Moline-Coal Valley School District No. 40

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District Profile

(Fall 2016 information)
 
Grades K-12 Large Unit District 
Total Enrollment: 7,229
Serving an estimated 46,429 residents from the communities of Moline and Coal Valley
27.88 Square Miles
First Board of Education was formed in 1873
Registered Voters:  30,069

Leading Employers
John Deere & Company, Headquarters: 7,625
Rock Island Arsenal: 5,602
Genesis Health System: 4,805
Unity Point/Trinity Medical Center: 4,468
HyVee: 4,378
HNI/Hon Company: 3,700

  
Schools
Number of Schools: 15

Elementary School Enrollment (Grades K-5)
Jane Addams Elementary: 270
Bicentennial Elementary: 305
Butterworth Elementary: 307
Franklin Elementary: 283
Hamilton Elementary: 585
Lincoln-Irving Elementary: 429
Logan Elementary: 332
Roosevelt Elementary: 293
Washington Elementary: 256
Willard Elementary: 199

Middle School Enrollment (Grades 6-8)
John Deere Middle School: 758
Woodrow Wilson Middle School: 855

High School Enrollment (Grades 9-12)
Moline High School: 2,048
Coolidge Campus Alternative High School: 79

Other Schools
Early Childhood Education Center: 230

Special Programs
Special Education Services: 934
English Language Learners: 814

Student Profile
Demographics 
        White: 54.4%
        Hispanic: 28.6%
        African American: 8.9%
        Asian/Pacific Islander: 2.8%
        Native American: 0.2%
        Multi-Racial/Ethnic: 5.1%
Special Education Students: 12.9%
English Language Learners: 11.3%
Students Qualifying for Free and Reduced Lunch: 50.3%
Attendance Rate: 92.9%
High School Dropout Rate: 2.1%

Student Performance (2015 Data Dashboard Indicators)
3rd grade students at grade level in reading (Fontas & Pinell): N/A
Students exiting Leveled Literacy Intervention: 39.0%
Students meeting growth targets in MAP (Grades 2-8, combined): 54.3%
Students at College Readiness benchmarks in 8th grade Explore reading: 33.2%
Advanced Placement success rate (# of passing tests per 100 students): 7.9
High School graduation rate: 92.4%
Average ACT composite score: 20.0
Students receiving a silver or higher on the ACT WorkKeys assessment: 78.0%

Staff Information
Total Full Time Employees: 847
Total All Employees: 1,164
Administrators: 30
Administrators with Master’s Degree: 100.0%
Certified Teachers: 437
Non-Certified Employees: 380
Teachers with Masters Degrees: 68.6%
Average Years Teaching Experience: 12.5 years
Average Teacher Salary: $ 67,971
Average Administrator Salary: $ 107,772

Technology
Over 3,708 computers District-wide
Over 3,869 Chromebooks. Through LEAD Moline, all 6th grade, 9th grade, and 10th grade students were issued Chromebooks.
330 Smartboards, Document Cameras, and Digital Projector
Wireless access point per classroom

Financial Information
Standard and Poor’s Rating: AAAm
Moody’s Rating: Aa2
2015 EAV:  $ 808,452,845
FY16 Operational Expenditure per Student:  $ 10,605.08
FY15 State Average Operation Expenditure per Student:  $ 12,375.38 (most recent data available)

Ed Fund Budgeted Revenue
Local Revenues:  $ 43,131,978  (62.0%)
State Revenues:  $ 19,190,305  (28.0%)
Federal Revenues: $ 7,210,051 (10.0%)

Ed Fund Budgeted Expenditures (2017 Budget)
Salaries:   $ 42,745,052 (59.8%)
Benefits:   $ 20,682,262 (29.0%)
Purchased Services:  $ 4,527,891 (6.3%)
Supplies:   $ 1,390,335  (1.9%)
Capital Outlay:  $ 897,139 (1.3%)
Other:  $ 1,202,586  (1.7%)

Bonds (Capital Construction Cost)
District’s Legal Debt Limit (13.8% of EAV):  $ 111,566,493
Current Outstanding Bonds (Principal):   $ 23,846,654 (21.4%)