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Why it Matters: It can be argued that there is a correlation between enrollment loss and fiscal health. Enrollment loss can be caused by many factors (economy, demographics, migration, etc.,) and thus changes the amount of revenue provided by the state from their allocation of Foundation Allowance (FA). This Enrollment indicator measures enrollment change. School Districts can manage a minimal loss in enrollment. If a district lost more than a minimal enrollment percentage, it scores a 1, otherwise it is assigned a 0. (n022) (o116)

Data Source: The school district financial data comes from two sources. Historic data is provided by downloads from the Michigan Department of Education, Center for Educational Performance and Information (CEPI) Financial Information Database (FID). Future data is loaded by the respective school district financial department. (n040)

Data Table for Huron Valley Peer Group DAW

District NameSchool YearEnrollmentPrior Year
Enrollment
Percent
Change
Huron Valley Schools20189,0809,114-0.4
20179,1149,396-3.0
20169,3969,642-2.6
20159,6429,698-0.6
20149,6989,850-1.5
20139,8509,950-1.0
20129,95010,121-1.7
201110,12110,285-1.6
201010,28510,360-0.7
200910,36010,512-1.4
200810,51210,631-1.1
200710,63110,6310.0
South Lyon Community Schools20178,2757,9943.5
20167,9947,6634.3
20157,6637,4403.0
20147,4407,3431.3
20137,3437,0763.8
20127,0767,0650.2
20117,0657,0580.1
20107,0587,065-0.1
20097,0657,0630.0
20087,0636,9731.3
20076,9736,9730.0