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Woodlin Elementary. State of the School Annual Summary of Data and Results leading into the 2012-2013 School Year. Together We Explore, Learn, and Succeed. Woodlin Performance Data. Enrollment Trends Population Demographics mClass Reading Reading benchmark testing-Grades K, 1, 2

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Woodlin elementary
Woodlin Elementary

State of the School

Annual Summary of Data and Results

leading into the 2012-2013 School Year


Woodlin performance data

Together We Explore,

Learn, and Succeed

Woodlin Performance Data

  • Enrollment Trends

  • Population Demographics

  • mClass Reading

    Reading benchmark testing-Grades K, 1, 2

  • MAP-R

    Measures of Academic Progress in Reading –Grades 3, 4, 5

  • MSA

    Maryland School Assessment-Grades 3, 4, 5

  • Math Unit

    By course enrollment based on end of year mastery-Discontinued

  • TN2

    Terra Nova Two-Grade 2-Discontinued

  • Climate Survey Data

    Annual survey-staff, random sample of parents, grade 3, 5 students



2012 2013 demographic data
2012-2013Demographic Data


2012 special populations
2012 Special Populations


Reading end of year benchmarks mclass data
Reading End of Year BenchmarksmClass Data


Reading benchmarks spring 2012 data
Reading BenchmarksSpring 2012 Data


Spring 2012 map r meeting target rit for grades 3 4 5 combined
Spring 2012 MAP-R% Meeting Target RIT for Grades 3-4-5- combined


Spring 2012 map r meeting target by race for grades 3 4 5
Spring 2012 MAP-R% Meeting Target by Race for Grades 3-4-5


Map r measures of academic progress reading meeting target rit by spring 2012
MAP-R (Measures of Academic Progress- Reading)% Meeting Target RIT by Spring 2012


Map p measures of academic progress primary math meeting target rit by spring 2012
MAP-P (Measures of Academic Progress-Primary Math)% Meeting Target RIT by Spring 2012


Msa cut scores

Reading

Math

Grade

Grade

Proficient

Proficient

Advanced

Advanced

3

388

456

3

379

441

4

371

437

4

374

433

5

384

425

5

392

453

MSA Cut Scores


Amo targets
AMOTargets


Maryland accountability program
Maryland Accountability Program

  • AMO Progress

    • Reduce by half the percentage of students in the “all students” group and in each subgroup who are not proficient within six years.

  • School Progress Index

    • Achievement

    • Growth

    • Gap Reduction

    • College & Career Readiness


Maryland school progress index
Maryland School Progress Index

Elementary/Middle Schools

High Schools


Spi calculation example elementary middle school
SPI Calculation Example: Elementary/Middle School

School Index range from 0 to greater than 1.

0 = No targets met

1 = All targets met

1+ = Targets exceeded


Reading msa 2012
Reading MSA2012

The target for each group is different and based on

2011 baseline performance. The goal is to reduce

The percent of students scoring “basic” by 50%

Over the baseline by the year 2017


Math msa 2012
Math MSA2012

The target for each group is different and based on

2011 baseline performance. The goal is to reduce

The percent of students scoring “basic” by 50%

Over the baseline by the year 2017


Msa trends achievement gap reading
MSA TrendsAchievement Gap [Reading]


Msa trends achievement gap math
MSA TrendsAchievement Gap [Math]


Msa trends reading farms sped lep
MSA TrendsReadingFARMS, SPED, LEP


Msa trends math farms sped lep
MSA TrendsMathFARMS, SPED, LEP


2012 alt msa students proficient advanced
2012 Alt-MSA% Students Proficient/Advanced


Selected celebrations
Selected Celebrations

  • All grade levels (K-2) had more than 90% of students meet the reading target!

  • 3% increase of last year’s 4th graders and 11% increase of 5th graders on MAP-R!

  • 7 of 8 subgroups met or exceeded the Reading MSAbenchmark of 90.6%! (benchmark prior to reauthorization)

  • FARMS students increase by 7% on Math MSA and almost 12.5% increase over the past 2 years!


Climate survey background information
Climate SurveyBackground Information


Climate survey highlighted gains gains greater than 3 0 points

Student Survey

Students are well behaved (↑19.5%)

Students care about one another in this school (↑17.2%)

There is an adult at school I can talk to when I have a problem (↑18.2%)

It is easy to talk to teachers about things that bother me(↑18.5%)

Bully and Teasing is a problem (26.3% and 23.8%)

Parent Survey

No gains of 3.0% or higher on the parent survey.

Climate SurveyHighlighted Gains(Gains greater than 3.0% points)


Climate survey highlighted areas of need

Student Survey

I feel safe at school (↓6.7%)

My teachers listen to my ideas (↓6.3%)

I get along with students in this school (↓2.1%)

Parent Survey

School does a good job of welcoming families of diverse cultures (↓2.6%)

School does a good job of informing me about meetings and special events (↓4.1%)

The school has a clear process for addressing concerns (↓9.3%)

Climate SurveyHighlighted Areas of Need


Climate survey top 3 areas

Student Survey

School staff encourages students to respect others (97.2%)

My teachers help me when I don’t understand (96.3%)

My teachers have high expectations for me to do well in school (95.3%)

Parent Survey

Teacher expect my child to do well in class (96.9%)

My child feels safe at school (96.9%)

My child’s teachers expect my child to do well in class (96.9%)

Provides a variety of ways to volunteer (96.8%)

School leadership is accessible when needed (98.9%)

Climate SurveyTop 3 Areas


Climate survey lowest 3 areas

Student Survey

It is easy to talk to teachers about things that bother me (64.8%)

If I got in trouble, the school staff would treat me fairly (68.6%)

My belongings are safe in this school (69.0%)

Parent Survey

The school has a clear process for addressing my concerns (85.6%)

My child’s teacher takes action to resolve my concerns (92.5%)

It is easy for me to talk to my child’s teacher about things concerning my child (88.8%)

Climate SurveyLowest 3 Areas


Climate survey staff trends top 3

Strengths (100%)

Collaborate w/ colleagues

Help & support from colleagues

Teachers motivate students to learn

School has high expectations for academic performance

Teachers are well prepared to teach

Safe place to work

Would recommend as a good place to work

Relative Areas of Need

The number of students given to me is manageable (66.7%)

I have time during workday to plan instruction for my students (50.0%)

System-wide professional development opportunities meet my needs (68.9%)

Bathrooms are kept well supplied (48.9%)

Climate SurveyStaff Trends: Top 3


Climate survey staff survey strengths comparison to county
Climate SurveyStaff Survey Strengths Comparison to County


Climate survey teasing percent positive response

Trending downward

Climate SurveyTeasing: Percent positive response


Climate survey bullying percent positive response
Climate SurveyBullying : Percent positive response


Action items next steps
Action Items &Next Steps

  • Effective co-teaching

  • Relationships and High Expectations!!!

  • Academic Focus Clubs

  • Inquiry groups on areas of professional growth during staff meetings