MORE OPEN ENROLLMENT NUMBERS FOR NW OHIO SCHOOLS
A number of local schools are reporting positive gains in open enrollment numbers for the 2013-14 school year. Liberty Center local schools report they have 110 open-enrollment students coming into their building, while another 33 leave. 52 of those incoming students are from Napoleon; and bring with them an additional $439,000 in state revenue.
Patrick Henry is a plus 22 in open enrollment students, with the majority coming from the Napoleon district. Holgate has 19 more open enrollment students than leave the district.
The Wauseon local schools took-in 136 open enrollment students this year; while losing another 112. The majority of incoming are from the Pike-Delta-York school district; while those leaving Wauseon are headed to Pettisville, for the most part.
And the Northeastern Local Schools in Defiance County have 192 open enrollments students coming-in this year, along with 112 that leave. But that plus-80 figure means about $456,000 of state revenue for the Tinora district. The biggest share that leave Tinora, go to Defiance; while the majority of incoming students are also from Defiance.