Annual District Report

The State of the Schools Report, an annual report on student performance, demographics and district information.


The South Sioux City Community Schools is a progressive district in northeast Nebraska. With the communities of South Sioux City and Dakota City, we partner in learning with just over 3900 Preschool - 12th grade students and their families in a rigorous, collaborative educational journey, designed to support the needs of the whole child, in preparation for future college & career opportunities. We have one Preschool-K building, five K-5 elementary schools, a 6-8 middle school, and a 9-12 high school with an alternative setting. We celebrate and benefit from our diversity, which includes many English Learners. Our staff of almost 350 certified and 200+ classified, engage students in excellent and relevant learning experiences, reflecting the district's mission: South Sioux City Community Schools, in partnership with families & community, provides a safe & supportive learning environment where each student is uniquely prepared, and thrives academically, socially, and personally.

2016-2017 Nebraska Education Profile  (NEP) for South Sioux City Community Schools
DISTRICT ID : 22-0011-000

  • Graduation Rates
  • Enrollment numbers for State of Nebraska Membership (Prekindergarten - 12th Grade)
  • Free Reduced Lunch
  • English Lanquage Learners
  • Teacher Information / Demographics
  • Financial Receipts
  • Financial Expenditures

Historical Information:


    Click here to view the enrollment trends for the last ten years in PDF.


    Click here to view the Special Education Programs trends
    Click here to view the English Language Learner trends

     Click here to view the free and reduced trends for the last ten years in PDF.





      NE Dept. of Ed.-State of the Schools Report

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Updated: January 4, 2015