1994 – 2001St. Matthias 2001 – 2002 Moton 2002 – 2003Moton 2003 – 2004Moton 2004 – 2005Moton 2005 – 2006Moton/Katrina 2006 – 2007St. Leo the Great 2007 – 2008St. James Major 2008 – 2009St. Paul the Apostle 2009 – 2010St. Paul the Apostle 2
Year Round vs. Traditional Calendar Year- Round CalendarTraditional Calendar
Two N.O. schools make improved list New Orleans City Business, May 16, 2005 by New Orleans City Business Staff New Orleans City BusinessMay 16, 2005New Orleans City Business Staff Two New Orleans public elementary schools credited with raising state performance scores were honored Wednesday by the Louisiana Association of Business and Industry. Robert Moton Elementary School and William Fischer Elementary School were two of the state's top 10 most- improved schools over the past five years. School performance scores increased significantly from 1999 to 2004, according to the state School and District Accountability Commission. Scores are based on tests, attendance and dropout rates. No junior high or high schools made the list. Moton Elementary raised its score from 25 during the 1998- 1999 school year to 107.9 last year. Fischer Elementary raised its score from 14.1 during the 1998-99 school year to 71.6 last year.
5 “Learn to read in grades K-2 and read to learn in grades 3-7.”
6 Frequent Assessment of Student Progress with Multiple Opportunities for Improvement Weekly assessments of student progress Assessments are constructed and administered by classroom teachers. In classes with multiple opportunities to improve, poor performance is not a bad grade and discouragement, but more work, improved performance and respect for teacher feedback. Active coaching from the teacher.
Unique Factors at Moton The only Year-Round School in the State Open enrollment school with no selective admissions criteria Transportation provided to students from the West Bank to Michoud Blvd. Consistent SPS above the State average for the past two years Continued progress in spite of moving to three different school sites in three years Growing population with diminishing space
SCHOOLDISTRICTSPSPERFORMANCE LABEL 1Benjamin Franklin High SchoolOrleans167.5 2Lusher Charter SchoolOrleans139.4 3Lake Forest Elementary Charter School Orleans129.0 4Mary Bethune Elementary Literature/Technology Orleans117.6 5KIPP Central City PrimaryRSD114.6 6Audubon Charter SchoolOrleans109.8 7Benjamin Franklin Elementary Math/Science Orleans109.2 8Edward Hynes Charter SchoolOrleans107.1 9Robert Russa Moton Charter School Orleans97.6 10KIPP Believe College Prep (Phillips) RSD97.2