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    • IRN# 040683 Westfall High School 19463 Pherson Pike, Williamsport, OH 43164-9745—Grades 9-12—Pickaway County 2011-2012 School Year Report Card Current Principal: Thomas W. Lehman (740) 986-2911 Current Superintendent: Cara S. Riddel (740) 986-3671 Your School’s Designation: Number of State Indicators Performance Value-Added Measure Effective Met out of 12 Index Not Met 9 (0-120 points) Value-Added 96.7 -- Component Score = met + = above State Percentage of Students at and above the Proficient Level – = below Your School Your District State Indicators 2011-2012 2011-2012 2011-2012 The School Report Card for the 3rd Grade Achievement The state requirement is 75 percent 2011-2012 school year shows 1. Reading -- 80.8% 79.0% the progress schools have made 2. Mathematics -- 80.6% 79.8% based on four measures of 4th Grade Achievement The state requirement is 75 percent performance. 3. Reading -- 83.0% 83.3% 4. Mathematics -- 74.3% 78.4% State Indicators Performance 5th Grade Achievement The state requirement is 75 percent 5. Reading -- 73.3% 76.8% Index 6. Mathematics -- 71.1% 67.5% Indicators Performance Index 7. Science -- 72.6% 72.5% 6th Grade Achievement The state requirement is 75 percent AYP Value-Added Measure 8. Reading -- 93.0% 86.7% Value-Added Component Score 9. Mathematics -- 82.5% 79.9% Adequate  + – = met = above = belowValue-Added 7th Grade Achievement The state requirement is 75 percent Yearly Progress 10. Reading -- 86.7% 79.5% 11. Mathematics -- 76.6% 73.6% The combination of the four 8th Grade Achievement The state requirement is 75 percent measures is the basis for 12. Reading -- 88.8% 83.0% assigning state designations 13. Mathematics -- 89.7% 79.6% to districts, buildings and 14. Science -- 75.2% 71.5% community schools. Ohio Graduation Tests (10th Grade) The state requirement is 75 percent The six designations are 15. Reading 84.9% 84.9% 86.0% • Excellent with Distinction 16. Mathematics 84.0% 84.0% 82.6% • Excellent 17. Writing 89.1% 89.1% 87.1% • Effective 18. Science 73.7% 73.7% 76.7% • Continuous Improvement 19. Social Studies 73.7% 73.7% 81.6% • Academic Watch Ohio Graduation Tests (11th Grade)* The state requirement is 85 percent • Academic Emergency 20. Reading 95.5% 94.7% 92.6% 21. Mathematics 93.9% 93.2% 89.9% State 22. Writing 93.9% 93.2% 93.0%Indicators To meet a test indicator for grades 23. Science 90.2% 89.5% 85.6% 3-8 and 10, at least 75% of students 24. Social Studies 87.9% 87.2% 87.8% tested must score proficient or higher Attendance Rate The state requirement is 93 percenton that test. Other indicator requirements are: 25. All Grades 94.2% 95.1% 94.5%11th grade Ohio Graduation Tests, 85%; Attendance 2010-11 Four-Year Graduation Rate The state requirement is 90 percentRate, 93%; Graduation Rate, 90%. 26. School 89.2% 89.2% 79.7% Any result at or above the state standard is indicated by a . On the Web: reportcard.ohio.gov -- = Not Calculated/Not Displayed when there are fewer than 10 in the group. * Cumulative results for students who took the tests as 10th or 11th graders.
    • 2 Your School’s Assessment Results Over Time All students in the school for a full academic year are included in the results. State Indicators The State Indicators are based on state assessments, as well as on attendance and graduation rates. To earn an indicator for Achievement or Graduation Tests, at least 75% of students must reach proficient or above for the given assessment. For the 11th grade Ohio Graduation Tests indicators, a cumulative 85% passage rate for each assessment is required. Westfall High School, Pickaway County
    • 3 Performance Index The Performance Performance Index Calculations Index reflects the for the 2011-2012 School Year Performance Index achievement of every student enrolled for the full academic Performance Level Across Grades year. The Performance Index is a 3-8 and 10 for All Tested Subjects Percentage X Weight = Points weighted average that includes all (Includes every student enrolled in the school for a full academic year) tested subjects and grades and untested students. The greatest Untested 1.2 X 0.0 = 0.0 weight is given to advanced scores 4.5 = 1.4 (1.2); the weights decrease for each Limited X 0.3 performance level and a weight of Basic 14.2 X 0.6 = 8.5 zero is given to untested students. This results in a scale from 0 to 120 Proficient 33.5 X 1.0 = 33.5 points. The Performance Index can Accelerated 27.0 X 1.1 = 29.7 be compared across years to show school achievement trends. Advanced 19.7 X 1.2 = 23.6 Performance Index Over Time Your School’s Performance Index 96.7 2011-2012 2010-2011 2009-2010 96.7 98.0 97.8 Value-Added Measure Value-Added Component Score = met + = above – = below Scores reflect grade level and overall composite Overall Composite ratings for the 2011-2012 school year. Grade 4 Grade 5 Grade 6 Grade 7 Grade 8 Reading Mathematics Note: Value-Added results are computed only for buildings that include students in grades 4 through 8. Value-Added Legend Measure Your school’s Value-Added rating represents the progress your school has made with its students since last school year. = Aboved Expected Growthe In contrast, achievement scores represent students’ performance = Metw at a point in time. A score of “Above” indicates greater than one year Expected Growth of progress has been achieved; “Met” indicates one year of progress has been achieved; “Below” indicates less than one year of progress has been = Below Expected Growth achieved. Value-Added results are computed only for buildings that include sufficient testing data for students in any grade 4 through 8. On the Web: reportcard.ohio.gov Westfall High School, Pickaway County
    • 4 Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) e Adequate Yearly e d ativ aN s Progress n tag k itie ien t a r as il fic dv nde nic Al nic ab s ro Grades 3-8 and 10 D isa Isla sp a ian / sp a Di hP lly Hi nd l Hi ith lis Reading nt s ca ific on - nI ia on - w En g e ac ac ts and tud omi /P k, n ric a an ic i-R ,n en ted AYP Determination ll S on n ac e sp lt ite ud i Mathematics A Ec Asia Bl Am Hi Mu Wh St Lim by Indicator Percent Proficient Reading Reading Met Not Met NR NR NR NR NR Met NR NR Proficiency: Not Met Mathematics Mathematics Met Met NR NR NR NR NR Met NR NR Proficiency: Met Percent Tested Reading Reading Met Met NR NR NR NR NR Met NR NR Met Participation: Mathematics Mathematics Met Met NR NR NR NR NR Met NR NR Participation: Met Graduation Graduation Rate Met Met NR NR NR NR NR Met NR NR Rate: Met Attendance Attendance Rate* N/A Rate: N/A AYP Determination AYP Met Not Met NR NR NR NR NR Met NR NR Determination Not Met by Subgroup for Your School: Legend This legend explains terms used in the above chart that describe whether each student group met this year’s AYP goals. For test indicators, AYP can be met in one of four ways: For the non-test attendance rate indicator, AYP can be met in one of three ways: 1) meeting the AYP targets with current year results; 1) meeting the AYP target with the current year results; 2) meeting the AYP targets with two-year combined results; 2) meeting the AYP target with two-year combined results; 3) meeting the improvement requirements of Safe Harbor; 3) making improvement over the previous year. 4) meeting the AYP targets with projected results. * Attendance Rate is evaluated only for the All Students subgroup. For the non-test graduation rate indicator, AYP can be met in one of two ways: 1) meeting the AYP target with the current year results; 2) making a 2 percentage point improvement over the previous year. N/A Not applicable. Not Required – This indicator was not evaluated for this subgroup because the subgroup size was smaller than the minimum number needed to achieve a statistically NR reliable result. 30 students is the minimum size for the proficiency and non-test indicators, while 40 is the minimum size for the participation rate indicators. Met This subgroup met AYP for this indicator with its current year, two-year combined, Safe Harbor, or growth measure results. Not Met This subgroup did not meet AYP for this indicator.Class of 2011 Four-Year Graduation Rate Information Class of 2010 Five-Year Graduation Rate Information All American Indian/ Asian or Black, Econ. All American Indian/ Asian or Black, Econ. Students Alaska Native Pacific Islander non-Hispanic Disadvtgd Students Alaska Native Pacific Islander non-Hispanic Disadvtgd 89.2% -- -- -- 83.3% 88.4% -- -- -- 70.4% Limited English Students with White, Limited English Students with White, Hispanic Multi-Racial Hispanic Multi-Racial Proficient Disabilities non-Hispanic Proficient Disabilities non-Hispanic -- -- -- -- 89.1% -- -- -- 81.8% 88.4% Westfall High School, Pickaway County
    • 5 State and Federally Required School Information Your School’s Percentage of Students at Each Performance Level American Asian or Non- Students Non- Limited Black, Multi- White, Econ. Indian/ Pacific Hispanic Disabled with Migrant Econ. English Female Male non-Hispanic Racial non-Hispanic Disadvtgd Alaska Native Islander Students Disabilities Disadvtgd Proficient Percentage of Students Scoring LimitedReading -- -- -- -- -- 2.6 1.0 10.5 -- 1.4 4.4 -- 0.0 5.2Writing -- -- -- -- -- 1.7 0.0 10.5 -- 0.0 4.4 -- 0.0 3.4Mathematics -- -- -- -- -- 5.2 1.0 26.3 -- 2.7 8.9 -- 0.0 10.3Science -- -- -- -- -- 4.3 2.0 16.7 -- 2.7 6.8 -- 1.6 7.0Social Studies -- -- -- -- -- 9.6 4.0 38.9 -- 5.4 15.9 -- 6.6 12.3 Percentage of Students Scoring BasicReading -- -- -- -- -- 12.9 10.0 26.3 -- 9.5 17.8 -- 9.8 15.5Writing -- -- -- -- -- 9.5 6.0 26.3 -- 4.1 17.8 -- 6.6 12.1Mathematics -- -- -- -- -- 11.2 8.0 26.3 -- 12.2 8.9 -- 9.8 12.1Science -- -- -- -- -- 20.9 18.0 44.4 -- 18.9 27.3 -- 26.2 17.5Social Studies -- -- -- -- -- 15.7 15.0 27.8 -- 13.5 22.7 -- 19.7 14.0 Percentage of Students Scoring ProficientReading -- -- -- -- -- 34.5 36.0 31.6 -- 29.7 44.4 -- 31.1 39.7Writing -- -- -- -- -- 52.6 55.0 47.4 -- 52.7 55.6 -- 49.2 58.6Mathematics -- -- -- -- -- 24.1 27.0 10.5 -- 20.3 31.1 -- 24.6 24.1Science -- -- -- -- -- 26.1 27.0 16.7 -- 23.0 29.5 -- 18.0 33.3Social Studies -- -- -- -- -- 30.4 33.0 16.7 -- 33.8 25.0 -- 26.2 35.1 Percentage of Students Scoring AcceleratedReading -- -- -- -- -- 30.2 33.0 15.8 -- 35.1 22.2 -- 34.4 25.9Writing -- -- -- -- -- 32.8 38.0 0.0 -- 40.5 17.8 -- 41.0 22.4Mathematics -- -- -- -- -- 29.3 31.0 26.3 -- 31.1 28.9 -- 34.4 25.9Science -- -- -- -- -- 24.3 28.0 5.6 -- 25.7 22.7 -- 32.8 15.8Social Studies -- -- -- -- -- 20.0 23.0 0.0 -- 20.3 18.2 -- 23.0 15.8 Percentage of Students Scoring AdvancedReading -- -- -- -- -- 19.8 20.0 15.8 -- 24.3 11.1 -- 24.6 13.8Writing -- -- -- -- -- 3.4 1.0 15.8 -- 2.7 4.4 -- 3.3 3.4Mathematics -- -- -- -- -- 30.2 33.0 10.5 -- 33.8 22.2 -- 31.1 27.6Science -- -- -- -- -- 24.3 25.0 16.7 -- 29.7 13.6 -- 21.3 26.3Social Studies -- -- -- -- -- 24.3 25.0 16.7 -- 27.0 18.2 -- 24.6 22.8 Your School’s Students 2011-2012 Average Daily Black, American Asian or White, Limited Students Student Economically non- Indian or Pacific Hispanic Multi-Racial non- English with Migrant Disadvantaged Enrollment Hispanic Alaska Native Islander Hispanic Proficient Disabilities 504 -- -- -- -- -- 98.4% 35.3% -- 11.2% -- -- = Not Calculated/Not Displayed when there are fewer than 10 in the group. Number of Limited English Proficient Students Excluded from Accountability Calculations -- Under the federal No Child Left Behind Act, states are School Teacher Information required to report Your Building’s Poverty Status*: Medium-Low Poverty Your Building District certain data about schools and teachers. Percentage of teachers with at least a Bachelor’s Degree 100.0% 98.1% Data presented here are for reporting Percentage of teachers with at least a Master’s Degree 68.3% 66.5% purposes only and Percentage of core academic subject elementary and secondary classes are not used in the not taught by highly qualified teachers 0.0% 0.0% computation of the Percentage of core academic subject elementary and secondary classes state designation taught by properly certified teachers 100.0% 100.0% for districts and Percentage of core academic subject elementary and secondary classes taught 0.0% 0.0% schools. by teachers with temporary, conditional or long-term substitute certification/licensure*High-poverty schools are those ranked in the top quartile based on the percentage of economically disadvantaged students. Low-poverty schools are those ranked in the bottom quartile based on the percentage of economically disadvantaged students.-- = Not Calculated/Not Displayed when there are fewer than 10 in the group. Westfall High School, Pickaway County
    • 6 Determining Your School’s Designation Determining your school’s report card designation is a multi-step process. The first step is to determine a preliminary designation, which is based on the following components: 1) the percentage of indicators met, 2) the Performance Index and 3) AYP determination. Indicators Met Performance Index AYP Designation Preliminary Designation 94%-100% or 100 to 120 and Met or Not Met = Excellent or Effective 75%-93.9% or 90 to 99.9 and Met or Not Met = Effective or Continuous Improvement 0%-74.9% or 0 to 89.9 and Met = Continuous or Improvement 50%-74.9% 80 to 89.9 and Not Met = 31%-49.9% or 70 to 79.9 and Not Met = Academic Watch 0%-30.9% and 0 to 69.9 and Not Met = Academic Emergency The preliminary designation results from identifying the Once the preliminary designation is determined, Value-Added, higher value between the percentage of indicators met the fourth measure in the accountability system, is evaluated by your school and your school’s Performance Index. to determine the impact (if any) on the school’s final AYP then is evaluated to determine its effect on the designation. preliminary designation. There are two ways in which AYP can affect the preliminary designation. 1. If your school’s designation either is increased or decreased due to AYP, Value-Added has no impact on the designation 1. If a school meets AYP in the current year, it can be and the preliminary designation becomes the final designation. rated no lower than Continuous Improvement. 2. If your school experiences above expected growth in the 2. If an Excellent or Effective school does not meet AYP current year, your school’s final designation will increase for the same two (or more) subgroups for three by one designation. consecutive years, its rating will be decreased to Effective or Continuous Improvement (respectively). 3. If your school experiences below expected growth for at least two consecutive years, your school’s final designation will decrease by one designation. Preliminary Designation Value-Added Measure* Value-Added Component Score Final Designation = met Above expected growth in the current year Excellent with Distinction + = above – = below Excellent and or Below expected growth for 2 consecutive years Effective Above expected growth in the current year Excellent Effective and or Below expected growth for 2 consecutive years Continuous Improvement Above expected growth in the current year Effective Continuous Improvement and or Below expected growth for 2 consecutive years Academic Watch Above expected growth in the current year Continuous Improvement Academic Watch and or Below expected growth for 2 consecutive years Academic Emergency Above expected growth in the current year Academic Watch Academic Emergency and or Below expected growth for 2 consecutive years Academic Emergency *In all other cases, Value-Added will have no impact on the designation and the preliminary designation will become the final designation. Westfall High School, Pickaway County
    • 7The National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP),often referred to as “The Nation’s Report Card,” is the only nationally representative andcontinuing assessment that enables the comparison of performance in Ohio and other statesin various subject areas. Schools and students within each state are selected randomly tobe a part of the assessment. Not all students in the state or in a particular school take theassessment. Data are reported at the state level only, and there are no individual student oreven school summary results. The assessments are conducted in mathematics, reading, science,writing, the arts, civics, economics, geography and U.S. history. To view Ohio’s most recent NAEP results, go to: http://education.ohio.gov and search for key word “NAEP” Westfall High School, Pickaway County