (3428) 837  
Menasha (3430) 5,788 See note submitted to Beverly Krause.
Menominee Indian (3434) 1,771  
Menomonee Falls (3437) 5,423  
Menomonie Area (3444) 4,524  
Mequon-Thiensville (3479) 5,582  
Mercer (3484) 242  
Merrill Area (3500) 3,766  
Merton Community (3528)970   
Middleton-Cross Plains (3549) 6,882  
Milton (3612) 4,376  
Milwaukee (3619) 167,789  
Mineral Point (3633) 999  
Minocqua J1 (3640)724   
Mishicot (3661) 1,715  
Mondovi (3668) 1,384  
Monona Grove (3675) 3,491  
Monroe (3682) 4,057 Ages 4-20. Computer system changes over the last couple of years.
Montello (3689) 956  
Monticello (3696) 465  
Mosinee (3787) 2,749  
Mount Horeb Area (3794) 2,746  
Mukwonago (3822) 7,250  
Muskego-Norway (3857) 7,735  

Districts shown above: 40

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N

DistrictK-8K-12UHSExplanation of
10%+ Variance
Necedah Area (3871) 1,123  
Neenah (3892) 9,532  
Neillsville (3899) 1,346  
Nekoosa (3906) 1,871 Last year (2003-04) we neglected to include the 20-year-olds in our count.
Neosho J3 (3913)195   
New Auburn (3920) 445  
New Berlin (3925) 6,666  
New Glarus (3934) 1,027  
New Holstein (3941) 2,430  
New Lisbon (3948) 866 More families have been moving into our District mainly because of the prison. Also we are doing a much better job of collecting information from the families that move in.
New London (3955) 4,203  
New Richmond (3962) 3,392  
Niagara (3969) 724  
Nicolet UHS (2177)  1,950 
Norris (3976) 142 Our
North Cape (4690)296   
North Crawford (2016) 695  
North Fond Du Lac (3983) 2,341  
North Lake (3514)406   
Northern Ozaukee (1945) 1,280  
Northland Pines (1526) 2,040  
Northwood (3654) 516  
Norwalk-Ontario-Wilton (3990) 790  
Norway J7 (4011)171   

Districts shown above: 24

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O

DistrictK-8K-12UHSExplanation of
10%+ Variance
Oak Creek-Franklin (4018) 6,395  
Oakfield (4025) 799  
Oconomowoc Area (4060) 6,482  
Oconto (4067) 1,446  
Oconto Falls (4074) 2,119  
Omro (4088) 1,859 Talked with Brad Adams and he stated that the age 20 was vague in the statues and we were not counting those children in previous years. He said somewhere along the line it was amended to included students that were 20. Also have a lot of growth (new houses) to our district.
Onalaska (4095) 3,726  
Oostburg (4137) 1,473  
Oregon (4144) 4,714  
Osceola (4165) 2,203  
Oshkosh Area (4179) 14,529  
Osseo-Fairchild (4186) 1,421  
Owen-Withee (4207) 1,206  

Districts shown above: 13

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P

DistrictK-8K-12UHSExplanation of
10%+ Variance
Palmyra-Eagle Area (4221) 2,226  
Pardeeville Area (4228) 1,648  
Paris J1 (4235)254   
Park Falls (4242) 1,119  
Parkview (4151) 1,450  
Pecatonica Area (0490) 677  
Pepin Area (4270) 415  
Peshtigo (4305) 2,414  
Pewaukee (4312) 3,281  
Phelps (4330) 205  
Phillips (4347) 1,324  
Pittsville (4368) 1,011  
Platteville (4389) 1,730  
Plum City (4459) 479  
Plymouth (4473) 3,472  
Port Edwards (4508) 660  
Port Washington-Saukville (4515) 4,133  
Portage Community (4501) 3,030  
Potosi (4529) 549  
Poynette (4536) 1,532  
Prairie Du Chien Area (4543) 2,010  
Prairie Farm (4557) 449  
Prentice (4571) 724  
Prescott (4578) 1,951  
Princeton (4606) 605  
Pulaski Community (4613) 4,936  

Districts shown above: 26

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R

DistrictK-8K-12UHSExplanation of
10%+ Variance
Racine (4620) 33,033  
Randall J1 (4627)810   
Randolph (4634) 820  
Random Lake (4641) 1,611 The difference of 3.3% is mostly due to the increased reponse rate to our annual census mailing. This census mailing is the third step in our mathematical calculation process. This process does strictly focus on 4-20 year olds and uses the exact numbers within the (1)3rd Friday - Sept and (2)parochial/home schooler counts within the district. The school census count is
Raymond #14 (4686)472   
Reedsburg (4753) 3,278  
Reedsville (4760) 1,115  
Rhinelander (4781) 3,412 Declining Enrollment/New Software for Data
Rib Lake (4795) 835  
Rice Lake Area (4802) 3,433  
Richfield J1 (4820)460  Count of children from the physical census taken in Spring of 2003 that would be 4 years of age to 13 years of age used for this report. I have no further explanation for the variance.
Richland (4851) 2,482  
Richmond (3122)431   
Rio Community (4865) 649  
Ripon (4872) 2,325  
River Falls (4893) 4,160  
River Ridge (4904) 820  
River Valley (5523) 1,992  
Riverdale (3850) 1,118  
Rosendale-Brandon (4956) 1,200 Loss of students overall larger graduating classes and past graduates versus incoming 4 year olds.
Rosholt (4963) 904  
Royall (1673) 831  
Rubicon J6 (4998)156  Fewer young children than older children. There has not been an increase in the number of children moving out of the district.

Districts shown above: 23

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S

DistrictK-8K-12UHSExplanation of
10%+ Variance
Saint Croix Central (2422) 1,476  
Saint Croix Falls (5019) 1,209  
Saint Francis (5026) 1,572  
Salem (5068)1,477   
Sauk Prairie (5100) 3,218  
Seneca (5124) 554  
Sevastopol (5130) 935  
Seymour Community (5138) 3,282  
Sharon J11 (5258)350  Perhaps we were able to keep better track of students in our district. Also there was an increase in the number of younger children in the community.
Shawano (5264) 3,762 We feel this is more accurate account.
Sheboygan Area (5271) 13,653  
Sheboygan Falls (5278) 2,454  
Shell Lake (5306) 744  
Shiocton (5348) 981  
Shorewood (5355) 2,324  
Shullsburg (5362) 439  
Silver Lake J1 (5369)633   
Siren (5376) 620  
Slinger (5390) 4,154  
Solon Springs (5397) 511  
Somerset (5432) 1,795  
South Milwaukee (5439) 4,070  
South Shore (4522) 371  
Southern Door County (5457) 1,565  
Southwestern Wisconsin (2485) 981  
Sparta Area (5460) 4,265 The process of census taking in the Sparta Area School District has taken steps to make the census more accurate. This process has included keeping track of changes to students addresses and phone numbers during the school year to make the census easier and more accurate for the census takers. Also there has been an increase in the number of new homes being built in the Sparta area. These are the reasons for the increase in number of children.
Spencer (5467) 1,053  
Spooner (5474) 2,155  
Spring Valley (5586) 1,231  
Stanley-Boyd Area (5593) 1,446  
Stevens Point Area (5607) 11,358 We had a large drop in 19 and 20 year olds.
Stockbridge (5614) 385  
Stone Bank School District (3542)370   
Stoughton Area (5621) 4,662  
Stratford (5628) 1,135  
Sturgeon Bay (5642) 1,908  
Sun Prairie Area (5656) 7,568  
Superior (5663) 5,938  
Suring (5670) 702  
Swallow (3510)379   

Districts shown above: 40

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T

DistrictK-8K-12UHSExplanation of
10%+ Variance
Thorp (5726) 1,291  
Three Lakes (5733) 894  
Tigerton (5740) 537  
Tomah Area (5747) 4,606  
Tomahawk (5754) 2,006  
Tomorrow River (0126) 1,313  
Trevor Grade (5061)424   
Tri-County Area (4375) 985  
Turtle Lake (5810) 680  
Twin Lakes #4 (5817)473   
Two Rivers (5824) 3,057  

Districts shown above: 11

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U

DistrictK-8K-12UHSExplanation of
10%+ Variance
Union Grove J1 (5859)1,068   
Union Grove UHS (5852)  1,297 
Unity (0238) 1,533  

Districts shown above: 3

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V

DistrictK-8K-12UHSExplanation of
10%+ Variance
Valders Area (5866) 1,450  
Verona Area (5901) 5,170  
Viroqua Area (5985) 1,780  

Districts shown above: 3

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W

DistrictK-8K-12UHSExplanation of
10%+ Variance
Wabeno Area (5992) 921  
Walworth J1 (6022)578   
Washburn (6027) 855  
Washington (6069) 135  
Washington-Caldwell (6104)359   
Waterford Graded (6113)1,823   
Waterford UHS (6083)  1,417 
Waterloo (6118) 1,492  
Watertown (6125) 6,062  
Waukesha (6174) 18,154  
Waunakee Community (6181) 3,631  
Waupaca (6195) 3,333  
Waupun (6216) 3,089  
Wausau (6223) 11,070  
Wausaukee (6230) 977  
Wautoma Area (6237) 1,868  
Wauwatosa (6244) 9,608  
Wauzeka-Steuben (6251) 437  
Webster (6293) 899  
West Allis (6300) 18,280  
West Bend (6307) 10,479  
West Depere (6328) 3,313  
West Salem (6370) 2,418  
Westby Area (6321) 1,953  
Westfield (6335) 1,704  
Weston (6354) 648  
Weyauwega-Fremont (6384) 1,523  
Weyerhaeuser Area (6410) 247  
Wheatland J1 (6412)574   
White Lake (6440) 427  
Whitefish Bay (6419) 3,656  
Whitehall (6426) 1,085  
Whitewater (6461) 2,590  
Whitnall (6470) 2,717  
Wild Rose (6475) 992  
Williams Bay (6482) 694  
Wilmot Grade School (5075)151   
Wilmot UHS (6545)  1,983 
Winneconne Community (6608) 2,247  
Winter (6615) 475  
Wisconsin Dells (6678) 2,385  
Wisconsin Heights (0469) 1,706  
Wisconsin Rapids (6685) 9,899  
Wittenberg-Birnamwood (6692) 1,787  
Wonewoc-Union Center (6713) 667  
Woodruff J1 (6720)535   
Wrightstown Community (6734) 1,490  

Districts shown above: 47

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Y

DistrictK-8K-12UHSExplanation of
10%+ Variance
Yorkville J2 (6748)372   

Districts shown above: 1

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State Totals

DistrictK-8K-12UHSExplanation of
10%+ Variance
Total Number of Children29,3841,214,60819,007 

Total number of districts shown: 426

Total children: 1,262,999

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