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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 trivial loss in enrollment. If a district lost enrollment more than -2.7%, then it scores a 1, otherwise it is assigned a 0. A chronic trend in enrollment declines is a sign of fiscal distress. For this reason, the indicator score is based on three years of enrollment change. (n050) (o97)

Data Source: The school district financial data comes from two sources. Historic data is provided by downloads from the State Department of Education. Future data is loaded by the respective school district financial department. (n040)

Enrollment Numbers Per Year for WMISD SCHOOLS

District Name2005200620072008200920102011201220132014201520162017201820192020
Cadillac Area Public Schools33453304326132353187318931413038303130793059308831443143
Lake City Area School District1210121312021155115911411144115211461144113511281147.17117211611174
Manton Consolidated Schools109110811087106710451023988965943931952964992967952973
Marion Public Schools701649650635567557553562575563.74560549503504.56456447
McBain Rural Agricultural Schools1056105310391019106710761102109410681031100910171020104810241065
Mesick Consolidated Schools898877835806790749762736706672642628614615644620
Pine River Area Schools1320128312711258123512331229120811741070108710581044107510701069