GCHAR May MEMBER MEETING
8:30-10:30 a.m., May 5 – All About Education!
You’re tweeting? Use our hashtag: #GCHARMemberMeeti...
WELCOME!
Brett Bushnell,
Greater Chapel Hill Association of REALTORS Board President
Justin Morrison,
Cimarron Homes
Project Graduation
Liz Buchman
Dr. Lori Carlin
Chatham County Schools
The State
of the
Schools
2014
Chatham County and Our Public Schools
Current CCS Facts
17 Schools
4 high schools
(three traditional and one alternative)
3 middle schools
5 K-8 schools
5 ...
Who We Are:
 8,240 Students
 K-5: 4,380
 6-8: 1,505
 9-12: 2,355
 1312 total Employees
-68 Nationally Board Certified...
CCS Partnerships
Strong partnerships are a major component of
community schools.
The Chatham Education Foundation support...
How Do Chatham County
High Schools Rank?
Board of Education
Priorities
 Goal 1 – Chatham County Schools will produce globally
competitive students.
 Goal 2 – Cha...
Leadership
Dr. Derrick D. Jordan – Superintendent
 Joined Chatham County Schools in 2008 as director of
secondary educati...
Accomplishments
Advanced Course Offerings
~For the size of the school district, Chatham offers many Honors and
Advanced Pl...
Accomplishments
AVID (Advancement Via Individual Determination)
All three traditional high schools have the AVID (Advance...
Accomplishments
 1:1 Technology Plan
We have a strong commitment to meeting the needs of our 21st century learners by
gi...
Awards
Northwood High
School
#6 in NC
CCS granted 5-Year
District Accreditation
Jordan Matthews HS
#15 in NC
2013 America’...
68
70
72
74
76
78
80
82
84
86
88
2009-2010 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013
Graduation Rates
Over 10%
increase since
2011
Gra...
Where We Are Going:
 Primed for Growth on both sides of the
county
 Continue to implement the higher & deeper
standards ...
How do we get there – TOGETHER?
 Continue to support and supplement our Career and Technical
Education Programs
 Continu...
Seth Stephens
Orange County Schools
Greater Chapel Hill Association
of Realtors
May 5, 2014
22
23
District Mission
“Orange County Schools, in partnership with students,
families and the community, is committed to providi...
Education: The Key to Progress
25
•Education is a vital part of
the Orange County
Economy
•Academic evidence show
linkage ...
District Celebrations
 Digital Learning Environment (Grades 3-12)
 C.W. Stanford Middle School designated as a
“School t...
District Celebrations
 Central Elementary School Engineering is
Elementary STEM Program growth
 New Hope Elementary Scho...
District Celebrations
 83% (10/12) traditional schools met or exceeded
growth
 OCS met 92.1% (58/63) of its federal targ...
Achievement Results2012-2013 State Orange County
Math 3-8 42.3 48.1
Reading 3-8 43.9 51.0
EOC Composite 44.1 47.6
Math I 3...
Increase in Enrollment
6,600
6,700
6,800
6,900
7,000
7,100
7,200
7,300
7,400
7,500
7,600
7,700
07-08 08-09 09-10 10-11 11-...
31
0.61% 3.18% 0.39%
14.39%
16.22%
0.08%
65.12%
Asian
Multi-Racial
American Indian
Hispanic
Black
Hawiian Pacific
White
St...
OCS Historical ProfileSchool Year Teaching Staff Students Pupil/
Teacher ratio
% Poverty
2008-09 517 7,030 14 35.33
2009-1...
OCS Per-Pupil Appropriation
33
$3,000
$3,050
$3,100
$3,150
$3,200
$3,250
$3,300
09-10 10-11 11-12 12-13 13-14 14-15
$3,096...
34
Local Funding and Student
Enrollment
Year Student
Enrollment
Total County
Funding
Local Funds Received by OCS
*Includes...
35
Local Funding and Student
Enrollment
*Based on the 2011 N.C. Statistical Abstract
Funding Source State Rank
Local Fundi...
OCS Staff ProfileDistrict Elementary Middle High
Teachers with
Advanced
Degrees
38% 40% 37% 37%
# of National
Board Certif...
Dr. Tom Forcella
Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools
Q & A
THANK YOU!
 Join us at the May BUZZ, 5-7 p.m.,
May 21 at Squids
 Join us at the July Member Meeting & Tech
Fair, 8:30-11...
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in …5
×

May 2014 GCHAR Member Meeting: Education

234 views

Published on

The presentation from the 2014 May Member Meeting.

Published in: Education
0 Comments
0 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Views
Total views
234
On SlideShare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
1
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
2
Comments
0
Likes
0
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

May 2014 GCHAR Member Meeting: Education

  1. 1. GCHAR May MEMBER MEETING 8:30-10:30 a.m., May 5 – All About Education! You’re tweeting? Use our hashtag: #GCHARMemberMeeting
  2. 2. WELCOME! Brett Bushnell, Greater Chapel Hill Association of REALTORS Board President
  3. 3. Justin Morrison, Cimarron Homes
  4. 4. Project Graduation Liz Buchman
  5. 5. Dr. Lori Carlin Chatham County Schools
  6. 6. The State of the Schools 2014
  7. 7. Chatham County and Our Public Schools
  8. 8. Current CCS Facts 17 Schools 4 high schools (three traditional and one alternative) 3 middle schools 5 K-8 schools 5 elementary schools. 91 yellow school buses over one million miles each school year transporting approximately 3,900 students daily
  9. 9. Who We Are:  8,240 Students  K-5: 4,380  6-8: 1,505  9-12: 2,355  1312 total Employees -68 Nationally Board Certified Teachers -209 Teachers with advanced degrees (37%) -The district is the largest employer in the county. -The teacher retention rate in 2013 was 86.65% -Average teacher salary without benefits is $49,000
  10. 10. CCS Partnerships Strong partnerships are a major component of community schools. The Chatham Education Foundation supported 32 grants reaching over 1,700 students and 119 teachers this year The PTSA Thrift Shop – a school/community endeavor over 30 years raising over $559,000 for schools and programs. Area civic, church, arts, and professional organizations work with the schools to provide grants and scholarships for students.
  11. 11. How Do Chatham County High Schools Rank?
  12. 12. Board of Education Priorities  Goal 1 – Chatham County Schools will produce globally competitive students.  Goal 2 – Chatham County Schools will be led by 21st Century professionals.  Goal 3 – Chatham County Schools students will be healthy and responsible.  Goal 4 – Leadership will guide innovation in Chatham County Schools.  Goal 5 – Chatham County Schools will be governed and supported by 21st Century professionals.
  13. 13. Leadership Dr. Derrick D. Jordan – Superintendent  Joined Chatham County Schools in 2008 as director of secondary education  Later become assistant superintendent of academic services and instructional support.  Prior to joining Chatham County schools Dr. Jordan was a former middle and high school English teacher and also has experience as an assistant principal and principal at the elementary, middle and high school levels.  Thus far:  Earned district wide accreditation  Expanded advanced course offerings  Support for the implementation of a Day Treatment Program for elementary students  Use of the 22-credit diploma as a drop-out prevention strategy for high school students.
  14. 14. Accomplishments Advanced Course Offerings ~For the size of the school district, Chatham offers many Honors and Advanced Placement courses. ~Additionally, online and college level courses as well as award-winning arts and Career and Technical Education programs are available to high school students. ~SAT scores have risen an average of 10 points in the last year (1444) ~Dual Language programs that are achieving international recognition ~Graduation Rate exceeding the state average (85.3%) ~National & Regional Career & Technical Education Organization Winners ~2 High Schools Recognized as Nationally Ranked Top Schools
  15. 15. Accomplishments AVID (Advancement Via Individual Determination) All three traditional high schools have the AVID (Advancement Via Individual Determination) program. The voluntary program targets middle-performing students and those who will be first generation college students who have the desire, academic potential, and determination to succeed in a rigorous high school curriculum. High school staff work with 280 students across the district in the AVID program. Due to its success, AVID strategies are now being used with other high school and middle school students.
  16. 16. Accomplishments  1:1 Technology Plan We have a strong commitment to meeting the needs of our 21st century learners by giving them the best technology we can offer. The district is entirely wireless. High school students are issued individual laptops. All other schools have carts of iBook laptops for classroom use. The district issues a laptop computer to every teacher for educational use at school and home.
  17. 17. Awards Northwood High School #6 in NC CCS granted 5-Year District Accreditation Jordan Matthews HS #15 in NC 2013 America’s Most Challenging High Schools #53 in NC 2013 Best High Schools Siler City Elementary is an International Spanish Academy (ISA)
  18. 18. 68 70 72 74 76 78 80 82 84 86 88 2009-2010 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 Graduation Rates Over 10% increase since 2011 Graduation Rates
  19. 19. Where We Are Going:  Primed for Growth on both sides of the county  Continue to implement the higher & deeper standards of the Common Core  Positive Behavior Interventions & Support  Enhanced Responsiveness to Instruction  Early College Implementation  Read to Achieve – 3rd Grade  Partnerships with local businesses and organizations.  Day Treatment Program – K-5  New logo – coming soon!
  20. 20. How do we get there – TOGETHER?  Continue to support and supplement our Career and Technical Education Programs  Continue working with our local business and organizational partners to identify needs and solutions (CEF & PTSA)  Continue inviting our stakeholders to be a part of continuous improvement in our schools  Continue to demonstrate appreciation for our educators and staff through legislative support
  21. 21. Seth Stephens Orange County Schools
  22. 22. Greater Chapel Hill Association of Realtors May 5, 2014 22
  23. 23. 23
  24. 24. District Mission “Orange County Schools, in partnership with students, families and the community, is committed to providing challenging and engaging educational experiences that will develop responsible, knowledgeable and resourceful citizens prepared to contribute in our global society.” 24
  25. 25. Education: The Key to Progress 25 •Education is a vital part of the Orange County Economy •Academic evidence show linkage between educational improvement and virtually every standard of living measure Orange County Schools Spending impact in local economy Economic value of degrees awarded Future reduction in public costs Community impact Economic impact on local wealth Sanford School of Public Policy, Duke University- November 2013
  26. 26. District Celebrations  Digital Learning Environment (Grades 3-12)  C.W. Stanford Middle School designated as a “School to Watch”- only 2 chosen in North Carolina: dedicated to academic excellence, developmental responsiveness, social equity, and organizational structure and support  A.L. Stanback Middle School was named as a 21st Century School by the Partnership for 21st Century Skills or “P21” for their successful 21st century learning environment 26
  27. 27. District Celebrations  Central Elementary School Engineering is Elementary STEM Program growth  New Hope Elementary School was designated as a Lighthouse School by the NC Association Supervision & Curriculum Development Board of Directors for continued academic excellence during the last 4 years and developmental responsiveness 27
  28. 28. District Celebrations  83% (10/12) traditional schools met or exceeded growth  OCS met 92.1% (58/63) of its federal targets  OCS met 86.5% (122/141) of its state targets  Award Winning Athletic, Band, Choral, and Career and Technical Education Programs 28
  29. 29. Achievement Results2012-2013 State Orange County Math 3-8 42.3 48.1 Reading 3-8 43.9 51.0 EOC Composite 44.1 47.6 Math I 36.3 36.6 English II 51.2 56.1 Biology 45.6 50.1 4-Year Graduation Rate 82.5 82.5 29
  30. 30. Increase in Enrollment 6,600 6,700 6,800 6,900 7,000 7,100 7,200 7,300 7,400 7,500 7,600 7,700 07-08 08-09 09-10 10-11 11-12 12-13 13-14 14-15 6,954 7,030 7,007 7,192 7,272 7,420 7,501 7,698* 30 *Projected
  31. 31. 31 0.61% 3.18% 0.39% 14.39% 16.22% 0.08% 65.12% Asian Multi-Racial American Indian Hispanic Black Hawiian Pacific White Student Demographics
  32. 32. OCS Historical ProfileSchool Year Teaching Staff Students Pupil/ Teacher ratio % Poverty 2008-09 517 7,030 14 35.33 2009-10 515 7,007 14 38.99 2010-11 524 7,192 14 39.82 2011-12 527 7,272 14 40.08 2012-13 546 7,420 13 40.20 2013-14 559 7,501 13 41.47 32
  33. 33. OCS Per-Pupil Appropriation 33 $3,000 $3,050 $3,100 $3,150 $3,200 $3,250 $3,300 09-10 10-11 11-12 12-13 13-14 14-15 $3,096 $3,096 $3,102 $3,167 $3,269 ?
  34. 34. 34 Local Funding and Student Enrollment Year Student Enrollment Total County Funding Local Funds Received by OCS *Includes Fair Funding Current Expense* Per Pupil Allocation Capital Improvement 2009-10 7,007 $25,484,163 $22,698,512 $3096 $2,785,651 2010-11 7,192 $25,415,641 $23,271,992 $3096 $2,143,649 2011-12 7,272 $25,750,421 $23,563,574 $3102 $2,186,854 2012-13 7,420 $27,104,762 $24,515,695 $3167 $2,589,067 2013-14 7,501 $28,143,221 $25,554,154 $3269 $2,589,067
  35. 35. 35 Local Funding and Student Enrollment *Based on the 2011 N.C. Statistical Abstract Funding Source State Rank Local Funding 4th State Funding 79th Federal Funding 107th Total Funding 39th
  36. 36. OCS Staff ProfileDistrict Elementary Middle High Teachers with Advanced Degrees 38% 40% 37% 37% # of National Board Certified Teachers 42 11 8 23 Highly Qualified Teachers 100% 100% 100% 100% Over 10 Years of Teaching Experience 60% 53% 55% 63% Principals with Degrees beyond Masters 54% 36
  37. 37. Dr. Tom Forcella Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools
  38. 38. Q & A
  39. 39. THANK YOU!  Join us at the May BUZZ, 5-7 p.m., May 21 at Squids  Join us at the July Member Meeting & Tech Fair, 8:30-11 a.m., Monday, July 7

×