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  • For the 2021 school year, there is 1 public school in Cleveland Elementary School District, serving 4 students. Cleveland Elementary School District has one of the highest concentrations of top ranked public schools in Montana.
  • public school in Cleveland Elementary School District have a diversity score of 0.51, which is more than the Montana public school average of 0.37.
  • Minority enrollment is 50% of the student body (majority American Indian), which is more than the Montana public school average of 21% (majority American Indian).
  • The student:teacher ratio of 4:1 is less than the Montana public school average of 14:1.

Overview

School District NameCleveland Elementary School District
School District Phone Number(406) 357-2018
School District Grades OfferedPK - 08
2017-2018 School Year DataThis School DistrictThis State (MT)
# of Schools1 School824 Schools
# of Students4 Students147,122 Students
# of Teachers1 Teacher10,494 Teachers
Student : Teacher Ratio4:114:1

District Comparison

    Definition of Terms 2017-2018 School Year DataThis School DistrictState Average (MT)
    Math Test Scores (% Proficient) (09-10)
    ≥50%
    67%
    Reading/Language Arts Test Scores (% Proficient) (09-10)
    ≥50%
    84%

    Students by Ethnicity:

    Diversity Score0.510.37
    # of American Indian Students2 Students16,705 Students
    % American Indian Students
    50%
    11%
    # of Asian Studentsn/a1,123 Students
    % Asian Students
    n/a
    1%
    # of Hispanic Studentsn/a6,836 Students
    % Hispanic Students
    n/a
    5%
    # of Black Studentsn/a1,264 Students
    % Black Students
    n/a
    1%
    # of White Students2 Students115,493 Students
    % White Students
    50%
    78%
    # of Hawaiian Studentsn/a335 Students
    % of Hawaiian Students
    n/an/a
    # of Two or more races Studentsn/a5,365 Students
    % of Two or more races Students
    n/a
    4%

    Students by Grade:

    # of Students in Pre-Kindergarten: - 943
    # of Students in Kindergarten: - 11,711
    # of Students in 1st Grade: - 11,414
    # of Students in 2nd Grade:111,153
    # of Students in 3rd Grade:111,569
    # of Students in 4th Grade:111,982
    # of Students in 5th Grade:111,729
    # of Students in 6th Grade: - 11,819
    # of Students in 7th Grade: - 11,250
    # of Students in 8th Grade: - 11,233
    # of Students in 9th Grade: - 11,309
    # of Students in 10th Grade: - 10,939
    # of Students in 11th Grade: - 10,392
    # of Students in 12th Grade: - 9,679
    # of Ungraded Students: - -

    Fiscal Data Comparison

      Definition of Terms 2016-2017This School DistrictThis State (MT)
      Total Revenue$144,000$2 MM
      This chart display total revenue of Cleveland Elementary  School District and median value from total revenues of all school districts in MT by year, with the latest 2016-17 school year data.
      Spending$155,000$2 MM
      This chart display total spending of Cleveland Elementary  School District and median value from total spendings of all school districts in MT by year, with the latest 2016-17 school year data.

      Cleveland Elementary School District Public Schools (2021)

      • School (Math and Reading Proficiency) Location Grades Students
      • Cleveland School
        Highway 240 (25 Mile, South Of
        Chinook, MT 59523
        (406) 357-2018

        Grades: PK-8 | 4 students
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