Presentation on theme: "Wheeling Park High School Ohio County March 2013 NDPC SD and WVDE"— Presentation transcript:
1Wheeling Park High School Ohio County March 2013 NDPC SD and WVDE ON TARGETWheeling Park High SchoolOhio CountyMarch 2013NDPC SD and WVDE
2Wheeling Park High School The total population of Ohio County is estimated at 44,015 people, ranked 13th in the state, with 5.5% of persons under 5 years old, 20.0% under 18 years old, and 19.4% were 65 years old and over. There has been a decrease in student enrollment that correlates with the steady decrease in population.AYP 12AYP 11AYP 10AYP 09AYP 08Compressive High SchoolGrades 9-1218 Career Technical Programs17 Advanced Placement ClassesCollege at Park with WLU (37 credit hours)Dual Credit with WVNCC (24 credit hours)Service ALL ExceptionalitiesSpecial Education Staffing13 Professional7 Service2011- Low SES Subgroup MathematicsLow SES Subgroup Reading Language Arts
3Our Team Leah Stout Special Education Director, Ohio County Schools Amy MinchPrincipal, Wheeling Park High SchoolLinda BoydSpecial Education Department Chair, Wheeling Park High SchoolJosh FromhartGeneral Education Teacher, Wheeling Park High SchoolAmy RiceSpecial Education Teacher, Wheeling Park High School
4Baseline Data for 2010-2011 Group Graduation Rate Dropout Rate Attendance RateAll75%1.9%98.1%SWD59%2.3%97.6%
5Dropout Factors for Wheeling Park High School AttendanceBehaviorCourse PerformanceABC
6Z the of dropout prevention at WPHS and WPHS has a WV Dropout Prevention Team supported by NDPC-SD (National Dropout Prevention Center- Students with Disabilities) working to establish a data-driven early warning and response system in our school. Students signal frustration and disengagement from school in their attendance, behavior, and course performance. Studies show that we can identify up to half of future dropouts as early as the sixth grade just by looking at these variables. Our goal is for focused coordination and communication that will ease students’ transitions and help get the right supports to the right students at the right time before they disengage and give up on school.
8Dropout Prevention Plan Wheeling Park High SchoolInitial Plan ( )Implement Option PathwayProgramActivate School-wideMonitoring TeamIncorporate READ 180curriculum and techSteps
9Dropout Prevention Plan Wheeling Park High SchoolPlan Revisions ( )Full-time Option Pathway and Identification TeamCredit Checks and Cohort MonitoringTardy Sweep Monitoring Procedure
10Dropout Prevention Plan Wheeling Park High SchoolFinal Plan ( )Option Pathway and Identification TeamCredit Checks and Cohort MonitoringTardy Sweep Monitoring ProcedureHome Visits, Juvenile Mediation, Legal ActionIndividual Counseling and Peer MediationSummer School and Credit RecoveryAfter School ProgramsMonitoring of D-F-I ListsFinal Plan ( )Advisor – Advisee ProgramIntervention Team MeetingsLooping of Grade Level PrincipalsAdministrators Assigned DepartmentsIncreased Job Sites for Project EmployRuby Payne Professional Development
11School Developed Resources and Tools Google Docs EWSAdvisor – Advisee ProgramABC CriteriaIntervention Teams
12NDPC SD Intensive TA Funding Professional DevelopmentTeam member expenses for technical assistance conferences.PersonnelSubstitutes to cover for conferences, home visits, and meetings.TechnologyTablets to be used by Advisors and Advisees to monitor and document student progress.NDPC SD Intensive TA Funding
13Attendance Rate Group 2010 2011 2012 2013 All 97.4% 98.1% 98.36% SWD 96.3%97.6%
14Graduation Rate NCLB Data for 2011-2012 (2011 Cohort) All StudentsStudents with IEPsStandard DiplomaCohort DenominatorRateWHPS33144375%335659%State16,63521,75976%2,0493,56657%NCLB Data for (2011 Cohort)All StudentsStudents with IEPsStandard DiplomaCohort DenominatorRateWHPS33741481.4%264755.3%State16,51321,20577.9%2,0233,39659.6%Projected NCLB Data for (2012 Cohort)All StudentsStudents with IEPsStandard DiplomaCohort DenominatorRateWHPS33540982%244356%
15SWD Cohort 2012 Non-GradsRationalNumber of StudentsT2 Transfers Not Picked-up2DHHR Placement (PHANTOMS)1No ShowsTransfer During Year 5Dropout Prior to NDPC-SD TA9Dropout After NDPC-SD TA35 Year GradsTOTALS19SWD Students who are not calculated as graduates for the 2012 cohort. Some issues are outside of the school’s control. T2 Transfers DHHR Placements No Shows Transfer During Year 5
16Dropout Rate Dropout Rate for 2011-2012 All Students Grades 7-12Students with IEPs Grades 7-12EnrollmentDropsRateOhio Co.2,452471.9%28682.8%State122,1152,7292.3%19,1035232.7%Dropout Rate forAll Students Grades 7-12Students with IEPs Grades 7-12EnrollmentDropsRateOhio Co.2,4609.4%3022.66%State121,5192,1141.718,0853982.20%Projected Dropout Rate forAll Students Grades 7-12Students with IEPs Grades 7-12EnrollmentDropsRateOhio Co.2,4116.24%2792.71%
17DropoutsStudentsRational12011 Cohort with 19 credits who had a baby22011 Cohort with 23 credits moved to TX(Sp. Ed.)3Option 3 GED419.5 credits, moved in with boyfriend in OH (Sp. Ed.)52011 Cohort, left home62011 Cohort, 22 credits, runaway from placementTOTALSSo far this school year we have six students coded as dropouts from Wheeling Park High School.
18Aiming for the Target Proven Practices Expand Advisor-Advisee Program TransitionProgramsContinue with the proven practices from the past three years.Expand the Special Education Advisor-Advisee Program to include regular education at-risk students.Expand programs with DRS (Division of Rehabilitation Services) and community agencies to promote the post-secondary transition for special education students.