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school grading 2014 bonus points

School Grading 2014 Bonus Points

CESDP Back to School Family and Youth Leadership Institute

webinar overview
Webinar Overview
  • What are Bonus Points?
  • Who reviews Bonus Points?
  • How are Bonus Points calculated?
  • What are the changes for this year?
  • What can I do to strengthen my school’s Bonus Points?
  • What is the submission window for this year?
  • Where can I find/learn more information on Bonus Points?
  • Question and Answer
what are bonus points
What are Bonus Points?
  • Extra points awarded that may help increase a school’s overall school grade.
  • A way for schools to showcase activities that get student and parent involved in unique and meaningful ways.
  • Schools can promote their curricular and extracurricular programming that fosters well-rounded students.
what are bonus points student activities
What are Bonus Points?—Student Activities

Student Activities

  • Atypical: Activities that actively engage parents and students and go above and beyond expectations
  • Activities that are student focused and lead by students
  • Submit according to the two categories: Curricular and Extracurricular
  • Worth 1 point
what are bonus points parent activities
What are Bonus Points?—Parent Activities

Parent Activities

  • Atypical: Activities that actively engage parents and students and go above and beyond expectations
  • Activities that are parent focused and lead by parents
  • Submit according to the two categories: Curricular and Extracurricular
  • Worth 2 points
what are bonus points habitual truancy
What are Bonus Points?—Habitual Truancy

Reducing Habitual Truancy

  • Reducing truancy increases overall points
  • Calculated through recorded STARS data
  • Automatically calculated in School Grade
  • Worth a total of 1 point
who grades bonus points
Who grades Bonus Points?
  • Educators that have taught from elementary to high school
  • Extensive experience in student and parent programming
  • PED administrators
  • Rigorous evaluators
how are bonus points calculated
How are Bonus Points calculated?

Calculation

Example

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Average of submitted 3 student activities with scores of 0 points, .25 point, and 1 point

Average of submitted 3 parent activities with scores of 0 point, .5, point, and 1 point

Decreased habitual truancy by 10%

Bonus Point Score: 1.92 pts

  • Parent and student activities are averaged
  • Averaged parent and student involvement activities are scaled according to point value
  • Habitual truancy and NMSA data are added and scaled into calculation

Scaled point score:

Student (1 point), Parent (2 points), NMSA (1 point), Habitual Truancy (1 point) = 5 total points

student rubric breakdown
Student Rubric Breakdown
  • Rubrics rewritten for clarity and simplified
  • Rubrics are scaffolded in 3 key areas
    • 1st area is the level of student involvement and impact
    • 2nd area is community involvement
    • 3rd area is overall achievement
student rubric breakdown 25 point
Student Rubric Breakdown .25 Point
  • For Extracurricular activities it must be an New Mexico Activities Association program or a school/district created program
  • Curricular differs by using the language “Regularly-scheduled class or course”
  • Rigor is assessed in the originality and role of students in the program

Student Extracurricular Rubric

Self Assess:

Are students leading the activity? Is this something the PED has not seen before?

student rubric breakdown 5 point
Student Rubric Breakdown .5 Point

Student Extracurricular Rubric

  • Must include all requirements of a .25 point in addition the following:
    • Community outreach that’s not part of their original programming area
    • Outreach to other students at the same or different grade levels
    • Ongoing and consistent volunteerism
student rubric breakdown 1 point
Student Rubric Breakdown 1 Point
  • Must include all requirements of a .5 point in addition the following:
    • Must receive statewide or national recognition as part of excellence and overall achievement in their programming

Student Extracurricular Rubric

parent rubric breakdown
Parent Rubric Breakdown
  • Rubrics rewritten for clarity and simplified
  • Rubrics are scaffolded in 3 key areas
    • 1st area is the level of parent involvement and impact
    • 2nd area is community involvement
    • 3rd area is overall achievement
parent rubric breakdown 5 point
Parent Rubric Breakdown .5 Point
  • For Athletics/Extracurricular rubrics it must be an New Mexico Activities Association program or a school/district created program
  • Curricular differs by using the language “Regularly-scheduled class or course”
  • Parents must lead or develop the program

Parent Curricular Rubric

parent rubric breakdown 1 point
Parent Rubric Breakdown 1 Point

Parent Curricular Rubric

  • Must include all requirements of a ½ point in addition the following:
    • Community outreach that’s not part of their original programming area
    • Outreach to other students at the same or different grade levels
    • Ongoing and consistent volunteerism
parent rubric breakdown 2 points
Parent Rubric Breakdown 2 Points
  • Must include all requirements of a 1 point in addition the following:
    • Must receive statewide or national recognition as part of excellence and overall achievement in their programming

Parent Curricular Rubric

what is the submission window for this year
What is the submission window for this year?
  • Submission window begins November 15, 2013 at 12:00 am
  • Submission window ends May 5, 2014 at 5:00 pm
  • Submissions prior to or after the window will not be accepted
where can i find learn more information on bonus points
Where can I find/learn more information on Bonus Points?
  • Go to http://webapp2.ped.state.nm.us/SchoolData/SchoolGrading.aspx
  • On the left side you will see “Bonus Points Technical Assistance” where you can access the following:
    • Guidance documents
    • Templates
    • Rubrics
    • Bonus Points webinars
    • How-to documents
questions and answers
Questions and Answers

Expectations

  • Questions based on an activity’s worth will not be answered
  • Questions based on an activity’s worth will not be answered
  • Questions based on an activity’s worth will not be answered
  • Questions will be answered on the Bonus Points System and submission system
  • Please type your question in the question bar
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