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Mount Vernon School District
  Superintendent Carl Bruner
3604286110    (more info)
  124 E LAWRENCE ST MOUNT VERNON 98273-2999
Northwest Educational Service District 189
 
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2009-10 Results (Administration Info)
Grade LevelReadingMathWritingScience
3rd Grade 54.7%47.3%  
4th Grade 48.6%39.4%51.4% 
5th Grade 52.6%33.7% 16.7%
6th Grade 56.4%46.7%  
7th Grade 56.3%40.0%66.3% 
8th Grade 63.0%41.3% 50.4%
10th Grade 65.3%30.9%75.8%36.4%
Student Demographics
Enrollment
October 2009 Student Count6,231
May 2010 Student Count6,180
Gender (October 2009)
Male3,13550.3%
Female3,09649.7%
Race/Ethnicity (October 2009)
Hispanic / Latino of any race(s)3,08149.4%
American Indian / Alaskan Native981.6%
Asian1552.5%
Black / African American1081.7%
Native Hawaiian / Other Pacific Islander320.5%
White2,69043.2%
Special Programs
Free or Reduced-Price Meals (May 2010)3,97364.3%
Special Education (May 2010)85613.9%
Transitional Bilingual (May 2010)1,45423.5%
Migrant (May 2010)66410.7%
Section 504 (May 2010)210.3%
Foster Care (May 2010)360.6%
Other Information (more info)
Unexcused Absence Rate (2009-10)2,9270.5%
Annual Dropout Rate (2008-09)1106.3%
Estimated Annual On-Time Graduation Rate (2008-09)27665.2%
Estimated Annual Extended Graduation Rate (2008-09)31273.7%
College/University enrollment rates of graduates
Information on Homeless Students may be found here

Teacher Information (2009-10)  (more info)
Classroom Teachers352
Average Years of Teacher Experience12.3
Teachers with at least a Master's Degree64.2%
Total number of teachers who teach core academic classes300
% of teachers teaching with an emergency certificate0.0%
% of teachers teaching with a conditional certificate0.0%
Total number of core academic classes1,333
ESEA Highly Qualified Teacher Information
% of classes taught by teachers meeting ESEA highly qualified (HQ) definition100.0%
   % of classes taught by teachers who do not meet ESEA HQ definitionN/A
% of classes in high poverty schools taught by teachers who meet ESEA HQ definition100.0%
   % of classes in high poverty schools taught by teachers who do not meet ESEA HQ definition0.0%
% of classes in low poverty schools taught by teachers who meet ESEA HQ definitionN/A
   % of classes in low poverty schools taught by teachers who do not meet ESEA HQ definition0.0%