National School Of Character

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National School Of Character

  1. 1. NATIONAL SCHOOLS OF CHARACTER (NSOC) ENROLLMENT RATES FOR SCHOOLS SCHOOLS OF CHARACTER ALL SHAPES AND SIZES Mixed Level 9 16 12 4 2014 NSOC IMPACT ALL YEARS 41 and many more impacted by schools on the journey to NSOC 42,969 Overall, 1.25 million Students Impacted! FREE OR REDUCED LUNCH Character.org 22 24% or below 14 25% - 49% 5 50% - 74% 3 75% & above Highest 86% Lowest 4% 2schools <250 students 18schools 251 - 500 students 12schools 501 - 750 students 9schools 751 - 1000 students 1school 1000< students Lowest 44 Highest 1170 Elementary Schools Middle Schools High Schools National Schools of Character 22,115 students Students Impacted 3National Districts of Character 20,854 students 248National Schools of Character 156,233 students Since NSOC keep their designation for five years and impact new students every year 18National Districts of Character 539,579 students in the year each school won695,812Students Impacted 3Districts 2 3Private Schools Charter Schools 39Public Schools
  2. 2. 95.4% average attendance vs 93.7% nationwide. 87% average of NSOC’s with decline in discipline referrals 89% average of NSOC’s seeing fewer suspensions 87.3% average of NSOC students reporting that they feel safe 87.7% average of NSOC’s with reading scores on rise or already high 88.3%average of NSOC’s with math scores on rise or already high of parents report teachers have built strong relationships with their child Out of school suspensions POSITIVE NSOC TRENDS (2011-2013) CHEESEQUAKE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL MATAWAN, NEW JERSEY JOHN POOLE MIDDLE SCHOOL POOLESVILLE, MARYLAND 5th grade scored proficient or better in math scores 2010 2011 2012 2013 94% 95%87% 10+ days missed Student absences have decreased by more than 50% 100% 94%of parents report their child respects their teachers at school. 79% 96% of students report "My teacher really cares about me." 2010/11 2011/12 2012/13 23.7% 13.1% 11.4% 9 4 2012/13 2013/14 “John Poole Middle School is simply the backbone and moral compass of our community. ”- Garth and Amy Seely, parents of a student “When I was younger, I felt people thought I was different because of my name and the language my family spoke at home. We celebrate diversity at Cheesequake and I now know that I am very special person because of the way I am respected and treated by my teachers and friends. My school is a place where everyone makes good choices and shows the Six Pillars of Character so people's feelings don't get hurt. ”- Malvina, 3rd Grade 2009/10 94.1% 2012/13 96% Out of school suspensions 32 21 3 2011/12 2012/13 2013/14 (as of 3/14/14) 2010/11 2011/12 2012/13 263 245 55 (as of 3/14/14) Number of disciplinary referrals Students passing in reading/ language arts 2014 NSOC CASE STUDY 2014 NSOC CASE STUDY

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