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1 Warren Hills Regional School District State Assessment Results October 2013 Presenters Jaclyn Russo Director of Guidance Kimberly Unangst Director of Special Education Dawn Moore Director of Curriculum and Instruction The Warren Hills Regional School District challenges and empowers a dynamic, diverse student body in a supportive learning environment by providing academic and co-curricular opportunities to become successful, productive members of the global community.

2 Warren Hills Regional School District Mission Statement The Warren Hills Regional School District challenges and empowers a dynamic, diverse student body in a supportive learning environment by providing academic and co-curricular opportunities to become successful, productive members of the global community. The Warren Hills Regional School District challenges and empowers a dynamic, diverse student body in a supportive learning environment by providing academic and co-curricular opportunities to become successful, productive members of the global community.

3 Warren Hills Regional School District Dawn A. Moore Director of Curriculum and Instruction  Introduction and overview of State Assessments  2013 NJ ASK Analysis of Test Results in Language Arts, Math, and Science  2013 HSPA Analysis of Test Results in Language Arts, Math, and Biology  Analysis Summary  Trends and Tracking Student Progress  Plans for the Future The Warren Hills Regional School District challenges and empowers a dynamic, diverse student body in a supportive learning environment by providing academic and co-curricular opportunities to become successful, productive members of the global community.

4 Warren Hills Regional School District State Assessments  New Jersey Assessment of Skills and Knowledge (NJ ASK) for Grades 7 and 8 administered in late April/May  New Jersey High School Proficiency Assessment (NJ HSPA) for Grade 11 administered in early March  New Jersey Biology Competency Test (NJBCT) administered in mid-May The Warren Hills Regional School District challenges and empowers a dynamic, diverse student body in a supportive learning environment by providing academic and co-curricular opportunities to become successful, productive members of the global community.

5 Warren Hills Regional School District Assessment Details  Closely aligned with the New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards for Language Arts Literacy and Mathematics and Science (in grade 8)  Scored with either Partially Proficient (<200), Proficient ( ), or Advanced Proficient ( )  Comparison to State and DFG (Warren Hills is rated “FG” on a scale of “A” to “J”) The Warren Hills Regional School District challenges and empowers a dynamic, diverse student body in a supportive learning environment by providing academic and co-curricular opportunities to become successful, productive members of the global community.

6 Warren Hills Regional School District State Assessments (continued)  Multiple-Choice and Open-Ended questions are utilized within all state assessments.  Language Arts Literacy covers the areas of:  Reading: Working with Text and Analyzing Text  Writing: Expository Prompt and Speculative Task  Mathematics covers the areas of:  Numbers & Numerical Operations  Geometry and Measurements  Patterns and Algebra  Data Analysis, Probability, & Discrete Math  Problem Solving The Warren Hills Regional School District challenges and empowers a dynamic, diverse student body in a supportive learning environment by providing academic and co-curricular opportunities to become successful, productive members of the global community.

7 Warren Hills Regional School District State Assessments (continued)  Science covers the areas of:  Life Science  Physical Science  Earth Science The Warren Hills Regional School District challenges and empowers a dynamic, diverse student body in a supportive learning environment by providing academic and co-curricular opportunities to become successful, productive members of the global community.

8 Warren Hills Regional School District Warren Hills Regional Middle School NJ ASK 7 and NJ ASK 8 Language Arts Literacy Mathematics Science The Warren Hills Regional School District challenges and empowers a dynamic, diverse student body in a supportive learning environment by providing academic and co-curricular opportunities to become successful, productive members of the global community.

9 Warren Hills Regional School District NJ ASK 7 Language Arts Literacy 2013 The Warren Hills Regional School District challenges and empowers a dynamic, diverse student body in a supportive learning environment by providing academic and co-curricular opportunities to become successful, productive members of the global community. *Represents entire student population

10 Warren Hills Regional School District NJ ASK 8 Language Arts Literacy 2013 The Warren Hills Regional School District challenges and empowers a dynamic, diverse student body in a supportive learning environment by providing academic and co-curricular opportunities to become successful, productive members of the global community. *Represents entire student population

11 Warren Hills Regional School District NJ ASK Language Arts Literacy 2012 to 2013 Cohort GRADE : 64.4 The Warren Hills Regional School District challenges and empowers a dynamic, diverse student body in a supportive learning environment by providing academic and co-curricular opportunities to become successful, productive members of the global community. GRADE : 87.0 INCREASE: 22.6

12 Warren Hills Regional School District NJ ASK 7 –Mathematics 2013 The Warren Hills Regional School District challenges and empowers a dynamic, diverse student body in a supportive learning environment by providing academic and co-curricular opportunities to become successful, productive members of the global community. *Represents entire student population

13 Warren Hills Regional School District NJ ASK 8 –Mathematics 2013 The Warren Hills Regional School District challenges and empowers a dynamic, diverse student body in a supportive learning environment by providing academic and co-curricular opportunities to become successful, productive members of the global community. *Represents entire student population

14 Warren Hills Regional School District NJ ASK Mathematics 2012 to 2013 Cohort GRADE : 66.2 The Warren Hills Regional School District challenges and empowers a dynamic, diverse student body in a supportive learning environment by providing academic and co-curricular opportunities to become successful, productive members of the global community. GRADE : 69.3 INCREASE: 3.1

15 Warren Hills Regional School District NJ ASK 8 - Science 2013 The Warren Hills Regional School District challenges and empowers a dynamic, diverse student body in a supportive learning environment by providing academic and co-curricular opportunities to become successful, productive members of the global community. *Represents entire student population

16 Warren Hills Regional School District NJ ASK 8 Science 2012 to 2013 Cohort GRADE : 89.2 The Warren Hills Regional School District challenges and empowers a dynamic, diverse student body in a supportive learning environment by providing academic and co-curricular opportunities to become successful, productive members of the global community. GRADE : 91.3 INCREASE: 2.1

17 Warren Hills Regional School District Warren Hills Regional High School HSPA English HSPA Mathematics Biology Competency Test The Warren Hills Regional School District challenges and empowers a dynamic, diverse student body in a supportive learning environment by providing academic and co-curricular opportunities to become successful, productive members of the global community.

18 Warren Hills Regional School District HSPA Language Arts Literacy 2013 The Warren Hills Regional School District challenges and empowers a dynamic, diverse student body in a supportive learning environment by providing academic and co-curricular opportunities to become successful, productive members of the global community. *Represents entire student population

19 Warren Hills Regional School District HSPA Language Arts Literacy 2012 to The Warren Hills Regional School District challenges and empowers a dynamic, diverse student body in a supportive learning environment by providing academic and co-curricular opportunities to become successful, productive members of the global community INCREASE: 4.0

20 Warren Hills Regional School District HSPA Mathematics 2013 The Warren Hills Regional School District challenges and empowers a dynamic, diverse student body in a supportive learning environment by providing academic and co-curricular opportunities to become successful, productive members of the global community. *Represents entire student population

21 Warren Hills Regional School District HSPA Mathematics 2012 to The Warren Hills Regional School District challenges and empowers a dynamic, diverse student body in a supportive learning environment by providing academic and co-curricular opportunities to become successful, productive members of the global community INCREASE: 5.7

22 Warren Hills Regional School District Biology Competency Test 2013 The Warren Hills Regional School District challenges and empowers a dynamic, diverse student body in a supportive learning environment by providing academic and co-curricular opportunities to become successful, productive members of the global community. *Represents entire student population

23 Warren Hills Regional School District Biology Competency Test 2012 to The Warren Hills Regional School District challenges and empowers a dynamic, diverse student body in a supportive learning environment by providing academic and co-curricular opportunities to become successful, productive members of the global community INCREASE: 1.0

24 Warren Hills Regional School District Analysis Summary  Warren Hills Regional School District’s students made moderate to exceptional growth when comparing their performance on the 2012 State Assessment Results to their performance on the 2013 State Assessment results in Language Arts, Mathematics, and Science in all tested grade levels—7, 8, and 11  Warren Hills Regional School District’s students made significant growth when comparing their grade 7 scores to their grade 11 scores The Warren Hills Regional School District challenges and empowers a dynamic, diverse student body in a supportive learning environment by providing academic and co-curricular opportunities to become successful, productive members of the global community.

25 Warren Hills Regional School District Analysis Summary (continued)  Specifically, the following performance areas showed moderate to excellent progress:  Language Arts, Grade 7, 2012 to Grade 8, 2013  Increase of 22.6 points  Mathematics, Grade 7, 2012 to Grade 8, 2013  Increase of 3.1 points  Science, Grade 8, 2013  Scored 11.2 points above the State score and 5.4 points above the DFG score The Warren Hills Regional School District challenges and empowers a dynamic, diverse student body in a supportive learning environment by providing academic and co-curricular opportunities to become successful, productive members of the global community.

26 Warren Hills Regional School District Analysis Summary (continued)  Language Arts, Grade 11, 2013  Scored 4.6 points above the State score and 2.0 points above the DFG score  Language Arts, Grade 11, 2012 to Grade 11, 2013  Increase of 4.0 points to 96.2 proficiency  Mathematics, Grade 11, 2013  Scored 6.9 points above the State score and 4.1 points above the DFG score  Mathematics, Grade 11, 2012 to Grade 11,2013  Increase of 5.7 points  Biology Competency Test  Scored 7.1 points above the State score and 2.8 points above the DFG score The Warren Hills Regional School District challenges and empowers a dynamic, diverse student body in a supportive learning environment by providing academic and co-curricular opportunities to become successful, productive members of the global community.

27 Warren Hills Regional School District Analysis Summary (continued)  Language Arts, Tracking Progress,  Increase of 13.3 points  Mathematics, Tracking Progress,  Increase of 19.7 points The Warren Hills Regional School District challenges and empowers a dynamic, diverse student body in a supportive learning environment by providing academic and co-curricular opportunities to become successful, productive members of the global community.

28 Warren Hills Regional School District Analysis Summary (continued)  Warren Hills is trending forward…  For example, this year’s 11th graders passed the HSPA (Proficient and Advanced Proficient combined) at a higher rate than their performance on the 2009 NJ ASK 7. The Warren Hills Regional School District challenges and empowers a dynamic, diverse student body in a supportive learning environment by providing academic and co-curricular opportunities to become successful, productive members of the global community.

29 Warren Hills Regional School District Language Arts Literacy Proficient and Advanced Proficient Summary The Warren Hills Regional School District challenges and empowers a dynamic, diverse student body in a supportive learning environment by providing academic and co-curricular opportunities to become successful, productive members of the global community.

30 Warren Hills Regional School District Tracking Literacy Progress The Warren Hills Regional School District challenges and empowers a dynamic, diverse student body in a supportive learning environment by providing academic and co-curricular opportunities to become successful, productive members of the global community.

31 Warren Hills Regional School District Mathematics Proficient and Advanced Proficient Summary The Warren Hills Regional School District challenges and empowers a dynamic, diverse student body in a supportive learning environment by providing academic and co-curricular opportunities to become successful, productive members of the global community.

32 Warren Hills Regional School District Tracking Mathematical Progress The Warren Hills Regional School District challenges and empowers a dynamic, diverse student body in a supportive learning environment by providing academic and co-curricular opportunities to become successful, productive members of the global community.

33 Warren Hills Regional School District Plans for the Future (include, but are not limited to)  Continued Implementation of the Five Year Curriculum Plan, [40-50 courses per year] to update and revise curricula  Ongoing professional development training in the Marzano Teacher Evaluation Model  Establishing Student Growth Objectives [SGOs], tracking student progress, and refining instruction  Continuation of the Freshman Academy, year three  Continuation of the Seventh Grade Academy, year two The Warren Hills Regional School District challenges and empowers a dynamic, diverse student body in a supportive learning environment by providing academic and co-curricular opportunities to become successful, productive members of the global community.

34 Warren Hills Regional School District Plans for the Future (continued)  Analysis of assessment data in order to create baseline data for SGOs and to measure students’ growth and progress  Analysis of cluster schools’ 6th grade scores  Continuation of Middle States, Excellence by Design Model, and established Middle States’ district objectives and action plans  Preparing for the implementation of the new state assessment PARCC and examining the curricular shifts needed  Continuation of articulation with the sending districts The Warren Hills Regional School District challenges and empowers a dynamic, diverse student body in a supportive learning environment by providing academic and co-curricular opportunities to become successful, productive members of the global community.

35 Warren Hills Regional School District Plans for the Future (continued)  Examination of best practices and the NJDOE’s model curriculum and exemplars  Implementing an iPad Pilot program in LA and Math and examining Apps as supplementary resources  Planned parent activities Family STEM Night, Family Literacy Night, and more  Increased infusion and effective use of technology  Ensuring a safe learning environment The Warren Hills Regional School District challenges and empowers a dynamic, diverse student body in a supportive learning environment by providing academic and co-curricular opportunities to become successful, productive members of the global community.

36 Warren Hills Regional School District Kimberly Unangst Director of Special Services  APA Overview, Results, and Analysis The Warren Hills Regional School District challenges and empowers a dynamic, diverse student body in a supportive learning environment by providing academic and co-curricular opportunities to become successful, productive members of the global community.

37 Warren Hills Regional School District APA Data  7th Grade: 3 students  2 Proficient in LAL  1 Partially Proficient in LAL  3 Proficient in Math  8th Grade: 2 students  2 Proficient in LAL  1 Proficient in Math and 1 Partially Proficient in Math  2 Partially Proficient in Science  11th Grade: 2 students  1 Proficient in LAL and 1 Partially Proficient in LAL  1 Proficient in Math and 1 Partially Proficient in Math  2 Proficient in Science *There was a change in the assigned testing company and procedures. Seven students were not scored. These students being reevaluated. The Warren Hills Regional School District challenges and empowers a dynamic, diverse student body in a supportive learning environment by providing academic and co-curricular opportunities to become successful, productive members of the global community.

38 Warren Hills Regional School District Jaclyn Russo Director of Guidance  PSAT Overview, Results, and Analysis  SAT Overview, Results, and Analysis  Advanced Placement Tests Overview, Results, and Analysis The Warren Hills Regional School District challenges and empowers a dynamic, diverse student body in a supportive learning environment by providing academic and co-curricular opportunities to become successful, productive members of the global community.

39 Warren Hills Regional School District About The PSAT  The Preliminary SAT (PSAT) is a standardized test that provides firsthand practice for the SAT  The PSAT measures critical reading skills, math problem-solving skills, and writing skills  The test provides feedback on individual strengths, as well as, weaknesses on skills necessary for study The Warren Hills Regional School District challenges and empowers a dynamic, diverse student body in a supportive learning environment by providing academic and co-curricular opportunities to become successful, productive members of the global community.

40 Warren Hills Regional School District PSAT Scores Critical Reading The Warren Hills Regional School District challenges and empowers a dynamic, diverse student body in a supportive learning environment by providing academic and co-curricular opportunities to become successful, productive members of the global community.

41 Warren Hills Regional School District PSAT Scores Writing Skills The Warren Hills Regional School District challenges and empowers a dynamic, diverse student body in a supportive learning environment by providing academic and co-curricular opportunities to become successful, productive members of the global community.

42 Warren Hills Regional School District PSAT Mathematics The Warren Hills Regional School District challenges and empowers a dynamic, diverse student body in a supportive learning environment by providing academic and co-curricular opportunities to become successful, productive members of the global community.

43 Warren Hills Regional School District About The SAT  The SAT is a globally recognized college admission test that allows students to show colleges what they know, and how well they can apply that knowledge  The SAT tests student knowledge of reading, writing, and math  Most students take the SAT during their Junior or Senior year of high school, a vast majority of colleges and universities use SAT scores to make admission decisions The Warren Hills Regional School District challenges and empowers a dynamic, diverse student body in a supportive learning environment by providing academic and co-curricular opportunities to become successful, productive members of the global community.

44 SAT Writing Mean Scores and Point Change by Year Five Year Change Warren Hills NJ State Total Group Warren Hills Regional School District

45 SAT Writing Mean 5-Year Trend The Warren Hills Regional School District challenges and empowers a dynamic, diverse student body in a supportive learning environment by providing academic and co-curricular opportunities to become successful, productive members of the global community.

46 SAT Critical Reading Mean Scores and Point Change by Year Five Year Change Warren Hills NJ State Total Group Warren Hills Regional School District

47 SAT Critical Reading 5-Year Trend The Warren Hills Regional School District challenges and empowers a dynamic, diverse student body in a supportive learning environment by providing academic and co-curricular opportunities to become successful, productive members of the global community.

48 SAT Mathematics Mean Scores and Point Change by Year Five Year Change Warren Hills NJ State Total Group Warren Hills Regional School District

49 SAT Mathematics 5-Year Trend The Warren Hills Regional School District challenges and empowers a dynamic, diverse student body in a supportive learning environment by providing academic and co-curricular opportunities to become successful, productive members of the global community.

50 Warren Hills Regional School District How Can We Help Improve SAT Scores  Evaluate effectiveness of the SAT class that is offered  Look into possible commercial services offered (i.e. Princeton Review, Kaplan)  Familiarize students with various preparation tools such as preparation books and College Board website The Warren Hills Regional School District challenges and empowers a dynamic, diverse student body in a supportive learning environment by providing academic and co-curricular opportunities to become successful, productive members of the global community.

51 Warren Hills Regional School District About AP  The Advanced Placement (AP) program provides a unique learning experience that helps prepare students to succeed in college  Through AP’s college-level courses and exams, students can earn college credit, as well as, stand out in the admission process The Warren Hills Regional School District challenges and empowers a dynamic, diverse student body in a supportive learning environment by providing academic and co-curricular opportunities to become successful, productive members of the global community.

52 Warren Hills Regional School District AP Testing Scores 5-Year Summary The Warren Hills Regional School District challenges and empowers a dynamic, diverse student body in a supportive learning environment by providing academic and co-curricular opportunities to become successful, productive members of the global community.

53 Warren Hills Regional School District 2013 Current Year Score Summary The Warren Hills Regional School District challenges and empowers a dynamic, diverse student body in a supportive learning environment by providing academic and co-curricular opportunities to become successful, productive members of the global community.

54 Warren Hills Regional School District Thank You! The Warren Hills Regional School District challenges and empowers a dynamic, diverse student body in a supportive learning environment by providing academic and co-curricular opportunities to become successful, productive members of the global community. The Warren Hills Regional School District challenges and empowers a dynamic, diverse student body in a supportive learning environment by providing academic and co-curricular opportunities to become successful, productive members of the global community.


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