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  • 1. Hillsboro School District2010 Annual Report
  • 2. Superintendent On behalf of State standards by 2011; and Our District’s success and the Hillsboro each student will meet gradu- strength is predicated upon School Dis- ation requirements by setting partnerships with volunteers, trict and its and achieving challenging goals businesses, community and Board of Di- tailored to individual aspira- civic organizations, as well as rectors, I am tions, talents and abilities. city and county agencies. Your pleased to feedback is important to us. share our An- We are currently in the pro- Please review this report and nual Report cess of creating the roadmap contact us if you have any ques- for 2010. that will guide us through the tions. next five years: Strategic Plan The report 2011-2016. Engaged in this Sincerely, is designed work is a broad spectrum of to provide an overview of the staff, Board members, parents, District’s approach to education business leaders and commu- and the academic performance nity patrons; we truly appreciate of our students, including our their time, talent and energy progress toward meeting the toward developing a plan that goals outlined in our Strategic will be dynamic and effective in Mike Scott, Superintendent Plan 2006-2011: all students helping us achieve our strategic will meet or exceed District and objectives. School Board Carolyn Ortman John Peterson Adriana Cañas Board Chair Vice Chair Position 5 Position 2 Position 7 Patti McLeod Rebecca Lantz Hugh O’Donnell Janeen Sollman2 Position 3 Position 6 Position 4 Position 1
  • 3. Fast Facts StudentsClass of 2010 - Highlights Student enrollment Grades K-12 20,500Top graduates headed to Stanford, Harvard, MIT and Cornell Demographic Data 2009-2010- in addition to Oregon’s outstanding state universities and 53.6 percent Whitecolleges. 32.3 percent Hispanic 7.4 percent Asian/Pacific IslanderGraduates earned more than $9 million in scholarships. 2.3 percent Black 0.7 percent Native AmericanTwo graduates earned the prestigious Gates MillenniumScholarship, awarded to only 1,000 students nationwide. The 2.2 percent Multi-Ethnicscholarship covers all college costs up to and including the 47 percent of Hillsboro’s students qualifyPh.D. level. for the free- or reduced-price meal program. Schools High Schools (9-12) 4 Middle Schools (7/8) 4High School Graduation Trends Alternative Center/Programs (7-12) 1 Elementary Schools (K-6) 25 Total Schools 34 Hillsboro School District and State Graduation Trends 91.6 Staff 90.6 90.2 District employees 2,000 District Graduation Rate (percentages) 85.1 State Graduation 84 Rate (percentages) 81.4 The mission of the Hillsboro School District, a partnership of schools, families and community, is to ensure each student graduates prepared to succeed and contribute in a global society by engaging our diverse learners in a challenging, 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 personalized program of excellence. 3
  • 4. Academics & Instruction Through the implementation This kind of collaboration State Report Card Ratings of rigorous and research-based ensures that all students have All Oregon school districts and academic programs, the Hills- access to and opportunity for schools are evaluated annually boro School District is commit- a rigorous curriculum and that by the Oregon Department of ted to the continuous improve- teachers have the opportunity to Education; and each receives ment of student opportunity share successful strategies and a rating of Outstanding, Satis- and achievement. We are dedi- learn from each other. factory or Needs Improvement, cated to using data on student based on student performance performance to strengthen our Mathematics data. The State released 2009-10 instructional programs for all A District math study team is school and district Report Cards students while simultaneously in the process of establishing a in October 2010, which include closing achievement gaps. Some mathematics teaching and learn- the ratings as well as information areas of focus continue to be: ing plan that will align to Oregon on attendance rates, graduation State Standards while also pre- rates, and student progress. Literacy and Language paring students to meet College The District is in the midst of and Career Readiness bench- Federal Ratings implementing a K-12 Literacy marks. Increasingly, students The federal No Child Left Behind Plan designed to support high are asked to use math to reason, Act (NCLB) requires annual de- levels of reading comprehension solve problems, analyze complex termination of whether schools, and writing performance for all tasks, and to think critically. They districts and states have made students. Teachers carry out well are asked to justify and explain Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) developed systems of instruc- their thinking mathematically. toward meeting academic stan- tional support for students at The math study team continues dards. all levels and use data regularly to lead teachers in the develop- to monitor the progress of all ment of instructional practices Student performance is mea- students and to provide the and in the use of materials that sured at the school and district appropriate level and amount of support students in these critical level, and among student instruction to cause all students areas. subgroup categories of race/ to reach their potential. ethnicity, students with disabili- Quality Assessment & ties, limited English proficient, and Professional Learning Grading Practices economically disadvantaged. The Communities The District is committed to be- federal AYP rating is based on Teacher collaboration time with ing data-driven and this requires two years of data, and the rating a focus on student learning is a the use of quality assessment is either “Met” or “Not Met.” priority for the District. Teams practices. The District is in the of teachers regularly meet to process of developing assess- The District received a “Not clarify common learning targets ment leadership teams at each Met” status for AYP in 2009-2010. (standards) for their students, of our secondary schools in our However, notable improvement develop common assessments efforts to improve the quality was achieved with 29 additional to monitor student learning, of our assessments, the use of student subgroups having “met” and determine the best instruc- assessment results at both the AYP as compared to the previous tional practices to help students classroom and the school level, year. achieve high levels of learning. and in the reporting of student progress and grading practices.4
  • 5. Student Performance District Average Scores on State Reading and Math Assessments for 2008-2010Highlights of 2009-10 StateReport Card Ratings•All schools earned Satisfactory orhigher ratings.•10 Elementary schools earnedOutstanding ratings.•Reading Scores improved at 24schools.•Math scores improved at 19 schools.•Several schools ranked among thetop 150 Oregon public schools instudent performance in a variety ofsubjects and at various grade levels. 5
  • 6. Financial Accountability The funding for K-12 State revenue forecasts Hillsboro School District education, like that of have shown an ever- 2009-10 General Fund every other organization widening gap between 0.15% Actual Expenditures 1.13% receiving state money in revenues and expenses; 11.57% 4.06% Oregon, is determined and, in fact, a $577 mil- Salaries on a biennial (every two lion shortfall announced Benefits years) basis. The 2009- in late May 2010 led to 25.65% Purch Serv 57.43% 11 biennium, of which across-the-board 9% Supplies we are currently in the cuts to all state-funded Cap Outlay final year, was the first to agencies. That reduction Other bear the full brunt of the equated to $8.3 million economic downturn that in additional cuts to Hill- began in the fall of 2008. sboro’s 2010-11 budget. What this has meant As we look ahead to Hillsboro School District General Fund to the Hillsboro School the 2011-13 biennium, 5-Year Revenue Comparison District, as well as dis- we see a rise in PERS $175.5M $179.7M $173.2M tricts around the state, employer rates, a loss $180 $158M $170.1M is an extra measure of of federal stimulus and $160 Other $140 volatility in the budget. Strategic Investment $120 Beginning Millions Balance In the 2009-10 school Plan (SIP) funds, and a $100 Bond Proceeds year, all eyes were on the decreasing percentage $80 Federal January 2010 election of the state’s budget $60 State that would determine being allocated to K-12 $40 County whether or not voters education, at the same $20 would pass Measures time our student popu- $0 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 Local 66 & 67 to raise more lation, their needs and Actual Actual Actual Actual Budget tax dollars specifically graduation requirements for education. Those increase. Measures did pass, al- K-12 Share of State Budget lowing Hillsboro to add Collaboration, strate- Expenditures back four days to the gic problem-solving, 44.70% end of its school year in and approaching our 2009-10; however they work differently will be were not the answer to required as we manage 41.30% budget stability. these financial con- straints while continu- 38.95% ing to provide the best possible education to all of our students. 1997-1999 2007-2009 2009-20116
  • 7. Our SchoolsHigh School Feeder GroupsHillsboro’s schools are organizedinto four Feeder Groups, eachcomprised of one high school, onemiddle school and 6-7 elementaryschools, allowing for continuityand alignment of curriculum.The District’s four feeder groupsare based on the District’s fourhigh schools: Century, Glencoe,Hilhi and Liberty.Miller Education Center for staff and students to MEC High School explore and serve the commu- Grades 9-12Miller Education Center nity in which they live. 440 Oak Street(MEC) offers the majority of 70-student capacityalternative education options The Alternative High Schoolfor students in the Hillsboro program relocated to theSchool District. The Center campus of the former David MEC Middle Schooloperates nine programs at Hill Elementary School after Grades 6-8five different sites. the building was renovated to 560 SE 3rd Ave (Boys & Girls accommodate the high school Club) 30-student capacityMEC serves approximately program.1,200 students annuallythrough its comprehensive The Options Programs are MEC OPTIONSalternative education pro- now operated at the former High School Credit, GEDgrams. Stan Esselstrom is the high school location. This site Preparation, and Workforceprincipal. serves students in the TOPS Training program, GED and Connect/ 215 SE 6th AveMEC has undergone many Hillsboro In-School Programs.recent changes toprovide much-needed space 7
  • 8. Century Feeder Group Century High School - Principal: Ted Zehr. Address: 2000 SE Century Boulevard, Hillsboro, OR 97123. Year opened: 1997. Number of students: 1,659. Academic Programs: AP courses; AVID (Advancement Via Individual Determination); seven focused programs tailored to student choice in specific career paths: Health Services, FAME (Focused Arts and Media Education), Business & Marketing, Culinary Arts, Technology. Sample extracurricular activities & clubs: Wide variety of sports, Cheerleading, Dance Team, Band, Chorus, Drama, Speech, National Honor Society, Newspaper: JagWire, Yearbook, Model United Na- tions, Leadership. State Report Card: Satisfactory. Federal Rating (AYP): Not Met. Brown Middle School. Principal: Don Brown. Address: 1505 SW Cornelius Pass Road, Hillsboro, OR 97123. Year opened: 1963. Number of students: 839. Extracurricular activities & clubs: The Zone intramural sports after-school program, TRY (Team of Recreational Youth) and Homework Club in cooperation with Hillsboro Parks & Recreation. State Report Card: Satisfactory. Federal Rating (AYP): Not Met. Elementary Schools Butternut Creek. Principal: Enedelia Schofield. Address: 20395 SW Florence Street, Aloha, OR 97007. Year opened: 1977. Number of students: 403. State Report Card: Satisfactory. Federal Rating (AYP): Met. Imlay. Principal: Kona Williams. Address: 5900 SE Lois Street, Hillsboro, OR 97123. Year opened: 2002. Number of students: 591. State Report Card: Outstanding. Federal Rating (AYP): Not Met. Indian Hills. Principal: Bruce Bourget. Address: 21260 SW Rock Road, Aloha, OR 97006. Year opened: 1979. Number of students: 449. State Report Card: Outstanding. Federal Rating (AYP): Met. Ladd Acres. Principal: David Cox. Address: 2425 SW Cornelius Pass Rd., Hillsboro, OR 97123. Year opened: 1968. Number of students: 566. State Report Card: Satisfactory. Federal Rating (AYP): Met. Reedville. Principal: Gina Baez. Address: 2695 SW 209th Avenue, Aloha, OR 97006. Year opened: 1922. Number of students: 263. State Report Card: Satisfactory. Federal Rating (AYP): Not Met. Tobias. Principal: Steve Callaway. Address: 1065 SW 206th Avenue, Aloha, OR 97006. Year opened: 1992. Number of students: 528. State Report Card: Satisfactory. Federal Rating (AYP): Not Met. Executive Director: Patti Book8
  • 9. Glencoe Feeder GroupGlencoe High School - Principal: Carol Loughner. Address: 2700 NW Glencoe Rd., Hillsboro, OR 97124.Year opened: 1980. Number of students: 1,647.Academic Programs: AP courses; AVID (Advancement Via Individual Determination); Project Lead the Way; focused pro-grams of study: Arts & Communication, Business & Management, Industrial and Engineering Systems, Human ResourceServices, Health Services, Computer Sciences. Sample extracurricular activities & clubs: Wide variety of sports, Cheerlead-ing, Dance Team, Band, Colorguard, Drumline, Chorus, Drama, Speech & Debate, DECA, MECHA, Newspaper: Crimson Times,Yearbook, Model United Nations, Leadership. State Report Card: Satisfactory. Federal Rating (AYP): Not Met.Evergreen Middle School. Principal: Rian Petrick. Address: 29850 NW Evergreen Rd., Hillsboro, OR 97124. Year opened:1981.Number of students: 843. Extracurricular activities & clubs: The Zone intramural sports afterschool program, TRY(Team of Recreational Youth) and Homework Club in cooperation with Hillsboro Parks & Recreation. State Report Card:Satisfactory. Federal Rating (AYP): Not Met.Elementary SchoolsFree Orchards. Principal: Patti Wiemer. Address: 2499 South Beech, Cornelius, OR 97113.Year opened: 2008. Number of students: 512. State Report Card: Satisfactory. Federal Rating (AYP): Met.Jackson. Principal: Jon Pede. Address: 675 NE Estate Drive, Hillsboro, OR 97124.Year opened: 1990. Number of students: 525. State Report Card: Outstanding. Federal Rating (AYP): Met.Lincoln Street. Principal: Toni Crummett. Address: 801 NE Lincoln Street, Hillsboro, OR 97124.Year opened: 2008. Number of students: 544. State Report Card: Satisfactory. Federal Rating (AYP): Met.McKinney. Principal: Cecelia Murray. Address: 535 NW Darnielle Street, Hillsboro, OR 97124.Year opened: 1970. Number of students: 497. State Report Card: Satisfactory. Federal Rating (AYP): Met.North Plains. Principal: Craig Harlow. Address: 32030 NW North Avenue, North Plains, OR 97133.Year opened: 1954. Number of students: 316. State Report Card: Outstanding. Federal Rating (AYP): Met.Patterson. Principal: Jonathan Pahukula. Address: 261 NE Lenox Street, Hillsboro, OR 97124.Year opened: 2000. Number of students: 546. State Report Card: Outstanding. Federal Rating (AYP): Met.Executive Director: Dave Parker 9
  • 10. Hilhi Feeder Group Hillsboro High School (Hilhi). Principal: Matthew Smith. Address: 3285 SE Rood Bridge Road, Hillsboro, OR 97123. Year opened: 1969. Number of students: 1,487. Academic Programs: IB (International Baccalaureate) program featuring inquiry-based curriculum; Project Lead the Way; Robotics; focused programs of study: Business, Sports Medicine, Early Childhood Education, Architecture, Indus- trial Design, Electronics, Horticulture & Natural Resources. Sample extracurricular activities & clubs: Wide variety of sports, Cheerleading, Dance Team, Band, Chorus, Drama, Youth Senate, Key Club, Newspaper, Yearbook, Intel 4-H Tech Wizards, Leadership. State Report Card: Satisfactory. Federal Rating (AYP): Not Met. South Meadows Middle School. Principal: Arturmo Lomeli. Address: 4690 SE Davis Road, Hillsboro, OR 97123. Year opened: 2009. Number of students: 754. Academic Integration: IB Middle Years Program. Extracurricular activities & clubs: The Zone intramural sports afterschool program and TRY (Team of Recreational Youth) in cooperation with Hillsboro Parks & Recreation; drama club. State Report Card: Satisfactory. Federal Rating (AYP): Not Met. Elementary Schools Brookwood. Principal: Molly Siebert. Address: 3960 SE Cedar Street, Hillsboro, OR 97123. Year opened: 1953. Number of students: 450. State Report Card: Satisfactory. Federal Rating (AYP): Not Met. Farmington View. Principal: Bill Tracy. Address: 8300 SW Hillsboro Highway, Hillsboro, OR 97123. Year opened: 1950. Number of students: 234. State Report Card: Outstanding. Federal Rating (AYP): Met. Groner. Principal: Christie M. Petersen. Address: 23405 SW Scholls Ferry Rd., Hillsboro, OR 97123. Year opened: 1949. Number of students: 184. State Report Card: Satisfactory. Federal Rating (AYP): Met Minter Bridge. Principal: Dayle Spitzer. Address: 1750 SE Jacquelin Drive, Hillsboro, OR 97123. Year opened: 1980. Number of students: 465. State Report Card: Outstanding. Federal Rating (AYP): Met. Rosedale. Principal: Greg Zinn. Address: 3901 SW 229th Avenue, Hillsboro, OR 97123. Year opened: 2009. Number of students: 351. State Report Card: Not rated (new). Federal Rating (AYP): Not rated (new). Witch Hazel. Principal: Kari Woyak. Address: 4950 SE Davis Road, Hillsboro, OR 97123. Year opened: 2003. Number of students: 552. State Report Card: Satisfactory. Federal Rating (AYP): Not Met. W. L. Henry. Principal: Travis Reiman. Address: 1060 SE 24th Avenue, Hillsboro, OR 97123. Year opened: 1968. Number of students: 462. State Report Card: Satisfactory. Federal Rating (AYP): Not Met. Executive Director: Dawn Montgomery10
  • 11. Liberty Feeder GroupLiberty High School. Principal: Gregg O’Mara. Address: 21945 NW Wagon Way, Hillsboro, OR 97124.Year opened: 2003. Number of students: 1,296.Academic Programs: AP courses; Academy structure: Freshman, Arts/Communication & Technology, Hospitality &Human Services; Project PLUS educational access and retention program; Senior Inquiry—offering dual enrollment atLiberty and Portland State University; Fire Science. Sample extracurricular activities & clubs: Wide variety of sports,Cheerleading, Dance Team, Band, Choir, Dressage, Color Guard, Equestrian, Thespian Club, Speech, National HonorSociety, Newspaper, Yearbook, Science Bowl & Science Olympiad, Leadership.State Report Card: Satisfactory. Federal Rating (AYP): Not Met.Poynter Middle School. Principal: Greg Timmons. Address: 1535 NE Grant Street, Hillsboro, OR 97124. Year opened:1959. Number of students: 698. Extracurricular activities & clubs: The Zone intramural sports afterschool programand TRY (Team of Recreational Youth) in cooperation with Hillsboro Parks & Recreation; drama club. State Report Card:Satisfactory. Federal Rating (AYP): Not Met.Elementary SchoolsEastwood. Principal: Monique Monahan. Address: 2100 NE Lincoln Street, Hillsboro, OR 97124.Year opened: 1978. Number of students: 487. State Report Card: Satisfactory. Federal Rating (AYP): Met.Lenox. Principal: John Matsuo. Address: 21200 NW Rock Creek Blvd., Portland, OR 97229.Year opened: 1978. Number of students: 427. State Report Card: Outstanding. Federal Rating (AYP): Met.Mooberry. Principal: Linda Bishop. Address: 1230 NE 10th Avenue, Hillsboro, OR 97124.Year opened: 1963. Number of students: 499. State Report Card: Satisfactory. Federal Rating (AYP): Met.Orenco. Principal: Tim Bishop. Address: 22550 NW Birch Street, Hillsboro, OR 97124.Year opened: 2000. Number of students: 505. State Report Card: Outstanding. Federal Rating (AYP): Met.Quatama. Principal: Janis Hill. Address: 6905 NE Campus Way, Hillsboro, OR 97124.Year opened: 2008. Number of students: 538. State Report Card: Satisfactory. Federal Rating (AYP): Not MetWest Union. Principal: Grant Corliss. Address: 23870 NW West Union Road, Hillsboro, OR 97124.Year opened: 1948. Number of students: 305. State Report Card: Outstanding. Federal Rating (AYP): Met.Executive Director: Kathi Robinson 11
  • 12. 2010 Annual ReportPublished by the Communications Department Hillsboro School District Administration Center 3083 NE 49th Place Hillsboro, OR 97124 503.844.1500 phone www.hsd.k12.or.us

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