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Superintendent’s Report Monday, March 25, 2013 Donna M. Hargens, Ed.D. Superintendent Jefferson County Public Schools.

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1 Superintendent’s Report Monday, March 25, 2013 Donna M. Hargens, Ed.D. Superintendent Jefferson County Public Schools

2 Unbridled Learning Model JCPS District– 2012 Total Weighted Score: 50.8 Achievement (26%) Student performance in the five content areas of reading, mathematics, science, social studies and writing (on-demand and language—editing and mechanics). A formula awards points based on the student performance levels of Novice, Apprentice, Proficient and Distinguished (NAPD). Gap (26%) A single student gap group that includes students with membership in the following groups as required by federal guidelines: African-American, Hispanic, Native American, students with disabilities, poverty (qualified for free or reduced price lunch) and limited English proficient. Growth (29%) A statistical program generates a Student Growth Percentile by comparing an individual student’s score to the student’s academic peers using two years of test scores. Growth is reported for reading and mathematics in grades 4 through 8 and at grade 11. Graduation Rate (7%) Percent of students who graduate within four years of high school. It is calculated as the number of graduates with diploma in 4 years + graduates with diploma but IEP allowed 4 or more years divided by the 9 th grade membership th grade membership divided by 2. Level Achievement WeightGap WeightGrowth WeightReadiness WeightGraduation Weight Elementary Middle High 20 District College/Career Readiness (12%) Percent of students who are ready for college and/or careers, based on test scores and certifications earned. It is measured by EXPLORE scores for middle school and at the high school ACT benchmarks, college placement tests and career measures.

3 JCPS College and Career Readiness Targets

4 JCPS Graduation Rate Targets

5 Graduation Trend Data:

6 JCPS Graduation Rates School Name AFGR GOALMET Atherton High School YES Ballard High YES Brown SchoolNA YES Butler Traditional High School YES Central High School YES Doss High YES Dupont Manual High YES Eastern High YES Fairdale High School NO Fern Creek Traditional High YES Iroquois High YES Jeffersontown High School NO Louisville Male High School NO Moore Traditional School YES Pleasure Ridge Park High NO Seneca High YES Southern High School YES The Shawnee YES Valley High School YES Waggener High School YES Western High School NO Priority School Total DISTRICT TOTAL NO STATE TOTAL NO

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