Moline-Coal Valley School District No. 40

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District Profile

(Fall 2018 information)
 
Grades K-12 Large Unit District 
Total Revenue: $70,707,809
Total Expenditures: $71,216,717
Total Enrollment: 7,297
Serving an estimated 46,006 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
Rock Island Arsenal: 6,163
John Deere & Company, Headquarters: 6,000
Genesis Health System: 5,173
HyVee: 4,568
Unity Point/Trinity Medical Center: 3,954
HNI/Hon Company: 3,200
 
Schools
Number of Schools: 15

Elementary School Enrollment (Grades K-5)
Jane Addams Elementary: 276
Bicentennial Elementary: 296
Butterworth Elementary: 249
Franklin Elementary: 267
Hamilton Elementary: 590
Lincoln-Irving Elementary:362
Logan Elementary: 345
Roosevelt Elementary: 355
Washington Elementary: 276
Willard Elementary: 225

Middle School Enrollment (Grades 6-8)
John Deere Middle School: 797
Woodrow Wilson Middle School: 890

High School Enrollment (Grades 9-12)
Moline High School: 2,094
Coolidge Campus Alternative High School: 65

Other Schools
Early Childhood Education Center: 209

Special Programs
Special Education Services: 937
English Language Learners: 970

Student Profile
Demographics 
        White: 51.2%
        Hispanic: 29.5%
        African American: 9.6%
        Asian/Pacific Islander: 3.2%
        Native American: 0.3%
        Multi-Racial/Ethnic: 6.2%
Special Education Students: 12.8%
English Language Learners: 13.3%
Students Qualifying for Free and Reduced Lunch: 53.8%
Attendance Rate: 93.6%
High School Dropout Rate: 1.6%

Student Performance (2017 Data Dashboard Indicators)
3rd grade students at grade level in reading (Fountas & Pinnell): N/A
Students exiting Leveled Literacy Intervention: 24.0%
Students meeting growth targets in MAP (Grades 2-8, combined): 54.0%
Advanced Placement success rate (# of passing tests per 100 students): 8.09
High School graduation rate: 90.3%

Staff Information
Total Full Time Employees: 853
Total All Employees: 1,014
Administrators: 32
Administrators with Master’s Degree: 100.0%
Certified Teachers: 443
Non-Certified Employees: 375
Teachers with Masters Degrees: 71.1%
Average Years Teaching Experience: 13.1 years
Average Teacher Salary: $ 72,225
Average Administrator Salary: $ 113,668

Technology
1:1 ratio between students and technology devices District-wide, i.e. Chromebooks. Additionally, over 95% of classrooms are equipped with interactive technology, i.e. SMART boards. 

Financial Information
Standard and Poor’s Rating: AAAm
Moody’s Rating: Aa2
2017 EAV:  $ 833,754,801
FY18 Operational Expenditure per Student:  $ 11,035.11
State Average Operation Expenditure per Student:  $ 12,375.38 (FY15 most recent data available)

Ed Fund Budgeted Revenue (2018-19 Annual Budget)
Local Revenues:  $ 43,977,899  (60.5%)
State Revenues:  $ 21,830,195  (30.1%)
Federal Revenues: $ 6,822,371 ( 9.4%)

Ed Fund Budgeted Expenditures (2018-19 Annual Budget)
Salaries:   $ 43,797,096 (58.9%)
Benefits:   $ 21,075,224 (28.3%)
Purchased Services:  $ 5,083,284 (6.8%)
Supplies:   $ 1,989,218  (2.7%)
Capital Outlay:  $ 787,139 (1.2%)
Other:  $ 1,527,220  (2.1%)

Bonds (Capital Construction Cost)
District’s Legal Debt Limit (13.8% of EAV):  $ 115,058,162
Current Outstanding Bonds (Principal):   $ 39,801,552