Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Jasper City Schools: A Look at the Numbers Dr. Martha LaCroix Jasper City Schools Administrative Retreat – 7.7.14.

Similar presentations


Presentation on theme: "Jasper City Schools: A Look at the Numbers Dr. Martha LaCroix Jasper City Schools Administrative Retreat – 7.7.14."— Presentation transcript:

1 Jasper City Schools: A Look at the Numbers Dr. Martha LaCroix Jasper City Schools Administrative Retreat –

2 The Numbers Assessments Vision 2015 AdvancED Assist Surveys

3 Stakeholder Surveys – AdvancED ASSIST Portal

4 SchoolNumber of Respondents Walker High School62 Maddox Middle School42 Memorial Park Elementary33 T.R. Simmons Elementary32 West Jasper Elementary22 North Highland3 ASSIST Staff Survey Respondents “In progress” – No composite score yet

5 SchoolNumber of Respondents Average Score Summary Walker High School Maddox Middle School Memorial Park Elementary T.R. Simmons Elementary West Jasper Elementary ASSIST Student Survey Respondents

6 SchoolNumber of Respondents Walker High School127 Maddox Middle School264 Memorial Park Elementary110 T.R. Simmons Elementary136 West Jasper Elementary54 North Highland4 ASSIST Parent Survey Respondents

7 ASSIST Parent Survey Average Score Summary (5-point scale)

8 ASSESSMENTS State trend toward questioning use of assessment data, making certain that formative and summative data is not repetitive, and that we don’t “over test.” Performance Series/Achievement Series ACT – Results in September Aspire – Results in September Alabama Science Assessment

9 ASSESSMENTS EXPLORE – Composite score of 15.1 (national avg. is 15.5) PLAN – Composite score of 17.1 (national avg. is 17.2)

10 ACT Aspire Results – Coming in September Visit for prototype reports.www.act.org/aap/alabama

11 JCS – Vision 2015 – 4 th 9-Week Checkpoint Data Collection V2015 TARGETWHSMMSMPSTRSWJS ALL SCHOOLS % Students on A Honor Roll (Cumulative for year at each 9-week interval)25%7%14%58%44%27% % Students on A/B Honor Roll (Cumulative for year at each 9-week interval)35%11%23%27%34%31% Average Daily Attendance (most recent 20-day report)95%94%97%96% 93%

12 JCS – Vision 2015 – 4 th 9-Week Checkpoint Data Collection V2015 TARGETMMS MIDDLE SCHOOL ONLY % Students Involved in Extracurricular Activities75%65% # 8th Graders Making B or Higher in Alg. I 28 (in 2012)27

13 JCS – Vision 2015 – 4 th 9-Week Checkpoint Data Collection JCS - Vision 2015 Data -4th 9 Wks., V2015 TARGETWHS HIGH SCHOOL ONLY % Students Involved in Extracurricular Activities75%73% # 10th/11th Graders Making B or Higher in Alg. II92 (in 2012)67 # 12th Graders on Track to Graduate w/Honors Diploma 30 (per grade)27 # 11th Graders on Honors Diploma Program 19 # 10th Graders on Honors Diploma Program 73 # 9th Graders on Honors Diploma Program 90 # 12th Graders on Track to Graduate w/Advanced Diploma50%75 # 11th Graders on Advanced Diploma Program 135 # 10th Graders on Advanced Diploma Program 122 # 9th Graders on Advanced Diploma Program 66 % Seniors College-Bound (based on Sr. Survey or other appropriate source)90% 92% # 12th Graders on Track to Graduate as Career Technical Completers5024 # 11th Graders on Track to Graduate as Career Technical Completers 106 # 10th Graders on Track to Graduate as Career Technical Completers 128 # 9th Graders on Track to Graduate as Career Technical Completers 260

14 Graduation Rate

15 JCS – Graduation Rate WHSSystem % (AYP – Yes) 88.89% (AYP – Yes) % (AYP – Yes) 95.63% (AYP – Yes) %** (AYP – Yes) %** (AYP – Yes) %** % Listed by accountability year; based on previous calendar year data * Based on “Closing the Gap” calculations recently approved ** Determined by new NGA graduation cohort formula; the state and most district rates are lower

16 Thanks so much!


Download ppt "Jasper City Schools: A Look at the Numbers Dr. Martha LaCroix Jasper City Schools Administrative Retreat – 7.7.14."

Similar presentations


Ads by Google