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1 District & School Performance Scores November 2014 Accountability Updates East Baton Rouge Parish School System Liz Frischhertz, Accountability & Assessment 1

2 School Performance Score Elementary School i LEAP Grade 3 LEAP Grade 4 Assessment Points * 150Advanced 125Mastery 100Basic 0Approaching Basic 0Unsatisfactory * Progress Points - Up to 10 points for students who exceed growth expectations on current year tests

3 Credits Accumulation Index Points Points Per Student or less0 3 rd year 8 th grade student0 Dropout0 School Performance Score Middle School i LEAP Grade 6 i LEAP Grade 7 Dropout//Credit Accumulation Index Assessment Points * 150Advanced 125Mastery 100Basic 0Approaching Basic 0Unsatisfactory * Progress Points - Up to 10 points for students who exceed growth expectations on current year tests * End-of-Course Points – Additional points for middle school students scoring Excellent (50) or Good (25) on EOC tests

4 School Performance Score High School Graduation Index Points 150Diploma + Advanced Placement with a score of 3 or higher 110Diploma + Dual Enrollment or Advanced Placement with a score less than 3 or Industry Based Certification 100Diploma 755 th Year Graduate 25GED ACT Points 2.8 increase for each additional ACT point between 18 – 36 Graduation Rate Points Earn points for the percent of students who graduate in four years EOC Test Points 150Excellent 100Good 0Fair 0Needs Improvement Tests include Algebra I, Geometry, English II, English III, and Biology. U.S. History will be included in the 2014 SPS * Progress Points – Up to 10 bonus points if students: were non-proficient on last state English language arts or math exams took PLAN test and have targets exceeded PLAN targets on ACT tests

5 East Baton Rouge Parish School System Better Schools. Better Futures. 5

6 East Baton Rouge Parish School System Better Schools. Better Futures. 6 District Performance Score Previous Scale ( 0 – 200 ) New Scale ( 0 – 150) 2013 transition score 2014 score Growth Louisiana EBRPSS New Score Changes Scale 0 – 150 Data for One Year Progress Points High School Graduation Index Curriculum and Assessments No Attendance Points

7 District Performance year change Percent Poverty Total Population East Baton Rouge % 41,844 Neighboring Ascension %21,211 Baker %1,661 Central * %4.382 Livingston * %25,344 West Baton Rouge %3,886 Zachary * %5,415 Size Caddo %40,658 Jefferson %46,325 Lafayette %30,724 Louisiana %715,012 7

8 East Baton Rouge Parish School System Better Schools. Better Futures. EBR Recovery School District Capitol High Boys FFFF FFD (57.5) Capitol High Girls FFFF Glen Oaks Middle FFFFFFF (49.3) Prescott Middle FFFFFFF (38.8) Crestworth Middle FFFFFFF (34.3) Dalton Elementary FFFFFFD (51.9) Kenilworth Middle FDDDCDD (65.7) Lanier Elementary FFFFFFF (32.0) Istrouma High FFFFFF (17.8)

9 East Baton Rouge Parish School System Better Schools. Better Futures. EBR Scholarship Schools Scholarship Cohort Index Hosanna Christian AcademyF49.8 Redemptorist JuniorF26.3 Redemptorist ElementaryF46.1 St. Francis XavierD52.3 St. Louis King of FranceD53.3

10 East Baton Rouge Parish School System Better Schools. Better Futures. Highlights in District Performance 10  EBR District Performance Score (DPS) increases for seventh consecutive year  2012 – 2013 school year = DPS – 2014 school year = DPS 81.3  Increased in all assessment indexes (LEAP, iLEAP, End-of-Course, ACT)  The maximum Ten Progress Points awarded to district for student growth

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12 Top Gains Definition: Schools met Growth Target & passed Subgroup Component Federal Subgroups African American Hispanic All Students White Economically Disadvantaged Limited English Proficient Special Education 13 EBR Schools Are Top Gains 12 of 13 Top Gains schools improved at least one letter grade 12

13 Audubon Elementary Belfair Elementary Claiborne Elementary Riveroaks Elementary Lee High Southdowns Buchanan LaSalle Thrive Baton Rouge University Terrace Woodlawn Elementary Polk Elementary Mentorship Academy of Digital Arts 13

14 East Baton Rouge Parish School System Better Schools. Better Futures. Annual Performance Scores * new A schools Baton Rouge Magnet High Westdale Heights Elementary126.6 Sherwood Middle121.9 Mayfair Lab*118.1 Baton Rouge FLAIM116.8 Baton Rouge Center VPA115.5 Parkview Elementary112.6 Forest Heights Academy McKinley Middle Shenandoah Elementary106.5 LaSalle Elementary*102.3

15 East Baton Rouge Parish School System Better Schools. Better Futures. Annual Performance Score Annual Performance Score 85 – Belfair ES* 97.5 Dufrocq ES 97.4 Woodlawn ES 97.2 Crestworth ES 96.6 Southdowns* 95.0 Buchanan ES* 95.0 Audubon ES* 91.5 Cedarcrest ES* 91.1 Lee High* 91.1 University Terrace ES*88.2 Magnolia Woods ES*87.6 Thrive MS* 87.5 Woodlawn MS* 87.0 JK Haynes ES*86.5 Westdale MS86.3 Brownfields ES* 85.0 * new B schools

16 Schools with 10 or more points of growth 16

17 East Baton Rouge Parish School System Better Schools. Better Futures. Highlights in School Performance 17  Over half of EBR schools increased their performance  23% increased at least one letter grade  62% (52 of our schools) received progress points – 10% higher than 2013  Two additional schools with an A  11 schools increased from a grade of C to B  13 schools earned Top Gains Status  84% met federal subgroup component

18 East Baton Rouge Parish School System Better Schools. Better Futures. 7 alternative schools (4 new*) ArlingtonEBR Readiness*Greenville Beechwood*Eden Park* McAuliffe* Northdale 4 EBR charters (1 new*) AMI*Children’s Charter Career AcademyMentorship Science/Tech 5 traditional (1 new*) Howell ParkMerrydalePark Forest Elem MelroseNorth Banks* 18 Schools labeled Academically Unacceptable

19 Intervention Action Steps Alternative Schools 19 Action Steps Progress So FarNext Steps Screening Process with smaller school and class sizes Students have been placed in appropriate settings based on area of need Verify through multiple data sources that students are progressing in this placement InterventionsIntervention programs are in place at all schools with students placed appropriately Train teachers, instructional specialist, and administrators on data resources to monitor progress in intervention Blended Learning Model incorporates higher teacher to student time New model is available at each site Through walkthrough and online program data, assess the quality and quantity of time for students to interact with the teacher

20 20 Faculty and Staff Changes Include: –Six part-time interventionists –Experienced math coach Focus on data analysis with next steps for remediation and acceleration In , over 125 new students from Delmont due to redistricting Increased rigor with the implementation of Eureka Math and student novels Howell ParkDFDF 46.2

21 21 Faculty and Staff Changes Include –Administrative team (Principal and Assistant Principal) –Instructional Specialist for 3 rd – 5 th grade support City Year Cadets serve 3 rd -5 th graders K – 3 Literacy Intervention Program –Incorporates science and social studie Departmentalized instruction with planning at grade-level and cross grade-level content teams Social worker to serve students with behavior and emotional challenges MelroseFFDF 47.1

22 22 Faculty and Staff Changes Include –New administrative team selected to fit unique student needs –Principal has national board certification in literacy –Nine highly qualified teachers and four additional paraprofessionals –Librarian position reinstated –All vacancies filled Tiered interventions include Read 180 and System 44 City Year Cadets focus support in grades Adding gifted class each year (3 rd grade in ) 1003g Grant Money - Enhance and update technology - Additional science labs - Variety o.f different materials and supplies MerrydaleDFDF 40.4

23 Faculty and staff changes include IDEA Interventionist (English and Social Studies) Vertical Planning in Four Core Content Areas Restructured Professional Learning Communities Engage students and teachers in data analysis with goal setting and next steps Tiered interventions - Math 180, Read 180, System 44 ESS and Instructional District Specialists provide ongoing support to all core content areas STEAM after school tutoring grades 6 th -7 th (focused on Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math) Involve Parents with focus groups North BanksF 35.5

24 24 Faculty and staff changes include: –Leadership Team –Two Instructional Specialists –Additional Exceptional Student Services Teacher Aligning instructional materials for use in the classroom Social Skills Shape-up Program 42 of 254 students qualified for English Language Learner support District specialists providing additional support weekly Protocols focus Professional Learning Communities on data SRCL Grant Park Forest ESDDDF 49.2

25 District-wide English Language Learners

26 Intervention Action Steps English Language Learners Action StepsProgressNext Steps Pilot newcomer classesPilot group focus on literacy and life skills at LaBelle Aire, Broadmoor Middle and Tara High Evaluate pilot group for successful transitions Establish community 0utreach partnerships Secured volunteers for language support from LSU, Baton Rouge High’s Spanish Club and other organizations Work with VIPS and other organizations to maintain and add volunteers Secure instructional resources for intensive language development Utilize resources including Access for Newcomers, Journeys Newcomer Support, Rosetta Stone, ALEC, System 44, Singleton English Instructional specialists maintain data from programs to determine effectiveness

27 East Baton Rouge Parish School System Better Schools. Better Futures. EADMS - Educator Assessment Data Management System Grade 3 District Science Benchmark Pretest & Unit 1 27

28 Intervention Action Steps Science 28 Action Steps Progress So FarNext Steps Develop districtwide science assessments Posted science test schedule with blueprints. Science pre-test developed, distributed and administered. Analyze pre-test data. Build interim tests with close alignment to the Year-at-a Glance and Year-in- Detail. Integrate science kits into textbook units. Building middle school science kits. Distributed elementary science kits. Training Model lessons Monitor science classes and Benchmark Assessments Instructional specialists hired for elementary and secondary science Provide feedback to district and school staff with suggestions for improvement as needed

29 EBR ACT Composite Score High School Spring 2014 Results ACT – EBRPSS Graduating Senior Report Our 2014 Seniors were the first class to be in the state-mandated ACT testing for all students. We are targeting our 2015 seniors by offering differential ACT preparation classes. Our high schools look forward to raising this composite score. Range of scores is 0 – 32. A composite of 17 or higher will give our seniors an opportunity to attend post-graduate institutions with the help of Louisiana’s tuition exemption program. 29

30 Intervention Action Steps ACT Action Steps Progress So Far Next Steps Purchase and implement ACT preparatory program Programs available at all high schools Schedule reviews of usage and progress reports. Evaluate programs at each school for effectiveness based on ACT scores and fidelity of use Use state’s course choice program as a vehicle to implement ACT prep 578 students enrolled in ACT prep through course choice Investigate further revenue sources for online materials and technology infrastructure Plan data sessions to link Plan, Explore, and ACT scores Ensure all schools have data available in a useable format Principals and instructional specialists receive training and apply findings from the data dives to differentiate ACT preparation 30

31 East Baton Rouge Parish School System Better Schools. Better Futures. Spring 2015 PARCC Testing Grades 3 – 8 English Language Arts & Math 31 Paper and Pencil NOT online Accessibility and Accommodations No dictionaries Calculators –Grades 3 – 5 none unless on their IEP, IEP, ILL –Grade 6 – 7 four-function calculator for all students –Grade 8 – scientific calculator for all students Timed sessions

32 East Baton Rouge Parish School System Better Schools. Better Futures. Web Site Resources La. Dept. of Education Report Cards –Principal –Public –District Assessment Guides Public Report Card 32


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