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FY 2007-2008 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) 759  
Adams-Friendship Area (0014) 2,253  
Albany (0063) 485  
Algoma (0070) 910  
Alma (0084) 392  
Alma Center (0091) 714 0
Almond-Bancroft (0105) 647  
Altoona (0112) 1,940  
Amery (0119) 2,035  
Antigo (0140) 3,753  
Appleton Area (0147) 22,930  
Arcadia (0154) 1,389  
Argyle (0161) 423  
Arrowhead UHS (2450)  2,615The Arrowhead Union High School District receives census count information from its K-8 elementary schools. The Hartland/Lakeside School District revised its census process and did not provide age 14 to 19 census information to Arrowhead Union High School District. Arrowhead UHSD then used the number of high school students residing in the Hartland/Lakeside School District as the 2008 census number associated with the Hartland/Lakeside School District. Thus lowering the number from the previous year.
Ashland (0170) 3,960  
Ashwaubenon (0182) 3,644  
Athens (0196) 1,089  
Auburndale (0203) 1,147  
Augusta (0217) 1,317  

Districts shown above: 19

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B

DistrictK-8K-12UHSExplanation of
10%+ Variance
Baldwin-Woodville Area (0231) 2,006  
Bangor (0245) 976 Our census is done manually. Our census person has found some additional home school families and our primary grades are increasing in number.
Baraboo (0280) 4,067  
Barneveld (0287) 668  
Barron Area (0308) 1,925  
Bayfield (0315) 656  
Beaver Dam (0336) 5,453  
Beecher-Dunbar-Pembine (4263) 405  
Belleville (0350) 1,275  
Belmont Community (0364) 415  
Beloit (0413) 9,081  
Beloit Turner (0422) 1,774  
Benton (0427) 312  
Berlin Area (0434) 2,874  
Big Foot UHS (6013)  1,039 
Birchwood (0441) 332  
Black Hawk (2240) 941  
Black River Falls (0476) 2,542  
Blair-Taylor (0485) 1,031  
Bloomer (0497) 1,783  
Bonduel (0602) 1,435  
Boscobel (0609) 1,272  
Bowler (0623) 556  
Boyceville Community (0637) 941  
Brighton #1 (0657)195   
Brillion (0658) 1,202  
Bristol #1 (0665)650   
Brodhead (0700) 1,552  
Brown Deer (0721) 2,156  
Bruce (0735) 721  
Burlington Area (0777) 5,263  
Butternut (0840) 215  

Districts shown above: 32

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C

DistrictK-8K-12UHSExplanation of
10%+ Variance
Cadott Community (0870) 1,080  
Cambria-Friesland (0882) 578  
Cambridge (0896) 1,166  
Cameron (0903) 915  
Campbellsport (0910) 2,567  
Cashton (0980) 1,357  
Cassville (0994) 375  
Cedar Grove-Belgium Area (1029) 1,453  
Cedarburg (1015) 4,244  
Central/Westosha UHS (5054)  2,148 
Chetek (1078) 1,427  
Chilton (1085) 1,785  
Chippewa Falls Area (1092) 7,211  
Clayton (1120) 442  
Clear Lake (1127) 959  
Clinton Community (1134) 1,715  
Clintonville (1141) 1,938  
Cochrane-Fountain City (1155) 895  
Colby (1162) 1,472  
Coleman (1169) 1,311  
Colfax (1176) 1,081  
Columbus (1183) 1,802  
Cornell (1204) 655  
Crandon (1218) 1,427  
Crivitz (1232) 1,175  
Cuba City (1246) 1,216 Increase in population
Cudahy (1253) 3,642  
Cumberland (1260) 1,326  

Districts shown above: 28

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D

DistrictK-8K-12UHSExplanation of
10%+ Variance
D C Everest Area (4970) 8,114  
Darlington Community (1295) 1,089 Last years number included 0-3 year old
Deerfield Community (1309) 896  
Deforest Area (1316) 4,201  
Delavan-Darien (1380) 3,697  
Denmark (1407) 2,167  
Depere (1414) 5,152 1. We had an student enrollment growth of 107 over the previous year. 2. We have continued housing growth and families moving into our district. 3. We converted to a new student management software two years and are continuosly improving the integrity and information in that data base from the conversion. 4. We are requesting census information from new and or current families in several new venues in an effort to enhance the data that is collected.
Desoto Area (1421) 788  
Dodgeland (2744) 1,203  
Dodgeville (1428) 1,892  
Dover #1 (1449)137   
Drummond (1491) 672  
Durand (1499) 1,625  

Districts shown above: 13

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E

DistrictK-8K-12UHSExplanation of
10%+ Variance
East Troy Community (1540) 2,383  
Eau Claire Area (1554) 14,716  
Edgar (1561) 1,050  
Edgerton (1568) 2,218  
Elcho (1582) 508  
Eleva-Strum (1600) 812  
Elk Mound Area (1645) 1,416 Increasing enrollment also switched from a manual count to an excel spreadsheet.
Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah (1631) 705  
Elkhorn Area (1638) 3,974  
Ellsworth Community (1659) 2,404  
Elmbrook (0714) 11,433  
Elmwood (1666) 498  
Erin (1687)358   
Evansville Community (1694) 2,449  

Districts shown above: 14

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F

DistrictK-8K-12UHSExplanation of
10%+ Variance
Fall Creek (1729) 1,024  
Fall River (1736) 553  
Fennimore Community (1813) 1,066  
Flambeau (5757) 945  
Florence (1855) 636  
Fond Du Lac (1862) 9,448  
Fontana J8 (1870)294   
Fort Atkinson (1883) 3,540  
Fox Point J2 (1890)1,027   
Franklin Public (1900) 5,881  
Frederic (1939) 744  
Freedom Area (1953) 2,396  
Friess Lake (4843)268   

Districts shown above: 13

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G

DistrictK-8K-12UHSExplanation of
10%+ Variance
Galesville-Ettrick (2009) 1,905  
Geneva J4 (2044)125   
Genoa City J2 (2051)763   
Germantown (2058) 5,884  
Gibraltar Area (2114) 824  
Gillett (2128) 780  
Gilman (2135) 587  
Gilmanton (2142) 305  
Glendale-River Hills (2184)1,053   
Glenwood City (2198) 1,079  
Glidden (2205) 283 Larger number of children who turned 21 vs. number of children who turned 4. Graduates moving from area before turning 20. A number of families with multiple children moving out of district.
Goodman-Armstrong (2212) 219  
Grafton (2217) 3,926  
Granton Area (2226) 619  
Grantsburg (2233) 1,188  
Green Bay Area (2289) 35,262  
Green Lake (2310) 409  
Greendale (2296) 3,121  
Greenfield (2303) 3,675  
Greenwood (2394) 799 Amish will not give us their family information. They gave us information on the families that moved out but not the new ones.
Gresham (2415) 355 School district just started in 07-08 no data collected for previous years.

Districts shown above: 21

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H

DistrictK-8K-12UHSExplanation of
10%+ Variance
Hamilton (2420) 6,525  
Hartford J1 (2443)2,499  Growing area or improved reporting by public
Hartford UHS (2436)  2,612 
Hartland-Lakeside J3 (2460)2,033   
Hayward Community (2478) 2,719  
Herman #22 (2523)129   
Highland (2527) 379  
Hilbert (2534) 810  
Hillsboro (2541) 1,229 We hired Anita Burch an aide in the Hillsboro district to do an actual count and she completed it in late summer or early fall of 2007. from Ron Benish Administrator
Holmen (2562) 4,535  
Horicon (2576) 1,803  
Hortonville (2583) 5,321  
Howard-Suamico (2604) 7,573  
Howards Grove (2605) 1,379  
Hudson (2611) 7,549  
Hurley (2618) 869  
Hustisford (2625) 703  

Districts shown above: 17

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I

DistrictK-8K-12UHSExplanation of
10%+ Variance
Independence (2632) 540  
Iola-Scandinavia (2639) 1,269  
Iowa-Grant (2646) 971  
Ithaca (2660) 425  

Districts shown above: 4

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J

DistrictK-8K-12UHSExplanation of
10%+ Variance
Janesville (2695) 13,556  
Jefferson (2702) 2,805  
Johnson Creek (2730) 837  
Juda (2737) 383  

Districts shown above: 4

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K

DistrictK-8K-12UHSExplanation of
10%+ Variance
Kaukauna Area (2758) 4,743  
Kenosha (2793) 32,184  
Kettle Moraine (1376) 6,084  
Kewaskum (2800) 2,912  
Kewaunee (2814) 1,555  
Kickapoo Area (5960) 552  
Kiel Area (2828) 1,998  
Kimberly Area (2835) 5,791  
Kohler (2842) 703  

Districts shown above: 9

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L

DistrictK-8K-12UHSExplanation of
10%+ Variance
Lac Du Flambeau #1 (1848)556   
Lacrosse (2849) 10,020  
Ladysmith-Hawkins (2856) 1,629  
Lafarge (2863) 492  
Lake Country (3862)500   
Lake Geneva J1 (2885)2,774   
Lake Geneva-Genoa UHS (2884)  1,995 
Lake Holcombe (2891) 497  
Lake Mills Area (2898) 1,691  
Lakeland UHS (3647)  1,337 
Lancaster Community (2912) 1,338  
Laona (2940) 360  
Lena (2961) 619  
Linn J4 (3087)141   
Linn J6 (3094)114   
Little Chute Area (3129) 2,110  
Lodi (3150) 2,072  
Lomira (3171) 1,529  
Loyal (3206) 1,122  
Luck (3213) 704  
Luxemburg-Casco (3220) 3,071  

Districts shown above: 21

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M

DistrictK-8K-12UHSExplanation of
10%+ Variance
Madison Metropolitan (3269) 34,327  
Manawa (3276) 1,145  
Manitowoc (3290) 8,657  
Maple (3297) 1,905  
Maple Dale-Indian Hill (1897)529   
Marathon City (3304) 1,091  
Marinette (3311) 2,963  
Marion (3318) 763  
Markesan (3325) 1,748 We have a large Amish community in our district. The large change is in the Amish count. I was told by the person doing the Amish census that 3 new Amish schools were opened in the last year and that there has been substantial increase in their population.
Marshall (3332) 1,358  
Marshfield (3339) 5,768  
Mauston (3360) 2,028  
Mayville (3367) 1,477  
McFarland (3381) 2,587  
Medford Area (3409) 2,981  
Mellen (3427) 362  
Melrose-Mindoro (3428) 907  
Menasha (3430) 6,933  
Menominee Indian (3434) 1,602  
Menomonee Falls (3437) 5,565  
Menomonie Area (3444) 4,408  
Mequon-Thiensville (3479) 5,395  
Mercer (3484) 198 Recent high school graduates have moved away and many families have left the area.
Merrill Area (3500) 4,154  
Merton Community (3528)1,112   
Middleton-Cross Plains (3549) 7,553  
Milton (3612) 5,000  
Milwaukee (3619) 152,244  
Mineral Point (3633) 1,005  
Minocqua J1 (3640)679   
Mishicot (3661) 1,499  
Mondovi (3668) 1,296  
Monona Grove (3675) 3,587  
Monroe (3682) 3,294  
Montello (3689) 1,010  
Monticello (3696) 456  
Mosinee (3787) 2,670  
Mount Horeb Area (3794) 2,917  
Mukwonago (3822) 7,175  
Muskego-Norway (3857) 7,140  

Districts shown above: 40

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N

DistrictK-8K-12UHSExplanation of
10%+ Variance
Necedah Area (3871) 1,140  
Neenah (3892) 9,615  
Neillsville (3899) 1,261  
Nekoosa (3906) 1,808  
Neosho J3 (3913)216   
New Auburn (3920) 430  
New Berlin (3925) 6,503  
New Glarus (3934) 1,099  
New Holstein (3941) 2,353  
New Lisbon (3948) 764  
New London (3955) 4,640 We are showing an increase in every age category except ages 8 13 16 17 and 20. We feel that our methods are accurate and that we simply have a larger contingent of Hispanic people moving in to our area. We have no other explanation.
New Richmond (3962) 3,706  
Niagara (3969) 560  
Nicolet UHS (2177)  2,005 
Norris (3976) 124  
North Cape (4690)264   
North Crawford (2016) 616  
North Fond Du Lac (3983) 1,849  
North Lake (3514)426  Last years 4 year olds = 23 This years 4 Year olds = 40 That is a difference of 17 in that age group. We are seeing an overall population increase.
North Lakeland (0616)199   
Northern Ozaukee (1945) 1,431 District conducted a post card survey Spring 2008
Northland Pines (1526) 1,886  
Northwood (3654) 496  
Norwalk-Ontario-Wilton (3990) 793  
Norway J7 (4011)127   

Districts shown above: 25

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O

DistrictK-8K-12UHSExplanation of
10%+ Variance
Oak Creek-Franklin (4018) 6,426  
Oakfield (4025) 758  
Oconomowoc Area (4060) 6,962  
Oconto (4067) 1,443  
Oconto Falls (4074) 2,395 More families moved into the district.
Omro (4088) 1,824  
Onalaska (4095) 3,685  
Oostburg (4137) 1,491  
Oregon (4144) 4,567  
Osceola (4165) 2,404  
Oshkosh Area (4179) 11,769  
Osseo-Fairchild (4186) 1,508  
Owen-Withee (4207) 1,058  

Districts shown above: 13

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P

DistrictK-8K-12UHSExplanation of
10%+ Variance
Palmyra-Eagle Area (4221) 1,670  
Pardeeville Area (4228) 1,800  
Paris J1 (4235)234   
Park Falls (4242) 1,031  
Parkview (4151) 1,487  
Pecatonica Area (0490) 674  
Pepin Area (4270) 399  
Peshtigo (4305) 2,080  
Pewaukee (4312) 3,139  
Phelps (4330) 188 Big group turning 21 and smaller group turing 4. Couple bigger families moving out of the area.
Phillips (4347) 1,127  
Pittsville (4368) 829  
Platteville (4389) 1,713  
Plum City (4459) 452  
Plymouth (4473) 3,421  
Port Edwards (4508) 612  
Port Washington-Saukville (4515) 3,964  
Portage Community (4501) 3,030  
Potosi (4529) 508  
Poynette (4536) 1,722  
Prairie Du Chien Area (4543) 1,848  
Prairie Farm (4557) 401  
Prentice (4571) 596  
Prescott (4578) 2,171 We are starting a new 4/5 Kindergarten program and have a whole class of new students enrolling. Most of these families we were not aware of. We also have some new developments that are attracting young families.
Princeton (4606) 636  
Pulaski Community (4613) 5,054  

Districts shown above: 26

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R

DistrictK-8K-12UHSExplanation of
10%+ Variance
Racine (4620) 33,464  
Randall J1 (4627)773   
Randolph (4634) 796  
Random Lake (4641) 1,507  
Raymond #14 (4686)397   
Reedsburg (4753) 3,374  
Reedsville (4760) 1,154  
Rhinelander (4781) 3,536  
Rib Lake (4795) 784  
Rice Lake Area (4802) 3,162  
Richfield J1 (4820)459  For the 2007-2008 Census count we used the mathematical method versus taking some data from an actual census mailing. The census mailing is flawed in that the responses received were not as encompassing in the headcount. What also accounts for the difference is the addition of home-based private educational programs' students.
Richland (4851) 2,450  
Richmond (3122)496   
Rio Community (4865) 631  
Ripon Area (4872) 2,201  
River Falls (4893) 4,445  
River Ridge (4904) 810  
River Valley (5523) 2,039  
Riverdale (3850) 945 We have a large decline in 19 and 20 year olds still in the district. Four year olds numbers were down and many of the mennonite families have moved out of the area in the last year.
Rosendale-Brandon (4956) 1,348  
Rosholt (4963) 868  
Royall (1673) 774  
Rubicon J6 (4998)132  The incoming age group is less than half the size of the one exiting.

Districts shown above: 23

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S

DistrictK-8K-12UHSExplanation of
10%+ Variance
Saint Croix Central (2422) 1,706  
Saint Croix Falls (5019) 1,230  
Saint Francis (5026) 1,433  
Salem (5068)1,278   
Sauk Prairie (5100) 3,538  
Seneca (5124) 509  
Sevastopol (5130) 904  
Seymour Community (5138) 3,422  
Sharon J11 (5258)341   
Shawano (5264) 3,796  
Sheboygan Area (5271) 13,154  
Sheboygan Falls (5278) 2,541  
Shell Lake (5306) 688 0
Shiocton (5348) 997  
Shorewood (5355) 2,169  
Shullsburg (5362) 438 Census is down plus quite a lot of students moved after graduation and are not with parents this summer. 146 children ages 0-3.
Silver Lake J1 (5369)595   
Siren (5376) 617  
Slinger (5390) 4,265  
Solon Springs (5397) 526  
Somerset (5432) 2,075  
South Milwaukee (5439) 3,926 l
South Shore (4522) 344  
Southern Door County (5457) 1,524  
Southwestern Wisconsin (2485) 917  
Sparta Area (5460) 3,695  
Spencer (5467) 988  
Spooner (5474) 1,919  
Spring Valley (5586) 914  
Stanley-Boyd Area (5593) 1,334  
Stevens Point Area (5607) 11,458  
Stockbridge (5614) 359  
Stone Bank School District (3542)374  Increase population in subdivisions
Stoughton Area (5621) 4,786  
Stratford (5628) 1,132  
Sturgeon Bay (5642) 1,750  
Sun Prairie Area (5656) 8,139  
Superior (5663) 5,833  
Suring (5670) 659  
Swallow (3510)458  The District conducted a physical count this year and the numbers used in this report came from that count.

Districts shown above: 40

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T

DistrictK-8K-12UHSExplanation of
10%+ Variance
Thorp (5726) 1,264  
Three Lakes (5733) 806  
Tigerton (5740) 448  
Tomah Area (5747) 4,532  
Tomahawk (5754) 1,760  
Tomorrow River (0126) 1,405  
Trevor-Wilmot Consolidated (5780)743  8th grade graduating class from 07-08 (now 14 years old) was large but estimate of 4 year olds in our district is small.
Tri-County Area (4375) 881  
Turtle Lake (5810) 668  
Twin Lakes #4 (5817)498   
Two Rivers (5824) 3,142  

Districts shown above: 11

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U

DistrictK-8K-12UHSExplanation of
10%+ Variance
Union Grove J1 (5859)1,198   
Union Grove UHS (5852)  1,369 
Unity (0238) 1,691  

Districts shown above: 3

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V

DistrictK-8K-12UHSExplanation of
10%+ Variance
Valders Area (5866) 1,396  
Verona Area (5901) 5,334  
Viroqua Area (5985) 1,918  

Districts shown above: 3

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W

DistrictK-8K-12UHSExplanation of
10%+ Variance
Wabeno Area (5992) 827  
Walworth J1 (6022)607   
Washburn (6027) 761  
Washington (6069) 119  
Washington-Caldwell (6104)361   
Waterford Graded (6113)1,984   
Waterford UHS (6083)  1,417 
Waterloo (6118) 1,348  
Watertown (6125) 6,123  
Waukesha (6174) 17,671  
Waunakee Community (6181) 4,072  
Waupaca (6195) 3,187 We compiled census in the manner we normally do which resulted in the reported count. No specific diference could be determined.
Waupun (6216) 2,932  
Wausau (6223) 11,177  
Wausaukee (6230) 883  
Wautoma Area (6237) 1,875  
Wauwatosa (6244) 9,576  
Wauzeka-Steuben (6251) 369 73 students moved out of the District or have reached the age of 21
Webster (6293) 887  
West Allis (6300) 14,089  
West Bend (6307) 10,483  
West Depere (6328) 3,616  
West Salem (6370) 2,403  
Westby Area (6321) 2,003  
Westfield (6335) 1,391  
Weston (6354) 631  
Weyauwega-Fremont (6384) 1,540  
Weyerhaeuser Area (6410) 213  
Wheatland J1 (6412)608   
White Lake (6440) 435  
Whitefish Bay (6419) 3,846  
Whitehall (6426) 1,118  
Whitewater (6461) 2,313  
Whitnall (6470) 3,443  
Wild Rose (6475) 850  
Williams Bay (6482) 690  
Wilmot UHS (6545)  2,104 
Winneconne Community (6608) 2,342  
Winter (6615) 409 More retirees moving into area not many families with children.
Wisconsin Dells (6678) 2,315  
Wisconsin Heights (0469) 1,626 I believe the count was inaccurate the previous year. I have conducted a more thorough research of this and believe my figures are more within reason.
Wisconsin Rapids (6685) 9,696  
Wittenberg-Birnamwood (6692) 2,030  
Wonewoc-Union Center (6713) 656  
Woodruff J1 (6720)572   
Wrightstown Community (6734) 1,600  

Districts shown above: 46

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Y

DistrictK-8K-12UHSExplanation of
10%+ Variance
Yorkville J2 (6748)397   

Districts shown above: 1

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State Totals

DistrictK-8K-12UHSExplanation of
10%+ Variance
Total Number of Children29,6731,196,14818,641 

Total number of districts shown: 426

Total children: 1,244,462

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