• Aubrey ISD District Profile

    District Name AUBREY ISD

    District Number 061907

    County Number and Name 061 DENTON

    Education Service Center Region REGION 11

     

    1. District Accountability Rating Met Standard

    2. Total Number of Schools 4

     

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    3. Total Students 2,315

    4. % African American 5.8

    5. % Hispanic 17.0

    6. % White 74.0

    7. % American Indian 0.7

    8. % Asian 0.6

    9. % Pacific Islander 0.0

    10. % Two or More Races 1.9

    11. % Economically Disadvantaged 29.3

    12. % English Language Learners (ELL) 3.8

    13. % Special Education 7.8

    14. % Bilingual/ESL Education 3.7

    15. % Career & Technical Education 29.8

    16. % Gifted & Talented Education 6.0

    17. Attendance Rate (2014-15) 96.5

    18. Annual Dropout Rate Gr. 9-12 (2014-15) 0.3

    19. 4-Year Longitudinal Graduation Rate (Class of 2015) 98.2

    20. 5-Year Longitudinal Graduation Rate (Class of 2014) 100.0

    21. Annual Graduate Count (2014-15) 111

    22. Annual RHSP/DAP/FHSP-E/FHSP-DLA Graduate Count (2014-15) 93

     

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    % AT LEVEL II SATISFACTORY STANDARD

    23. All Subjects 86

    24. ELA/Reading 86

    25. Writing 85

    26. Mathematics 88

    27. Science 88

    28. Social Studies 80

    29. African American 74

    30. Hispanic 80

    31. White 88

    32. American Indian 81

    33. Asian 100

    34. Pacific Islander *

    35. Two or More Races 91

    36. Economically Disadvantaged 78

     

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    (CLASS OF 2015)

    37. Percent Tested 57.7

    38. Percent At or Above Criterion 29.7

    39. SAT - Average Score 1473

    40. ACT - Average Score 23.2

      

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    41. Total Staff FTE 232.6

    42. Total Teacher FTE 140.3

    43. % Central Administrative 0.9

    44. % School Administrative 4.3

    45. % Professional Support Staff 6.0

    46. % Teachers 60.3

    47. % Educational Aides 7.6

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    48. % Auxiliary Staff 20.9

    49. Average Central Administrative Salary 121,395

    50. Average School Administrative Salary 73,713

    51. Average Professional Support Staff Salary 55,865

    52. Average Teacher Salary 47,720

    53. % Minority 8.0

    54. Number of Students Per Total Staff 10.0

    55. Number of Students Per Teacher 16.5

     

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    56. % With 5 or Fewer Years of Experience 39.2

    57. Average Years of Experience 10.4

    58. % With Advanced Degrees 22.1

    59. Teacher Turnover Rate 13.2

    60. % African American 2.1

    61. % Hispanic 3.6

    62. % White 92.9

    63. % Other 1.4

    64. % Regular Education 82.1

    65. % Special Education 8.0

    66. % Compensatory Education 1.3

    67. % Bilingual/ESL Education 1.4

    68. % Career & Technical Education 4.5

    69. % Other Education (Includes G & T) 2.7

     

    ---- TAXES AND ACTUAL REVENUES -----

    70. Taxable Value Per Pupil (2013 Tax Year) 271,470

    71. Locally Adopted Tax Rate (2014 Tax Year) 1.510

    72. Total Revenue (2014-15) 22,149,311

    73. Total Revenue Per Pupil 10,018

    74. % State 45.8

    75. % Local and Other 51.5

    76. % Federal 2.8

     

    --- FUND BALANCE & NET ASSETS ------

    77. Fund Balance (for ISDs) 6,741,867

    78. Net Assets (Charter Schools) 0

     

    ------ ACTUAL EXPENDITURES ---------

    79. Total Expenditures (2014-15) 20,082,839

    80. Total Operating Expenditures (2014-15) 16,635,105

    81. Total Operating Expenditures Per Pupil 7,524

    82. % Instructional 58.4

    83. % Central Administrative 3.6

    84. % School Leadership 6.4

    85. % Plant Services 11.2

    86. % Other Operating 18.8

    87. Total Instructional Expenditures 9,718,030

    88. Total Instructional Expenditures Per Pupil 4,395

    89. % Regular Education 71.3

    90. % Special Education 11.9

    91. % Accelerated Education 6.4

    92. % Bilingual/ESL Education 0.5

    93. % Career & Technical Education 3.9

    94. % Gifted & Talented Education 0.4

    95. % Athletics/Related Activities 4.9

    96. % High School Allotment 0.5

    97. % Prekindergarten 0.0

    98. % Other Expenditures 0.4