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CMSD Strategic Development Initiative

Decision Support Tool Materials

BCG proprietary research and analysis, not for distribution

reminder our guiding principles
Reminder: Our guiding principles

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  • Do what's best for our current and future students – give them the best academic circumstances, get them out of hazardous conditions, and do everything possible to build well-rounded individuals
  • Emphasize objectivity, minimize politics, and strive to consistently apply the guiding principles
  • Be courageous – seek transformational change, demonstrate a sense of urgency, and be willing to stay the course in a long, difficult journey
  • Hold all schools to a certain standard of academic performance; those that fall short face the prospect of substantial change
  • "Right-size" the district by eliminating excess capacity and addressing overcrowding where needed, and invest at least some savings back into school sites
  • Where possible seek to:
    • Make all schools unique and strategic in program focus
    • Raise the condition of all facilities to a minimum standard
    • Preserve and enhance relationships with community organizations
    • Spread "what works" to lower-performing schools

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agenda
Agenda

Scoring Tool Criteria and Methodology

High School Decision Support Materials

K-8 Decision Support Materials

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Nine criteria utilized for CMSD scoring toolCriteria informed by senior leadership, Community Advisory Committee, and benchmark districts

Description

Category

Criteria

  • Report card rating
  • Performance Index (PI) trend
  • Facilities Condition Index
  • Conditions for Learning Survey
  • Teacher attendance rate
  • Student attendance rate
  • Major safety incidents
  • Capacity utilization
  • Enrollment trend
  • Ohio report card designation1
  • 2-year CAGR2 for PI
  • Ratio of cost to renovate to cost to rebuild facility
  • Survey of student perception of school environment categories3
  • Current rate of teacher attendance
  • Current rate of student attendance
  • Major safety incidents / 100 students
  • % of capacity used by enrolled students
  • 3-year CAGR1 for school enrollment

Academic performance (40%)

1

2

Building condition

(20%)

3

Performance drivers

(20%)

4

5

6

7

Facility demand

(20%)

8

9

1. Two year average of school report card designation (2007-08 and 2008-09)

2. Compounded Annual Growth Rate. Compounded Annual Growth Rate. Calculated using PI data between the years 2005-2006 and 2008-2009

3. Safe and respectful climate, social and emotional learning, student challenge, and student support

criteria have different sized impacts on the final score
Criteria have different-sized impacts on the final score

Category

Criteria

Weight (%)

  • Report card rating
  • Performance Index (PI) trend

Academic performance

32

8

40%

Building condition

  • Facilities Condition Index

20

20%

  • Conditions for Learning Survey
  • Teacher attendance rate
  • Student attendance rate
  • Major safety incidents

Performance drivers

6

4

5

5

20%

  • Capacity utilization
  • Enrollment trend

Facility demand

12

8

20%

100%

academic score based on report card rating and performance index trend
Academic score based on report card rating and performance index trend

Base points determined by average report card rating over past two years...

...while incremental points are determined by change in performance index

2-year avg report card rating1

Base points awarded

Academic score

Academic score

  • 100
  • 90

Excellent

90

If a school's PI has been increasing, they receive positive incremental points...

+10 points

  • 80
  • 70

Effective

70

+5 points

  • 60

Continuous Improvement

+0 points

50

  • 50

...but if a school's PI has been decreasing, they receive negative incremental points

  • 40

-5 points

Academic watch

30

  • 30
  • 20

-10 points

Academic emergency

10

  • 10
  • 0

1. Based on the "average" report card ratings from 2007-08 and 2008-09. Each report card rating has been assigned a point value (academic emergency = 10, academic watch = 30, continuous improvement = 50, effective = 70, excellent = 90). The average is taken between the 2007-08 and the 2008-09 values and ascribed as "base points" for the academic subscore of a school

remaining scores based on position within a predetermined range
Remaining scores based on position within a predetermined range

Lower cutoff

(bad score)

Upper cutoff (good score)

Category

Criteria

Description

  • Facilities Condition Index
  • Conditions for Learning Survey1
  • Teacher attendance rate
  • Student attendance rate
  • Major safety incidents
  • Capacity utilization
  • Enrollment trend

85%

150

90%

88%

7

40%

-5%

20%

90

95%

95%

1

100%

+1%

  • Ratio of cost to renovate to cost to rebuild facility
  • Survey of student perception of school environment categories
  • Current rate of teacher attendance
  • Current rate of student attendance
  • Major safety incidents / 100 students
  • % of capacity used
  • 3-year CAGR for school enrollment

Building condition

3

Perfor-mance drivers

4

5

6

7

Facility demand

8

9

Worse than the lower cutoff, no points awarded

Better than the upper cutoff, full points awarded

Schools gain points proportionately to placement of criteria relative to the spread in cutoffs

1. Sum of the percentages of students within a school who believe school "Needs Improvement" in each of four categories: Safe and Respectful Environment, Social and Emotional Learning, Student Challenge, and Student Support

Note: Cutoffs primarily represent approximately one standard deviation from the CMSD average

facilities condition index fci drives building condition score
Facilities Condition Index (FCI) drives building condition score

Criteria

Building condition scoring

Weights

Cutoffs

Score

Weighting

Bad condition

100%

No points awarded

85%

0

80%

20

FCI

60%

3

100%

40

3

FCI

60

40%

80

20%

20%

100

Full points awarded

Good condition

0%

of building condition subscore

100%

safety and attendance drive performance driver score
Safety and attendance drive performance driver score

Criteria

Performance driver scoring

Weights

Weighting

Cutoffs

Score

150

No points awarded

150

0

CLS

125

30%

4

50

4

90

100

CLS

100

75

50

Full points awarded

100

Full points awarded

95%

5

95

100

Teacher attendance

Teacher attendance

20%

50

5

90%

90

0

No points awarded

85

100

95%

Full points awarded

95

100

Student attendance

6

25%

50

6

90

88%

Student attendance

0

85

No points awarded

80

10

Major safety issues

25%

No points awarded

7

7

7

8

0

Major safety issues / 100 students

6

4

50

1

2

of performance driver subscore

100

100%

Full points awarded

capacity use and enrollment growth drive school demand score

100

80

60

40

20

0

Capacity use and enrollment growth drive school demand score

Criteria

School demand scoring

Weights

Weighting

Cutoffs

Score

Full points awarded

100%

100%

Capacity utilization

60%

8

80%

8

% of capacity used

60%

40%

40%

20%

No points awarded

0%

10%

5%

9

Full points awarded

+1%

% annual change in enrollment

Enrollment trend

40%

0%

100

9

50

-5%

-5%

0

No points awarded

-10%

of demand subscore

100%

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How we calculate capacity: blend of two methodologiesGoal to be as consistent and fair as possible – there is not one right way to measure capacity

OSFC capacity1

Classroom capacity

  • Based on square footage of school
  • High schools
  • Recently rebuilt or renovated K-8s
  • High schools have unique spaces (eg, labs) that can limit usage
  • Classroom capacity overestimates capacity in these spaces
  • New K-8's were built with the intent to provide for OSFC capacity
  • Based on the number of classrooms in a school building
  • K-8s not recently renovated or rebuilt
  • Older K-8's tend to have "functional" space that cannot be used for classrooms (eg, interior courtyards)
  • OSFC capacity includes this space and overestimates capacity

Description

Applies to

Why it's used

Adjustment

Both calculations have been adjusted to account for special education students2

Goal to strive for optimal utilization of ~80-90%

1. Ohio State Facilities Commission 2. "Special education student" is defined as any student designated to require an individualized education program (IEP)

Source: CMSD facilities

agenda1
Agenda

Scoring Tool Criteria and Methodology

High School Decision Support Materials

K-8 Decision Support Materials

high schools high school summary

15,537

High Schools

High schoolsHigh school summary

Basic profile

Historical enrollment1

Academic neighborhood

All high schools

  • Enrollment

Number of schools

21

2008-09 enrollment1

14,923 students

Wards encompassed

All

  • 2004-05
  • 2005-06
  • 2006-07
  • 2007-08

Report card ratings (2008-09)

Composition (2007-08)

Capacity

Rating

# of schools

Race

%

Method

# of students

  • Classrooms x 25
  • Classrooms x 25, adjusted for sp. ed.
  • OSFC
  • OSFC, adjusted for sp. ed.

Above 'Continuous Improvement'

'Continuous Improvement'

'Academic Watch'

'Academic Emergency'

4

8

4

5

Black

Hispanic

Caucasian

Other

TOTAL

Limited English

75

10

14

1

100

1

29,250

24,450

24,727

20,096

1. 2004-2008 data from ODE website. 2008-09 from recent 4/17/2009 SIERRA/SIS enrollment report

high schools placement on matrix academic performance and building condition

90

High Schools

High schools' placement on matrixAcademic performance and building condition
  • Co-funded in the Master Plan
  • Not co-funded in the Master Plan
  • Academic
  • John Hay
  • Whitney Young High
  • CSA1
  • Garrett Morgan
  • John Marshall High1
  • Rhodes High
  • Carl Shuler High
  • MLK Jr High
  • Max Hayes High1
  • SuccessTech
  • Collinwood High
  • Jane Addams
  • Kennedy High
  • East Tech High2
  • Lincoln-West High
  • East High
  • South High
  • Glenville High
  • John Adams High
  • Option Complex
  • Building condition

Moderate change

Minimal change

Does not have enough academic or facilities data to calculate scores

Ginn Academy

Severe change

Moderate change

1. Segment 5 school (data shown reflects current facility)

2. Facilities department currently considering removing from the Master Plan due to updated enrollment projections

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High Schools

Ginn1

Collinwood

Glenville

East

Jane Addams

Success Tech

MLK Jr

PRELIMINARY

Garrett Morgan

CSA

Max Hayes

John Hay

Option Complex

John Marshall

East Tech

Kennedy

Lincoln-West

South

John Adams

Whitney Young

Rhodes

Carl F Shuler

City-wide draw

1. Ginn Academy has moved to Spellacy in Collinwood

Neighborhood HS

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agenda2
Agenda

Scoring Tool Criteria and Methodology

High School Decision Support Materials

K-8 Decision Support Materials

collinwood academic neighborhood k 8 neighborhood level summary

2,749

Collinwood

Collinwood academic neighborhoodK-8 neighborhood level summary

Basic profile

Historical enrollment1

Academic neighborhood

Collinwood

Memorial comes online

  • Enrollment

Number of K-8 schools

7

2008-09 enrollment1

2,324 students

Wards encompassed

10, 11

  • 2004-05
  • 2005-06
  • 2006-07
  • 2007-08

Report card ratings (2008-09)

Composition2 (2007-08)

Capacity

Rating

# of schools

Race

%

Method

# of students

  • Classrooms x 25
  • Classrooms x 25, adjusted for sp. ed.
  • OSFC
  • OSFC, adjusted for sp. ed.

4,100

3,425

3,128

2,479

Black

Hispanic

Caucasian

Other

TOTAL

Limited English

98

0

2

0

100

0

Above 'Continuous Improvement'

'Continuous Improvement'

'Academic Watch'

'Academic Emergency'

Not Available

0

1

2

3

1

1. 2004-2008 data from ODE website. 2008-09 from recent 4/17/2009 SIERRA/SIS enrollment report

2. Includes Collinwood High School

collinwood schools placement on matrix academic performance and building condition

90

Collinwood

Collinwood schools' placement on matrixAcademic performance and building condition
  • Co-funded in master Plan
  • Not co-funded in Master Plan
  • Academic
  • Oliver H Perry
  • Memorial Elem
  • Iowa-Maple1
  • Henry W Longfellow
  • Hannah Gibbons
  • East Clark
  • Building condition

Moderate change

Minimal change

Does not have academic data to calculate an academic score

Euclid Park

Severe change

Moderate change

1. Facilities department currently considering removing from the Master Plan due to updated enrollment projections

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Collinwood

Memorial Year Round Elem

Oliver H Perry Elem

Ginn Academy

Henry W Longfellow Elem

Forest Hill Parkway Elem

PRELIMINARY

Glenville High

Iowa-Maple Elem

Hannah Gibbons Elem

Charles H Lake Elem

Captain Arthur Roth Elem

Collinwood High

Euclid Park Elem

East Clark Elem

Kenneth Clement Male Academy

School in residence zone

School outside residence zone

Student residence

Physical asset (eg, new building)

High school

Note: Collinwood boundary lines are roughly approximated based on CMSD residential zones

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collinwood schools supporting materials

Collinwood

Collinwood schools' supporting materials

Collinwood K8's

HS

Others

Note: Kenneth Clement offered only PreK-3 in 2008-09. Additional years will phase in over time

east academic neighborhood k 8 neighborhood level summary

East

East academic neighborhoodK-8 neighborhood level summary

Basic profile

Historical enrollment1

Academic neighborhood

East

  • Enrollment

Number of K-8 schools

13

2008-09 enrollment1

3,826 students

Wards encompassed

4, 6, 7, 9, 13

  • 2004-05
  • 2005-06
  • 2006-07
  • 2007-08

Special Programs

Report card ratings (2008-09)

Composition2 (2007-08)

Capacity

  • Sunbeam has unique special education capabilities

Rating

# of schools

Race

%

Method

# of students

  • Classrooms x 25
  • Classrooms x 25, adjusted for sp. ed.
  • OSFC
  • OSFC, adjusted for sp. ed.

Above 'Continuous Improvement'

'Continuous Improvement'

'Academic Watch'

'Academic Emergency'

Not Applicable

1

0

3

8

1

Black

Hispanic

Caucasian

Other

TOTAL

Limited English

95

1

3

1

100

0

8,375

7,115

6,461

5,302

1. 2004-2008 data from ODE website. 2008-09 from recent 4/17/2009 SIERRA/SIS enrollment report. Historical enrollment for Early Childhood Elementary not listed. Assumed to be at equal to current enrollment.

2. Includes East High School

east schools placement on matrix academic performance and building condition

90

East

East schools' placement on matrixAcademic performance and building condition
  • Co-funded in Master Plan
  • Not co-funded in Master Plan
  • Academic
  • Early Childhood Development
  • Alexander Graham Bell
  • Sunbeam
  • Wade Park
  • Daniel Morgan
  • Harvey Rice
  • Buckeye-Woodland1
  • Mary B Martin
  • John D Rockefeller
  • John W Raper
  • Case
  • Mary M Bethune
  • Building condition

Moderate change

Minimal change

Does not have academic data to calculate an academic score

Willson

Severe change

Moderate change

1. Facilities department currently considering removing from the Master Plan due to updated enrollment projections

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East

Charles Lake Elem

Wade Park Elem

Empire Elem

John DRockefeller Elem

Willson Elem

Joseph Landis Elem

Michael White Elem

MLK Jr High

East High

Daniel Morgan Elem

Case Elem

PRELIMINARY

Mary MBethune Elem

Option Complex

John W Raper Elem

Early Childhood Elem

Former Ginn Academy

Mary B Martin Elem

Marion-Sterling Elem

GW Carver

Sunbeam Elem

Stokes Academy

Giddings

Alexander Graham Bell Elem

Audubon Elem

Harvey Rice Elem

Bolton

School in residence zone

School outside residence zone

Student residence

John Hay

Buckeye Woodland

CSA

Physical asset (eg, new building)

High school

Note: East boundary lines are roughly approximated based on CMSD residential zones

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east tech academic neighborhood k 8 neighborhood level summary

East Tech

East Tech academic neighborhood K-8 neighborhood level summary

Basic profile

Historical enrollment1

Academic neighborhood

East Tech

  • Enrollment

Number of K-8 schools

9

2008-09 enrollment1

3,776 students

Wards encompassed

4, 5, 6

  • 2004-05
  • 2005-06
  • 2006-07
  • 2007-08

Special Programs

Report card ratings (2008-09)

Composition (2007-08)

Capacity

  • Dike Campus is an arts and theater school

Rating

# of schools

Race

%

Method

# of students

  • Classrooms x 25
  • Classrooms x 25, adjusted for sp. ed.
  • OSFC
  • OSFC, adjusted for sp. ed.

Above 'Continuous Improvement'

'Continuous Improvement'

'Academic Watch'

'Academic Emergency'

1

0

1

7

Black

Hispanic

Caucasian

Other

TOTAL

Limited English

98

0

2

0

100

0

7,100

6,005

5,168

4,136

1. 2004-2008 data from ODE website. 2008-09 from recent 4/17/2009 SIERRA/SIS enrollment report

east tech schools placement on matrix academic performance and building condition

90

East Tech

East Tech schools' placement on matrixAcademic performance and building condition
  • Academic
  • Dike Campus
  • Anton Grdina
  • Giddings
  • GW Carver
  • Willow1
  • Bolton1
  • Stokes Academy1
  • Marion-Sterling
  • Audubon
  • Building condition

Moderate change

Minimal change

  • Co-funded in Master Plan

Severe change

Moderate change

  • Not co-funded in Master Plan

1. Facilities department currently considering removing from the Master Plan due to updated enrollment projections

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School in residence zone

Student residence

East Tech

Success Tech

Option Complex

Early Childhood

Stokes Academy

GW Carver

Mary Martin Elem

Marion-Sterling Elem

Giddings Elem

PRELIMINARY

East Tech High

Bolton Elem

Dike Campus Elem

Jane Addams

Paul Dunbar Elem

Anton Grdina Elem

Tremont

Audubon Elem

Willow Elem

Scranton

Luis MunozMarin Elem

School outside residence zone

Physical asset (eg, new building)

High school

Buhrer

Buckeye-Woodland Elem

Note: East Tech boundary lines are roughly approximated based on CMSD residential zones

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glenville academic neighborhood k 8 neighborhood level summary

Glenville

Glenville academic neighborhood K-8 neighborhood level summary

Basic profile

Historical enrollment1

Academic neighborhood

Glenville

  • Enrollment

Number of K-8 schools

8

2008-09 enrollment1

2,563 students

Wards encompassed

8, 9

  • 2004-05
  • 2005-06
  • 2006-07
  • 2007-08

Report card ratings (2008-09)

Composition2 (2007-08)

Capacity

Rating

# of schools

Race

%

Method

# of students

  • Classrooms x 25
  • Classrooms x 25, adjusted for sp. ed.
  • OSFC
  • OSFC, adjusted for sp. ed.

Above 'Continuous Improvement'

'Continuous Improvement'

'Academic Watch'

'Academic Emergency'

0

0

4

4

Black

Hispanic

Caucasian

Other

TOTAL

Limited English

100

0

0

0

100

0

6,650

5,825

5,058

4,280

1. 2004-2008 data from ODE website. 2008-09 from recent 4/17/2009 SIERRA/SIS enrollment report

2. Includes Glenville High School

glenville schools placement on matrix academic performance and building condition

90

Glenville

Glenville schools' placement on matrixAcademic performance and building condition
  • Academic
  • Captain Arthur Roth
  • Joseph F Landis
  • Michael R. White
  • Empire3
  • Franklin D. Roosevelt
  • Patrick Henry
  • Forest Hill Parkway2,3
  • Charles H Lake1
  • Building condition

Moderate change

Minimal change

  • Not co-funded in Master Plan
  • Co-funded in Master Plan

Severe change

Moderate change

1. Charles H Lake Elementary is currently merging with FDR. All calculations, however, use Charles H Lake's Elementary's new building data is being used for capacity and building condition data. 2. Segment 5 school (data shown reflects current facility) 3. Facilities department currently considering removing from the Master Plan due to updated enrollment projections

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School in residence zone

School outside residence zone

Student residence

Glenville

Iowa-Maple Elem

Collinwood High

Kenneth Clement Male Academy

Charles H Lake Elem

Franklin D Roosevelt

Empire Elem

Euclid Park Elem

PRELIMINARY

Michael White Elem

Joseph Landis Elem

Forest Hill Parkway Elem

East High

Captain Arthur Roth Elem

Glenville High

Patrick Henry Elem

Mary Bethune Elem

Daniel Morgan Elem

Physical asset (eg, new building)

High school

Note: Glenville boundary lines are roughly approximated based on CMSD residential zones

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john adams academic neighborhood k 8 neighborhood level summary

John Adams

John Adams academic neighborhood K-8 neighborhood level summary

Basic profile

Historical enrollment1

Academic neighborhood

John Adams

  • Enrollment

Rickoff comes online

Number of K-8 schools

8

2008-09 enrollment1

3,174 students

Wards encompassed

2, 3, 4

  • 2004-05
  • 2005-06
  • 2006-07
  • 2007-08

Report card ratings (2008-09)

Composition2 (2007-08)

Capacity

Rating

# of schools

Race

%

Method

# of students

  • Classrooms x 25
  • Classrooms x 25, adjusted for sp. ed.
  • OSFC
  • OSFC, adjusted for sp. ed.

Above 'Continuous Improvement'

'Continuous Improvement'

'Academic Watch'

'Academic Emergency'

0

0

0

8

Black

Hispanic

Caucasian

Other

TOTAL

Limited English

100

0

0

0

100

0

5,1503

4,3553

4,224

3,378

1. 2004-2008 data from ODE website. 2008-09 from recent 4/17/2009 SIERRA/SIS enrollment report

2. Includes John Adams High School

3. Classroom capacity unavailable for new Miles Elementary

john adams schools placement on matrix academic performance and building condition

90

John Adams

John Adams schools' placement on matrixAcademic performance and building condition
  • Academic
  • Rickoff
  • Charles Dickens
  • Robert Fulton
  • Miles
  • Paul Revere
  • Robert H Jamison
  • Woodland Hills2
  • Nathan Hale
  • Building condition

Moderate change

Minimal change

  • Co-funded in Master Plan

Severe change

Moderate change

  • Not co-funded in Master Plan

1. Miles Elem is a segment 5 school. Due to moving and construction commitments, the new facility data is used for capacity and building conditions calculations.

2. Facilities department currently considering removing from the Master Plan due to updated enrollment projections

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School in residence zone

School outside residence zone

Student residence

John Adams

Bolton Elem

Buckeye-Woodland Elem

Audubon Elem

Woodland Hills Elem

Anton Grdina Elem

Nathan Hale Elem

PRELIMINARY

Paul Revere Elem

Union Elem

Robert Fulton Elem

Mound Elem

Andrew J Rickoff Elem

Adlai Stevenson Elem

South High

Charles Dickens Elem

Fullerton Elem

Whitney Young HS

AB Hart Elem

JFK High

Miles Elem

Robert H Jamison Elem

Charles Eliot Elem

Gracement Elem

John Adams High

Physical asset (eg, new building)

High school

Note: John Adams boundary lines are roughly approximated based on CMSD residential zones

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john adams schools supporting materials

John Adams

John Adams schools' supporting materials

John Adams' K8's

HS

Others

1. Miles Elem is a segment 5 school. Due to moving and construction commitments, the new facility data is used for capacity and building conditions calculations.

kennedy academic neighborhood k 8 neighborhood level summary

Kennedy

Kennedy academic neighborhood K-8 neighborhood level summary

Basic profile

Historical enrollment1

Academic neighborhood

Kennedy

  • Enrollment

Number of K-8 schools

4

2008-09 enrollment1

1,395 students

Wards encompassed

1

  • 2004-05
  • 2005-06
  • 2006-07
  • 2007-08

Report card ratings (2008-09)

Composition2 (2007-08)

Capacity

Rating

# of schools

Race

%

Method

# of students

  • Classrooms x 25
  • Classrooms x 25, adjusted for sp. ed.
  • OSFC
  • OSFC, adjusted for sp. ed.

Above 'Continuous Improvement'

'Continuous Improvement'

'Academic Watch'

'Academic Emergency'

0

0

0

4

Black

Hispanic

Caucasian

Other

TOTAL

Limited English

99

0

1

0

100

0

2,625

2,175

2,004

1,571

1. 2004-2008 data from ODE website. 2008-09 from recent 4/17/2009 SIERRA/SIS enrollment report

2. Includes JFK High School and Whitney Young High School

kennedy schools placement on matrix academic performance and building condition

90

Kennedy

Kennedy schools' placement on matrixAcademic performance and building condition
  • Academic
  • Gracemount
  • Adlai Stevenson
  • Emile B Desauze
  • Charles W Eliot
  • Building condition

Moderate change

Minimal change

  • Co-funded in Master Plan

Severe change

Moderate change

  • Not co-funded in Master Plan
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School in residence zone

School outside residence zone

Student residence

Kennedy

Charles Dickens Elem

John Adams High

Robert Fulton Elem

Nathan Hale Elem

Gracemount Elem

Andrew J Rickoff Elem

John F Kenndy High

Paul Revere Elem

PRELIMINARY

Adlai StevensonElem

Whitney Young High

Charles WEliot Elem

Emile BDesauze Elem

Miles Elem

Robert HJamison Elem

1 mile

Physical asset (eg, new building)

High school

Note: Kennedy boundary lines are roughly approximated based on CMSD residential zones

CMSD Strategic Development Initiative

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lincoln west academic neighborhood k 8 neighborhood level summary

Lincoln-West

Lincoln-West academic neighborhoodK-8 neighborhood level summary

Basic profile

Historical enrollment1

Academic neighborhood

Lincoln-West

  • Enrollment

Number of K-8 schools

9

2008-09 enrollment1

4,066 students

Wards encompassed

13, 14, 17

  • 2004-05
  • 2005-06
  • 2006-07
  • 2007-08

Report card ratings (2008-09)

Special Programs

Composition2 (2007-08)

Capacity

  • Buhrer dual language program
  • Orchard science program
  • Garrett Morgan science program

Rating

# of schools

Race

%

Method

# of students

  • Classrooms x 25
  • Classrooms x 25, adjusted for sp. ed.
  • OSFC
  • OSFC, adjusted for sp. ed.

Above 'Continuous Improvement'

'Continuous Improvement'

'Academic Watch'

'Academic Emergency'

1

1

4

3

Black

Hispanic

Caucasian

Other

TOTAL

Limited English

27

50

20

3

100

30

6,950

5,840

5,186

4,136

1. 2004-2008 data from ODE website. 2008-09 from recent 4/17/2009 SIERRA/SIS enrollment report

2. Includes Lincoln-West High School

lincoln west schools placement on matrix academic performance and building condition

90

Lincoln-West

Lincoln-West schools' placement on matrixAcademic performance and building condition
  • Co-funded in Master Plan
  • Academic
  • Clark
  • Orchard School1
  • Waverly
  • Walton
  • Paul Dunbar1
  • Scranton
  • Buhrer
  • Luis Munoz Marin
  • Building condition

Moderate change

Minimal change

Does not have academic data to calculate an academic score

Thomas Jefferson

Severe change

Moderate change

1. Segment 5 school (data shown reflects current facility)

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School in residence zone

Student residence

Lincoln-West

Max Hayes

Garrett Morgan School of science

Joseph M Gallagher Elem

Marion CSeltzer Elem

Watterson-Lake Elem

Waverly Elem

Louisa May Alcott Elem

Paul LDunbar Elem

Booker Elem

PRELIMINARY

Orchard Elem

Tremont

Scranton Elem

Almira Elem

Luis MunozMarin Elem

Buhrer

Walton

Clark Elem

McKinley Elem

Lincoln-West High

Wilbur Wright Elem

School outside residence zone

Thomas Jefferson

Denison Elem

Physical asset (eg, new building)

High school

Note: Lincoln-West boundary lines are roughly approximated based on CMSD residential zones

CMSD Strategic Development Initiative

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marshall academic neighborhood k 8 neighborhood level summary

7,234

Marshall

Marshall academic neighborhoodK-8 neighborhood level summary

Basic profile

Historical enrollment1

Academic neighborhood

Marshall

  • Enrollment

Number of K-8 schools

16

2008-09 enrollment1

7,338 students

Wards encompassed

17, 18, 19, 20, 21

  • 2004-05
  • 2005-06
  • 2006-07
  • 2007-08

Composition2 (2007-08)

Report card ratings (2008-09)

Special Programs

Capacity

  • Riverside gifted program
  • Newton D Baker arts program

Rating

# of schools

Race

%

Method

# of students

  • Classrooms x 25
  • Classrooms x 25, adjusted for sp. ed.
  • OSFC
  • OSFC, adjusted for sp. ed.

Above 'Continuous Improvement'

'Continuous Improvement'

'Academic Watch'

'Academic Emergency'

N/A

2

5

5

3

1

Black

Hispanic

Caucasian

Other

TOTAL

Limited English

37

18

37

7

100

7

10,950

8,745

8,355

6,260

1. 2004-2008 data from ODE website. 2008-09 from recent 4/17/2009 SIERRA/SIS enrollment report.

2. Includes Marshall High School and Carl F Shuler High School

marshall schools placement on matrix academic performance and building condition

90

Marshall

Marshall schools' placement on matrixAcademic performance and building condition
  • Co-funded in Master Plan
  • Not co-funded in Master Plan
  • Academic
  • Riverside
  • Louisa May Alcott
  • Newton D Baker School Of Arts
  • Louis Agassiz
  • Clara E Westropp
  • Marion C Seltzer
  • Watterson-Lake2
  • McKinley
  • Artemus Ward
  • Almira1
  • Wilbur Wright3
  • Robinson G Jones
  • H Barbara Booker
  • Brooklawn
  • Joseph M Gallagher
  • Building condition

Moderate change

Minimal change

Does not have academic data to calculate an academic score

Garfield

Severe change

Moderate change

1. Segment 5 school (data shown reflects current facility)

2. Facilities department currently considering removing from the Master Plan due to updated enrollment projections

3. Facilities department currently considering adding to the Master Plan due to updated enrollment projections

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Marshall

Watterson Lake

Louisa May Alcott

Marion CSeltzer Elem

Wilbur Wright Middle

Riverside Elem

McKinley Elem

Gallagher Elem

Garfield Elem

PRELIMINARY

John Marshall High

Newton D Baker School of Arts

Valley View Male Academy

Douglas MacArthur

Booker

Clara E Westropp Elem

AlmiraElem

1 mile

Artemus Ward

Carl FShuler High

Brooklawn Elem

Louis Agassiz Elem

RG Jones

School in residence zone

School outside residence zone

Student residence

Physical asset (eg, new building)

High school

Note: Marshall boundary lines are roughly approximated based on CMSD residential zones

CMSD Strategic Development Initiative

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marshall schools scoring tool results

Marshall

Marshall schools' scoring tool results

Marshall K8's

HS

Others

Note: Gender academies offered only PreK-3 in 2008-09. Additional years will phase in over time

rhodes academic neighborhood k 8 neighborhood level summary

Rhodes

Rhodes academic neighborhoodK-8 neighborhood level summary

Basic profile

Historical enrollment1

Academic neighborhood

Rhodes

  • Enrollment

Number of K-8 schools

4

2008-09 enrollment1

2,447 students

Wards encompassed

15, 16

  • 2004-05
  • 2005-06
  • 2006-07
  • 2007-08

Report card ratings (2008-09)

Composition2 (2007-08)

Capacity

Rating

# of schools

Race

Method

# of students

%

Above 'Continuous Improvement'

'Continuous Improvement'

'Academic Watch'

'Academic Emergency'

0

2

2

0

  • Classrooms x 25
  • Classrooms x 25, adjusted for sp. ed.
  • OSFC
  • OSFC, adjusted for sp. ed.

Black

Hispanic

Caucasian

Other

TOTAL

Limited English

3,650

2,900

2,796

2,088

22

20

54

4

100

2

1. 2004-2008 data from ODE website. 2008-09 from recent 4/17/2009 SIERRA/SIS enrollment report

2. Includes Rhodes High School

rhodes schools placement on matrix academic performance and building condition

90

Rhodes

Rhodes schools' placement on matrixAcademic performance and building condition
  • Academic
  • William C Bryant
  • Benjamin Franklin
  • Denison
  • Charles A Mooney1
  • Building condition

Moderate change

Minimal change

  • Co-funded in Master Plan

Severe change

Moderate change

  • Not co-funded in Master Plan

1. Segment 5 school (data shown reflects current facility)

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School in residence zone

Student residence

Rhodes

Walton

Scranton Elem

Booker

Clark Elem

PRELIMINARY

Luis MunozMarin Elem

Thomas Jefferson

Lincoln-West High

Denison Elem

Benjamin Franklin Elem

Charles A Mooney Elem

James Ford Rhodes High

William C Bryant Elem

School outside residence zone

Physical asset (eg, new building)

High school

Note: Rhodes boundary lines are roughly approximated based on CMSD residential zones

CMSD Strategic Development Initiative

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south academic neighborhood k 8 neighborhood level summary

South

South academic neighborhood K-8 neighborhood level summary

Basic profile

Historical enrollment1

Academic neighborhood

South

  • Enrollment

Number of K-8 schools

5

2008-09 enrollment1

1,712 students

Wards encompassed

2, 12

  • 2004-05
  • 2005-06
  • 2006-07
  • 2007-08

Report card ratings (2008-09)

Composition2 (2007-08)

Capacity

Rating

# of schools

Race

%

Method

# of students

  • Classrooms x 25
  • Classrooms x 25, adjusted for sp. ed.
  • OSFC
  • OSFC, adjusted for sp. ed.

Above 'Continuous Improvement'

'Continuous Improvement'

'Academic Watch'

'Academic Emergency'

0

0

1

4

Black

Hispanic

Caucasian

Other

TOTAL

Limited English

84

1

15

0

100

0

3,275

2,750

2,606

2,102

1. 2004-2008 data from ODE website. 2008-09 from recent 4/17/2009 SIERRA/SIS enrollment report

2. Includes South High School

south schools placement on matrix academic performance and building condition

90

South

South schools' placement on matrixAcademic performance and building condition
  • Academic
  • Mound
  • Fullerton1
  • Albert B Hart
  • Union
  • Miles Park
  • Building condition

Moderate change

Minimal change

  • Co-funded in Master Plan

Severe change

Moderate change

  • No co-funded in Master plan

1. Funded only by LFI dollars (i.e., no co-funding from OSFC)

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South

PRELIMINARY

Union

Mound

South High

Fullerton

AB Hart

Miles Park

1 mile

Warner

Note: South boundary lines are roughly approximated based on CMSD residential zones; Warner excess capacity primarily will gradually be filled as upper grades are populated

CMSD Strategic Development Initiative

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south schools scoring tool results

South

South schools' scoring tool results

South K8's

HS

Others

1. Warner offered only PreK-3 in 2008-09. Additional years will phase in over time

city wide draw schools k 8 level summary

City-wide

City-wide draw schoolsK-8 level summary

Basic profile

Historical enrollment1

Academic neighborhood

City-wide draws

  • Enrollment

Number of K-8 schools

5

2008-09 enrollment1

1,105 students

n/a

Wards encompassed

All

  • 2004-05
  • 2005-06
  • 2006-07
  • 2007-08

Report card ratings (2008-09)

Composition2 (2007-08)

Capacity

Rating

# of schools

Race

%

Method

# of students

Above 'Continuous Improvement'

'Continuous Improvement'

'Academic Watch'

'Academic Emergency'

3

2

0

0

  • Classrooms x 25
  • Classrooms x 25, adjusted for sp. ed.
  • OSFC
  • OSFC, adjusted for sp. ed.

Black

Hispanic

Caucasian

Other

TOTAL

Limited English

85

6

9

1

100

2

2,700

2,475

2,310

2,135

1. 2004-2008 data from ODE website. 2008-09 from recent 4/17/2009 SIERRA/SIS enrollment report

2. Includes city-wide high schools (CSA, SuccessTech, Ginn Academy, Option Complex, MLK Jr High, Garrett Morgan, Max Hayes, Jane Addams, and John Hay)

city wide draw schools placement on matrix academic performance and building condition

90

City-wide

City-wide draw schools' placement on matrixAcademic performance and building condition
  • Not co-funded in Master Plan
  • Academic
  • Tremont
  • Building condition

Moderate change

Minimal change

Warner

Do not have enough academic data to calculate an academic score

Kenneth Clement

Severe change

Moderate change

Valley View

Douglas MacArthur

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City-wide

High School

K-8 school

Kenneth Clement Boys Academy

Option Complex

Collinwood

Ginn Academy

Martin Luther King Jr High

PRELIMINARY

Glenville

East

Cleveland School of the Arts High

Max S Hayes High

Success Tech Academy

John Hay High

Lincoln-West

Douglas MacArthur Girls Academy

East Tech

John Adams

Jane Addams

Marshall

Kennedy

South

Warner Female Academy

Rhodes

Garrett Morgan

Tremont Elem

Valley View Boys Academy

2 miles

Physical asset (eg, new building)

High school

Note: City-wide boundary lines are roughly approximated based on CMSD residential zones

CMSD Strategic Development Initiative

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city wide draw schools scoring tool results

City-wide

City-wide draw schools' scoring tool results

City-wide draw HS's

City-wide K8's

Note: Gender academies offered only PreK-3 in 2008-09. Additional years will phase in over time; John Hay offered only grades 9-11 in 2008-09, and has added 12th grade this year (2009-10)

agenda3
Agenda
  • Current Master Plan
  • Historical report card ratings
  • Neighborhood details
scoring tool uses nine criteria

Scoring system

Scoring tool uses nine criteria

Category

Criteria

Description

  • Report card rating
  • Performance Index (PI) trend
  • Facilities Condition Index
  • Conditions for Learning Survey
  • Teacher attendance rate
  • Student attendance rate
  • Major safety incidents
  • Capacity utilization
  • Enrollment trend
  • Ohio report card designation
  • 3-year CAGR for PI (2005-08)
  • Ratio of cost to renovate to cost to rebuild facility
  • Survey of student perception of four school environment categories
  • Current rate of teacher attendance
  • Current rate of student attendance
  • Major safety incidents / 100 students
  • % of capacity used by enrolled students
  • 3-year CAGR2 for school enrollment (2005-2008)

Academic performance (40%)

1

2

Building condition

(20%)

3

Performance drivers

(20%)

4

5

6

7

Facility demand

(20%)

8

9

agenda4
Agenda
  • Current Master Plan
  • Historical report card ratings
  • Neighborhood details
agenda5
Agenda
  • Scoring tool criteria
  • Current Master Plan
  • Historical report card ratings
  • Neighborhood details
school report card ratings 2005 09 i by academic neighborhood
School report card ratings, 2005-09 (I)By academic neighborhood

OH report card designation (2005-06)

OH report card designation (2006-07)

OH report card designation (2007-08)

OH report card designation (2008-09)

School

Cleveland School Of The Arts

Douglas Macarthur

Garrett Morgan Schl Of Science

Ginn Academy

Jane Addams Business Careers

John Hay High

Kenneth Clement Male Academy

Martin Luther King Jr High

Max S Hayes High

Option Complex High

SuccessTech Academy High

Tremont

Valleyview Male Academy

Warner

Collinwood High

East Clark

Euclid Park

Hannah Gibbons

Henry W Longfellow

Iowa-Maple

Memorial Year Round

Oliver H Perry

Effective

N/A

Effective

N/A

Effective

N/A

N/A

Academic Emergency

Academic Watch

Academic Watch

Effective

Continuous Improvement

N/A

N/A

Academic Emergency

Academic Emergency

Academic Emergency

Academic Emergency

Continuous Improvement

Academic Emergency

Academic Watch

Academic Watch

Effective

N/A

Effective

N/A

Continuous Improvement

N/A

N/A

Continuous Improvement

Continuous Improvement

N/A

Continuous Improvement

Continuous Improvement

N/A

N/A

Continuous Improvement

Academic Emergency

Academic Emergency

Academic Emergency

Academic Watch

Continuous Improvement

Academic Watch

Continuous Improvement

Effective

N/A

Excellent

Continuous Improvement

Academic Watch

N/A

N/A

Academic Watch

Academic Watch

Academic Emergency

Continuous Improvement

Academic Watch

N/A

N/A

Academic Watch

Academic Emergency

N/A

Academic Emergency

Academic Emergency

Academic Watch

Continuous Improvement

Continuous Improvement

Excellent

Effective

Effective

Continuous Improvement

Continuous Improvement

Excellent

Continuous Improvement

Continuous Improvement

Continuous Improvement

Academic Emergency

Continuous Improvement

Continuous Improvement

Excellent

Excellent

Academic Watch

Academic Emergency

N/A

Academic Emergency

Academic Watch

Academic Emergency

Academic Watch

Continuous Improvement

City-wide draw

Collinwood

Note: Schools without a 2008-09 school report card rating have been omitted

Source: CMSD academic data

school report card ratings 2005 09 ii by academic neighborhood
School report card ratings, 2005-09 (II)By academic neighborhood

OH report card designation (2005-06)

OH report card designation (2006-07)

OH report card designation (2007-08)

OH report card designation (2008-09)

School

Alexander Graham Bell

Buckeye-Woodland

Case

Daniel Morgan

Early Childhood Development

East High

Harvey Rice

John D Rockefeller

John W Raper

Mary B Martin

Mary M Bethune

Sunbeam

Wade Park

Willson

Anton Grdina

Audubon

Bolton

Dike Campus

East Technical High

George Washington Carver

Giddings

Marion-Sterling

Stokes Academy

Willow

Continuous Improvement

Academic Watch

Academic Emergency

Academic Watch

Academic Emergency

Academic Emergency

Academic Emergency

Academic Emergency

Academic Emergency

N/A

Academic Emergency

Continuous Improvement

Academic Emergency

N/A

Academic Emergency

Academic Emergency

Academic Emergency

Academic Emergency

Academic Emergency

Academic Watch

Continuous Improvement

Academic Emergency

Academic Emergency

Academic Emergency

Continuous Improvement

Continuous Improvement

Academic Watch

Continuous Improvement

Academic Watch

Academic Emergency

Continuous Improvement

Continuous Improvement

Continuous Improvement

Academic Watch

Academic Emergency

Continuous Improvement

Academic Emergency

N/A

Continuous Improvement

Academic Emergency

Continuous Improvement

Continuous Improvement

Academic Emergency

Academic Watch

Continuous Improvement

Continuous Improvement

Academic Emergency

Continuous Improvement

Continuous Improvement

Academic Emergency

Academic Emergency

Academic Emergency

Excellent

Academic Emergency

Academic Emergency

Academic Emergency

Academic Emergency

Academic Emergency

Academic Emergency

Continuous Improvement

Academic Emergency

N/A

Academic Watch

Academic Emergency

Academic Emergency

Effective

Academic Emergency

Academic Watch

Academic Emergency

Academic Emergency

Academic Emergency

Academic Emergency

Academic Watch

Academic Watch

Academic Emergency

Academic Emergency

Effective

Academic Emergency

Academic Emergency

Academic Emergency

Academic Emergency

Academic Emergency

Academic Emergency

Academic Watch

Academic Emergency

N/A

Academic Emergency

Academic Emergency

Academic Emergency

Effective

Academic Watch

Academic Emergency

Academic Watch

Academic Emergency

Academic Emergency

Academic Emergency

East

East Tech

Note: Schools without a 2008-09 school report card rating have been omitted

Source: CMSD academic data

school report card ratings 2005 09 iii by academic neighborhood
School report card ratings, 2005-09 (III)By academic neighborhood

OH report card designation (2005-06)

OH report card designation (2006-07)

OH report card designation (2007-08)

OH report card designation (2008-09)

School

Captain Arthur Roth

Charles H Lake

Empire Computech

Forest Hill Parkway

Franklin D. Roosevelt

Glenville High

Joseph F Landis

Michael R. White

Patrick Henry

Andrew J Rickoff

Charles Dickens

John Adams High

Miles

Nathan Hale

Paul Revere

Robert Fulton

Robert H Jamison

Woodland Hills

Adlai Stevenson

Charles W Eliot

Emile B Desauze

Gracemount

John F Kennedy High

Whitney Young High

Academic Emergency

Academic Emergency

Academic Watch

Academic Watch

Academic Emergency

Academic Emergency

Academic Watch

Academic Watch

Academic Emergency

Academic Emergency

Academic Emergency

N/A

Academic Emergency

Academic Emergency

Continuous Improvement

Academic Emergency

Academic Emergency

Academic Emergency

Academic Emergency

Continuous Improvement

Academic Watch

Academic Watch

Academic Emergency

Effective

Continuous Improvement

Academic Emergency

Academic Watch

Continuous Improvement

Continuous Improvement

Academic Watch

Academic Watch

Continuous Improvement

Academic Emergency

Academic Emergency

Continuous Improvement

Academic Watch

Academic Emergency

Academic Emergency

Academic Emergency

Continuous Improvement

Academic Watch

Academic Emergency

Academic Emergency

Academic Emergency

Continuous Improvement

Academic Emergency

Continuous Improvement

Effective

Academic Watch

Academic Emergency

Academic Watch

Academic Watch

Academic Emergency

Academic Emergency

Academic Watch

Academic Watch

Academic Emergency

Academic Emergency

Academic Emergency

Academic Emergency

Academic Emergency

Academic Emergency

Academic Emergency

Academic Emergency

Academic Emergency

Academic Emergency

Academic Emergency

Academic Emergency

Academic Emergency

Academic Emergency

Academic Emergency

Effective

Academic Watch

Academic Emergency

Academic Watch

Academic Emergency

Academic Emergency

Academic Emergency

Academic Watch

Academic Watch

Academic Emergency

Academic Emergency

Academic Emergency

Academic Emergency

Academic Emergency

Academic Emergency

Academic Emergency

Academic Emergency

Academic Emergency

Academic Emergency

Academic Emergency

Academic Emergency

Academic Emergency

Academic Emergency

Academic Watch

Excellent

Glenville

John Adams

Kennedy

Note: Schools without a 2008-09 school report card rating have been omitted

Source: CMSD academic data

school report card ratings 2005 09 iv by academic neighborhood
School report card ratings, 2005-09 (IV)By academic neighborhood

OH report card designation (2005-06)

OH report card designation (2006-07)

OH report card designation (2007-08)

OH report card designation (2008-09)

School

Buhrer

Clark

Lincoln-West High

Luis Munoz Marin

Orchard School Of Science

Paul L Dunbar

Scranton

Thomas Jefferson

Walton

Waverly

Almira

Artemus Ward

Brooklawn

Carl F Shuler High

Clara E Westropp

Garfield

H Barbara Booker

John Marshall High

Joseph M Gallagher

Louis Agassiz

Louisa May Alcott

Marion C Seltzer

McKinley

Newton D Baker School Of Arts

Riverside

Robinson G Jones

Watterson-Lake

Wilbur Wright

Academic Watch

Academic Emergency

Academic Watch

Academic Emergency

Continuous Improvement

Continuous Improvement

Academic Watch

N/A

Academic Emergency

Continuous Improvement

Academic Watch

Academic Watch

Academic Emergency

Continuous Improvement

Continuous Improvement

N/A

Continuous Improvement

Academic Watch

Academic Emergency

Continuous Improvement

Continuous Improvement

Continuous Improvement

Academic Watch

Effective

Effective

Continuous Improvement

Continuous Improvement

Academic Watch

Academic Watch

Academic Watch

Continuous Improvement

Continuous Improvement

Continuous Improvement

Continuous Improvement

Academic Watch

N/A

Academic Emergency

Academic Watch

Academic Watch

Continuous Improvement

Academic Watch

Continuous Improvement

Continuous Improvement

N/A

Academic Watch

Continuous Improvement

Academic Watch

Continuous Improvement

Excellent

Continuous Improvement

Academic Watch

Continuous Improvement

Effective

Continuous Improvement

Continuous Improvement

Academic Watch

Academic Emergency

Continuous Improvement

Academic Watch

Academic Emergency

Continuous Improvement

Academic Watch

Academic Watch

N/A

Academic Emergency

Academic Watch

Academic Watch

Academic Watch

Academic Emergency

Continuous Improvement

Continuous Improvement

N/A

Academic Watch

Continuous Improvement

Academic Emergency

Continuous Improvement

Effective

Academic Watch

Academic Watch

Effective

Excellent

Academic Watch

Academic Watch

Academic Watch

Academic Emergency

Continuous Improvement

Academic Watch

Academic Emergency

Academic Watch

Academic Watch

Academic Emergency

N/A

Academic Watch

Academic Watch

Academic Watch

Academic Watch

Academic Emergency

Continuous Improvement

Continuous Improvement

N/A

Academic Emergency

Continuous Improvement

Academic Emergency

Continuous Improvement

Effective

Continuous Improvement

Academic Watch

Continuous Improvement

Effective

Academic Watch

Continuous Improvement

Academic Watch

Lincoln-West

Marshall

Note: Schools without a 2008-09 school report card rating have been omitted

Source: CMSD academic data

school report card ratings 2005 09 v by academic neighborhood
School report card ratings, 2005-09 (V)By academic neighborhood

OH report card designation (2005-06)

OH report card designation (2006-07)

OH report card designation (2007-08)

OH report card designation (2008-09)

School

Benjamin Franklin

Charles A Mooney

Denison

James Ford Rhodes High

William C Bryant

Albert B Hart

Fullerton

Miles Park

Mound

South High

Union

Effective

Academic Watch

Continuous Improvement

Continuous Improvement

Continuous Improvement

Academic Emergency

Academic Watch

Continuous Improvement

Academic Emergency

Academic Emergency

Academic Watch

Effective

Continuous Improvement

Academic Watch

Continuous Improvement

Continuous Improvement

Continuous Improvement

Academic Emergency

Continuous Improvement

Academic Watch

Continuous Improvement

Continuous Improvement

Continuous Improvement

Academic Watch

Continuous Improvement

Continuous Improvement

Continuous Improvement

Academic Emergency

Academic Emergency

Academic Emergency

Academic Watch

Academic Emergency

Academic Emergency

Continuous Improvement

Academic Watch

Academic Watch

Continuous Improvement

Continuous Improvement

Academic Emergency

Academic Emergency

Academic Emergency

Academic Watch

Academic Emergency

Academic Emergency

Rhodes

South

Note: Schools without a 2008-09 school report card rating have been omitted

Source: CMSD academic data

agenda6
Agenda
  • Current Master Plan
  • Historical report card ratings
  • Neighborhood details
additional high school detail i

High Schools

Additional high school detail (I)

1. Represents total utilities, maintenance, repairs, busses, and lunchroom expenses. Not a per student calculation.

additional high school detail ii

High Schools

Additional high school detail (II)

1. Capacity reflects special education adjustments.

Note: "New" represents facilities that have been rebuilt or renovated in the last 5 years according to the Master Plan; Ginn Academy data currently unavailable

additional collinwood neighborhood detail i

Collinwood

Additional Collinwood neighborhood detail (I)

1. Represents total utilities, maintenance, repairs, busses, and lunchroom expenses. Not a per student calculation.

additional collinwood neighborhood detail ii

Collinwood

Additional Collinwood neighborhood detail (II)

1. Capacity reflects special education adjustments.

Note: "New" represents facilities that have been rebuilt or renovated in the last 5 years according to the Master Plan

additional east neighborhood detail i

East

Additional East neighborhood detail (I)

1. Represents total utilities, maintenance, repairs, busses, and lunchroom expenses. Not a per student calculation.

2. Facilities department currently considering removing from the Master Plan due to updated enrollment projections

additional east neighborhood detail ii

East

Additional East neighborhood detail (II)

1. Capacity reflects special education adjustments.

Note: "New" represents facilities that have been rebuilt or renovated in the last 5 years according to the Master Plan

additional east tech neighborhood detail i

East Tech

Additional East Tech neighborhood detail (I)

1. Represents total utilities, maintenance, repairs, busses, and lunchroom expenses. Not a per student calculation.

2. Facilities department currently considering removing from the Master Plan due to updated enrollment projections

additional east tech neighborhood detail ii

East Tech

Additional East Tech neighborhood detail (II)

1. Capacity reflects special education adjustments.

Note: "New" represents facilities that have been rebuilt or renovated in the last 5 years according to the Master Plan

additional glenville neighborhood detail i

Glenville

Additional Glenville neighborhood detail (I)

1. Represents total utilities, maintenance, repairs, busses, and lunchroom expenses. Not a per student calculation.

2. Only one will be funded by Master Plan

3. Facilities department currently considering removing from the Master Plan due to updated enrollment projections

additional glenville neighborhood detail ii

Glenville

Additional Glenville neighborhood detail (II)

1. Capacity reflects special education adjustments.

Note: "New" represents facilities that have been rebuilt or renovated in the last 5 years according to the Master Plan

additional john adams neighborhood detail i

John Adams

Additional John Adams neighborhood detail (I)

1. Represents total utilities, maintenance, repairs, busses, and lunchroom expenses. Not a per student calculation.

2. Miles Elem is a segment 5 school. Due to moving and construction commitments, the new facility data is used for capacity and building conditions calculations.

3. Facilities department currently considering removing from the Master Plan due to updated enrollment projections

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John Adams

Additional John Adams neighborhood detail (II)

1. Capacity reflects special education adjustments.

2. Miles Elem is a segment 5 school. Due to moving and construction commitments, the new facility data is used for capacity and building conditions calculations.

Note: "New" represents facilities that have been rebuilt or renovated in the last 5 years according to the Master Plan

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Kennedy

Additional Kennedy neighborhood detail (I)

1. Represents total utilities, maintenance, repairs, busses, and lunchroom expenses. Not a per student calculation.

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Kennedy

Additional Kennedy neighborhood detail (II)

1. Capacity reflects special education adjustments.

Note: "New" represents facilities that have been rebuilt or renovated in the last 5 years according to the Master Plan; Ginn Academy data currently unavailable

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Lincoln-West

Additional Lincoln-West neighborhood detail (I)

1. Represents total utilities, maintenance, repairs, busses, and lunchroom expenses. Not a per student calculation.

2. Facilities department currently considering removing from the Master Plan due to updated enrollment projections

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Lincoln-West

Additional Lincoln-West neighborhood detail (II)

1. Capacity reflects special education adjustments.

Note: "New" represents facilities that have been rebuilt or renovated in the last 5 years according to the Master Plan

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Marshall

Additional Marshall neighborhood detail (I)

1. Represents total utilities, maintenance, repairs, busses, and lunchroom expenses. Not a per student calculation.

2. Only part of building is under landmark status. New building has been constructed around the landmark structure.

3. Facilities department currently considering removing from the Master Plan due to updated enrollment projections

Note: Garfield Elem data currently unavailable

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Marshall

Additional Marshall neighborhood detail (II)

1. Capacity reflects special education adjustments.

Note: "New" represents facilities that have been rebuilt or renovated in the last 5 years according to the Master Plan; Garfield Elem data currently unavailable

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Rhodes

Additional Rhodes neighborhood detail (I)

1. Represents total utilities, maintenance, repairs, busses, and lunchroom expenses. Not a per student calculation.

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Rhodes

Additional Rhodes neighborhood detail (II)

1. Capacity reflects special education adjustments.

Note: "New" represents facilities that have been rebuilt or renovated in the last 5 years according to the Master Plan

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South

Additional South neighborhood detail

1. Represents total utilities, maintenance, repairs, busses, and lunchroom expenses. Not a per student calculation.

2. Washington Park Greenhouse not on South High site

3. Capacity reflects special education adjustments.

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City-wide

Additional city-wide draw detail (I)

1. Represents total utilities, maintenance, repairs, busses, and lunchroom expenses. Not a per student calculation.

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City-wide

Additional city-wide draw detail (II)

1. Capacity reflects special education adjustments.

Note: "New" represents facilities that have been rebuilt or renovated in the last 5 years according to the Master Plan; Ginn Academy data currently unavailable; Several city-wide draws were still phasing in grades at the time of this calculation