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Manhattan College

School Profile Analysis


Student Name: Haidee Garcia
Name of School: P.S.86 The Kingsbridge Heights School
Location District/County: District 10/ Bronx
School Address: 2856 Reservoir Avenue
Bronx, NY 10468
School Telephone #: (718) 584-5585
Student E-Mail:

Ghaidee@gmail.com

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Achievement Data
NYS Elementary English Language Arts
Students Results
Please pick one grade to analyze
Year

Level
Standards

1
Below
Standards

2013

Percent=
# of Students- 246

Year

Level
Standards

2014

Percent
# of Students- 217

37.4%

2
Meets Basic
Standards
(Approaching)
41.9%

3
Meets
Proficiency
Standard
16.7%

4
Exceeds
Proficiency
Standards
4.1%

92

103

41

10

1
Below
Standards
39.2%

2
Meets Basic
Standards
(Approaching)
36.9%

3
Meets
Proficiency
Standard
18.0%

4
Exceeds
Proficiency
Standards
6.0%

85

80

39

13

Analysis of ELA Data Please indicate the % of students performing below grade level (i.e. levels 1
& 2). Please describe what Levels 1 & 2 represents (i.e. 1 below standards, 2 approaching
standards). Compare the last 2 years to see if there is improvement:
In reviewing the ELA Data for the years 2013 and 2014 for P.S. 86 The Kingsbridge Heights School the
percent (%) of 5th Grade students in General education setting performing below grade level was 37.4%
for the year 2013 and 39.2% for the year 2014. The percent of students in level 2 which signifies meeting
basic standards or approaching was 41.9% for the year 2013 and 36.9% for the year 2014. In the year
2013 the percent of the student who performed at level 3 which signifies these students met proficiency
standard was 16.7% and in the year 2014 the percentage of students at this level was 18.0%. Lastly, for
the year 2013 the percentage of student who performed at a level 4 which means exceeds proficient
standards was 4.1% and in 2014 the percentage of students at this level was 6.0%
In comparing the data for the last two years one can observed how there was an increase in the percentage
of student performing at level 3 and level 4 for the year 2013 to 2014. For instance, in one year there was
a 1.3% increase in the percentage of students who scored level a three; 16.7% of student at level 3 in the
year 2013 whereas, in the year 2014 there was 18.0% of students at level 3. In addition, the data also
illustrates that there was an increase in the percentage of students performing at level 4. In the year 2013
there was 4.1% and by the year 2014 there was a 2.0% increase totaling 6.0% of student performing at
this level. As a whole there were 79.3% of student at level 1 and 2 and 20.8% of students in the 5th grade
performing at level 3 and 4 in the year 2013 and 76.0% of students at level 1 and 2 and 24.0% in the year
2014. Clearly indicating that there was an improvement since the number of students in level 1 and 2
decreased from 2013 and 2014 and the number of students in level 3 and 4 increased.
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Achievement Data
NYS Elementary Math
Students Results
Please pick one grade to analyze
Year

Level
Standards

2013

Percent
# of Students- 250

Year

Level
Standards

2014

Percent
# of Students- 225

1
Below
Standards
42.8%
107
1
Below
Standards
27.1%
61

2
3
4
Meets Basic
Meets
Exceeds
Standards
Proficiency Proficiency
(Approaching) Standard
Standards
33.2%
17.6%
6.4%
83

44

2
3
4
Meets Basic
Meets
Exceeds
Standards
Proficiency Proficiency
(Approaching) Standard
Standards
33.3%
26.7%
12.9%
75

60

29

Analysis of Math Data Please indicate the % of students performing below grade level
(i.e. levels 1 & 2). Please describe what Levels 1 & 2 represents (i.e. 1 below standards, 2
approaching standards). Compare the last 2 years to see if there is improvement:
In reviewing the Math Data for the years 2013 and 2014 for P.S. 86 The Kingsbridge Heights
School the percent (%) of 5th Grade students in General education setting performing below
grade level was 42.8% for the year 2013 and 27.1% for the year 2014. The percent of
students in level 2 which signifies meeting basic standards or approaching was 33.2% for the
year 2013 and 33.3 for the year 2014. In the year 2013 the percent of the student who
performed at level 3 which signifies these students met proficiency standard was 17.6% and in
the year 2014 the percentage of students at this level was 26.7% Lastly, for the year 2013 the
percentage of student who performed at a level 4 which means exceeds proficient standards
was 6.4 % and in 2014 the percentage of students at this level was 12.9%
In comparing the data for the last two years one can observed how there was a significant
improvement in the math scores from 2013 to 2014. As a whole in the year 2013, 76% of the
student were at level 1 and 2 and 24% of the students in the 5th grade were performing at level
3 and 4. In the year 2014, the number of students performing in level 1 and 2 was 60.4% and
the number of students performing at level 3 and 4 was 39.6%. In comparing the percentage of
student at level 1 and 2 in the year 2013 to the students performing at the same level in 2014
once can see a decrease which signifies that more students improved and move to a level 3
and 4. As depicted by the data in the year 2014 there were 39.6% of students in level 3 and 4
which was an increase from the 24% percent of students at the same level the previous year.
This is a clear indication that in one year there was a 15.6% increase in students performance
in level 3 and 4 from 2013 to 2014.

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Overview of School Performance in ELA
Results
Student Group

Total #
Tested

2012-2013
% Levels
1-2

% Levels
3-4

Total #
Tested

2013-2014
% Levels
1-2

% Levels
3-4

246

79.3%

20.8%

217

76.1%

24%

43

95.4%

4.7%

45

100.0%

0%

70

94.3%

5.7%

57

100.0%

0%

All Students
Students w/ Disabilities
Limited English
Proficient

Analysis of ELA Data - Compare General Ed to Students with Disabilities levels on 1&2 and also indicate
if there is a difference between the groups for past two years - Indicate if there was improvement :
In comparing the ELA data for the year 2013 there were 79.3% of students in General education performing at
level 1 and 2 whereas, there were 95.4% of students with disabilities performing at this same level. In 2013 there
were 20.8% of students in general education performing at level 3 and 4 and only 4.7% of students with
disabilities performing at this level. This represents a considerable difference among student in general education
and students with disabilities performing below standard level as well as, on average and on above average
level. In 2014, there were 76.1% of students in general education performing at level 1 and 2 and 24% of
students performing at level 3 and 4. For this year, there were 100.0% percent of students with disabilities
performing in level 1 and 2 and 0% performing at level 3 and 4. In reviewing the data for the past two years, the
general education students improved their performance in ELA. The percentage of students in level 1 and 2
decreased 3.2% which caused an increased in the percentage of students performing at level 3 and 4. However,
the data indicates that there was no improvement in ELA for students with disabilities. Matter of fact, the
students in 2014 actually did lower than the previous year. As seen with the increase of 100% of students
performing at level 1 and 2 and no students reaching level 3 and 4.
Analysis of ELA Data - Compare the performance of the ELL students to the performance of all students.
Please indicate in your report what Levels 1 & 2 indicates. Compare the last 2 years to see if there is
improvement:
In reviewing the ELA data for the year 2013 there were 79.3% of students in General education performing at
level 1 and 2 whereas, there were 94.3% of ELL students performing at this same level. In 2013 there were
20.8% of students in general education performing at level 3 and 4 and only 5.7% of ELL students performing at
this level. There is a significant difference between the performances of student in general education and ELL
students. In 2014, there were 76.1% of students in general education performing at level 1 and 2 and 24% of
students performing at level 3 and 4. In contrast, there were 100.0% percent of ELL students performing in level
1 and 2 and 0% performing at level 3 and 4. In analyzing the data for the past two year, one can observe that the
students in general education improved their performance in ELA. The percentage of students in level 1 and 2
decreased 3.2% which caused an increased in the percentage of students performing at level 3 and 4. However,
the data indicates that there was no improvement in ELL students. The data illustrates that in 2014 these
students performed lower than the previous year. Since no students performed at level 3 and 4.
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Results
Student Group
All Students

Total #
Tested
250

Overview of School Performance in Math


2012-2013
% Levels
% Levels
Total #
1-2
3-4
Tested
76%
24%
225

2013-2014
% Levels
1-2
60.4%

% Levels
3-4
39.6%

Students w/ Disabilities

43

93.1%

7%

45

91.1%

8.9%

Limited English
Proficient

74

91.9%

8.1%

64

86%

14.1%

Analysis of Math Data - Compare General Ed to Students with Disabilities levels 1&2 and also indicate if
there is a difference between the groups for past two years - Indicate if there was improvement :
In comparing the Math data for the year 2013 there were 76% of students in General education performing at
level 1 and 2 whereas, there were 93.1% of students with disabilities performing at this same level. In 2013
there were 24% of students in general education performing at level 3 and 4 and only 7% of students with
disabilities performing at this level. This represents a considerable difference among student in general
education and students with disabilities performing below standard level as well as, on average and on above
average level. In 2014, there were 60.4% of students in general education performing at level 1 and 2 and 39.6%
of students performing at level 3 and 4. For this year, there were 91.1% of students with disabilities performing
in level 1 and 2 and 8.9% performing at level 3 and 4. In reviewing the data for the past two years, the general
education students improved their performance in Math. The percentage of students in level 1 and 2 decreased
15.6% which is considerable amount and caused an increased in the percentage of students performing at level 3
and 4. In which there was an increase from 24% to 39.6% of student performing at level 3 and 4. However, the
data indicates that there was a slight improvement in Math for students with disabilities. Matter of fact, the
percentage of students with disabilities in 2014 who reached level 3 and 4 increased to 1.9%.
Analysis of Math Data - Compare the performance of the ELL students to the performance of all
students. Please indicate in your report what Levels 1 & 2 indicates. Compare the last 2 years to see if
there is improvement:
In reviewing the Math data for the year 2013 there were 76% of students in General education performing at
level 1 and 2 whereas, there were 91.9% of ELL students performing at this same level. In 2013 there were
60.4% of students in general education performing at level 3 and 4 and only 8.1% of ELL students performing
at this level. There is a substantial difference between the performances of student in general education and ELL
students in the area of below, average or above average standards. In 2014, there were 60.4% of students in
general education performing at level 1 and 2 and 39.6% of students performing at level 3 and 4. In contrast,
there were 86% percent of ELL students performing in level 1 and 2 and 14.1% performing at level 3 and 4. In
analyzing the data for the past two years, one can observe, that the students in general education improved their
performance in Math. The percentage of students in level 1 and 2 decreased 15.6% which caused an increased in
the percentage of students performing at level 3 and 4. As seen with the increase from 24& to 39.6% In
addition, the data indicates that there was improvement in ELL students as well. The data illustrates that in
2014, these students performed higher than the previous year. Seeing an increase of 6% of students performing
at level 3 and 4. There was an increase from 8.1% to 14.1% of in this level.
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www.nysed.gov

2011

77% #1,287

Demographics
Reduced
Limited
Price Lunch
English
Proficient
6% #100
31% #512

2012

63% #976

6% #93

Year

Eligible for Free


Lunch

32%

Notes

#495

Analysis of Data Indicate any or no changes over the two years:


Over the two years the P.S. 86 The Kingsbridge Heights School has seen changes in the
percentage and in the amount of students eligible for free lunch. With a decreased of 311
students from the year 2011 to the year 2012.
Racial/Ethnic Origin
Year

American Indian/
Alaska Native

Black or
African
American

Hispanic or
Latino

Asian or Native
Hawaiian/ Other
Pacific Islander

White

2011

0%

#0

14% #231

81%

#1,354

4%

#62

2% #26

2012

0% #1

10% #156

84%

#1,311

4%

#61

2% #27

Analysis of Data Indicate any or no changes over the two years:


Over the two years the P.S. 86 The Kingsbridge Heights School has seen changes in the
percentage and in the amount of students enrolled from different racial or ethnic
backgrounds. Most significant change is observed In 2012 in which there was a decreased
of 75 Black or African American students and 40 students or Hispanic/Latino origin
enrolled in the school.

Year
2011-12

Attendance & Suspensions


Attendance %
Suspensions
92%
#
0%
#0

2012-13

94%

0%

Notes

#0

Analysis of Data Indicate any or no changes over the two years


Over the two years the P.S. 86 The Kingsbridge Heights School has seen no significant
changes in the percentage and in the attendance and suspensions amount of students
enrolled.