Pupil Accommodation Report

Pupil Accommodation Report
REPORT NO: B-12-161
LAMBTON KENT DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD
REGULAR BOARD, PUBLIC SESSION
Report To Board
FROM:
Jim Costello, Director of Education
DATE:
October 9, 2012
SUBJECT:
Pupil Accommodation Report October 2012
This annual Pupil Accommodation Report is presented to the Board by the Director of Education in
compliance with Regulation No: R-AD-106. The purpose of the Report is to summarize data to
provide an overview of accommodation issues across the wide geographic area of the Lambton Kent
District School Board. The study of current student enrolment data, demographic issues and Ministry
of Education initiatives is key to future planning. Some of the data contained in the 2020 Vision
Report presented to Trustees in June is included in this report. The financial section of the Report
reviews the Board's 2012/13 Budget including any funding changes for the next school year.
Factors to Consider
Enrolment
Elementary enrolment as of September 24, 2012 was 13,414.00 FTE, which represents a decline of
approximately 187.5 FTE from September 30, 2011. While we still have a small number of
elementary schools facing declining enrolment challenges, the phase-in of Full Day Kindergarten
(FDK) is creating the need for additional classroom space to accommodate our kindergarten-aged
students over the next two years. Currently, we have 1,232 Full Day Kindergarten students in 24 of
our elementary school sites. Over the next two years we will add the FDK program at our remaining
28 elementary sites. See Appendix F. As the Ministry provides funding for necessary facility
additions for FDK, we continue to plan for JKISK classroom renovations and additions needed in our
year 4 and 5 schools. It is also important to remember that the decision to register one's child for
In 2012-13, there are only three elementary school catchment areas with
FDK is still optional.
student populations under 150 students. Those schools are Mooretown-Courtright with 123 students,
Dawn Euphemia with 136 students and Aberarder with 149 students.
Secondary enrolment as of September 24, 2012 was 8,610.75 FTE which represents a decline of
approximately 187.0 FTE from September 30, 2011. Our smallest secondary school is Tilbury District
High School with 306.0 FTE students, followed by Lambton Kent Composite School with 321 .0 FTE
students. Ridgetown District High School, now a Grade 7-12 school, has an enrolment at Ridgetown
District High School (RDHS) of 252.5 FTE (Grade 9 to 12) plus an additional 92.0 FTE Grade 7 and 8
students for a total of 344.5 FTE Grade 7 to 12 students.
Re-configuration of Ridgetown Schools
In September of 2011, the Board implemented the reconfiguration of the Ridgetown area schools.
Naahii Ridge Public School began operation as a JK to Grade 6 school , and saw the transitioning of
the Grade 7 & 8 students into Ridgetown District High School. This reconfiguration has been well
received . In the 2012-13 school year, enrolment at Naahii Ridge Public School has increased to
277.00 FTE, an increase of 8.50 FTE, and 14 students, over the student population of September 30,
2011. The enrolment in the RDHS Grade 7 and 8 program has exceeded the projection, with a total
of 92 students.
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French Immersion
In the spring of 2011, the Board approved our first single track French Immersion school - ~cole
Hillcrest Public School in Petrolia. School enrolment figures in 2011-12 exceeded projection, with
203 total students registered in September 2011. In the current 2012-13, the September enrolment at
~cole Hillcrest has increased to 226 students. The JK registration again this year exceeded
projection, with 36 JK aged students choosing the French Immersion program.
The French Immersion program in our Board continues to be a popular program choice. The overall
number of Fl students has increased from 1,483 students in October 2011 to 1,553 in the current
2012-13 school year, with the larger number of students selecting Fl in the primary grades. While the
overall number has increased, there still is some attrition evident at most grade levels. We will
continue to monitor both enrolment and attrition rates, with the goal of attaining sustainable
improvement in enrolment and program delivery.
FINANCIAL:
For the 2012-13 School Year, the Lambton Kent District School Board will have a total combined
Operating and Capital budget of $257.8 Million dollars. This budget is based on a projected average
daily enrolment of 21,842 students. The following chart summarizes all expenditures into four major
categories:
Capital Projects
Equipment
Supplies Services
Other
$13,970,417
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$43,130,035
Benefits
$25,057,824
Salaries
$175,660,674
The funding changes for 2012-13 include the following items:
A. Summary of the 2012-13 Key Additions:
• 10 additional minutes elementary teachers prep time (240 minutes/wk).
• Reduction Grades 4 to 8 average class size (24. 7 to 24.5}.
• Fund additional Gr. 7 & 8 Student Success/Literacy/Numeracy teachers.
• Support funding part of contribution increase to the OMERS pension plan.
• Part Funding to support the most urgent capital construction project- Queen Elizabeth II
Petrolia $3M.
• Full-Day Early Learning Program Implementation for Phase 3.
Funding for the additional half-day is being provided outside the GSN.
B. The Updating of Existing Funding Benchmarks:
• A 2% increase in the school operations benchmark to manage increased costs for supplies
& services (ex. Insurance, maint. contracts .. ).
• A 7.9% increase for higher electricity costs.
• A 8.3% increase to the school renewal benchmark that supports construction projects for
work on school buildings.
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C. 2012-13 Ministry Constraint Measures:
• 0% Salary increases for 2012-13 and 2013-14 for all staff.
• End to the retirement gratuity plan for all new employees, grandfather all others.
• Implementation of new sick leave plan that eliminates banking and reduces costs.
• Reduction in funding for School Board administration.
• Elimination of the program enhancement grant from the GSN, replace with smaller cost
program to support outdoor education programs.
• Permanent reduction in funding for classroom computers and staff professional
development.
• 15% reduction in funding for consultants and coordinators.
• Top-up reduction from 18% to 15% for non-rural schools.
D. Funding Outside the Grants for Student Needs
The LKDSB is being provided with $1 .36M Dollars outside the GSN for the implementation of
specific priority projects (ex. Aboriginal Education , Autism Supports ... }.
RURAL /SMALL SCHOOL COMMUNITIES:
For qualifying rural schools the Ministry of Education supports some of the operating costs
through the Geographic Circumstances Grant.
There are 3 components to this rural support formulas consisting of: Remote and Rural
Allocation, Supported Schools Allocation, Rural and Small Community Allocation.
1. Remote and Rural $278,605.
The Remote and Rural funding supports the higher cost of purchasing goods and services
for small school boards and boards with schools that are distant from one another.
2. Distance & Supported Schools $14,578.
The supported schools funding provides additional funding for teaching staff to keep lowenrolment schools that are far from other schools of the board viable.
An elementary school is deemed to be "supported" if the next closest elementary school of
the board is at least 20 kilometers away.
A secondary school is deemed to be "supported" if the next closest secondary school of the
board is at least 45 kilometers away.
3. Rural & Small Community $157,753.
This Rural and Small Community funding supports boards with schools in rural or small
communities.
This allocation is based on the Rural and Small Community Measure, which represents the
proportion of a municipality's population residing in rural areas or small communities.
TOP-UP FUNDING FOR SCHOOL OPERATIONS & RENEWAL:
The GSN formulas provide limited top-up funding which recognizes schools that are operating at less
than full capacity. The top-up for School Operations & Renewal provides assistance with the cost of
cleaning and maintaining some of the excess capacity of school facilities. Total top-up funding for
2012-13 is $6.79M.
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COMMUNITY USE OF SCHOOLS:
The government provides funding to school boards through the Community Use of Schools program
to make school space more affordable and accessible for use outside of the regular school hours.
This funding allows boards to reduce the rates for school space used by the community by helping
pay for costs of utilities and cleaning. The Lambton Kent DSB has been provided with$ 351,847 to
support this program during the 2011-12 school year.
Each school board also provides a Community Outreach Coordinator who is responsible to support
initiatives that promote schools as hubs of the community. The Community Coordinator works with
our schools and community groups to maximize access and to determine community and school
capacity to deliver and manage programs.
FACILITY PARTNERSHIPS INITIATIVE:
Facility partnerships are intended to establish shared use during school hours between the Board
and community partners. These partnership opportunities are made available in schools where
excess space has been identified by the Board.
DEMOGRAPHIC TRENDS OF THE LAMBTON KENT DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD
Demographic trends play an important role in the collection of data for the planning process. Birth
rates and population trends in our individual school areas within the Lambton Kent District School
Board provide data which assists in predicting future school enrolment needs.
Birth Rate Trends
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(+94)
(-64)
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The birth rate in 2010 shows a slight increase of 16 in the number of births from the previous year
within the Lambton Kent District School Board.
In their projection enrolment anlysis, our demographics data provider, Baragar Demographics,
included the following statement regarding provincial birth rate trends, "In May of 2010, Statistics
Canada updated birth projections for the province as a whole. Births in the entire province are
projected to increase annually for the next ten years if the most recent 3 year average rates of
international net migration, average net inter-provincial migration, and average fertility continue over
the next 15 years. The historic, as well as the continuing decline in enrolment can be attributed
almost solely in the LKDSB to the decline in births from a high of 3, 249 in 1990 to a low of 2, 182 in
2002. Since then an uptrend has been in evidence. It is for this reason that the elementary
enrolment decline is projected to cease shortly. ". If this birth rate trend proves to be true in our area,
our Board may not experience a significant increase in enrolment, but should see a levelling off of
enrolment at the elementary level, as the number of JK's entering each year begins to balance out
with the number of grade 8 students moving to the secondary level. This will, however, also have an
impact on the number of students moving from the elementary to the secondary level program.
School Aged Population Changes
Demographics data indicates that over the past year, the Lambton Kent District School Board
experienced a decline of 1.7% in the overall number of eligible school aged population. The history
indicates that over a five year period , school aged population in our Board 's catchment area
continues to experience decline in the percentage of students eligible to attend our schools. As
families move in and out of our communities, the numbers continue to fluctuate, but does not appear
to be experiencing growth.
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Table #1 - History of School Aged Population - Change from Previous Year
Based on
Data as at
Age 1 to 4
Age 5 to 8
Age9to12
Age 13 to 16
Total Population
Change(%)
Oct. 31,2007
3.5% (+323)
-1.3% (-126)
-3.2% (-360)
-3.3% (-427)
-1 .3% (-590)
Oct. 31, 2008
-0.4% (-34)
-0.9% (-90)
-2 .9% (-316)
-3.3% (-421)
-2.0% (-861)
Oct. 31, 2009
-0.8% (-76)
1.0% (+100)
-1.9% (-200)
-4.0% (-487)
-1.6% (-663)
Oct. 31, 2010
-0.6% (-61}
-1.3% (-127)
-0.3% (-27)
-2 .3% (-268)
-1.2% (-483)
Oct. 31, 2011
-0.7% (-69)
0.8% (+82)
-3.2% (-328)
-3.2% (-367)
-1.7% (-682)
Based on October 31, 2011 data, eleven of our school areas have remained stable, or experienced a
positive change, in the school aged population in their catchment compared to the previous year.
Table #2 - Elementary School Attendance Areas with a Positive Change in School Aged
Population from Previous Year (data as of October 31, 2011)
Elementary School Attendance Areas with a Stable or Positive Change in
School Aged Population from Last Year
School
Ages 13-16
Total Pop.
Change(%)
Ages 1-4
Ages 5-8
Ages 9-12
Mooretown-Courtright School
0.00%
1.40%
-5.00%
3.50%
0.00%
Winston Churchill PS
5.30%
-2.10%
-4.00%
1.00%
0.00%
Dresden Area Central School
-0.90%
8.70%
-1. 30%
-4.40%
0.10%
Tilbury Area PS
4.70%
0.00%
-2.00%
-1.20%
0.30%
Confederation Central PS
9.00%
4.20%
-7.00%
-1. 60%
0.80%
South Plympton/Wyoming
0.00%
1.10%
0.60%
1.80%
0.90%
Victor Lauriston PS
-2.00%
0.00%
2.20%
5.80%
1.40%
Thamesville Area PS
-1. 00%
12.50%
-7.40%
5.20%
2.00%
London Road School
-5.30%
12.10%
-3.30%
10.30%
3.00%
Rosedale Public School
1.10%
-0.70%
6.60%
4.90%
3.10%
Aberarder Central School
2.30%
-4.00%
13.60%
5.70%
4.50%
While numbers have increased or remained constant in these areas, the remaining catchment areas
in our Board have experienced a decrease in the school aged population. The chart below shows
those areas whose decline was more than 5.0%.
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Table #3 - Elementary School Attendance Areas with a ~ 5.0% decrease in
School Aged Population from last year (data as of October 31, 2011)
Elementary School Attendance Areas with a~ 5.0% Decrease
in School Aged Population from Last Year
Ages 13-16
Total Pop.
Change(%)
Ages 1-4
Ages 5-8
Ages 9-12
Kinnwood Central PS
1.0%
-3.9%
-0.9%
-15.8%
-5.1%
Zone Township Central
-9.2%
-7.2%
-4.4%
-4.5%
-6 .0%
Brooke Central PS
-13.2%
-3.9%
-9.8%
-1.1%
-6 .7%
School
LKDSB AVERAGE DAILY ENROLMENT TEN YEAR HISTORY
2002-03 to 2011-12
30,000.00 , . - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ,
25,000.00 + - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 20,000.00 + - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 15,000.00
10,000.00
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Elementary Average
Daily Enrolment
Secondary Average
Daily Enrolment
Total Day School
Average Daily
Enrolment
• 2002-03
16,878.00
10,783.53
27,661.53
• 2003-04
16,569.75
10,079.24
26,648.99
02004-05
16,058.50
9,994.02
26,052.52
02005-06
15,598.50
9,838.00
25,436.50
•2006-07
15,073.00
2007-08
14,685.75
9,719.50
9,543.46
24,792.50
24,229.21
• 2008-09
02009-10
14,281.75
23,639.36
14,037.50
9,357.61
9,051 .38
•2010-11 *
13,829.50
8,825.57
22,655.07
• 2011-12*
13,610.25
8,629.83
22,240.08
23,088.88
*This figure does not include the impact of phasing in the FDK program.
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More meaningful than population and enrolment predictions are the trends in the actual enrolment
figures. For the past ten years, declining enrolment has been evident throughout most of our rural and
urban communities within the Lambton Kent District School Board. The bar graph above represents
a ten year history of the average daily enrolment (ADE). The ADE is calculated by averaging the
October 31st and March 31st enrolment full time equivalent (FTE). While the ADE in both elementary
and secondary schools of the Lambton Kent District School Board continues to decline, the decline is
beginning to slow down. Over the past two years, the ADE has been less than 450 ADE in
comparison to the previous three years that each experienced an ADE decline of more than 550.
On September 24, 2012, in comparison to the October 31, 2011 (the official Ministry enrollment
count date) enrollment of one year ago, the Board's 54 elementary schools enrolment has decreased
by 196 total students, with a decline of 192.0 FTE. Our secondary schools have decreased by 179
total students, with a decline of 191.25 FTE. Student success initiatives have provided an opportunity
to offer specialized programs and alternative opportunities for our secondary population. Historically,
secondary enrolment averages a 3.5% to 4.0% decline in the number of secondary students
attending in the second semester.
SUMMARY
The Board has conducted 33 Accommodation Reviews since 1998. Results included blending of
schools, boundary changes, program relocations, school closures and consolidations. In several
instances, final recommendations to make no changes to schools were approved by the Board.
The 2010-2011 Accommodation Reviews resulted in recommendations to reconfigure Ridgetown
District High School into a Grade 7-12 school while leaving the consolidated Naahii Ridge Public
School as a Grade JK-6 school. Another 2010-2011 Accommodation Review resulted in a
recommendation to reconfigure Hillcrest Public School into a single track French Immersion school.
Both changes were implemented in September 2011. Surveys completed in the spring of 2012
indicated strong support for both reconfigurations. Reports were presented to the Board in June
2012.
Also, in the spring of 2012, the Board commissioned a long term enrollment study of its schools. The
result, entitled 2020 Vision, is also posted on the Board website and presents a picture of continued
enrollment decline, particularly in our rural communities.
Effective this fall, the total enrollment in our 65 schools continue to decline to a point where we are on
target to meet our October 31, 2012 projection of 22,06.0 FTE. In order to operate and maintain the
schools of the LKDSB as effectively and efficiently as possible, it is important that accommodation
pressures be reviewed annually by the Board. As a number of schools across the Board experience
the ongoing reality of declining enrollment, we are faced with the opportunity of continued
reconfiguring and repositioning students within our 65 schools to achieve efficiencies and improved
school learning envirionments. By "right sizing" schools, we may be able to continue to close some
schools and build onto anothers in order to gain efficiencies and simultaneously improve our learning
environments for our students.
One of the concluding observations in 2020 Vision was that a study on the consolidation of
elementary schools into JK-Grade 6 schools with Grade 7 and 8 students moving to the secondary
school site had merit in Wallaceburg.
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The Wallaceburg Family of Schools was involved in a community study in 1999 that resulted in
consolidation of four of its elementary schools to three with the closure of W.T Laing Public School in
2000. At that time there were 778 students in the three elementary schools and the 2011 enrolment
was 637. Decline is projected to continue through 2020 with a combined student population of 604.
At the same time an even more serious enrolment decline has been seen at Wallaceburg District
Secondary School (WDSS). Since 2000 enrolment at WDSS has declined by 212. WDSS had 789
students in 2011 and enrolment is projected to drop to 661 by 2015 and as low as 634 students by
2020. WDSS will be an excellent facility at half its capacity.
With the success of the relocation of Grade 7 and 8 students at Ridgetown District High School,
Senior Administration feels that this school organization model should be studied for Wallaceburg to
determine if there is an opportunity to provide enhanced learning evirnoments for the students.
Recommendation:
"That the Board approve the commencement of the Accommodation Review process and the
establishment of an Accommodation Review Committee for the following schools in
Wallaceburg area: Wallaceburg District Secondary School, A. A. Wright Public School, D.A.
Gordon Public School, H. W. Burgess Public School and Riverview Central School."
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APPENDIX: A
P-AD-1 06 and R-AD-1 06 Pupil Accommodation/School Closure
Policy and Regulations
APPENDIX: B
Ministry Capital Projects Activity/Needs Plan
APPENDIX: C
Lambton Kent District School Board October 31, 2011 & March 31, 2012
Elementary & Secondary Enrolment submitted to the Ministry of Education
for grant purposes
APPENDIX: D
Relationship of September 24, 2012 Enrolment to School Capacity
for the Lambton Kent District School Board
APPENDIX: E
Out of Boundary Students as of September 2012
APPENDIX: F
Lambton Kent District School Board Elementary & Secondary
Current and Projected Enrolment
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REGULATIONS NO.: P-AD-106-12
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POLICY
Subject:
Pupil Accommodation/School Closure
It is the policy of the Lambton Kent District School Board to operate and maintain its schools as
effectively and efficiently as possible to support student achievement while exploring all
opportunities to enhance the learning environment.
Implementation Date :
Revised:
Reviewed:
May 13, 1998 (original)
October 8, 2002, March 27, 2007
March 27, 2012
Reference :
Board Pupil Accommodation/School Closure Regulations
Board Naming and Renaming of Board Facilities Policy & Regulations
Ministry of Education Pupil Accommodation Review Guidelines
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REGULATIONS
Subject:
Pupil Accommodation/School Closure
1.
Each October, the Director of Education will present a Pupil Accommodation Report to the Board.
2.
The Pupil Accommodation Report should include such items as:
(a)
the current and projected enrolments in each school;
(b)
the relationship of current and projected enrolments to school capacities;
(c)
the number of out-of-area students in attendance at each school;
(d)
the location of and enrolment in special programs which attract students from other parts
of the system;
(e)
the status of the physical plants and the identification of current and future use including
capital projects and potential partnerships;
(f)
the number and location of portable or temporary classrooms;
(g)
the economic viability of each school in accordance with the funding formulae;
{h)
other information that the Director of Education may deem to be relevant.
3.
The October report will identify, if necessary, the Board's intention to conduct an accommodation
review of a school or schools.
4.
At the Board Meeting following the announcement of the Board's intention to conduct an
accommodation review of a school or schools, the Board will appoint an Accommodation Review
Committee (ARC).
5.
The Accommodation Review Committee {ARC) will function according to the Terms of Reference
outlined in this Regulation.
6.
After the Board announces its intention to conduct an accommodation review of a school or
schools, there must be no less than thirty days notice prior to the first of four (minimum) public
meetings. Beginning with the first public meeting the consultation period must be no fewer than
ninety days. School holidays are not considered part of the thirty or ninety day time periods.
7.
Administration will provide the ARC with School Information Profiles for the school(s) involved in
the ARC.
8.
After the public submission of the Accommodation Review Committee's Accommodation Report
there must be no less than sixty days notice prior to the Board Meeting where the Trustees will
vote on the recommendations.
9.
Administration shall review and analyze the Accommodation Review Committee's
Accommodation Report and present the findings and recommendations along with
Administration's proposal and recommendations to the Trustees.
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Regulation No.: R-AD-106-09-12
10.
If the Board passes a motion to close a school, the Board will outline clear time lines around when
the school(s) will be closed and provide opportunity for public input on boundary revisions. The
naming of a new school or consolidated school will be done in accordance with the Board's policy
and regulations on Naming and Renaming of Board Facilities. "
11.
The approved changes will be implemented by the Director of Education, in accordance with
Ministry Regulations/Guidelines and the Board Administrative Procedures, prior to the
commencement of the next school year or at a time approved by the Board.
12.
The following outlines circumstances where school boards are not obligated to undertake an
accommodation review in accordance with the Ministry of Education 's Pupil Accommodation
Review Guidelines. The Board shall provide appropriate notice of decisions that would affect the
accommodation of student.
o Where a replacement school is to be rebuilt by the Board on the existing site or located within
the existing school attendance boundary as identified through the Board's existing policies.
o When a lease is terminated.
o When the Board is considering the relocation of a grade or grades, or a program, where the
enrolment in the grade or grades, or program, constitutes less than 50% of the enrolment of
the school.
o When the Board is repairing or renovating a school and the school community must be
temporarily relocated to ensure the safety of students during the renovations .
o Where a facility has been serving as a holding school for a school community whose
permanent school is under construction or repair.
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Regulation No.: R-AD-106-12
Accommodation Review Committee Terms of Reference
Mandate:
The Accommodation Review Committee (ARC) analyzes School Information Profiles, considers
alternatives and makes recommendations that meet the educational and accommodation
objectives of the Lambton Kent District School Board. Throughout the process the ARC consults
with community members and provides opportunity for input into the analysis.
Process:
1.
The Accommodation Review Committee (ARC) membership includes the following from
each school a parent, a school administrator, a community representative and a
municipal partner representative as well as First Nations representative if appropriate,
and the Board's Planning and Reporting Officer. The Director or designate facilitates and
chairs ARC meetings. Trustees would be encouraged to attend as observers.
2.
The ARC attempts to come to consensus on recommendations. The voting process is
used when consensus is not possible. The parent(s), community representative(s),
municipal partner representative(s)s and the First Nations representative(s) will have
voting rights. The Director, Superintendents, Planning and Reporting Officer and the
school administrator will be non-voting members.
3.
After the Board announces its intention to conduct an accommodation review of a school
or schools, there must be no less than thirty days notice prior to the first of four
(minimum) public meetings. Beginning with the first public meeting the consultation period
must be no fewer than ninety days. School holidays are not considered part of the thirty
or ninety day time periods.
4.
The ARC assumes an advisory role by providing an Accommodation Report including
recommendations to the Board. Administration reviews the Report and makes
recommendations to the Board of Trustees which makes a final decision about the future
of a school or family of schools.
5.
Administrative staff completes a School Profile for each school under review and provides
it to the ARC for review. The ARC discusses and consults about the School Information
Profile(s) prepared by the Board's administration for the school(s) under review and
modifies the Profile(s) where appropriate. The final School Profile(s) and the Reference
Criteria provide the foundation for discussion and analysis of accommodation options.
6.
The ARC ensures that a wide range of school and community groups is invited to
participate in the consultation.
7.
A minimum of four publicized public meetings are held, with each agenda including an
opportunity for questions and input from the public.
8.
A secretary is provided to keep minutes of the meetings that reflect the full range of
opinions expressed. Minutes are available to the public. All information relevant to the
accommodation review, as defined by the ARC, is made public by posting on the Board's
website or making it available upon request.
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Pupil Accommodation/School Closure
9.
Regulation No.: R-AD-106-12
The ARC prepares an Accommodation Report summarizing its recommendations. It is
shared with trustees and the public at a Board Meeting with further opportunity provided
for community input.
School Information Profile
The ARC and the public will be informed about all schools under review based on their value to
the students, the school board , the community and the local economy to ensure that the ARC is
positioned to make accommodation recommendations to the board based on a full
understanding of the schools and their relationship to their local communities.
Reference Criteria
The following information will be made available:
Programs offered (Regular, French Immersion, Special Education , Native Second Language)
Age and condition of facility
School size (facility, green space, gymnasium
Ministry rated enrolment capacity
Enrolment (current, past and future projections)
Grade configuration
Staffing
Transportation (%of students bussed , out of boundary students, time and distance for bussed
students)
Community partnerships
First Nations partnerships
Demographics for area
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Pupil Accommodation Review Time Line Guidelines
October
Director's Pupil Accommodations Report presented to the Board
Identification of Board's intent to conduct pupil accommodation review of school(s)
if necessary
----------------------STATUS QUO ---- END OF PROCESS -------------------
October
Appointment of Accommodation Review Committee (ARC)
November (end)
March (end)
First Public Meeting hosted by ARC
Suggested timeframe for the completion of the four public meetings hosted
By ARC
April or ARC Accommodation Report to be presented at a public Board meeting.
May
Next Meeting
Administration 's Response to ARC Accommodation Report and Administration's
proposal and recommendations presented to the Trustees at a Board Meeting .
May
Delegations to Board regarding the recommendations presented to Trustees
in the Accommodation Report.
June
Administration 's final recommendations presented to Trustees. Board decision
made.
Implementation Date:
Revised:
May 13, 1998 (original)
October 8, 2002, March 27, 2007, September 15,2009, March 27, 2012
Reference:
Board Pupil Accommodation/School Closure Policy
Board Naming and Renaming of Board Facilities Policy & Regulations
Ministry of Education Pupil Accommodation Review Guidelines
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Lambton Kent District School Board Schools
Every school under the jurisdiction of the Lambton Kent District School Board will have a clear
and focused mission, strong instructional leadership, a safe and orderly environment, a climate of
high expectations for success, frequent monitoring of student progress, positive home-school
relations, opportunities to learn and time on task. Our schools will offer programs that will enable
our graduates to be successful in their life choices and to be happy and productive members of
society.
To ensure these goals for all students, elementary schools will provide:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Effective kindergarten programs
Remedial and enrichment programs
Large blocks of literacy and math instruction
Daily physical activity
Culturally inclusive programs
Arts programs
Facilities that support effective programming delivery
Information technology, playground and playfield/gymnasium space
Universally accessible facilities
To ensure these goals for all students, secondary schools will provide:
•
•
•
•
•
•
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Core programming in every school
Remedial and enrichment programs
Guidance and career education programs
Partnerships with business and industry
Culturally inclusive programs
Facilities that support effective programming , including physical education facilities,
playing fields, science labs, modem technical shops, modern arts facilities and cafeterias
Universally accessible facilities
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School
School Vision Statement
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Programs: Regular __ French Immersion _ _ Specialized_ Native Language __
Grade configuration
Age of Facility
Property Size
Area of Facility
Area of Green Space
Area of Indoor Gym
Ministry Rated Capacity
Current Enrolment
Enrolment by Grade
Utilization Percentage
Enrolment past five years
Enrolment projections next five years
Staffing
Enrolment by grade
% of students bused
Out of boundary students
Time and distance for bused students
First Nation Partnership
The School Profile is intended to assist schools in an objective process to identify a school's:
a) Value to the Student
• What is the impact on the student with the closing of this school?
b) Value to the School Board
• What is the impact on student learning across the system if this school closes?
c) Value to the Community
• What is this school's value to the communities?
• Can this value be relocated to a receiving school?
d) Value to the Local Economy
• What is this school's value to the local economy?
The data required to respond to many of the questions may require input from the Principal.
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Student Success in Elementary
Identify what the elementary school has the ability to offer:
Arts programs
Information technology to support the curriculum
Career education programs
Culturally inclusive programs
Lead and/or specialized teachers with specialized skills
Specialized programs (i.e. second language learning)
What is the nearest access to similar programs?
Student achievement data including: EQAO (Education Quality and Accountability Office Assessments), EDI
(Early Development Instrument), DRA (Developmental Reading Assessment), CAT (Canadian Achievement
Test) over the past three years
Additional Comments:
Supports
Identify funding generated for staffing to sustain itself without
drawing funding from other budget lines in the following areas:
Administration
Special Education/Library Staff
Library Technicians
Social Workers
Secretarial
Custodial
Identify programs that support student success.
Does the school have remedial programs onsite during the day and after-school?
Identify existing space for:
Computer Lab
Playground
Gymnasium
Library
A stage
StaffNisitor parking
Student drop-off and pick-up area for parents
Bus Loading Zone
Other
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Transportation
Proximity of the school to students/length of bus ride.
Describe community support partnerships.
Is the school universally accessible?
Additional Comments:
Safety and Security
What was the result of the School Climate Survey?
Comment on the safety and security within your school environment.
Additional Comments:
Extracurricular
Identify opportunities for a variety of extra and co-curricular activities in:
Athletics
Arts
Clubs
Leadership
Fund raising
Other
What opportunities are available due to the location of the school to existing community facilities?
Other value to students?
Additional Comments:
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Will the system be able to offer programs in the following areas if this school closes?
Program
French Immersion :
Specialized Education:
Effective Intervention programs:
Extracurricular activities:
Effective partnerships:
What is the impact on the receiving school with respect to physical space?
What is the impact on the receiving school with respect to transportation?
Facilities
How will closure impact transportation costs?
How will closing the school help the school board avoid incurring significant repair costs that are not covered by
targeted renovation programs?
What is the impact of this school's closure on facility operating and capital budgets?
Additional Comments:
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Identify the Communities:
Describe program and service offerings that serve both school and communities.
Daycare/Best Start
Youth Activities
Cultural Events and Observances
Social and Recreational
Other
Identify any plans for local partnerships for delivering daycare and other community and social services?
Identify other elementary school(s) in the communities?
If the school were to close, what alternate uses could the building and grounds accommodate that would
complement the surrounding neighbourhood?
Describe any historical attributes that are significant to the communities?
How many hours per week is this school used for other community activity (e.g. , sports, recreation and fitness ;
non-profit and community groups for youth and adults; community meetings):
Fall
Winter
Spring
Summer
If the school were to close, what is the local capacity to accommodate those currently using the school for
community purposes?
If the school were to remain open, how/what programs could the school attract?
Describe significant upgrades to the school in the past five years completed in partnership with the
communities?
Value to the community as a single school community.
Other value to the communities?
Does the community have programs and supports for students at risk? Identify any community programs for
students at risk.
How does this school reflect and support the values of the communities for which it serves?
Additional Comments:
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Value to the Local Economy
Comment on each of the following areas in relation to the local economy.
A. Attracting and retaining families in the communities .
B. Economic spin-offs
C. Real estate values
D. To what extent is the school a significant employer?
E. Co-operative Education opportunities?
F. Training opportunities or partnerships with business?
G. Other value to the local economy?
H. Value to community as a sing le school community?
I. How do these plans fit in with the long term plan of the Municipality of Chatham-Kent, C ity of Sa rn ia
and County of Lambton?
General Summary Comments :
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Every school under the jurisdiction of the Lambton Kent District School Board will have a
clear and focused mission , strong instructional leadership, a safe and orderly
environment, a climate of high expectations for success , frequent monitoring of student
progress, positive home-school relations , opportunities to learn and time on task. Our
schools will offer programs that will enable our graduates to be successful in their life
choices and to be happy and productive members of society.
To ensure these goals for all students, elementary schools will provide:
• Effective kindergarten programs
• Remedial and enrichment programs
• Large blocks of literacy and math instruction
• Daily physical activity
• Culturally inclusive programs
• Arts programs
• Facilities that support effective programming, including science labs for Grade 7
and 8 students, and facilities that support partial rotary
• Information technology, playground and playfield/gymnasium space
• Universally accessible facilities
To ensure these goals for all students, secondary schools will provide:
• Core programming in every school
• Remedial and enrichment programs
• Guidance and career education programs
• Partnerships with business and industry
• Culturally inclusive programs
• Facilities that support effective programming , including physical education
faci lities, playing fields , science labs, modern technical shops, modern arts
facilities and cafeterias
• Universally accessible facilities
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School
School Vision Statement
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Programs: Regular_ French Immersion _
Special ized _ _ Native Language _ _
Grade configuration
Age of Facility
Property Size
Ministry Rated Capacity
Current Enrolment
Enrolment By Grade
Utilization Percentage
Enrolment past five years
Enrolment projections next five years
Staffing
Student/teacher ratios
% of students bussed
Number of out of boundary students
Maximum time and distance for bused students
Students from this area going elsewhere
First Nation Partnerships
The School Information Profile is intended to assist schools in an objective process to identify a
school's:
a) Value to the Student
• What is the impact on the student with the closing of this school?
b) Value to the School Board
• What is the impact on student learning across the system if this school closes?
c) Value
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d) Value
•
to the Commun ity
What is this school's value to the associated commun ities?
Can this value be relocated to a receiving school?
to the Local Economy
What is this school's value to the local economy?
The data required to respond to many of the questions may require input from the
Principal.
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Value to
dents
Student Success in Secondary
Does the school have full composite program in Grade 9-12?
Does the school have sufficient numbers of students to run the courses necessary in each subject area for all
four student pathways (university, college, apprenticeship and workplace)?
Student Achievement Data including Grades 9 & 10 Mathematics & Literacy results
Drop out rates
Graduation success rates
How many courses were cancelled this year? Why?
What types of courses were cancelled?
Workplace
Applied
Academic
What different courses are being offered?
Describe community support partnerships
Describe community support/success of Co-operative Education Program.
How many multi-level/combined courses does the school offer?
How may multi-grade courses doe your school offer?
Does the school offer a cluster of courses that are tied to locally available learning/work
place op2_ortunities?
Identify the secondary school's
Special programs that enhance curriculum?
Guidance and career education programs?
Partnerships which enhance and support students?
Information technology to support the curriculum?
Does your school offer E-learning and/or virtual learning?
The ability to offer language and other programs that mirror the culture of the communities?
First Nation Programs Offered?
How will the culture of the school impact student success?
Additional Comments:
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Supports
Identify funding generated for staffing to sustain itself without drawing funding from other budget lines in the
following areas:
Administration
Student Services/Special Education/Library Staff
Library Technicians
Social Workers
Secretarial
Custodial
Does the school have programs that support student success?
Does the school have remedial programs onsite during the day and after-school?
Identify the following facilities? Is the space for these facilities appropriate? What is the overall condition of the
facility?
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Arts facilities(Music
Drama
Visual Arts
Science labs
Family Studies area
Technology area
Information Technology lab
Outdoor athletic facilities
Gymnasia
Library
Auditorium
Meeting rooms
Regular Classrooms/Resource Rooms/Cafeteria
Is the school universally accessible?
Transportation
Proximity of the school to students/length of bus ride to school.
Additional Comments:
Safety and Security
What was the result of the School Climate Survey?
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Comment on the safety and security within your school environment.
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Extracurricular
Identify the variety of opportunities for extra and co-curricular activities in :
Athletics
Arts
Clubs
Leadership
Social
What opportunities are available due to the location of the school to existing community facilities?
Why do students choose this school?
What is unique about this school?
Other value to students?
Additional Comments:
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Value to School Board
What would be the impact on the capacity of the system to offe r programs in the following areas if this school
closes?
Program
Enhanced programs:
Grades 9-12?
Example- Language Programs
Specialized Education :
Grades 9-12?
Effective Intervention programs :
Grades 9-12?
Extracurricular activities :
Grades 9-12?
Effective partnerships:
Grades 9-12?
How many students does the Board estimate it will lose as a result of the
closure of this school?
What will the impact be on other schools by this school closing.
Add itional Comments:
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Facilities
How will closure impact transportation costs?
How will closing the school help the school board avoid incurring significant repair costs that are not covered by
targeted renovation programs?
Is it more cost effective to place the existing facil ity rather than making major repa irs?
What is the impact of this school's closure on facility operating and capital budgets?
How will closing the school impact the enrolment of neighbouring schools?
Based on school location what are the options for reassignment of students in neighbouring schools?
How would reassignment effect the safety and security of the receiving schools?
How will the school utilization be impacted at the receiving school?
Additional Comments:
School Culture
How will the school culture be impacted by the reassignment of students?
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Value of the School to the Community
Identify the communities:
Describe programs and service offerings that serve both school and communities.
Daycare/Best Start
Youth Activities
Cultural Events and Observances
Social and Recreational
Adult Learning Program
Other
Identify any plans for local partnerships for delivering daycare and other community and social services.
Identify other secondary school(s) in the communities .
If the school were to close, what alternate uses could the building and grounds accommodate that would
complement the surrounding neighbourhood?
Describe any historical attributes that are significant to the communities?
How many hours per week is this school used for other community activity (e.g., sports, recreation and fitness;
non-profit and community groups for youth and adults; community meetings):
Fall
Winter
Spring
Summer
If the school were to close, what is the local capacity to accommodate those currently using the school for
community purposes?
Describe significant upgrades to the school in the past five years completed in partnership with the
communities?
Does our school offer adult learning programs?
Other value to the communities.
Value to community as a single school community.
Additional Comments:
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Value to the Local Economy
Comment on each of the following areas in relation to the local economy.
A. Attracting and retaining families in the communities.
B.
Economic spin-offs
c.
Real estate values
D.
To what extent is the school a significant employer?
E. Co-operative_Education opportunities
F.- Training opportunities or partnerships with business
G. Other value to the local economy?
H. -Value to community as a single school community.
I.
How do these plans fit in with the long term plan of the Municipality of Chatham-Kent/City of Sarnia
and County of Lambton?
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No.
School
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Education
Programs Supported
Project Title & Overview
Budget
Needs
Priority
Ranking
Group
BROOK
Permanent Classroom
Addition
Classroom Renovations & Gymnasium Addition - replace aging temporary
4 classroom portapac unit {renovate existing gym into 2 classrooms and
build new gymnasium facility.
Com pi
Com pi
2
CATCR
Permanent Classroom
Addition
{$2.35M} New Classroom, Gymnasium/Ubrary Addition replace aging
temporary 4 classroom portapac unit {renovate existing gym & library into
4 classrooms and build new combined Gym I Library Addition.
Com pi
Com pi
3
LAN SO
Permanent Classroom
Addition
Com pi
Com pi
4
MCNAV
Permanent Classroom
Addition
Com pi
Com pi
5
NCIVS
Replacement of Obsolete
Facilities
Com pi
Com pi
6
PE McGibbon
{Devine &
Johnston}
Replacement of Obsolete
Facilities
{$8.8M} These are the 2 oldest elementary schools in samia with very
severe educational limitations. Replace 2 schools through consolidation
into 1 modem new Elementary school facility.
Com pi
New School
7
ROSOL
Daily physical activity
program
{$2,4} New Gymnasium Addition - Replace this school's undersized all
purpose room with a gymnasium facility to better support physical
education programs & the Ontario DPA Curriculum program + FDK
Classroom addition.
Com pi
Gym
8
TlLBR
Com pi
Gym
9
RDHS
Replacement of Obsolete
Facilities
{$2M} Renovate and Modernize old science classroom facilities & prepare
for Grade 7&8 students.
Com pi
Program
10
RDHS
ODA Compliance
Install Elevator to provide accessiblity to the 2nd Floor Cost included in
above Sc Lab renovation project.
Com pi
Eiev
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Permanent Classroom
Addition
{$1 .13M} New Classroom addition (2) - replace aging temporary 2
classroom portapac unit.
Com pi
Portables
New Classroom addition (4)- replace aging temporary 8 classroom
portapac unit (renovate existing library to 2 classrooms & 2 classroom
addition.
{$2.5M} New Classroom, Gymnasium Addition - replace aging temporary
6 classroom portapac unit {build 6 Classrooms and new Gymnasium
Addition}.
{$3M} Renovate and Modernize existing outdated Science Classroom
facilities.
{$2.26M} New Gymnasium Addition - Replace this school's undersized all
purpose room with a gymnasium facility to better support physical
education programs & the Ontario DPA Curriculum program + FDK
Daily physical activity program Classroom addition.
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Education
Proarams Suooorted
School
{LabeiiD}
No.
Budget
Needs
Project Title & Overview
Priority
Ranking
Group
Naahll Ridge
Daily physical activity
program
New Gymnasium Addition - Replace this school"s "playroom" with a
properly sized gymnasium facility to support Ontario DPA Curriculum
program+ Full Day Kindergarten Initiative.
$
2,926,247
In Progress
2
QEIIP
Permanent Classroom
Addition
Renovate existing gym into classroom/resource spaces and build new
gymnasium facility to better support physical education programs & the
Ontario DPA Curriculum , & Classroom Additions
$
6,234,906
In Progress
3
Various
Local Program Need
Full Day Kindergarten Additions and Renovations for Phase 3
$
3,026,605
In Progress
Program
4
LKCOM&AMSS
Replacement of Obsolete
Facilities
Renovate and Modernize old science classroom facilities .
$
2,000,000
In Progress
Program
5
Various
Local Program Need
Full Day Kindergarten Additions and Renovations for Phase 4
$
3,180,086
In Progress
Program
6
Future
Con solidation of Schools
7
BDHS
ODA Compliance
Install Elevator to provide accessiblity to the 2nd Floor
$
350,000
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8
TECOM
ODA Compliance
Install Elevator to provide accessiblity to the 2nd Floor
IS
35o.ooo
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Placeholder for School Consolidation Projects that my arise from
futu re pupil accommodation studies .
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Consolidation
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Daily phys ical activity
program
New Gymnasium Addition -Rep lace this school 's undersized all
purpose room with a gymnasium facility to better su pport phys ical
educat1on programs & the Ontario DPA Curriculum program.
IS
2,050,000
3
10
I
QEIIS
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Daily phys ical activity
program
New Gymnasium Addition - Replace th is school 's undersized all
purpose room w ith a gymnasium facility to better support phys ical
education programs & the Ontario DPA Curriculum program.
IS
2, 050,000 I
4
IS
350,000
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Elev
1$
350.000
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6
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Elev
11
LONDR
ODA Compliance
Install Elevator to provide accessibility to 2nd floor classrooms.
12
LKCOM
ODA Compl iance
Install Elevator to provide accessiblity to 2nd floor.
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Education
Proarams Suooorted
School
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No.
13
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Local Program Need
Music Room
14
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RDHS
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Replacement of Obsolete
Facilities
Modernize machine shop to support Broad Based Technology programs
15
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DAGRD
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ODA Compliance
16
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LCCVI
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17
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19
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20
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JMSS
21
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CKSS
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23
24
facil~y
Priority
rlll--1-1 -
Group
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$
810,000
7
Program
$
300,000
8
Program
Install Elevator to provide accessiblity to 2nd floor.
$
350,000
9
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Elev
Local Program Need
Renovations for Family Studies & Music keyboarding programs.
$
710,000
10
I
Program
Replacement of Obsolete
Facilities
Renovations to Upgrade Technical shops (Auto & Robotic shops).
I$
5oo.ooo
11
I
Program
Replacement of Obsolete
Facilities
Modernize Food Lab Classroom 237
$
350,000
12
Upgrade the existing arts classrooms .
$
350,000
13
Local Program Need
Cafeteria Expansion Project - existing space is inadequate to serve the
needs of the student body.
$
1,200,000
14
Program
I
Local Program Need
Upgrade & modernize Library & Cafeteria facilities.
$
2,250,000
15
Program
KNGVIS
I
Daily physical activity
program
New Gymnasium Addition -Replace this school's undersized all purpose
room with a gymnasium facility to better support physical education
I$
programs & the Ontario DPA Curriculum program.
2,050,000
I
CKSS
I
Local Program Need
Auditorium
I
NCIVS
I
Replacement of Obsolete
Facilities
25
TDHS
WDHS
JMSS
I
I
Local Program Need
Replacement of Obsolete
Facilities
NLSS
--
add~ion
renovations- convert former tech . rooms 137/138.
1
I
2,050 ,000
17
Rebuild existing worn out Athletic Track
$
700,000
Phase 1 in
complete
Rebuild existing worn out Athletic Track (Community Project Proposed)
Partnership
$
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-
-
-
I
scss
I
Replacement of Obsolete
Facilities
Rebuild existing worn out Athletic Track
27
I
RDHS
I
Replacement of Obsolete
Facilities
Upgrade to Sports Field & Track Facilities (Community Project Proposed)
WDHS
I
Replacement of Obsolete
Facilities
Rebuild existing worn out Athletic Track
-
$
Program
Com pi
700,000
Phase 1 in
complete
Partnership
In Progress
700,000
Program
16
$
-for assemblies, drama training & events, musicals.
26
28
Budget
Needs
Project Title & Overview
18
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LKDSB Major Capital Project List
June 26 , 2012
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APPENDIX C-2012
Lambton Kent DSB Elementary October 31, 2011/March 31, 2012 Enrolment Actuals
A.D.E.
194.25
211.00 Tot. Stds.
192.50 F.T.E.
215.00 Tot. Stds.
196.00 F.T.E.
JK-3 ADE
75.75 1. Resident students
JK
SK
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Res ident Students
Native
Other
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
159.00 Tot. Stds.
145.00 F.T.E.
158.00 Tot. Stds.
144.00 F.T.E.
JK-3 ADE
1. Resident students
57
JK
SK
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
Native
Other
165.00 Tot. Stds.
147.00 F.T.E.
171.00 Tot. Stds.
152.50 F.T.E.
JK-3 ADE
64.75 1. Resident students
JK
SK
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
Native
Other
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
178.00 Tot. Stds.
160.00 F.T.E.
176.00 Tot. Stds.
158.00 F.T.E.
JK-3ADE
1. Resident students
69
JK
SK
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
Native
Other(Visa )
37.00
0.00
0.00
Aberarder 01244
Enrolment on October 31 , 2011
All Students
Part-time
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T.E.
177.00
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
131 .00
28.00
0.00
0.00
130.00
28.00
0.00
0.00
Enrolment on March 31 , 2012
All Students
Part-time
Half-time #Students F.T.E.
Full-time
17.00
20.00
48.00
86.00
45.00
84.00
36.00
0.00
0.00
Bridgeview 61824
Enrolment on October 31 , 2011
All Students
Part-time
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T.E.
134.00
37.00
0.00
0.00
Enrolment on March 31 , 2012
All Students
Part-time
Full-time
Half-time #Students F.T.E.
16.00
20 .00
16.00
20.00
50 .00
90.00
52 .00
90.00
142.00
0.00
Enrolment on March 31 , 2012
All Students
Part-time
Full-time
Half-time #Students F.T.E.
16.00
20.00
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
0.00
42 .00
88.00
B osanquet 55719
Enrolment on October 31 , 2011
All Students
Part-time
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T.E.
129.00
38.00
17.00
11.00
44.00
87.00
Totals
LKDSB Elementary Enrolment 2011 -12
174.00
57.00
120.00
17.00
11.00
Totals
A.D.E.
159
20.00
18.00
57.00
117.00
Totals
A.D.E.
149.75
Enrolment on March 31 , 2012
All Students
Part-time
Full-time
Half-time #Students F.T.E.
20.00
17.00
Totals
A.D.E.
144.5
. ht 00078
A A. W ng1
Enrolment on October 31 , 2011
All Students
Part-time
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T.E.
36.00
0.00
0.00
140.00
36.00
0.00
0.00
FINAL July 17, 2012
APPENDIX C-2012
I
A.D.E.
193
213.00 Tot. Stds.
190.00 F.T.E.
219.00 Tot. Stds.
196.00 F.T.E.
JK-3 ADE
1. Resident students
83.5
JK
SK
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
Native
Other
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
328.00 Tot. Stds.
301 .00 F.T.E.
331 .00 Tot. Stds.
303.00 F.T.E.
JK-3 ADE
1. Resident students
120
JK
SK
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
Native
Other
318.00 Tot. Stds.
286.00 F.T.E.
317.00 Tot. Stds.
285.00 F.T.E.
JK-3ADE
1. Resident students
132
JK
SK
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
Native
Other
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
458.00 Tot. Stds.
422.00 F.T.E.
459.00 Tot. Stds.
422.00 F.T.E .
JK-3 ADE
169.5 1. Resident students
JK
SK
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
Native
Other
167.00
46.00
0.00
0.00
Bright's Grove 63517
Enrolment on October 31 , 2011
All Students
Part-time
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T.E.
173.00
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
274.00
54.00
0.00
0.00
275.00
56.00
0.00
0.00
Enrolment on March 31 , 2012
All Students
Part-time
Half-time #Students F.T.E.
Full-time
31 .00
33.00
100.00
153.00
100.00
154.00
64.00
0.00
0.00
Cathcart 88609
Enrolment on October 31 , 2011
All Students
Part-time
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T.E .
253.00
64.00
0.00
0.00
Enrolment on March 31 , 2012
All Students
Part-time
Half-time #Students F.T.E.
Full-time
36.00
38.00
34.00
38.00
133.00
252.00
133.00
253.00
386.00
0.00
Enrolment on March 31 , 2012
All Students
Part-time
Half-time #Students F.T.E.
Full-time
31.00
33.00
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
0.00
93.00
182.00
Brooke Central 66370
Enrolment on October 31 , 2011
All Students
Part-time
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T.E.
254.00
46.00
32.00
24.00
92.00
182.00
Totals
LKDSB Elementary Enrolment 2011 -12
62 .00
111 .00
30.00
24.00
Totals
A.D.E.
422
20.00
26.00
59.00
108.00
Totals
A.D.E.
285.5
Enrolment on March 31 , 2012
All Students
Part-time
Full-time
Half-time #Students F.T.E.
19.00
27.00
Totals
A.D.E.
302
Brladen 62081 (Yr 1)
Enrolment on October 31 , 201 1
All Students
Part-time
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T.E.
72.00
2
0.00
0.00
385.00
74.00
0.00
0.00
FINAL July 17, 2012
APPENDIX C-2012
I
A.D.E.
201 .5
222.00 Tot. Stds.
201.00 F.T.E.
222.00 Tot. Stds.
202.00 F.T.E.
JK-3 ADE
87
1. Resident students
JK
SK
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
Native
Other
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
228.00 Tot. Stds.
208.50 F.T.E.
228.00 Tot. Stds.
209.00 F.T.E.
JK-3 ADE
80.75 1. Resident students
JK
SK
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
Native
Other
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
139.00 Tot. Stds.
124.00 F.T.E.
141 .00 Tot. Stds.
126.00 F.T.E.
JK-3 ADE
1. Resident students
52
JK
SK
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
INative
!Other
1
LKDSB Elementary Enrolment 2011 -12
67.00
110.00
4.00
5.00
180.00
42.00
0.00
0.00
Confederation Central 120715
Enrolment on October 31 , 2011
All Students
Part-time
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T.E.
182.00
2.00
189.00
39.00
0.00
0 .00
2.00
190.00
0.00
0.00
12.00
24.00
57.00
101.00
38.00
0.00
0.00
Dawn-Euprh emra
. 135135
Enrolment on October 31, 2011
All Students
Part-time
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T.E.
158.00
36.00
0.00
0.00
Enrolment on March 31 , 2012
All Students
Part-time
Half-time #Students F.T.E.
Full-time
19.00
11.00
38.00
73.00
36.00
73.00
109.00
38.00
Enrolment on March 31 , 2012
All Students
Part-time
Half-time #Students F.T.E.
Full-time
19.00
11 .00
Totals
0.00
62.00
126.00
60.00
106.00
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
0.00
21 .00
17.00
D.A. Gordon 13113Wr 1)
Enrolment on October 31 , 2011
All Students
Part-time
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T.E.
166.00
40 .00
Enrolment on March 31 , 2012
All Students
Part-time
Full-time
Half-time #Students F.T.E.
12.00
26.00
Totals
A.D.E.
125
66.00
110.00
61 .00
126.00
I
204.00 Tot. Stds.
185.00 F.T.E.
194.00 Tot. Stds.
176.00 F.T.E.
JK-3 ADE
77
1. Resident students
JK
SK
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
Native
Other
23.00
17.00
22.00
17.00
Totals
A.D.E.
180.5
Enrolment on March 31 , 2012
All Students
Part-time
Half-time #Students F.T.E.
Full-time
26.00
16.00
Totals
A.D. E.
208.75
Colonel Cameron 118583 CYr 1)
Enrolment on October 31 , 2011
All Students
Part-time
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T .E.
30.00
3
0.00
0.00
111 .00
30.00
0.00
0.00
FINAL July 17, 2012
APPENDIX C-2012
A.D.E.
343.75
384.00 Tot. Stds.
345.00 F.T.E.
382.00 Tot. Stds.
JK-3 ADE
342.50 F.T.E.
142.75 1. Resident students
JK
SK
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
INative
Other
I
217.00 Tot. Stds.
201.00 F.T.E.
213.00 Tot. Stds.
197.00 F.T.E.
JK-3 ADE
1. Resident students
75.5
JK
SK
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
!Native
Other
A.D.E.
199
I
379.00 Tot. Stds.
336.50 F.T.E.
383.00 Tot. Stds.
340.00 F.T.E.
JK-3 ADE
134.75 1. Resident students
JK
SK
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
Native
Other
A.D.E.
338.25
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
186.00 Tot. Stds.
172.50 F.T.E.
189.00 Tot. Stds.
175.00 F.T.E.
JK-3 ADE
67.75 1. Resident students
JK
SK
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
Native
Other
39.00
40.00
104.00
202.00
Totals
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
306.00
103.00
200.00
78.00
0.00
0.00
303.00
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
0.00
185.00
58.00
123.00
32.00
0.00
0.00
Errol Road 185841
Enrolment on October 31 , 2011
All Students
Part-time
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T.E.
181.00
0.00
92 .00
204.00
85.00
0.00
0.00
Errol Village 185833
Enrolment on October 31 , 2011
All Students
Part-time
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T.E.
1.00
297.00
86.00
0.00
0.00
Enrolment on March 31 , 2012
All Students
Part-time
Full-time
Half-time #Students F.T.E.
11.00
16.00
11 .00
17.00
53.00
106.00
159.00
0.00
39.00
47.00
92.00
201.00
1.00
294.00
32.00
Enrolment on March 31 , 2012
All Students
Part-time
Full-time
Half-time #Students F.T.E .
39.00
46.00
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
0.00
19.00
13.00
61 .00
124.00
Totals
79.00
East L am bton El emen ary 5 c hoo 1587281
Enrolment on October 31 , 2011
Enrolment on March 31 , 2012
All Students
All Students
Part-time
Part-time
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T.E.
Full-time
Half-time #Students F.T.E.
18.00
14.00
Totals
LKDSB Elementary Enrolment 201 1-12
Enrolment on March 31 , 2012
All Students
Part-time
Full-time
Half-time #Students F.T.E.
37.00
41.00
Totals
A.D.E.
173.75
Dresden Area Central148660
Enrolment on October 31 , 2011
All Students
Part-time
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T.E.
55.00
106.00
27.00
4
0.00
0.00
161.00
28.00
0.00
0.00
FINAL July 17, 2012
APPENDIX C-2012
A.D.E.
172.5
190.00 Tot. Stds.
169.00 F.T.E.
198.00 Tot. Stds.
176.00 F.T.E.
JK-3 ADE
1. Resident students
89
JK
SK
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
Native
Other
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
277.00 Tot. Stds.
258.00 F.T.E.
280.00 Tot. Stds.
261.00 F.T.E.
JK-3 ADE
108.5 1. Resident students
JK
SK
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
Native
Other
232.00 Tot. Stds.
210.50 F.T.E.
226.00 Tot. Stds.
JK-3ADE
205.50 F.T.E.
98.5
1. Resident students
JK
SK
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
Native
!Other
I
239.00 Tot. Stds.
218.00 F.T.E.
237.00 Tot. Stds.
216.00 F.T.E.
JK-3ADE
87.5
1. Resident students
JK
SK
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
Native
Other
A.D.E.
217
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
148.00
68.00
86.00
42.00
0.00
0.00
G regory D.
nve 230693
Enrolment on October 31 , 2011
All Students
Part-time
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T.E.
154.00
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
38.00
0.00
0.00
HW B urgess 237329
Enrolment on October 31 , 2011
All Students
Part-time
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T.E.
242.00
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
0.00
0.00
Enrolment on March 31 , 2012
All Students
Part-time
Full-time
Half-time #Students F.T.E.
77.00
108.00
43.00
0.00
0.00
Hanna Memorial 243175
Enrolment on October 31 , 2011
All Students
Part-time
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T.E.
185.00
41 .00
0.00
0.00
Enrolment on March 31 , 2012
All Students
Part-time
Full-time
Half-time #Students F.T.E.
22.00
20.00
22.00
20.00
67.00
130.00
197.00
38.00
18.00
23.00
78.00
111 .00
189.00
0.00
91 .00
151 .00
18.00
25.00
Totals
0.00
19.00
19.00
88.00
151.00
239.00
44.00
Enrolment on March 31 , 2012
All Students
Part-time
Full-time
Half-time #Students F.T.E.
20.00
18.00
Totals
LKDSB Elementary Enrolment 2011-1 2
17.00
27.00
67.00
81 .00
Totals
A.D.E.
208
Enrolment on March 31 , 2012
All Students
Part-time
Half-time #Students F.T.E.
Full-time
16.00
26.00
Totals
A.D.E.
259.5
Grand Bend 226661
Enrolment on October 31, 20 11
All Students
Part-time
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T.E.
66.00
129.00
42 .00
5
0.00
0.00
195.00
42.00
0.00
0.00
FINAL July 17, 2012
APPENDIX C-2012
A.D.E.
433.5
476.00 Tot. Stds.
433.00 F.T.E.
477.00 Tot. Stds.
JK-3 ADE
434.00 F.T.E.
178.5 1. Resident students
JK
SK
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
Native
Other
t
A.D. E.
343.25
406.00 Tot. Stds.
347.50 F.T.E.
397.00 Tot. Stds.
339.00 F.T.E.
JK-3 ADE
192.75 1. Resident students
JK
SK
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
Native
Other
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
201 .00 Tot. Stds.
179.50 F.T.E.
202.00 Tot. Stds.
180.50 F.T.E.
JK-3 ADE
1. Resident students
117
JK
SK
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
Native
Other
485.00 Tot. Stds.
449.00 F.T.E.
484.00 Tot. Stds.
446.50 F.T.E.
JK-3 ADE
177.25 1. Resident students
JK
SK
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
JNative
IOther
I
LKDSB Elementary Enrolment 2011-12
41 .00
45.00
135.00
255.00
Totals
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
390.00
136.00
255.00
86.00
0.00
0.00
H"191h Par k 255394
Enrolment on October 31 , 2011
All Students
Part-time
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T.E.
391.00
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
117.00
0.00
0.00
1.00
281.00
0.00
96.00
63.00
43 .00
0.00
0.00
Indian Creek Road 275131
Enrolment on October 31 , 2011
All Students
Part-time
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T.E.
159.00
43 .00
0.00
0.00
Enrolment on March 31 , 2012
All Students
Part-time
Full-time
Half-time #Students F.T.E.
33 .00
39.00
35.00
40.00
141 .00
272.00
413.00
0.00
35.00
8.00
95 .00
63.00
Totals
116.00
Enrolment on March 31 , 2012
All Students
Part-time
Half-time #Students F.T.E.
Full-time
35 .00
8.00
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
0.00
135.00
145.00
Ecole Hillcrest 258016
Enrolment on October 31 , 2011
All Students
Part-time
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T.E.
158.00
0.00
52.00
64.00
134.00
155.00
289.00
86.00
Enrolment on March 31 , 2012
All Students
Part-time
Half-time #Students F.T.E.
Full-time
55.00
62.00
Totals
A.D.E.
447.75
Enrolment on March 31 , 2012
All Students
Part-time
Full-time
Half-time #Students F.T.E.
40.00
46.00
Totals
A.D.E.
180
Harw1c
. h-Ra Ie1g1
. h 247197
Enrolment on October 31 , 2011
All Students
Part-time
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T.E.
140.00
269.00
72.00
6
0.00
0.00
409.00
75 .00
0.00
0.00
FINAL July 17, 2012
APPENDIX C-2012
A.D.E .
253.25
272.00 Tot. Stds.
247.50 F.T.E.
284.00 Tot. Stds.
259.00 F.T.E.
JK-3 ADE
94.25
1. Resident students
JK
SK
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
Native
Other
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
John N Given 284386
Enrolment on October 31 , 2011
All Students
Part-time
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T.E.
Enrolment on March 31 , 2012
All Students
Part-time
Full-time
Half-time #Students F.T.E.
24.00
26.00
24.00
25.00
73.00
161 .00
66.00
156.00
Totals
1.00
223.00
49.00
0.00
0.00
234.00
50.00
0.00
0.00
-
295.00 Tot. Stds.
272.50 F.T.E.
295.00 Tot. Stds.
JK-3 ADE
274.00 F.T.E.
120.75 1. Resident students
JK
SK
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
Native
Other
A.D.E .
273.25
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
305.00 Tot. Stds.
277.50 F.T.E.
295.00 Tot. Stds.
270.50 F.T.E.
JK-3ADE
112
1. Resident students
JK
SK
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
Native
Other
271.00 Tot. Stds.
244.50 F.T.E.
272.00 Tot. Stds.
245.00 F.T.E.
JK-3 ADE
105.25 1. Resident students
JK
SK
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
INative
IOther
I
LKDSB Elementary Enrolment 2011-12
21 .00
21 .00
99.00
154.00
99.00
151 .00
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
250.00
45 .00
0.00
0.00
-
K"mg G eorge VI 5 arm.a 297380
Enrolment on October 31 , 2011
All Students
Part-time
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T.E.
253.00
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
55.00
0.00
0.00
Kinnwood Central 619787
Enrolment on October 31 , 2011
All Students
Part-time
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T.E.
246.00
49.00
0.00
0.00
Enrolment on March 31 , 2012
All Students
Part-time
Half-time #Students F.T.E.
Full-time
28.00
26.00
79.00
139.00
218.00
0.00
85.00
161 .00
28 .00
25.00
Totals
0.00
29.00
20.00
87.00
163.00
250.00
42.00
Enrolment on March 31 , 2012
All Students
Part-time
Full-time
Half-time #Students F.T.E.
33.00
22.00
Totals
A.D.E.
244.75
Enrolment on March 31 , 2012
All Students
Part-time
Half-time #Students F.T.E.
Full-time
22 .00
23 .00
Totals
A.D .E.
274
K"mg G eorge VI Ch ath am 297127
Enrolment on October 31 , 2011
All Students
Part-time
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T.E.
78.00
140.00
53.00
7
0.00
0.00
218.00
54.00
0.00
0.00
FINAL July 17, 2012
APPENDIX C-2012
183.00 Tot. Stds.
165.00 F.T.E.
189.00 Tot. Stds.
170.00 F.T.E.
JK-3 ADE
57.5
1. Resident students
JK
SK
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
!Native
Other
A.D.E.
167.5
I
247.00 Tot. Stds.
227.00 F.T.E.
241 .00 Tot. Stds.
222.50 F.T.E.
JK-3 ADE
86.75 1. Resident students
JK
SK
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
!Native
Other
A.D.E.
224.75
I
348.00 Tot. Stds.
311 .50 F.T.E.
332.00 Tot. Stds.
299.00 F.T.E.
JK-3 ADE
130.75 1. Resident students
JK
SK
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
Native
Other
A.D.E.
305.25
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
176.00 Tot. Stds.
159.50 F.T.E.
176.00 Tot. Stds.
160.00 F.T.E.
JK-3 ADE
59.75 1. Resident students
JK
SK
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
!Native
!Other
I
LKDSB Elementary Enrolment 2011-12
Enrolment on March 31 , 2012
All Students
Part-time
Full-time
Half-time #Students F.T.E.
21 .00
15.00
22 .00
16.00
40 .00
111.00
38.00
109.00
Totals
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
147.00
36.00
0.00
0.00
Lambton Centennial 305510
Enrolment on October 31 , 2011
All Students
Part-time
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T.E.
151 .00
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
207.00
40.00
0.00
0.00
204.00
95 .00
161 .00
10.00
10.00
0.00
0.00
London Road 319872
Enrolment on October 31 , 2011
All Students
Part-time
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T.E.
266.00
66.00
0.00
0.00
12.00
20 .00
43 .00
100.00
143.00
0.00
Enrolment on March 31 , 2012
All Students
Part-time
Full-time
Half-time #Students F.T.E.
12.00
21 .00
Totals
0.00
31 .00
35.00
97.00
168.00
73.00
37.00
Enrolment on March 31 , 2012
All Students
Part-time
Half-time #Students F.T.E.
Full-time
36.00
37.00
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
0.00
66.00
138.00
Lansdowne 308307
Enrolment on October 31 , 2011
All Students
Part-time
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T.E.
275.00
0.00
19.00
18.00
69.00
138.00
Totals
38.00
Enrolment on March 31 , 2012
All Students
Part-time
Full-time
Half-time #Students F.T.E.
19.00
21 .00
Totals
A.D.E.
159.75
Lakeroad 304140
Enrolment on October 31 , 2011
All Students
Part-time
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T.E.
44.00
100.00
33 .00
8
0.00
0.00
144.00
32 .00
0.00
0.00
FINAL July 17, 2012
APPENDIX C-2012
A.D.E.
553.5
630.00 Tot. Stds.
552.50 F.T.E.
635.00 Tot. Stds.
554.50 F.T.E.
JK-3ADE
283.5 1. Resident students
JK
SK
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
INative
Other
I
199.00 Tot. Stds.
175.50 F.T.E.
190.00 Tot. Stds.
167.00 F.T.E.
JK-3ADE
72.25 1. Resident students
JK
SK
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
Native
Other
A.D.E.
171.25
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
McNaughton Avenue 356026
Enrolment on October 31 , 2011
All Students
Part-time
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T.E.
Enrolment on March 31 , 2012
All Students
Part-time
Full-time
Half-time #Students F.T.E.
73.00
82.00
77.00
84.00
203.00
272.00
Totals
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
475.00
206.00
267.00
155.00
0.00
0.00
Merlin Area 361895
Enrolment on October 31 , 2011
All Students
Part-time
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T.E.
1.00
474.00
0.00
27.00
19.00
50 .00
102.00
152.00
0.00
Enrolment on March 31 , 2012
All Students
Part-time
Half-time #Students F.T.E.
Full-time
28.00
19.00
Totals
161.00
48.00
96.00
47.00
0.00
0.00
144.00
46.00
0.00
0.00
Mooretown.Courtriiiht 371610Wr 2
I
133.00 Tot. Stds.
120.00 F.T.E.
130.00 Tot. Stds.
117.00 F.T.E.
JK-3 ADE
1. Resident students
45.5
JK
SK
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
INative
Other
A.D. E.
118.5
I
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
Enrolment on October 31 , 2011
All Students
Part-time
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T.E.
Enrolment on March 31 , 2012
All Students
Part-time
Full-time
Half-time #Students F.T.E.
14.00
12.00
14.00
12.00
32.00
75.00
Totals
107.00
33.00
71 .00
26.00
0.00
0.00
104.00
26 .00
0.00
0.00
s
296.00 Tot. Stds.
269.00 F.T.E.
310.00 Tot. Stds.
280.50 F.T.E.
JK-3 ADE
117.75 1. Resident students
JK
SK
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
Native
Other
A.D.E.
274.75
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
Enrolment on March 31 , 2012
All Students
Part-time
Half-time #Students F.T.E.
Full-time
18.00
40.00
16.00
37.00
87.00
116.00
92.00
120.00
39.00
Totals
LKDSB Elementary Enrolment 2011 -12
Naahii Ridge P 265640
Enrolment on October 31 , 2011
All Students
Part-time
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T.E.
242.00
39.00
1.00
54.00
9
0.00
0.00
251 .00
1.00
59.00
0.00
0.00
FINAL July 17, 2012
APPENDIX C-2012
I
A.D.E.
389.5
446.00 Tot. Stds.
386.50 F.T.E.
452.00 Tot. Stds.
392.50 F.T.E.
JK-3 ADE
186
1. Resident students
JK
SK
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
Native
Other
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
343.00 Tot. Stds.
310.00 F.T.E.
343.00 Tot. Stds.
308.00 F.T.E.
JK-3ADE
1. Resident students
0
JK
SK
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
Native
Other
374.00 Tot. Stds.
340.50 F.T.E.
377.00 Tot. Stds.
343.00 F.T.E.
JK-3 ADE
141 .25 1. Resident students
JK
SK
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
!Native
!Other
I
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
355.00 Tot. Stds.
323.50 F.T.E.
353.00 Tot. Stds.
319.50 F.T.E.
JK-3 ADE
136.5 1. Resident students
JK
SK
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
!Native
!Other
119.00
0.00
0.00
333.00
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
0.00
277.00
105.00
168.00
66.00
0.00
0.00
273.00
70 .00
0.00
0.00
Queen Elizabeth II - Petrolia 462870
Enrolment on March 31 , 2012
Enrolment on October 31 , 2011
All Students
All Students
Part-time
Part-time
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T.E .
Full-time
Half-time #Students F.T.E.
35.00
33.00
107.00
200.00
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
0.00
29.00
41 .00
35 .00
32.00
Totals
119.00
Queen Elizabeth II- Chatham 462748
Enrolment on March 31 , 2012
Enrolment on October 31 , 2011
All Students
All Students
Part-time
Part-time
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T.E.
Half-time #Students F.T.E.
Full-time
107.00
170.00
307.00
108.00
201 .00
67.00
0.00
0.00
309.00
68.00
0.00
0.00
Queen Elizabeth If- Samla 463000-(Yr 1)
Enrolment on October 31 , 2011
Enrolment on March 31 , 2012
All Students
All Students
Part-time
Part-time
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T.E.
Half-time #Students F.T.E.
Full-time
28.00
35.00
Totals
LKDSB Elementary Enrolment 2011-12
327.00
128.00
205.00
29.00
37.00
r
A.D.E.
321 .5
65.00
54.00
125.00
202.00
Totals
A.D.E.
341 .75
Enrolment on March 31 , 2012
All Students
Part-time
Half-time #Students F.T.E.
Full-time
60.00
59.00
Totals
A.D.E.
309
PE-~cGi6tiOn 432918-(Yr 1J
Enrolment on October 31 , 2011
All Students
Part-time
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T.E.
32.00
35.00
106.00
155.00
102.00
159.00
31 .00
25.00
292.00
63.00
10
0.00
0.00
286.00
67.00
0.00
0.00
FINAL July 17, 2012
APPENDIX C-2012
A.D.E.
83.00 Tot. Stds.
83.00 F.T.E.
84.5
86.00 Tot. Stds.
JK-3 ADE
86.00 F.T.E.
1. Resident students
0
JK
SK
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
I Native
Other
I
192.00 Tot. Stds.
175.50 F.T.E.
199.00 Tot. Stds.
180.50 F.T.E.
JK-3 ADE
1. Resident students
74.5
JK
SK
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
Native
Other
A.D.E.
178
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
Totals
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
427.00 Tot. Stds.
389.00 F.T.E.
430.00 Tot. Stds.
392.00 F.T.E.
JK-3 ADE
157
1. Resident students
JK
SK
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
Native
IOther
I
LKDSB Elementary Enrolment 2011-12
74.00
12.00
12.00
83.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
Riverview 486922
Enrolment on October 31 , 2011
All Students
Part-time
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T.E.
86.00
159.00
33.00
0.00
0.00
162.00
37.00
0.00
0.00
Enrolment on March 31 , 2012
All Students
Part-time
Full-time
Half-time #Students F.T.E.
34.00
46.00
120.00
226.00
82.00
0.00
0.0
346.00
80.00
0.00
0.00
Sir John Moore Community School 516074
Enrolment on March 31 , 2012
Enrolment on October 31 , 2011
All Students
All Students
Part-time
Part-time
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T.E.
Half-time #Students F.T.E.
Full-time
31 .00
40.00
30.00
41 .00
116.00
177.00
Totals
0.00
58.00
104.00
121 .00
227.00
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
0.00
16.00
21 .00
Rosedale 491080 (Yr 2)
Enrolment on October 31 , 2011
All Students
Part-time
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T.E.
348.00
0.00
Enrolment on March 31 , 2012
All Students
Part-time
Full-time
Half-time #Students F.T.E.
36.00
46.00
Totals
A.D.E.
390.50
71 .00
56.00
103.00
I
430.00 Tot. Stds.
389.00 F.T.E.
426.00 Tot. Stds.
JK-3 ADE
386.00 F.T.E.
161
1. Resident students
JK
SK
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
Native
Other
Enrolment on March 31 , 2012
All Students
Part-time
Full-time
Half-time #Students F.T.E.
13.00
20.00
Totals
A.D.E.
387.5
Ridgetown DHS-7 & 8 109920
Enrolment on October 31 , 2011
All Students
Part-time
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T.E .
122.00
177.00
58.00
5.00
351 .00
76.00
11
0.00
0.00
55.00
5.00
354.00
76.00
0.00
0.00
FINAL July 17, 2012
APPENDIX C-2012
114.00
93.50
113.00
92.50
A.D.E.
Tot. Stds.
F.T.E .
93
Tot. Stds.
JK-3 ADE
F.T.E.
1. Resident students
93
JK
SK
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
Native
Other
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
367.00
335.00
372.00
340.00
Tot. Stds.
337.5
F.T.E.
Tot. Stds.
JK-3 ADE
F.T.E.
136.5 1. Resident students
JK
SK
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
Native
Other
153.00
139.00
153.00
139.00
Tot. Stds.
F.T.E.
139
Tot. Stds.
F.T.E.
JK-3 ADE
58.5
1. Resident students
JK
SK
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
Native
Other
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
L-
400.00
359.50
418.00
376.50
Tot. Stds.
F.T.E.
368
Tot. Stds.
F.T.E.
JK-3 ADE
174.5 1. Resident students
JK
SK
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
Native
Other
41 .00
0.00
0.00
Tecumseh Public 548707
Enrolment on October 31 , 2011
All Students
Part-time
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T.E .
72.00
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
303.00
64.00
0.00
0.00
308.00
0.00
0.00
11.00
17.00
45.00
78.00
2.00
2.00
28.00
64.00
Enrolment on March 31 , 2012
All Students
Part-time
Full-time
Half-time #Students F.T.E.
44.00
79.00
0.00
0.00
Tilbury Area 556602-(Yr 2)
Enrolment on October 31 , 2011
All Students
Part-time
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T.E.
125.00
28.00
0.00
0.00
Enrolment on March 31 , 2012
All Students
Part-time
Full-time
Half-time #Students F.T.E.
46.00
35.00
48.00
35.00
133.00
186.00
319.00
0.00
Enrolment on March 31 , 2012
All Students
Part-time
Full-time
Half-time #Students F.T.E.
11.00
17.00
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
0.00
104.00
204.00
Thamesville Area 551147
Enrolment on October 31 , 2011
All Students
Part-time
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T.E.
125.00
41.00
34.00
30 .00
105.00
198.00
Totals
LKDSB Elementary Enrolment 2011 -1 2
73.00
72 .00
33 .00
31.00
Totals
A.D.E.
17.00
24.00
73 .00
Totals
A.D.E.
Enrolment on March 31 , 2012
All Students
Part-time
Half-time #Students F.T.E.
Full-time
17.00
24.00
Totals
A.D.E.
5 ou th PIIYmpton 523 321
Enrolment on October 31 , 2011
All Students
Part-time
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T.E.
134.00
201 .00
81 .00
12
0.00
0.00
335.00
83.00
0.00
0.00
FINAL July 17, 2012
APPENDIX C-2012
I
386.00
348.00
382.00
344.00
Tot. Stds.
F.T.E.
346
Tot. Stds.
F.T.E.
JK-3 ADE
1. Resident students
153
A.D.E.
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
Victor Lauriston 572853-(Yr 1)
Enrolment on October 31 , 2011
All Students
Part-time
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T.E.
JK
SK
Tot. Stds.
F.T.E.
200.75
Tot. Stds.
F.T.E.
JK-3 ADE
83.25 1. Resident students
JK
SK
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
Native
Other
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
310.00
0.00
0.00
W ..
J Baird 580007
Enrolment on October 31 , 2011
All Students
Part-time
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T.E.
306.00
180.00
76.00
0.00
0.00
Enrolment on March 31 , 2012
All Students
Part-time
Half-time #Students F.T.E.
Full-time
24.00
20.00
61 .00
115.00
60 .00
120.00
47.00
0.00
0.00
176.00
44.00
0.00
0.00
1r
I
277.00
256.50
280.00
257.50
Tot. Stds.
257
F.T.E.
Tot. Stds.
F.T.E.
JK-3 ADE
85
1. Resident students
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
Wtieati&YArea 604054-(Yr
Enrolment on October 31 , 2011
All Students
Part-time
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T.E.
JK
SK
I
300.00
272.00
284.00
258.00
Tot. Stds.
F.T.E.
265
Tot. Stds.
F.T.E.
JK-3 ADE
1. Resident students
128
JK
SK
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
INative
IOther
26.00
19.00
65.00
171.00
Totals
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
236.00
62.00
173.00
41 .00
0.00
0.00
Winston Churchill 615757
Enrolment on October 31 , 2011
All Students
Part-time
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T.E.
235.00
0.00
0.00
24.00
28.00
97.00
135.00
105.00
139.00
244.00
45.00
Enrolment on March 31 , 2012
All Students
Part-time
Half-time #Students F.T.E.
Full-time
25.00
31.00
Totals
LKDSB Elementary Enrolment 2011 -12
Enrolment on March 31 , 2012
All Students
Part-time
Half-time #Students F.T.E.
Full-time
23.00
18.00
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
INative
IOther
A.D.E.
76.00
25.00
22 .00
Totals
A.D.E.
11 5.00
191 .00
115.00
195.00
Totals
227.00
203.50
220.00
198.00
29.00
47.00
30.00
46.00
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
Native
Other
A.D. E.
Enrolment on March 31 , 2012
All Students
Part-time
Full-time
Half-time #Students F.T.E.
56.00
13
0.00
0.00
232.00
52 .00
0.00
0.00
FINAL July 17, 2012
APPENDIX C-2012
145.00 Tot. Stds.
145.00 F.T.E.
148.00 Tot. Stds.
148.00 F.T.E.
JK-3 ADE
1. Resident students
3
JK
SK
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
Native
Other
A.D.E.
146.5
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
I
168.00 Tot. Stds.
153.50 F.T.E.
166.00 Tot. Stds.
152.00 F.T.E.
JK-3 ADE
53.75 1. Resident students
JK
SK
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
Native
Other
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
0.00
0.00
0.00
Zone Township 625221 (Yr 1)
Enrolment on October 31 , 2011
All Students
Part-time
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T.E.
148.00
39.00
98.00
1.00
1.00
29.00
14
0.00
0.00
13.00
15.00
40.00
98.00
139.00
0.00
Enrolment on March 31 , 2012
All Students
Part-time
Full-time
Half-time #Students F.T.E.
14.00
15.00
Totals
LKDSB Elementary Enrolment 2011-12
145.00
Enrolment on March 31 , 2012
All Students
Part-time
Full-time
Half-time #Students F.T.E.
3.00
145.00
3.00
142.00
Totals
A.D.E.
152.75
Wyoming 622257
Enrolment on October 31 , 2011
All Students
Part-time
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T.E.
0.00
0.00
138.00
28.00
0.00
0.00
FINAL July 17, 2012
APPENDIX C-2012
Lambton Kent Elementary October 31, 2011/March 31, 2012 Enrolment Actuals
A.D.E.
13,610.25
15,037.00 Tot. Stds.
13,606.00 F.T.E.
15,050.00 Tot. Stds.
13,614.50 F.T.E.
1. Resident students
JK
SK
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-8
2. Non-Resident Students
Native
Other
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
4,360.00
7,665 .00
157.00
5.00
4.00
1.00
12,175.00 2,862.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
149.00
5.00
12,179.00
1,400.00
1,465.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
5.00
1.00
2,871.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
Oct.31/2011
0.5
0.5
=
=
694.00 (Half-time)
1.00 (Half-time)
695.00 JK F.T.E.
(Non-Resident)
X
0.5
0.5
=
=
734.00 (Half-time)
2.00 (Half-time)
736.00 SK F.T.E.
(Non-Resident)
X
1.00
Resident
Non-Resident
JK
JK
1,388.00
2.00
X
Resident
Non-Resident
SK
SK
1,468.00
4.00
X
Resident
SK
0
X
=
Mar.31/2012
0.00 SK FULL-TIME
1431.00 F.T.E.
TOTALJK/SK
*NOTE:
Enrolment on March 31, 2012
All Students
Part-time
Half-time #Students F.T.E.
Full-time
1,388.00
1,488.00
0.00
0.00
4,351.00
7,663 .00
Totals
*NOTE:
Enrolment on October 31 , 2011
All Students
Part-time
Full-time Half-time #Students F.T.E.
0.5
0.5
=
=
700.00 (Half-time)
0.50 (Half-time)
700.50 F.T.E.
(Non-Resident)
X
0.5
0.5
=
=
732.50 (Half-time)
2.50 (Half-time)
735.00 F.T.E.
(Non-Resident)
X
1.00
Resident
Non-Resident
JK
JK
1,400.00
1
X
Resident
Non-Resident
SK
SK
1,465.00
5
X
Resident
SK
0
X
TOTAL JKISK
=
SK FULL-TIME
1435.50 F.T.E.
Represents Year 1 & 2 F~l Day Early Learning Kindergarten Schools for 2011-12 School Year
.50 FTE to be paid ttvough GSN as reported, with additional .50 FTE to be id throygiJ FDELKP funding
October 31, 2011 = 321 .50
March 31 2012 = 323.00
LKDSB Elementary Enrolment 2011-12
15
FINAL July 17, 2012
APPENDI X C-201 2
Lambton Kent DSB Secondary School October 31, 2011/March 31, 2012 Enrolment Actuals
A.D.E.
507.00
507.00
467.00
467.00
487 .00
Tot. Stds .
F.T.E.
Tot. Stds .
F.T.E.
Alexander Mackenzie Second ary scnool 891274
Enrolment on March 31 , 2012
Enrolment on October 31, 2011
21 yrs of age and older
Students under 21
21 rs of age and older
Students under 21
Full-time
Part-time
Full-time
Part-time
Full-time
Part-time
Full-time
Part-time
F.T.E.
F.T.E.
#Students
F.T.E.
#Students
F.T.E .
#Students
#S tudents
480.00
443.00
27.00
24.00
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
Resident
Native
Govl Ont.
Vi sa
. ~,~~
r-om.!."':'·
. ., n otals
A.D.E
459.50
A.D.E
458 .00
~ :--~""~ .··;··
··-.
i.ilr¥<t•••..,,
467.00
---·--
,.·:J"h
'.
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
...
;·oe ·-·
_.,.~"'"!:~··;;ll,~
;'••.;~r.'
7.00
451 .00
2.00
'~ ,~.
0.75
1.00
0.00
0.00
..•.
6.00
., . . :-.
0.00
't:·-..
3.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
...
1,048 .00
,.
3.00
.
1.25
1.00
0.00
0.00
-·-·-·----
Enrolment on March 31 , 2012
21 rs of age and older
Students under 21
Part-time
Full-time
Part-time
Full-time
#Students
F.T.E.
F.T.E.
#Students
4.00
1.90
779.00
1.00
780.00
4.00
1.90
0.00
0.00
0.00
Lambton Central C.V.I. 921408
Enrolment on March 31 , 2012
Enrolment on October 31 , 2011
Students under 2 1
21 rs of age and older
Students under 2 1
21 vrs of ime and older
Full-time
Part-time
Full-tim e
Part-time
Full-time
Part-time
Full-time
Part-time
F.T.E.
F.T.E.
F.T.E.
F.T.E.
#Students
#Students
#Students
#Students
964.00
1,01 2.00
1001 .50
LKDSB Secondary Enrolment 201 1-12
_0.01)_
_....... ···--·- ....
832.00
I on.&"'.·
--·-
Enrolment on October 31 , 2011
21 vrs of aoe and older
Stud ents under 21
Part-time
Full-time
Part-time
Full-time
F.T.E.
#Students
F.T.E.
#Students
831.00
1.00
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
Resident
Native
Gov' Ont.
Visa
cT...l:" Totals
~ll -
0.00
1,077 .00
ITotals
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
Resident
Native
Govl Ont.
Vi sa
• Ill!<
1.25
3.00
5.00
1:-I.Mnlnll CliMtBd.
A.D.E
0.00
Chatham-Kent
. ..
..
. .. S.S . 919322
Enrolment on Marcn 31 , 2012
Enrolment on October 31 , 2011
21 vrs of age and older
Students under 21
21 rs of age and older
St udents under 21
Part-time
Full-time
Full-time
Part-time
Full-time
Part-time
Part-time
Full-time
F.T.E.
F.T.E .
F.T.E.
F.T.E.
#S tudents
#S tudents
#Students
#Students
1.00
3.00
1,042.00
3.00
1.25
1,072 .00
1065.13
806.95
Tot. Stds .
F.T.E.
Tot. Stds .
F.T.E.
·{.<
0.00
1.00
. .:: "~ .,· N
<
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
Resident
Native
Gov' Ont.
Visa
A.D.E.
832.00
832.00
784.00
781 .90
·'···
0.00
1.00
·.
t oF.T.fli ''• ~':1
1.":
0.00
Blenheim Distric1 H.S . 895148
Enrolment on March 31 , 2012
Enrolment on October 31, 2011
St udents under 21
21 yrs of age and older
Students under 21
21 rs of age and older
Full-time
Part-time
Full-time
Part-time
Part-ti me
Full-time
Part-time
Full-time
F.T.E.
F.T.E.
F.T .E.
#Students
F.T .E.
#S tudents
#Students
#Students
1.00
449.00
2.00
0.75
456.00
3.00
1.25
7.00
1.00
1.00
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
Resident
Native
Gov' Ont.
Visa
-~:-....
·.
''!'"'\!
507.00
.'.
14.00
~
1,026.00
.'
13.00
'7
0.00
lr;;~~ ;~--
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
977.00
,-,
.
0.00
·.·:
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
FINAL June 28, 2012
APPENDIX C-201 2
A.D.E.
347.00
346.50
335.00
335.00
340.75
Tot. Stds.
F.T.E.
Tot. Stds .
F.T.E.
_ _ , , , _ ....,,,
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
Resident
Native
Gov~ Ont.
Visa
Totals
I
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
Resident
Native
Gov~ Ont.
Visa
f"'iJ'I~tliF '
,
Totals
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
Resident
Native
Govl Ont.
Visa
a
A.D.E.
270 .00
269.50
267.00
266.25
A.D.E.
769.00
769.00
742.00
741 .50
267 .88
Tot . Stds .
F.T.E.
Tot . Stds .
F.T.E.
755.25
Tot. Stds .
F.T.E.
Tot . Stds .
F.T.E.
346.00
..,..,, .. " ' ..,..,, '""'""'
1.00
0.00
0.50
0.00
0.00
... _
0 VoiV
Enrolment on March 31, 2012
Students under 21
21 rs of a!ie and older
Full-time
Part-time
Full-time
Part-time
F.T.E.
#Students
#Students
F.T.E.
335.00
g.oo
___335_.()9_
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.000
North Lambton S.S. 910228
Enrolment on October 31 , 2011
Enrolment on March 31, 2012
Students under 21
21 yrs of age and older
21 vrs of aae and older
Students under 21
Full-time
Part-time
Full-time
Part-time
Full-time
Part-time
Full-time
Part-time
F.T.E.
#Students
F.T.E.
#Students
#Students
F.T.E.
F.T.E.
#Students
501 .00
478.00
2.00
1.00
35.00
35.00
1.00
537.00
1.00
·' '-'"'"<t..:
(:'£, , ... :-
0.00
\.,·•
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
'
514.00
,-,.
C' J~
2.00
1.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
Northern C.l. & V .S. 930636
Enrolment on October 31 , 2011
Enrolment on March 31 , 2012
Students under 21
21 vrs of aqe and older
Students under 21
21 rs of aqe and older
Full-time
Part-time
Full-time
Part-time
Full-time
Part-time
Full-time
Part-time
F.T.E.
#Students
F.T.E.
#Students
#Students
F.T.E.
#Students
F.T.E.
11 .00
1,113.00
22 .00
21 .00
9.50
1,064.00
1.00
1.00
2.00
1,116.00
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
Resident
Native
Govl Ont.
Visa
Totals
o "'""' ... _...,,,,
Enrolment on October 31 , 2011
Students under 21
21 vrs of aqe and older
Full-time
Part-time
Full-time
Part-time
#Students
F.T .E.
#Students
F.T.E.
346.00
1.00
0.50
...
...
22.00
,~_
~~-
r:
11.00
1.00
1.00
f~
"~'·'f!:'..!K
1.00
1,066.00
···-
.. .... -·-···-· ···- ·
.., ..,
Enrolment on October 31, 2011
Students under 21
21 yrs of aqe and older
Full-time
Part-time
Full-time
Part-time
#Students
F.T.E.
F.T.E.
#Students
246.00
1.00
0.50
21 .00
2.00
269.00
1.00
0.50
0.00
0.00
0.00
1.00
,.
'',•...:
0.50
:
'
1.00
<.·:•r,!~
22 .00
10.00
1.00
0.00
0.00
------
Enrolment on March 31, 2012
Students under 21
21 rs of aqe and older
Full-time
Part-time
Full-time
Part-time
#Students
F.T.E.
#Students
F.T.E.
244.00
1.00
0.25
20 .00
2.00
266.00 - - - _ _1_._0Q_
L_ __
0~25__
0.00
0.00
0.00
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
LKDSB Secondary Enrolment 2011-12
2
FINAL June 28, 201 2
APPENDIX C-2012
A.D.E.
762.00
751 .25
757 .00
741.50
746.38
Tot. Stds .
F.T.E.
Tot. Stds .
F.T.E.
. . ............
... ... .., . ..,v
302.00
302 .00
297 .00
297.00
Tot. Stds .
F.T.E.
Tot . Stds .
F.T.E.
hF~t
......-.
.. .......
788.00
787 .50
757 .00
755.50
Tot. Stds .
F.T.E.
Tot. Stds .
F.T.E.
.--.
D",!f.E. · -; T~
St. Clair S. S. 944416
Enrolment on March 31, 2012
Enrolment on October 31, 2011
Students under 21
21 yrs of age and older
Students under 21
21 rs of age and older
Full-time
Part-time
Full-time
Part-time
Full-time
Part-time
Full-time
Part-time
F.T.E.
F.T.E.
#Students
F.T.E.
#Students
F.T.E.
#Students
#Students
12.50
21 .00
10.25
694.00
28 .00
700.00
25.00
31 .00
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
Resident
Native
Gov\ Ont.
Visa
Totals
9.00
740.00
21 .00
1.00
1.00
10.25
0.00
... .... ........
.,
""' .
Enrolment on October 31, 2011
Students under 21
21 vrs of ooe and older
Full-time
Part-time
Full-time
Part-time
F.T.E.
F.T.E.
#Students
#Students
302.00
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
Resident
Native
Gov\ Ont.
Visa
--·
Totals
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
Resident
Native
Gov\ Ont.
Visa
-
Totals
LKDSB Secondary Enrolment 2011 -12
~'
.':-"1>
302 .00
.... Jr. ~,
.\.._:~~-'
0.00
0.00
'
10.00
729.00
0.00
28 .00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
-
Enrolment on March 31 , 2012
Students under 21
21 rs of ooe and older
Full-time
Part-time
Full-time
Part-time
#Students
F.T.E.
#Students
F.T.E.
297.00
,.-.:>
.'
0.00
12.50
0.00
297.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
··-··-----· -·-·-· __ ,.. __ .
Enrolment on October 31, 2011
21 yrs of ooe and older
Students under 21
Full-time
Part-time
Full-time
Part-time
F.T.E.
#Students
F.T.E.
#Students
657.00
1.00
0.50
130.00
, ,-.;;,;;_'
787.00
1.00
_,;
..
0.50
Enrolment on March 31 , 2012
Students under 21
21 rs of age and older
Part-time
Full-time
Part-time
Full-time
F.T.E.
F.T.E.
#Students
#Students
2.00
1.00
627.00
127.00
1.00
0.50
.:li
0.00
0.00
0.00
3
''<A,}"' ...
754.00
.'
~,
3.00
1.50
0.00
0.00
0.00
FINAL June 28, 201 2
APPENDIX C-2012
A.D.E.
8,827 .00
8,802 .00
8,494.00
8,457 .65
8629.83
Tot. Stds .
F.T.E.
Tot. Stds .
F.T.E.
Lambton KentS
2011/March 31,2012 E ................ u Ac •""""'~
"'""''' darv School Octob
Enrolment on October 31, 2011
Enrolment on March 31,2012
21 yrs of aQe and older
21 rs of aQe and older
Students under 21
Students under 21
Full-time
Part-time
Full-time
Part-time
Full-time
Full-time
Part-time
Part-time
F.T .E.
F.T.E.
#Students
F.T.E.
#Students
F.T.E.
#Students
#Students
49.00
24.00
10.00
0.00
0.00
8,134.00
64.00
28.65
2.00
0.00
0.00
8.463.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
255.00
1.00
0.50
0.00
0.00
0.00
266.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
36.00
0.00
3.00
0.00
0.00
36.00
0.00
1.00
0.50
1.00
0.00
0.00
8,765 .00
49.00
24.00
13.00
0.00
0.00
8,425.00
29.65
3.00
66,00
0.00
-·. O.jl()
..-.
Oct. 31
Oct. 31
Mar. 31
Mar. 31
Resident
Native
Gov\ Ont.
Visa
Totals
SUMMARY:
Oct. 31/2011
Mar. 31/2012
LKDSB Secondary Enrolment 2011-12
Students under 21
8.463.00 (FtJI-time)
24.00 (Part-time)
8,487 .00 F.T.E.
Students under 21
8,134.00 (FtJI-time)
28.65 (Part-time)
8,162.65 F.T.E.
4
'OIIJ
~!Ud!!n!i QV!!r 21
Other Pupils
266.00 Native
0.00 Native
36.00 Visa
0.00 Visa
302.00 F.T.E.
(FtJI-time)
(Part-time)
(FtJI-time)
(Part-time)
Other Pupils
255.00 Native
0.50 Native
36.00 Visa
0.50 Visa
292.00 F.T.E.
(FtJI-time)
(Part-time)
(FtJI-time)
(Part-time)
Qlh!!r Pupili
10.00 (FtJI-time) 3.00 (Full-time)
0.00 (Part-time)
10.00 F.T.E.
3.00 F.T.E.
Students over 21
Other Pupils
2.00 (FtJI-time) 1.00 (Full-time)
0.00 (Part-time) 0.00 (Part-time)
2.00 F.T.E.
1.00 F.T.E.
FINAL June 28, 2012
APPENDIX D-2012
Relationship of September 2012 Enrolment to School Capacity for the Lambton Kent District School Board
Elementary Schools
A.A. Wright (FDK-Yr 3)
Aberarder Central
BosanQuet Central (FDK-Yr 3)
Bridgeview
Brigden (FDK-Yr 1)
Briqht's Grove
Brooke Central
Cathcart Boulevard
Colonel Cameron (FDK-Yr 1)
Confederation Central
D.A. Gordon (FDK-Yr 1)
Dawn-Euphemia (FDK-Yr 3)
Dresden ACS CFDK-Yr 3)
East Lambton Elementary
Errol Road
Errol Village (FDK-Yr 3)
Grand Bend
Gregory Drive
H.W. Burgess (FDK-Yr 3)
Hanna Memorial (FDK-Yr 3)
Harwich-Raleigh
High Park
Ecole Hillcrest
Indian Creek
John N. Given
King George VI-Chatham
King George VI-Sarnia
OTG
Caoacitv
259
201
296
251
271
326
386
440
328
305
401
237
532
331
417
178
158
372
259
362
570
483
213
602
328
306
348
Sep.2012
%Full
217.00
136.50
163.00
151 .50
227.00
324 .00
276 .00
391 .50
228.00
198.50
174.00
136.00
382.00
188.50
352 .50
174.00
180.50
247 .50
226.00
234.00
407.50
358.00
190.50
430.50
239.50
268.00
250.50
83.78%
67.91%
55.07%
60.36%
83.76%
99.39%
71 .50%
88.98%
69.51%
65.08%
43.39%
57.38%
71 .80%
56.95%
84.53%
97.75%
114.24%
66.53%
87.26%
64.64%
71.49%
74.12%
89.44%
71 .51%
73.02%
87.58%
71 .98%
Total Vacant
Spaces
42 .00
64.50
133.00
99 .50
44.00
2.00
110.00
48.50
100.00
106.50
227.00
101 .00
150.00
142.50
64 .50
4.00
-22 .50
124.50
33 .00
128.00
162.50
125.00
22 .50
171 .50
88.50
38 .00
97 .50
Elementary Schools
Kinnwood Central
Lake road
Lambton Central Centennial
Lansdowne (FDK-Yr 3)
London Road
McNaughton Avenue
Merlin Area (FDK-Yr 3)
Mooretown-Courtright (FDK-Yr 2)
Naahii Ridae PS CFDK-Yr 3)
P.E. McGibbon (FDK-Yr 1)
Queen Elizabeth 11-Chatham
Queen Elizabeth II - Petrolia
Queen Elizabeth 11-Sarnia (FDK-Yr 1)
Ridgetown DHS-Gr 7 & 8
Riverview
Rosedale (FDK-Yr 2)
Sir John Moore Community
South Plympton Central (FDK-Yr 3)
Tecumseh (FDK-Yr 3)
Thamesville Area CFDK-Yr 3)
TilburyArea{FDK-Yr 2)
Victor Lauriston (FDK-Yr 1)
W .J. Baird
Wheatley Area (FDK-Yr 1)
Winston Churchill
Wyoming
Z:one Township(FQK-Y_r1)
OTG
Caa_acitv
302
371
340
339
259
687
259
256
360
518
416
259
421
92
248
463
472
132
551
193
391
473
279
351
363
213
213
Sep.2012
%Full
241 .00
170.50
221 .50
316.00
154.50
567.50
184.00
123.00
310.00
467.00
303.00
328.00
349.00
92 .00
176.50
439.00
383.00
127.00
404.00
158.00
418.00
369.00
189.00
246.00
250 .00
134.00
157.00
79 .80%
45 .96%
65 .15%
93 .22%
59.65%
82 .61%
71 .04%
48 .05%
86 .11%
90.15%
72 .84%
126.64%
82 .90%
100.00%
71.17%
94.82%
81 .14%
96.21%
73.32%
81 .87%
106.91%
78.01%
67.74%
70.09%
68.87%
62.91%
73.71%
FDK Yr 1-201 0-11 , FDK Yr 2-2011-12 , FDK Yr 3-2012-13
Summa
Secondary Schools
Alexander Mackenzie
Blenheim District H.S .
Chatham-Kent S.S .
John McGregor S.S.
Lambton Central C.V.I.
Lambton-Kent Composite
North Lambton S.S.
Northern C .l. & V.S.
*Ridqetown District H.S.
Sarnia Colleqiate I. & T.S.
St. Clair S.S.
Tilbury D.H .S.
Wallaceburg D.S .S.
OTG
Capacity
Sept. 2012
%Full
816
738
1470
834
1218
714
705
1407
495
1050
1197
525
1185
506.00
446.50
1106.50
831.25
941.00
321.00
520.25
1107.00
252.50
736.00
771.25
306.00
765.50
62 .01%
60.50%
75.27%
99.67%
77.26%
44.96%
73.79%
78.68%
51 .01%
70.10%
64.43%
58.29%
64.60%
Total Vacant
Spaces
310.00
291 .50
363.50
2 .75
277.00
393.00
184.75
300.00
242 .50
314.00
425.75
219.00
419.50
*Wing designated to Grade 7 & 8 student population not calculated in vacant spaces
2012 Enrolment to School C
*Note: The (-)negative number in the ''Total Vacant Space" column
indicates schools that are over capacity.
Board Facility Utilization
73.66%
(based on current FDK students being counted as fulltime students
for capacity purposes)
Total Vacant
Spaces
61 .00
200.50
118.50
23 .00
104.50
119.50
75 .00
133.00
50.00
51.00
113.00
-69.00
72 .00
0.00
71 .50
24.00
89.00
5.00
147.00
35.00
-27.00
104.00
90.00
105.00
113.00
79.00
56.00
APPENDIX E-2012
Lambton Kent District School Board Out of Boundary Students as of September 2012
Elementary Schools
A.A. Wright
Aberarder
Bosanquet
Bridgeview
Brigden
Bright's Grove
Brooke Central
Cathcart
Colonel Cameron
Confederation Central
D.A. Gordon
Dawn-Euphemia
Dresden Area Central
East Lambton Elementary
Errol Road
Errol Village
Grand Bend
Gregory Drive
H.W . Burgess
Hanna Memorial
Harwich-Raleigh
High Park
Hillcrest
Indian Creek
John N. Given
King George VI-Chatham
King George VI-Sarnia
Subtotal
# Students out
of Boundarv
2
3
4
26
9
4
12
15
11
13
6
0
5
4
21
19
3
7
4
38
21
13
0
15
10
9
12
286
Elementary Schools
# Students out
of Boundarv
Tilbury Area
Victor Lauriston
W .J. Baird
Wheatley Area
Winston Churchill
Wyoming
Zone Township
Subtotal
6
22
14
15
29
36
8
0
4
31
7
1
34
4
4
23
25
0
10
38
11
34
0
1
13
0
6
376
Grand Total Elementary
662
Kinnwood Central
Lakeroad
Lam bton Centennial
Lansdowne
London Road
McNaughton Avenue
Merlin Area
Mooretown
Naahii Ridge
P.E. McGibbon
Queen Elizabeth 11-Chatham
Queen Elizabeth II - Petrolia
Queen Elizabeth 11-Sarnia
Ridgetown DHS-Gr. 7 & 8
Riverview
Rosedale
Sir John Moore Community
South Plympton Central
Tecumseh
Thamesville Area
Secondary Schools
Alexander Mackenzie
Blenheim District H.S.
Chatham-Kent S.S.
John McGregor S.S.
Lambton Central C.V.I.
Lam bton-Kent Composite
North Lambton S.S.
Northern C.l. & V.S.
Ridgetown District H.S.
Sarnia Collegiate I. & T.S.
St. Clair S.S.
Tilbury D.H.S.
Wallaceburg D.S.S.
Grand Total Secondary
# Students out
of Boundary
0 ....
10
162
94
91
15
6
219
3
76
136
15
22
849
""
Not Applicable
Vocational School
Students attend
from all of
Lambton County
N
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Lambton Kent District School Board Enrolment Projections
Enrolment Projections
AA Wright
259
JK-FDK
SK-FDK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
GR.&
GR.7
GR.8
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
273
JK-FDK
SK-FDK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
GR.&
GR.7
GR.8
SPEC.
Totals
*F.T.E .
17
18
22
28
21
24
19
26
22
24
12
233
215.50
I
20
21
17
16
15
20
21
17
21
21
20
22
22
25
22
24
21
21
25
23
7
7
211
217
192.50
217.00
Enrolment Projections
Bosanquet Central
I·
I
JK-FDK
SK-FDK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
GR.6
GR.7
GR.8
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
I
·I
I
0 ct · 2009 !i •o ct · 2010 ·! 0 c t · 2011 !i Sep t · 2012 !i
17
22
10
20
13
14
21
17
12
20
!
166
146.50
i
j
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!
20
18
23
10
19
12
16
20
21
13
172
153.50
16
20
15
20
10
19
13
14
19
19
I
!·
13
17
18
15
22
11
18
14
15
20
165
163
147.00 i 163.00
Enrolment Projections
Brigden
i
271
Enrolment Projections
Aberarder Central
0 ct. 2009 0 ct · 2010 0 c t · 2011 ii Sep t · 2012 ii
17
19
29
18
23
17
25
19
27
16
7
217
199.00
I
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I
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Oct. 2009 Oct. 2010 Oct. 2011 i Sept. 2012 i
24
15
16
19
30
19
29
19
29
26
27
24
15
17
19
28
20
27
18
30
19
27
26
18
15
18
27
19
28
16
226
206.50
225
225.00
213
213.00
I
!·
I
21
21
28
30
21
15
19
27
18
27
227
227.00
APPENDIX F-2012
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Proj .
:201~
20
21
20
19
16
20
23
23
23
18
7
210
210 .00
Proj .
2013
17
14
18
18
15
21
12
18
12
16
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:2014
20
21
21
21
17
17
21
23
23
22
7
213
213.00
Proj .
2014
16
18
14
18
19
16
19
13
18
12
i
161
161 .00
Proj.
2013
20
23
20
26
28
15
15
19
26
19
211
211 .00
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163
163.00
Proj.
2014
23
21
23
20
25
27
14
15
19
24
211
211.00
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:2016
20
19
21
18
22
21
21
20
21
17
18
19
16
17
21
16
22
21
22
21
7
7
211
196
211.00 1 196.00
Proj .
2015
16
17
18
16
17
18
16
19
12
18
167
167.00
Proj.
2015
22
25
20
25
20
25
27
13
14
19
210
210.00
!
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2016
17
18
19
16
16
16
19
16
20
12
169
169.00
Proj.
2016
21
23
23
20
24
21
25
26
18
15
216
216.00
201
JK
SK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
GR.&
GR.7
GR.8
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
251
JK
SK
G R.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
GR.&
GR.7
GR.8
SPEC.•
Totals
*F.T.E.
326
JK
SK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
GR.6
GR.7
GR.8
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
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0 t 2009 0 t 2010 0 t 2011 S
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c ·
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ep ·
i
c ·
9
19
18
19
17
16
20
17
14
19
11
8
18
15
18
15
16
21
14
15
17
11
9
19
16
18
17
18
20
14
168
154.00
151
141.50
159
145.00
7
18
12
7
19
15
18
15
18
20
I
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!
!
!
!
!
I
!
!
19
18
16
12
13
19
13
11
21
19
15
176
156.00
Oct. 2009 Oct. 2010
?01~
13
9
17
13
8
21
16
19
15
16
i
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Proj .
?014
13
14
10
15
12
8
21
16
19
15
149
! 147
143
136.50 j 147.00 1 143.00
Enrolment Proj ections
Bridgeview
•o t 2009 ! 0 t 2010 0 t 2011 ! S t 2012 !
c ·
· c ·
c ·
i ep ·
i
14
15
11
12
19
13
13
19
17
16
15
164
148.50
Proj.
!
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2014
I
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!
!
!
!
I
!
Proj .
?01!i
12
14
13
10
15
12
10
21
15
19
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Proj.
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13
14
15
14
10
17
14
11
21
16
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141
145
141 .00 1 145.00
!
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2015
!
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!
!
!
!
I
I
I
I
I
I
29
24
30
44
36
34
33
27
37
32
23
28
28
34
45
40
34
33
29
34
30
24
30
28
34
43
43
32
32
32
37
37
27
31
31
35
52
48
31
32
26
39
37
27
31
29
32
52
48
34
326
299.50
328
302.50
328
301.00
361
324.00
355
355.00
I
I
28
27
38
35
28
32
29
33
52
48
350
350 .00
I
I
29
30
29
38
36
28
33
29
33
52
337
337.00
I
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!
I
!
I
!
!
I
JK
SK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
GR.&
GR.7
GR.8
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
Proj .
2016
13
I 17
16
19
16
16
j
14
18
20
21
20
18
14
i 18 ! 20
!
20
j 19
19
j 15 j 18
15
18
19
19
15
14
i 15
18
i 19 i 18
13
~
11
15
~
18
~
20
17
i 12
11
i 15 i 20
14
18
12
11
16
13
j 12
17
j 12 j 13
11
i 15
15
i 15 i 13
166
! 169
174
181
190
151 .50 j 169.00
174.00
181 .00
190.00
Enrolment Projections
Bright's Grove
Proj . i Proj . i Proj . i
roJ.
Oct. 2011 Sept. 2012
i
i
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2013
2014
2015
16
20
22
15
11
13
19
13
14
21
14
178
160.00
!
!
!
Proj.
2013
i
i
28
31
33
29
38
34
29
35
32
35
324
324.00
JK
SK
G R.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
GR.&
GR.7
GR.8
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
JK
SK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
GR.6
GR.7
GR.8
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
APP ENDIX F-2012 REPORT
Lambton Kent District School Board Enrolment Projections
Enrolment Proj ections
Brooke Central
I
386
JK
SK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
GR.6
GR.7
GR.8
SPEC.
Totals
*F.T.E.
328
JK-FDK
SK-FDK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
GR.6
GR.7
GR.8
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
401
JK-FDK
SK-FDK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
GR.6
GR.7
GR.8
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
l
28
33
35
28
47
34
33
32
40
35
31
30
33
37
26
39
33
31
32
39
345
314.50
331
300.50
i
!
255
230 .50
21
29
20
22
28
26
13
32
24
!
232
232.00
!
!
22
16
29
25
23
15
22
19
24
22
217
217.00
306
282.00
I
Sept. 2012 1
24
20
19
33
24
17
24
33
20
14
222
228
222.00
228.00
Enrolment Projections
D.A. Gordon
Oct. 2009 Oct. 2010 Oct. 2011
15
27
25
23
17
25
18
23
22
31
9
235
214.00
25
23
31
32
29
32
39
23
39
33
26
16
27
24
16
22
28
20
12
31
17
i
24
30
30
26
30
39
20
36
33
35
318
303
286.00
276.00
Enrolment Projections
Colonel Cameron
i
i
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Proj.
2o13
:
31
33
30
31
39
21
39
33
32
29
Oct. 2009 ! Oct. 2010 Oct. 2011
29
20
15
23
31
25
15
34
24
39
j Sept. 2012 l
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Oct. 2009 Oct. 2010 Oct. 2011
12
26
15
20
25
22
16
24
18
26
204
204.00
230
230 .00
! Sept. 2012 !
!
I
!
16
12
19
12
20
21
16
13
27
18
174
174.00
Proj .
2013
25
21
22
18
31
24
16
21
31
21
.
I"
Proj.
2013
14
18
14
21
12
22
21
18
16
26
182
182.00
I
I
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Proj.
2014
!
28
29
25
31
32
29
32
41
22
40
l
309
309.00
I
I
!
I
i
!
!
I
Proj.
2014
27
25
21
25
i
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I
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I
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I
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!
l
i
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I
'
17
i
l
i
!
26
24
16
19
31
298
298.00
Proj.
2014
13
17
20
15
21
12
22
24
18
16
178
178.00
I
j
!
i
i
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!
!
1i
17
16
18
19
17
21
13
22
24
19
186
186.00
28
30
26
26
22
25
16
25
26
17
241
241 .00
224
224.00.
Proj.
2015
roJ.
2016
I
I
i
I
•
I
440
JK
SK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
GR.6
GR.7
GR.8
SPEC.
295
~Totals
295.00 F.T.E.
I
28
28
24
20
24
17
l
26
27
27
32
22
31
32
30
30
38
'
Pro] .
2015
25
24
15
19
Proj .
2016
i
28
29
30
24
32
32
29
32
41
21
i
231
231 .00
i
Proj.
2015
l'roJ.
2016
15
20
19
19
21
16
23
14
21
22
1305
JK
SK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
GR.6
GR.?
GR.8
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
1237
JK-FDK
SK-FDK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
GR.6
GR.7
GR.8
ISPEC.
190
Totals
190.00 F.T.E.
Page 2
APPENDIX F-2012
Enrolment Projections
Cathcart Blvd.
!
!
!
! Proj . i Proj.
Oct. 2009 1Oct. 2010 Oct. 2011 1Sept. 2012 1
1
2013
2014
45
34
38
38
46
39
42
46
37
44
40
38
47
43
39
46
38
36
41
40
47
38
46
38
43
41
46
48
49
38
41
52
48
38
48
48
43
41
49
42
40
49
57
43
49
45
48
42
65
60
46
51
44
45
44
71
45
62
47
51
i
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Proj .
2016
Proj.
2015
36
39
41
42
42
38
40
46
49
40
43
38
43
45
41
41
40
48
52
40
435 .,
432 .,
433
417
427
391 .50
394.00
432.00
417.00
427.00
Enrolment Projections
Confederation
Proj . i Proj . , l'roJ.
Oct. 2009 I Oct. 2010 ! Oct. 2011 i Sept. 2012 1 ~~~jj
2016
2014 i 2015
24
17
22
20
21
18
20
20
17
23
21
14
22
23
22
23
'
24
'
24
18
23
23
24
24
16
26
14
26
19
25
22
23
22
25
24
31
25
25
19
25
18
24
32
20
26
15
26
19
21
32
26
29
20
22
15
26
17
27
32
23
25
19
22
15
30
30
30
45
29
16
19
23
24
27
43
27
25
31
23
20
30
465
421 .50
482
440.00
458
422.00
I
!
I
I
270
251 .00
272
252.00
Oct. 2009 Oct. 2010
10
12
14
7
12
14
14
18
15
16
132
121.00
12
7
14
14
7
15
16
17
19
14
135
125.50
228
208.50
219
i
220
198.50 i 220.00
Enrolment Projections
Dawn-Euphemia
Proj .
Oct. 2011 Sept. 2012
2013
19
11
9
11
19
12
8
11
i 18
14
12
12
14
12
13
14
5
16
16
14
8
17
16
8
17
15
14
16
20
18
I
139
124.00
136
136.00
I
JK
SK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
GR.6
GR.?
GR.8
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
223
223.00
218
218.00
Proj .
2014
Proj.
2015
11
12
12
18
12
11
13
14
I
i
8
11
10
12
12
18
13
11
13
15
8
16
•
I
I
•
227
227.00
JK
SK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
GR.6
GR.7
GR.8
ISPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
l'roJ.
2016
12
13
12
12
13
20
13
9
15
15
JK
SK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
GR.6
GR.7
GR.8
.
134
134.00
.
ISPEC.
Totals
127
123
134
127.00 1 123.00 1 134.00 F.T.E.
APPENDI X F-2012 REPORT
Lambton Kent District School Board Enrolment Projections
Enrolment Projections
Dresden Area Central
532
JK-FDK
SK-FDK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
GR.6
GR.7
GR.8
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E .
417
JK
SK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
GR.6
GR.7
GR.8
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
158
JK
SK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
GR.6
GR.7
GR.8
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
I
Oct. 2009 ! Oct. 2010 Oct. 2011
!
29
33
28
34
34
42
32
33
33
36
39
35
38
29
34
34
43
36
29
33
334
303.00
350
313.00
41
31
31
26
40
36
40
32
33
45
16
371
335.00
:
37
41
37
40
27
38
37
48
44
35
:
31
40
40
36
41
25
40
38
50
41
384
382
345.00
382.00
Enrolment Projections
Errol Road
Oct. 2009 ! Oct. 2010 Oct. 2011
32
32
36
38
38
39
34
32
46
43
15
385
353.00
!Sept. 2012 !
I
397
397.00
'
i Sept. 2012 j
22
13
21
30
14
16
14
17
18
17
18
22
16
22
30
12
15
16
19
16
18
16
26
15
21
31
14
15
16
21
15
17
25
17
25
29
14
17
15
19
178
161 .00
186
167.00
190
169.00
200
180.50
i
i
I
Proj.
2014
40
43
45
43
44
37
40
28
37
37
1
394
394.00
!
Proj.
2014
37
35
37
41
45
34
31
27
39
40
10
j
i
Proj.
2015
I
42
43
43
44
43
44
37
38
28
36
~
!
!
i
!
!
i
!
11
398
398.00
!
Proj.
2015
i
Proj.
2016
!
I
36
41
44
39
41
43
46
38
42
28
i
i
!
i
!
!
!
i
I
1
398
398.00
I
Proj .
2013
16
25
19
26
15
21
30
15
14
15
196
196.00
i
I
I
!
i
I
'
Proj.
2014
15
18
25
19
25
15
20
29
14
14
194
194.00
i
I
!
I
1 1
!
i
Proj.
2015
16
16
18
24
20
25
14
20
28
14
195
195.00
331
JK
SK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
GR.6
GR.7
GR.8
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
!
Proj.
2016
41
38
37
39
37
37
39
37
37
41
39
45
43
33
28
30
31
27
27
41
10
•
•
10
•
371
381
376
376
345.50
376.00
376.00
371 .00
Proj.
2013
35
36
41
46
34
31
28
39
40
41
10
Sept. 2012
39
32
46
41
32
49
31
33
29
35
41
28
39
41
42
43
36
41
34
37
10
9
389
379
352.50
336.50
nrolment Projections
Grand Bend
Oct. 2009 i Oct. 2010 i Oct. 2011
Proj.
2013
40
43
42
43
38
40
28
38
37
48
!
i
I
Proj.
2016
18
17
17
18
22
21
26
14
22
29
204
204.00
178
JK-FDK
SK-FDK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
GR.6
GR.7
GR.8
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
372
JK
SK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
GR.6
GR.7
GR.8
SPEC.
Totals
*F.T.E.
Page 3
APPENDIX F-2012
Enrolment Projections
East Lambton Elementary School
'
;
i Proj . i Proj .
Oct. 2009 Oct. 2010 ~ Oct. 2011 Sept. 2012 ! 2013 ! 2014
j
27
19
19
21
31
23
17
18
28
18
13
26
19
20
21
29
23
18
19
29
18
14
24
18
19
27
32
22
18
25
16
25
14
22
16
20
24
32
21
19
I
1
!
i
!
i
!
!
!
!
22
18
25
14
25
20
21
24
30
23
!
2o9
1 222
i
188.50 ~ 222.00
Enrolment Projections
Errol Village
1
!
! Proj.
Oct. 2009! Oct. 2010 i; Oct. 2011 ! Sept. 20 12 ! 2013
221
198.00
211
197.50
1
211
201.00
.
9
22
17
19
21
14
21
21
22
22
15
10
22
19
19
23
15
23
24
23
188
172.50
193
180.50
~
11
16
12
23
18
22
22
13
23
26
.
17
12
16
13
23
17
20
21
13
22
I
11
19
15
17
12
22
20
20
22
14
174
172
174.00
172.00
Enrolment Projections
G J"E!9<>IY_ 0 rive
l
l
!
! Proj .
Oct. 2009 j *Oct. 2010 j Oct. 2011 i Sept. 2012 i 2013
25
21
26
18
33
23
37
38
32
36
289
266.00
i
279
256.50
20
18
34
28
26
14
33
28
38
38
!
i
277
258.00
20
23
18
34
30
26
16
35
28
39
!
i
269
247.50
!
i
Proj .
2015
i
!
Proj.
2016
22
22
18
24
15
26
19
21
24
31
23
23
23
19
23
15
25
19
21
25
20
24
22
25
19
20
14
24
18
19
222
222.00
216
216.00
2os
205.00
Proj .
! 2014
I
!
Proj .
! 2015
!
i
!
i
12
22
20
21
21
17
11
21
20
20
22
170
170.00
160
160.00
158
158.00
Proj .
2014
!
i
Proj .
2015
!
i
JK
SK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
GR.6
GR.7
GR.8
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E .
Proj .
2016
.
186
172.50
17
30
26
24
15
32
25
39
36
35
!
i
j
!
JK
SK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
GR.6
GR.7
GR.8
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
Proj .
2016
21
21
23
18
34
27
26
16
35
30
21
21
24
23
19
33
27
26
16
33
20
23
23
24
23
19
32
27
25
16
22
21
23
25
26
25
19
34
30
26
251
251.00
243
243.00
232
232.00
251
251 .00
JK
SK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
GR.6
GR.7
GR.8
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
APPENDI X F-20 12 REPORT
Lambton Kent District School Board Enrolment Projections
259
JK-FDK
SK-FDK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
GR.6
GR.7
GR.8
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
570
JK
SK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
GR.6
GR.7
GR.8
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
213
JK
SK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
GR.6
GR.7
GR.8
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
Enrolment Projections
H. W . Burgess
•
I
:
Proj .
Oct. 2009 ! Oct. 2010 ! Oct. 2011 1 Sept. 2012 j
2013
23
26
18
24
18
27
21
25
25
22
22
27
27
20
23
25
23
30
28
19
29
21
21
24
23
24
26
19
22
23
19
20
25
25
18
19
24
24
24
22
29
27
19
20
22
19
I
18
23
26
30
Enrolment Projections
Hanna Memorial
!
I
I
!
I
I
j
!
I
Proj .
2014
24
25
22
24
24
30
24
20
21
19
!
i
Proj .
2015
25
26
23
22
23
25
30
25
20
20
Proj .
2016
20
19
20
22
22
19
27
28
26
21
1362
JK-FDK
SK-FDK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
GR.6
GR.7
GR.8
SPEC.
224
Totals
224.00 F.T.E.
'
233
226
239
232
225
233.00
210.50
225.00
226.00
239.00
Enrolment Projections
Harwich-Raleigh
Proj. ! Proj . ! Proj . ! Proj .
'
Oct . 2009 ! Oct. 2010 Oct. 2011 Sept. 2012
2014 i 2015 i 2016 1483
2o13
39
JK
43
36
37
36
40
39
39
41
SK
55
40
46
43
44
39
39
46
GR.1
49
39
42
!
!
45
40
43
46
41
GR.2
47
51
42
44
49
41
42
GR.3
52
43
! 42 i 40
48
49
49
38
47
GR.4
56
48
45
38
! 42 ! 43
49
40
GR.5
48
50
56
45
37
47
48
47
! 45 ! 36
GR.6
46
50
46
60
51
43
GR.7
49
47
45
59
52
49
40
42
GR.8
47
38
48
56
42
47
53
SPEC.
i
!
411
Totals
487
486
476
445
433
437
426
441 .50
433.00
407 .50
395.00
437.00
426.00
411 .00 F.T.E.
444.50
nrolment Proj ections
Ecole Hillcrest (Single Track Fl JK-8 2011)
lot2011
! s t2012 ! Pro] . ! Proj. l Proj. ! Proj.
Oct. 2009 Ot201o
1
c ·
c ·
i ep ·
i 2013 I 2014 i 2015 i 2016 1602
JK
28
28
62
42
:
35
36
28
29
SK
72
I
8
35
36
29
68
30
i
29
GR.1
35
65
71
40
10
36
29
GR.2
68
I
26
36
8
35
36
52
35
! 32
GR.3
7
50
54
29
26
35
33
GR.4
34
7
17
30
23
33
! 7
16
17
28
22
GR.5
21
! 31
GR.6
26
15
16
16
19
GR.7
8
15
14
14
22
12
13
! 20
GR.8
7
5
12
SPEC.
257
Totals
297
201
226
253
307
243
243.00
253.00
257 .00 F.T.E.
250.00 1 179.50
190.50
232.00
233
208.50
242
215.50
l
I
i
I
I
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!
I
!
I
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l
!
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Oct. 2009 ! Oct. 2010 ! Oct. 2011 ! Sept. 2012 !
25
24
15
20
25
30
30
~
19
26
23
17
22
24
26
22
20
28
20
15
23
26
~
n
n
~
~
~
14
253
228.50
15
247
224.50
17
239
218 .00
404
353.50
407
353.00
Oct. 2009 i Oct. 2010
39
39
45
32
46
55
44
69
67
69
17
522
483.00
34
41
43
48
37
48
56
46
66
69
21
509
471.50
i
Proj .
2014
~
~
i
Proj .
i 2015
I
i
i
I
!
i
Proj .
2014
55
56
51
50
52
46
41
40
33
33
432
405
457
380.00
457.00
358 .00
Enrolment Projections
Indian Creek Road
Proj . ! Proj .
Oct. 2011 i Sept. 2012 1
2013 i 2014
40
40
33
50
43
51
39
31
50
42
37
33
34
43
47
47
46
45
50
46
46
45
34
52
50
46
49
35
34
49
58
53
49
49
34
58
64
49
58
46
20
20
20
16
471
485
470
455
470.00
430 .50
449.00
455.00
406
347 .50
!
23
23
24
25
22
'
25
23
22
20
23
22
25
25
19
19
16
16
21
21
24
15
15
'
236
232
232.00
236.00
~
!
i
!
23
21
22
20
25
19
16
20
15
231
234
234.00
231.00
Enrolment Projections
H_ig_h Park
Proj .
Oct. 2011 Sept. 2012 ;
;
_j_
2013
54
55
46
50
62
48
52
48
60
45
46
55
41
41
45
43
34
42
40
36
32
26
34
35
26
25
33
25
33
31
Oct. 2009 ! Oct. 2010
54
54
49
48
37
40
32
24
32
37
I
v
v
n
~
n
53
48
52
39
40
31
26
33
43
39
· 20
20
18
27
17
14
22
~~~jj
!
i
II
l
i
Proj.
2015
55
56
53
47
49
52
46
41
40
33
!
i
Proj.
2016
23
25
27
25
22
21
21
27
21
16
15
243
243.00
Proj.
2016
55
57
58
53
48
47
51
46
40
40
JK
SK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
GR.6
GR.7
GR.8
SPEC .
Totals
F.T.E.
495
495.00
JK
SK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
GR.6
GR.7
GR.8
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
Proj.
2016
41
41
43
43
46
.
45
48
48
46
34
33
46
47
45
47
46
46
50
50
36
20
20
'
466
455
466.00
455.00
JK
SK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
GR.6
GR.7
GR.8
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
472
472.00
Proj .
2015
!
i
I
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Lambton Kent District School Board Enrolment Projections
328
JK
SK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
GR.6
GR.7
GR.8
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
348
JK
SK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
GR.6
GR.7
GR.8
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
371
JK
SK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
GR.6
GR.7
GR.8
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
Enrolment Projections
John N. Given
I
: S
Oct. 2009 Oct. 20 10 i 0 ct. 20 11 1 ept. 2012
20
20
22
29
21
13
23
27
47
49
21
22
23
22
28
14
14
25
51
!
271
251 .00
268
246.50
!!
!
48
!
I
!
I
I1
l
j
I
24
25
20
22
24
28
16
14
50
49
312
285.00
24
23
33
32
27
36
31
31
37
35
309
285.50
25
24
26
18
25
26
22
17
33
48
18
27
26
23
20
23
24
24
52
35
272
264
247 .50
239.50
Enrolment rej ections
King George VI-Sarn ia
Oct. 2009 Oct. 2010 Oct. 2011
22
32
33
31
31
26
30
36
32
39
Proj .
2013
33
22
24
30
33
30
38
31
29
35
j
l Sept.
;
!
I
j
j
I
j
I
j
~
2012
20
29
18
25
31
29
32
35
32
24
!l
305
275
277.50
250.50
Enrolment Projections
Lakeroad
~
I
Oct. 2009 Oct. 2010 Oct. 2011
Sept. 2012
8
19
8
20
18
25
20
21
20
24
18
9
19
9
20
18
27
21
21
19
21
15
8
22
8
20
19
26
23
21
18
21
17
8
23
10
23
20
26
24
183
169.50
181
167.50
183
165.00
190
170.50
272
249.50
j
1
I
Proj .
2013
24
22
30
24
26
32
31
29
38
31
i
287
287.00
l
i
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2013
15
19
20
17
9
22
8
22
20
26
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2014
I
20
20
27
26
23
21
23
24
56
50
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I
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i
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l
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290
290.00
Proj.
2014
27
28
22
32
24
25
32
31
29
38
288
288.00
Proj .
2014
15
15
16
18
17
10
19
8
22
20
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Proj .
2015
21
22
21
27
24
22
21
21
60
56
295
295.00
Proj .
2015
29
32
30
23
32
25
25
32
31
28
287
287.00
Proj .
2015
15
16
15
16
18
16
9
18
8
22
I
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Proj .
2016
j
22
23
23
22
25
23
22
18
53
58
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li
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i
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289
289.00
Proj .
2016
30
32
31
32
23
34
22
24
33
33
294
294.00
Proj .
2016
17
16
14
15
18
19
15
9
19
12
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178
160
153
154
178.00 1 160.00 1 153.00 1 154.00
306
JK
SK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
GR.6
GR.7
GR.8
SPEC.
Totals
*F.T.E.
302
JK
SK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
GR.6
GR.7
GR.8
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
340
JK
SK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
GR.6
GR.7
GR.8
SPEC.
Totals
*F.T.E.
PageS
APPENDIX F-2012
Enrolment Projections
King George VI-Chatham
t
I •sept. I Proj. 1 Proj .
0 ct . 2009 0 ct. 2010 0 c · 2011
2012
2013
2014
I
34
40
22
38
24
28
31
32
28
33
25
36
41
27
37
24
25
28
31
29
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23
34
40
25
40
21
28
31
31
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28
26
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29
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28
29
31
30
25
35
40
25
37
21
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2015
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27
33
31
31
29
26
35
38
25
36
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25
25
31
29
29
26
24
35
38
26
li
li
li
293
295
301
311
288
268 .00
295.00
301 .00
311 .00
288.00
Enrolment Projections
Kinnwood Central
is
• Proj. j Proj . ! Proj . j Proj .
0 ct . 2009 0 ct. 2010 0 ct. 2011 l ept. 2012
2013 l 2014 l 2015 l 2016
310
273.00
303
272.50
295
272.50
25
23
33
29
29
25
24
29
24
27
24
27
25
32
27
33
24
25
27
25
28
25
25
24
30
26
33
24
27
29
268
244.00
269
243.50
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.
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27
29
25
25
24
29
25
31
25
29
24
26
27
25
27
26
31
28
32
24
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26
27
28
25
27
26
31
28
33
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271
244.50
I
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25
26
28
26
28
24
26
26
31
28
269
270
276
268
241 .00
245.00
276.00
268.00
Enrolment Projections
Lambton Central Centennial
•
l
S
1 Proj . l Proj. , Proj .
Oct. 2009 · Oct. 2010 0 ct . 2011
ept. 2012 i 2013 i 2014 ! 2015
21
21
30
23
30
29
27
26
34
35
19
21
16
27
24
30
26
27
24
35
19
21
24
17
28
29
29
30
26
24
18
21
19
22
17
28
31
29
29
27
276
255.50
249
229.00
247
227 .00
241
221 .50
l
20
19
24
21
23
17
27
28
30
29
238
238.00
I
I
20
21
23
24
21
22
18
26
27
30
232
232.00
I
I
20
20
23
23
25
21
22
17
26
27
224
224.00
I
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28
27
26
25
24
29
26
28
26
33
272
272.00
JK
SK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
GR.6
GR.7
GR.8
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
JK
SK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
GR.6
GR.7
GR.8
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
Proj.
2016
18
20
19
21
20
23
19
23
16
30
209
209.00
JK
SK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
GR.6
GR.7
GR.8
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
APPENDIX F-2012 REPORT
1
I
I
II
Lambton Kent District School Board Enrolment Projections
Enrolment Projections
Lansdowne
I
•
339
JK-FDK
SK-FDK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.S
GR.6
GR.7
GR.8
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
687
JK
SK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.S
GR.6
GR.7
GR.8
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
j
Oct. 2009 Oct. 2010 Oct. 2011
36
37
39
36
37
35
36
39
41
41
33
40
33
34
34
28
27
31
39
43
377
340.50
342
305.50
I
83
67
70
72
50
71
58
75
56
46
641
569.00
648
573.00
33
33
33
32
31
34
31
23
31
35
Proj .
2013
85
80
85
63
68
75
48
66
38
42
~
69
54
45
56
77
85
82
85
63
70
74
48
40
32
7
132
122.00
13
9
14
7
13
9
14
w
17
130
119.00
14
12
10
15
7
15
10
14
20
16
!
•
133
133.00 1
10
14
12
10
14
9
13
I
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Proj .
2013
12
10
16
11
9
14
7
14
9
9
15
17
123
123.00
I
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116
116.00
Proj .
2014
l
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2015
i
~
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i
i
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!
I
!
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Proj .
2016
36
40
36
34
38
35
35
33
31
35
259
JK
35
SK
35
GR.1
38
! 36 !
GR.2
34
40
GR.3
37
! 34 !
33
i
37
i
GR.4
34
33
GR.S
GR.6
36
34
~
30
i 35 !
GR.7
29
i
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25
;
SPEC.
!
!
!Totals
353
337
351
351 .00
353.00 F.T.E.
337.00
I
i
i
656
575.00 .
Oct . 2009 Od.2~0 j 0d . 2~1 j Sept.2~2 j
13
6
13
9
15
18
20
14
17
I
I
l
630
650
552.50
567.50
Enrolment Projections
Mooretown-Courtright
I
Proj .
2o13
33
37
33
36
35
34
36
30
25
33
332
332.00
! Sept. 2012
73
82
63
67
73
!
256
JK-FDK
SK-FDK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.S
GR.6
GR.7
GR.8
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
;
348
316
311.50
316.00
Enrolment Projections
McNaughton Avenue
Oct . 2009 Oct. 2010 Oct. 2011
70
74
78
56
66
59
70
73
45
50
Enrolment Projections
London Road
i Sept. 2012 !
36
37
29
33
39
34
29
33
37
41
APPENDIX F-2012
Proj.
2014
78
79
83
81
83
63
70
73
22
40
672
672.00
!
!
!
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j
j
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Proj .
2015
81
80
79
80
79
80
64
68
35
22
668
668.00
!
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I
j
Proj .
2016
81
79
76
77
77
72
78
61
28
38
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Oct. 2009 1Oct. 2010 Oct. 2011
0
•
26
15
13
20
20
21
18
16
23
15
12
21
11
14
18
21
20
18
16
25
192
179.50
187
166.50
176
159.50
~Totals
667
667.00 F.T.E.
16
23
13
23
23
17
20
24
22
19
200
180.50
I
•
Oct. 2009 j Oct. 2010
20
18
21
13
23
23
14
18
23
20
i
I
193
174.00
- Ric!s.ev iew Moravian
- Oct.
- Oct.
360
2009
I
I
2010
JK-FDK
22
8
SK-FDK
16
11
23
GR.1
19
9
22
GR.2
28
16
9
28
GR.3
25
11
16
35
25
GR.4
10
11
10
14
32
37
GR.S
21
31
13
GR.6
7
13
22
GR.7
7
30
13
31
GR.8
9
30
4
6
:
:
ISPEC.
251
113
113
115
Totals
255
•
239.00
113.00 1 113.0()_1 115.00 F.T.E.
238.50 I
Proj .
2014
11
13
!
Proj.
201s
12
11
11
!
I
Proj .
2016
10
11
10
13
10
16
14
11
13
7
!
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•
15
17
14
24
11
13
18
19
21
16
17
16
22
14
13
18
19
21
14
17
Proj .
2014
15
14
18
14
25
11
13
18
19
20
171
168
167
154.50
168.00
167.00
Enrolment Proj ections
Merl in Area
!
! Proj . ! Proj .
Oct. 2011 Sept. 2012 ! 2013 ! 2014
!
28
19
17
19
14
22
23
14
20
23
i
I
Sept. 2012 1
•
16
9
17
20
25
21
18
24
16
26
•
259
JK-FDK
SK-FDK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
GR.6
GR.7
GR.8
SPEC.
I
18
26
19
17
17
14
21
20
15
17
22
16
26
21
18
19
12
23
21
15
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!
i
!
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i
21
22
16
25
21
17
18
12
22
20
Proj.
2015
15
16
14
17
14
23
11
13
17
19
159
159.00
Proj.
2015
l
i
I
:
j
!
i
21
22
23
16
24
19
17
18
12
22
199
175.50
184
193
194
194
184.00
193.00
194.00
194.00
Enrolment Projections
Naah ii Ri~ Publ ic School JK toGrljde 6 (2011)
!
! Proj . ! Proj . ! Proj .
Oct. 2011 i Sept. 2012 i 2013 1 2014 I 2015 ;
I
16
38
26
38
38
36
56
48
36
30
46
26
41
38
40
53
296
269.00
310
310 .00
I
I
I
22
36
38
43
27
39
38
40
25
23
43
38
43
26
39
38
283
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275
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i
!
!
!
!
!
23
26
28
40
36
43
27
39
262
262.00
I
:
:
l
Proj .
2016
15
16
16
12
15
12
23
12
14
19
154
154.00
JK
SK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.S
GR.6
GR.7
GR.8
SPEC.
~Totals
F.T.E.
Proj.
2016
18
20
22
21
14
25
19
15
19
15
JK
SK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
GR.6
GR.7
GR.8
SPEC.
188 ~Totals
188.00 F.T.E.
Proj .
2016
25
29
35
32
40
36
44
27
268
268.00
JK
SK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.S
GR.6
GR.7
GR.8
ISPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
APPEN DIX F-2012 REPORT
Lambton Kent District School Board Enrolment Projections
-Devine/Johnston
-Oct.
518
2009
JK-FDK
41
45
SK-FDK
GR.1
35
GR.2
39
GR.3
35
GR.4
36
42
GR.S
47
GR.6
47
GR.7
39
GR.8
SPEC.
Totals
406
F.T.E.
363.00
Enrolment Projections
P.E. McGibbon Public Schoo!B()10J
1
!
! Pro] . j Proj .
Oct. 2010 ! Oct. 2011 ! Sept. 20 12
2013 ! 2014
53
48
48
36
37
39
39
42
54
45
I
i
.
'
60
59
44
49
32
34
41
34
44
49
60
66
60
44
46
35
37
39
34
46
54
63
68
58
44
46
35
39
36
34
I
j
!
54
55
63
67
57
44
46
35
37
36
446
467
477
494
446.00
487 .00
477.00
494.00
Enrolment Projections
Queen Elizabeth 11-Petrolia_jJK-8 Regular Program · 2011)
259
JK
441
441 .00
0 c t · 2009 ;' 0 c t · 2010 0 ct · 2011 ;' Sep t · 2012 !i
~
SK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.S
GR.6
GR.?
GR.8
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
92
JK
SK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.S
GR.6
GR.7
GR.8
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
57
56
60
56
53
46
56
57
58
53
35
32
30
41
36
34
33
37
47
49
25
35
33
32
45
38
30
38
38
44
Proj .
2013
26
27
39
35
31
48
40
35
40
41
ii
358
362
374
362.00
328.00
340.50
nrolment Projections
-RidgetO\YilPublic School
Ridgetown DHS-Gr. 7 & 8
- Oct. i - Oct.
;
.
2009 ! 2010
Oct. 2011 j Sept. 2012 ~ Proj .
.
!
2013 i
11
12
16
11
15
14
11
14
29
7
29
13
13
12
16
11
28
16
I
41
i
48
i
56
i
19
27
42
i
44
47
282
282.00
270
270 .00
!
!
i
171
157.50
153
141.50
83
83.00
92
92.00
!
103
103.00
Proj.
2014
33
28
27
39
34
32
48
42
35
40
358
358.00
Pro] .
2015
50
55
57
63
65
56
44
47
35
37
509
509.00
i
i
Proj.
2015
32
34
30
30
39
37
31
50
42
35
360
380.00
I
i
I
I
I.
I
'
I
Proj .
2016
53
52
53
55
61
65
53
42
45
36
416
JK
SK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.S
GR.6
GR.7
GR.8
SPEC.
515
~Totals
515.00 F.T.E .
Proj.
2016
30
34
36
32
33
41
39
33
50
44
421
JK-FDK
SK-FDK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.S
GR.6
GR.7
GR.8
ISPEC.
372
Totals
372.00 F.T.E.
(2011)
Proj .
2014
Proj .
2015
Proj .
2016
248
JK
SK
38
54
38
38
38
40
92
92.00
76
76.00
78
78.00
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.S
GR.6
GR.7
GR.8
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
Page 7
i
Oct. 2009 Oct. 2010
Enrolment Projections
Queen Elizabeth 11-Chatham
I
I
Oct. 2011 Sept. 2012 1
29
34
39
32
31
35
23
26
36
33
40
46
35
30
38
27
32
32
33
41
APPENDIX F-2012
29
37
35
37
35
34
37
23
32
44
32
32
38
36
37
32
32
38
25
33
:~~jj J
31
33
31
37
35
37
35
31
35
25
Proj .
2014
!
!
Proj.
2015
34
34
31
33
28
36
33
36
35
31
36
33
31
33
29
36
33
35
35
31
i
!
Proj .
2016
31
!JK
34
jSK
34
29
32
29
34
32
36
36
l GR.1
! GR.2
l GR.3
i GR.4
~ GR.S
! GR.6
i GR.7
~ GR. 8
! SPEC.
335
330
333
330
327 ~Totals
333.00
330 .00
303.00
330.00
327.00 F.T.E.
Enrolment Projections
Queen Elizabeth 11-Sarnia
Proj . i Proj . i Proj .
Oct. 2009 Oct. 2010 Oct. 2011 Sept. 2012 1 :~~jj
2014 ! 2015 i 2016
JK
37
35
28
30
30
35
29
SK
43
49
35
36
34
33
37
35
'
! GR.1
43
29
49
35
37
36
34
33
33
35
38
46
38
36
43
~ GR.2
39
43
40
34
! GR.3
33
33
30
40
44
39
32
43
23
38
32
36
! GR.4
36
24
31
42
45
36
31
38
!GR.S
28
30
41
47
31
35
32
!GR.6
36
32
43
37
36
29
32
29
39
!GR.7
36
28
25
31
!GR.8
31
36
38
32
! sPEC.
336
,.
358
,.
349
348
360
355
388 ~Totals
357
388.00 F.T.E.
380 .00
348.00
296.00
358.00
349.00
357.00
355.00
Enrolment Projections
Riverview Central
,
,
,
, Proj.
Proj . i Proj . i Proj.
i
Oct. 2009 ; Oct. 2010 ; Oct. 2011 ; Sept. 2012 i
2013
2014 ! 2015 ! 2016
JK
15
16
15
14
16
13
17
15
SK
16
16
20
17
17
14
18
24
GR.1
19
'
17
18
25
16
18
17
20
17
GR.2
22
18
18
24
17
19
16
13
21
18
GR.3
16
15
19
21
28
16
GR.4
24
16
21
17
20
19
14
25
16
24
16
GR.S
19
21
19
19
19
GR.6
24
18
16
27
23
16
23
27
GR.7
16
18
20
27
24
20
18
18
GR.8
18
17
20
23
28
28
21
354
311.00
343
310.00
318
286.50
i
I
I
I
I
I
~
I
I
I
I
212
193.00
203
188.00
192
175.50
194
176.50
182
166.00
183
183.00
'
ISPEC.
181
183
Totals
181 .00 1 183.00 F.T.E.
APPENDIX F-2012 REPORT
Lambton Kent District School Board Enrolment Projections
Enrolment Projections
Rosedale
463
JK-FDK
SK-FDK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
GR.6
GR.7
GR.8
SPEC.
Totals
*F.T.E.
*Oct. 2009 1 Oct. 2010
29
41
43
43
36
60
34
29
39
46
40
37
65
38
43
66
44
45
64
43
448
413.50
i
!
437
405.50
!
193
JK- FDK
SK-FDK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
GR.6
GR.7
GR.8
SPEC.
Totals
*F.T.E.
!
43
34
44
36
46
36
41
44
44
39
60
40
430
439
430.00
439.00
Enrolment Projections
South Plympton
.
436
436.00
.
I
Oct. 2009 Oct. 2010 ! Oct. 2011 ! Sept. 2012 1
25
24
13
18
26
21
25
26
15
20
106
81.50
107
84.00
*Oct. 2009 i Oct. 2010
17
24
27
29
17
I
:·
26
16
27
28
30
•
I
114
127
127.00
93.50
Enrolment Projections
Thamesville Area
14
14
15
15
18
19
16
11
19
22
11
17
15
14
15
14
21
17
10
19
172
156.00
163
156.00
153
139.00
1
20
15
16
15
15
15
19
17
9
158
158.00
i
i
I
'
1
160
160.00
Proj.
2014
38
42
44
40
i
i
I
50
39
41
46
43
36
- 419 ·
1 419.00 1
!
i
I
"I
Proj.
2013
13
19
16
16
15
16
15
13
20
17
17
i!
Proj.
2013
19
18
19
26
28
110
110.00
i Oct. 2011 I Sept. 2012
13
20
14
17
20
15
12
21
21
19
Proj .
2013
40
42
37
50
38
41
46
43
38
61
39
42
46
46
39
64
42
44
.
132
JK- FDK
SK-FDK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
GR.6
GR.7
GR.8
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
Enrolment Proj ections
Sir John Moore
i Oct. 2011 i Sept. 2012 !
!
APPENDIX F-2012
Proj .
2014
18
19
19
20
26
102
102.00
Proj.
2014
14
14
18
15
15
15
16
15
13
20
1
155
155.00
!
i
I
I"
!
i
!
i
l
!
i
!
li
Proj.
2015
!
~
I
i
I
Proj.
2016
40
1472
JK
40
SK
42
.
43
GR.1
46
GR.2
43
42
43
GR.3
49
45
GR.4
52
GR.5
38
36
GR.6
40
42
GR.7
45
45
GR.8
43
SPEC.
432
421
Totals
432.00 F.T.E.
421.00
Proj.
2015
15
18
21
18
20
!
I
I
Proj .
2016
19
19
20
24
21
92
92.00
103
103.00
Proj.
2015
14
15
14
18
15
15
14
15
14
13
Proj.
2016
15
147
147.00 1
17
15
14
18
11
17
15
15
16
'
153
153.00
551
JK- FDK
SK-FDK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
GR.6
GR.7
GR.8
SPEC.
Totals
*F.T.E.
391
JK-FDK
SK-FDK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
GR.6
GR.7
GR.8
ISPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
Page 8
34
45
53
33
40
36
44
47
44
52
'
'
I. Oct. 2011 .j Sept. 2012 .j
~~~jj
40
!
32
29
35
Proj .
2014
34
44
!
44
43
40
40
46
52
35
40
38
48
47
46
'
39
45
40
47
54
35
38
39
49
38
45
42
46
55
35
43
39
45
42
45
54
36
41
Oct. 2009 Oct. 2010
44
53
34
42
42
49
48
i
40
40
416
419
419
!
383.00
378.50
419.00
Enrolment Proj ections
Tecumseh
•
• p J • Proj .
*Oct. 2009 1 Oct. 20101 Oct . 2011 ! Sept. 2012 !
~~j ! 2014
32
31
33
38
34
33
38
36
31
38
35
36
36
38
~
~
u
38
36
~
38
~
~
~
41
43
32
34
37
33
37
38
~
~
"
~
31
~
~
G
~
~
31
~
~
38
u
~
42
~
G
38
46
~
40
G
~
38
~
34
5
6
6
2
2
5
408
388
367
404
360
360
354.50
335.00
404.00
360.00
373.50
360.00
Enrolment Projections
Tilbury Area
Proj .
Proj .
Oct. 2009 i Oct. 2010 Oct. 2011 Sept. 2012 1
2013 i 2014
38
41
39
27
46
43
43
43
43
37
35
'
52
48
37
41
36
'
52
43
40
45
45
43
34
54
39
36
47
42
42
33
41
35
31
48
43
42
40
38
38
38
47
43
33
41
37
36
34
47
41
35
40
36
36
33
52
42
35
42
40
38
7
6
5
2
'
5
5
400
418
423
379
414
422
382.00
347 .00
400.00
418.00
414.00
422.00
428
388 .50
436
394.00
427
389.00
2
I
I
I
!
I
I
j
i
I
'
Proj .
2015
34
39
41
43
39
45
41
45
54
36
!
I
I
Proj .
2o16
39
39
42
42
34
42
38
41
51
JK
SK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
GR.6
GR.7
GR.8
ISPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
40
'
I
417
417.00
I
408
408.00
!
Proj .
2015
30
35
37
35
35
35
36
32
31
43
!
Proj .
2016
28
33
33
34
38
41
32
39
36
33
i
!
i
i
5
5
354
354.00
352
352.00
JK
SK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
GR.6
GR.7
GR.8
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
Proj .
2016
38
42
47
46
41
53
35
42
44
47
5
440
440.00
JK
SK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
GR.6
GR.7
GR.8
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
Proj .
2015
37
46
44
42
53
33
42
43
46
33
5
424
424.00
!
i
APPENDIX F-2012 REPORT
Lambton Kent District School Board Enrolment Projections
Enrolment Projections
Victor Lauriston
473
JK-FDK
SK-FDK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
GR.6
GR.7
GR.8
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
351
JK-FDK
SK-FDK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
GR.6
GR.7
GR.8
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
213
JK
SK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
GR.6
GR.7
GR.8
SPEC*
Totals
F.T.E.
i
i
i
i
Oct. 2009 Oct. 2010 Oct. 2011 Sept. 2012
:
:
:
:
28
43
30
30
35
30
46
.
28
39
38
36
48
44
39
40
30
41
39
41
44
40
42
38
41
37
38
42
38
40
43
41
38
37
40
36
38
33
35
37
35
376
344.50
387
387.00
!
Oct. 2009 Oct. 2010
;
17
l.
386
369
386.00
369.00
Enrolment Projections
Wheatley Area
!Oct. 2011 !Sept. 2012 !
:
!
24
23
15
18
25
23
18
17
18
25
29
39
41
32
36
33
41
24
30
35
42
31
37
32
23
25
30
29
40
34
13
20
25
29
29
37
33
38
17
!
I
!
·,
Proj.
2013
38
33
31
51
30
39
37
41
40
39
j
i
Proj .
2014
i
I
40
I
41
33
31
50
32
39
38
40
40
i
379
379.00
I'
384
384.00
I'
Proj .
2013
21
20
25
19
17
23
21
28
31
38
!
Proj.
2014
18
24
21
25
19
16
24
22
28
31
!
i
I
i
I
Proj .
2015
40
42
41
33
33
49
30
39
38
39
i
i
384
384.00
Proj.
2015
20
21
24
21
25
19
16
24
23
29
!
i
I
Proj .
2016
35
38
42
43
32
31
52
29
37
39
1279
JK
SK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
GR.6
GR.7
GR.8
SPEC.
378
Totals
378 .00 F.T.E.
Proj.
2016
20
23
21
24
20
26
17
17
23
26
j
246
j 243 1' 228 j 222 j 217
277
277.00 - 246.00 -~.-.0.!_ ~-2! .0_()__1_~ 217.00
Enrolment Projections
Wyoming
Proj.
Proj .
Proj.
Proj.
*Oct. 2009 ! Oct. 2010 ! Oct. 2011 ! Sept. 2012
2015
2016
2014
2013
315
294.50
22
28
28
26
23
17
144
143.50
!
I
289
289.oo
29
19
29
28
23
16
144
144.00
J"
22
29
23
26
30
15
145
145.00
17
23
30
22
27
15
134
134.00
29
18
20
30
21
15
133
133.00
27
29
18
20
29
15
138
138.00
23
27
30
17
21
15
133
133.00
19
23
29
29
19
14
133
133.00
363
JK
SK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
GR.6
GR.7
GR.8
SPEC.
~Totals
F.T.E.
213
JK-FDK
SK-FDK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
GR.6
GR.7
GR.8
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
Page 9
APPENDIX F-2012
Enrolment Projections
W .J. Baird
Proj.
Oct. 2009 ! Oct. 2010 ! Oct. 2011 i Sept. 2012
2013
!
22
22
25
19
15
17
21
22
20
25
21
21
23
21
21
31
17
22
24
19
19
31
15
21
21
22
16
32
22
15
20
23
17
15
30
34
20
21
31
20
21
34
21
17
21
25
19
29
21
22
232
212.50
1
!
227
203.50
224
202.50
l
I
196
183.00
!
21
27
30
35
33
27
23
22
27
23
9
8
6
295
300
274
264.00
272.00
250.00
Enrolment Projections
Zone Township Central
Oct. 2009 Oct. 2010 Oct. 2011
1o
16
14
16
22
22
24
19
22
31
!
25
31
34
44
27
26
23
32
23
27
29
33
37
30
28
26
37
26
25
15
1
j
i
211
'
209
206
206.00
189.00
191.50
Enrolment Projections
W inston Churchill
Oct. 2009 ! Oct. 2010 ! Oct. 2011 ! Sept. 2012
29
37
31
27
21
31
22
26
18
26
17
285
252.00
Proj .
2014
21
20
17
24
22
20
21
14
31
16
14
11
17
13
16
22
20
22
18
21
22
21
22
17
174
174.00
168
168.00_
I
14
15
10
18
12
Sept. 20121
10
15
13
11
17
l
1
1
Proj.
2013
Proj .
2013
11
13
15
16
!
i
i
;
i
Proj.
2014
i
i
I
!
Proj.
2015
i
17
9
11
15
21
20
24
16
13
15
22
21
9
11
12
12
13
16
15
16
13
15
22
16
12
15
157
t'
151
151 .00
I
Proj.
2015
30
30
24
23
27
31
33
34
21
24
8
285
285.00
11
12
13
14
16
_1~7.00
j
i
208
208.00
!
Proj .
2014
24
1 30
24
24
'
23
28
28
34
33
33
33
33
34
25
24
26
26
25
25
29
8
8
288
289
288.00
265.00
Proj .
2015
21
20
18
16
23
23
20
22
14
31
'
9
141
I
131
141 .oo
131 .oo
I
i
i
I
'
Proj.
2016
18
20
20
20
19
25
23
19
23
13
200
200.00
JK
SK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
GR.6
GR.7
GR.8
SPEC .
Totals
F.T.E.
Proj.
2016
33
32
32
23
22
26
31
32
33
22
8
294
294.00
JK
SK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
GR.6
GR.7
GR.8
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
Proj.
2016
11
11
12
10
14
14
14
9
17
12
124
124.00
JK
SK
GR.1
GR.2
GR.3
GR.4
GR.5
GR.6
GR.7
GR.8
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
APP ENDIX F-2012 REPORT
Lambton Kent District School Board Enrolment Projections
APPENDIX F-2012
Elementary Enrolment Projections by Grade Level
18,381
Proj .
Oct. 2009 Oct. 2010 Oct. 2011 Sept. 2012 1
Grade
2013
402
JK
1339
1156
1081
775
1200
1138
848
426
SK
1510
JK-FDK
230
308
604
950
628
1034
SK-FDK
225
335
GR.1
1456
1539
1422
1479
1526
1445
1459
1541
1430
1510
GR.2
1430
1575
1437
1433
1538
GR.3
GR.4
1487
1554
1443
1436
1524
GR.5
1516
1490
1573
1431
1428
GR.6
1645
1516
1488
1568
1425
GR.7
1686
1636
1531
1486
1566
GR.8
1678
1686
1646
1530
1473
SPEC.
130
120
98
88
100
14,841
14,798
Totals
15,467
15,248
15,037
GSN F.T.E. 14,043.00 14,077.00 13,606.00 13,414.00 13,778.00
FDK GRANT
227.50
321.50
616.00
992.00
I
I
!
;
Proj .
2014
1393
1421
1493
1533
1500
1426
1511
1428
1417
1555
100
14,797
14,797.00
!
i;
Proj .
2015
1395
1462
1477
1481
1526
1494
1413
1499
1404
1414
100
14,687
14,687.00
i
I
Proj .
2016
1392
1442
1505
1482
1456
1500
1493
1416
1518
1441
97
14,765
14,765.00
Page 10
APP ENDIX F-2012 REPORT
Lambton Kent District School Board Enrolment Projections
816
Gr. 9
Gr. 10
Gr. 11
Gr.12
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
1470
Gr. 9
Gr. 10
Gr. 11
Gr. 12
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
1218
Gr. 9
Gr. 10
Gr.11
Gr.12
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
705
Gr. 9
Gr. 10
Gr. 11
Gr. 12
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
495
Gr. 9
Gr. 10
Gr. 11
Gr. 12
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
Enrolment Projections
Alexander Mackenzie S. S.
;
;
Oct. 2009 Oct. 2010 1Oct. 2011 1Sept. 2012
120
118
121
151
16
526
526.00
Oct. 2009
224
238
239
361
30
1092
1089.00
Oct. 2009
224
250
256
326
17
1073
1073.00
Oct. 2009
110
133
138
170
9
560
559.50
Oct . 2009
50
77
71
98
296
_ 294.50
79
115
109
174
19
496
496.00
roJ. !
roJ.
2013
2014
102
102
112
105
101
104
145
164
17
17
477
492
477 .00
492.00
115
123
77
119
129
82
167
159
I
19
23
507
506
I 507.00
506.00
Enrolment rojections
Chatham Kent Secondary School
1
i l'rOJ .
Oct. 2010 Oct. 2011 Sept. 2012 j 2013
270
226
255
j 240
224
263
227
I 238
229
226
258
219
337
341
341
i 379
23
24
26
25
1083
1080 ,
1107
1101
1082.50 i 1080.00
1106.50
1101 .00
nrolment Projections
Lambton Central C.V.I.
i
i
l"rOJ .
Oct. 2010 ! Oct. 2011 ! Sept. 2012
2013
219
i
218
i
202
213
226
224
224
225
265
I 232
209
227
333
I 334 ! 290
287
19
18
16
15
941
967
1062 1 1026 1
1061 .50 i 1026.00 i 941 .00
967.00
Enrolment Projections
North Lambton S.S.
i
l"rOJ .
Oct. 2010 1 Oct. 2011 Sept. 2012
2013
114
! 100
11 7
105
110
I 120
99
104
135
! 118
118
103
171
! 189
178
178
10
9
10
9
537
521
500
539
539.00
537.00
520 .25
500 .00
Enrolment Projections
R'dgetown D'strict H.S.
roJ .
Oct.2010 Oct.2011 Sept.2012
2013
67
61
59
50
46
67
61
52
74
49
72
56
88
93
68
84
!
I
•
I
I
I
!
I
!
I
!
I
!
!
!
I
I
!
275
275.00
270
269.50
260
252.50
242
242.00
738
Gr. 9
Gr. 10
Gr. 11
Gr. 12
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
l'rOJ.
2014
214
242
240
339
25
1060
1060.00
l'rOJ .
2015
237
211
243
360
25
1076
1076.00
l'rOJ.
2016
199
232
213
343
25
1012
1012.00
834
Gr. 9
Gr. 10
Gr. 11
Gr. 12
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
l"rOJ .
2014
206
210
229
286
15
946
946.00
l"rOJ.
2015
222
203
213
294
15
947
947 .00
l"rOJ.
2016
178
209
206
278
18
889
889.00
714
Gr. 9
Gr. 10
Gr. 11
Gr. 12
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
l"rOJ .
2014
99
108
102
153
10
472
472.00
l"rOJ .
2015
116
100
111
152
10
489
489.00
l"rOJ.
2016
112
115
104
162
10
503
503.00
1407
Gr. 9
Gr.10
Gr.11
Gr.12
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
l'rOJ.
2015
51
49
48
68
l"rOJ .
2016
43
53
48
57
216
216.00
201
201 .00
225
225.00
1
·
Enrolment Projections
Blenheim District High School
roJ .
roJ.
Oct. 2009 Oct. 2010 Oct. 2011 Sept. 2012 1 2013
2014
j
roJ . ;
roJ .
2015 · 2o16
100
105
103
103
107
101
167
167
17
19
494
495
494.00
495.00
l"rOJ.
2014
51
48
51
75
APPENDIX F-2012
102
111
107
189
8
517
516.50
,
88
94
.
109
1
1
194
,
5
I 490
489.50
roJ.
2016
73
78
69
174
10
404
403.00
Gr. 9
Gr.10
Gr. 11
Gr. 12/0
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
l"roJ .
2015
180
168
175
240
15
778
776.00
l"roJ .
2016
159
178
165
231
15
748
746.00
Gr. 9
Gr. 10
Gr. 11
Gr. 12/0
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
l"rOJ .
2015
70
78
77
91
l"rOJ .
20 16
60
70
73
88
321
321.00
316
316.00
291
291 .00
PrOJ.
2014
PrOJ .
2015
244
242
218
285
19
1008
998.00
l'rOJ.
2016
95
,
86
75
75
78
85
83
i 66
75
190
183
156
6
I 10
10
449
423
401
446.50 i 422.50
400.50
Enrolment Projections
John McGregor Secondary School
i l"rOJ .
l"rOJ.
Oct. 2009 Oct. 2010 Oct. 2011 Sept. 2012 j 2013
2014
185
188
182
179
! 170
166
196
178
191
182
I 199
173
204
201
181
186
184
196
243
270
264
271
i 246
236
17
12
14
15
15
15
845
849
832
833
814
786
842.00
847.00
832.00
831 .25
812.00
784.00
Enrolment Projections
Lambton-Kent Composite School
i l"rOJ .
l"rOJ .
Oct. 2009 Oct. 2010 Oct. 2011 Sept. 2012 ! 2013
2014
79
84
75
72
i 75
76
94
75
85
66
75
75
98
92
75
87
81
71
103
123
112
96
! 102
99
1
I
I
72
85
85
219
7
468
466.25
roJ.
201 5
80
71
84
165
10
410
409.00
!
!
I
I
1050
Gr. 9
Gr. 10
Gr. 11
Gr. 12
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
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I
!
I
!
!
I
!
374
373.00
374
374.00
Oct. 2009 Oct. 2010
347
346.50
321
1 333
321 .00 i 333.00
Enrolment Proj ections
Northern C.l . & V.S.
i PrOJ .
Oct. 2011 Sept. 2012 1 2013
238
! 236
241
283
I 244
228
226
! 270
233
351
! 273
328
17
19
19
1115
1042
1049
1107.00
1032.00 1039.00
Enrolment Projections
Sarnia Colleg iate Institute and Technical School
l"rOJ.
l"rOJ .
l"roJ .
1
Oct. 2009 Oct. 2010 Oct. 2011 ! Sept.2012
201 5
2013
2014
199
161
139
.
136
130
124
127
167
201
174
134
169
128
121
180
166
21 7
! 165
145
169
129
257
235
231
296
232
195
219
9
6
8
l 10
7
7
7
812
769
769
741
683
623
603
812.00
769.00
769.00 ! 736.00
683.00
623.00
603.00
284
270
271
366
16
1207
1194.75
228
299
266
329
16
1138
1130.25
265
228
298
329
19
1139
1128.00
I
I
!
0
I
I
I
I
228
242
235
272
19
996
986.00
Gr. 9
Gr. 10
Gr. 11
Gr. 12
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
Gr. 9
Gr.10
Gr.11
Gr. 12
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
l"rOJ .
2016
127
126
126
194
8
581
581 .00
Gr. 9
Gr.10
Gr.11
Gr. 12
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E .
APPENDIX F-2012 REPORT
Lambton Kent District School Board Enrolment Projections
1197
Gr. 9
Gr. 10
Gr. 11
Gr.12
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
1185
Gr.9
Gr.10
Gr.11
Gr.12
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
Enrolment Projections
St. Clair S.S.
!
!
Oct. 2009 Oct. 2010 ! Oct. 2011 ! Sept. 2012
160
162
184
251
20
777
766.00
!
175
!
164
!
139
170
!
179
!
182
159
! 163 ! 200
331
l 246 l 248
19
! 10 ! 10
854
l 762 l 779
841.25 i 751.25 i 771.25
Enrolment Projections
Wallaceburg D.S.S.
Oct. 2009 Oct. 2010 Oct. 2011
190
173
160
242
18
783
781.50
160
187
165
236
22
770
770 .00
174
157
186
249
22
788
787.50
Sept. 2012
162
171
150
265
21
769
765.50
l'rOJ .
2013
148
158
167
271
10
754
744.00
l'rOJ .
2014
136
155
162
279
10
742
732.00
l'roJ . ! l'rOJ.
2015 ! 2016
145
132
143
144
159
134
242
224
10
10
699
644
689.00
638.00
Proj.
2013
163
153
161
235
20
732
732.00
Proj . ! Proj .
2014
2015
133
132
166
137
146
159
235
213
20
20
700
661
700.00
661.00
Proj.
2016
132
133
138
236
20
659
659.00
525
Gr. 9
Gr. 10
Gr. 11
Gr. 12
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
APPENDIX F-2012
Enrolment Projections
Tilbury District H.S.
!
! l'"rOJ . ·
Oct. 2009 Oct. 2010 Oct. 2011 ! Sept. 2012
2013
63
71
65
!
70
75
77
69
70
!
71
68
78
75
68
! 69
68
128
100
99
l 96
99
!
346
345.00
315
314.50
302
302.00
l
l'"rOJ .
2014
76
77
68
94
306
310
315
306.00
310.00
314.00
Enrolment Projections
Lambton Kent Alternative School
i
:
t'"rOJ .
2015
70
78
74
94
316
316.00
!
!
t'"rOJ .
2016
62
68
75
101
306
306.00
Gr. 9
Gr. 10
Gr. 11
Gr. 12
SPEC .
Totals
F.T.E.
Oct . 2009
Gr.9
Gr.10
Gr.11
Gr.12
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
0
1
6
91
98
88.50
Gr. 9
Gr. 10
Gr. 11
Gr. 12
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
Secondary Enrolment Projections by Grade Level
12354
Gr. 9
Gr. 10
Gr.11
Gr. 12
SPEC.
Totals
F.T.E.
Oct. 2009 Oct. 2010 Oct. 2011
1990
2067
2113
2976
160
9,306.00
9,261.25
1904
1994
2045
2921
150
9,014.00
8,989.50
1856
1920
2027
2873
151
8,827.00
8,802.00
l'rOJ.
2013
1847
1793
1894
1875
1905
1848
2849
2714
153
148
8,648.00
8,378.00
8,610.75 ! 8,355.50
Sept. 2012
l'rOJ. ' l'rOJ.
i
2014
2015
1699
1774
1800
1704
1846
1797
2639
2590
148
148
8,132.00 8,013.00
8,108.50 7,990.00
l'rOJ.
2016
1610
1751
1687
2527
154
7,729.00
7,710.00
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