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Program Evaluation Plan Report Board of Education Meeting March 29, 2012. Summer School. Purpose of the Program. Student and/or stakeholder needs addressed by the program Provide extended learning opportunities through enrichment and remediation for students in grades Pre-K through 12.

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Program Evaluation Plan Report

Board of Education Meeting

March 29, 2012

Summer School


Purpose of the Program

  • Student and/or stakeholder needs addressed by the program

    • Provide extended learning opportunities through enrichment and remediation for students in grades Pre-K through 12.


Service Delivery Model

  • The Summer School program is delivered at three elementary schools, one middle school , the Day School and one high school.

  • Instructional hours and content meet all DESE requirements.

  • High School content is delivered in both traditional classroom settings or through online courses.

  • Smart Start, a pilot literacy program, will be expanded to four (4) elementary schools.


Program Deployment Status

  • The Summer School program is well-deployed throughout the school district, with minimal gaps.

  • The program should continue to be refined and streamlined to provide a challenging curriculum for all students and eliminate deployment gaps.


Progress Toward Previous Program Goal

  • GOAL: Elementary Summer School participants will increase academic growth as compared to non-participating students.  Growth will be measured using the STAR-Reading Assessment. (Grades 4,5, and 6)

  • Results: For students that attended at least 80% of the days of summer school, there was an observed gain of 0.6 months in their STAR-Reading scores.  This is a slightly greater, but non-significant, gain relative to the full student population. 

    BENCHMARK DATA


Progress Toward Previous Program Goal

  • GOAL: Increase from 62% - 70% the Middle School parent level of satisfaction that their student was provided a challenging curriculum.

    RESULTS:

    67% of parents reported the Middle School Summer Expeditions curriculum appropriately challenged their child.

  • Did not meet goal of 70% parent level of satisfaction.


Progress Toward Previous Program Goal

  • GOAL: Increased student participation in the program as measured by reported Average Daily Attendance (ADA) from 100.00 to 105.00.

    RESULTS: Summer School Average Daily Attendance increased from 100.00 to 113.33 (13.32% increase)

  • Met goal of increased student participation.


Progress Toward Previous Program Goal

  • GOAL: Survey High School Student to set baseline data point on student question “I had an opportunity to learn important skills and information during summer school”.

    RESULTS:

    74% of High School students reported they learned important skills and information during summer school.

  • Baseline Data


Progress Toward Previous Program Goal

  • GOAL: Survey staff at all levels and deploy High School Parent Survey

    RESULTS:

    All staff members (K-12) and high school parents were provided a survey to provide feedback on the summer school program.

  • Goal met. Results will be used to develop future program evaluation measures.


Future Program Goals to be Evaluated

  • Academic Remediation and Support

  • Increase student participation in the summer school program.

  • Measure student and staff satisfaction with the summer school program.


Plan for Evaluation

Measurable Outcomes

Data Collection Methods

  • 1. K-5 participants will increase academic growth . Growth will be measured using the STAR Reading/Math, Early Literacy Screening .

  • 2. Increase from 67% to 70% satisfaction for a challenging curriculum for middle school parents.

  • 3. Increase student participation in the program as measured by student enrollment (ADA) from 113.33 to 115.00

  • Assessments

  • Observations

  • Surveys and questionnaires

  • Document Reviews


Plan for Evaluation

Measurable Outcomes

Data Collection Methods

  • 4. Increase HS Student survey results from 74% to 77% that they had an opportunity to learn valuable skills and information.

  • 5. Increase staff survey results “I had sufficient time to implement the curriculum: K-8 from 78%-80%; 9-12 from 85% to 90%

  • 6. Increase from 73% -77% HS parent satisfaction their student made academic progress in summer school.

  • Assessments

  • Observations

  • Surveys and questionnaires

  • Document Reviews


Next Evaluation Report on

March 2013

Summer School


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