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HHH District accountability Report 2010
HHH District accountability Report 2010
HHH District accountability Report 2010
HHH District accountability Report 2010
HHH District accountability Report 2010
HHH District accountability Report 2010
HHH District accountability Report 2010
HHH District accountability Report 2010
HHH District accountability Report 2010
HHH District accountability Report 2010
HHH District accountability Report 2010
HHH District accountability Report 2010
HHH District accountability Report 2010
HHH District accountability Report 2010
HHH District accountability Report 2010
HHH District accountability Report 2010
HHH District accountability Report 2010
HHH District accountability Report 2010
HHH District accountability Report 2010
HHH District accountability Report 2010
HHH District accountability Report 2010
HHH District accountability Report 2010
HHH District accountability Report 2010
HHH District accountability Report 2010
HHH District accountability Report 2010
HHH District accountability Report 2010
HHH District accountability Report 2010
HHH District accountability Report 2010
HHH District accountability Report 2010
HHH District accountability Report 2010
HHH District accountability Report 2010
HHH District accountability Report 2010
HHH District accountability Report 2010
HHH District accountability Report 2010
HHH District accountability Report 2010
HHH District accountability Report 2010
HHH District accountability Report 2010
HHH District accountability Report 2010
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HHH District accountability Report 2010

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Presentation by Dr. P. Harrigan April 2010

Presentation by Dr. P. Harrigan April 2010

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  • 1. District Accountability Report 2008-2009 School Year Dr. Patrick Harrigan Assistant Superintendent for Research, Assessment and Special Services
  • 2. District Profile 2008-2009
    • Enrollment K-12: 10,098
    • Free-Reduced Lunch: 8%
    • Limited English Proficient: 2%
    • Special Education: 14%
    • Racial/Ethnic Origin
      • American Indian/Alaskan Native: <1%
      • Black or African American: 13%
      • Hispanic or Latino: 5%
      • Asian/Pacific Islander: 11%
      • White: 70%
      • Multiracial:1%
    • Annual Attendance Rate: 95%
  • 3. District Accountability
    • English-Language Arts: Good Standing
    • Mathematics: Good Standing
    • Science: Good Standing
    • Graduation Rate: Good Standing
    • All Half Hollow Hills Schools achieved a rating of Good Standing for accountability purposes on Federal and State Measures.
    Highest Status Granted
  • 4. 2008-2009 NYSED High Performing Gap Closing Schools
    • Candlewood
    • Chestnut Hill
    • Forest Park
    • High School East
    • High School West
    • Otsego
    • Paumanok
    • Signal Hill
    • Vanderbilt
    • West Hollow
    *Sunquam not qualified based on student population, not achievement.
  • 5. State Assessments
    • English Language Arts Grades 3-8 (5,027 Students Tested)
    • Mathematics Grades 3-8 (5,032 Students Tested)
    • Science grades 4 & 8 (1,671 Students Tested)
    • English HS 2005 Cohort (735 Students Tested)
    • Mathematics HS 2005 Cohort (735 Students Tested)
  • 6. 13,200 State Assessments were prepared for administered, taken , graded, and reported to the Regional Information Center for Accountability purposes. Total State Assessments…
  • 7. English / Language-Arts Accountability
  • 8. ELA Grades 3-8 Performance Index Group Size AMO
  • 9. ELA Grades 3-5 Performance Levels NYS Effective AMO (Effective Annual Measurable Objective).
  • 10. Historical Comparison Grade-3
  • 11. Historical Comparison Grade-4
  • 12. Historical Comparison Grade-5
  • 13. ELA Grades 6-8 Performance Levels NYS Effective AMO (Effective Annual Measurable Objective).
  • 14. Historical Comparison Grade-6
  • 15. Historical Comparison Grade-7
  • 16. Historical Comparison Grade-8
  • 17. Secondary English Performance Index
  • 18. Mathematics Accountability
  • 19. Math 3-8 Performance Index
  • 20. Math Performance Grades 3-5
  • 21. Historical Comparison Grade-3
  • 22. Historical Comparison Grade-4
  • 23. Historical Comparison Grade-5
  • 24. Math Performance Grades 6-8
  • 25. Historical Comparison Grade-6
  • 26. Historical Comparison Grade-7
  • 27. Historical Comparison Grade-8
  • 28. Secondary Math Performance Index
  • 29. Science Accountability
  • 30. Science Elementary and Intermediate Performance Index
  • 31. Science Grade-4
  • 32. Science Grade-8
  • 33. Social Studies Results
  • 34. NY State 5 th Grade Social Studies
  • 35. Graduation Rate Accountability
  • 36. Graduation Rate by Percentage IEP Diplomas and 5-year graduates are not considered graduates
  • 37. High School Completers
  • 38. For more information…
    • District and School Report Cards from the State Education Department are available at:
    • https://www.nystart.gov/publicweb/District.do?year=2009&county=SUFFOLK&district=580405060000

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