District Data

DPS Report Card Details

Current Student Enrollment

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DPS Fast Facts

MANAGERIAL AND FISCAL ACCOUNTABILITY AND TRANSPARENCY IMPROVEMENTS AND ACHIEVEMENTS

DPS District Improvement Plan

DPS response to the Ohio Department of Education District Review (May 2015)

2014 Dayton Public Schools District Report Card

Ohio Dept. of Education DPS District Review

2014-2015 Report Card Fact Sheet

2013-2014 Dayton Public Schools Profile

(Individual school report cards can be found on the corresponding school information pages. Elementary schools are here, and high schools are here.)

  2012-2013 2013-2014 Improvement 2014-2015 2015-2016
  Projected
Achievement Kindergarten
Readiness
17.1 16 Arrow pointing down 17 19
3rd Grade Reading Guarantee N/A 71.9% --- 80% 85%
3rd Grade Reading 54.8% 59.5% Arrow pointing upwards 64% 70%
4th Grade Math 46% 40% Arrow pointing down 46% 50%
Performance Index 75.5 75.2 80 85
Avg. ACT Score 17.0 17.4 Arrow pointing upwards 18 19
Progress Reading Below Below ---- Meet Meet
Mathematics Below Below ---- Meet Meet
Graduation Rate 4-Year 69.9% 72.2% Arrow pointing upwards 75% 80%
5-Year 72.5% 77.9% Arrow pointing upwards 82% 87%
Finance Classroom
Instruction
$6,894        
Non-Classroom  $4,538        
Classroom Instruction % 60.3%        
Ohio 8 Coalition Comparison
  • Below midpoint or equivalent per-pupil expenditure
  • Above the median percentage spent on classroom instruction

FY13 Ohio Department of Education Expenditure Ranking Report

Dayton, Cleveland, East Cleveland & Youngstown with

>90% free and reduced lunch

*Comparison Group = Enrollment 10,000 or more

  Dayton Cleveland East Cleveland Youngstown

Comparison

Group

Average*

Expenditure per equivalent pupil:
Classroom instruction $6,894 $7,670 $10,019 $8,448 $6,804
Non-classroom $4,538 $3,469 $5,799 $4,666 $3,104
Total operating $11,432 $11,139 $15,818 $13,114 $9,908
Classroom instruction % 60.3% 68.9% 63.4% 64.4% 68.9%
Action Plan

I. Analyze low achievement schools, PI<80 and scoring a C or better in Value-Added.
 

II. Focus on value-added groups i.e., lowest performing 20% of students; gifted, and special education.


III. Establish Dayton Board of Education focus schools (10 schools with the lowest Performance Index - PI).


IV. Monitor delivery of curriculum and assessments


V. Talent management


VI. Increase classroom instruction percentage

Five-Year Metrics

DPS Metrics 2011-2016

Financial Reports

 

Five-Year Forecasts and Assumptions

 

HOW TO READ A FIVE-YEAR FORECAST

   
 

2017-2021 FIVE-YEAR FORECAST

May 2017

2017-2021 ASSUMPTIONS

May 2017

 

2017-2021 FIVE-YEAR FORECAST

October 2016

2017-2021 ASSUMPTIONS

October 2016

 

2016-2020 FIVE-YEAR FORECAST

May 2016

2016-2020 ASSUMPTIONS

May 2016

 

October 2015

October 2015

 

2015-2019
FIVE-YEAR FORECAST

May 2015

2015-2019
ASSUMPTIONS

May 2015

2015-2019
FIVE-YEAR FORECAST

October 2014

2015-2019 ASSUMPTIONS

October 2014

2014-2018
FIVE-YEAR FORECAST

May 2014

2014-2018
ASSUMPTIONS

May 2014

2014-2018
FIVE-YEAR FORECAST

October 2013

2014-2018
ASSUMPTIONS

October 2013

 

Comprehensive Annual Financial Reports

COMPREHENSIVE ANNUAL FINANCIAL REPORT (CAFR) FY 2016

COMPREHENSIVE ANNUAL FINANCIAL REPORT
(CAFR) FY 2015

 

Comprehensive Annual Financial Report
(CAFR) FY 2014

Comprehensive Annual Financial Report
(CAFR) 
FY 2013

Comprehensive Annual Financial Report
(CAFR) FY 2012

Comprehensive Annual Financial Report
(CAFR FY 2011)

Comprehensive 
Annual Financial Report
(CAFR) FY 2010

Comprehensive 
Annual Financial Report
(CAFR) FY 2009

 

Additional Information

Tax Calculator

W-9

Tuition Rates

DPS Records Retention

R-3 Certificate of Records Disposal Form

 

Discipline Data

2016-17 Q1 Discipline Data
2015-16 2Q Discipline Data
2015 1Q Discipline Data
2014-15 2Q Discipline Data
2014 1Q Discipline Data
2013-2014 DPS Discipline Data

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