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Maya Angelou Public Charter Middle School . Grade Level Data Sharing. Goals and Objectives of this Power Point . During this powerpoint presentation, the audience will be able to: Identify data trends from August 2011 to December 2011

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Maya angelou public charter middle school

Maya Angelou Public Charter Middle School

Grade Level Data Sharing


Goals and objectives of this power point

Goals and Objectives of this Power Point

  • During this powerpoint presentation, the audience will be able to:

  • Identify data trends from August 2011 to December 2011

  • Identify student performance areas from August 2011 to December 2011


Here s some basic school info

Here’s some basic school info…

  • There are 206 students at Maya Angelou as of December 31

  • There are 61 6th graders

  • There are 68 6th graders

  • There are 77 8th graders

  • Promotion in Doubt means that there is a likelihood or possibility that you will be retained or stay back during the 2011-12 school year IF you continue to earn failing grades in core content courses.


It s january let s reflect on the first three months of school august december 2011

It’s January – let’s reflect on the first three months of school August –DecemBer 2011

  • The number of students on honor roll has dropped dramatically from Q1 to Q3

  • 21% or 45 students were on honor roll during Quarter 1

  • There were 10 8th grade, 19 7th grade and 16 6th grade students on Honor Roll during Q1


Congrats to our quarter 1 honor roll scholars

Congrats to our Quarter 1 Honor Roll Scholars

Quarter 1 Honor Roll

Brown, Leigh

Goldring, Joslyn

Miller, Daron

Tabron, Elijah

Miller, Courtney

Peterson, Ahmad

Proctor, Alexis

Ross, Shamere

Thompson, Denisha

Washington, Natalie

Batts, Jada

Walton, Jamiya

Bender, Eugena

Butts, Mercede

Collins, Tyrell

Cothran, Genya

Hawkins, Kela A

Marshall, Miara

Young, Tydayia


Promotion in doubt by grade level

Promotion in doubt by grade level

  • There are

  • 12 6th graders

  • 10 7th graders

  • 16 8th graders

  • On the Promotion in Doubt List


Help i m on the promotion in doubt list

Help! I’m on the Promotion in doubt list.

  • At Maya, our goal is not to fail you. You have the following tools to help you pass to the next grade

  • Ask your teachers when they will do tutoring sessions

  • Ask your teachers for a standards mastery project

  • Ask your counselor for information about Summer School with DCPS – register early


What is anet

What is ANET?

Every six to eight weeks,

schools administer two Anet

assessments—one in English

Language Arts and one in

Mathematics—to students in

grades three through eight.

Each assessment takes place

during one regular classroom

period and tests recently

taught material

. With ANet assessments, schools can:

Assess their students’ mastery of the state standards and degree of difficulty of the year-end state tests;

Measure mastery of recently taught skills and concepts as assessments are aligned to the scope and sequence of participating schools;

Compare their results to those of other ANet participating schools taking the same set of assessments; and

Easily administer the assessments as they are paper-based and designed to be administered during a regular school day and class time.


Overall anet performance from september 2011 to december 2011 testing

Overall ANEt performance from September 2011 to December 2011 testing

  • What do you see in this data chart?


Anet top scorers

AnETTOP SCORERS

  • The following students had the highest ANet Scores in 7th grade.

  • Math: Natalie Washington, Eugena Bender, Jada Batts, Joslyn Goldring, & Daron Miller

  • ELA: Rolesha Brewer, Daron Miller, Joslyn Goldring, Darnel Vines, Tayon Wright, Natalie Washington


7 th grade scholastic reading inventory

7th Grade Scholastic Reading inventory

7thGrade Highest Scorers

Eugena Bender

Aaron Clark

Gianni Crawford

NyaFenner

Miara Marshall

Daron Miller

James Spriggs

Elijah Tabron

Natalie Washington

KUDOS TO TIMIL MILSTEAD FOR HAVING THE HIGHEST INCREASE IN SCORE!


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