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301 EAST CHICKASAW
Wynnewood, OK 73098

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District: Wynnewood
County: Garvin
Latitude: 034.641290
Longitude: -097.167190

Status: Operational
Principal: Mr. Dennis Cain
Grade span: PK-4
Phone: (405) 665-4371 (make sure to verify first before calling)


Enrollment in Central Elementary School

2007 Enrollment: 278

2006 Enrollment:

White Enrollment (%): 61.0%
Here:

61.0%
State average from 1654 schools:

60.2%
Black Enrollment (%): 15.0%
Here:

15.0%
State average from 1654 schools:

8.6%
Hispanic Enrollment (%): 5.0%
Here:

5.0%
State average from 1654 schools:

8.0%
Native American Enrollment (%): 19.0%
Here:

19.0%
State average from 1654 schools:

22.1%


Races in Central Elementary School



2005 Enrollment: 267

Prekindergarten students: 37
Kindergarten students: 49
1st grade students: 57
2nd grade students: 50
3rd grade students: 34
4th grade students: 38
Ungraded students: 2


Male students: 152
Female students: 115


White Students: 164
Black students: 39
Hispanic students: 14
American Indian/Alaskan Native students: 50


Free lunch eligible students: 154
Reduced price lunch eligible students: 39
Free and reduced price lunch eligible students: 193


White Enrollment (%): 61.0%
This school:

61.0%
State average from 1721 schools:

61.0%
Black Enrollment (%): 17.0%
Here:

17.0%
State average from 1721 schools:

8.7%
Hispanic Enrollment (%): 5.0%
Here:

5.0%
State average from 1721 schools:

7.5%
Native American Enrollment (%): 17.0%
Here:

17.0%
State average from 1721 schools:

21.8%


Genders in Central Elementary School

Grades in Central Elementary School

Races in Central Elementary School



2004 Enrollment: 275

Prekindergarten students: 40
Kindergarten students: 44
1st grade students: 52
2nd grade students: 37
3rd grade students: 39
4th grade students: 59
Ungraded students: 4


Male students: 150
Female students: 125


White Students: 169
Black students: 46
Hispanic students: 13
American Indian/Alaskan Native students: 47


Free lunch eligible students: 149
Reduced price lunch eligible students: 34
Free and reduced price lunch eligible students: 183


White Enrollment (%): 61.5%
Here:

61.5%
State average from 1709 schools:

61.0%
Black Enrollment (%): 16.7%
Here:

16.7%
State average from 1709 schools:

8.6%
Hispanic Enrollment (%): 4.7%
Here:

4.7%
State average from 1709 schools:

7.4%
Native American Enrollment (%): 17.1%
Here:

17.1%
State average from 1709 schools:

21.9%


Genders in Central Elementary School

Grades in Central Elementary School

Races in Central Elementary School



2003 Enrollment: 266

Prekindergarten students: 35
Kindergarten students: 43
1st grade students: 41
2nd grade students: 45
3rd grade students: 55
4th grade students: 46
Ungraded students: 1


Male students: 143
Female students: 123


White Students: 172
Black students: 35
Hispanic students: 8
American Indian/Alaskan Native students: 51


Free lunch eligible students: 139
Reduced price lunch eligible students: 24
Free and reduced price lunch eligible students: 163


White Enrollment (%): 64.7%
Here:

64.7%
State average from 1703 schools:

61.9%
Black Enrollment (%): 13.2%
This school:

13.2%
State average from 1703 schools:

8.5%
Hispanic Enrollment (%): 3.0%
Here:

3.0%
State average from 1703 schools:

6.9%
Native American Enrollment (%): 19.2%
Central Elementary School:

19.2%
State average from 1703 schools:

21.6%


Genders in Central Elementary School

Grades in Central Elementary School

Races in Central Elementary School



2002 Enrollment: 274

1st grade students: 55
2nd grade students: 61
3rd grade students: 49
4th grade students: 59
5th grade students: 50


Male students: 145
Female students: 129


White Students: 183
Black students: 32
Hispanic students: 11
Asian/Pacific Islander students: 1
American Indian/Alaskan Native students: 47


Free lunch eligible students: 133
Reduced price lunch eligible students: 38
Free and reduced price lunch eligible students: 171


White Enrollment (%): 66.8%
Here:

66.8%
State average from 1693 schools:

63.0%
Black Enrollment (%): 11.7%
Central Elementary School:

11.7%
State average from 1693 schools:

8.4%
Hispanic Enrollment (%): 4.0%
Central Elementary School:

4.0%
State average from 1693 schools:

6.4%
Asian Enrollment (%): 0.4%
Here:

0.4%
State average from 1693 schools:

1.1%
Native American Enrollment (%): 17.1%
Here:

17.1%
State average from 1693 schools:

21.1%


Genders in Central Elementary School

Grades in Central Elementary School

Races in Central Elementary School



2006 Other student statistics:

Students Eligible for Free/Reduced Lunch (%): 72.0%
This school:

72.0%
State average from 1654 schools:

60.2%
Percentage of 1st-3rd graders in need of Reading remediation: 22.0%
Here:

22.0%
State average from 884 schools:

32.2%
Average Number of Days Absent per Student: 9.4
Here:

9.4
State average from 1653 schools:

9.5
Mobility Rate (Incoming Students): 8.0%
Here:

8.0%
State average from 1560 schools:

10.8%
1 suspension (of 10 days or less) for every # students: None
1 suspension (of more than 10 days) for every # students: None


2005 Other student statistics:

Students Eligible for Free/Reduced Lunch (%): 67.0%
This school:

67.0%
State average from 1646 schools:

59.6%
Percentage of 1st-3rd graders in need of Reading remediation: 15.0%
Here:

15.0%
State average from 885 schools:

30.6%
Average Number of Days Absent per Student: 10.0
Here:

10.0
State average from 1345 schools:

9.3
Mobility Rate (Incoming Students): FTR
1 suspension (of 10 days or less) for every # students: FTR
1 suspension (of more than 10 days) for every # students: FTR


2006 Staff statistics:

Regular Classroom Teachers (FTE): 16.2
Special Education Teachers (FTE): 1
Counselors (FTE): 0.5
Other Certified Professional Staff (FTE): 0.5
Administrators (FTE): 1

Percentage of Regular Classroom Teachers with Advanced Degree(s) (FTE): 45.4%
Here:

45.4%
State average from 1654 schools:

25.7%
Percentage of Parents Attending Parent/Teacher Conference: 90.0%
Here:

90.0%
State average from 1552 schools:

69.9%
Patrons' Volunteer Hours per Student: 0.3
Here:

0.3
State average from 1551 schools:

2.4
Average Daily Membership (ADM): 264.5
This school:

264.5
State average from 1654 schools:

302.9
Percentage of Students in Special Education: 20.8%
Here:

20.8%
State average from 1654 schools:

14.4%
Average Years of Experience - Regular Classroom Teachers (FTE): 15.8
Here:

15.8
State average from 1654 schools:

12.6


2005 Staff statistics:

FTE Teachers (NCES): 17.2
Regular Classroom Teachers (FTE): 16.8
Special Education Teachers (FTE): 1
Counselors (FTE): 0.5
Other Certified Professional Staff (FTE): 0.5
Administrators (FTE): 1

Percentage of Regular Classroom Teachers with Advanced Degree(s) (FTE): 41.6%
This school:

41.6%
State average from 1646 schools:

26.6%
Percentage of Parents Attending Parent/Teacher Conference: FTR
Patrons' Volunteer Hours per Student: FTR
Average Daily Membership (ADM): 276.2
Here:

276.2
State average from 1646 schools:

303.7
Percentage of Students in Special Education: 19.9%
Here:

19.9%
State average from 1646 schools:

14.5%
Average Years of Experience - Regular Classroom Teachers (FTE): 14.1
Here:

14.1
State average from 1646 schools:

12.9
Pupil/Teacher ratio: 15.5
Here:

15.5
State average from 1718 schools:

15.5


2004 Staff statistics:

FTE Teachers (NCES): 17.8

Pupil/Teacher ratio: 15.4
Here:

15.4
State average from 1705 schools:

16.3


2003 Staff statistics:

FTE Teachers (NCES): 17.5

Pupil/Teacher ratio: 15.2
Here:

15.2
State average from 1689 schools:

19.7


2002 Staff statistics:

FTE Teachers (NCES): 14.3

Pupil/Teacher ratio: 19.2
Here:

19.2
State average from 1689 schools:

15.1



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