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1 1 Test Data Review and Adequate Yearly Progress

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3 3 Idaho Reading Indicator (IRI) Grades K-3. Individual reading test administered three times/year was a new test and is a new baseline Scores: 3 – Benchmark 2 – Strategic 1 – Intensive On Target: –Reach the Spring Benchmark or –Increase the percentage of students meeting Benchmark (3) by 5% from Fall to Spring.

4 4 13 out of 14 schools met the Benchmark for Kindergarten. Kindergarten

5 5 12 out of 14 schools met the Benchmark for first grade. First Grade

6 6 9 out of 14 schools have met the Benchmark for second grade. Second Grade

7 7 12 out of 14 schools have met the Benchmark for third grade. Third Grade

8 8 Idaho Standards Achievement Test (ISAT) Reading, language usage, math in grades 3 through 8 and Fall & Spring – Spring only. Science in grades 5, 7, & 10. Given on computer. Used to measure adequate yearly progress (AYP) in the spring. Passing score required for graduation. –Retest opportunity offered four times each year.

9 9 ISAT DATA The first set of graphs show: The percent of students proficient in grades 3-8 & 10, state and district longitudinal data, based on the NCLB items from the ISAT.

10 10 Pocatello/Chubbuck School District #25 ISAT % Proficient based on the NCLB items from the ISAT Spring rd Grade

11 11 Pocatello/Chubbuck School District #25 ISAT % Proficient based on the NCLB items from the ISAT Spring th Grade

12 12 Pocatello/Chubbuck School District #25 ISAT % Proficient based on the NCLB items from the ISAT Spring th Grade

13 13 Pocatello/Chubbuck School District #25 ISAT % Proficient based on the NCLB items from the ISAT Spring th Grade

14 14 Pocatello/Chubbuck School District #25 ISAT % Proficient based on the NCLB items from the ISAT Spring th Grade

15 15 Pocatello/Chubbuck School District #25 ISAT % Proficient based on the NCLB items from the ISAT Spring th Grade

16 16 Pocatello/Chubbuck School District #25 ISAT % Proficient based on the NCLB items from the ISAT Spring th Grade

17 17 Pocatello/Chubbuck School District #25 ISAT % Proficient based on the NCLB items from the ISAT Spring Science

18 18 ISAT DATA The next set of graphs show: The percent of students proficient in grades 3-8 & 10, Spring 2008 school data, based on the NCLB items from the ISAT.

19 19 Pocatello/Chubbuck School District #25 ISAT % Proficient based on the NCLB items from the ISAT Spring rd Grade

20 20 Pocatello/Chubbuck School District #25 ISAT % Proficient based on the NCLB items from the ISAT Spring th Grade

21 21 Pocatello/Chubbuck School District #25 ISAT % Proficient based on the NCLB items from the ISAT Spring th Grade

22 22 Pocatello/Chubbuck School District #25 ISAT % Proficient based on the NCLB items from the ISAT Spring th Grade

23 23 Pocatello/Chubbuck School District #25 ISAT % Proficient based on the NCLB items from the ISAT Spring th Grade

24 24 Pocatello/Chubbuck School District #25 ISAT % Proficient based on the NCLB items from the ISAT Spring th Grade

25 25 Pocatello/Chubbuck School District #25 ISAT % Proficient based on the NCLB items from the ISAT Spring th Grade

26 26 Pocatello/Chubbuck School District #25 ISAT % Proficient based on the NCLB items from the ISAT Spring 2008 Science

27 27 ISAT DATA The next set of graphs show: The percent of students proficient in grades 3-8 & 10 based on AYP calculations from the ISAT by sub-groups.

28 28 Percent Proficient by Ethnicity

29 29 Percent Proficient by Ethnicity

30 30 Percent Proficient by Special Programs

31 31 Percent Proficient by Special Programs

32 32 NCLB and AYP The No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Act requires that all: students meet the standards for reading and math by schools demonstrate adequate yearly progress (AYP) toward achieving that goal.

33 33 NCLB and AYP Each state has set incremental benchmarks to reach 100% proficiency by Math requirement: – : 70% students proficient – : 70% students proficient – : 80% students proficient Reading requirement: – : 78% students proficient – : 78% students proficient – : 85% students proficient

34 34 AYP Incremental Benchmarks Year MATH Intermediate Goals 70% 80% 90% 100% Year READING Intermediate Goals 78% 85% 92% 100%

35 35 NCLB and AYP Facts Sixth year held accountable for No Child Left Behind (NCLB) / Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP). 41 targets to meet proficiency benchmarks. Entire student population – or any one of the subgroups – does not meet targets, school is deemed not to have made AYP. AYP is only one measure of a school’s success.

36 36 School AYP Accountability

37 37 Pocatello/Chubbuck School District AYP Status Eight of thirteen elementary schools met AYP. One elementary school is on alert. Seven elementary schools are in School Improvement. All middle schools are in School Improvement. Two of four high schools met AYP. All high schools are in School Improvement.

38 38 Elementary Schools that Met AYP (and are not in School Improvement) Chubbuck Elementary Ellis Elementary Gate City Elementary Greenacres Elementary Tendoy Elementary

39 39 Elementary Schools that Met AYP (but are still in School Improvement) Indian Hills Elementary Improvement 2 Reading Tyhee Elementary Improvement 2 Reading Washington Elementary Improvement 1 Reading

40 40 Elementary School On Alert Edahow Elementary – Alert Reading Economically Disadvantaged Reading Proficiency (75.51%) Elementary Schools in School Improvement 1 Lewis & Clark Elementary School – Improvement 1 3 rd Indicator – Language, Improvement 1 Reading, Improvement 1 Math Total Population Language Proficiency (69.32%) Economically Disadvantaged Reading Proficiency (72.88%) Economically Disadvantaged Math Proficiency (68.36%) Syringa Elementary School – Improvement 1 Math Economically Disadvantaged Math Proficiency (68.5%)

41 41 Elementary School in School Improvement 2 Jefferson Elementary School – Improvement 2 Reading, Improvement 1 Math Economically Disadvantaged Reading Proficiency (77.16%) Students With Disabilities Reading Proficiency (25.58%) Students With Disabilities Math Proficiency (44.19%) Elementary School in School Improvement 3 Wilcox Elementary School – Improvement 3 Reading Hispanic Reading Proficiency (72.97%) Economically Disadvantaged Reading Proficiency (71.76%) Students With Disabilities Reading Proficiency (52%)

42 42 Middle School in School Improvement 2 Franklin Middle School – Improvement 2 Reading, Improvement 2 Math, Improvement 1 3 rd Indicator-Language Economically Disadvantaged Reading Proficiency (72.41%) Students with Disabilities Reading Proficiency (50%) Total Population Language Proficiency (73.24%) Economically Disadvantaged Math Proficiency (54.6%) Students with Disabilities Math Proficiency (30.36%) (missed safe harbor because of SWD Language Proficiency)

43 43 Middle Schools in School Improvement 3 Hawthorne Middle School – Improvement 3 Reading, Improvement 3 Math American Indian Reading Proficiency (57.58%) Economically Disadvantaged Reading Proficiency (75.24%) Students with Disabilities Reading Proficiency (26.32%) Students with Disabilities Math Proficiency (17.54%) Kinport Academy – Improvement 3 Reading, Improvement 3 Math Total Population Reading Proficiency (41.67%) Total Population Math Proficiency (33.33%)

44 44 Middle School in School Improvement 5 Irving Middle School – Improvement 3 Reading, Improvement 5 Math Students with Disabilities Reading Proficiency (57.58%) Hispanic Math Proficiency (67.5%) (missed Safe Harbor because of Hispanic Language Proficiency)

45 45 High Schools that Met AYP (but are still in School Improvement) Century High School Improvement 1 3 rd Indicator – Graduation Rate, Improvement 1 Reading, Improvement 2 Math New Horizons High School Improvement 2 Reading, Improvement 2 Math

46 46 High Schools in School Improvement Highland High School – Improvement 1 Math Economically Disadvantaged Math Proficiency (59.26%) Pocatello High School – Improvement 1 Math Total Population Math Proficiency (65.97%) White Math Proficiency (66%)

47 47 District AYP Accountability

48 48 District Classified in Improvement Improvement 1 3 rd Indicator-Graduation Rate, Improvement 3 Reading, Improvement 1 Math LEP Reading Proficiency (54.55%) (missed Safe Harbor because of LEP Language Proficiency) Students with Disabilities Reading Proficiency (46.88%) LEP Math Proficiency (56.82%) Students with Disabilities Math Proficiency (42.37%)

49 49 What Plans Are Being Made for Improvement? Implement Total Instructional Alignment Implement Professional Learning Communities Continue to expand ‘Response to Intervention’ (RtI) model –Continue to expand and offer interventions Continued use of Instructional Reading & Math Coaches Strengthen the District’s Professional Development Offerings –Effective Instructional Strategies –Highly Effective Questioning –Framework for Understanding Poverty –Cultural Competency Training –Love & Logic –Reach Out Continue to focus improvement efforts through the School Improvement planning process (Effective Schools Research) High School / Middle School Redesign After school English and math help sessions for middle school After school math help sessions for high school Continued use of Academic Success Coaches

50 50 CELEBRATE! AYP is one indicator of school success. The Pocatello/Chubbuck School District was selected for the “What Parents Want” award by School Match Based on: competitive test scores accreditation recognition for excellence by a national foundation competitive teacher salaries average instructional expenditures library/media services class size Only 16% of the nation’s school districts have received this recognition *We are continuing to Maximize Student Learning*

51 51 CELEBRATE! AYP is one indicator of school success. Pocatello High School and Lewis & Clark Elementary School designated as “FastTrack” Gold Cap Schools awarded by Scientific Learning for exemplary implementation of a computer-based program that helps improve reading, attention and memory PHS had a record-setting five academic state championships Each of the district’s three high schools had academically successful athletic teams *We are continuing to Maximize Student Learning*

52 52 CELEBRATE! AYP is one indicator of school success. Franklin Middle School implemented a National Junior Honor Society induction of 102 students who met the rigorous academic, leadership and citizenship criteria Over 300 high school students took concurrent enrollment courses 67 high school seniors graduated with highest honors in 2008 *We are continuing to Maximize Student Learning*

53 53 CELEBRATE! Students excelled at the regional, state and national level: Irving Middle School science students were recognized for their exemplary performance at the Science Olympiads competition Four elementary students qualified for the State Geography Bee and one qualified for the National Geography Bee A Franklin Middle School student received the Spirit of Idaho Award from Congressman Mike Crapo A Hawthorne Middle School student placed 11th in the state MATHCOUNTS competition Two students from Century High School placed seventh in a National Debate Competition A parent and teacher in the district’s Head Start program were selected for awards by the Region 10 Head Start Association *We are continuing to Maximize Student Learning*


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