Our Mission and Beliefs                  School Mission StatementEtowah High School’s Mission Shall be GraduatingLife-Long...
2011-12 Performance Snapshot                                                        Student Demographics - Enrollment by G...
2011-12 Performance Snapshot                                          2011-12 Performance Snapshot     2012 GEORGIA HIGH S...
2012-13 Goals and Objectives                                                       2012-13 Goals and Objectives           ...
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  1. 1. Our Mission and Beliefs School Mission StatementEtowah High School’s Mission Shall be GraduatingLife-Long Learners and Productive Community and Global Citizens. 2012-13 School Improvement Plan School Belief Statements at a Glance We believe that all members of the Etowah community are responsible Cherokee County School District for the intellectual and social development of our students. Dr. Frank Petruzielo, We believe that all students can learn regardless of different learning Superintendent of Schools styles and abilities. We believe in working with all students to identify each student’s needs Mr. Keith L. Ball, and capacity for learning. Principal We believe that regardless of differences in abilities, all students should recognize learning as a life-long endeavor and should continue their edu- cation in an ever-changing world. SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT DATA MANAGEMENT TEAM We believe that students should come to understand that individual Kelly Brangan Latoya Gray Robyn Mattson Josh Saye differences, strengths, and weaknesses help to make us both unique and important. Michelle Barthlow Brandon Grummer John Murnan Tonya Sebring We believe that both student performance and teacher performance are Lori Crawley Claudia Larotta Anna Pettit Dan Snipes crucial components of academic growth and that we must continue to Lee Coker Denise Lewis Katrina Purugulla Penny Valle develop both. Rob Graner Veronica Lucking Amanda Ruiz Robert Van Alstyne We believe that we must recognize an ever-increasing student population and must continue to use our resources and facilities wisely and efficient- ly to meet students’ needs. SCHOOL COUNCIL MEMBERS We believe that we must continue to develop methods of instruction that Michelle Angalet (Parent) John Petrie (Teacher) maximize opportunities for learning. Bonny Blackmon (Business) Kelly Sirois (Parent) We believe that character development is a critical component in the development of responsible citizens. Beth Choppa (Parent) June Pollack (Parent) We believe that all members of the Etowah community are responsible Gina Forbes (Parent) Vijay Purugulla (Teacher) for providing a safe environment for all students and teachers. Christina Hammonds (Teacher) Debi Radcliff (Business) We believe that instructional time is sacred and will be used to provide Valerie Johnson (Parent) Rushay Amarath-Madav (Student) meaningful and engaging learning activities at all times, without exception. Kim Overy (Parent) Ahila Manivannan (Student) Lori Peters (Parent)
  2. 2. 2011-12 Performance Snapshot Student Demographics - Enrollment by Grade and Gender 9th 10th 11th 12th 2012 ACT Scores at EHS were the 2nd highest in CCSD. Grade Grade Grade Grade2012 SAT Scores at EHS were the highest in CCSD for the Female 341 281 286 227 3rd year in a row. Male 378 298 278 2052012 AP Score Average was the highest in CCSD for the 3rd year in a row (87%). SAT (Scholastic Aptitude Test) Scores 2012 Reading Math Writing Total ETOWAH 542 547 526 1615 CCSD 532 536 519 1587 GEORGIA 488 489 475 1452 NATION 496 514 488 1498 ACT (American College Test) Scores 2012 Reading English Math Science Composite ETOWAH 23.6 22.9 22.7 23.1 23.2 CCSD 23.3 22.3 22.2 22.5 22.7 GEORGIA 21 20.1 20.6 20.5 20.7 NATION 21.3 20.5 21.1 20.9 21.1 AP Test Scores 2012World US Gov./ Geo. Psych. Chemistry BiologyHistory History Politics % of Students Eligible For Free & 3.9 4.4 3.2 4.6 3.8 2.8 3.3 Reduced Lunch N=37 N=49 N=71 N=22 N=54 N=9 N=20Comp Sci Cal (AB) Cal (BC) Stats Lang Lit Spanish 2012-13 24.89 3.9 3.8 4.7 3.3 3.7 3.9 3.8 2011-12 24.78 N=11 N=49 N=9 N=67 N=59 N=48 N=25 2010-11 21.74 2009-10 19.15 Euro Physics B Physics C 16.02 2008-09 3.9 3.3 4.1 N=16 N=10 N=19 0 5 10 15 20 25
  3. 3. 2011-12 Performance Snapshot 2011-12 Performance Snapshot 2012 GEORGIA HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATION WRITING TEST 2009 - 2012 End Of Course Tests * Data reflects 11th grade, 1st time test takers, Regular Program Four Year Trend GHSWT 2008-09 99% 2009-10 97% 2010-11 99% 2011-12 99% 2012 EOCT Performance Data End Of Course Test (EOCT) Scores 2012 ETOWAH STATE CCSDAttendance Rates Graduation Rates GPS Algebra *79 63 782008-09 96.2% 2008-09 *84.7% GPS Geometry 93 74 87 9th Literature 94 84 912009-10 95.8% 2009-10 *88.9% 11th Literature 97 89 97 Biology 88 72 852010-11 96.8% 2010-11 **82.7% Physical Science 91 64 87 US History 93 68 872011-12 96.8 % 2011-12 Forthcoming Economics 93 77 93 via CCRPI *AYP Lever Rate **CCRPI Cohort Rate *2011-12 was the only year GPS Algebra 1 EOCT was administered.
  4. 4. 2012-13 Goals and Objectives 2012-13 Goals and Objectives Goal/Objective 1 - English Goal/Objective 4 - Social Studies Increase the percentage of students who exceed the standard on the 9th  Increase the percentage of students who meet or exceed the standard on the grade Literature EOCT to 56%. Economics EOCT to 95%. Increase the percentage of students who exceed the standard on the  Maintain the percentage of students who meet or exceed the standards on American Literature EOCT to 58%. the US History EOCT at 92%. Increase the percentage of SWD students who meet the standard on the 9 th  Increase the percentage of SWD students who meet or exceed the standard grade Literature to 69% for the Economics EOCT to 89%. Increase the percentage of SWD students who meet the standard on 11 th  Increase the percentage of SWD students who meet or exceed the standard grade American Literature EOCT to 78%. for the US History EOCT to 62% The percentage of students who score a “3” or higher on the Advanced  The percentage of students scoring a “3” or higher on the World History Placement Literature will be greater than 91% and the Advanced Placement Advanced Placement Assessment will be 90% or greater. Language Assessments for students who score a “3” or higher will be greater  The percentage of students scoring a “3” or higher on the United States than 92%. History Advanced Placement Assessment will be 90% or greater. Increase the percentage of students who exceed the standards on the Writing  The percentage of students scoring a “3” or higher on the Government GHSGT to 12%. Advanced Placement Assessment will be 75% or greater. Increase the number students enrolled in an Advanced Literature course by  The percentage of students scoring a “3” or higher on the Psychology 2%. Advanced Placement Assessment will be 90% or greater.  The percentage of students scoring a “3” or higher on the Human Geography Goal/Objective 2 - Mathematics Advanced Placement Assessment will be 90% or greater. Set a baseline data point at 85% of students who meet or exceed the standard  Establish a baseline of students scoring “3” or higher on the Advanced on the CCGPS Coordinate Algebra EOCT. Placement Economics Assessment. Maintain the percentage of students who meet or exceed the standard on the  Establish a baseline of students scoring a “3” or higher on the Advanced GPS Geometry EOCT at 94%. Placement European History Assessment. Establish a baseline of 50% of SWD students who meet or exceed the  Establish a baseline of students enrolled in Advanced Placement Social Studies standard on the CCGPS Coordinate Algebra EOCT. courses. Increase the percentage of SWD students who meet or exceed the standard Goal/Objective 5 - Special Education on the GPS Geometry EOCT to 66%. The Percentage of students scoring a “3” or above on the Advanced  Increase the percentage of SWD students who meet or exceed the standard Placement Calculus test will be greater than 80%. by 2% within each content area on all End of Course Tests. The Percentage of students scoring a “3” or above on the Advanced  Increase the score of SWD students who meet or exceed the standard on the Placement Statistics test will be greater than 80%. Georgia High School Writing Test to 78%.  Establish a baseline percentage of first time SWD 9th graders earning 3 Goal/Objective 3 - Science Carnegie Credits in 3 core content areas. Increase the percentage of students who meet or exceed the standard for the Goal/Objective 6 - School-wide Biology EOCT to 90%. Establish a baseline data point of 82% of students who meet or exceed the  Increase the percentage of students who meet or exceed the standard by 2% standard for the Physical Science EOCT. on each subject area End of Course Test. Increase the percentage of SWD students who meet or exceed the standard  Increase the number of students who complete a Career Pathway to 15%. for the Biology EOCT to 41%.  Increase the 2013 cohort graduation rate to 85%. Increase the percentage of SWD students who meet or exceed the standard for the Physical Science EOCT to 91%. Increase the number of students enrolled in Advanced Placement Science courses by 2%. Increase the number of students enrolled in Physics by 2%.

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