Statistics

The following statistics are for the 2015-16 school year.

 Schools and Students
34 Elementary Schools* 27,918 students
10 Middle Schools 11,868 students
8 High and Technical Schools 12,200 students
3 Special Schools      338 students
55 Total Schools 52,324 students
* 15 elementary schools operate on year-round Calendars
 Enrollment History
 1905 3,000
 1960 12,000
 1970 24,000
 1980 49,000
 1990 64,000
 2000 71,651
 2008 81,095
 2009 48,621
 2010 50,072
 2011 50,722
 2012 52,037
 2013 52,945
 2014 51,865
 2015 52,324
 Employees
Staff Size:
 Teachers and Other Licensed Personnel 2,679
 Support Staff 1,748
Teacher Training
 Bachelor’s Degrees 100%
 Master’s Degrees 49%
 Master’s + Degrees 23%
Teacher/Pupil Ratios
 Kindergarten (two sessions) 1 to 44.0
 Grade 1 1 to 22.0
 Grade 2 1 to 22.0
 Grade 3 1 to 22.0
 Grades 4, 5, 6 1 to 26.0
 Grades 7, 8 1 to 26.0
 Grades 9 1 to 27.0
 Grades 10, 11, 12 1 to 27.0
Teacher/pupil ratios used for hiring staff. Actual Class Sizes Vary widely depending on move-in patterns of students, etc.
 Breakfast and Lunch Prices
 Elementary Breakfast $.80
 Secondary Breakfast $1.00
 Elementary Lunch $1.75
 Secondary Lunch $2.00
 Adult Breakfast $2.00
 Adult Lunch $3.00
 Financial
Assessed Valuation $16.0 billion (projected)
Local Tax Rate 0.006872 (proposed)
Revenue $433.7 million
Projected Expenditures
  General Fund $316.7 million
  Capital Projects $38.3 million
  Debt Service $14 million
  Non K-12 $8.4 million
  Nutrition Services $20.6 million
  Self Insurance $41.9 million
  Student Activities $8 million
Total Cost Per Student
  Jordan District $6,129