duPont (Alexis I.) Middle School
 Date updated - Summer 2014
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District: Red Clay Consolidated School District Telephone: (302) 651-2690
Address: 3130 Kennett Pike, Greenville DE 19807 Web: duPont (Alexis I.) Middle School Page
Principal: Theodore Boyer
AYP: Not Met
School Demographics
Fall Enrollment

2012-132013-14
Grade 6149161
Grade 7167155
Grade 8153170
Total469486


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School Promotion by Grade

2012-13
Grade 699.3%
Grade 799.4%
Grade 899.3%


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Enrollment by Race/Ethnicity

2012-132013-14
African American43.3%44.0%
American Indian 0.2%
Asian0.9%0.8%
Hispanic/Latino41.8%44.7%
White13.6%10.1%
Multi-Racial0.4%0.2%


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Other Student Characteristics

2012-132013-14
English Language Learner16.2%15.2%
Low Income88.5%62.8%
Special Education18.1%17.1%
Enrolled for Full Year91.5%N/A


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Recently Arrived ELL Students

2013-14
Number of Students Not Tested on ELA Assessment10


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Class Size (Percentage by Range) (2013-14)
* Elementary and special schools provide their own class size data

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School Finances


District Expenditure per Pupil (2012-13)

$12,520

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District Sources of Revenue (2012-13)

Percent District Allocation of Current Expenses by Category (2012-13)




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Exemplary Programs
A.I.duPont Middle School staff members look for ways to have all students experience success everyday. A variety of programs are offered to meet the diverse interests, talents and creativity of our students.
Eighth grade students won numerous awards in the Scholastic Writing Contest and the DSEA Human and Civil Rights Writing Contest. Eighth graders had the opportunity to participate in a Poetry Slam competition.
Students are recognized throughout the school year for outstanding achievement. Academic award programs include grade level, team awards and inclusion on the AIMS Wall of Fame.
Choral and band students won a Superior Rating at a Regional Competition in Hershey Park, Pennsylvania.
A Student Advisory Program is intended to improve communication skills and provide opportunities for insightful, creative, and critical thinking.
The After School Academy provided students with additional skills building opportunities prior to the Delaware State Testing Program.

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Curriculum Highlights
Curriculum
• Planetary Science, Life Science and Physical Science offerings which involve the creation of cooperative projects
• Exploration of American History which included a class trip to Williamsburg Virginia.
• Computer Literacy
• Writing historical fiction and essay composition
• Reading and extended activities on dynamic novels for 6 thru 8th grade students
• Career Exploration
• Rich curricular opportunities for English Language Learners
• Pre-algebra and algebra course work preparing students for rigorous high school offerings
• FITNESSGRAM activities and assessment
• Choral and instrumental band offerings

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