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ANNUAL REPORT



Department of Education

For the Year ending June 30, 1967



Tabulation of the School Returns

End of Year Data
School Year ending June 30, 1967

and
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DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION



BOARD OF EDUCATION

WILLIAM G. SALTONSTALL

Chairman

MRS. RAE CECILIA KIPP

Vice-Chaiiman

RICHARD L. BANKS MRS. DOROTHY ROBINSON

WALTER N. BORG JOSEPH SALERNO

ALLAN R. FINLAY MATTHEW STEPANSKI

WILLIAM H. GASSETT JOHN S. SULLIVAN

JOSEPH G. WEISBERG

Commissioner of Education
OWEN B. KIERNAN

Deputy Commissioner of Education
THOMAS J. CURTIN

Division of Research and Development

JAMES F. BAKER

Assistant Commissioner



ANNUAL REPORT

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

PART II
SECTION B

END OF YEAR DATA 1966-67

INTRODUCTION

The following pages present important statistics regarding enrollment and
financial data for school districts in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.

End-of-year enrollment data indicate for each school district the average
daily attendance (ADA), average daily membership (ADM), and net average
membership (NAM) for pupils enrolled in regular day programs, special educa-
tion, and independent vocational schools.

Financial data, first presented in tabular form, provide alphabetical listings
by community of revenues directed to education from local, state, and federal
sources; and analyses of the application of these funds in relation to various popu-
lation and valuation bases.

To obtain an understanding of the sources of these funds and their applica-
tion or expenditure for the Commonwealth and for individual communities. Source
and Application Statements are presented in the Appendix for the State as a whole
and for the individual communities.

It is anticipated that the tabular presentations in TABLES I through- VI
will give an opportunity for comparison between communities as rankings are
reported. It is hoped that the source and application statements will provide a
basis for a summary analysis of revenues and expenditures for each community.

Information used to create these statements was reported through the End-
of-Year Financial and Statistical Report to the Division of Research and Develop-
ment of the Department of Education by each municipal school district, regionally
operated school district, and public school operated by a Board of Trustees.



TABLE OF CONTENTS

PAGE
TABLE I END OF YEAR ENROLLMENT DATA: REGULAR DAY PROGRAM 2



TABLE II END OF YEAR ENROLLMENT DATA: SPECIAL EDUCATION 14



TABLE III END OF YEAR ENROLLMENT DATA: VOCATIONAL EDUCATION 26



TABLE IV REVENUES PER PUPIL IN NET AVERAGE MEMBERSHIP

Local, State, Federal, and Total Revenues including State Ranking 38



TABLE V POPULATION AND VALUATION ANALYSES

Census and Valuation Data; Funds Applied per $1,000 Valuation and Per Capita;
Equalized Valuation Per School Attending Child; State Ranking 46



TABLE VI TRANSPORTATION ANALYSES 53



APPENDIX STATE SUMMARY OF SOURCE AND APPLICATION STATEMENTS:

CITIES AND TOWNS AND REGIONALS 59



SOURCE AND APPLICATION STATEMENTS FOR CITIES, TOWNS AND
REGIONALS 61



TABLE 1 REGULAR DAY SCHOOL






ENROLlMtMT


TUmON


NON-










CITY


CITY, TOWN, OR


t


J>


1


PAID


RESIDENT


CODE


REGIONAL SCHOOL


f


^


PUPILS


PUPILS






i


1


1










£


J


Ji










1.


2.


3.


4.


5.


1


ABINGTOiN


1.300


471


775


.


6


2


ACTON


2.092






1.394


4


3


ACUSHNET


586


290


-


176


2




ADAMS


1.066


556


602


73


192


5


AGA«AM


2.492


768


1,296


-


9


6


ALFORD


22


-


28


50


-


7


AMESBURY


1.029


.


624


55


31


8


AMHERST


1.250


.




966


3


9


ANDOVER


2,860


1.132


915


-


25


10


ARLINGTON


5.175


1.255


2,509


-


11


u


ASHBURNHAM


425


-


-


344


1


12


ASHBY


334


91


161


-


3


/13


ASHFIELD


227




75


-


27


U


ASHLAND


932


775


582





14


15


ATHOL


1,330


349


667


1,006


85


16


ATTLEBORO


4,240


1.586


1,071


.


9


17


AUBURN


2,036


648


1,031


-


U


18


AVON


858


_


547


.


14


19


AYER


2,461


-


1,235


-


271


20


BARMSTABLE


2,456


634


1.027


.


2,


21


BARRE


522




359


-


38


22


BECKET


171


-


-


97


54


23


BEDFORD


1,878


485


956


.


6


24


BELCHERTOl.N


645


180


297


-


11


25


BELLINGhAK


1,422




1.048


.


22


26


BELMONT


2,489


1,000


999


6




27


BERKLEY


218


112


89


89


.


28


BERLIN


309




.


214


7


29


BERNARDSTON


273


_


.


174


1


30


BEVERLY


4.042


1,928


1.556




7


31


BILLERICA


5.403




1.496


-


18


32


BLACKSTONE


731


_


322


6


43


33


BLANDFORD


140


.








34


BOLTON


315


-


-


120


-


35


BOSTON


59.292


13,512


19.600


.


488


36


BOURNE


3,070


643


694


6


75


37


BOXBOROUGH


219






135




38


BOXFORD


611


-


.


461


_


39


B0YL5T0N




.


_


280


2


40


BRAINTREE


4.768


1,924


1.596


34


30


41


BREWSTER


212


_




74




42


BRIOGEWATER


1,871


_


_


610


7


43


BRIMFIELD


224


.


198


200


6


44


BROCKTON


9,349


3.657


3.023




37


45


BROOKFIELD


281




247


248




46


BROOKLINE


4,737


_


2.345


1


176


47


BUCKLANU




137




370


65


48


BURLINGTON


3.388




2,606




7


49


CAMBRIDGE


7,498


-


3,037


_


119


50


CANTON


1,761


541


1,003


4


1


51


CARLISLE


472






149




52


CARVER


366




.


149


^


53


CHARLEMONT




.


108


112


2


54


CHARLTON


526


.


516


6


10


55


CHATHAM


483


143


252


_


5


56


CHELMSFORD


4,192


1,052


1.584


.


11


57


CHELSEA


2,794


1,121


1.018


_


6


58


CHESHIRE


470






170


3


59


CHESTER


176




59




5


60


CHESTERFIELD


148






33


2


61


CHICOPEE


9,790




3.479




15


62


CHILMARK


39






23




63


CLARKSBURG


297




.


85


1


64


CLINTON


888




911






65


COHASSET


1,032




659


12


.


66


COLRAIN


248


.




108


1


67


CONCORD


2,873


-


_


1,012






CONWAY


115






76





TABLE 1 CONTINUED |




AVERAGE










AVERAGE


NUMBER




NET






DAILY


OF DAYS IN


AVERAGE


AVERAGE


AGGREGATE


CITY


ATTENDANCE


SESSION


MEMBERSHIP


MEMBERSHIP


ATTENDANCE


CODE


6,


7.


8.


9.


10.




2.365


180


2,467


2,461


425,819


J


3.197


180




3,397


575.454


2


993


180


863


1,037


178.590


3


2.041


180


2,188


2,069


369.413




4,159


180


4.357


4,348


748.597


5














1.498


180


1,621


1,645


273,564


7


2.094


183


1,231


2,194


382,906


8


4.571


180


4,808


4,783


821,038


9


8.210


180


8.749


8,738


1,427.557


10


392


180


414


757


70.505




530




560


557


94,145


12


293


180


306


279


52,361


13


2.143


180


2,266


2,252


384,055


14


2.146




1,295


2,216


386,214


15


5.728


181


6,149


6,140


1,041,729


16


3.516


181


3,701


3,690


634,845


17


1.307


180


1,381


1,367


235,287


18


2.847


180


3,028


2,757


512,466


19


3.734


180


3,991


3,989


669,923


20


811


180


863


825


145,976


21


202


182


169


212


36,626


22


3.063




3,214


3,208


552,658


23


996


180


1,060


1,049


179,390


24


2,204


180


2,381


2,359


397,416


25


4,084


179


4,333


4,335


730,917


26


395


180


332


421


71,143


27


281


180


295


502


50,563


28


255


180


265


438


45,850


29


6.968


180


7.364


7,357


1,248,364


30


6.275


180


6,732


6,714


1,127,326


31


973


180


1,036


999


174,905


32


133


180


141


185


23,945


33


294


180


307


427


52,915


34


78.003


180


86,382


85,894


14,040,540


35


3.599


180


3,790


3,721


6,459


36


340


180


214


214


61,120


37


979


180


582


1,043


176,254


38


392


180


412


690


70,600


39


7.659


ISO


8,128


8,132


1,374,002


40




180


197


197


33.051


41


1.743


180


1,863


2,466


313.631


42


209


180


219


413


37.413


43


14.715


180


15,674


15,637


2,644,799


44


260


180


240


487


46,492


45


6,307


179


6,906


6,731


1,129,079


46


133


180


138


443


23,876


47


5.508


180


5,827


5,820


990,196


48


9.296


181


10,136


10,017


1,679,249


49


3.048


180


3.210


3,213


563,246


50


436


180


458


458


78.558


51


349


180


365


510


627.810


52


101


185


107


106


18.598


53


942


180


1.042


1,038


169.002


54


805


180


859


854


144,850


55


6.318


181


6.687


6,683


1,139,993


56


4.286


180-


4,791


4,785


771,476


57


438


180


464


461


78,741


58


218


180


231


226


39,255


59


280




146


177


25,206


60


11.506


180


12,407


12.392


2.071,114


61


33
282




35


58


5.896


62


180


298


382


50.802


63


1.642


179


1,763


1.763


293.548


64


1 .546




1,640


1.652


279,910


65


335


180


238


345


57.289


66


2,658


179


2.795


2.795


476.728


67


105




110


110


18.913


68



TABLE 1 REGULAR DAY SCHOOL




ENROLLMENT


TUITION


NON-










CITY


CITY, TOWN, OR


1


:&


1


PAID


RESIDENT


CODE


REGIONAL SCHOOL


z


PUPILS


PUPILS






1


i


1










1.


2.


3.


4.


5.


69


CUMMINGTON


81


_


_


45




70


OALTON


564


538


.


514




71


DANVERS


3<964




1,141


12




72


DARTMOUTH


2.726


-


978


-




,73


DEDHAM


2.955


1,211


1,065


_






DEERFIELD


534






339




75


DENNIS




_


.


308




76


DIGHTON


486


258


223


223




77


DOUGLAS


344


.


252


.




78


DOVER


685


_




224




79


DRACUT


1.680


1,020


1.212






80


DUDLEY


729


316


_


258




81


DUNSTABLE


167




.


132




82


DUXBURY


986


.


691






83


EAST BRIDGEWATER


1.479


.


514


13




8*


EAST BROOKFIELD


308


-




128




85


EASTHAM


186


-


-


148




86


EASTHAMPTON


1.188


344


762


.


124


87


EAST LONGMEADOW


1.812


578


902


-




88


EASTON


1.792


479


722


_




89


EDGARTOWN


236






94




90


EGREMONT


125


.


110


235




91


ERVING


239


.




144




92


ESSEX


437


_


_


130




93


EVERETT


4,315


1,715


1.555


5




94


FAIRHAVEN


1.561


720


602






95


FALL RIVER


6,962


1,738


2.383


2


139


96


FALMOUTH


3.205




1.083


22




97


FITCHBURG


4.331


_


2.030


9




98


FLORIDA


138


_




26




99


FOXBOROUGH


2.233


.


765






100


FRAMINGHAM


7.076


_


4,058


.




101


FRANKLIN


2.670


_


955


_




102


FREETOWN


490


-




373




103


GARDNER


1.578


.


1,141


_




104


GAY HEAD


8


_




15




105


GEORGETOWN


775


_


544






nob


GILL


219


.




99




107


GLOUCESTER


3.690


-


1,581


3


137


108


GOSHEN


84


-








109


GOSNOLD




-


_


5




110


GRAFTON


1,309


546


377






111


GRANBY


853




647


.




112


GRANVILLE


222


_




69




113


GREAT BARRINGTON


1,052


.


447






XI U


GREENFIELD


1,933


774


887


6




115


GROTON


542


270


362


_




116


GROVELAND


755






525




117


HADLEY


412


_


442


.




118


HALIFAX


392


-


243


243




119


HAMILTON


1,090


293


-


480




120


HAMPDEN


646


159


210


210




121


HANCOCK


92






48




122


HANOVER


1,326


_


859






123


HANSON


1,075


.




354




124


HARDWICK


273


.


121






125


HARVARD


351


-


237


-




126


HARWICH


610


177


253


_




127


HATFIELD


445




195


_




128


HAVERHILL


5,023


-


2,075


.




■129


HAWLEY


_


.




50




•130


HEATH


55


_


_


55




131


H INGHAM


2,756


1,088


898






132


HINSDALE


252






101




133


HOLBROOK


1.864


-


716


5




134


HOLDEN


1.572


490


.


789




135


HOLLAND


156




103


104


2


136


HOLLISTON


1.757




997


13


10







TABLE 1 CONTINUED




AVERAGE










AVERAGE


NUMBER




NET

AVERAGE

MEMBERSHIP






DAILY
ATTENDANCE


OF DAYS IN
SESSION


AVERAGE
MEMBERSHIP


AGGREGATE
ATTENDANCE


CITY
CODE


6.


7.


8.


9.


10.




79

1,525

4,756

3,420

4,926

474

727

916

552

640

3,644

988

158

1.553

1,628

293

164


180
181
ISO
180
181
180
180
180
180
180
180
178
180
180
180
180
180


81

1,082

5,021

3,610

5,213

518

778

742

580

678

3,802

1.040

166

1,660

2,026

304

173


126
1,595
5,016
3.603
5,188

518
1,083

965

577

3,778

1,298

298

1,671

2,028

426

173


14,153
276,561
856,094
613,587
891,646

89,664
130,425
157,534

99,384

115,175

6,556

175,123

28,4<|0
279,546
110,834

52,739

29,557


69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85


2,107

3,107

2,782

222

202


183
180
181
180
180


2,219

3,224

2.962

234

225


2,095

3.213

2.938

328

223


287,589
559,435
502,701
39,972


86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100


209
524
6,698
2,667
9,949
3,839
5,704
1,334
2,777
11,154


180
180
181
179
180
180
180
183
181
180


225

412
7,235
2,792
10,655
4,103
6,127
139
2,955
11,812


369
542
7.194
2.788
10.518
4.054
6.118
164
2.954
11.790


34.833

94.308

1.209.736

477.127

3,025.638

688,569

1.020,237

24,451

502,548

1,991.040


3,242


177


3,500


3.486


573,623


101


463


181


493


866


83,806


102


2,615

6

1,230

203


180


2,736


2.731


470,462


103


180
180
180


6

1,287

214


21

1.274

312


1,030
221,383
36,574


104
105
106


4,821


180


5,135


5,001


865,733


107


79
2,106


180


84


102


1,414


108


182
182


3
2,210


8
2.202


1,483
383,044


109
110


1,387


182


1,460


1 .444


252,531


111


210


180


222


283


29.704


112


1,426


181


1,486


1.446


258.104


113


3,344


180


3,519


3.501


594.856


114


1 ,103


180


1,157


1.073


198.665


115


728


180


750


1.272


130.916


116


800


181


853


853


145.643


117


372


180


394


635


66.989


118


1,306


180


1,370


1.844


234.960


119


970
87


180


814


1.024


174.317


120


181


90


132


15.788


121


2,053


180


2,180


2.176


368.468


122


1,019


181


1,077


1.427


183.679


123


376


180


395


389


655


124


558


180


580


578


100.179


125


923


180


990


990


166.149


126


602


180


627


626


108.280


127


6,481


180


6,952


6,916


1.162.801


128








50—




129


51


185


52


106


9.410


130


4,371


180


4,666


4,660


783.819


131


326


182


249


337


58.612


132


2,368


181


2,505


2,499


428.227


133


1,947


181


2.046


2,834


352.483


134


138


180


145


247


24.780


135


2,465


180


2,611


2,614


441.468


136



TABLE 1 REGULAR DAY SCHOOL




ENROLLMENT
















TUITION


NON-


CITY


CITY, TOWN, OR


t


1


1


PAID


RESIDENT


CODE


REGIONAL SCHOOL


J


i


J


PUPILS


PUPILS






1.


2.


3.


4.


5.


137


HOLYOKE


4,774


1,474


1,835




28


138


HOPEDALE


549




417






139


HOPKINTON


832


-


653




1


140


HUB8ARDST0N


265


.


87




2


141


HUDSON


1.835


544


479




6


142


HULL


1,494


557


499




9


143


HUNTINGTON


281


.


.




40


144


IPSWICH


975


562


597




7


145


KINGSTON


527




458




.


146


LAKEVILLE


537


-


_




1


147


LANCASTER


587


.


.




3


148


LANESBOROUGH


436


.


.




I


149


LAWRENCE


6,184


_


2,095




10


150


LEE


1,012


.


501




76


151


LEICESTER


1,355


-


554




25


152


LENOX


700


_


438




8


153


LEOMINSTER


2,841


1,157


978




16


VI 54


LEVERETT


119


_


_




.


155


LEXINGTON


4,532


1,423


2,312




34


H56


LEYDEN


70








3


157


LINCOLN


1,051


_


_




20


158


LITTLETON


901


.


651






159


LONGMEADOW


2,901


.


1,025




3


160


LOWELL


8,541


2,769


2.998




77


161


LUDLOW


2,071


624


1,051




10


152


LUNENBURG


1,436




576




3


163


LYNN


7,751


3,586


3.270




274


164


LYNNFIELD


1,369


594


509






165


MALDEN


5,373


2,174


1.949




59


156


MANCHESTER


674


-


397




3


157


MANSFIELD


1.565


_


569




2


158


MARBLEHEAD


2,285


928


920




4


159


MARION


405


_


_




_


170


MARLBOROUGH


3,258


503


1.110




10


171


MARSHFIELD


1,878


726


539




7


172


MASHPEE


215










173


MATTAP0I5ETT


475


.


.




2


174


MAYNARD


1,365


.


496




1


175


MEDFIELD


1.080


511


476




3


176


MEDFORD


5.788


2,295


2.035




68


177


MEDWAY


1.256




741




7


178


MELROSE


5.196


.


2.115




57


179


MENDON


329


_






3


180


MERRIMAC


535


-


-




8


181


METHUEN


2.538


1,303


1.014




28


182


MIDDLEBOROUGH


2.007




748




10


183


MIDDLEFIELD


39


-








184


MIODLETON


529


_


_




7


185


MILFORD


1.807


_


837




15


186


MILLBURY


1.268


540


449




13


187


MILLIS


1.128


359


235




3


188


MILLVILLE


303


_


_




.


189


MILTON


2.058


966


1.043




1


•190


MONROE


25










191


MONSON


707


_


531




I,


A92


MONTAGUE


1.136


324


703




71


193


MONTEREY


65




61






194


MONTGOMERY




_






_


195


MOUNT WASHINGTON


4


3


1




_


195


NAHANT


475


202






.


197


NANTUCKET


507




199




.


198


NATICK


4,953


1,849


1.582




30


199


NEEDHAM


3,994


1,595






4


200


NEW ASHFORD


9




_






201


NEW BEDFORD


9,275


3,273


2.605




187


202


NEW BRAINTREE


57










203


NEWBURY


645


-


_




5


204


NEWBURYPORT


2,005




1,251




504



TABLE I CONTINUED



AVERAGE

DAILY

ATTENDANCE



1.009

1.414

257

2.740

2,319

246

2.050

578

503

548

399

7.322

1.392

1.802

1.049

4.635



1,452
3.636

12.767
3.504
1.855

13,222
2,513
8,740
995
2,022
3,841
380
4,587



,863
165
461



OK DAYS IN
SESSION



AVERAGE
MEMBERSHIP



7,646

1,065

1.487

268

2.914

2,541

257

2,097

610

532

577

420

7,872

1,478

1,874





.036




.531




.844




.624




,694




,967




,153




,603




,410




,048




,125




,12R




407




,887




.023




174




483




811




996


10


034




958




226




326




530




737




710




41




525




574




238



NET

AVERAGE

MEMBERSHIP



9.

7.617

1.065

1.487

353

2.908

2.536

349

2.090

1.068

922

802

737

7.863

1,402

1,850

1,075

4,925



103
1,016
1,532
3,841

13,547
3,684
1,964

13.954
2,603
9,351
1,045
2.124
4,124
729
4.884

3.016

268

876

1.810

1.993

9.971

1.949

7.159

323



957
2.559
2.225
1,595



AGGREGATE
ATTENDANCE



542


.494


18:


.565


2


.526


46


.183


49(


.315


412


,410


44


.197


IOC


,296


104


,035


9]


,018


9f


,699


7]


.577


1,292


.169


25-


.647


324


.429


191


.819


817


.149


21


.962


1,425


.640




no


178


.347


261


.400


647


.525


2,351


.069


637


.717


332


.871


2.363


.377


450


.189


1.581


.940


179


.158


364


.40?


700


957


68


357


797


059


503


556


29


779


82


901


309


428


344


334


1,678


259


334


534


1,220


847


56


149


90


065


800


001


461


611


7


309


90


384


430


480


385


890


267,


169


48,


257


672,


776


4,


532


204.


431


357,


902


112,


904


123,


668


.,388,


319


^,171,


298


1,


591


2,474,


785


13.


185


109.


574


532.


185



TABLE 1 REGULAR DAY SCHOOL |




ENROLLMENT


TUITION


NON-










CITY


CITY, TOWN, OR




J


1


PAID


RESIDENT


CODE


REGIONAL SCHOOL




z


PUPILS


PUPILS






S


i


1










1.


2.


3.




5.


205


NEW MARLBOROUGH


151


_


94


245


5


206


NEW SALEM


62


-


-


45


1


207


NEWTON


9t595


4,354


4.105


-


66


208


NORFOLK


506


_


-


360


-


209


NORTH ADAMS


2,087


480


890


1


159


210


NORTHAMPTON


2,639


1.045


947


-


7


211


NORTH ANDOVER


1.113


345


751


.


16


212


NORTH ATTLEBOROUGH


1,826


377


795


-




213


NORTHBOROUGH


1,777


-


.


532


1


21*


NORTHBRIDGE


1,015


518


455


_


15


215


NORTH BROOKF.IELD


476


211


225


-


104


■•216


NORTHFIELD


328


-


-


293





217


NORTH READING


1,539


720


787


.


9


218


NORTON


924




694


-


3


219


NORWELL


1,074


447


439


38


9


220


NORWOOD


3,727


857


1.705


-


18


221


OAK BLUFFS


240


-


-


71


-


222


OAKHAK


94


.


.


56


2


-223


ORANGE


801


.


.


605


3


224


ORLEANS


341


-


-


275


-


225


OTIS


104


-


_


37


-


226


OXFORD


1,951


-


658


.


20


227


PALMER


1,411


-


668


3


13


228


PAXTON


628


.


_


178


-


229


PEABODY


6,138


2,046


1,340




11


230


PELHAM


99






95


1


231


PEMBROKE


1,320


-


827


827


6


232


PEPPERELL


751


.




509


1


233


PERU


31


.


.


28


-


234


PETERSHAM


138


.


.


104


I


235


PHILLIP5T0N


126


.


.


94


-


236


PITT5FIELD


6,901


2,896


2.341


.


125


237


PLAINFIELD


26






23




238


PLAINVILLE


663


-


-


511


2


239


PLYMOUTH


2,052


_


.


915


4


240


PLYMPTON


183


.


146


146


2


241


PRINCETON


298


-




103


1


242


PROVINCETOWN


343


181


153


-


68


243


QUINCY


5,311


2,060


1.559


i,


16


244


RANDOLPH


3,228


1,434


1.021


60


34


245


RAYNHAM


927


255


-


355


4


246


READING


2,570


1,232


1.076


2


18


247


REHOBOTH


787


231


.


347


.


248


REVERE


3,912



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