Open Door Youth Reengagement

Public 11-12

 2607 Jones Ave S
       Renton, WA  98055


(425) 204-2520

District: Renton School District

Per Pupil Expenditures:  $5,847 Help


Student/teacher ratio:  n/a Help
Number of students:  37

Racial breakdown:

Hispanic:
40.5%
White:
18.9%
African American:
18.9%
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Free/discounted lunch recipients:  70.3% Help


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Student Body
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Compare Details Student population at Open Door Youth Reengagement is diverse. Racial makeup is: Hispanic (40.5%), African American (18.9%), White (18.9%). (See more...)
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Compare Details 70.3% of students are receiving a free or discounted lunch. (See more...)
Finance
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Compare Details The average total spent per student at Open Door Youth Reengagement is $5,847, which is the lowest among 6 high schools in the Renton School District!
Schooldigger Rankings:

Open Door Youth Reengagement was not ranked this year due to insufficient test score data.

Renton School District:

SchoolDigger ranks Renton School District 139th of 249 Washington school districts. (See district ranking list.)


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Enrollment information for Open Door Youth Reengagement

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Year White African American Asian Hispanic American Indian Pacific Islander Two or More Races Not Specified Total
2015 14 24 4 10 1 0 7 0 60
2016 34 43 5 38 5 1 14 0 140
2017 13 10 1 3 2 0 3 0 32
2018 13 10 1 10 2 0 3 0 39
2019 15 17 3 36 2 3 4 0 80
2020 14 14 6 30 0 1 2 0 67
2021 9 6 6 14 1 1 1 0 38
2022 3 4 1 8 0 0 1 0 17
2023 7 7 0 15 0 3 4 1 37

Data source: National Center for Education Statistics, U.S. Dept of Education.

About Enrollment/Ethnicity

For more information about how the Department of Education defines ethnicity, see Defining Race and Ethnicity Data, National Center for Education Statistics

Students eligible for free or discounted lunch at Open Door Youth Reengagement

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Year # Students Full-time Teachers Student/Teacher ratio % Free/Discounted Lunch
2015 60 n/a n/a 48.3
2016 140 n/a n/a 65.7
2017 32 n/a n/a 56.3
2018 39 0.0 n/a 43.6
2019 80 n/a n/a 61.3
2020 67 n/a n/a 43.3
2021 38 n/a n/a 60.5
2022 17 n/a n/a 58.8
2023 37 0.0 n/a 70.3

Data source: National Center for Education Statistics, U.S. Dept of Education.

About Students eligible for discounted/free lunch:

The National School Lunch Program (NSLP) provides low-cost or free meals to students in U.S. public and nonprofit private schools based on household income. Those with incomes below 130% of the poverty line receive free lunch, while those between 130% and 185% qualify for reduced-price lunch. The percentage of students receiving free or reduced-price lunch serves as a marker for poverty, as it reflects the socioeconomic status of families in a given school or district. A higher FRPL rate typically indicates a higher concentration of low-income families, suggesting that the school or district may face additional challenges in providing adequate resources and support for student success.

Student/Teacher Ratio Open Door Youth Reengagement

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Year # Students Full-time Teachers Student/Teacher ratio % Free/Discounted Lunch
2015 60 n/a n/a 48.3
2016 140 n/a n/a 65.7
2017 32 n/a n/a 56.3
2018 39 0.0 n/a 43.6
2019 80 n/a n/a 61.3
2020 67 n/a n/a 43.3
2021 38 n/a n/a 60.5
2022 17 n/a n/a 58.8
2023 37 0.0 n/a 70.3

Data source: National Center for Education Statistics, U.S. Dept of Education.

About Student-Teacher Ratio

Student/teacher ratio is calculated by dividing the total number of students by the total number of full-time equivalent teachers. Please note that a smaller student/teacher ratio does not necessarily translate to smaller class size. In some instances, schools hire teachers part time, and some teachers are hired for specialized instruction with very small class sizes. These and other factors contribute to the student/teacher ratio. Note: For private schools, Student/teacher ratio may not include Pre-Kindergarten.
Finances

Per Pupil Expenditures for Open Door Youth Reengagement

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YearExpenditures from Federal FundsExpenditures from State and Local FundsTotal Expenditures Per Pupil (All Funds)
2019 $382 (15.7%) $2,056 (84.3%) $2,438
2021 $469 (9.5%) $4,455 (90.5%) $4,924
2022 $628 (10.7%) $5,220 (89.3%) $5,847

Data source: Washington Department of Education
Pre and Post Pandemic Data

Impact of COVID-19 on Open Door Youth Reengagement

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Student Body

Number of students
Pre-pandemic (2018-2019)
Number of students
Post pandemic (2022-2023)
Change (%)
Total Students8037
 53.8%
African American177
 58.8%
American Indian20
 100%
Asian30
 100%
Hispanic3615
 58.3%
Pacific Islander33
White157
 53.3%
Two or More Races44
% Free/Discounted Lunch Recipients61.3%70.3%
 9%


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Students at Open Door Youth Reengagement are 41% Hispanic, 19% White, 19% African American, 11% Two or more races, 8% Pacific Islander, 3% Not Specified.

In the 2022-23 school year, 37 students attended Open Door Youth Reengagement.


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SchoolDigger data sources: National Center for Education Statistics, U.S. Department of Education, the U.S. Census Bureau, the Washington State Department of Health and the Washington Office of Superindentent of Public Instruction.

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