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Auburn City Schools Data Presentation
Auburn City Schools Data Presentation
Auburn City Schools Data Presentation
Auburn City Schools Data Presentation
Auburn City Schools Data Presentation
Auburn City Schools Data Presentation
Auburn City Schools Data Presentation
Auburn City Schools Data Presentation
Auburn City Schools Data Presentation
Auburn City Schools Data Presentation
Auburn City Schools Data Presentation
Auburn City Schools Data Presentation
Auburn City Schools Data Presentation
Auburn City Schools Data Presentation
Auburn City Schools Data Presentation
Auburn City Schools Data Presentation
Auburn City Schools Data Presentation
Auburn City Schools Data Presentation
Auburn City Schools Data Presentation
Auburn City Schools Data Presentation
Auburn City Schools Data Presentation
Auburn City Schools Data Presentation
Auburn City Schools Data Presentation
Auburn City Schools Data Presentation
Auburn City Schools Data Presentation
Auburn City Schools Data Presentation
Auburn City Schools Data Presentation
Auburn City Schools Data Presentation
Auburn City Schools Data Presentation
Auburn City Schools Data Presentation
Auburn City Schools Data Presentation
Auburn City Schools Data Presentation
Auburn City Schools Data Presentation
Auburn City Schools Data Presentation
Auburn City Schools Data Presentation
Auburn City Schools Data Presentation
Auburn City Schools Data Presentation
Auburn City Schools Data Presentation
Auburn City Schools Data Presentation
Auburn City Schools Data Presentation
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Auburn City Schools Data Presentation

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In today’s Information Age, it has become increasingly important for school districts to display data in an easily accessible and understandable format via the web. We operate in a “click-and-get” …

In today’s Information Age, it has become increasingly important for school districts to display data in an easily accessible and understandable format via the web. We operate in a “click-and-get” world where our society expects immediate access to information without leaving the comfort of our home/office. The new ACS Web Data Display provides current information about Auburn City Schools (ACS) in three areas—Academic Achievement, Significant Statistics, and Community Characteristics. Our data display will:

Provide the public with a multi-year snapshot of the performance of ACS on all state assessments;

Enable families, from within the United States and internationally, relocating to the Auburn community to develop a visual picture of Auburn City Schools and our community-at-large;

Communicate ACS’ high expectations for academic achievement and commitment to quality programs that prepare students for success in future endeavors;

Respond to the requests of Auburn University faculty members to have access to data necessary for grant proposals and research interests; and

Promote the unique and successful collaborations between ACS, the City of Auburn, and Auburn University as an education focused community committed to the success of all children.

This presentation is an asset to Auburn City Schools as we continue to convey information to our stakeholders through new and innovative measures.

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  • 1. Academic Achievement
  • 2. Auburn City SchoolsAcademic Achievement
    Percentage of Students Meeting or Exceeding AYP
    All Students Subgroup (2008-2009)
  • 3. Auburn City SchoolsTitle III – ELL AMAO Report 2008-2009
  • 4. Auburn City Schools2009 Alabama Science Assessment
    Grades 5 & 7
  • 5. Auburn City SchoolsAlabama Direct Assessment of Writing
    5-Year Comparison
  • 6. Auburn City SchoolsSAT10 Percentile-Stanine 5-Yr Comparison
    SAT10 5-Year ComparisonNational Percentile-Stanine
  • 7. Auburn City SchoolsSAT10 Percentile-Stanine 5-Yr Comparison
    SAT10 5-Year ComparisonNational Percentile-Stanine
  • 8. Auburn City SchoolsSAT10 Percentile-Stanine 5-Yr Comparison
    SAT10 5-Year ComparisonNational Percentile-Stanine
  • 9. Auburn City SchoolsAlabama High School Graduation Exam
    Percentage Passing by Subject
    Students in the classes of 2010 and 2011 have many additional attemptsremaining to pass all five parts of the AHSGE.
    Data reported through Spring 2009
  • 10. Auburn City SchoolsAlabama Reading & Mathematics Test
    Percentage of Proficient Students
    9
  • 11. Auburn City SchoolsAverage ACT Scores
    Auburn City Schools & State Comparison
  • 12. National AP Scholars
    Michael Key
    Adrian Quicke
    Sarah Lusche
    AnkitaTippur
    Auburn City SchoolsAdvanced Placement Scholars
    AP Scholars With Distinction
    Matthew Buckley
    Allison Savrda
    Michael Key
    Alexandria Sims
    Albert Kwon
    Rachel Taylor
    Bryan Lee
    Tina Tian
    Sarah Lusche
    AnkitaTippur
    Elizabeth Panhorst
    Samuel Ward
    Kimberly Penden
    Patrick Yoxal
    Adrian Quicke
    Zhibo Zhao
  • 13. Auburn City SchoolsAdvanced Placement Scholars
    AP Scholars With Honors
    ElenAghekyan
    Mark Helms
    Gayle Avery
    Victoria Horne
    Adam Blumenthal
    Ryan Khodadadi
    Amelia Brock
    Sarah Margaret Lyons
    Hunter Burch
    Blake Mahan
    Robert Burch
    Jason Miller
    Matthew Cameron
    Trenton Nall
    Julie Cleveland
    Stuart Sponner
    Olivia Glasscock
    SylarStrobel
    Omar Gowayed
    Gabriel Wang
    Michael Gropper
    Margartet Weaver
    Shannon Harris
    Jacob Zabwa
  • 14. Auburn City SchoolsAdvanced Placement Scholars
    Elizabeth Pudner
    Patrick Donnan
    David Ruffing
    William Dowdy
    Caroline Shook
    Caroline Dulaney
    Emerson Smith
    Andrew Eiland
    Kathryn Smith
    Nathaniel Graham
    Matthew Smith
    Abigail Harris
    TahaiyaSohail
    Ketty Hartline
    Sarah Tam
    ChristpherAdams
    Sameul Johnston
    Christopher Allen
    Hae-In Kim
    Alexander Barnes
    Michael Langely
    Morgan Bettcher
    Elizabeth Lester
    Katelyn Boston
    Katie Morgan
    Adam Carter
    Jacqueline Norman
    Haley Davies
    Marion Park
    Emily Devriees
    Steven Head
    Seth Taylor
    Coleman Humphrey
    Tambour Thornton
    Luke Iannuzzi
    Michelle Tin
    Nicholas Iannuzzi
    RohithVadlamudi
    Taylor Jackson
    Michael Waldrop
    Charlotte Jennings
    Alyssa White
    Maggie Jerome
    Allie Wilkerson
  • 15. Significant Statistics
  • 16. Auburn City SchoolsSignificant Statistics
    Did You Know?
    Auburn City Schools is the4th fastest growing school district in Alabama
  • 17. Auburn City SchoolsSignificant Statistics
    Did You Know?
    Auburn City Schools embraces diversity…42 native languagesare spoken in the homes of ACS students
  • 18. Auburn City SchoolsSignificant Statistics
    Did You Know?
    Auburn City Schools has2 Blue Ribbon National Schools of DistinctionWrights Mill Road Elementary
    Auburn Early Education Center
  • 19. Auburn City SchoolsSignificant Statistics
    Did You Know?
    Auburn City Schools has25% Free and Reduced Lunch PercentageOnly 10 of the state’s 134 districts are lower
  • 20. Auburn City SchoolsSignificant Statistics
    Did You Know?
    99% of Auburn City Schools’ teachers are
    Highly Qualified
  • 21. Auburn City SchoolsSignificant Statistics
    Did You Know?
    Scholarships awarded to the Class of 2009
    $5,605,414
  • 22. Auburn City SchoolsSignificant Statistics
    2009 Extracurricular Activities
    Varsity Baseball won State Championship
    Girls Golf team finished 2nd in State
    Varsity Football team was undefeated
    Girls Soccer team was in Final Four
    Boys Soccer team also in Final Four
  • 23. Auburn City SchoolsSignificant Statistics
    5-Year Enrollment Comparison
  • 24. Auburn City SchoolsSignificant Statistics
    Advanced Placement Data
  • 25. Auburn City SchoolsSignificant Statistics
    IB Program Statistics
  • 26. Auburn City SchoolsSignificant Statistics
    General Local Fund Revenue
  • 27. Auburn City SchoolsSignificant Statistics
    General Fund Expenditures
  • 28. Auburn City SchoolsSignificant Statistics
    Funding Facts
    During 2008-2009 school year ACS funded 60.74 locally funded units and 19 Other Certified units
    ACS’s mills equivalent is 45.66 compared to a state average of 31.83
    73.86% of budget is dedicated to instruction and instructional support
  • 29. Auburn City SchoolsSignificant Statistics
    Technology Facts
    Computer to student ratio 3:1 (national average is 5:1)
    All schools actively participant in National Speak-Up survey [two schools recognized in top 200 schools in nation with the number of students participating in survey-CWES and AJHS]
    All 8th & 9th grade students issued laptop computers with 24/7 access.
    All teachers of grades 8-12 issued laptop computers with 24/7 access.
    Two schools are wireless campuses--AHS and AJHS.
    District level participation in 21st Learning Initiative through Alabama Best Practices Center
    7 of 10 schools have closed-circuit signage systems
    Tiger TV
  • 30. Auburn City SchoolsSignificant Statistics
    Facilities
    Schools… 1 Kindergarten 6 Elementary1 Middle 1 Jr. High 1 High
    Classrooms… 406 Educational Space: 1018743
    Recently Completed ProjectsOpened new Richland Elementary (2008)Constructed new maintenance/transportation facilityCompleted Culinary Arts & cafeteria renovation at AHSRenovation of Duck Samford Stadium & New field house
    Current ProjectsAHS Auditorium renovationAHS additions for Band & Choral
  • 31. Community Characteristics
  • 32. Auburn City SchoolsCommunity Characteristics
  • 33. Auburn City SchoolsCommunity Characteristics
    ACS Ranked Top Priority for City Funding
  • 34. Auburn City SchoolsCommunity Characteristics
    Foundation for Auburn’s Continuing Enrichment in Schools
    The mission of FACES is to promote innovative opportunities that enrich the educational experiences of student in Auburn City Schools.
    FACES provides…
  • 35. Auburn City SchoolsCommunity Characteristics
    ACS Gives Back!
    Auburn City Schools gives back to the community through participation with a number of charities and community events
    Food Bankof East Alabama
    Boys and Girls Clubof Greater Lee County
  • 36. Auburn City SchoolsCommunity Characteristics
    Partnerships
    City of Auburn
    A+/Alabama Best Practices Center
    Auburn Chamber of Commerce
    Auburn University
    College of Agriculture
    College of Architecture Design & Construction
    College of Education
    College of Sciences & Mathematics
    Jule Collins Smith Museum
    Samuel Ginn College of Engineering
  • 37. Auburn City SchoolsCommunity Characteristics
    2008-2009 ACS Dental Clinic Statistics
    Total Students Served: 350
  • 38. Auburn City SchoolsCommunity Characteristics
  • 39. Auburn City SchoolsCommunity Characteristics

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