Solon Robinson Elementary School 2012 School Board Report

Solon Robinson Elementary School 2012 School Board Report

SOLON ROBINSON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 2014-2015 SCHOOL BOARD REPORT Accountability Report Card Overall Grade- 4.00 A SUMMARY DATA: ENGLISH/LANGUAGE ARTS 5.00 POINTS Performanc e Bottom 25% with High Growth Top 75% with High Growth Overall Group with Low Growth Bottom 25% Participation All Remaining Participatio n Numerator 234 19

40 42 43 208 Denominato r 244 41 117 158 43 208 Percent 95.9% 46.3% 34.2% 26.6% 100% 100%

Grade Point 4.00 1.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 Accountability Report Card SUMMARY DATA: MATH 4.00 POINTS Performance Bottom 25% with High Growth Top 75% with High Growth Overall Group with Low Growth Bottom 25% Participation All

Remaining Participation Numerator 238 16 42 44 43 209 Denominato r 245 40 115 155 43 209 Percent 97.1% 40%

36.5% 28.4% 100% 100% Grade Point 4.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 Solon Robinson Elementary School Total Longitudinal Percentage Points Gained: 2007-2014 DATE ELA % Pass Math % Pass ELA/ Math Both % Pass

All Test % Pass 2014 95.6 97.2 93.5 95.4 2013 97.3 97.7 94.9 96.6 2012 93.8 94.6 90.4 92.9 2011

89 91.7 85.3 89.1 2010 89.9 91.2 85.2 87.2 2009 92.3 91.4 86.0 87.5 2008 87.7 85.2 82.5 84.5

2007 86.7 88.2 82.2 84.2 Percentag e Points Gained 8.9 9.0 11.3 11.2 Total 40.4 INDICATOR 5.1: The system establishes and maintains a clearly defined and comprehensive student assessment system. INTERMEDIATE ASSESSMENTS PRIMARY ASSESSMENTS TERRA NOVA

STAR EARLY LIT./STAR READING STAR MATH Mclass TESTING . ISTEP ACUITY IREAD STAR ASSESSME NTS INDICATOR 3.1: The schools curriculum provides equitable and challenging learning experiences that ensure all students have sufficient opportunities to develop learning, thinking and life skills that lead to success at the next level. INDICATOR 3.1: The schools curriculum provides equitable and challenging learning experiences that ensure all students have sufficient opportunities to develop learning, thinking and life skills that lead to success at the next level. JGB DROPS IN THE BUCKET/BRA IN POP LITERACY FRAMEWORK 6+1 WRITING TRAITS

GUIDED READING LIBRARY AR/ECA BOOK CLUBS INDICATOR 3.1: The schools curriculum provides equitable and challenging learning experiences that ensure all students have sufficient opportunities to develop learning, thinking and life skills that lead to success at the next level. ODYSSE Y MATH DROPS IN THE BUCKET/ BRAIN POP MATH DAILY PROBLE M DREAMB OX MATH MATH FRAMEWO RK EVERYD AY MATH

INDICATOR 3.2: Curriculum, instruction and assessment are monitored and adjusted systematically in response to data from multiple assessments of student learning and an examination of professional practice. ACHIEVEMENT FOR ALL STUDENTS!! Star Quarterly Assessments - Grades K-5 (Early Literacy, Star Reading, and Star Math) Acuity Math/LA/Science/Social Studies: Predictive Assessments- Grades 3-5 GRADE 3 IREAD RESULTS 102 98 94 90 86 100 91.4 97.8 97.9 95.5 95.8 3rd GRADE LANGUAGE ARTS AND MATH PASSING PERCENTAGE 120 80 75.4 91.1 85.7 96 88.2 89.8 40

0 2012 2013 2014 4th GRADE LANGUAGE ARTS AND MATH PASSING PERCENTAGE 120 80 77.9 98.8 92.7 94.4 84.5 76 40 0 2012 2013 2014 5th GRADE LANGUAGE ARTS AND MATH PASSING PERCENTAGE 120 80 90.9 86.1 94.2 95.6 79.3 78.2 40 0 2012 2013 2014

3rd GRADE LANGUAGE ARTS PASSING PERCENTAGE 120 80 97.3 88.2 93.9 83.6 94.9 95.7 40 0 2012 2013 2014 4th GRADE LANGUAGE ARTS PASSING PERCENTAGE 120 80 86.5 98.8 88.5 96.9 96.3 93 40 0 2012 2013 2014

5th GRADE LANGUAGE ARTS PASSING PERCENTAGE 120 80 97.1 95.6 83.9 81.5 93.3 93.1 40 0 2012 2013 2014 3rd GRADE MATH PASSING PERCENTAGE 120 80 80.8 94.9 87.1 98.7 91.3 92 40 0 2012 2013 2014

4th GRADE MATH PASSING PERCENTAGE 120 80 40 0 83 100 86 92.8 95.4 84.9 2012 2013 2014 5th GRADE MATH PASSING PERCENTAGE 95 96.6 97.7 95.9 98.2 89.3 90.8 85 75 2012

2013 2014 ENGLISH/LANGUAGE ARTS AND MATH: ALL GRADE PASSING PERCENT 96 94 94.9 92 93.5 90 90.4 88 2012 2013 2014 3.2: Curriculum, instruction and assessment are monitored and adjusted systematically in response to data from multiple assessments of student learning and an examination of professional practice. ENGLISH/LANGUAGE ARTS ALL GRADES PASSING PERCENT 99 98 97 96 95 94 93.8 93 92

91 2012 97.8 95.6 2013 2014 MATH ALL GRADES PASSING PERCENT 98 97.5 97 96.5 96 95.5 95 94.5 94.6 94 93.5 93 2012 97.7 97.2 2013 2014 Indicator 3.3: Teachers use effective strategies that yield results. RTI/IEP/H.A. RTI RTI/ELL

H.A. RTI H.A. H.A. H.A. H.A. H.A. H.A. H.A. H.A. H.A. LAST NAME Adzia Benson Bozinoska Choudhry Drake Hagerman Hartman Hofmann Holubiak 504 Kaufman Khan Kroledge Krstanovski Lucas MacNab McCallister McHenry Najdeski Partin Pearson Sherman

Smith Teodori Werner Wool Wright Yang FIRST NAME Drew Kelly Maja Mahnoor Jacob Charles Mikoi Annabelle Karissa Matthew Inshal Brett Martin Ali Elias Emily Zachary Aleksander Jacy Cloe Luke Elaina Isabella Abigail Jacob Deyon Joey Predictive Level Overall Scaled Score Pass

Pass Did Not Pass Pass+ Pass Pass+ Pass+ Pass+ Pass+ Pass+ Pass Pass Pass+ Pass+ Pass Pass Pass+ Pass+ Pass Pass+ Pass+ Pass Pass+ Pass Pass+ Pass+ Pass+ 452 459 390 476 452 520 467 499 486 476 444

444 486 486 437 459 476 486 452 467 520 444 499 459 476 486 486 Indicator 3.3: Teachers use effective strategies that yield results. FIRST STAR READING NAME SS Isabelle Emma Tristan Malea Joshua Jesus Collin Nick Matthew Elizabeth Quinn

Jane Ted Emilija Claire Logan Ari Sofia Nicholas Ryan Madeline 79 203 72 57 75 60 60 95 42 64 369 230 86 59 87 85 70 66 125 73 77 STAR READING ORF 20

55 15 3 17 6 6 28 0 9 98 62 24 5 25 24 14 11 35 16 19 Mclass Mclass TRC COUNTIN Star Math G SS DORF-FLUENCY DORF-ACCURACY C J E C G

C RB G B B O J PC C G G C B I E E 394 385 335 266 387 304 260 261 187 251 447 428 218 349 311 327 316 282 380 353 291

92 89 94 75 94 66 81 86 53 88 99 113 67 79 107 120 75 71 100 76 93 MISSING NEXT NUMBER NUMBER QUANTITY NUMBER NUMBER FACTS

ID DISCRIM 13 31 29 20 27 26 8 20 13 18 24 19 11 19 23 28 11 12 27 18 26 20 28 20 17 26 17 10 23 12 16 25

22 10 14 22 23 18 17 25 20 28 6 9 4 7 11 2 2 4 2 2 9 8 3 3 7 8 4 1 7 9 9 31 52 66 23 55

49 29 49 27 34 58 58 13 34 53 70 29 18 70 46 46 18 9 23 21 32 27 24 31 42 50 35 40 35 44 44 44 31 49 36 26 44

Indicator 3.4: School leaders monitor and support effective instruction and student success. Indicator 3.5: Teachers collaborate to improve instruction. CONTINUOUS PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT MEETINGS TITLE I/RTI/LRE/LLE TEAM MEETINGS SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT MEETINGS ANALYZING DATA AND BRAINSTORMING FOR EXCEPTIONAL LEARNERS INDICATOR 3.6: Teachers support student learning. INDICATOR 3.7: New teachers are mentored and supported. INDICATOR 3.8: School keeps parents informed and involved. Month: October Phone Calls Conferences E-Mails/Notes Total : 3 2 14 Parent(s): Topic:

Type of Contact: Date: mom accomodations phone 8/20/2 014 dad homework planner 8/26/2 014 mom tutor note 8/25/2 014 mom b-day email 9/5/20 14

mom caf email 9/5/20 14 mom quiz/school work email 9/5/20 14 mom new student meeting 9/8/20 14 mom f. trip email 9/7/20 14 parents

3 note planner 9/4/20 14 parents 3 note planner 9/5/20 14 dad reading/spelling email 9/10/2 014 mom mom mom mom mom mom on vaca email RTI phone reading assignment email facts addition

email AR comprehension conf. mom behavior 9/9/20 14 10-Sep 21-Sep 18-Sep 24-Sep planner and phone 29-Sep INDICATOR 3.9: The school mentors and supports all students . INDICATOR 3.10: Grading and reporting are based on standards and consistent across all grade levels. Indicator 3.11: All staff participate in continuous program of professional learning. PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT MEETINGS Indicator 3.12: The system and its schools provide and coordinate learning support services to meet the unique learning needs of students.

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