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ONLINE AT 2020 PUBLIC EDUCATION EDITION VOLUME 14, ISSUE 6  SEPT. 9OCT. 6, 2020 VOLUME 14, ISSUE 6  SEPT. 9OCT. 6, 2020 Though school began in mid-August, the rst group of students physically entered Leander ISD campuses Sept. 8. Until then, students met their new teachers and classmates via a computer screen rather than in a newly decorated classroom. Students’ homes served as Students return to LISD campuseswith newsafetymeasures in place BY TAYLOR GIRTMAN classroom, cafeteria, playground and library as some parents helped manage simultaneous Zoom calls. The coronavirus pandemic kept stu- dents learning exclusively online for the rst weeks of school, and due to a technical hitch, high schoolers started their school year two days later than younger students. LISD families were evenly split on choosing in-person or virtual learn- ing for their students. However, fam- ilies still have the exibility to switch learning styles after the end of each grading period. The Texas EducationAgency allowed school districts to add up to four addi- tional weeks of virtual learning, an oer that the LISD board of trustees accepted Aug. 27. “We know that it is critically import- ant for our students’ mental health CONTINUED ON 24

BACKTOSCHOOL CONCERNS Leander ISD ocials sought community input on reopening schools after proposing a phased return. The survey found common ground among people either supportive or cautious of in-person learning. LISD used survey responses and focus groups to adjust its reopening schedule. Here are popular themes or concerns from respondents.

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Cox Elementary School in Cedar Park is one of 42 Leander ISD schools reopening to students Sept. 8. (Taylor Girtman/Community Impact Newspaper)

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FROMDENISE: School is now in session! With many working parents juggling Zoom meetings of their own, they have added navigating virtual learning for school with their children to their to-do list. As a working parent myself I have found it to be quite a challenge for our entire family, but we are getting through it together. In this issue we take a closer look at each school within the district (see Page 12). You will nd more information, such as a detailed spotlight on K-12 public schools including accountability ratings and noteworthy highlights. Denise Seiler, GENERALMANAGER

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NOWOPEN 1 Barre3 Cedar Park opened Aug. 6 at 12160 W. Parmer Lane, Ste. 170, Cedar Park. The fitness studio offers one-hour classes that include strength conditioning, cardio and mindfulness. 737-717-3033. www.barre3.com/cedar-park 2 Fit Body Boot Camp , a gym that provides 30-minute boot camp work- outs, opened a Northwest Austin loca- tion Aug. 24. Gym visitors must follow local and state COVID-19 guidelines. The gym is at 14005 N. US 183, Ste. 300, Austin. 979-732-1997. www.lakelinefbbc.com 3 Cedar Park brewery Southpaw Brewing Co. opened Aug. 14 with crowlers to go and four craft brews on tap. The company will later open its taproom. The brewery is located at 2415

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COMING SOON 6 Shiva Jewelers plans to open in Oc- tober at 11066 Pecan Park Blvd., Ste. 520, Austin. The jewelry store will feature East Indian jewelry and cater to the South Asian community, according to owner Amit Patel. 512-567-6372. www.shivajewelers.com 7 Ronald Reagan Crossing , a 100,000-square-foot commercial de- velopment, will begin construction this fall in Leander. The development will be located south of Journey Parkway on Ronald Reagan Boulevard. Retail space, office space and a preschool are planned. 512-761-8025. www.ronaldreagancrossing.com ANNIVERSARIES Fashion Reloved , a Cedar Park-based luxury consignment business, celebrates its fifth anniversary Oct. 5. The business buys and sells authentic luxury brand clothing and accessories in the Greater Austin area. 512-627-2102. https://fashionreloved.com NAME CHANGES 8 Montessori Kids Universe is now Jupiter House Preschool as of Sept. 1. The preschool, located at 1602 Medical Parkway, Cedar Park, offers day care and instruction to children from 6 weeks to 6 years. 512-528-5959. www.jupiterhousepreschool.com

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FEATURED IMPACT RELOCATIONS After 23 years in Austin, Facilities Resource Inc. is relocating headquarters to Cedar Park in 2021. The company oers oce interior design services and corporate renovations for businesses and governments. Darren Ross, the business development manager, said the 25,000-square-foot building will feature an oce showroom with public-use meeting space, an event center and a warehouse. Ross said the building aims to be WELL certied, which is a certication for

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dle School and Rouse High School, the city planned to widen sections of Raider Way and East Woodview Drive. The original design for roadway improvements included development changes that no longer apply. Leander city sta is reviewing proposals for a project redesign, according to city spokesperson Mike Neu. Timeline: TBD Cost: TBD Funding: Leander general obligation bonds 4 San Gabriel Parkway extension This project connects San Gabriel Parkway from CR 270 to Ronald Reagan Boulevard. The central portion of the roadway, or Phase 1, is complete, according to Neu. Phase 2 is in design. Timeline: November 2018-TBD Cost: $1.56 million Funding: Leander general obligation bonds 5 Whitestone, Lakeline, Ronald Reagan boulevards turn lane project This project is under construction and will add or extend right-turn lanes at intersections along Whitestone, Lakeline and Ronald Reagan boulevards. Some medians on US 183 will be adjusted for mobility and safety. Timeline: spring-fall 2020 Cost: $1.3 million Funding: Cedar Park Community Develop- ment Corp. (Type B Board) ALL INFORMATION ON THIS PAGE WAS UPDATED AS OF AUG. 25. NEWS OR QUESTIONS ABOUT THESE OR OTHER LOCAL TRANSPORTATION PROJECTS? EMAIL US AT LCPNEWSCOMMUNITYIMPACT.COM.

UPCOMING PROJECTS 1 Bell Boulevard realignment Bell Boulevard realignment construction began in late August. It relocates part of Bell between Buttercup Creek Boulevard and Cedar Park Drive to the alignment of Old US 183. Road realignment is the critical path for the Bell Boulevard Redevelopment Project. Cedar Park City Council approved a $12 million con- struction agreement with Austin Underground Inc. on Aug. 27. Substantial utility relocation was completed prior to the construction start. Timeline: summer 2020-fall 2021 Cost: $26.7 million Funding: Cedar Park 2015 voter-approved road bond 2 Leander roadway rehabilitation A section of A North Bagdad Road from Live Oak Road to the city limit and the North Creek subdivision will receive pavement repairs for the city’s FY 2020-21 roadway rehabilitation project. B Roads were selected based on need, according to the city. Leander City Coun- cil awarded a $998,245.30 contract to Lone Star Paving Co. on July 16. Timeline: summer 2020 Cost: $998,245.30 Funding: Leander general fund ONGOING PROJECTS 3 Raider Way and East WoodviewDrive improvements To improve trac ow around Wiley Mid-

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Leander bans camping in public areas LEANDER An ordinance to pro- hibit camping or establishing living accommodations in public areas was approved Aug. 20 by Leander City Council. It also establishes a $500 violation ne per day or part of a day. he called Hill Country Community Ministries, which aided the person immediately. Leander Police Chief Greg Minton said there are city services and funds available to help people with hardships and to provide housing and food. BY TAYLOR GIRTMAN

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with the Cedar Park Town Center community to discuss the project. The project will focus on quality rather than getting buildings up, White said. City sta will create an agreement to be sent back to the EDC and City Council for approval.

CEDAR PARK Cedar Park City Council unanimously authorized a memorandum of understanding, or MOU, Aug. 27 with Rose City Partners for development on the 13.41-acre tract next to Cedar Park Town Center. The MOU’s proposed terms include the construction of four 75,000- to 100,000-square-foot four- story oce buildings and a parking garage in the former parkland. The MOU is between the city’s Economic Development Corp. (Type A) and Rose City Partners for the purchase and development of the land. Ben White, the city’s economic development director, said the developers will prioritize meeting

Council Member Jason Shaw said homelessness should be addressed with compassion. He said the city needs to address homelessness and camping now and know what resources are available to help people who may need to sleep in their car a night or two. “I think we need to have a little bit more leeway, a little bit more empathy,” Shaw said. Mayor Troy Hill said there was a recent situation in which there was a person camping, and Hill said

He said the department pushes compassion and empathy when working with people experiencing homelessness. Minton said there needs to be something in place that helps with compliance for public area camping. “Once you set that precedent, then it will overwhelm you quickly,” Minton said. “I don’t think we have a huge problem now, but it’s what’s going to happen in the next ve to 10 years in Leander.”

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Leander water usage exceeds 2015 projections by 37% LEANDER So far in 2020, the city of Leander is using about 37% more water than was envisioned in its 2015 Comprehensive Plan, ocials said. what we were planning for before,” he said. City Council recently approved a long-range water supply study contract. Predicting areas of growth in Leander will be part of how the city identies and chooses future water projects. The city uses two water treatment plants: the Sandy Creek Water Treatment Plant near Lake Tra- vis and the Brushy Creek Regional Utility Authority. BY TAYLOR GIRTMAN

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The gures in that plan represent a signicant underestimation, K. Freise Vice President Dale Murphy said at an Aug. 20 Leander City Council workshop. Murphy’s rm created water models for the city to project water use through 2035. Reasons for the underestimate include rapid population growth and greater use of water per connection than previously used. Murphy said the city’s upcoming water infra- structure projects serve as “catch-up” to move water at the needed rate. “It’s like we’re now trying to catch up to 2023 in

TRAVIS COUNTY The Travis County Repub- lican and Democratic parties have announced their respective nominees for the next Travis County judge, who will succeed former judge and now-state Sen. Sarah Eckhardt following the Nov. 3 election. The county Democratic party announced Aug. 16 it had chosen lawyer and political adviser Andy Brown as its nominee, and the Republicans announced their pick, attorney Michael Lovins, the following day. A special election to replace Eckhardt was triggered when she announced her plans to run for former state Sen. Kirk Watson’s vacated seat in March. Since Eckhardt ocially stepped down May 12, former Travis County Judge Sam Biscoe has served as her interim replacement. Normally, when a county government seat is vacated, the choice goes to the voters in a primary election, but because Eckhardt stepped down after the primary election date, the selections for the nominees were made by the respective county parties. JUDGES AND JUDGE CANDIDATES OF TRAVIS COUNTY Former judge: Sarah Eckhardt Interim judge: Sam Biscoe Democratic candidate: Andy Brown Republican candidate: Michael Lovins

Some upcoming water projects include expan- sions, new pipelines, larger pipelines and elevated storage tanks to create looping and redundancy for improved water ow, Murphy said. San Gabriel Parkway pipeline and elevated storage tank projects will alleviate some demand from the Sandy Creek plant and issue the demand to the BCRUA, which has excess capacity.

LakewoodParkopens inLeander

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LEANDER Lakewood Park in Leander opened to the public Sept. 5. The 125-acre park, located at 2040 Artesian Spring Crossing, includes a recreation lawn, picnic areas, an o-leash dog park, a nature trail, lakeside pavilions, kayak rentals and other amenities. The $8.75 million project was paid through 2018 general obligation bonds, the 2018 parkland dedication fund, 2016 general obligation bond proceeds, 2016 parkland dedication funds, and a Texas Parks and Wildlife Department grant, according to the city. Some project additions are still to be completed.

The park opened Sept. 5. (Courtesy city of Leander)

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Courtmoves forwardwith Confederate statue placement committee WILLIAMSON COUNTY While the initial motion made by Precinct 4 Commissioner Russ Boles was to name the members of the committee in The recent call for its relocation was spurred by the death of George Floyd, a black Minneapolis man who died while in police custody in May, as well as the death of Williamson County local Javier Ambler in 2019, which some say highlights institu- tionalized racism within the country. BY ALI LINAN in favor of the committee, and three were opposed. The establishment of the committee does not mean the statue will be relocated. Instead, it is a search for the appropriateness of its location with historical reason and purpose, commissioners said.

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September, ultimately the court voted to postpone the creation and naming of the members of the committee to December with a possible recommen- dation by that committee to be given to the court at the end of March. “My intent is not to discuss if the statue is appropriate—the statue is appropriate; it’s part of our history; and that is not changing,” Boles said. “What I would like the committee to look at is if the courthouse is the appropriate location for the statue.” The statue—which is of no one in particular—sits on the south side of the courthouse and was installed in 1916 by United Daughters of the Confed- eracy. In the summer, its location brought controversy with those in favor of relocation saying it is a symbol of hate and racism and memorializes the Lost Cause, which posits the loss of the Confederacy as a tragedy.

Cedar Park City Council Typically meets the second and fourth Thursday of the month at 7 p.m. 450 Cypress Creek Road, Bldg. 4 512-401-5000 www.cedarparktexas.gov Leander City Council Typically meets the rst and third Thursday of the month at 6 p.m. 201 N. Brushy St. 512-259-1239 • www.leandertx.gov Travis County Commissioners Court Typically meets Tuesdays at 9 a.m. 700 Lavaca St., Austin 512-854-9020 www.traviscountytx.gov/ commissioners-court Williamson County Commissioners Court Typically meets Tuesdays at 9:30 a.m. 710 S. Main St., Georgetown 512-943-1100 • www.wilco.org MEETINGSWE COVER

Instead, they believe it should be moved to Odd Fellows Cemetery in Georgetown where over 100 Confed- erate soldiers are buried. Those who wish to keep the statue where it is currently located believe its removal or relocation is an erasure of history. The commissioners will each select three people to be on the committee. Court members said they are looking for individuals who understand the history and can be level-headed in discussing a complex issue. “We know what [the citizens of] 1916 thought. I want to know what the citizens of 2020 think,” Boles said. During the meeting, eight indi- viduals spoke on the topic during public comment. Of those, ve were

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2020 PUBLIC EDUCATION EDITION

L E A N D E R I S D S N A P S H O T DISTRICT DATA

COMPILED BY TAYLOR GIRTMAN Leander ISD student enrollment decreased by 1.71% from 2019-20 to 2020-21. The school district teaches students from areas of Austin, Cedar Park, Georgetown, Jonestown, Lago Vista, Leander, Liberty Hill, Round Rock and Volente. SOURCES: LEANDER ISD, TEXAS EDUCATION AGENCYCOMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER *Estimated STUDENT ENROLLMENT 201920 TEACHER STATS

201920SUPERINTENDENT ANNUAL SALARY

TOTAL NUMBER OF TEACHERS

2,754

NEIGHBORING DISTRICT COMPARISON

NEIGHBORING DISTRICT COMPARISON

ROUND ROCK ISD: 3,531

RETENTION RATE 85.8%

NEIGHBORING DISTRICT COMPARISON 86% ROUND ROCK ISD

STARTING TEACHER SALARY

$55,830

2018-19

2017-18

2019-20

2020-21*

2016-17

NEIGHBORING DISTRICT COMPARISON

FROM 201617 +6.67%

ROUND ROCK ISD: $55,688

NOTEWORTHY PROGRAMS • LISD teachers can earn their master’s degree in education with a specialization in educational administration through a partnership with Concordia University Texas. ASPIRING LEADER PROGRAM

201920 ECONOMICALLY DISADVANTAGED STUDENTS 19.36%

• Students in grades 3-12 learn problem- solving and teamwork skills in teams of ve to seven children. DESTINATION IMAGINATION

60.24%

STATE AVERAGE

201920 ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS 7.05%

SCHOOL DISTRICT STATS

*Estimated before 2019-20 audit

TOTAL NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES 5,027

NUMBER OF CAMPUSES 44

FUNDING PER STUDENT $8,633.52*

DISTRICTWIDE GRADUATION RATE 98.9%

20.26%

STATE AVERAGE

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Several updates were made to campuses across Leander ISD. Here is a breakdown of the projects. Jimmy Disler, chief facilities and operations ocer for the district, provided additional information about each one. Leander ISDnishes several constructionprojects

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7 Glenn and 8 Rouse High School , 9 New Hope High School and 10 Leander Extended Opportunity Projects: security upgrades Total cost: $3,525,720

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Funding source: 2017 bond Completed: August 2020

Disler said the completion of security upgrades at these four high school campuses reects the board of trustees prioritizing student safety across the district. 11 Cedar Park High School Projects: additions and renovations, athletic additions and renovations, security upgrades and softball complex safety improvements Total cost: $21,006,327 Funding sources: 2017 bond and major maintenance fund Completed: June-August 2020 This project brings Cedar Park High School’s athletic and physical education facilities up to current district stan- dards, Disler said. 12 Cedar Park Middle School Projects: HVAC update, lights, paint, carpet, security upgrades

Rouse High School

Danielson Middle School

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Total cost: $15,240,743 Funding source: 2017 bond

1 Canyon Ridge , 2 Four Points , 3 Henry , 4 Run- ning Brushy , 5 Stiles and 6 Wiley Middle schools Projects: security upgrades Total cost: $6,552,328

Completed: Phase 1 completed August 2019, Phase 2 completed August 2020, Phase 3 will be completed August 2021 These updates will replace the air conditioning systems at CPMS as well as provide new lights, new carpet and painting of all spaces, according to Disler. 13 Danielson Middle School Project: new school with a 1,200-student capacity Total cost: $63,410,011

Funding source: 2017 bond Completed: August 2020

These updates will complete the process of upgrading security at all LISD middle school campuses as recom- mended in the district’s most recent security audit, Disler said.

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$454.4MILLION was passed in the 2017 Leander ISD bond election to address the needs of growth and safety. The district expects to grow by about 1,200 new students each year.

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16A Vandegrift High School Projects: classroom additions, incubator renovation, security upgrades Total cost: $31,245,385

Leander Middle School

Vandegrift High School

Funding source: 2017 bond Completed: September 2020

Funding source: 2017 bond Completed: August 2020

provided new lights, new carpet and painting of all spaces, Disler said, adding most importantly, it provided additional and collaborative learning spaces for all grade levels. 15 Steiner Ranch Elementary School Projects: HVAC update, lights, paint, carpet, security upgrades Total cost: $8,857,137 Funding source: 2017 bond Completed: Phase 1 completed August 2020, Phase 2 will be completed August 2021 These updates will replace the air conditioning systems at Steiner Ranch Elementary School as well as provide new lights, new carpet and painting of all spaces, Disler said.

Disler said this project added 60,000 square feet of classroom space to help relieve overcrowding at the campus. 16B New agricultural center Total cost: $3,768,160

Disler said Danielson Middle School is a 21st-century learning facility, and it will provide students collabora- tive and innovative learning spaces when it comes online as the district’s newest middle school. 14 Leander Middle School Projects: HVAC update, lights, paint, carpet, security upgrades, classroom addition Total cost: $22,039,543 Funding source: 2017 bond Completed: Phase 1 completed August 2018, Phase 2 completed August 2019, Phase 3 completed August 2020 This project replaced the air conditioning systems,

Funding source: 2017 bond Completed: August 2020

This new agricultural center will be a huge benet for the students and sta in the VHS agriculture program, Disler said. Students will be able to raise their show animals in much closer proximity to their high school.

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AN I N S I D E LOOK AT L E AND E R I S D DATA AND D EMOG R A PH I C S BY C AMP U S CAMPUS DEEP DIVE COMPILED BY TAYLOR GIRTMAN Leander ISD includes 27 elementary, nine middle, six high and two alternative schools. Danielson Middle School is opening for the 2020-21 school year. Bagdad, Larkspur, Plains and Pleasant Hill elementary schools are feeder schools to the new Leander middle school, and Danielson graduates will attend Glenn High School. SOURCES: LEANDER ISD, TEXAS EDUCATION AGENCYCOMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER

ACCOUNTABILITYRATINGS FOR 2020 AND BEYOND All Texas school districts and campuses will receive a Not Rated: Declared State of Disaster label for their 2020 accountability ratings, according to the Texas Education Agency. Texas students take the State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness each year to measure standards in reading, writing, math, science and social studies and are traditionally given letter grades ranging from A-F based on performance. Although the coronavirus pandemic is ongoing, the state has said all students will be required to take the STAAR exam in 2021, as of press time. The ratings are based on several categories, including Student Achievement, School Progress and Closing the Gaps, all of which compare student performance.

2019 RATING

B LEANDER

ISD OVERALL RATING Exemplary performance Recognized performance Acceptable performance In need of improvement Unacceptable performance

DEMOGRAPHICS

ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS 201920 DATA

Feeder schools

COMPARING ISD SCORES

NEIGHBORING SCHOOL DISTRICT 2019 OVERALL RATINGS AUSTIN ISD B GEORGETOWN ISD B ROUND ROCK ISD B

1 Akin

921

8.25% <10 218 27 162 <10 61 449 35, 36

2 Bagdad

654 66.82% <10 <10 23 361

<10 36 222 30, 33

3 Block House Creek

620 622

20% <10 26 <30 165 0 47 358 32, 36

4 Bush

1.93% <10 86 <10 84 0 39 405

28 33

5 Camacho

764 38.61% <10 <10 31 275 <10 39 405

DEMOGRAPHICS

6 Cox

559 12.88% <10 66 <20 122 0 31 320 32

7 Cypress

604 12.25% 0 35 12 125 0 51 381 693 4.62% <10 67 <20 93 0 40 477

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8 Deer Creek

HIGH SCHOOLS 201920 DATA

9 Faubion 10 Giddens

448 43.08% <10 <20 24 124 0 30 245 29, 32

549 53.92% 0 <20 55 214 <10 36 221 442 32.35% 0 40 38 112 <10 <40 217 593 58.01% 0 <10 40 307 0 <40 205

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2,082 10.47% <20 148 60 420 <10 83 1,360 99.6% 1,734 29.64% <10 31 114 635 <10 77 865 N/A 2,183 23.32% <10 121 131 680 <10 105 1,138 98.5%

553

17% <10 11

17 135 <10 56 329 30

38 Glenn

14 Mason

664 23.49% <10 32 35 153 0 <40 411

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39 Leander

15 Naumann 16 Parkside

496 20.97% <10 22 <20 99 0 39 316 29 1,005 3.68% <10 305 <20 123 0 49 504 35

40 Rouse

1,782 14.93% <10 121 73 411

<10 84 1,082 99.7%

41 Vandegrift 42 Vista Ridge

2,755 7.08% <10 339 87 458 <10 111 1,753 99.4% 2,466 16.3% <10 333 118 595 <10 101 1,310 99.1%

17 Plain

624 22.12% <10 <20 42 185 0 33 351 648 28.7% <10 <20 23 167 0 46 391 937 10.34% 0 196 <40 198 <10 60 451

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18 Pleasant Hill

30, 36 32, 35

19 Reagan

2 0 1 8  1 9 S T U D E N T  T E A C H E R DEMOGRAPHIC BREAKDOWN

20 Reed

796 47.74% <10 53 61 442 0 <50 196 32

21 River Place 22 River Ridge 23 Rutledge 24 Steiner Ranch 25 Westside 26 Whitestone

780 21.67% <10 87 65 183 0 <60 391

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651 10.14% 0 74 <10 82 <10 57 428 28

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7.51% <10 243 14 219 <10 58 435

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574 14.98% 0 53 <20 119 <10 34 349 28

DISTRICTWIDE STATE AVERAGE

625 6.72% 0 42 <10 116 <10 27 431 847 24.56% <10 32 <30 320 0 46 421 729 8.09% <10 54 <30 164 0 50 432

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STUDENTS

TEACHERS

DEMOGRAPHICS

4.1%

12.6%

2.10%

10.6%

AFRICAN AMERICAN

MIDDLE SCHOOLS 201920 DATA 28 Canyon Ridge 29 Cedar Park 30 Danielson 31 Four Points

Feeder schools

0.3%

0.4%

0.10%

0.3%

AMERICAN INDIAN

1,230 5.04% <10 167 20 183 <10 64 791 1,324 9.37% <10 107 25 263 <10 75 847

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ASIANPACIFIC ISLANDER

8.6%

4.7%

1.40%

1.9%

20.9% <10 82 59 173 <10 55 403

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32 Henry 33 Leander

1,382 22.21% <10 155 79 377 <10 80 683

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1,151 34.84% <10 24 52 482 <10 51 534 38, 39 1,284 34.35% <10 62 78 443 <10 48 648 39 1,532 8.36% <10 283 35 292 <10 80 836 40, 42 1,188 23.82% <10 <30 62 362 0 57 674 40

34 Running Brushy

25.7%

52.6%

11.80%

27.7%

35 Stiles 36 Wiley

HISPANIC

SCHOOL STATS

5.1%

2.4%

1.50%

1.1%

MULTIPLE RACES

OF CAMPUSES HAVE A HIGHER PERCENTAGE OF ECONOMICALLY

DISADVANTAGED STUDENTS THAN THE STATE AVERAGE 0.02%

IS THE OLDEST CAMPUS IN THE DISTRICT. IT FIRST

OPENED IN 1974 . Leander Middle Hispanic/Latino

56.2%

27.4%

83%

58.4%

WHITE

STUDENTS MAKE UP AT LEAST 25% OF STUDENTS AT 38% OF CAMPUSES.

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