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DAVIS JUNIOR HIGH. Academic Achievement Meeting November 9, 2010. Davis Junior High School. Davis Junior High School MEAP 2005-2009 7 th & 8 th Grade. 7 th Grade increased 8% UCS increased 3% Cohort increased 4% UCS Cohort increased 4%. 8 th Grade increased 2% UCS increased 5%.

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Davis junior high

DAVIS JUNIOR HIGH

Academic Achievement Meeting

November 9, 2010


Davis junior high school

Davis Junior High School


Davis junior high school meap 2005 2009 7 th 8 th grade

Davis Junior High SchoolMEAP 2005-2009 7th & 8th Grade

7th Grade increased 8%

UCS increased 3%

Cohort increased 4%

UCS Cohort increased 4%

8th Grade increased 2%

UCS increased 5%


Davis junior high school meap 2005 2009 7 th 8 th grade1

Davis Junior High SchoolMEAP 2005-20097th & 8th Grade

8th Grade increased 5%

UCS 8th Grade increased 13%

7th Grade remained the same

UCS 7th Grade increased 5%

Cohort increased 7%

UCS Cohort increased 8%


Davis junior high school meap 2005 2009 7 th 8 th grade2

Davis Junior High SchoolMEAP 2005-20097th & 8th Grade

7th Grade increased 13%

UCS

increased 10%

Cohort decreased 6%

UCS Cohort increased 18%

8th Grade increased4%

UCS increased 24%


Davis junior high school meap 2005 2009 7 th 8 th grade3

Davis Junior High SchoolMEAP 2005-2009 7th & 8th Grade

AYP 8th grade 54%

7th Grade increased 1%

UCS increased 1%

Cohort decreased 5%

UCS cohort decreased 7%

8th Grade decreased 5%

UCS decreased 3%


Davis junior high school meap 2005 2009 7 th 8 th grade4

Davis Junior High SchoolMEAP 2005-2009 7th & 8th Grade

AYP 8th grade 54%

7th Grade remained the same

Cohort decreased 3%

UCS increased 3%

UCS Cohort decreased 5%

8th Grade increased 10%

UCS Increased 2%


Davis junior high school meap 2005 2009 7 th 8 th grade5

Davis Junior High SchoolMEAP 2005-20097th & 8th Grade

AYP 8th grade 54%

7th Grade increase 25%

UCS increase 12%

Cohort decreased 11%

UCS cohort decreased 6%

8th Grade decreased 12%

UCS decreased5%


Davis junior high school meap 2005 2009 8 th grade

Davis Junior High SchoolMEAP 2005-2009 8th Grade

8th Grade economically dis. remained the same

UCS 8th Grade decreased 2%

8th Grade economically dis. increased 11%

UCS 8th Grade economically dis. increased 5%


Davis junior high school meap 2005 2009 8 th grade1

Davis Junior High SchoolMEAP 2005-20098th Grade

8thGrade decrease 6%

UCS 8th Grade decreased 2%


Davis junior high school meap 2005 2009 9 th grade

Davis Junior High SchoolMEAP 2005-2009 9th Grade

9thGrade decreased 10%

UCS 9th Grade decreased 2%

9th Grade economically dis. decreased 1%

UCS 9th Grade economically dis. stayed the same


Davis junior high school meap 2005 2009 9 th grade1

Davis Junior High SchoolMEAP 2005-2009 9th Grade

9th Grade decreased 18%

UCS 9th Grade decreased 1%


Tier ii indicators

Tier II Indicators


Reading tier ii indicator

Reading Tier II Indicator

Indicator 1.8: All junior high students will meet or exceed standards and be identified as proficient on the MEAP tests in reading, writing, math, science and social studies.

  • Reading Tier II Indicator: Increase the number of students who score at proficient or higher in Reading.

    • S.M.A.R.T. Goal: The percentage of Davis 7th, 8th and 9th grade students scoring proficient or higher in Reading will increase as measured by the school-wide expository assessment from ____% to _____%.


Reading tier ii indicator1

Reading Tier II Indicator

  • 7th Grade Geography

  • Based on a variety of reading assessments, the 7th grade teachers have identified several deficiencies in comprehension of informational text:

    • MEAP – Inference, Locating Supporting Evidence

    • Explore Test – Identifying Main Ideas, Generalizations, Locating Supporting Evidence, Vocabulary

    • School-wide Expository Test – Identifying Main Ideas, Inference, Locating Supporting Evidence


Reading tier ii indicator2

Reading Tier II Indicator

MEAP GRAPH


Reading tier ii indicator3

Reading Tier II Indicator

  • 8th Grade U.S. History

  • Based on a variety of reading assessments, the 8th grade teachers have identified several deficiencies in comprehension of informational text:

    • MEAP – Generalizations, Identifying Main Ideas

    • Explore Test – Identifying Main Ideas, Generalizations, Locating Supporting Evidence, Vocabulary

    • School-wide Expository Test – Identifying Main Ideas, Inference, Accessing Prior Knowledge, Metacognition, Vocabulary, Cause and Effect


Reading tier ii indicator4

Reading Tier II Indicator

  • 9th Grade World Histriry

  • Based on a variety of reading assessments, the 9th grade teachers have identified several deficiencies in comprehension of informational text:

    • MME – Generalizations, Identifying Main Ideas, Inference

    • Explore Test – Identifying Main Ideas, Generalizations, Locating Supporting Evidence, Vocabulary

    • School-wide Expository Test – Inference, Chronological Order, Cause and Effect, Identifying Main Ideas.


Reading tier ii indicator5

Reading Tier II Indicator


Reaching higher

Reaching Higher

  • By 2014, all students in the Utica Community Schools will meet or exceed proficiency standards in English language arts (reading and writing), math, science, social studies, fine arts and career and technical education, as defined by national, state and UCS standards.


Reaching higher1

Reaching Higher


Davis junior high action plan 2010 2011

Davis Junior High Action Plan 2010-2011

Indicator 1.8: All junior high students will meet or exceed standards and be identified as proficient on the MEAP tests in reading, writing, math, science and social studies.

  • Writing Tier II Indicator: Increase the number of students who score at proficient or higher in writing.


7 th grade writing

7th Grade Writing

S.M.A.R.T. Goal

Percentage of 7th grade students who achieve a score of 4 (out of a 6 point scale) or higher on the HRW Online Expository Essay assessment will increase from __% to __% by June 2011.


8 th grade writing

8th Grade Writing

S.M.A.R.T. Goal

Percentage of 8th grade students who achieve a score of 4 (out of a 6 point scale) or higher on Compare/Contrast Essay assessment will increase from __% to __% by June 2011.


9 th grade writing

9th Grade Writing

S.M.A.R.T. Goal

Percentage of 9th grade students who achieve a score of 4 (out of a 6 point scale) or higher on the ACT Persuasive Essay assessment will increase from 30% to 60% by June 2010.


Math tier ii indicator

Math Tier II Indicator


Science

Science


Science1

Science


Special education

Special Education


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