Presentation on theme: "Back to the Future The Return of AYP for School Accountability."— Presentation transcript:
Back to the Future The Return of AYP for School Accountability
Adequate Yearly Progress In order to meet the federal accountability standards schools must, Have a 100% of students meet standard on the state assessment in reading and math Have 98% participation on the state assessments Meet standard in up to 45 categories measuring subgroup performance Ensure a graduation rate of at least 85%
District and School Improvement Steps 2 Steps for Districts -Woodland School District -Step 2 5 Steps for Schools Lewis River Academy- Step 0 Team High School – Step 3 (NS) Woodland High – Step 0 Woodland Middle – Step 3 (NS) Woodland Intermediate - Step 3 Woodland Primary –Step 0 Yale –Step 0
2013-2014 School Improvement Work Woodland Primary – Continued focus on improving math and reading. Woodland Intermediate – Developed a restructured intervention system and continued to train staff on how to provide intervention support to students. Woodland Middle School – Prepared students for the increased rigor of the new assessment system. Provided instructional math coaching to each math teacher. Woodland High School – Science department focused on the content of the biology standards and assessments. Provided instructional math coaching to each math teacher. Yale –Increased time for grade level instruction in math and reading. Lewis River Academy- Increased interventions Team High School –
Looking Ahead 2 Steps for Districts Woodland School District – Continue on Step 2 5 Steps for Schools Lewis River Academy- Step 0 Team High School – Step 3 (NS) Woodland High – Step 1 (NS) Woodland Middle – Step 0 Woodland Intermediate – Step 0 Woodland Primary –Step 0 Yale –Step 0 As a result of the reconfiguration both Woodland Middle School and Woodland Middle School will AYP status will reset.
Next Steps All schools will shift to increased rigor of new English Language Arts and Math Standards Prepare for a very different assessment (Smarter Balanced Assessment) We will educate our parents and community Continue our productive improvement efforts