Proposed Sumter School District position eliminations, by school

The following is a school-by-school breakdown of the number of positions each school in the Sumter School District is expected to lose in the 2017-18 school year, if current proposals for the upcoming academic year budget are approved.  The story on the proposed cuts, presented to the Sumter School District Board of Trustees during their board meeting Monday night, can be found here.

Elementary Schools: 48.5 FTE positions

Alice Drive Elementary – 0

Pocalla Springs Elementary – 0

Kingsbury Elementary – 6.5 (2 regular education, 1 special education, 3 paraprofessionals, .5 interventionists)

F.J. Delaine Elementary – 3 (1 special education, 2 paraprofessionals)

Willow Drive Elementary – 1 (1 regular education)

Crosswell Drive Elementary – 7 (3 regular education, 4 paraprofessionals)

Lemira Elementary – 3 (2 regular education, 1 paraprofessional)

Manchester Elementary – 2 (1 related arts, 1 paraprofessional)

Millwood Elementary – 1 (1 interventionist)

Oakland Primary/Elementary – 2 -(1 regular education, 1 paraprofessional)

Cherryvale Elementary – 10 (4 regular education, 3 special education, 3 paraprofessionals)

High Hills Elementary – 0

R.E. Davis Elementary – 5 (1 regular education, 1 special education, 2 paraprofessionals, 1 interventionist)

Shaw Heights Elementary – 1 (1 regular education)

Wilder Elementary – 5 (2 regular education, 3 special education)

Rafting Creek Elementary – 2 (2 regular education)

 

Middle Schools: 19 FTE positions

Alice Drive Middle – 0

Bates Middle – 4 (1 social studies, 3 related arts)

Chestnut Oaks Middle – 1 (1 related arts)

Furman Middle – 6 (1 ELA, 1 math, 1 science, 1 social studies, 2 related arts)

Hillcrest Middle – 3 (1 ELA, 1 social studies, 1 paraprofessional)

Ebenezer Middle – 0

Mayewood Middle – 5 (1 ELA, 1 math, 1 science, 1 social studies, 1 paraprofessional)

 

High School – 18.5 FTE positions

Crestwood High – 3 (1 ELA, 1 math, 1 science)

Lakewood High – 7.5 (1 ELA, 2 math, 2 science, 1 social studies, .5 paraprofessionals, 1 elective)

Sumter High – 8 (1 ELA, 1 math, 1 science, 1 special education, 1 paraprofessional, 3 electives)

Sumter Career and Technology Center – 0

Brewington Academy – 0

One thought on “Proposed Sumter School District position eliminations, by school

  1. Have The members of the board lobbied for more funds or donations to prevent this? If we are last in education as reported. How is this going to bring forth a possitive future result.

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