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Tracking school behavior: By the numbers

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Schools Stats

  • School Districts: Anthony Wayne, Bowling Green, Findlay, Maumee, Oregon, Perrysburg, Springfield, Sylvania, Toledo, Washington Local
  • School years:  2009-2010, 2010-2011, 2011-2012
  • Source:  Ohio Department of Health

Two Toledo Schools that Stood Out: (overall discipline incidents: fighting, drugs, theft, harassment/intimidation, disruptive behavior)

Leverette, K-8 – 3433 incidents, Avg. enrollment: 396

Jones, K-8 – 3411 incidents, Avg. enrollment: 341

 

Middle Schools Vs. High Schools (overall discipline incidents: fighting, drugs, theft, harassment/intimidation, disruptive behavior)

Bowling Green Middle School – 140 incidents

                High School – 81 incidents

Perrysburg Middle/Jr. High School – 97

                High School – 58 incidents

Springfield Middle School – 1153 incidents

                High School – 794 incidents

Sylvania Arbor Hills Middle/Jr. High – 74 incidents

                Northview High School – 58 incidents

                Southview High School – 41 incidents

 

Fewest Incidents Reported (overall discipline incidents: fighting, drugs, theft, harassment/intimidation, disruptive behavior)

Washington Local: Jackman Elementary – 11

Findlay: Washington Elementary – 12

Springfield: Dorr St. Elementary – 13

 

Fewest Incidents Reported in Toledo Public Schools (overall discipline incidents: fighting, drugs, theft, harassment/intimidation, disruptive behavior)

Edgewater Elementary – 16

Larchmont Elementary – 56

Old West End Academy – 58

 

Fewest Incidents Reported in High Schools (overall discipline incidents: fighting, drugs, theft, harassment/intimidation, disruptive behavior)

Sylvania Southview – 41

Sylvania Northview – 58

Perrysburg High School – 58

Bowling Green High School - 81

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