Presentation on theme: "Jamesville-DeWitt School Report Card 2008-9 Presented to the Board of Education May 10, 2010."— Presentation transcript:
Jamesville-DeWitt School Report Card 2008-9 Presented to the Board of Education May 10, 2010
Report Card Components Overview of District performance in ELA, Math and Science and Graduation Rates Analysis of student subgroup performance Analysis of Similar Schools performance Accountability status on whether the district is making adequate yearly progress toward enabling all students to achieve proficiency in ELA and Math
DEMOGRAPHIC DATA Enrollment – 2,896 79%White 10% Black 8% American Indian, Asian, Pacific Islander 2% Hispanic 9% Free Lunch 2% Limited English Proficient 96% Attendance Rate
Report Card Comparisons for Poverty 2003-4 to 2008-9 Percentages
Need /Resource Capacity District: Average student need in relation to district resource capacity Schools: All in the lower range of student need Moses Dewitt in the middle range of the student need Based on Grade Level, Free Lunch and ELL students
K-12 Performance Grade 3-8 ELA, Math and Science 4 and 8 Assessments ELA and Math Regents and the Graduation rate. Groups used in determining NCLB Accountability: Racial/Ethnic, Disability Status SWD, English Language Proficiency ELL, Income
ELA 3 JD vs. Similar Schools Percentage Meeting the Standard
ELA 4 JD vs. Similar Schools Percentage Meeting the Standard
ELA 4 Trends 2004 to 2009 Percentage Meeting the Standards
ELA 8 Trends 2004-2009 Percentage Meeting the Standard
Summary Grades 3 -8 ELA District ELA performance is strong for all grades with subgroups making progress to close the achievement gap Performance 3-8 is comparable to or higher than Similar Schools performance Grade 4 and 8 performance is higher than previous years and moving in the direction of closing the gap for subgroups.
Math 8 Trends 2004-2009 Percentage Meeting the Standard
Summary Math 3-8 Performance District Math performance is strong for all grades Comparable to or greater than Similar School performance Subgroup performance continues to move in the direction of closing achievement gaps overtime in both Math 4 and 8
Science 8 Trends 2004-2009 Percentage Meeting the Standard
High School Performance Based on ELA and Math Regents after 4 years and the Graduation rate. Regents examination scores are reported in 4 score levels: 0-54, 55-64, 65-84, 85-100 Secondary assessments are taken when students complete the coursework for the core curriculum: therefore performance is measured for a cohort rather than a grade level
Meeting the Standards K-8Level 1Level 2Level 3Level 4 High School 0-5455-6465-8485-100
High School English Achievement after 4 Years (Percentage achieving Level 2,3,4)
High School Math Achievement after 4 Years (Percentage achieving Level 2,3,4)
2009 Graduation Rates for students from the 2003 (6 year), 2004 (5 year) and 2005 (4 year) Cohorts.
Report Card Summary Overall performance is strong Subgroups show improvement in closing achievement gaps with most fluctuation among SWD. Some significant gains for Black and Disadvantaged subgroups ELA and Math. High School Performance is strong for all students and improves for students with extra time.
Efforts/Directions to Improve Performance Elementary: New Initiatives DIBELS Assessments K-2 Road to the Code in K LLI (Leveled Literacy Intervention) Continuation of grade level meetings to analyze classroom instruction Continuation of Morning Program
Middle School Focus on Content Area Literacy Implementation of Co teaching model Refocus of Corrective Reading to primary grades Summer Program including SWD
High School Continue to analyze data through Department meetings and curriculum mapping Implementation of Ninth Grade Transition Team Study Skills Initiative