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2008 09 sat highlights for monroe school district sat participation and performance
2008-09 SAT Highlights for Monroe School District:SAT Participation and Performance
  • There was a 10.3% increase in the number of Hispanic students in the MCSD class of 2009 taking the SAT, as compared to a 5.0% decrease in Florida’s public school test takers and a 3.4% increase in public schools nationwide.
  • Hispanic students in MCSD outperformed their counterparts nationwide on all three SAT subsections. Mean Critical Reading scores for Monroe’s Hispanic students is 15 points higher, mean Mathematics is 7 points higher, and mean Writing is 3 points higher than Hispanic students in public schools nationwide.
2008 09 s a t highlights for monroe school district s a t participation test takers
2008-09 S.A.T. Highlights for Monroe School District:S.A.T. Participation – Test Takers
  • The number of SAT test takers in Monroe’s public schools decreased 14.5% from 2005 to 2009.
  • The number of black SAT test takers in Monroe’s public schools increased 10.5% during this same time period.
  • The number of Hispanic SAT test takers in Monroe’s public schools increased 30.6% during his same time period.
2008 09 s a t highlights for monroe school district psat nmsqt participation and s a t performance
2008-09 S.A.T. Highlights for Monroe School District:PSAT/NMSQT participation and S.A.T. performance
  • The number of students taking the SAT with the PSAT/NMSQT as a Junior and Sophomore or younger increased 33.3%
  • (SAT Critical Reading 522 – 29 points higher than Florida’s average and 26 points higher than the national average;
  • SAT Mathematics 518 -22 points higher than Florida’s average and 8 points higher than the national average;
  • SAT Writing 493 – 18 points higher than Florida’s average and 6 points higher than the national average).
2008 09 s a t highlights for monroe school district psat nmsqt participation and s a t performance1
2008-09 S.A.T. Highlights for Monroe School District:PSAT/NMSQT participation and S.A.T. performance
  • The number of students taking the SAT without the PSAT/NMSQT decreased 15.0%
  • SAT Critical Reading 465 – 28 points below Florida’s average and 31 points below the national average;
  • SAT Mathematics 471 – 25 points below Florida’s average and 39 points below the national average;
  • SAT Writing 446 - 29 points below Florida’s average and 41 points below the national average.
2008 09 ap program highlights for monroe school district p s a t participation test takers
2008-09 AP Program Highlights for Monroe School District:P.S.A.T. Participation – Test Takers
  • From 1999 to 2009, the number of AP Exam takers in MCSD increased 105.3%. 
  • The number of AP Exams administered in MCSD increased 144.8% since 1999.
  • The number of AP Grades 3 -5 received by public school students in MCSD increased 105.2% since 1999.
  • From 2008 to 2009, the number of AP Exam-takers in MCSD increased 9.6%, as compared to a 12.0% increase in Florida’s public schools and 7.5% increase in public schools nationwide.
  • The number of AP Exams administered to MCSD students increased 20.5% as compared to an 11.2% increase in Florida’s public schools and a 7.4% increase in public schools nationwide.
  • The number of AP Grades 3 or higher received by MCSD students increased 64.8%, as compared to a 13.7% increase in Florida’s public schools and a 9.4% increase in public schools nationwide.
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2008-09 AP Program Highlights for Monroe School District:P.S.A.T. Participation – Test Takers/Performance
  • Despite a decrease in the number of black AP Exam takers and a decrease in the number of AP Exams administered to black students in MCSD from 2008 to 2009 (a decrease of 43.8% and 33.3% respectively), the percentage of AP Exams taken by black students receiving an AP Grade of 3 or higher increased from 9.5% in 2008 to 21.4% in 2009.
  • The number of Hispanic AP Exam takers in Monroe’s public schools increased 55.4% from 2008 to 2009, as compared to a 16.5% increase for Hispanic AP Exam Takers in Florida’s public schools and a 13.6% increase for Hispanic AP Exam-takers in public schools nationwide.
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2008-09 AP Program Highlights for Monroe School District:P.S.A.T. Participation – Test Takers/Performance
  • The number of AP Exams administered to MCSD’s Hispanic students increased 63.4% from 2008 to 2009, as compared to a 15.3% increase in the number of AP Exams administered to Florida’s Hispanic AP Exam-Takers and a 13.7% increase in the number of AP Exams administered to Hispanic AP Exam-Takers nationwide.
  • The number of AP Grade of 3 or higher received by MCSD’s Hispanic students increased 148.1% from 2008 to 2009, as compared to a 17.2% increase in the number of AP Grades of 3 or higher received by Florida Hispanic AP Exam-takers and a 15.0% increase in the number of AP Grades of 3 or higher received by Hispanic AP Exam-takers nationwide.
  • The percentage of AP Exams taken by Hispanic students receiving an AP Grade of 3 or higher increased from 29.0% in 2008 to 44.1% in 2009.
new high school grading requirements sb 1908
New High School Grading Requirements – SB 1908
  • High School Grading – 50% percent of a high school’s grade will be based on the following:
  • FCAT performance grades 9 and 10
  • and the remaining 50 percent will be based on the following indicators:
new high school grading requirements
New High School Grading Requirements
  • The school’s graduation rate;
  • The graduation rate of At-risk students Level 1&2 (8th Graders)
  • The performance and participation of students in AP, IB, DE, AICE, and industry certification courses;
  • Postsecondary readiness of the students as measured by the SAT, ACT, or CPT;
  • Growth or decline in these data components from year to year.
sat act school strategies
SAT/ACT school strategies
  • Kaplan ACT/SAT test prep course
  • Kaplan’ s teacher training workshop
  • College Board Partnership Program
  • Inclusion of middle schools in the partnership
  • Pre A.P. approach in middle and high schools
  • AVID Program middle & high school
  • Secondary School Redesign Initiative
  • Expansion of PSAT testing
  • Utilization of PSAT practice booklets
  • Utilization of the PSAT score reports
  • A.P. teacher workshops
sat act websites
SAT/ACT websites
  • http://www.jrotccollegeprep.com. free
  • www.freerice.orgSAT/ACT vocabulary free
  • http://www.collegeboard.com/student/testing/sat/prep_one/prep_one.htmlSAT Preparation Center™
  • www.eknowledge.com/mlb complete course $200
summary of kwhs a p scores
Summary of KWHS A.P. scores
  • 13 -Advanced Placement courses offered at KWHS
  • 322 A. P. test administer in May 2009
  • 45% or 145 students scores at level 3 or above
  • 24% or 76 students scored at level 1
  • 31% or 101 students scored at level 2
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Marathon Middle High School

Building Academic Culture

Raising the Bar!

mhs strategies
MHS Strategies
  • Florida Partnership
  • AVID-Advanced Via Individual Determination
    • 8th and 9th Graders-Expansion in 2010/ 2011
  • Kaplan SAT/ ACT Prep- C21 Program/ Club Day
    • Kaplan Teacher Training
  • Pre-AP Approach/ Middle School Pipeline
  • PSAT- Grades 9-11 and Select 8th Graders
  • Review of PSAT/ Guidance/ English/ Math
  • AP Workshop/ Professional Development
    • Summer Trainings-TBA
  • Florida Reading Initiative- FRI
  • Century 21 Before and After School Program
ap courses expansion strategies
AP Courses & Expansion Strategies
  • PSAT Data Analysis
  • AP Potential
    • What AP Courses?
    • Who? Student Recruitment!
  • MS Gifted Program/ Pipeline/ Vertical Teaming
  • Recruitment and Retention of Teachers
    • 20/10/5
advanced placement 2007 2008
Advanced Placement 2007-2008
  • AP Biology
  • AP Studio Art
  • AP English Literature
  • AP Calculus
  • AP Statistics
  • 5 Courses and 48 Students
advanced placement 2008 2009
Advanced Placement 2008-2009
  • AP English Composition (New)
  • AP English Literature
  • AP Calculus
  • AP Statistics
  • AP Spanish (New)
  • AP Biology
  • AP US Government (New)
  • 7 Courses (3 New) and 72 Students (+24)
advanced placement 2009 2010
Advanced Placement 2009-2010
  • AP US Government
  • AP Human Geography (New)
  • AP English Composition
  • AP English Literature
  • AP Spanish
  • AP Psychology (New)
  • AP Calculus
  • AP World History (New)
  • AP Chemistry (New)
  • 9 Courses (4 New) and 85 Students (+13)
cshs revised high school grading
CSHS – Revised High School Grading
  • Graduation Rate:
    • Focus on reducing the number of students entering on special diploma track (2007 - 8 students, 2008 - 6 students, 2009 - 4 students, 2010 – 6 students)
    • Use of Ed Options in grade nine semester two will focus on reducing Grade nine retention rate
  • Participation in accelerated coursework (Link to AP Graph)
    • 226 students are currently enrolled in 458 accelerated classes (249.2 points)
    • 249.2/323 grade 11 and 12 = 77% (77 points)
  • Performance in accelerated coursework (Link to AP Scores)
    • 51% of AP students were level 3+ in 2009
    • 100% of DE students passed their class with a “C” or higher
    • Expected performance approximately 271 passing scores or level 3+ scores yielding approximately 162 points/226 students = 72% (72 points)
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CSHS – Revised High School Grading
  • Post-Secondary Readiness (SAT score of 440 in reading and Mathematics) (Link to SAT Performance)

All 9-10-11 grade students take PSAT

    • Strategies
    • All students given classroom presentations along with practice exams
    • PSAT results will be shared with parents, and students
    • Detailed plan on how to utilize results for SAT success
    • SAT/ACT prep class offered afterschool two days a week
    • Upper Keys Rotary will sponsor a winter SAT workshop
    • FKCC is offering SAT prep course at CSH campus
    • Bright futures classroom presentations by counseling dept.
    • As mentioned before increased AP offerings and participation
    • Specific AP goals written in our SIP
    • Daily practice questions in English , Math, Science, and Studies classes
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At Risk Student Graduation Percentage

    • Disabled 06-07 graduation rate 48.1% 07-08 75%
    • ECD 06-07 graduation rate 47% 07-08 68.4%
    • Ell 06-07 graduation rate 30% 07-08 100%
    • Strategies for Increasing At Risk Graduation
    • RTI leadership team and plan
    • MBA student data utilized for IPDP of all faculty
    • Student Services Team weekly meetings
    • Weekly truancy meetings
    • Use of Ed Options and FLVS
    • Ell support group/LEP meetings
    • Life skills counselor referrals
    • Keys center for girls and boys
    • Teacher pacing guides
    • Differentiated instruction
    • Parent /teacher communication
school grading cont d
School Grading Cont’d
  • Summary –
    • CSHS is positioned well to meet the new standards for participation and performance in accelerated programs
      • Four new AP Programs added in the last two years
      • Plan to expand AP World History in 2010-2011
      • Plan to add AP Spanish and AP Macroeconomics in 2010-2011
    • CSHS continues to make strides in graduation rate
    • Focus on implementation of district pacing guides, alignment to new standards, AP and Pre-AP vertical alignment should begin to address needs in college readiness numbers
school board s role
School Board’s Role
  • Set clear Goals and Expectations for S.A.T. performance
  • Provide through fiscal means the programs, initiatives and strategies necessary to improve district scores
  • Support programs through positive media relations and visits to programs
  • Understand the many factors that contribute to student performance on the S.A.T.
  • Schedule follow up discussions for continued monitoring
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