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Liberty Point Elementary School

Liberty Point Elementary School Data Overview Presented by: Marcus J.W.Borders Summer 2018 1

Data Overview

Presented by:

Marcus J.W.Borders

Presented by: Marcus J.W.Borders Summer 2018
Presented by: Marcus J.W.Borders Summer 2018

Summer 2018

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Purpose:

★ Gather correlations between Liberty Point Elementary’s literacy achievement with Fulton County Schools, and the
★ Gather correlations between Liberty Point Elementary’s literacy achievement with Fulton County Schools, and the

Gather correlations between Liberty Point Elementary’s literacy achievement with Fulton County Schools, and the state of Georgia.

Assess LPES’ achievement data alongside its current instructional initiatives.

Formulate potential next steps to support continuous academic achievement at LPES.

instructional initiatives. ★ Formulate potential next steps to support continuous academic achievement at LPES. 2

Student

Demographic

Data

Liberty Point ES

Student Demographic Data:

Student Demographic Data: Student Enrollment - By Gender   Male Female 2016-17 410 423 2015-16
Student Demographic Data: Student Enrollment - By Gender   Male Female 2016-17 410 423 2015-16

Student Enrollment - By Gender

 

Male

Female

2016-17

410

423

2015-16

393

441

2014-15

394

445

Student Demographic Data:

Student Demographic Data: Student Race/Ethnicity - By School Year           Asian/ Multi-
Student Demographic Data: Student Race/Ethnicity - By School Year           Asian/ Multi-

Student Race/Ethnicity - By School Year

         

Asian/

Multi-

Pacific

Black

White

Hispanic

racial

Islander

2016

         

-17

745

7

59

20

2

2015

         

-16

749

5

64

15

1

2014

         

-15

754

9

54

21

1

Student Demographic Data:

Student Demographic Data: Student SES- By Student Enrollment   Economically Economically Disadvantaged
Student Demographic Data: Student SES- By Student Enrollment   Economically Economically Disadvantaged

Student SES- By Student Enrollment

 

Economically

Economically

Disadvantaged

Advantaged

2016-17

833

0

2015-16

756

78

2014-15

759

80

Student Demographic Data:

Student Demographic Data:   Enrollment: Eligible for Free/Reduced Lunch 2016-17 100% 2015-16 89%
Student Demographic Data:   Enrollment: Eligible for Free/Reduced Lunch 2016-17 100% 2015-16 89%
 

Enrollment: Eligible for Free/Reduced Lunch

2016-17

100%

2015-16

89%

2014-15

85%

Student Demographic Data:

Student Demographic Data:   LPES: Mobility Rate 2016-17 24% 2015-16 21% 2014-15 24% 8
Student Demographic Data:   LPES: Mobility Rate 2016-17 24% 2015-16 21% 2014-15 24% 8
 

LPES: Mobility Rate

2016-17

24%

2015-16

21%

2014-15

24%

Student Demographic Data:

Student Demographic Data: LPES: Educational Programs   Early Special Special   Regular/
Student Demographic Data: LPES: Educational Programs   Early Special Special   Regular/

LPES: Educational Programs

 

Early

Special

Special

 

Regular/

Intervention

Education

Education

Gifted

General

Program (EIP)

(K-5)

(PK)

(K-5)

Ed.

2016-17

         

(833)

96

113

0

21

603

2015-16

         

(834)

276

122

218

24

194

2014-15

         

(839)

171

114

206

34

314

Student Demographic Data:

More Than 15 5 or Fewer Days Absent (%) Days 6 to 15 Days Absent
More
Than 15
5 or Fewer
Days Absent
(%)
Days
6 to 15 Days
Absent (%)
Absent
(%)
2016-17
54%
37%
9%
2015-16
53%
37%
10%
2014-15
56%
34%
10%
Teacher Data Liberty Point ES

Teacher Data

Liberty Point ES

Teacher Data Liberty Point ES

Teacher Demographic Data:

Teacher Demographic Data: Teacher Gender - By School Year   Male Female 2016-17 8 49 2015-16

Teacher Gender - By School Year

 

Male

Female

2016-17

8

49

2015-16

9

49

2014-15

9

48

Gender - By School Year   Male Female 2016-17 8 49 2015-16 9 49 2014-15 9

Teacher Demographic Data:

Teacher Demographic Data: Teacher Race/Ethnicity - By School Year   Black White Hispanic Multiracial
Teacher Demographic Data: Teacher Race/Ethnicity - By School Year   Black White Hispanic Multiracial

Teacher Race/Ethnicity - By School Year

 

Black

White

Hispanic

Multiracial

2016-

       

17

48

4

0

5

2015-

       

16

52

5

0

1

2014-

       

15

49

6

2

0

Teacher Demographic Data:

Teacher Demographic Data: Teacher Certifications - By School Year   4 Year 5 Year 6 Year

Teacher Certifications - By School Year

 

4 Year

5 Year

6 Year

7 Year

Bachelor's

Master's

Specialist's

Doctoral

2016-

       

17

26

26

5

0

2015-

       

16

25

24

7

2

2014-

       

15

27

23

5

2

      16 25 24 7 2 2014-         15 27 23

Teacher Demographic Data:

Teacher Demographic Data: Teacher Experience - By School Year   < 1 1-10 11-20 21-30 >
Teacher Demographic Data: Teacher Experience - By School Year   < 1 1-10 11-20 21-30 >

Teacher Experience - By School Year

 

< 1

1-10

11-20

21-30

> 30

2016

         

-17

4

32

18

3

0

2015

         

-16

6

32

18

2

0

2014

         

-15

12

22

19

4

0

Student

Achievement

Data

State Assessments

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  Number of Students 2014-15 Assessed School 348 District 21,356 State 388,332  
 

Number of

Students

2014-15

Assessed

School

348

District

21,356

State

388,332

School 348 District 21,356 State 388,332   Number of Students 2016-17 Assessed
 

Number of

Students

2016-17

Assessed

School

368

District

21, 406

State

404,786

School 368 District 21, 406 State 404,786   Number of Students 2015-16 Assessed
 

Number of

Students

2015-16

Assessed

School

362

District

21,510

State

397,561

  Number of Students 2014-15 Assessed School 349 District 21,408 State 390,430  
 

Number of

Students

2014-15

Assessed

School

349

District

21,408

State

390,430

School 349 District 21,408 State 390,430   Number of Students 2016-17 Assessed
 

Number of

Students

2016-17

Assessed

School

368

District

21,533

State

406,425

School 368 District 21,533 State 406,425   Number of Students 2015-16 Assessed
 

Number of

Students

2015-16

Assessed

School

361

District

21,630

State

399,048

  Number of Students 2014-15 Assessed School 349 District 21,373 State 390,030  
 

Number of

Students

2014-15

Assessed

School

349

District

21,373

State

390,030

School 349 District 21,373 State 390,030   Number of Students 2016-17 Assessed
 

Number of

Students

2016-17

Assessed

School

118

District

7,171

State

133,202

School 118 District 7,171 State 133,202   Number of Students 2015-16 Assessed
 

Number of

Students

2015-16

Assessed

School

361

District

21,603

State

398,567

  Number of Students 2014-15 Assessed School 347 District 21,259 State 388,223  
 

Number of

Students

2014-15

Assessed

School

347

District

21,259

State

388,223

School 347 District 21,259 State 388,223   Number of Students 2016-17 Assessed
 

Number of

Students

2016-17

Assessed

School

119

District

7,120

State

132,357

School 119 District 7,120 State 132,357   Number of Students 2015-16 Assessed
 

Number of

Students

2015-16

Assessed

School

357

District

21,432

State

296,331

Student

Achievement

Data

School-Level Assessments

DRA Liberty Point ES Overall School Progress   Students Tested Aug 510 Dec 620 25

DRA

Liberty Point ES Overall School Progress

 

Students Tested

Aug

510

Dec

620

DRA
DRA
DRA
DRA
DRA
DRA
Data Discussion Liberty Point ES

Data Discussion

Liberty Point ES

Data Discussion Liberty Point ES

Things to Consider:

★ FCS’ focus on Personalized Learning. ★ LPES’ shift from balanced literacy framework to Lucy
★ FCS’ focus on Personalized Learning. ★ LPES’ shift from balanced literacy framework to Lucy

FCS’ focus on Personalized Learning.

LPES’ shift from balanced literacy framework to Lucy Calkins’ Reading and Writing Units of Study

Increased access to adaptive software.

Increased access to technology.

Implementation of Instructional Teams Coaching Cycles.

Grade-level departmentalization.

technology. ★ Implementation of Instructional Teams Coaching Cycles. ★ Grade-level departmentalization. 30

Questions to Answer:

★ What are some possible implications for 3rd-5th grades DRA reading gains? ★ How has
★ What are some possible implications for 3rd-5th grades DRA reading gains? ★ How has

What are some possible implications for 3rd-5th grades DRA reading gains?

How has the implementation of the Lucy Calkins’ UOS supported LPES’ literacy goals?

With LPES’ enrollment trends consistently showing a larger female population, are there programs in place to support them, as learners?

How can LPES continue to increase student proficiency and distinguished GMAS achievement in

Social Studies and Science?

How can LPES continue to increase student proficiency and distinguished GMAS achievement in Social Studies and

Looking Forward:

★ Continue implementing coaching cycles of support where teachers are able to safely implement strategies
★ Continue implementing coaching cycles of support where teachers are able to safely implement strategies

Continue implementing coaching cycles of support where teachers are able to safely implement strategies based on student data.

Align instructional frameworks to support effective use of technology.

Calibrate progress monitoring tools with classroom instruction to support Response to Intervention (RTI) in a timely manner.

progress monitoring tools with classroom instruction to support Response to Intervention (RTI) in a timely manner.

Liberty Point Elementary School

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Data Overview

Presented by:

Marcus J.W.Borders

Presented by: Marcus J.W.Borders Summer 2018
Presented by: Marcus J.W.Borders Summer 2018

Summer 2018

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