Presentation on theme: "Martin Middle School Academic Performance Data School Profile General: Information is for 2005-2006 school year Grades Served: 6-8 Safe School Status:"— Presentation transcript:
School Profile General: Information is for 2005-2006 school year Grades Served: 6-8 Safe School Status: Safe Students: 502 Economically Disadvantaged: 46.5% NCLB Status: Good Standing
Information is for 2005-2006 School Year Student Body (Based on Net Enrollment) Students NumberPercent White38376.3% African American 9017.9% Hispanic 13 2.6% Asian 16 3.2% Native American 0 0.0% Pacific Islander 0 0.0%
Suspensions and Expulsions Suspensions Expulsions # # White 18(4.7%) 0 African American 15(16.7%)0 Hispanic 0(0.0%)0 Asian 0(0.0%)0 Native American 00 Pacific Islander 00 Male 26(9.6%)0 Female 7(3.0%)0
The following academic performance information is based on school year 2005-2006. Martin Middle School is proud of our students’ academic achievement and community support. We welcome input from our students, parents, and community as we strive to provide a quality education for the students of Martin Middle School.
Student Academic Achievement Criterion Referenced Academic Achievement (3 year average) 2005 School 2006 School 2006 State CRT Score Grade Score Grade Score Grade Math55B57A55B Reading/ Language55B58A53B Social Studies 55B58B52C Science55B56B52C
Academic Highlights The percent of all students at Martin Middle School scoring proficient and advanced in math (90%) is one percentage point higher than the state average and has steadily improved. The percent of all students at Martin Middle School scoring proficient and advanced in reading and language (91%) is three percentage points higher than the state average and has steadily improved. A grade of “A” has been achieved by our students for the past four years (2003-2006) on the state’s writing assessment.
TVAAS (Value Added) (3 year average) 2005 2006 2006 State CRT Status Mean Gain Status Mean Gain Growth Standard Reading/ LanguageA1.9A3.00.0 MathB1.3B0.70.0 ScienceA1.6A1.00.0 Social StudiesA1.1A1.90.0
GOALS and PERFORMANCE TARGETS DECREASE THE PERCENT OF ECONOMICALLY DISADVANTAGED AND STUDENTS WITH DISABILTIES SCORING BELOW PROFICIENT IN MATH BY 10% EACH YEAR FOR THE NEXT THREE YEARS. DECREASE THE PERCENT OF ECONOMICALLY DISADVANTAGED AND STUDENTS WITH DISABILTIES SCORING BELOW PROFICIENT IN READING AND LANGUAGE BY 10% EACH YEAR FOR THE NEXT THREE YEARS.
For information on the MMS Report Card, log on to: www.state.tn.us/education Scroll down the left side of your screen until you come to REPORT CARD. Click on the Report Card icon. At this point you can review the STATEWIDE or a SYSTEM Report Card. Scroll down the list of systems and click on WEAKLEY COUNTY. It will be highlighted. Click GO. At the right of the WEAKLEY COUNTY REPORT CARD 2005 screen you will see a menu of four items to help you understand how to interpret the REPORT CARD. At the top middle of the screen you will see INDIVIDUAL SCHOOLS. Click on it to choose MARTIN MIDDLE SCHOOL.
I am available daily to give individual or group help in explaining the report card and answering questions you may have concerning this presentation. I can be reached by phone at 731-587-2346 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. I look forward to hearing from you. Nathaniel Holmes Principal