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FY 2005-2006 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) 747  
Adams-Friendship Area (0014) 2,342  
Albany (0063) 462  
Algoma (0070) 961  
Alma (0084) 367 Unknown
Alma Center (0091) 710  
Almond-Bancroft (0105) 672  
Altoona (0112) 1,876  
Amery (0119) 2,134  
Antigo (0140) 3,844  
Appleton Area (0147) 22,916  
Arcadia (0154) 1,403  
Argyle (0161) 409  
Arrowhead UHS (2450)  3,384 
Ashland (0170) 3,682  
Ashwaubenon (0182) 3,900  
Athens (0196) 1,119  
Auburndale (0203) 1,157  
Augusta (0217) 1,343 Increase of Amish and Menonite population. Was able to get a more accurate count from them this year. Also the enrollment within City of Augusta surrounding townships went up.

Districts shown above: 19

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B

DistrictK-8K-12UHSExplanation of
10%+ Variance
Baldwin-Woodville Area (0231) 2,007  
Bangor (0245) 868 I discovered this year that our program for calculating the age of children was using an incorrect date. This has been corrected for this year's count but did incorrectly calculate last year's count which should have been 913.
Baraboo (0280) 3,945  
Barneveld (0287) 563  
Barron Area (0308) 1,900  
Bayfield (0315) 640  
Beaver Dam (0336) 5,900  
Beecher-Dunbar-Pembine (4263) 449  
Belleville (0350) 1,217  
Belmont Community (0364) 399  
Beloit (0413) 9,516  
Beloit Turner (0422) 1,688  
Benton (0427) 320  
Berlin Area (0434) 2,991  
Big Foot UHS (6013)  1,019 
Birchwood (0441) 409  
Black Hawk (2240) 740  
Black River Falls (0476) 2,420  
Blair-Taylor (0485) 998  
Bloomer (0497) 1,814  
Bonduel (0602) 1,364  
Boscobel (0609) 1,226  
Boulder Junction J1 (0616)202   
Bowler (0623) 547  
Boyceville Community (0637) 1,019  
Brighton #1 (0657)239  Prior year reported 5 4 year olds we have a current Kindergarten enrollment of 17. Also 0-4 data collection is incorrect from prior year. **Please note a low population count.
Brillion (0658) 1,208  
Bristol #1 (0665)601   
Brodhead (0700) 1,592 Improved data collection method including demographic statistics from the Wisconsin Department of Health and Family Services State Vital Records Office and contact with District Residents.
Brown Deer (0721) 2,081  
Bruce (0735) 719  
Burlington Area (0777) 5,299  
Butternut (0840) 233  

Districts shown above: 33

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C

DistrictK-8K-12UHSExplanation of
10%+ Variance
Cadott Community (0870) 1,072  
Cambria-Friesland (0882) 609  
Cambridge (0896) 1,136  
Cameron (0903) 963  
Campbellsport (0910) 2,654  
Cashton (0980) 1,342  
Cassville (0994) 415  
Cedar Grove-Belgium Area (1029) 1,412  
Cedarburg (1015) 4,303  
Central/Westosha UHS (5054)  2,102 
Chetek (1078) 1,461  
Chilton (1085) 1,799  
Chippewa Falls Area (1092) 7,189  
Clayton (1120) 485  
Clear Lake (1127) 974  
Clinton Community (1134) 1,763  
Clintonville (1141) 1,932  
Cochrane-Fountain City (1155) 966  
Colby (1162) 1,655  
Coleman (1169) 1,262  
Colfax (1176) 1,122  
Columbus (1183) 1,769  
Cornell (1204) 701  
Crandon (1218) 1,361  
Crivitz (1232) 1,147 We have not had a door to door census in many years and do not have luck with return mail post cards. The numbers are as accurate as is possible.
Cuba City (1246) 1,111  
Cudahy (1253) 3,602  
Cumberland (1260) 1,372  

Districts shown above: 28

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D

DistrictK-8K-12UHSExplanation of
10%+ Variance
D C Everest Area (4970) 7,833  
Darlington Community (1295) 1,192  
Deerfield Community (1309) 896  
Deforest Area (1316) 3,834  
Delavan-Darien (1380) 4,227  
Denmark (1407) 2,174  
Depere (1414) 4,594  
Desoto Area (1421) 798  
Dodgeland (2744) 1,177  
Dodgeville (1428) 1,794  
Dover #1 (1449)116   
Drummond (1491) 702  
Durand (1499) 1,746  

Districts shown above: 13

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E

DistrictK-8K-12UHSExplanation of
10%+ Variance
East Troy Community (1540) 2,341  
Eau Claire Area (1554) 14,518  
Edgar (1561) 1,029  
Edgerton (1568) 2,205  
Elcho (1582) 558  
Eleva-Strum (1600) 822  
Elk Mound Area (1645) 1,143 We did a estimate last year while we converted our actual count to a computerized system. We feel our data is more accurate than in the past. Our district's enrollment is also increasing.
Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah (1631) 746  
Elkhorn Area (1638) 3,821  
Ellsworth Community (1659) 2,504  
Elmbrook (0714) 11,354  
Elmwood (1666) 466  
Erin (1687)372   
Evansville Community (1694) 2,463  

Districts shown above: 14

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F

DistrictK-8K-12UHSExplanation of
10%+ Variance
Fall Creek (1729) 1,037  
Fall River (1736) 505  
Fennimore Community (1813) 1,022  
Flambeau (5757) 954  
Florence (1855) 660 Less home schooled children less border jumpers and declining enrollment
Fond Du Lac (1862) 9,525  
Fontana J8 (1870)287   
Fort Atkinson (1883) 3,483  
Fox Point J2 (1890)1,049   
Franklin Public (1900) 5,859  
Frederic (1939) 776  
Freedom Area (1953) 2,366  
Friess Lake (4843)286  Our census count is currently done by a bulk mailing to our residents. It's reliability is only as good as how many people fill them out and return them to us with the information about their children ages 4-13. If there continues to be a wide variance from past years next year the District may consider doing a physical count.

Districts shown above: 13

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G

DistrictK-8K-12UHSExplanation of
10%+ Variance
Galesville-Ettrick (2009) 1,992  
Geneva J4 (2044)118   
Genoa City J2 (2051)792   
Germantown (2058) 5,805  
Gibraltar Area (2114) 807  
Gillett (2128) 761  
Gilman (2135) 629  
Gilmanton (2142) 366  
Glendale-River Hills (2184)1,012   
Glenwood City (2198) 1,258  
Glidden (2205) 346  
Goodman-Armstrong (2212) 228  
Grafton (2217) 3,789  
Granton Area (2226) 664  
Grantsburg (2233) 1,180  
Green Bay Area (2289) 32,252  
Green Lake (2310) 478  
Greendale (2296) 3,134  
Greenfield (2303) 3,661  
Greenwood (2394) 880  

Districts shown above: 20

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H

DistrictK-8K-12UHSExplanation of
10%+ Variance
Hamilton (2420) 6,256  
Hartford J1 (2443)2,278  This number is based on records submitted from Census cards.
Hartford UHS (2436)  2,683 
Hartland-Lakeside J3 (2460)1,967  New subdivisions have been developed and new homes built. We have additional children in the area
Hayward Community (2478) 2,772  
Herman #22 (2523)136   
Highland (2527) 349  
Hilbert (2534) 850  
Hillsboro (2541) 1,219  
Holmen (2562) 4,548  
Horicon (2576) 1,769  
Hortonville (2583) 5,609 Community growth
Howard-Suamico (2604) 7,437  
Howards Grove (2605) 1,412  
Hudson (2611) 7,114  
Hurley (2618) 912  
Hustisford (2625) 710  

Districts shown above: 17

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I

DistrictK-8K-12UHSExplanation of
10%+ Variance
Independence (2632) 528  
Iola-Scandinavia (2639) 1,227  
Iowa-Grant (2646) 1,044  
Ithaca (2660) 426  

Districts shown above: 4

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J

DistrictK-8K-12UHSExplanation of
10%+ Variance
Janesville (2695) 13,882  
Jefferson (2702) 2,726  
Johnson Creek (2730) 833  
Juda (2737) 392  

Districts shown above: 4

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K

DistrictK-8K-12UHSExplanation of
10%+ Variance
Kaukauna Area (2758) 4,728 Last year student were counted differently. This year there was more accurate counting done.
Kenosha (2793) 32,019  
Kettle Moraine (1376) 6,324  
Kewaskum (2800) 2,861  
Kewaunee (2814) 1,704  
Kickapoo Area (5960) 572  
Kiel Area (2828) 2,062  
Kimberly Area (2835) 5,232  KIMBERLY IS ONE OF THE FASTER GROWING SCHOOL DISTRICTS IN WISCONSIN ENROLLMENT IN THE DISTRICT INCREASED OVER 120 STUDENTS IN 05-06. IN ADDITION WE NOW TRACK CENSUS OF STUDENTS THAT DO NOT ATTEND KIMBERLY SCHOOLS BUT RESIDE IN THE DISTRICT ON OUR SCHOOL'S STUDENT ACCOUNTING SYSTEM. THE REMAINING INCREASE WE BELIEVE REFLECTS A MORE ACCURATE COUNT OF STUDENTS THAT DO NOT ATTEND KIMBERLY SCHOOLS BUT RESIDE IN THE DISTRCT BETWEEN THE AGES OF 4-20.
Kohler (2842) 690  

Districts shown above: 9

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L

DistrictK-8K-12UHSExplanation of
10%+ Variance
Lac Du Flambeau #1 (1848)660   
Lacrosse (2849) 10,278  
Ladysmith-Hawkins (2856) 1,750  
Lafarge (2863) 464  
Lake Country (3862)560   
Lake Geneva J1 (2885)2,722   
Lake Geneva-Genoa UHS (2884)  2,071 
Lake Holcombe (2891) 565  
Lake Mills Area (2898) 1,819  
Lakeland UHS (3647)  1,340 
Lancaster Community (2912) 1,377  
Laona (2940) 336  
Lena (2961) 704  
Linn J4 (3087)156   
Linn J6 (3094)119   
Little Chute Area (3129) 2,111  
Lodi (3150) 2,069  
Lomira (3171) 1,526  
Loyal (3206) 1,165  
Luck (3213) 745  
Luxemburg-Casco (3220) 3,332  

Districts shown above: 21

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M

DistrictK-8K-12UHSExplanation of
10%+ Variance
Madison Metropolitan (3269) 34,491  
Manawa (3276) 1,128  
Manitowoc (3290) 8,679  
Maple (3297) 1,832  
Maple Dale-Indian Hill (1897)496   
Marathon City (3304) 1,169  
Marinette (3311) 3,080  
Marion (3318) 839  
Markesan (3325) 1,498  
Marshall (3332) 1,671  
Marshfield (3339) 6,424  
Mauston (3360) 2,153  
Mayville (3367) 1,570  
McFarland (3381) 2,612  
Medford Area (3409) 3,472  
Mellen (3427) 374  
Melrose-Mindoro (3428) 851 Because there were fewer children last year.
Menasha (3430) 6,112  
Menominee Indian (3434) 1,819  
Menomonee Falls (3437) 5,421  
Menomonie Area (3444) 4,390  
Mequon-Thiensville (3479) 5,528  
Mercer (3484) 235  
Merrill Area (3500) 3,679  
Merton Community (3528)993   
Middleton-Cross Plains (3549) 6,869  
Milton (3612) 4,510  
Milwaukee (3619) 159,414  
Mineral Point (3633) 1,009  
Minocqua J1 (3640)689   
Mishicot (3661) 1,808  
Mondovi (3668) 1,345  
Monona Grove (3675) 3,708  
Monroe (3682) 3,811  
Montello (3689) 969  
Monticello (3696) 437  
Mosinee (3787) 2,702  
Mount Horeb Area (3794) 2,781  
Mukwonago (3822) 7,268  
Muskego-Norway (3857) 7,035  

Districts shown above: 40

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N

DistrictK-8K-12UHSExplanation of
10%+ Variance
Necedah Area (3871) 1,177  
Neenah (3892) 9,554  
Neillsville (3899) 1,383  
Nekoosa (3906) 1,896  
Neosho J3 (3913)245  Mistakenly the 2004-05 Census Report did not include head counts of private school or home schooled students.
New Auburn (3920) 436  
New Berlin (3925) 6,602  
New Glarus (3934) 1,029  
New Holstein (3941) 2,408  
New Lisbon (3948) 797  
New London (3955) 4,355  
New Richmond (3962) 3,535  
Niagara (3969) 649 Resident count in K-12 was down approximately 25 students and we counted less 4 year olds because of declining enrollment.
Nicolet UHS (2177)  1,947 
Norris (3976) 141  
North Cape (4690)304   
North Crawford (2016) 670  
North Fond Du Lac (3983) 1,954 We forgot to run this report until after we rolled the year over so we lost some of our data. In addition the state is now requiring us to label some students as inactive for the state numbering system and our system then did not pick them up for this report. We are investigating how to resolve these issues with our software company and other users of this software.
North Lake (3514)396   
Northern Ozaukee (1945) 1,275  
Northland Pines (1526) 1,961  
Northwood (3654) 516  
Norwalk-Ontario-Wilton (3990) 785  
Norway J7 (4011)151  Down in student enrollment for this school year

Districts shown above: 24

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O

DistrictK-8K-12UHSExplanation of
10%+ Variance
Oak Creek-Franklin (4018) 6,612  
Oakfield (4025) 759  
Oconomowoc Area (4060) 6,505  
Oconto (4067) 1,462  
Oconto Falls (4074) 2,120  
Omro (4088) 1,794  
Onalaska (4095) 3,733  
Oostburg (4137) 1,452  
Oregon (4144) 4,701  
Osceola (4165) 2,383  
Oshkosh Area (4179) 13,657  
Osseo-Fairchild (4186) 1,475  
Owen-Withee (4207) 1,115  

Districts shown above: 13

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P

DistrictK-8K-12UHSExplanation of
10%+ Variance
Palmyra-Eagle Area (4221) 2,040  
Pardeeville Area (4228) 1,714  
Paris J1 (4235)218  We are a very small district and a small number in varation can be a signifcant percentage. Also the previous year was an actual count compared to this years mathematical count.
Park Falls (4242) 1,064  
Parkview (4151) 1,460  
Pecatonica Area (0490) 660  
Pepin Area (4270) 410  
Peshtigo (4305) 2,326  
Pewaukee (4312) 3,241  
Phelps (4330) 217  
Phillips (4347) 1,319  
Pittsville (4368) 1,049  
Platteville (4389) 1,731  
Plum City (4459) 461  
Plymouth (4473) 3,452  
Port Edwards (4508) 648  
Port Washington-Saukville (4515) 4,034  
Portage Community (4501) 2,840  
Potosi (4529) 576  
Poynette (4536) 1,579  
Prairie Du Chien Area (4543) 1,985  
Prairie Farm (4557) 402 With updating and taking out the family's that have moved and taking out the students that are to old we have not gained alot of new students and this brings our numbers down.
Prentice (4571) 636 I think what happened is whoever reported the census last year included everyone ages 0 through 20 rather than ages 4 through 20 as they should have.
Prescott (4578) 1,898  
Princeton (4606) 692 The district hired a person to go door to door and perform an actual physical head count of children in every home in the district.
Pulaski Community (4613) 4,990  

Districts shown above: 26

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R

DistrictK-8K-12UHSExplanation of
10%+ Variance
Racine (4620) 33,436  
Randall J1 (4627)807   
Randolph (4634) 808  
Random Lake (4641) 1,597  
Raymond #14 (4686)404  Raymond School had a large 8th grade graduating class that most students moved up to the next age level. Our upcoming kindergarten class (5 yr olds) is much smaller that our 8th grade class that left. We had several students move out of our district as well.
Reedsburg (4753) 3,309  
Reedsville (4760) 1,195  
Rhinelander (4781) 3,879 Numbers reported incorrectly for 2004-2005 census report. Did not include home schooled and private schools.
Rib Lake (4795) 803  
Rice Lake Area (4802) 3,232  
Richfield J1 (4820)458   
Richland (4851) 2,481  
Richmond (3122)507  We did a physical count this year.
Rio Community (4865) 667  
Ripon (4872) 2,482  
River Falls (4893) 4,224  
River Ridge (4904) 858  
River Valley (5523) 2,013  
Riverdale (3850) 1,037  
Rosendale-Brandon (4956) 1,279  
Rosholt (4963) 889  
Royall (1673) 822  
Rubicon J6 (4998)144   

Districts shown above: 23

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S

DistrictK-8K-12UHSExplanation of
10%+ Variance
Saint Croix Central (2422) 1,527  
Saint Croix Falls (5019) 1,220  
Saint Francis (5026) 1,479  
Salem (5068)1,365   
Sauk Prairie (5100) 3,445  
Seneca (5124) 549  
Sevastopol (5130) 925 More births in Sevastopol district.
Seymour Community (5138) 3,317  
Sharon J11 (5258)342   
Shawano (5264) 3,805  
Sheboygan Area (5271) 13,400  
Sheboygan Falls (5278) 2,630  
Shell Lake (5306) 720  
Shiocton (5348) 970  
Shorewood (5355) 2,312 Declining enrollment.
Shullsburg (5362) 465  
Silver Lake J1 (5369)601   
Siren (5376) 626  
Slinger (5390) 4,227  
Solon Springs (5397) 521  
Somerset (5432) 1,884  
South Milwaukee (5439) 4,104  
South Shore (4522) 379  
Southern Door County (5457) 1,579  
Southwestern Wisconsin (2485) 992  
Sparta Area (5460) 3,820 In reviewing the census procedures from 2004-05 the district reported all residents under age 21 and not just residents ages 4-20.
Spencer (5467) 1,120  
Spooner (5474) 2,122  
Spring Valley (5586) 1,111  
Stanley-Boyd Area (5593) 1,472  
Stevens Point Area (5607) 11,080  
Stockbridge (5614) 386  
Stone Bank School District (3542)369   
Stoughton Area (5621) 4,688  
Stratford (5628) 1,117  
Sturgeon Bay (5642) 1,760  
Sun Prairie Area (5656) 7,870  
Superior (5663) 5,901  
Suring (5670) 670  
Swallow (3510)462  New subdivisions built in our school district = more students.

Districts shown above: 40

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T

DistrictK-8K-12UHSExplanation of
10%+ Variance
Thorp (5726) 1,247  
Three Lakes (5733) 855  
Tigerton (5740) 487  
Tomah Area (5747) 4,571  
Tomahawk (5754) 1,956  
Tomorrow River (0126) 1,368  
Trevor Grade (5061)451   
Tri-County Area (4375) 964  
Turtle Lake (5810) 658  
Twin Lakes #4 (5817)526  2 new subdivisions have been opened in our district.
Two Rivers (5824) 3,383 A number of students in the previous year's report were classified incorrectly in the District's student information software system based on where they live. This information was "cleaned up" prior to filing the 2005-06 School Census Report.

Districts shown above: 11

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U

DistrictK-8K-12UHSExplanation of
10%+ Variance
Union Grove J1 (5859)1,096   
Union Grove UHS (5852)  1,315 
Unity (0238) 1,602  

Districts shown above: 3

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V

DistrictK-8K-12UHSExplanation of
10%+ Variance
Valders Area (5866) 1,476  
Verona Area (5901) 5,269  
Viroqua Area (5985) 1,775  

Districts shown above: 3

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W

DistrictK-8K-12UHSExplanation of
10%+ Variance
Wabeno Area (5992) 832  
Walworth J1 (6022)569   
Washburn (6027) 801  
Washington (6069) 122  
Washington-Caldwell (6104)348   
Waterford Graded (6113)1,912   
Waterford UHS (6083)  1,421 
Waterloo (6118) 1,426  
Watertown (6125) 6,022  
Waukesha (6174) 17,854  
Waunakee Community (6181) 3,710  
Waupaca (6195) 3,335  
Waupun (6216) 3,035  
Wausau (6223) 11,236  
Wausaukee (6230) 969  
Wautoma Area (6237) 1,858  
Wauwatosa (6244) 9,024  
Wauzeka-Steuben (6251) 470  
Webster (6293) 886  
West Allis (6300) 17,253  
West Bend (6307) 10,662  
West Depere (6328) 3,287  
West Salem (6370) 2,400  
Westby Area (6321) 1,975  
Westfield (6335) 1,690  
Weston (6354) 648  
Weyauwega-Fremont (6384) 1,491  
Weyerhaeuser Area (6410) 214 We had a few large families move out of the district.
Wheatland J1 (6412)583   
White Lake (6440) 437  
Whitefish Bay (6419) 3,793  
Whitehall (6426) 1,099  
Whitewater (6461) 2,342  
Whitnall (6470) 3,114 We have traditionally performed a physical count using door to door surveys and post card solicitations. We are now using the DPI estimating technique using information in our new SASI software and it yields more students. All we can conjecture is the physical count had many non-respondents. thank you for the new technique - we receive more aid and save money.
Wild Rose (6475) 1,043  
Williams Bay (6482) 671  
Wilmot Grade School (5075)150   
Wilmot UHS (6545)  1,995 
Winneconne Community (6608) 2,233  
Winter (6615) 475  
Wisconsin Dells (6678) 2,350  
Wisconsin Heights (0469) 1,664  
Wisconsin Rapids (6685) 9,916  
Wittenberg-Birnamwood (6692) 1,930  
Wonewoc-Union Center (6713) 682  
Woodruff J1 (6720)580   
Wrightstown Community (6734) 1,510  

Districts shown above: 47

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Y

DistrictK-8K-12UHSExplanation of
10%+ Variance
Yorkville J2 (6748)375   

Districts shown above: 1

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State Totals

DistrictK-8K-12UHSExplanation of
10%+ Variance
Total Number of Children29,2131,207,77719,277 

Total number of districts shown: 426

Total children: 1,256,267

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