2016 Ohio School Discipline Report Card

How Well Does Your School Perform in Preventing the School-to-Prison Pipeline?
Checkout the Summary,  Full Report and Individual Schools

 

Individual School Districts

Article Index

IRN: 047621

Organization: Public School District  
Ohio Public School Typology: Type 1: Rural - High Student Poverty & Small Student Population

 


 

 

Overall Grade

 

 

Letter Grade:C
Numerical Grade71.6
Rank77   / 1110

 

 

 

 


 

 

Exclusion Grade

 

 

 

 Exclusion includes both expulsions and out-of-school suspensions. The exclusion grade was calculated by (1) adding the rate for out-of-school suspension to the rate for expulsions. In addition a penalty was added for preschool through 3rd grade exclusion and 9th grade exclusion. A grade from zero to 100 was assigned with the lower the rate of suspension/ expulsions the higher the grade. A rate is per 100 students.

 

Exclusion Grade 60
   
Exclusion Score 12.9                     
   
Exclusion Rank 424 / 1110

 

Overall Exclusion Rate3.9 per 100 students
  
Preschool Exclusion Rate per 100 students                     
Kindergarten Exclusion Rateper 100 students
  
1st Grade Exclusion Rateper 100 students
2nd Grade Exclusion Rateper 100 students
3rd Grade Exclusion Rateper 100 students
  
9th grade Exclusionper 100 students

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

Subjective Behavior Discipline Grade

 

 

 

 Exclusion for subjective behavior and many other non-violent behavior should be limited. The Subjective Behavior Discipline was defined as disruptive/disobedient behavior, harassment/intimindation and unwelcome sexual conduct. The occurrence was added to together in addition penalty for exclusions for use of tobacco and truancy was added to the score. This initial score was divided by total exclusion occurrence to calculate s percentage. A grade from 0 to 100 was assigned. The lower the percentage the higher the grade.

Subjective Behavior Discipline Grade

 

68

Subjective Behavior Discipline Exclusion Occurrences - Total

 

15

Subjective Behavior Discipline Exclusion Percentage

 

0

Subjective Behavior Discipline Exclusion Rank

 

 1  / 1110

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Selected Exclusion Occurrences               

Disruptive / Disobedient Behavior Exclusion Occurrence0
  
Harassment/intimidation Exclusion Occurrence0
  
Unwelcome sexual conduct Exclusion Occurrence0
  
Truancy Exclusion Occurrences0
  
Use of Tobacco Exclusion Occurrence0

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

Racial Disparity in Exclusion Rate

 

 

 

A racial disparity rate was calculated for Exclusions. Exclusions include out-of-school suspensions and expulsions. . A rate was calculated using the race with the highest rate and the race with the lowest rate The lowest of the rate was divided into the highest of the rate. If the lowest rate was 0 than the highest rate was divided by .1  If school had only one race than no racial disparity rate was calculated.

Racial Discipline Disparity Grade80
  
Racial Discipline Disparity1.05405405405
  
Racial Discipline Disparity Rank77 / 1110

 

How to read: In Fairfield Local (2016),  Highest Exclusion Rate: White students had 77 times more suspensions than Lowest Exclusion Rate: Multiracial.

 

Highest Exclusion Rate: White
Lowest Exclusion Rate: Multiracial
 
Single Race: No

 


 

 

Demographic Information

 

 

 

Enrollment

 

921

Median Income

 

30039

Student Poverty Percentage

 

35

Minority Student Percentage

 

2.4

 


 

Contact Information

 

 

 

Contact Name:  William  Garrett,  Superintendent

 

{Address:  AS}

City/Town: Leesburg

County: Highland

ZipCode: 45135

                                          

Phone Number:(937)7802221

 

Email AddressThis email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Data Source

 

 

 

This report is based on the most recently posted data (2014-2015) on Ohio Department of Education website, Ohio Advanced Report, http://reportcard.education.ohio.gov/Pages/Power-User-Reports.aspx  as of June 1, 2016.

 

You have no rights to post comments