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2011 Test Data. Albert Lea Area Schools. Student Achievement Goals. 2010-2012. Albert Lea Area Schools will be above the state average at grade level in reading, math, and science according to MCA results by the end of 2011-2012.

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2011 test data

2011 Test Data

Albert Lea Area Schools


Student achievement goals
Student Achievement Goals

2010-2012

  • Albert Lea Area Schools will be above the state average at grade level in reading, math, and science according to MCA results by the end of 2011-2012.

  • Minnesota utilizes the MCAs to assess student progress towards state standards in reading, math, and science.

  • Albert Lea Area Schools will be above the state average on the ACT in English, Math, Reading, and Science by the end of 2011-2012.

  • The ACT, a standardized test, assesses high school students' general educational development and their ability to complete college-level work. The multiple-choice tests cover four skill areas: English, mathematics, reading, and science.


2011 mcas
2011 MCAs

Grade level comparison to state averages


Albert lea statewide public schools
Albert Lea & Statewide public schools

Math

Grades 3-8- online MCA III, grade 11 MCA II

Reading



Grade 3
Grade 3

Math

Reading


Grade 4
Grade 4

Math

Reading


Grade 5
Grade 5

Math

Reading


Grade 51
Grade 5

Science


Grade 6
Grade 6

Math

Reading


Grade 7
Grade 7

Math

Reading


Grade 8
Grade 8

Math

Reading


Grade 81
Grade 8

Science


Grade 10 11
Grade 10/11

Math

Reading


Grade 10
Grade 10

Science



2011 test data
ACT

Albert Lea averages compared to Minnesota


Act test
ACT Test

The standardized test assesses high school students' general educational development and their ability to complete college-level work. The multiple-choice tests cover four skill areas: English, mathematics, reading, and science.


How are we progressing
How are we progressing?

Albert Lea Area Schools will be above the state average at grade level in reading, math, and science according to MCA results by the end of 2011-2012.

  • Base line- 2009- 2010

    • 1 of 9 tested areas above state average grades 3-6

    • 2 of 8 tested areas above state averages grades 7-11

  • Year one- 2010-2011

    • 5 of 9 tested areas above state averages grades 3-6

    • 0 of 8 tested areas above state average grades 7-11

      Albert Lea Area Schools will be above the state average on the ACT in English, Math, Reading, and Science by the end of 2011-2012.

  • Base line- 2009- 2010

    • O of 4 tested areas above state averages.

  • Year one- 2010-2011

    • 0 of 4 tested areas above state averages.

  • Significant room for improvement at the secondary level.


What are we changing
What are we changing?

2011-12

  • Professional Learning Communities will be aligned district wide to effectively increase student achievement.

  • Ensuring students have access to a consistent and viable curriculum.

  • Utilizing common assessments to gauge progress and identify areas of need and enrichment.

  • New K-8 science curriculum implemented 2011-2012.

  • Additional compensatory dollars focused on reading at secondary level.


Plc configurations
PLC configurations

ALC

ABE/FTC

ECSE/EC

Art K-12

Music K-12

Phy Ed K-12

ELL K-12

Speech/Language pathologists K-12

Social workers/Counselors K-12

Case facilitators/School Psychologists K-12

  • Grades K-1

  • Grades 2-3

  • Grades 4-5

  • Language Arts 6-7/ 8-9/10-12

  • Math 6-7/8-12

  • Science 6-7/8-12

  • Social studies 6-7/8-12

  • Spanish 8-12

  • Technical Studies 6-12

  • Functional Skills 6-12


2011 ayp adequate yearly progress
2011 AYP- Adequate Yearly Progress

2010 AYP

Halverson

Reading- All, and 2 sub groups

Hawthorne

Reading- All, and 3 sub groups

Math- 1 sub group

Sibley

Reading- 3 subgroups

Math-3 subgroups

Southwest

Reading- 2 subgroups

Math- All, and 2 subgroups

High School

District

Reading- 2 subgroups

Math- 1 subgroup

2011 AYP

Halverson

Math– 1 subgroup

Hawthorne

Reading- 1 subgroup

Math- 1 subgroup

Sibley

Reading- 1 subgroup

Southwest

Reading- Alland 3 subgroups

Math- 2 subgroups

High School

Reading – 3 subgroups

Math- 1 subgroup

District

Reading- Alland 4 subgroups

Math- 2 subgroups


2011 ayp implications
2011 AYP implications

  • Distict- AYP plan outlining efforts district will make towards areas needing improvement.

  • Halverson- 3.2- corrective action in reading and watch list in math

    • Ayp plan from last year will be continued

    • If AYP is made in all areas next year, Halverson is off the AYP list

  • Hawthorne- 3.1- corrective action in math and 2.1- SES in reading

    • Ayp plan with mandatory corrective action component in place

    • Two years to get off the list

  • Sibley- 1.1- school choice in reading

    • Ayp Plan will be written to meet the areas needing improvement

    • Two years to get off the list