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Student Assessment Report 2012-2013. One Goal: Support Student Success West Hempstead UFSD Board of Education Presentation August 20, 2013. NYS ELA and Math Scores in Grades 3, 4 and 5 Cornwell Avenue and George Washington. New York State’s New Baseline.

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Student assessment report 2012 2013
Student Assessment Report2012-2013

One Goal: Support Student Success

West Hempstead UFSD

Board of Education Presentation

August 20, 2013


NYS ELA and Math Scores

in Grades 3, 4 and 5

Cornwell Avenue and

George Washington


New york state s new baseline
New York State’s New Baseline

Assessments (3-8 ELA and Math) aligned with Common Core State Standards

Scale score change from 800 to 450

Commissioner King predicts 30-40% drop in students scoring at proficiency


English Language Arts – 3rd Grade

Percentage of Students Achieving Levels 3 and 4


English Language Arts – 4thGrade

Percentage of Students Achieving Levels 3 and 4


English Language Arts – 5th Grade

Percentage of Students Achieving Levels 3 and 4



Math – 3rd Grade

Percentage of Students Achieving Levels 3 and 4


Math – 4th Grades

Percentage of Students Achieving Levels 3 and 4


Math – 5th Grades

Percentage of Students Achieving Levels 3 and 4



NYS ELA and Math Scores

In Grades 6, 7, and 8

West Hempstead Middle School


English Language Arts – 6th Grade

Percentage of Students Achieving Levels 3 and 4


English Language Arts – 7th Grade

Percentage of Students Achieving Levels 3 and 4


English Language Arts – 8th Grade

Percentage of Students Achieving Levels 3 and 4



Math – 6th Grade

Percentage of Students Achieving Levels 3 and 4


Math –7th Grade

Percentage of Students Achieving Levels 3 and 4


Math – 8th Grade

Percentage of Students Achieving Levels 3 and 4



Assessment Report

West Hempstead

High School






Advanced Placement DataStudents who took at least one AP course and test had higher college GPAs and graduation rates than students who took at least one AP course but no tests.Klein, University of Texas, 2007


Advanced placement data of students scoring 3
Advanced Placement Data% of Students Scoring 3 +


One goal
One Goal:

  • Support Student Success

    How?

  • Improve Instructionby

  • Focusing on Best Practice

  • Monitoring

  • Intervening

  • Assessing



What have we done 2012 2013 initiatives
What have we done?2012-2013 Initiatives

Selection of Common Core-aligned math program in K-8

Math professional development K-5

Building, department and grade level meetings to review data


What have we done 2012 2013 initiatives1
What have we done?2012-2013 Initiatives

Vocabulary program—Greek and Latin roots in grades 3-12

Fundations pacing guide and purchase of updated teacher resource materials

STELLAR program proposal and curriculum development


What have we done 2012 2013 initiatives2
What have we done?2012-2013 Initiatives

Ongoing curriculum projects

K-5 Report Cards aligned with Common Core


What do we plan to do 2013 2014 initiatives
What do we plan to do?2013-2014 Initiatives

Align instruction and assessments with Common Core Standards

Utilize ELA and Math modules on engageny

Monitor fidelity of program implementation


What do we plan to do 2013 2014 initiatives1
What do we plan to do?2013-2014 Initiatives

Analyze data through Building-Based Inquiry Teams, Department Meetings, Staff Meetings and Leadership Meetings (ongoing)

Electronic planbooks made available to encourage horizontal and vertical sharing of best practice

Target areas for instructional improvement


What do we plan to do 2013 2014 initiatives2
What do we plan to do?2013-2014 Initiatives

Identify and share best practices

Carefully monitor student progress

Maximize all resources to support student success

Mobilize parents as partners


Improving instruction strategies for 2013 2014
Improving Instruction: Strategies for 2013-2014

  • Benchmark each student

  • Analyze data

  • Provide quality intervention


Improving instruction strategies for 2013 20141
Improving Instruction: Strategies for 2013-2014

Monitor progress regularly

Promote best practice

Professional Development—Common Core, ELA, new Math programs, and instructional strategies


Improving instruction strategies for 2013 20142
Improving Instruction: Strategies for 2013-2014

Mobilize all members and resources of the school community to support student success

Work with PASSION and PERSISTENCE


Goal 2013 2014
Goal 2013-2014

Increase district performance on all New York State Assessments at levels of proficiency by supporting student success.

Teamwork starts Day 1!


Every day in every setting every person must ask
Every day in every setting every person must ask:

What have I done to support student success?


Five steps to reach our goal
Five Steps to Reach Our Goal:

Know each student—academically and personally

Believe in each student

Carefully monitor progress

Promote best practices

Mobilize the school community


West hempstead ufsd student assessment report 2012 2013
West Hempstead UFSDStudent Assessment Report2012-2013

We are committed to

supporting the success of every student.


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