As you know, we are constantly involved in facility enhancements to accommodate the increased enrollment. In the past few years we completed phase 1 renovations at the high school and completed over 5M in athletic and facility upgrades on the middle school campuses and high school.
In general math performance in all groups are greater than reading.
Reading Scores were the highest of the areas tested.
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October 2012Annual DistrictProgress Report 2012
2012 District Assessment Results• ISAT: Criterion Referenced Exam based upon Illinois Learning Standards and indicators• PSAE: Combined Work Keys and ACT Scores• ACT: American College Testing• AP Data: Advanced Placement
Advanced Placement Trend Scores250 237200 176 147150 126 108100 74 50 0 AP Students AP Exams Scores of 3+ 2008 2012 Number of Students
No Child Left Behind (2001) requires: 95% of all students in grades 3-8 and 11th grades be assessed (District 99.5%) Schools meet the 91% attendance rate for elementary and middle schools (District 95.7%) High Schools meet the minimum of 82% graduation rate (District 88.6%) All students meet the minimum AYP (85% ) All subgroups (45 students or more) meet AYP (85%) White, Black, Hispanic, Asian/Pacific Islander, Native America, Multi-Racial/Ethnic, Limited English Proficient, Students with Disabilities, and Economically Disadvantaged
2012 District Performance All White Asian African American IEP Low SES 100 92 93 92 94 95 97 90 82 87 80 80AYP Minimum 71 74 70 67 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 Reading Math
How is the data used?• Continuous improvement!• Data is reviewed by teachers/administrators to examine: ▫ Student performance by school/grade level ▫ Individual student performance ▫ Curricular strengths/needs ▫ Instructional strengths/needs• The data is combined with other District assessments ▫ PLC teams identify students in need of additional support ▫ Curriculum Council examines curricular/instructional gaps ▫ Building Leadership Teams set instructional goals for the school• Interventions are provided for students• Curricular/Instructional changes are made as appropriate