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Summary of NJQSAC Interim Review, Spring and Fall 2013 Student Achievement, and HS Graduation Rate DEPTFORD TOWNSHIP PUBLIC SCHOOLS.

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1 Summary of NJQSAC Interim Review, Spring and Fall 2013 Student Achievement, and HS Graduation Rate DEPTFORD TOWNSHIP PUBLIC SCHOOLS

2 District Office Visit – Oct. 16 School Visits (DHS, MMS, GI) – Oct. 17 Oct Interim Visit Score (received in Nov.) was a 72% Some student achievement points were gained for improvement in elementary Math, district Science, and HS graduation rate All supervisory points were earned back except special area benchmark review – is occurring now May 2012 – full QSAC review, Instruction and Program received a score of 63% Instruction and Program is comprised of points for student achievement and supervisory practice at the district and school level District Improvement Plan was developed, approved by BOE and state, and implemented Sept present Oct interim visit was to review those items NJQSAC NJ QUALITY SINGLE ACCOUNTABILITY CONTINUUM History Summary of Interim Visit

3 Spring: HSPA and NJASK Data Fall 2013: MAP Baseline Data STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT – SPRING AND FALL 2013

4 CECC – K is below national norm in Math, below district average in ELA; 1 st is above in both PA – K & 1 are above national norm in Math and ELA, above district average in both ELA – district and most schools, grade levels below national norm in grades 2-6 Math – district and many schools, grade levels above national norm in grades 2-6 Good Intent – met 1/10 performance targets Lake Tract – met 8/14 performance targets Shady Lane – met 5/12 performance targets Oak Valley – met 9/10 performance targets SUMMARY OF ELEMENTARY ACHIEVEMENT NJASK * baseline data-new test MAP

5 MMS – mostly all above national norm in both Math and ELA DHS – mostly below national norm in ELA, above in Math MMS – met 5/12 performance targets DHS – met 10/10 performance targets (met 3 of its 2015 targets) SUMMARY OF SECONDARY ACHIEVEMENT NJASK/HSPAMAP

6 ACTION PLAN New elementary ELA program* Increase tutoring programs* Expand AVID program Continued preparation for PARCC through collaboration, training, data analysis, assessments, and communication (PARCC pilot) *Pending budget

7 NJ HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATION RATE BACKGROUND Prior to 2011 graduates – calculated based on seniors only, who were traditional “drop-outs” 2012-present Calculation begins in 9 th grade Measures how many students graduate in 4 years Does not take into account special education students who are educated beyond 4 years Students who withdraw from DHS at any time is tracked with an ID # and must re-enroll somewhere else, or is an “unverified student”

8 Reviewed and disaggregated data to identify students HS Principal organizing a strategic planning meeting 2013: 81.62% 2012: 83.40% 2011: 82.82% Concerns – students with disabilities (60%), economically disadvantaged students (70%) DEPTFORD HIGH SCHOOL’S GRADUATION RATES 3-year Trend Action Plan

9 Sherry Speeney McAteer Director of Curriculum and Instruction (856) x3002 DEPTFORD TOWNSHIP SCHOOL DISTRICT


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