Presentation on theme: "Plumsted Township School District Assessment Results & Initiatives"— Presentation transcript:
1Plumsted Township School District Assessment Results & Initiatives 2012-2013 October 10, 2012Mrs. Colleen GravelDirector of Special ProjectsDr. Jeanette BaublesDirector of Curriculum & InstructionMr. Mike DonnellyDirector of Special Services
3NCLB and NJDOE Waiver Priority Schools Focus Schools Heavy Focus on Lowest PerformingPriority SchoolsFocus Schools
4Comparisons with Similar Districts The District Factor Group (DFG) represents an approximate measure of a community’s relative socioeconomic status as measured by:Percent of adults with no high school diplomaPercent of adults with some college educationOccupational statusUnemployment ratePercent of individuals in povertyMedian family income.Examples of Districts who are part of our DFG in Ocean County include:Lavallette BoroBrick TwpJackson TwpAnd Toms River
6Grade 3 Mathematics Percent Proficient 2011Grade 32012PlumstedDFGStateTotal81.887.781.178.4General Education84.189.784.983.7Students withDisabilities76.573.364.661.4EconomicallyDisadvantaged75.072.769.962.9This chart shows a comparison of the percent of students in third grade who scored proficient or above as compared with our District Factor Group or DFG and the state. Also included is the performance of each grade level in the first column in the chart. You can see that in Math, 3rd graders in Plumsted are performing above the DFG and the State in every subpopulation and have shown an increase over last year’s third grade.
7Grade 3 Language Arts Percent Proficient 2011Grade 32012PlumstedDFGStateTotal52.370.569.566.7General Education59.375.575.874.3Students withDisabilities11.840.040.639.3EconomicallyDisadvantaged42.968.256.347.4
9Grade 4 Language Arts Percent Proficient 2011Grade 42012PlumstedDFGStateTotal70.460.458.458.5General Education79.868.265.768.0Students withDisabilities21.120.026.028.2EconomicallyDisadvantaged48.040.045.234.4
12Grade 5 Language Arts Percent Proficient 2011Grade 52012PlumstedDFGStateTotal69.161.563.862.1General Education78.173.671.270.0Students withDisabilities15.08.329.729.1EconomicallyDisadvantaged43.529.649.141.4.
13New Egypt Middle School What follows are the results of NEW Egypt Middle School.
15Grade 6 Language Arts Percent Proficient 2011Grade 62012PlumstedDFGStateTotal78.176.366.564.5General Education87.986.074.572.6Students withDisabilities10.515.827.128.1EconomicallyDisadvantaged69.652.450.642.3
17Grade 7 Language Arts Percent Proficient 2011Grade 72012PlumstedDFGStateTotal74.867.761.361.0General Education87.9188.8.131.52Students withDisabilities14.89.520.121.7EconomicallyDisadvantaged43.545.838.4
19Grade 8 Language Arts Percent Proficient 2011Grade 82012PlumstedDFGStateTotal91.785.984.382.2General Education99.095.891.890.1Students withDisabilities57.148.448.347.2EconomicallyDisadvantaged68.468.074.267.2
24Grade 11 Language Arts Percent Proficient 2011Grade 112012PlumstedDFGStateTotal94.493.692.891.5General Education99.198.297.997.3Students withDisabilities184.108.40.2066.7EconomicallyDisadvantaged90.576.988.182.7
25NJ Biology Competency Test Percent Proficient 20112012PlumstedDFGStateTotal57.968.457.859.2General Education64.575.466.6Students withDisabilities15.826.320.323.6EconomicallyDisadvantaged37.558.843.936.0
26Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) Subject AreaPlumsted20112012Verbal471506Math501540Writing476536
27Summary Focus Areas for 2012-2013 Primary Strength Elementary School – Language Arts LiteracyMiddle School– MathematicsHigh School – Rigor to Reflect Common CorePrimary StrengthA Teaching Staff We Believe in
28Common Core State Standards Model Curriculum – Student Learning Objectives and AssessmentsK-12 Language Arts LiteracyK-12 MathematicsDistrict Unit PlansDaily Lesson Plans
29Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Career Technology-based AssessmentsExcellent Educators for New Jersey and Evidence of Learning Via New Jersey Standards Measurement and Resource for Teaching
30Next Steps… Analyzing Standardized Test Data Aligning Curriculum to Common Core State StandardsInforming Instruction With Formative and Summative AssessmentProviding Continual, Content Specific Professional DevelopmentDeveloping Master Schedules That Maximize Instructional MinutesPurchasing Instructional Materials
31Language Arts Literacy Language Arts Literacy BlockReader’s WorkshopWriter’s WorkshopWord StudyAssessment CalendarLeveled LibrariesTutoring/Homework ClubBasic Skills Supports
32Mathematics District Committee Analysis of Mathematics Series Unit Plan Design-Professional Learning CommunityAssessment CalendarCourse AlignmentTutoring/Homework ClubBasic Skills Supports
33Science Scope and Sequence Alignment Enrichment Support Marking Period RotationExpansion of Course Offerings
34Special Education Restructuring of Intervention and Referral Services Alignment of IEPs With Elementary Master ScheduleCollaborative Review of Lesson Plans From In-class Support to Self-contained
35Special EducationMulti-phase review of Alternate Proficiency Assessment MaterialsCoordination of Goals and Objectives With General Education Goals