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COMBINATION CLASSES. Lodi Unified School District Board of Education Meeting July 22, 2014. CURRENT STATUS – All Schools as of JULY 18, 2014. 31 * elementary schools/586 elementary classes: 58 combination classes/ (10.1 %) 19 Title I Schools/330 classes: 35 combination classes/ (9.4%)

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### COMBINATION CLASSES

Lodi Unified School District

Board of Education Meeting

July 22, 2014

CURRENT STATUS – All Schoolsas of JULY 18, 2014
• 31* elementary schools/586 elementary classes:

58 combination classes/(10.1 %)

• 19 Title I Schools/330 classes:

35 combination classes/(9.4%)

• 12 Non-Title I Schools/256 classes:

23 combination classes/(11.1%)

*excluding Serna Charter

K/1- 14 classes*1/2- 7 classes2/3- 8 classes

3/4- 9 classes4/5- 12 classes5/6- 8 classes

Please note: These classes will shift and likely decrease in number between now and the beginning of the school year.

* The number of K/1 classes in particular should decrease as more kindergarteners are registered right before school begins.

GUIDING QUESTION

HOW DOES A SOLUTION

BENEFIT THE STUDENT?

ISSUES FOR BOARD DISCUSSION
• Eliminate combination classes in all schools or in larger schools.

Example: This solution would require 29 FTE

at a cost of \$2,500,000 this year .

ISSUES FOR BOARD DISCUSSION (Continued)

2. Exceed 24 to 1 (K-3) and 30 to 1 (4-6) in

order to reduce or eliminate combination

classes.