4,014 students enrolled in Wilton schools last month
As of March 1, there were 4,014 students — not including out-of-district and preschoolers — in Wilton’s public schools.
According to the school district’s March enrollment report, Wilton’s four public schools had the following number of students at the start of last month:
- Miller-Driscoll: 234 kindergarteners, 257 first graders, 293 second graders.
- Cider Mill: 254 third graders, 310 fourth graders, 328 fifth graders.
- Middlebrook: 344 sixth graders, 313 seventh graders, 358 eighth graders.
- Wilton High School: 334 freshman, 323 sophomores, 329 juniors, 337 seniors.
Of the 4,014 students, 551 were enrolled in special education and 231 were served under Section 504 — a civil rights statute in the Rehabilitation Act that requires “the needs of students with disabilities to be met as adequately as the needs of the non-disabled are met,” according to greatschools.org .
According the March enrollment report, the district had the following number of special education students as of the first of each of the following months:
- October: 526.
- November: 534.
- December: 534.
- January: 534.
- February: 545.
- March: 551.
The report also shows that the following number of students with Section 504 plans were:
- October: 150.
- November: 156.
- December: 158.
- January: 158.
- February: 226.
- March: 231.
This school year, the school district reports that the following number of students were outplaced to private schools as of the first of each of the following months:
- October: 29.
- November: 29.
- December: 28.
- January: 28.
- February: 29.
- March: 27.
The report also notes that the following number of outplaced students were hospitalized:
- October: 4.
- November: 1.
- December: 0.
- January: 1.
- February: 0.
- March: 2.
The March enrollment report did not provide out-of-district or special education enrollment data for the month of September.