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District Snapshot USD 229 - Blue Valley-Johnson
Spending Per Pupil
2005 2020 % Chg.
Instruction $4,810 $6,925 44%
Student Support $510 $871 71%
Staff Support $469 $554 18%
Administration $929 $1,133 22%
Operations & Maint $672 $598 -11%
Transportation $245 $336 37%
Food Service $377 $356 -6%
Other $1 $32 3100%
Capital $733 $1,222 67%
Debt $1,708 $2,874 68%
Total $10,454 $14,901 43%
Aid Per Pupil
2005 2020 % Chg.
State $3,580 $7,698 115%
Federal $248 $299 21%
Local $6,623 $6,904 4%
Total $10,451 $14,901 43%
Carryover Cash (Millions)
2005 2020 % Chg.
Capital Outlay $19.4 $51.7 167%
Debt Service $40.7 $63.3 56%
Federal $0.0 $0.0 -100%
All Other $28.5 $51.5 81%
Total $88.6 $166.4 88%
2019 State Assessment Results
% of Students on Track to be College & Career Ready (Levels 3 & 4)
Grade Level District State Average
Low Income Not Low Income Low Income Not Low Income
English Language Arts
4th Grade 49% 79% 32% 63%
8th Grade 23% 44% 14% 35%
10th Grade 25% 46% 16% 37%
Math
4th Grade 30% 64% 22% 51%
8th Grade 22% 48% 13% 36%
10th Grade 18% 51% 11% 34%
Employment and Enrollment
Demographic Group 2005 2020 % Chg.
Students 18,410 22,416 22%
Classroom Teachers 1,060 1,314 24%
Other Teachers 202 290 44%
Managers 132 190 44%
Other non-teachers 953 1,197 26%
Total Staff 2,347 2,991 27%
Students Per: 2005 2020
Classroom Teachers 17.4 17.1
Managers 140 118.5
Other non-teachers 19.3 18.7
Employee 7.8 7.5
Notes: All data provided by the Kansas Dept. of Education; years refer to school year. 20 mill property tax was reported as Local Aid in 2005 but is accurately reflected as State Aid beginning in 2015. Students and staff are shown in full time equivalents. Teachers as identified by KSDE. Manager includes superintendents, asst. superintendents, principals, asst. principals, directors, managers, instruction coordinators and curriculum specialists. Carryover cash represents unencumbered balances as of July 1 each year. KSDE developed new state assessment standards effective with the 2015 report and comparisons to prior years cannot be made. KSDE considers Level 2 to be grade-level but those students still require remedial training to be on track to be college and career ready. Beginning in 2018, kindergarten students are counted as full-time instead of half-time, resulting in an artificial increase in reported full-time enrollment.