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7 p.m. – Dr. Coopman will address the group and thank them all for taking the time this evening to participate. 
Dr. Coopman
Dr. Coopman
Dan Callon:  Ranking represents growth over last five years using official data from Dept of Ed.  Moved up from 7th after 2005-06 data included.
Dan Callon:  Explain legend and what graph lines represent as well as the impact of the data.  Optimal enrollment based on best class size for effective teaching as determined by previous community committee; maximum based on actual physical capacity of classrooms.  Note that we would be far exceeding maximum capacity in 2007-08 if not for opening the new West Elementary.  Also observe that we will be at maximum capacity by 2010-11 and 100 over in 2011-12.
Dan Callon: Explain legend and what graph lines represent as well as the impact of the data. Again note over optimal capacity in 2007-08 and 100 over maximum capacity in 2009-10.
Dan Callon: Explain legend and what graph lines represent as well as the impact of the data. Similar pattern as CPI, just a year later.
Dan Callon: Explain legend and what graph lines represent as well as the impact of the data.  No need to comment, is there?
Dan Callon:  Here are all four of the projection slides (representing the four grade levels) so you can get a look at them together.
Dan Callon:  The Clark-Pleasant enrollment forecast is based entirely on data from Clark-Pleasant birth rates, historical enrollment patterns and residential development trends.  Susan Brudvig used birth rates, cohort survival ratios and other statistical procedures to calculate the forecast numbers.  She also considered the rate of growth of new building permits and occupancy permits.