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School Improvement Advisory Committee October 15, 2008 Welcome!
Tonight’s Agenda Introductions Annual Progress Report District Goals Fall NWEA Scores Questions and Concerns –Enrollment –Vocational Classes
Annual Progress Report Reading –07-08 Goal: 4 th grade students will increase reading comprehension by 5% 4 th grade went from 66% as 3 rd graders to 48% proficient as 4 th graders Goal was NOT met in reading
08-09 Reading Goal 5 th grade Free and Reduced students will increase reading proficiency –This group of students was at 37% proficiency last year as 4 th graders, so they would need to reach at least 38% proficiency this year
APR (cont.) Math –07-08 Goal: 11 th grade students will increase their math total score by 5% 11 th grade students went from 68% proficient as 10 th graders to 65% proficient as 11 th graders Goal was NOT met in math
08-09 Math Goal 11 th grade Free and Reduced students will increase math proficiency –This group was at 41% proficiency last year as 10 th graders, so they will need to reach at least 42% proficiency this year
APR (cont.) Science –O7-08 goal: Students in grades 2-11 will increase science proficiency by 5% Students in grades 2-11 increased science proficiency from 80% to 81% Although scores increased, the goal was NOT met in science.
O8-09 Science Goal IEP students in grades 6-11 will increase science proficiency –This group was at 37% proficiency last year, so they will need to reach at least 38% proficiency next year.
APR (cont) Other measures of post-secondary success: –35 of 49 students (71.4%) who took the ACT in 07-08 scores a 20 or above (Iowa ave.=71.9) –40 of 51 graduating seniors (78.4%) intended to pursue post-secondary education or training (Iowa ave.=84.2%) –24 of 51 graduates (47.1%) completed a core program of 4 yrs. English and 3+ years of math, science, and social studies (Iowa ave.=60%)
APR (cont.) Other indicators of success –Average daily attendance in grades K-12: 95.79% –There were no dropouts during the 2006- 2007 school year
NWEA Student Growth Fall 07-08 … Language Usage