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Black Traditional Magnet Elementary School Information

School location:
1045 HIGH
WICHITA, KS 67203
(316) 973-3500

School district:
WICHITA SCHOOL DISTRICT

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Black Traditional Magnet Elementary School is a Magnet School. This elementary school has a total enrollment of 276 students with approximately 18 full-time teachers. It has a student to teacher ratio of about 15 students per teacher. The average student-teacher ratio for Sedgwick County is 16 to 1.
Black Traditional Magnet Elementary School Demographics

Enrollment by Grade Level

»   Kindergarten Students51
»   1st Grade Students36
»   2nd Grade Students47
»   3rd Grade Students42
»   4th Grade Students55
»   5th Grade Students45
Total students 276
Total Full-time teachers 18.2
Student / Teacher Ratio 15:1

Students eligible for free lunch 180 (65%)
Students eligible for reduced lunch 42 (15%)
Magnet School2
Title I Eligible4
School-wide Title I5
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2 Magnet schools are those designed to attract students of different racial/ethnic backgrounds for the purpose of reducing racial isolation, or to provide an academic or social focus on a specific theme (e.g., performing arts).
4 A Title I school designated under appropriate state and federal regulations as being eligible for participation in programs authorized by Title I of Public Law 103-382.
5 A program in which all the pupils in a school are designated under appropriate state and federal regulations as being eligible for participation in programs authorized by Title I of Public Law 103-382.
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