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Communities And Their Schools 8.10.09

  1. 1. Communities and their Schools<br />Midwest Rural Assembly<br />Mr. Dan Guericke<br />Dr. Rick Melmer<br />Dr. Jim Beddow<br />
  2. 2. Percent Change in Total Population, 1990-2000<br />U.S. Counties<br />Percent Change<br />Declined/No Change<br />0-10<br />10 or more<br />Source: USDC, Bureau of the Census, Census of Population and Housing (2000 SF1; 1990 STF1)<br />Prepared by: University Outreach and Extension, Office of Social and Economic Data Analysis – (OSEDA)<br />Map Generated on 9.11.02<br />
  3. 3. Local<br />Gov’t<br />business<br />development<br />housing<br />health<br />care<br />infrastructure<br />(telecom)<br />schools<br />
  4. 4.
  5. 5. Infrastructure<br />(telecom)<br />
  6. 6. Enhancing the capacity of another<br />Sharing resources to achieve a common purpose<br />Sharing resources to achieve a common purpose<br />Altering activities to achieve a common purpose<br />Altering activities to achieve a common purpose<br />Altering activities to achieve a common purpose<br />Information exchange for mutual benefit<br />Information exchange for mutual benefit<br />Information exchange for mutual benefit<br />Information exchange for mutual benefit<br />Networking<br />Coordination<br />Cooperation<br />Collaboration<br />
  7. 7. Sampling of School Age Children (5-19) in Some Blue Counties<br />County20002025Change%<br />Pennington 20,079 18,228 - 1,851 - 9%<br />Lawrence 5,041 4,554 - 487 - 9%<br />Meade 5,723 8,143 + 2,470 + 42%<br />Hughes 3,859 3,218 - 639 - 16%<br />Brown 7,422 6,968 - 454 - 6%<br />Codington 6,019 5,087 - 932 - 15%<br />Minnehaha 32,612 34,600 + 1,988 + 6%<br />Lincoln 5,761 8,395 + 2,634 +48%<br />Yankton 4,768 4,614 - 54 - 1%<br />Total Blue – Red = - 7,247 students (- 3.3%)<br />
  8. 8. South Dakota Population: 2000<br />South Dakota Population: 2025<br />85+<br />80-84<br />75-79<br />70-74<br />65-69<br />85+<br />80-84<br />75-79<br />70-74<br />65-69<br />More Elderly<br />60-64<br />55-59<br />50-54<br />45-49<br />40-44<br />35-39<br />30-34<br />25-29<br />20-24<br />60-64<br />55-59<br />50-54<br />45-49<br />40-44<br />35-39<br />30-34<br />25-29<br />20-24<br />Fewer Taxpayers<br />15-19<br />10-14<br />5-9<br />0-4<br />15-19<br />10-14<br />5-9<br />0-4<br />35,000 25,000 15,000 5,000 5,000 15,000 25,000 35,000<br />35,000 25,000 15,000 5,000 5,000 15,000 25,000 35,000<br />female<br />male<br />And 65+ = 34% of Voters<br />
  9. 9. 2000 to 2007: 754,944 to 796,214 = + 41,370<br />= losing people (44)<br />= gaining people (22)<br />HARDING<br />PERKINS<br />ROBERTS<br />MARSHALL<br />CAMPBELL<br />CORSON<br />McPHERSON<br />BROWN<br />- 385- 21.6%<br />DAY<br />EDMUNDS<br />WALWORTH<br />ZEIBACH<br />DEWEY<br />BUTTE<br />SPINK<br />POTTER<br />FAULK<br />- 509- 18.9%<br />CODINGTON<br />CLARK<br />GRANT<br />- 671- 16.2%<br />DEUEL<br />SULLY<br />HYDE<br />HAND<br />HAMLIN<br />MEADE<br />BEADLE<br />BROOKINGS<br />HUGHES<br />KINGSBURY<br />LAWRENCE<br />STANLEY<br />MOODY<br />LAKE<br />+ 7,715+ 8.7%<br />MINER<br />JERAULD<br />SANBORN<br />BUFFALO<br />LYMAN<br />JONES<br />HAAKON<br />PENNINGTON<br />JACKSON<br />AURORA<br />BRULE<br />CUSTER<br />Minnehaha<br />HANSON<br />+ 26,991+ 18.2%<br />DAVISON<br />McCOOK<br />SHANNON<br />TRIPP<br />TURNER<br />CHARLES<br />HUTCHINSON<br />DOUGLAS<br />MELLETTE<br />MIX<br />+ 13,634+ 56.5%<br />BENNETT<br />TODD<br />YANKTON<br />LINCOLN<br />FALL RIVER<br />BON<br />GREGORY<br />UNION<br />CLAY<br />HOMME<br />Black Hills + 9,560 Southeast + 13,351 Minnehaha + 26,991<br /> Total +49,902<br />Rest of the State: – 8,532<br />The Density ShiftProblem, Short Term<br />
  10. 10. 2000 to 2025: 754,944 to 852,788 = + 97,844<br />= losing people (39)<br />= gaining people (27)<br />HARDING<br />PERKINS<br />ROBERTS<br />MARSHALL<br />CAMPBELL<br />CORSON<br />McPHERSON<br />BROWN<br />- 957- 33.0%<br />- 1,012- 30.1%<br />DAY<br />EDMUNDS<br />WALWORTH<br />ZEIBACH<br />DEWEY<br />BUTTE<br />SPINK<br />POTTER<br />FAULK<br />- 964- 35.8%<br />CODINGTON<br />CLARK<br />GRANT<br />DEUEL<br />SULLY<br />HYDE<br />HAND<br />HAMLIN<br />MEADE<br />+ 12,841+ 52.9%<br />BEADLE<br />BROOKINGS<br />HUGHES<br />KINGSBURY<br />LAWRENCE<br />STANLEY<br />MOODY<br />LAKE<br />MINER<br />JERAULD<br />SANBORN<br />BUFFALO<br />LYMAN<br />JONES<br />HAAKON<br />PENNINGTON<br />JACKSON<br />AURORA<br />BRULE<br />CUSTER<br />Minnehaha<br />HANSON<br />+ 48,896+ 33.0%<br />DAVISON<br />McCOOK<br />SHANNON<br />TRIPP<br />TURNER<br />CHARLES<br />HUTCHINSON<br />DOUGLAS<br />MELLETTE<br />MIX<br />+ 14,878+ 61.7%<br />BENNETT<br />TODD<br />YANKTON<br />LINCOLN<br />FALL RIVER<br />BON<br />GREGORY<br />UNION<br />CLAY<br />HOMME<br />Black Hills + 21,161 Southeast + 20,823 Minnehaha + 48,896<br /> Total +90,180<br />Rest of the State: Only + 7,664<br />The Density ShiftProblem, LONG Term<br />
  11. 11. Actual County Population Changes, 1990 to 2000: <br />Along the Interstate Highways<br />ROBERTS<br />GRANT<br />CODINGTON<br />DEUEL<br />HAMLIN<br />MEADE<br />BROOKINGS<br />LAWRENCE<br />MOODY<br />LYMAN<br />JONES<br />PENNINGTON<br />JACKSON<br />AURORA<br />BRULE<br />MINNEHAHA<br />McCOOK<br />HANSON<br />DAVISON<br />LINCOLN<br />1990Change #Change % 2000<br /> 22 Interstate Counties 411,259 +54,659 +13.3% 465,918<br /> 44 Non-Interstate Counties 284,745+4,181+1.5%288,926<br /> All Counties 696,004 +58,840 +8.5% 754,844<br />UNION<br />CLAY<br />Same trend is continuing 2000 to 2010<br />
  12. 12. Actual County Pop Changes, 1990 to 2000: by Region<br />West River <br />Extreme East & SE <br />Upper Jim & East Central <br />HARDING<br />ROBERTS<br />CAMPBELL<br />McPHERSON<br />BROWN<br />PERKINS<br />CORSON<br />MARSHALL<br />+7.4%<br />-1.4%<br />+15.8%<br />EDMUNDS<br />WALWORTH<br />DAY<br />DEWEY<br />ZEIBACH<br />SPINK<br />POTTER<br />FAULK<br />BUTTE<br />CODINGTON<br />GRANT<br />CLARK<br />DEUEL<br />SULLY<br />HYDE<br />HAND<br />HAMLIN<br />BEADLE<br />LAWRENCE<br />MEADE<br />HUGHES<br />BROOKINGS<br />KINGSBURY<br />STANLEY<br />MOODY<br />LAKE<br />MINER<br />JERAULD<br />SANBORN<br />BUFFALO<br />PENNINGTON<br />LYMAN<br />JONES<br />HAAKON<br />JACKSON<br />AURORA<br />BRULE<br />HANSON<br />CUSTER<br />DAVISON<br />MINNEHAHA<br />McCOOK<br />SHANNON<br />TRIPP<br />TURNER<br />CHARLES<br />DOUGLAS<br />FALL RIVER<br />MELLETTE<br />MIX<br />HUTCHINSON<br />LINCOLN<br />BENNETT<br />TODD<br />BON<br />YANKTON<br />HOMME<br />GREGORY<br />CLAY<br />UNION<br />1990Change #Change %2000<br /> West River 211,591 +15,620 +7.4% 227,211<br /> Upper Jim & East Central 194,141 -2,691 -1.4% 191,450<br /> Extreme East &n SE 290,272+45,911+15.8%336,183<br /> State Total 696,004 +58,840 +8.5% 754,844<br />Same trend is continuing 2000 to 2010<br />
  13. 13. 2000 to 2007: 754,944 to 796,214 = + 41,370<br />= losing people (44)<br />= gaining people (22)<br />HARDING<br />PERKINS<br />ROBERTS<br />MARSHALL<br />CAMPBELL<br />CORSON<br />McPHERSON<br />BROWN<br />DAY<br />EDMUNDS<br />WALWORTH<br />ZEIBACH<br />DEWEY<br />BUTTE<br />SPINK<br />POTTER<br />FAULK<br />CODINGTON<br />CLARK<br />GRANT<br />DEUEL<br />SULLY<br />HYDE<br />HAND<br />HAMLIN<br />MEADE<br />BEADLE<br />BROOKINGS<br />HUGHES<br />KINGSBURY<br />LAWRENCE<br />STANLEY<br />MOODY<br />LAKE<br />MINER<br />JERAULD<br />SANBORN<br />BUFFALO<br />LYMAN<br />JONES<br />HAAKON<br />PENNINGTON<br />JACKSON<br />AURORA<br />BRULE<br />CUSTER<br />Minnehaha<br />HANSON<br />DAVISON<br />McCOOK<br />SHANNON<br />TRIPP<br />TURNER<br />CHARLES<br />HUTCHINSON<br />DOUGLAS<br />MELLETTE<br />MIX<br />BENNETT<br />TODD<br />YANKTON<br />LINCOLN<br />FALL RIVER<br />BON<br />GREGORY<br />UNION<br />CLAY<br />HOMME<br />Black Hills + 9,560 Southeast + 13,351 Minnehaha + 26,991<br /> Total +49,902<br />Rest of the State: – 8,532<br />The Density ShiftProblem, Short Term<br />
  14. 14. Sampling of School Age Children (5-19) in Some RedCounties<br />County20002025Change%<br />Harding 406 261 - 145 - 36%<br />Haakon 519 237 - 282 - 54%<br /> Stanley 669 220 - 449 - 67% <br />Hyde 333 181 - 152 - 46% <br />Potter 554 169 - 385 - 70% <br />Jerauld 461 226 - 235 - 51%<br />Hutchinson 1,702 960 - 742 - 44%<br />Day 1375 676 - 699 - 51%<br />Deuel 1,002 526 - 476 - 48%<br />Beadle 3,718 2,588 - 1,130 - 30%<br />
  15. 15. infrastucture<br />(telecom)<br />
  16. 16. place<br />amenities<br />business<br />development<br />housing<br />health<br />care<br />infrastructure<br />(telecom)<br />schools<br />

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