TPS Data

STUDENT DATA 2020-21

Total number of students: 28,649
4th largest school district in Washington

Student numbers by level
Preschool students: 1,079
K-5 students: 12,360
6-8 students: 6,583
9-12 students: 8,541
Other: 88

Students who qualify for free or
reduced-price lunch

17,845 students (62%)

Students experiencing homelessness:
1,311 (4.5%)

Students who are English Language Learners
3,016 students (10.5%)

Student population by race
American Indian or Alaska Native: 273 (0.95%)
Asian: 2,554 (9%)
Black or African American: 3,781 (13.2%)
Hispanic or Latino: 6,353 (22%)
Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander: 969 (3.4%)
White: 10,157 (35.45%)
Two or more races: 4,561 (16%)

Students enrolled in special education
4,424 students (15%)

Career and Technical Education

  • Class of 2020: 55% of seniors graduated with one or more industry-recognized certifications
  • In the 2020-21 school year, TPS had 8 registered apprentices with Washington State Labor and Industries

 

STAFF DATA 2020-21

Total number of employees: 4,821

Certified teachers: 2,106

Superintendent, exempt, principals: 218

Hourly/coaches/substitutes: 1,125

Students per certified K-12 teacher: 89.4

Total classified: 1,373
Breakdown of classified employee groups:
Custodian: 196
Maintenance: 54
Nutrition Services: 182
Office professionals: 175
Paraeducators:543
Professional technical: 135
Security: 31
Transportation: 56


 

#1 Academic Excellence: We will support all students to perform at or above grade level and eliminate group disparities.
#2 Partnerships: We will fully engage our parents, community and staff in the education of our children.
#3 Early Learning: We will focus on early assessment and intervention at the PreK through 3rd grade levels to ensure early academic success.
#4 Health and Safety: We will create and maintain healthy and safe learning environments that promote excellent academic achievement.
#5 Operations: We will focus on effective and efficient business practices to ensure student academic success.


 

BUDGET DATA 2020-21

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General Fund: $502,829,456

Capital Projects Fund: $126,546,000

Debt Service Fund: $60,879,200

Budgeted Revenue Sources:
Federal: $37,947,854 (7.64%)
Local Levy Taxes: $72,897,467 (14.69%)
Local Non-Taxes: $9,839,497 (1.98%)
Other: $7,262,987 (1.46%)
State: 368,450,617 (74.22%)

ESSER Funding: (Elementary & Secondary School Emergency Relief) funding updated to reflect the 2021-23 budget adopted by the Legislature.

  ESSER I ESSER II ESSER III
Authorizing legislation CARES Act CRRSA Act ARP Act
TPS Allocation

$8,277,138

$31,521,316

$70,792,000

WA Legislature Approved

$8,277,138

$31,521,316

 

OSPI has made available for reimbursement

$8,277,138

90% - $28,369,185 pending Board approval

$70,792,000 estimated