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C-FBISD VISION:

All students will meet the State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness (STAAR) at the satisfactory or advanced level and graduate college-ready and/or workforce ready without remediation.

McLaughlin Strickland Elementary CAMPUS IMPROVEMENT PLAN


2011-2012

Carrollton-Farmers Branch Independent School District Dianna DeDe: Madrid-Lacy Principal

BOARD OF TRUSTEES
Nancy Cline, President James Goode, Vice President Richard Fleming, Secretary Lynn Chaffin, Assistant Secretary Frank Shor, Board Member Nancy Watten, Board Member Karin Webb, Board Member

ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS

C-FBISD GOAL The Goal of the Carrollton-Farmers Branch ISD is high achievement for all students.
SUPPORTING OBJECTIVES
Supporting Objective 1:
Continuously increase student achievement

CARROLLTON-FARMERS BRANCH SCHOOLS


SENIOR HIGH SCHOOLS Creekview Early College Newman Smith R. L. Turner Ranchview

Supporting Objective 2:
Continuously improve the learning environment for students and staff

Supporting Objective 3:
MIDDLE SCHOOLS Blalack Bush Field Long Perry Polk

Continuously increase operational effectiveness

Blair Blanton Carrollton Central Country Place Davis Farmers Branch Freeman Furneaux Good Kent Landry Las Colinas La Villita McCoy McKamy McLaughlin McWhorter Rainwater Riverchase Rosemeade Sheffield Intermediate Sheffield Primary Stark Strickland Thompson CENTERS

Supporting Objective 4:
Continuously increase stakeholder confidence and support of our school system

Mary Grimes Education Center Salazar Transition School Kelly Pre-K Center Huie Education Center CLC Learning Complex

CAMPUS IMPROVEMENT COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVES


BUSINESS/COMMUNITY REPRESENTATIVES STAFF REPRESENTATIVES Laura Gutierrez Kinder Tracy Hill - 1st grade Jessica Antunez 2nd grade Sarah Winston 3rd grade Briannah Thomas 4th grade Melissa Everett 5th grade Ashley Kay Specials areas MCL Suzanne Snead Specials areas STR Megan Segars Special ed.

PARENT REPRESENTATIVES Bety Martinez Cherin Escher ADMINISTRATORS Dianna DeDe Lacy - Principal Craig Rich Assistant Principal Dianne Fulcher Assistant Principal

CAMPUS PLAN REVIEW : Chair Signature Chair Signature Date Date Chair Signature Chair Signature Date Date

C-FBISD VISION
All students will meet the State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness (STAAR) at the satisfactory or advanced level and graduate college-ready and/or workforce ready without remediation.

GRADUATE PROFILE
Graduates of the Carrollton-Farmers Branch ISD are:

MISSION
Together with families and community we commit all district resources to guide the learning of each student to graduate as: A responsible individual A passionate life-long learner A complex thinker An effective communicator

Responsible individuals who:


Model productive citizenship Practice successful personal management Demonstrate character values and ethical behavior Appreciate the value of diversity Function effectively as team members

Competent learners who:


Continually pursue and integrate knowledge Achieve academic standards Apply various forms of technology Seek educational and career options Produce quality products

STATEMENT OF BELIEFS
We believe that: The economic, political and societal success of our country depends upon a quality education for all. Diversity strengthens the community and enriches the fabric of our society. It is the responsibility of the entire community to partner in the educational process. Learning occurs best in a safe, orderly and nurturing environment. Belonging to a family, to a school and to a community is vital, and this sense of belonging advances learning. People learn at different rates, have different capacities and that each persons educational path deserves to be valued equally. Learning empowers people to reach their full potential: physically, mentally, socially, and emotionally Everyone is a teacher, everyone is a learner.

Complex thinkers who:


Solve problems critically Create original ideas and solutions Understand and apply systems thinking

Effective communicators who:


Read with understanding Interpret information Interact through listening and speaking Write clearly

TARGET AREAS

Title I Targeted Assisted (TA)


Must address the 8 components of a Targeted Assisted Program TA 1. TA 2. TA 3. TA 4. TA 5. TA 6. TA 7. TA 8. Resources used to help children meet state academic achievement standards Planning for identified students incorporated into existing school planning Methods and strategies based on scientifically based research TA program is coordinated with and supports regular educational programs Highly qualified teachers Professional Development Increase parental involvement Coordination of federal, state, and local services

Title I School-wide Components (TS)


TS 1. Comprehensive needs assessment TS 2. School-wide reform strategies TS 3. Highly qualified teachers TS 4. Professional development TS 5. Strategies to attract high-quality highly qualified teachers to high-need schools TS 6. Parental involvement TS 7. Assisting preschool children in the transition from early childhood programs TS 8. Measures to include teachers in the decisions regarding use of academic assessments. TS 9. Students difficulties identified on a timely basis TS 10. Coordination and integration between federal, state, and local services.

THE GOAL OF THE CARROLLTON-FARMERS BRANCH ISD IS HIGH ACHIEVEMENT FOR ALL STUDENTS SUPPORTING OBJECTIVE 1 CONTINUOUSLY INCREASE STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT SUPPORTING OBJECTIVE 2 CONTINUOUSY IMPROVE THE LEARNING ENVIRONMENT FOR STUDENTS AND STAFF Performance Targets: Employee Job Satisfaction Campus Environment Curriculum and Instruction Student: Attendance Rate Disciplinary Placements SUPPORTING OBJECTIVE 3 CONTINUOUSLY INCREASE OPERATIONAL EFFECTIVENESS SUPPORTING OBJECTIVE 4 CONTINUOUSLY INCREASE STAKEHOLDER CONFIDENCE AND SUPPORT OF OUR SCHOOL SYSTEM Performance Targets: Education Productivity Index (EPI) API SPI Parent Satisfaction Employee Campus Communications

Performance Targets: Academic Performance Index (API) STAAR Satisfactory STAAR Advanced Recognized/Exemplary Distinction Designations AYP

Performance Targets: Staff Productivity Index (SPI)

HIGH ACHIEVEMENT FOR ALL STUDENTS

SUPPORTING OBJECTIVE 1 CONTINUOUSLY INCREASE STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT

SUPPORTING OBJECTIVE 2 CONTINUOUSY IMPROVE THE LEARNING ENVIRONMENT FOR STUDENTS AND STAFF

SUPPORTING OBJECTIVE 3 CONTINUOUSLY INCREASE OPERATIONAL EFFECTIVENESS

SUPPORTING OBJECTIVE 4 CONTINUOUSLY INCREASE STAKEHOLDER CONFIDENCE AND SUPPORT OF OUR SCHOOL SYSTEM

Supporting Objective 1

Continuously increase student achievement

Performance Target: Academic Performance Index (API): STAAR Satisfactory; Recognized/Exemplary Distinction Designations; AYP
ACTION STRATEGY Provide opportunities for staff to participate in Instructional & Internal Rounds PERSON RESPONSIBLE DeDe Lacy TIMELINE 12 times through September - May Three weeks tutoring and 1 off to plan & re form groups September - May 5 Saturdays with 15 teachers Daily August - May Daily August - May EVALUATION/ MEASURE STAAR, MAP, and Survey Data Progress monitoring, teacher observation checklists & anecdotal notes District assessments and teacher checklists STAAR District unit assessments Classroom assessments Grades each 9 weeks STAAR District unit assessments Classroom assessments Grades each 9 weeks STAAR District unit assessments Classroom assessments Grades each 9 weeks COL Rubrics & Checklists, Unit Assessments, Fountas & Pinnell reading assessments BOY kinder assessments RESOURCES Staff Time and Substitutes Title funds $2000 MCL $2000 STR Snacks through cafeteria Title 1 $13,500 extra duty pay and $1500 snacks Comp Ed $32,709.96 McL $37,014.48 Str Title 1 Funds $72,907.15 MCL $60,581.95 STR Title I Funding $9,503.56 STR & $11,943.17 MCL Staff time, COL, IIP, student work, rubrics & checklists, professional development DVD of kinder basics -$ 75 TS1-5 & 8-9 TITLE I COMPONENT TS1-4 & 10

Provide Academies/ Focus Tutoring for at-risk students Provide Saturday School opportunities for at- risk students Provide acceleration for students identified as AtRisk during the day in PAWS/ RtI Intervention Utilize Instructional Specialist, Coaches and grade level teams to effectively implement curriculum Purchase classroom libraries for bilingual classrooms and researched based instructional materials to increase achievement of at risk students

Craig Rich

TS1-5 & 8-10

DeDe Lacy

DeDe Lacy

DeDe Lacy

TS1-5 & 8-9

DeDe Lacy

September - May

TS1-5 & 8-9

Plan with teachers using IIP / PLC Curriculum

DeDe Lacy, Craig Rich DeDe Lacy, Craig Rich, Diane Fulcher

Weekly September - May

TS1-5 & 8-9 TS 1-3,5-7, 910

Provide Kinder Round up for incoming kinder students and parents and DVD parent Ed.

April, May and August

SUPPORTING OBJECTIVE 1 CONTINUOUSLY INCREASE STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT

SUPPORTING OBJECTIVE 2 CONTINUOUSY IMPROVE THE LEARNING ENVIRONMENT FOR STUDENTS AND STAFF

SUPPORTING OBJECTIVE 3 CONTINUOUSLY INCREASE OPERATIONAL EFFECTIVENESS

SUPPORTING OBJECTIVE 4 CONTINUOUSLY INCREASE STAKEHOLDER CONFIDENCE AND SUPPORT OF OUR SCHOOL SYSTEM

Increase the pacer test score by 10 % by running daily during PE and recess & offering run clubs. Increase our percentage in BMI by 15 % by doing CATCH activities every week.

Coach Thomas & Coach Kantor Coach Thomas & Coach Kantor

Daily August - May Daily August - May

Fitness Gram Reports 2011 and 2012 Fitness Gram Reports 2011 and 2012

Increase of 10 % in the push ups by incorporating upper body conditioning into daily PE activities.

Coach Thomas & Coach Kantor

Daily August - May

Fitness Gram Reports 2011 and 2012

Pacer Practice CATCH activities Fitness clubs, health & nutrition lessons, CATCH activities Fitness clubs, health & nutrition lessons, CATCH activities

TS 2-3

TS 2-3

TS 2-3

SUPPORTING OBJECTIVE 1 CONTINUOUSLY INCREASE STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT

SUPPORTING OBJECTIVE 2 CONTINUOUSY IMPROVE THE LEARNING ENVIRONMENT FOR STUDENTS AND STAFF

SUPPORTING OBJECTIVE 3 CONTINUOUSLY INCREASE OPERATIONAL EFFECTIVENESS

SUPPORTING OBJECTIVE 4 CONTINUOUSLY INCREASE STAKEHOLDER CONFIDENCE AND SUPPORT OF OUR SCHOOL SYSTEM

Supporting Objective 2

Continuously improve the learning environment for students and staff

Performance Target: Employee: Job Satisfaction I would recommend this campus to a friend as a good place to work.
ACTION STRATEGY Conduct weekly team planning meetings PERSON RESPONSIBLE Team Leaders TIMELINE Weekly August - May EVALUATION/ MEASURE Employee Opinion Survey for 2011 & 2012: Job Satisfaction part Employee Opinion Survey for 2011 & 2012: Job Satisfaction part RESOURCES COL & PLC strategies & agendas Prof. Dev. Texts Conferences $7,184.49 books STR $9004.68 books MCL Conferences for teachers $4000 at each MCL and STR Newsletters, feedback forms, personnel Walkthrough feedback according to goal, Internal Rounds feedback, classroom observations TITLE I COMPONENT TS3-5,

Provide Book Studies & Professional Development opportunities for teacher growth

DeDe Lacy, Craig Rich

Meet 4 times per year read throughout August - May

TS3-5

Provide avenues for staff feedback and communication

DeDe Lacy

August - May

Set personal goals and team goals with teachers

DeDe Lacy, Craig Rich, Diane Fulcher & grade level chairs

Employee Opinion Survey for 2011 & 2012: Job Satisfaction part Employee Opinion Survey for 2011 & 2012: Job Satisfaction part

TS 1, 2, 5, & 10

August - May

TS 2, 3, 5, & 10

SUPPORTING OBJECTIVE 1 CONTINUOUSLY INCREASE STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT

SUPPORTING OBJECTIVE 2 CONTINUOUSY IMPROVE THE LEARNING ENVIRONMENT FOR STUDENTS AND STAFF

SUPPORTING OBJECTIVE 3 CONTINUOUSLY INCREASE OPERATIONAL EFFECTIVENESS

SUPPORTING OBJECTIVE 4 CONTINUOUSLY INCREASE STAKEHOLDER CONFIDENCE AND SUPPORT OF OUR SCHOOL SYSTEM

Supporting Objective 2

Continuously improve the learning environment for students and staff

Performance Target: Employee: Campus Environment I would characterize my campus as having a positive attitude.
ACTION STRATEGY Provide Sunshine Events and Support PERSON RESPONSIBLE Jeannie Dewar TIMELINE August - May EVALUATION/ MEASURE Employee Opinion Survey for 2011 & 2012: Campus Environment part Employee Opinion Survey for 2011 & 2012: Campus Environment part RESOURCES Dues $25 per teacher 15 per paraprofessional Watering can trophy, drops, quarterly assemblies, weekly newsletters TITLE I COMPONENT TS5

Conduct campus wide celebrations and recognitions that credit the staff for accomplishments

DeDe Lacy & Craig Rich

August - May

TS 2, 6, & 10

Supporting Objective 2

Continuously improve the learning environment for students and staff

Performance Target: Employee: Curriculum and Instruction Teachers work amicably together on common problems.
ACTION STRATEGY Conduct weekly team planning meetings PERSON RESPONSIBLE DeDe Lacy , Craig Rich TIMELINE Weekly August - May EVALUATION/ MEASURE Employee Opinion Survey for 2011 & 2012: Curriculum & Instruction part RESOURCES Staff time, COL, IIP, student work, rubrics & checklists, PDt TITLE I COMPONENT TA2-3 TS 1-5 & 8

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SUPPORTING OBJECTIVE 1 CONTINUOUSLY INCREASE STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT

SUPPORTING OBJECTIVE 2 CONTINUOUSY IMPROVE THE LEARNING ENVIRONMENT FOR STUDENTS AND STAFF

SUPPORTING OBJECTIVE 3 CONTINUOUSLY INCREASE OPERATIONAL EFFECTIVENESS

SUPPORTING OBJECTIVE 4 CONTINUOUSLY INCREASE STAKEHOLDER CONFIDENCE AND SUPPORT OF OUR SCHOOL SYSTEM

Supporting Objective 2

Continuously improve the learning environment for students and staff

Performance Target: Student: Attendance Rate


ACTION STRATEGY Increase attendance rate from 96.6% to 97.8% by providing clubs and activities for student to want to be in school Recognize students for attendance during class meeting celebrations Provide opportunities for students to participate in clubs and other extracurricular activities Decrease OSS by 10% by continuing to teach student respect, responsibility and integrity through class meetings. PERSON RESPONSIBLE DeDe Lacy & Data clerks Craig Rich DeDe Lacy DeDe Lacy & Craig Rich TIMELINE Review each month or as requested by parents or teachers weekly August - May August - May EVALUATION/ MEASURE Attendance on AEIS Attendance reports Club attendance records and school attendance reports Attendance records/Disc. Data report RESOURCES TEAMS Parent communication TEAMS intrinsic motivators Staff TEAMS TITLE I COMPONENT TS 1, 2, 6, 9, 10 TS 1, 2, 6, 9, 10 TS 1, 2, 9, 10 TS6, TS9, TA7

Supporting Objective 2

Continuously improve the learning environment for students and staff

Performance Target: Student: Disciplinary Placements


ACTION STRATEGY Conduct Morning Meetings and R Time lessons Have teachers mentor At- Risk students Decrease OSS by 10% by continuing to teach student respect, responsibility and integrity through class meetings. Decrease office referrals by 10% by continuing to teach student respect, responsibility and integrity through class meetings and morning meetings. PERSON RESPONSIBLE DeDe Lacy DeDe Lacy Craig Rich Craig Rich August - May TIMELINE August - May August - May August - May Disc. Data Report Disc. Data Report EVALUATION/ MEASURE Disc. Data Report Quarterly meeting RESOURCES Morning meeting activities and R Time lessons Staff Mentors Mentors & counselor Mentors and counselor TITLE I COMPONENT TS 2, 3 TS 1, 2, 9 TS6, TS9, TA7 TS6, TS9, TA7

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SUPPORTING OBJECTIVE 1 CONTINUOUSLY INCREASE STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT

SUPPORTING OBJECTIVE 2 CONTINUOUSY IMPROVE THE LEARNING ENVIRONMENT FOR STUDENTS AND STAFF

SUPPORTING OBJECTIVE 3 CONTINUOUSLY INCREASE OPERATIONAL EFFECTIVENESS

SUPPORTING OBJECTIVE 4 CONTINUOUSLY INCREASE STAKEHOLDER CONFIDENCE AND SUPPORT OF OUR SCHOOL SYSTEM

Supporting Objective 3

Continuously increase operational effectiveness

Performance Target: Staff Productivity Index (SPI)


ACTION STRATEGY Examine campus staffing efficiency and make recommendation(s) to central office Staff 100% of classrooms with Highly Qualified Teachers during 2011-2012 PERSON RESPONSIBLE DeDe Lacy DeDe Lacy TIMELINE January - March August - May EVALUATION/ MEASURE Staffing costs Individual certifications RESOURCES SBEC Personnel TITLE I COMPONENT TS 1 TS 3

Supporting Objective 4

Continuously increase stakeholder confidence and support of our school system

Performance Target: Education Productivity Index (EPI); API; SPI


ACTION STRATEGY Increase awareness of EPI, API, and SPI ranking using ERG Educational Resource Group data PERSON RESPONSIBLE DeDe Lacy TIMELINE August - May EVALUATION/ MEASURE ERG data RESOURCES Staff development TITLE I COMPONENT TS 1, 2, 10

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SUPPORTING OBJECTIVE 1 CONTINUOUSLY INCREASE STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT

SUPPORTING OBJECTIVE 2 CONTINUOUSY IMPROVE THE LEARNING ENVIRONMENT FOR STUDENTS AND STAFF

SUPPORTING OBJECTIVE 3 CONTINUOUSLY INCREASE OPERATIONAL EFFECTIVENESS

SUPPORTING OBJECTIVE 4 CONTINUOUSLY INCREASE STAKEHOLDER CONFIDENCE AND SUPPORT OF OUR SCHOOL SYSTEM

Supporting Objective 4

Continuously increase stakeholder confidence and support of our school system

Performance Target: Parent Satisfaction


ACTION STRATEGY Increase campus satisfaction on parent survey from 96.5% to 99% Provide parent education with Math, Reading, Science and Technology as well as DVDs to increase outreach Conduct Parent Conferences and ensure communication Open Parent community room at STR where parents can volunteer, use parent lending library and use our computers. Host a Community Vendor Night to increase community support Host a Principal Coffee to provide an opportunity to get feedback from parents PERSON RESPONSIBLE DeDe Lacy TIMELINE Spring 2012 EVALUATION/ MEASURE Parent Survey _ Achieving Quality Together reports for 2011 & 2012 Parent needs assessment, Parent signin sheets and agendas Parent Satisfaction Survey Parent Satisfaction Survey Parent Satisfaction Survey Attendance Parent Satisfaction Survey RESOURCES Parent Survey _ Achieving Quality Together Parent Ed Title funds $943.17 MCL $1319.08 STR Newsletters and conferences Books, DVDs, general supplies $1200.00 Community vendors $31.42 TITLE I COMPONENT TS6

DeDe Lacy, Craig Rich DeDe Lacy, Craig Rich, Diane Fulcher, classroom DeDe Lacy &Suzanne Snead Suzanne Snead Dede Lacy Craig Rich Diane Fulcher

August - May

TS 6 - 7

August - May

TS 6

October - May September (Fall) March (Spring) 1 per semester

TS 6 TS 6 TS 6

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SUPPORTING OBJECTIVE 1 CONTINUOUSLY INCREASE STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT

SUPPORTING OBJECTIVE 2 CONTINUOUSY IMPROVE THE LEARNING ENVIRONMENT FOR STUDENTS AND STAFF

SUPPORTING OBJECTIVE 3 CONTINUOUSLY INCREASE OPERATIONAL EFFECTIVENESS

SUPPORTING OBJECTIVE 4 CONTINUOUSLY INCREASE STAKEHOLDER CONFIDENCE AND SUPPORT OF OUR SCHOOL SYSTEM

Supporting Objective 4

Continuously increase stakeholder confidence and support of our school system

Performance Target: Employee: Campus Communication School has system of communication thats open, regular and honest
ACTION STRATEGY Write and email weekly Tiger Tidbits Provide a quarterly time to acknowledge staff by Filling Buckets (positive notes) Provide daily news on TV Announcements (TNN) PERSON RESPONSIBLE DeDe Lacy DeDe Lacy Suzanne Snead TIMELINE Weekly Quarterly Daily EVALUATION/ MEASURE Employee opinion survey Employee opinion survey Employee opinion survey RESOURCES Newsletters, calendar, time drops Video equipment, students, time TITLE I COMPONENT TS 1, 3, 4, 10 TS 1, 3 TS 1, 3

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SUPPORTING OBJECTIVE 1 CONTINUOUSLY INCREASE STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT

SUPPORTING OBJECTIVE 2 CONTINUOUSY IMPROVE THE LEARNING ENVIRONMENT FOR STUDENTS AND STAFF

SUPPORTING OBJECTIVE 3 CONTINUOUSLY INCREASE OPERATIONAL EFFECTIVENESS

SUPPORTING OBJECTIVE 4 CONTINUOUSLY INCREASE STAKEHOLDER CONFIDENCE AND SUPPORT OF OUR SCHOOL SYSTEM

ERG Performance Index Education Productivity Index (EPI) Academic Performance Index (API) Staff Productivity Index (SPI)

2010 Rank 9 13 13

2011 Target 7 11 11

2011 Rank

2012 Target 5 7 7

2012 Rank

Employee Opinion Survey

2011 Result 82.5% 75.5% 88.6% 91.0%

2012 Target 90% 90% 95% 98%

2012 Result

recommend this campus to a friend as a good place to work. Employee Campus Environment I would characterize my campus as having a positive atmosphere. on common problems.
Employee Curriculum and Instruction Support Teachers work amicably together Employee Campus Communication

Employee Job Satisfaction I would

RESULTS - 2012 PROGRESS TOWARD TARGETS # of Targets Met # of Targets Not Met Percent at Target

School has system of communication thats open, regular and honest.


AEIS Campus Rating Student Attendance Rate Students with Disciplinary Placements Achieving Quality Together (Parent Survey) Very Satisfied or Satisfied with District Very Satisfied or Satisfied with Campus

2011 Result Recognized 96.6% 6.4% 2011 Result 95% 96.5%

2012 Target Recognized 97.8% 5% 2012 Target 98% 99%

2012 Result

C-FBISD

ADEQUATE YEARLY PROGRESS (AYP) Met AYP 2008 2009 2010 2011 Met Met Met Met Met

2012 Result

Target 2012 Results 2012

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SUPPORTING OBJECTIVE 1 CONTINUOUSLY INCREASE STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT

SUPPORTING OBJECTIVE 2 CONTINUOUSY IMPROVE THE LEARNING ENVIRONMENT FOR STUDENTS AND STAFF

SUPPORTING OBJECTIVE 3 CONTINUOUSLY INCREASE OPERATIONAL EFFECTIVENESS

SUPPORTING OBJECTIVE 4 CONTINUOUSLY INCREASE STAKEHOLDER CONFIDENCE AND SUPPORT OF OUR SCHOOL SYSTEM

Supporting Objective 1

Continuously increase student achievement


READING/ELA MATHEMATICS
2012 % ADV Target Result

READING/ELA

2011
% PASS

2012
% SATIS Target Result

2011
% COM

MATHEMATICS

2011
% PASS

2012
% SATIS Target Result

2011
% COM Target

Student Group
Afr. American Hispanic White Econ. Dis. LEP G/T Special Ed All Students

Student Group
Afr. American Hispanic White Econ. Dis. LEP G/T Special Ed All Students

2012 % ADV Result

88 84 91 87 77 100 58 85

24 26 56 25 13 82 13 29

71 88 91 88 83 100 56 88

24 32 56 32 19 96 8 35

WRITING
WRITING 2011
% PASS

SCIENCE
2012 % ADV Target Result

2012
% SATIS Target Result

2011
% COM

SCIENCE

2011
% PASS

2012
% SATIS Target Result

2011
% COM Target

Student Group
Afr. American Hispanic White Econ. Dis. LEP G/T Special Ed All Students

Student Group
Afr. American Hispanic White Econ. Dis. LEP G/T Special Ed All Students

2012 % ADV Result

100 78 100 81 73 100 73 81

0 16 43 15 6 63 0 17

100 86 100 88 63 100 64 89

67 41 70 43 8 82 8 46

SOCIAL STUDIES
SOCIAL STUDIES 2011
% PASS

2012
% SATIS Target Result

2011
% COM Target

Student Group
Afr. American Hispanic White Econ. Dis. LEP G/T Special Ed All Students

2012 % ADV Result

RESULTS - 2012 PROGRESS TOWARD TARGETS # of Targets Met # of Targets Not Met Percent at Target SATISFACTORY ADVANCED

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