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Guy-Perkins Schools

 

Guy-Perkins Schools is located close to the center of Arkansas. Guy-Perkins Schools has 46.38 square miles of land area and 0.01 square miles of water area. As of 2010-2014, the total Guy-Perkins Schools population is 2,005. Guy-Perkins Schools median household income is $42,250 in 2010-2014. Guy-Perkins Schools median house value is $114,300 in 2010-2014. On average, Guy-Perkins Schools is better than the state average in quality.

Ranking: (116 out of 238, top 49%)*
Type:Regular Local School District
Grade:Prekindergarten to Grade 12
Number of Schools:2
Population2,005 (2010-2014), rank #232
Population Growth0.00% since 2005-2009, see rank
Population Density:43.22/sq mi, rank #97
Median Household Income:$42,250 at 2010-2014—3.35% increase since 2005-2009, rank #66
Median House Price:$114,300 at 2010-2014—14.07% increase since 2005-2009, rank #48
Time Zone:Central GMT -6:00 with Daylight Saving in the Summer
Land Area:46.38 sq mi, rank #241
Water Area:0.01 sq mi (0.02%), rank #248
State:Arkansas
County:Faulkner County
City:Greenbrier, Damascus, Twin Groves, Quitman, Guy
Zip:72058, 72039, 72131, 72061
Area:Little Rock-North Little Rock-Conway, AR
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Guy-Perkins Schools Map, Border, and Nearby Locations


492 Hwy 25 North
Guy AR, 72061, Faulkner County
Phone: 501-679-7224

Students and Teachers


      2013-2014         2012-2013         2011-2012         2010-2011         2009-2010         2008-2009         2007-2008    
Total Students:438460431475481456459
English Language Learner Students:0100000
Total Teachers:42.0043.2142.5041.2545.0044.0038.00
Prekindergarten:1.003.002.002.001.000.000.00
Kindergarten:2.273.632.163.355.005.005.00
Elementary:18.6214.5817.0914.7716.0016.0015.00
Secondary:17.4319.0818.2318.0720.0020.0017.00
Ungraded:2.682.923.023.063.003.001.00
Total Other Staff:32.3037.3648.0043.0032.0026.0034.00
Instructional Aides:2.003.003.003.002.002.002.00
Instructional Coordinators & Supervisors:1.300.303.003.002.002.003.00
Total Guidance Counselors:1.251.503.003.003.003.003.00
Elementary Guidance Counselors:0.500.752.002.002.002.002.00
Secondary Guidance Counselors:0.750.751.001.001.001.001.00
Other Guidance Counselors:NANANANANANANA
Librarians/Media Specialists:1.001.002.002.001.001.002.00
Library/Media Support:0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00
District Administrators:1.001.001.001.001.001.001.00
District Administrative Support:2.003.004.003.003.001.001.00
School Administrators:1.751.264.002.003.003.003.00
School Administrative Support:4.002.807.005.002.003.003.00
Student Support Services:8.009.007.007.006.000.005.00
Other Support Services:10.0014.5014.0014.009.0010.0011.00
Student-Teacher Ratio:10.4310.6510.1411.5210.6910.3612.08

Schools

Guy-Perkins Elementary SchoolPrekindergarten to Grade 6   492 Hwy 25 North, Guy AR 72061
Guy-Perkins High SchoolGrade 7 to Grade 12   492 Hwy 25 North, Guy AR 72061

Test Performance










YearTestGradeMeasurementScoreState Average
ACTAAP Test
2007Literacy11th Grade% met std34%50%
2008Literacy11th Grade% met std55%51%
2009Literacy11th Grade% met std35%56%
2010Literacy11th Grade% met std53%60%
2011Literacy11th Grade% met std81%65%
2012Literacy11th Grade% met std71%68%
2013Literacy11th Grade% met std69%70%
2005Literacy3rd Grade% met std67%50%
2006Literacy3rd Grade% met std61%57%
2007Literacy3rd Grade% met std42%59%
2008Literacy3rd Grade% met std48%64%
2009Literacy3rd Grade% met std72%66%
2010Literacy3rd Grade% met std81%71%
2011Literacy3rd Grade% met std88%76%
2012Literacy3rd Grade% met std88%82%
2013Literacy3rd Grade% met std88%79%
2005Mathematics3rd Grade% met std68%58%
2006Mathematics3rd Grade% met std79%67%
2007Mathematics3rd Grade% met std72%75%
2008Mathematics3rd Grade% met std78%79%
2009Mathematics3rd Grade% met std97%82%
2010Mathematics3rd Grade% met std95%83%
2011Mathematics3rd Grade% met std98%85%
2012Mathematics3rd Grade% met std91%87%
2013Mathematics3rd Grade% met std92%86%
2005Literacy4th Grade% met std45%51%
2006Literacy4th Grade% met std55%61%
2007Literacy4th Grade% met std68%58%
2008Literacy4th Grade% met std66%67%
2009Literacy4th Grade% met std63%70%
2010Literacy4th Grade% met std81%77%
2011Literacy4th Grade% met std81%82%
2012Literacy4th Grade% met std87%85%
2013Literacy4th Grade% met std91%85%
2005Mathematics4th Grade% met std30%50%
2006Mathematics4th Grade% met std54%60%
2007Mathematics4th Grade% met std73%65%
2008Mathematics4th Grade% met std81%74%
2009Mathematics4th Grade% met std71%78%
2010Mathematics4th Grade% met std91%80%
2011Mathematics4th Grade% met std86%82%
2012Mathematics4th Grade% met std93%82%
2013Mathematics4th Grade% met std92%82%
2005Literacy5th Grade% met std54%47%
2006Literacy5th Grade% met std24%56%
2007Literacy5th Grade% met std43%59%
2008Literacy5th Grade% met std58%64%
2009Literacy5th Grade% met std83%68%
2010Literacy5th Grade% met std67%74%
2011Literacy5th Grade% met std79%77%
2012Literacy5th Grade% met std97%85%
2013Literacy5th Grade% met std91%84%
2005Mathematics5th Grade% met std37%41%
2006Mathematics5th Grade% met std38%50%
2007Mathematics5th Grade% met std54%61%
2008Mathematics5th Grade% met std66%67%
2009Mathematics5th Grade% met std86%71%
2010Mathematics5th Grade% met std78%74%
2011Mathematics5th Grade% met std100%78%
2012Mathematics5th Grade% met std95%76%
2013Mathematics5th Grade% met std71%70%
2009Science5th Grade% met std41%43%
2010Science5th Grade% met std30%50%
2011Science5th Grade% met std60%56%
2012Science5th Grade% met std72%60%
2013Science5th Grade% met std69%61%
2005Literacy6th Grade% met std57%57%
2006Literacy6th Grade% met std75%59%
2007Literacy6th Grade% met std36%59%
2008Literacy6th Grade% met std72%63%
2009Literacy6th Grade% met std82%67%
2010Literacy6th Grade% met std79%71%
2011Literacy6th Grade% met std80%71%
2012Literacy6th Grade% met std76%75%
2013Literacy6th Grade% met std85%73%
2005Mathematics6th Grade% met std51%43%
2006Mathematics6th Grade% met std63%57%
2007Mathematics6th Grade% met std58%68%
2008Mathematics6th Grade% met std82%72%
2009Mathematics6th Grade% met std86%80%
2010Mathematics6th Grade% met std83%75%
2011Mathematics6th Grade% met std86%77%
2012Mathematics6th Grade% met std82%75%
2013Mathematics6th Grade% met std89%75%
2005Literacy7th Grade% met std40%50%
2006Literacy7th Grade% met std43%53%
2007Literacy7th Grade% met std55%57%
2008Literacy7th Grade% met std32%57%
2009Literacy7th Grade% met std55%63%
2010Literacy7th Grade% met std76%68%
2011Literacy7th Grade% met std50%67%
2012Literacy7th Grade% met std76%80%
2013Literacy7th Grade% met std71%77%
2005Mathematics7th Grade% met std30%43%
2006Mathematics7th Grade% met std57%50%
2007Mathematics7th Grade% met std60%58%
2008Mathematics7th Grade% met std58%62%
2009Mathematics7th Grade% met std68%68%
2010Mathematics7th Grade% met std84%75%
2011Mathematics7th Grade% met std80%74%
2012Mathematics7th Grade% met std79%77%
2013Mathematics7th Grade% met std84%70%
2009Science7th Grade% met std27%32%
2010Science7th Grade% met std40%33%
2011Science7th Grade% met std36%39%
2012Science7th Grade% met std45%41%
2013Science7th Grade% met std55%41%
2005Literacy8th Grade% met std60%57%
2006Literacy8th Grade% met std46%66%
2007Literacy8th Grade% met std63%63%
2008Literacy8th Grade% met std63%67%
2009Literacy8th Grade% met std65%71%
2010Literacy8th Grade% met std83%76%
2011Literacy8th Grade% met std86%77%
2012Literacy8th Grade% met std75%80%
2013Literacy8th Grade% met std72%77%
2005Mathematics8th Grade% met std29%33%
2006Mathematics8th Grade% met std39%44%
2007Mathematics8th Grade% met std42%47%
2008Mathematics8th Grade% met std45%56%
2009Mathematics8th Grade% met std48%62%
2010Mathematics8th Grade% met std57%63%
2011Mathematics8th Grade% met std75%63%
2012Mathematics8th Grade% met std71%68%
2013Mathematics8th Grade% met std55%65%
2006Algebra IEnd of course% met std59%65%
2007Algebra IEnd of course% met std69%62%
2008Algebra IEnd of course% met std59%66%
2009Algebra IEnd of course% met std62%70%
2010Algebra IEnd of course% met std76%76%
2011Algebra IEnd of course% met std86%78%
2012Algebra IEnd of course% met std74%80%
2013Algebra IEnd of course% met std82%77%
2009BiologyEnd of course% met std40%41%
2010BiologyEnd of course% met std37%36%
2011BiologyEnd of course% met std32%41%
2012BiologyEnd of course% met std31%43%
2013BiologyEnd of course% met std34%44%
2006GeometryEnd of course% met std62%60%
2007GeometryEnd of course% met std48%59%
2008GeometryEnd of course% met std48%60%
2009GeometryEnd of course% met std64%66%
2010GeometryEnd of course% met std69%69%
2011GeometryEnd of course% met std73%73%
2012GeometryEnd of course% met std66%76%
2013GeometryEnd of course% met std76%72%
2006LiteracyEnd of course% met std43%45%

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School District Fiscal Information

 201220112010
 AmountPer
Student
%AmountPer
Student
%AmountPer
Student
%
Total Revenue:$4,884,000$11,332 $4,711,000$9,918 $5,004,000$10,403 
Federal:$468,000$1,0869.6%$677,000$1,42514.4%$794,000$1,65115.9%
State:$2,288,000$5,30946.8%$2,454,000$5,16652.1%$2,972,000$6,17959.4%
Local:$2,128,000$4,93743.6%$1,580,000$3,32633.5%$1,238,000$2,57424.7%
Total Expenditures:$4,589,000$10,647 $4,717,000$9,931 $5,409,000$11,245 
Total Current Expenditures:$4,435,000$10,290 $4,460,000$9,389 $4,306,000$8,952 
Instructional Expenditures:$2,506,000$5,81456.5%$2,515,000$5,29556.4%$2,413,000$5,01756.0%
Student and Staff Support:$591,000$1,37113.3%$616,000$1,29713.8%$576,000$1,19813.4%
Administration:$423,000$9819.5%$490,000$1,03211.0%$451,000$93810.5%
Operations, Food, Other:$915,000$2,12320.6%$839,000$1,76618.8%$866,000$1,80020.1%
Total Capital Outlay:$41,000$95 $110,000$232 $711,000$1,478 
Construction:$12,000$28 $54,000$114 $195,000$405 
Total Other:$16,000$37 $55,000$116 $272,000$565 
Interest on Debt:$97,000$225 $92,000$194 $120,000$249 
 
Total Salary:$2,383,000$5,529 $2,491,000$5,244 $2,345,000$4,875 
Instruction/Teacher Salary:$1,574,000$3,65266.1%$1,647,000$3,46766.1%$1,542,000$3,20665.8%
Other Salary:$809,000$1,87733.9%$844,000$1,77733.9%$803,000$1,66934.2%
Total Benefit:$653,000$1,515 $659,000$1,387 $643,000$1,337 
Instruction/Teacher Benefit:$434,000$1,00766.5%$438,000$92266.5%$417,000$86764.9%
Other Benefit:$219,000$50833.5%$221,000$46533.5%$226,000$47035.1%

Teacher's Experience and Compensation

    2007     2006  
Teachers with Bachelor Degree:75.9%74.1%
Teachers with Master or PhD Degree:24.1%25.9%
 
Mean Number of Years of Teaching:12.0 years13.0 years
Teachers with 5 Years of Experience of Less:31.0%17.2%
Teachers with 6-10 Years of Experience:27.6%34.5%
Teachers with 11-20 Years of Experience:13.8%24.1%
Teachers with 21-30 Years of Experience:24.1%20.7%
Teachers with 31 Years of Experience or More:NANA
 
Mean Base Salary:$34,551.0$33,855.0
Mean Base Salary of Teachers with 5 Years of Experience of Less:$31,236.0$29,750.0
Mean Base Salary of Teachers with 6-10 Years of Experience:$32,504.0$31,513.0
Mean Base Salary of Teachers with 11-20 Years of Experience:$37,677.0$35,943.0
Mean Base Salary of Teachers with 21-30 Years of Experience:$39,156.0$38,562.0
Mean Base Salary of Teachers with 31 Years of Experience or More:NANA

* Guy-Perkins Schools was rated 3.5 out of 5 by USA.com. The ranking was calculated based on publically available historical Math and English performance data.



 
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