Presentation on theme: "WELCOME COLBY SCHOOL DISTRICT Stakeholder Driven Strategic Planning November 7, 2013."— Presentation transcript:
WELCOME COLBY SCHOOL DISTRICT Stakeholder Driven Strategic Planning November 7, 2013
Agenda for this evening.. Welcome from Steve Kolden, Superintendent- 5 minutes Welcome from Board President, Bill Tesmer- 5-10 minutes Introductions of all Strategic Planning Team members- 15 minutes – QUESTION; What is YOUR TOP Priority for the Strategic Planning Overview of Strategic Planning Process, Paul Hardt (WASB)- 30 minutes First General Data Presentation- 20 minutes – Student Achievement Second General Data Presentation- 20 minutes – District Demographics First SOAR (Strengths Opportunity Aspirations Results) discussion- 30 minutes Sharing of small group discussion Set Date Time and Location for 3 rd Meeting Collect Feedback
Looking forward.. NOVEMBER 21, 2013 @ 6:00 PM Middle School LMC Brief review of November 7 meeting- Paul Hardt- 10 minutes Third Specific Data presentation- 20 minutes Fourth Specific Data presentation- 20 minutes Second SOAR discussion- 30 minutes Fifth Specific Data presentation- 20 minutes Sixth Specific Data presentation- 20 minutes Final SOAR discussion and summary discussion- 30 minutes Set Date Time and Location for 4 th Meeting
The Mission of the School District of Colby is Learning.
Administrative Team Steve Kolden – Supt./Elem. Co-Principal – PreK (Little Stars) Brenda Medenwaldt - Elem. Co-Principal/Title I Jim Hagen – Middle School Principal / AD – Summer School Marcia Diedrich– High School Principal – Curriculum Director Samantha Penry – Director of Pupil Services
Introductions Please Introduce yourself… and answer the following question.. What is YOUR TOP Priority for the Strategic Planning?
Student Achievement What are District and School Report Cards? As part of the new state accountability system, reflected in Wisconsin’s approved ESEA waiver, the Department of Public Instruction (DPI) has produced report cards for every district and school in Wisconsin. These Report Cards provide data on multiple indicators for four Priority Areas: Student Achievement – performance on the WKCE and WAA- SwD in reading and mathematics Student Growth – improvement over time on the WKCE in reading and mathematics Closing Gaps – progress of student subgroups in closing gaps in reading and mathematics performance and/or graduation rates On-track and Postsecondary Readiness – performance on key indicators of readiness for graduation and postsecondary pursuits, whether college or career
Student Achievement Performance on three Student Engagement Indicators is also reported. These three indicators affect student success and school effectiveness. Test Participation Rate, with a goal of 95 percent test participation for all students and each subgroup. Absenteeism Rate, with a goal of 13 percent or less. Dropout rate, with a goal of six percent or less. These are deductions in gross scoring
Student Achievement A District's or school’s Overall Accountability Score places the district or school into one of five Overall Accountability Ratings: Significantly Exceeds Expectations (83-100) Exceeds Expectations (73-82.9) Meets Expectations (63-72.9) Meets Few Expectations (53-62.9) Fails to Meet Expectations (0-52.9)
Student Achievement The Fall of 2013 is the first reporting for “District data” Colby District’s Composite Score is 71.2 Meets Expectations (63-72.9)
Student Achievement Middle School Priority Areas Closing gaps Reading37.2 / 33.2 Mathematics31.2/ 31.3 On Track and Post Secondary Readiness Attendance76.6 / 74.6 8 th Grade Math12.6 / 14.2
Student Achievement Colby High School 2011-12 68.8 Meets Expectations 2012-13 79.3 Exceeds Expectations
Student Achievement High School Priority Areas Student Achievement Reading27.4 / 32.2 Mathematics30.3 / 35.3 Student Growth ReadingN/A MathematicsN/A
Student Achievement High School Priority Areas Closing gaps Graduation Rate Gaps94.7 / 33.7 On Track and Post Secondary Readiness Graduation Rate 76.7 / 80 ACT Performance11.9 / 11.4
Student Achievement Fall 2012 State Report Card District Elem.MiddleHigh Colby69.265.968.8 Abbotsford62.869 Athens69.265.371.4 Edgar65.166.774.9 Greenwood68.772.1 Loyal63.668.470.3 Medford71.875.267.3 Neillsville70.856.4 Owen-Withee7268.366.6 Spencer67.17171.8 Averages68.0368.6968.86
Student Achievement Fall 2013 State Report Card Elem.MiddleHighDistrict Colby67.969.279.371.2 Abbotsford69.970.971.5 Athens64.972.771.766.3 Edgar66.772.974.465.3 Greenwood71.876.572.7 Loyal73.370.57170.9 Medford73.372.767.671.2 Neillsville74.373.876.9 Owen-Withee72.467.46670.5 Spencer71.969.871.6 Averages70.670.972.170.8
District Demographics Subject United StatesColby School District, Wisconsin TotalMaleFemaleTotalMaleFemale Estimate Margin of Error Estimate Margin of Error Estimate Margin of Error Estimate Margin of Error Estimate Margin of Error Estimate Margin of Error Total 306,603,7 72 ***** 150,740,2 16 +/-6,945 155,863,5 56 +/-6,9486,823+/-3483,425+/-2033,398+/-195 AGE Under 5 years 6.6%+/-0.16.8%+/-0.16.3%+/-0.19.0%+/-1.38.6%+/-1.99.5%+/-1.6 5 to 9 years 6.6%+/-0.16.8%+/-0.16.4%+/-0.18.4%+/-1.28.9%+/-1.77.9%+/-1.6 10 to 14 years 6.7%+/-0.17.0%+/-0.16.4%+/-0.19.1%+/-1.09.1%+/-1.49.2%+/-1.4 15 to 19 years 7.2%+/-0.17.5%+/-0.16.9%+/-0.15.8%+/-0.76.1%+/-1.35.4%+/-0.9
District Demographics Employment Statistics Occupations Industry Income and Benefits / Household Income School population by age / private & public Post Secondary school Population trend projections through 2060
District Demographics Open Enrollment 67 Students IN from other Districts Abbotsford (38) Medford (2) Spencer (10) Loyal (10) Owen-Withee (5) Edgar (2) 121 Students OUT to other Districts Abbotsford (63) Medford (21) Spencer (19) Loyal (0) Owen-Withee (4) Edgar (1) Waukesha (1) Marshfield (7) Grantsburg (1) Stratford (5)
more information.. Additional “data” will be available as we start to narrow our focus.