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February 8, 2010

Assigning students to their closest school 

Click on the titles below to view data on individual schools. All charts and maps assume students are assigned to their closest schools based on current node data. Distances are measured based on miles driven. The Wake County school board does not intend to assign students based on this model. It is offered as a way to provide insight into various assignment plans that are likely to be discussed in the coming months.

Data source: Wake County Public School System.

 

CHARTS

The following links will take you to charts created from Excel spreadsheets.

Elementary schools sorted by name

Elementary schools sorted by students eligible for free and reduced lunch

Elementary schools sorted by capacity

Elementary schools sorted by percent of students considered limited English proficienct

 

Middle schools sorted by name

Middle schools sorted by students eligible for free and redueced

Middle schools sorted by capacity

Middle schools sorted by percent of students considered limited English proficienct

 

High schools sorted by name

High schools sorted by students eligible for free and reduced lunch

High schools sorted by capacity

MAPS

The following links will take you to interactive Google maps showing individual school locations along with related information.

Schools operating at less than 50 percent capacity

Schools operating at more than 150 percent capacity

Schools with more than 66% free/reduced lunch or less than 10% free/reduced lunch

Schools where more than 20 percent of the students are Limited English Proficient

Traditional calendars schools at less than 50 percent capacity or more than 150 percent capacity

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