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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

Program Evaluation Plan Report

Board of Education Meeting

March 29, 2012

Summer School


Purpose of the program

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

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

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

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 goal1

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 goal2

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 goal3

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 goal4

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

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

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 evaluation1

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

Next Evaluation Report on

March 2013

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