District Snapshot for:

Basehor-Linwood (458)

Spending Per Pupil

Metric
2005
2022
% Change
Instruction

$3,362

$8,366
149%
Student Support

$197

$1,168
493%
Staff Support

$246

$235
-4%
Administration

$1,268

$1,260
-1%
Operations & Maint

$1,013

$1,256
24%
Transportation

$518

$613
18%
Food Service

$306

$516
69%
Other

$0

$89
0%
Capital

$321

$576
79%
Debt

$585

$3,078
426%
TOTAL

$7,817

$17,157
119%

Aid Per Pupil

Metric
2005
2022
% Change
State

$4,818

$9,488
97%
Federal

$123

$1,178
858%
Local

$2,876

$6,491
126%
TOTAL

$7,817

$17,157
119%

Carryover Cash

Metric
2005
2022
% Change
Capital Outlay

$312,339

$3,251,266
941%
Debt Service

$718,656

$6,830,608
850%
Federal

$0

$-160,955
0%
All Other

$717,046

$4,055,686
466%
TOTAL

$1,748,041

$13,976,605
700%

State Assessment Results

% of Students on Track to be College & Career Ready (Levels 3 & 4)
Grade
District
State Avg.

Low Income

Not Low Income
Low Income
Not Low Income

English Language Arts

4th

40%

57.7%
26.3%
54.8%
8th

13.6%

37.7%
10.8%
27.4%
10th

7.1%

34.1%
13.7%
32.1%

Math

4th

16.7%

58.8%
19%
47.7%
8th

9.1%

39.7%
9.5%
28.5%
10th

0%

34.6%
8.5%
27.6%

Employment & Enrollment

Demographic Group
2005
2022
% Change
Students

2,047.1

2,874.4
40%
Classroom Teachers

94.0

152.4
62%
Other Teachers

5.0

38.0
660%
Managers

16.0

26.9
68%
Other Non-Teachers

71.9

150.3
109%
TOTAL

367.6

97
97%
Students Per:
2005
2022
Classroom Teacher

21.8

18.9
Manager

127.9

106.9
Other Non-Teachers

28.5

19.1
Employee

11.0

7.8

Notes: All data provided by the Kansas Dept. of Education; years refer to school year. 20 mill property tax was reported as Local Aid in 2005 but is accurately reflected as State Aid beginning in 2015. Students and staff are shown in full time equivalents. Teachers as identified by KSDE. Manager includes superintendents, asst. superintendents, principals, asst. principals, directors, managers, instruction coordinators and curriculum specialists. Carryover cash represents unencumbered balances as of July 1 each year. KSDE developed new state assessment standards effective with the 2015 report and comparisons to prior years cannot be made. KSDE considers Level 2 to be grade-level but those students still require remedial training to be on track to be college and career ready. Beginning in 2018, kindergarten students are counted as full-time instead of half-time, resulting in an artificial increase in reported full-time enrollment.