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  1. 1. Influencing the Political ProcessRole and Duty of the SuperintendentWSU Superintendent ProgramJanuary 7, 2012Dr. Mary Alice HeuschelSuperintendent, Renton School District
  2. 2. It takes US ALL SchoolHome, Neighborhood and Health Higher Education Community Successful Kids Work Legislature
  3. 3. Reauthorized by the “No Child LeftBehind” Act of 2001 - Public Law107-110 (NCLB). . . And the Impact onWashington State Mary Alice Heuschel Deputy Superintendent Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction
  4. 4. DO YOU KNOW?State Representatives for your district/school?Federal Representatives for your state?When each legislative session begins andends?QEC…TPEP…SBE…STEM…Governor’s 2012 Supplemental Budget…and Impact
  5. 5. HAVE YOU?Written to or called your legislator?Provided input regarding budget cuts?Responded to policy requests for feedback?Joined your state and nationalorganizations?WASA/AASA WSDDA/NSBA
  6. 6. Commitment . . .the stuffcharacter ismade of; thepower to changethe face of things It is the dailytriumph ofintegrity overskepticism
  7. 7. Legislative Update December 23, 2011 WSSDA Legislative LinksImplementation of the New Student Transportation Funding System Our Priorities and PositionsUpdate Legislative Updates/ReportsThis quarterly update provides information on the implementation of the state’s new Legislative Eventstransportation funding system. The update indicates that the new school districtreports that were due on October 31 were successfully completed on time for the Legislative Committeeoverwhelming number of districts. This was a critical step in the implementation of Federal Relations Networkthe new system. For additional information, contact Allan Jones at Legislative Resource Linksallan.jones@k12.wa.us or (360) 725-6122. WSSDA HomeWashington Comprehensive Assessment Program: 2011 AssessmentSystem ReportWashington’s assessment program experienced numerous changes during the 2010–11 school year and will have similar changes, plus new enhancements, occurringduring 2011–12. This report provides a brief review of the 2011 changes and results,designs for the 2012 test administration, and an introduction to other programinitiatives, including the work of the SMARTER Balanced Assessment Consortium(SBAC). For additional information, contact Michael Middleton atMichael.Middleton@k12.wa.us or at (360) 725-6434.
  8. 8. We can make a difference in the lives of our children and the FUTURE of our country
  9. 9. Care and Feeding of the Board Board Protocol
  10. 10. Mobilize others to getextraordinary things done!
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  12. 12. District K-12 Enrollment 50,000 45,000 40,000 35,000 30,000Enrollment 25,000 20,000 15,000 10,000 5,000 0 1 21 41 61 81 101 121 141 161 181 201 221 241 261 281 Number of WA Districts
  13. 13. District K-12 Enrollment 50,000 45,000 40,000 35,000 30,000Enrollment Median Enrollment: 25,000 1,026 students 20,000 15,000 10,000 5,000 0 1 21 41 61 81 101 121 141 161 181 201 221 241 261 281 Number of WA Districts
  14. 14. District K-12 Enrollment 50,000 45,000 40,000 35,000 30,000Enrollment 25,000 20,000 15,000 10,000 72% of Districts < 5,000 3,000 students 0 1 21 41 61 81 101 121 141 161 181 201 221 241 261 281 Number of WA Districts
  15. 15. District K-12 Enrollment 50,000 Bellingham School District 10880 Pasco School District 14570 Edmonds School District 20609 Richland School District 10908 Auburn School District 14785 Puyallup School District 20959 45,000 Kitsap School District Central 11365 Yakima School District 14835 Federal Way School District 21390 Marysville School District 11774 Kennewick School District 15898 Vancouver School District 22655 Clover Park School District 11947 Issaquah School District 16948 Lake Washington School District 24178 40,000 Central Valley School District 12398 Highline School District 17563 Evergreen School District (Clark) 25935 Battle Ground School District 13222 Bellevue School District 17578 Kent School District 27196 35,000 Thurston School District North 13952 Bethel School District 17651 Spokane School District 28327 Mukilteo School District 14443 Everett School District 19049 Tacoma School District 28890 Renton School District 14527 Northshore School District 19707 Seattle Public Schools 46523 30,000Enrollment 25,000 20,000 Top 10% of Districts serve 56% of 15,000 students (Seattle to Bellingham) 10,000 5,000 0 1 21 41 61 81 101 121 141 161 181 201 221 241 261 281 Number of WA Districts
  16. 16. District Overview – Boundaries and Location• Boundaries encompass nearly 33 square miles• Renton Serves 7 Municipalities and Unincorporated King County – City of Renton – 44% of City of Newcastle – 23% of the City of Tukwila – Small portions of Seattle, Kent, Bellevue, Issaquah – Unincorporated King County
  17. 17. State/District: By The Numbers• 295 Districts Renton• 1 million Students 14,527 (14,700+)• 2,227 Schools 24 – Native American / Alaskan Native: 2.5% (3%) – Asian / Pacific Islander: 8.8% (26%) – Black / African American: 5.6% (21%) – Latino(a) / Hispanic: 16.1% (18%) – White: 63.7% (32%)
  18. 18. Renton School District Demographic Data Annual Budget $140 million Employees 2,000  Fulltime, Part time and on-call staff 25 Schools and Programs  13 ½ Elementary Schools  3 Middle Schools  3 Comprehensive High Schools  4 Alternative/Specialized Programs  Early Childhood Education
  19. 19. Renton School District Demographic Data 112 buses 98 drivers 895,000 miles annually 502 Bus Routes 2836 Bus Stops Served over 2 million meals in 2010-11
  20. 20. State: By The Numbers• English Language Learners: 1 in 12 students (8.1%) 15.5%• Language other than English at Home: 1 in 5 students (20%) 31%• Poverty: 4 in 10 students (42%) 54%
  21. 21. English Language Learner Enrollment2500 ELL has more than doubled in 10 years; 6.4 – 15.5 % 2050 20252000 1912 1731 1635 14791500 1283 1112 9691000 832 656 486500 378 330 281 172 202 0 1993- 1994- 1995- 1996- 1997- 1998- 1999- 2000- 2001- 2002- 2003- 2004- 2005- 2006- 2007- 2009- 2010- 94 95 96 97 98 99 2000 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 2010 2011
  22. 22. • Hold high expectations• Offer options and opportunities• Provide safe, supporting learning environments• Encourage partnerships with families and communities
  23. 23. Expectations and Accountability . . . “If you cannot measure it, you cannot improve it.” British scientist Lord Kelvin
  24. 24. Focus on the RentonSchool DistrictContinuousImprovement ModelWe establish rigorousannual goals that aremonitored.Progress and successcelebrated.
  25. 25. Persevere Relentlessly
  26. 26. Goal 1Elementary 2010 2011 2012 2013 3-yr gain*Reading 65.6% 69.0% 72.1% 74.9% 9.3 100% Elementary GoalsWriting 57.7% 62.0% 65.8% 69.2% 11.5 Percent meeting standard 80% 74.9%Math 47.6% 52.9% 57.6% 61.8% 14.2 69.2% 65.6% 61.8%Science 29.8% 36.8% 43.2% 48.8% 19.0 57.7% 60%Middle School 48.8% 47.6%Reading 65.3% 68.8% 71.9% 74.7% 9.4 40%Writing 68.6% 71.8% 74.6% 77.1% 8.5 29.8%Math 45.9% 51.3% 56.2% 60.6% 14.7 20%Science 53.4% 58.1% 62.3% 66.0% 12.6High SchoolReading 72.4% 75.1% 77.6% 79.8% 7.5 0%Writing 76.5% 78.8% 80.9% 82.9% 6.4 Reading Writing Math ScienceMath 33.9% 40.5% 46.4% 51.8% 17.9 2010 2011 2012 2013Science 39.1% 45.2% 50.7% 55.6% 16.5 *rounded 100% Middle School Goals 100% High School Goals 79.8% 82.9% 77.1%Percent meeting standard Percent meeting standard 80% 74.7% 80% 76.5% 68.6% 66.0% 72.4% 65.3% 60.6% 60% 60% 55.6% 53.4% 51.8% 45.9% 40% 40% 39.1% 33.9% 20% 20% 0% 0% Reading Writing Math Science Reading Writing Math Science 2010 2011 2012 2013 2010 2011 2012 2013
  27. 27. Goal 2 Achievement Gap by IncomeLevel/Subject Non-Low Income Low Income 3-year 3-year GapElementary 2010 2011 2012 2013 gain* 2010 2011 2012 2013 gain* closed*Reading 81.8% 83.6% 85.2% 86.7% 4.9 52.7% 57.5% 61.7% 65.5% 12.8 7.9Writing 75.3% 77.7% 80.0% 82.0% 6.7 43.9% 49.5% 54.6% 59.1% 15.2 8.5Math 64.7% 68.2% 71.4% 74.2% 9.6 34.1% 40.7% 46.6% 51.9% 17.9 8.3Science 44.8% 50.3% 55.3% 59.7% 15.0 23.1% 30.8% 37.7% 43.9% 20.8 5.9MiddleReading 78.1% 80.3% 82.2% 84.0% 5.9 54.6% 59.1% 63.2% 66.9% 12.3 6.4Writing 79.7% 81.7% 83.6% 85.2% 5.5 58.6% 62.8% 66.5% 69.9% 11.2 5.7Math 60.9% 64.8% 68.3% 71.5% 10.6 33.4% 40.0% 46.0% 51.4% 18.1 7.5Science 70.5% 73.4% 76.1% 78.5% 8.0 38.1% 44.3% 49.9% 54.9% 16.8 8.8HighReading 83.0% 84.7% 86.2% 87.6% 4.6 58.1% 62.3% 66.1% 69.4% 11.4 6.8Writing 85.1% 86.6% 87.9% 89.1% 4.0 64.9% 68.4% 71.6% 74.4% 9.5 5.5Math 45.7% 51.2% 56.0% 60.4% 14.7 18.4% 26.5% 33.9% 40.5% 22.1 7.4Science 51.4% 56.3% 60.6% 64.6% 13.2 23.1% 30.8% 37.7% 43.9% 20.8 7.7 * rounded
  28. 28. Goal 2 Achievement Gap by Race/EthnicityLevel/Subject White, Asian, Pac Is. Black, Hispanic, American Indian, Multiracial 3-year 3-year GapElementary 2010 2011 2012 2013 gain* 2010 2011 2012 2013 gain* closed*Reading 76.0% 78.4% 80.6% 82.5% 6.5 49.9% 54.9% 59.4% 63.4% 13.6 7.1Writing 71.3% 74.1% 76.7% 79.0% 7.8 37.9% 44.1% 49.7% 54.7% 16.8 9.0Math 62.2% 66.0% 69.4% 72.4% 10.2 25.8% 33.2% 39.9% 45.9% 20.1 9.9Science 39.4% 45.4% 50.9% 55.8% 16.4 15.3% 23.8% 31.4% 38.3% 22.9 6.5MiddleReading 75.8% 78.3% 80.4% 82.4% 6.5 50.4% 55.4% 59.8% 63.9% 13.4 6.9Writing 77.0% 79.3% 81.4% 83.2% 6.2 57.1% 61.4% 65.3% 68.8% 11.6 5.4Math 60.4% 64.4% 67.9% 71.1% 10.7 25.5% 32.9% 39.6% 45.7% 20.2 9.5Science 67.9% 71.1% 74.0% 76.6% 8.7 31.8% 38.7% 44.8% 50.3% 18.5 9.8HighReading 79.7% 81.7% 83.6% 85.2% 5.5 60.2% 64.2% 67.7% 71.0% 10.8 5.3Writing 83.4% 85.0% 86.5% 87.9% 4.5 65.2% 68.7% 71.8% 74.6% 9.4 4.9Math 46.2% 51.6% 56.4% 60.8% 14.6 14.5% 23.1% 30.8% 37.7% 23.2 8.6Science 51.4% 56.3% 60.6% 64.6% 13.2 20.0% 28.0% 35.2% 41.7% 21.7 8.5 * rounded
  29. 29. Renton Early Childhood EducationFall vs. Spring, Percent Passing (80%) 100% LITERACY 80% 60% 57.4% Percent passing 51.6% 47.9% 48.5% 40% 34.1% 25.5% 20% 6.8% 7.4% 1.4% 3.1% 0% ECEAP Head Start Preschool (disability) Preschool (tuition) All students Pretest End of Year
  30. 30. Renton Early Childhood EducationFall vs. Spring, Percent Passing (80%) 100% MATH 80% 63.8% 60.6% 59.7% 60% Percent passing 53.1% 42.0% 40% 25.5% 20% 9.7% 6.9% 8.0% 4.2% 0% ECEAP Head Start Preschool (disability) Preschool (tuition) All students Pretest End of Year
  31. 31. Benson Hill Elem., White & Black (49% low income, 20% ELL) Grade 3 Math 100Percent meeting standard 80 77 79 77 60 46 40 20 0 2006 2010 Black White
  32. 32. 2010/2011 DIBELS Data 5th Fall 12% 11% 77%5th Winter 13% 10% 77% 4th Fall 18% 15% 67%4th Winter 9% 25% 66% 3rd Fall 18% 20% 62%3rd Winter 15% 18% 67% Gains made by primary students 2nd Fall 13% 22% 65% Intensive2nd Winter 15% 10% 75% Strategic Benchmark 1st Fall 16% 33% 51%1st Winter 6% 33% 61% K Fall 27% 6% 67% K Winter 9% 9% 82% 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% 120%
  33. 33. Fall Semester Grades, Middle Schools Average GPA by Race/Ethnicity 4.00 3.49 3.33 3.30 3.18 3.05 3.04 2.94 3.00 2.80 2.78 2.73Grade Point Average 2.67 2.65 2.56 2.57 2.53 2.42 2.00 1.00 0.00 Dimmitt McKnight Nelsen All Middle Schools White Hispanic Black Asian
  34. 34. Honors and AP Data 2010-11
  35. 35. SWIS Data
  36. 36. Equity & Access Goal #3 PBS Using School Wide Information System (SWIS) data, • 90% of students will have 0 -1 referrals • 7% of students will have 2 – 5 referrals • 3% of students will have 6 or more referrals between 2009 & 2012. Number of Referrals per year Strategy600 •The Tiffany Park 508 staff will maintain500 Positive Behavioral 442 Support for400 students. 337 328300 269200100 65 0 2005-2006 2006-2007 2007-2008 2008-2009 2009-2010 so far 2010
  37. 37. Comparison with "Schools of Distinction" (Highest 5% Improving Schools in Reading & Math) Percent Positive Responses (Further from the Center is MORE Positive) Readiness To Benef it 100% Curriculum, Instruction, and 90% Assessment: Programs & 80% Clear & Shared Focus Processes 70% 60% 50% 40%Focused Prof essional High Standards & Development 30% Expectations 20% 10% ` 0%Frequent Monitoring of Ef f ective School Leadership Teaching & Learning Supportive Learning Collaboration & Environment Communication Parent & Community Involvement Schools of Distinction in WA State (N= 2,321) Your Site Elementary Schools MS/JH Schools High Schools Maplewood Heights 113 Elem
  38. 38. School Board of Distinction November 2010
  39. 39. RSD – Excellence in Financial Management Reporting September 2010
  40. 40. McKnight sixth-grader, Dhamanpreet Kaur, named winner of the King County Library System’s Summer Reading Program September 2010
  41. 41. Students named Commended Scholars by the National Merit Scholarship Program October 2010
  42. 42. 24 Teachers achieve National Board Certification December 2010
  43. 43. LHS Assistant Principal, Anna Horton, namedSeamount League’s Distinguished Assistant Principal of the Year September 2010
  44. 44. Renton Community Foundation grantsteachers with Circle of Giving Awards January 2011
  45. 45. Board president, Al Talley, recognizedas National Mentoring Month All-Star January 2011
  46. 46. Lakeridge wins Symetra Heroes in the Classroom “MVP” Award January 2011
  47. 47. Hazen High Swim and Dive Team –2010 Seamount League Champions November 2010
  48. 48. RHS Swimmer, Steve Shouldra, first athlete to achieve “Ironman” in state competition January 2011
  49. 49. Hazen High basketball coach Gary Schaplow andwrestling coach Rory Magana named Seamount League “Coach of the Year” March 2011
  50. 50. Hazen Sport Stacking Team received awards at Regional Sport Stacking Championships April 2011
  51. 51. Lindbergh Robotics wins RegionalCompetition – goes on to Nationals March 2011
  52. 52. Kennydale fifth-grader, Jaidyn Lam, earned spot on the Washington State Honor Choir January 2011
  53. 53. Anna Tatelman of Lindbergh – finalist for Ladimer National writing contest March 2011
  54. 54. RHS senior, Jasmine Rucker, recipient of the President’s Volunteer Service Award by the Prudential Spirit Community Awards March 2011
  55. 55. Hazen and Lindbergh students named finalists in National Merit Scholar Program February 2011
  56. 56. Students accepted into Washington Aerospace Scholars Program February 2011
  57. 57. Lindbergh students place 3rd at DECA State Conference, continue to Nationals March 2011
  58. 58. Renton High senior, Amy Chao, finalist in the 2010-11 Coca-Cola Scholars Program March 2011
  59. 59. RHS senior, Meykia Smith placed 5th in Puget Sound Congressional Debate Tournament March 2011
  60. 60. Benson Hill teacher, Catherine Jex, named Teacher of the Week by STAR 101.5 FM November 2010
  61. 61. RHS newsmagazine ARROW named finalist in 2011 NationalScholastic Press Association’s Magazine Peacemaker Contest March 2011
  62. 62. Hazen High choirs and orchestra received superiorratings at Soundview League Choral Assessment and Orchestra Festival April 2011
  63. 63. Renton Rotary recognizes Youth of the Month September 2010 October 2010 November 2010 December 2010
  64. 64. Renton Rotary recognizes Youth of the Month January 2011 February 2011 March 2011 April 2011 May 2011
  65. 65. Renton Rotary recognizes Teacher of the Month
  66. 66. Renton Rotary recognizes Teacher of the Month
  67. 67. Renton Chamber of Commerce Ahead of the Class Awards April 2011
  68. 68. School Board celebrates the district’s Outstanding Employees April 2011
  69. 69. Rakib Mirza of Renton High named Gates Millennium Scholar April 2011
  70. 70. Renton Class of 2010Graduation Rates by Subgroup 100 97 97 93 88 92 91 88 92 82 80 77 74 69Percent graduates 60 40 20 0 ALL White Asian/Pac Is Black Hispanic Low Income On-Time Extended

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