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Weaver Elementary School September 2011. It is our vision that students and adults at Weaver will be empowered with the knowledge, skills, and attitudes for success. What does our data tell us?. NWEA Spring to Spring (Grades 3-5) Percentages of Students Meeting Proficiency: Reading

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weaver elementary school september 2011

Weaver Elementary SchoolSeptember 2011

It is our vision that students and adults at Weaver will be empowered with the knowledge, skills, and attitudes for success.

what does our data tell us
What does our data tell us?
  • NWEA Spring to Spring (Grades 3-5) Percentages of Students Meeting Proficiency:

Reading

    • 2006 – 2007 51.1%
    • 2007 – 2008 55.0%
    • 2008 – 2009 52.2%
    • 2009 – 2010 65.2%
    • 2010 – 2011 61.5%
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MCA - II Percentages of Students Meeting Proficiency:

Reading

    • 2006 82.8% 
    • 200769.6%
    • 200872.4%
    • 200975.5%
    • 201071.8%
    • 2011 84.5%  (preliminary)
map meeting proficiency
MAP - % Meeting Proficiency

Spring to Spring Scores

Scores below 55% are highlighted in green.

06-07 07-08 08-09 09-10 10-11

All 51.1%53.7%52.2%65.2% 61.5%

American Indian 37.5%50.0% 66.7% 50.0%50.0%

Asian 62.0% 50.0%50.0%62.1% 60.3%

Black 54.5%76.9% 61.9% 63.6% 56.5%

Female 52.4%50.0%53.0%65.8% 54.3%

FRP 52.9%60.7%52.9%61.8% 55.3%

Hispanic 40.0%64.7% 57.1% 60.0% 40.0%

LEP 42.1%62.9%48.7%59.3% 51.0%

Male 50.0%57.5%51.4%64.7% 67.9%

SPED 52.8%64.3%48.6%65.1% 55.6%

White 49.0%51.8%50.4%68.3% 67.0%

grade level reading targets
Grade Level Reading Targets

MAP Reading (Fall to Spring)

Grade 2 Percentage Meeting Target

2006 75.7%

2007 60.2%

2008 71.6%

2009 69.7%

2010 52.8%

2011 71.8%

grade 3 reading data
Grade 3 Reading Data

MAP % Meeting Target

(Spring to Spring)

2006 80.3%

2007 64.1%

2008 61.5%

2009 61.4%

2010 62.3%

2011

MCA Percent

Proficient

2006 92.5%

2007 77.1%

2008 80.7%

2009 84.0%

2010 8l.9%

2011 78.8%

grade 4 reading data
Grade 4 Reading Data

MAP % Meeting Target

(Spring to Spring)

2006 36.8%

2007 37.2%

2008 45.7%

2009 47.0%

2010 61.8%

2011

MCA Percent

Proficient

2006 69.9%

2007 67.3%

2008 70.0%

2009 72.0%

2010 57.5%

2011 87.2%

grade 5 reading data
Grade 5 Reading Data

MAP % Meeting Target

(Spring to Spring)

2006 46.7%

2007 55.8%

2008 53.0%

2009 49.3%

2010 70.6%

2011

MCA Percent

Proficient

2006 84.8%

2007 65.6%

2008 66.3%

2009 71.3%

2010 77.5%

2011 86.7%

our goal
OUR GOAL
  • Increase reading proficiency on the MCA’s from 84% to 90%.
our activities
Our Activities
  • Monthly Grade Level PLC’s
  • 3 staff development days – 1-2 hours
  • One observation/coaching opportunity per teacher from the literacy coach
  • Parent training on conference night
  • Training for our para educator’s on their role in Reader’s Workshop and Intervention.
complete survey
Complete Survey
  • Please complete the survey I’ve handed out and return to me by September 15th. I will average the answers to the questions and take the bottom three areas for staff training.