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AEIS REPORT 2010-2011. SAN FELIPE DEL RIO C.I.S.D. OVERVIEW. Academic Year: 2010-11 SFDRCISD Rating: Academically Acceptable AEIS DATA SOURCES: * Assessment Program * PEIMS Purpose of AEIS Report. An Overview of the Academic Excellence Indicator System Report (AEIS).

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aeis report 2010 2011

AEIS REPORT 2010-2011

SAN FELIPE DEL RIO C.I.S.D.

overview
OVERVIEW
  • Academic Year: 2010-11
  • SFDRCISD Rating: Academically Acceptable
  • AEIS DATA SOURCES:

* Assessment Program

* PEIMS

  • Purpose of AEIS Report
an overview of the academic excellence indicator system report aeis
An Overview of the Academic Excellence Indicator System Report (AEIS)

The AEIS Report pulls together a wide range of information on the performance of students in each school district in Texas every year. This information is put into the annual AEIS reports which are made available to schools districts and the public during the fall. The performance indicators are:

  • State Administered Assessment Performance: by Special Groups, Grades, and Subjects, including Alternative Assessments
  • Student Success Initiative
  • Attendance Rates
  • Completion and Drop Out Rates (4 Year Longitudinal)
  • Percent of Graduates Completing the Recommended High School Program
  • Advanced Placement and International Baccalaureate (IB) Exam Results
  • SAT and ACT Examination Participation and Results
  • PEIMS Data: Budget, Financial, Staff, Demographics, Special Program Participation, Attendance, Retention, and “Leavers” (Graduates/Dropouts)
  • State and District Performance Reports
  • Campus Performance Reports
points to consider
Points to Consider

Do not rely on a single indicator, such as test scores, to draw absolute conclusions about student learning or school performance .

  • The information in AEIS provides factual foundation for dialogue about the performance of our district or campuses.

Student learning and school performance should be analyzed in the context of each school's unique environment and characteristics .

The opinions of parents, school staff, and students can be very helpful in understanding the strengths and weaknesses of schools .

Remember to look at school performance over time.

SSI-2005, 5th graders must pass the Reading and Math TAKS to be promoted. SSI-2008, 8th graders must pass the Reading and Math TAKS to be promoted.SSI-2010, 3rd graders no longer included in SSI

Exemplary – For every subject, at least 90% of the tested students met standard or

met standard with TPM.

Recognized – For every subject, at least 80% of the tested students met standard or

met floor and required improvement or met standard with TPM.

Academically Acceptable – Varies by subject:

Reading/ELA – At least 70% of the tested students pass the test.

Writing – At least 70% of the tested students pass the test.

Social Studies – At least 70% of the tested students pass the test.

Mathematics – At least 65% of the tested students pass the test.

Science – At least 60% of the tested students pass the test.

or met Required Improvement or met standard with TPM

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TAKS MET STANDARD

(SUM OF ALL GRADES) (ACCOUNTABILITY INDICATOR)

Yellow Highlight Indicates Increase

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PSAT (Pretest for the SAT)October 2008: 269October 2009: 342October 2010: 529

October 2011: 1,161PLAN (Pretest for ACT)October 2010: 549

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Seniors 2010 :(Data based on THECB)

Attending 4 yr Texas university: 122Attending 2 yr Texas community/technical/ vocational college: 184Seniors2011: (Data based on students applying in the DRHS College Center)

Applied 4 yr: 246

Applied to 2yr :287

Applied to 2yr & 4yr: 143

THECB Report of 2011 graduates enrolled in a Texas institution will be available April 2011

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Scholarship Offers

(Amount is based on reward letters,

student and/ or parent input)

Seniors 2008

No Data Gathered

Seniors 2009

Approximately 1 Million

Seniors 2010:

Approximately 5 million

Seniors 2011:Approximately 8 million

applied for financial aid
Applied for Financial Aid

Seniors 2010: 389

Seniors 2011: Close to 393

Amount is based on students that applied at the DRHS College Readiness Center.

(Exact amount of applicants is not available for release from the U.S Dept. of Education)

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National Hispanic Recognition Program Scholars:2009: 4 students

2010: 7 students

2011: 10 students

National Merit Scholar:

2004: 1

2005-2009: 0

2010: 1 student

2011: 1 student

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SAT

  • 2007 Seniors: 174
  • 2008 Seniors: 203
  • 2009 Seniors: 150
  • 2010 Seniors: 220
  • 2011 Seniors : 274
  • ACT
  • 2007 Seniors: 71
  • 2008 Seniors: 69
  • 2009 Seniors: 49
  • 2010 Seniors: 85
  • 2011 Seniors: 91