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STATE OF THE SCHOOL Northwest Elementary. Beginning of the Year Report October 2011. Dr. Chuck Piatt, Principal. Mrs. Andrea Ridley, Assistant Principal Dr. Rachelle Terry, Curriculum & Instruction Facilitator. Murray County Public Schools. Our Vision

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state of the school northwest elementary

STATE OF THE SCHOOLNorthwest Elementary

Beginning of the Year Report

October 2011

dr chuck piatt principal

Dr. Chuck Piatt, Principal

Mrs. Andrea Ridley,

Assistant Principal

Dr. Rachelle Terry,

Curriculum & Instruction Facilitator

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Murray County Public Schools
  • Our Vision
  • Committed to student success...no exceptions, no excuses!
  • Our Mission
  • Murray County Schools instill within its students the desire to learn, to graduate from high school, and to become productive citizens.
  • We believe
  • Effective relationships are based on respect, trust, and honest communication
  • High school graduation increases opportunities for lifelong success.
  • Students and staff deserve a safe learning environment.
  • Positive cultures in schools provide an optimal learning environment.
  • Parent and community involvement is vital for higher student achievement.
  • All students can learn.
  • Technology is a key component to student success.
  • High expectations result in high achievement and community success.
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DISTRICT STUDENT ATTENDANCE

Current Year<=15%....Absent over 15 Days Rate

2009-2010 7.3%

2010-2011 5.7%

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2010-2011

STUDENT SAFETY SURVEY

I Feel Safe At School

94.2%

Feeling safe is the finest of all feelings

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Students Meeting/Exceeding Standards

High School Writing

System: 95% (3% increase from 2010)

State: 95%

5th Grade Writing

System: 91% (17% increase from 2010)

State: 83%

8th Grade Writing

System: 88% (5% increase from 2010)

State: 86%

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Criterion Referenced Competency Test

Reading & ELA

Grades 3-6 94%

Grades 7-8 95%

Math

Grades 3-6 88.4%

Grades 7-8 88%

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GRADUATION RATE

MCHS

2010-2011 88.8%

2009-2010 76.6%

2008-2009 71.2%

2007-2008 61.6%

2006-2007 57.4%

SYSTEM

2010-2011

76.6% to 79.7%

austerity adjustments
AUSTERITY ADJUSTMENTS

Fiscal Year Amount

2003 644,153

20041,366,128

20051,614,172

20061,614,172

2007825,683

2008688,880

20092,580,767

20107,094,159

20115,648,881

TOTAL REDUCTION $22,076,995

first grade may 2011
FIRST GRADEMay 2011

Online Achievement Series: Reading

first grade may 20111
FIRST GRADEMay 2011

Online Achievement Series: ELA

first grade may 20112
FIRST GRADEMay 2011

Online Achievement Series: Math

second grade may 2011
SECOND GRADEMay 2011

Online Achievement Series: Reading

second grade may 20111
SECOND GRADEMay 2011

Online Achievement Series: ELA

second grade may 20112
SECOND GRADEMay 2011

Online Achievement Series: Math

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