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1 Poway Unified Board of Education Academic Performance Index (API) and Annual Yearly Progress (AYP) October 15, 2012

2 Accountability Progress Reporting (APR) Academic Performance Index (API) State Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) Federal

3 API Calculations Based on individual student scores on the: All California Standards Test, Grades 2 – 11 California High School Exit Exam, Grade 10 Advanced = 1,000 Proficient = 875 Basic = 700 Below Basic = 500 Far Below Basic = 200 So, if every student was advanced on every test the school’s API would be 1,000.

4 Poway Unified School District API Growth Three-Year Growth By Student Group 2009 Base 2012 Growth API

5 Poway Unified School District API Growth Three-Year Growth By Program Group 2012 Growth API Base

6 Poway Unified Board of Education Annual Yearly Progress (AYP)

7 History of AYP No Child Left Behind (NCLB) – Districts and schools are required to meet four sets of targets, developed by each state, to meet Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP). – Districts or schools that receive Title I funds and that do not meet an AYP target in two consecutive years are subject to federal action – Scheduled for reauthorization in 2008 No reauthorization has occurred

8 NCLB Objective: Objective is that 100% of students will be proficient on state standards in ELA and Math by 2014

9 California’s Measures for Annual Yearly Progress (AYP) Participation Rate on statewide tests (95%) – California Standards Tests (CSTs) – California High School Exit Exam (CAHSEE) Growth API (1 point per year or >740) Graduation Rate (90%) Percentage of students scoring at or above the proficient level in English-language arts and math on statewide tests, including CAHSEE

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11 Program Improvement Status When a district or a school that receives Title I funds does not meet AYP for two consecutive years, the district and/or the school enters Program Improvement – District Program Improvement (PI), Year 1 – Midland Elementary PI, Year 1 – Valley Elementary PI, Year 2

12 Federal Requirements of Program Improvement: Next Steps Notify parents by mail of Program Improvement (PI) Status 30% of Title I dollars to be allocated for School Choice, Supplemental Education Services, and district wide Staff Development – Review and revise District’s LEA Plan to include a strategic staff development plan and process Review and revise Program Improvement Schools’ SPSAs

13 Poway Unified Board of Education Questions/Comments

14 Morning Creek API

15 English Language ArtsMathematics AYP Status% ProficientAYP Status% Proficient SchoolwideYes79%Yes84% African American ---71%---67% AsianYes87%Yes93% Filipino---77%----70% Hispanic % % WhiteYes83%Yes87% English Learner No69%Yes77% Low SESYes54% SHYes67% SpEd----43%44% Morning Creek AYP

16  Fire Drills---Monthly  Disaster Drills—Evacuation/Earthquake—Twice a year  Lock Down Drills—Required twice a year*  We will be increasing lock down drills to strengthen our emergency preparedness. School Safety Drills

17  Parents on campus are extra eyes and ears  Report any suspicious behavior or people  Strong relationship with SDPD  Campus security reviewed and strengthened Neighborhood Watch Program

18 Questions?


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