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District Report Card

District Report Card

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Middletown Area School District NCLB report card
Middletown Area School District NCLB report card

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District Report Card
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
District
District Report Card
Report cards are an important source o inormation aboutperormance and accountability. They allow districts to comparedata in a consistent way and highlight opportunities orimprovement.This report card will show not only the achievement o studentsoverall, but also the progress that disaggregated groups aremaking in closing achievement gaps. Report card data helpPennsylvania school districts and the Pennsylvania Departmento Education ocus on specifc groups o students who are currentlynot meeting academic standards.The report card is designed to ensure that the public is ullyinormed about perormance, and to promote broaderparticipation and better decision‑making by providing ashared source o perormance data. This ederal initiative is basedon the idea that a well‑inormed public plays an important partin school improvement.
Using Report Card Data
Report cards should be used to share information. Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) is notmeasured by the strength of this report card. The data on this report card may not matchAYP data published for this district.
For more information:
Pennsylvania Department of EducationBureau of Assessment and Accountability333 Market StreetHarrisburg, PA 17126Voice (717) 705–2343ra‑pas@state.pa.us
This report contains:• Attendance
and
Graduation
data
Attendance and graduation rates are displayed forthe previous school year.
The
Accountability Report
This section shows the district’s performancecompared with the goals set by No Child LeftBehind. Student results from the PennsylvaniaSystem of School Assessment (PSSA), PSSA‑M,and PASA are listed by disaggregated groupand by Performance Level.
The
Assessment Report
Here you can compare two years of PSSA, PSSA‑M,and PASA academic performance and participationdata for this district. These results are displayedby grade, subject, and disaggregated group.
Adequate Yearly Progress Status
Here you can nd the total number of schools inthe district identied under each AYP status andthe name of each school identied.
Teacher Qualications
This section includes both numbers and percentagesof teachers in the school who are highly qualied orhold emergency certication.
National Assessment ofEducational Progress (NAEP) Data
NCLB regulations require NAEP results on state anddistrict report cards. This section contains NAEPinformation.
2011-2012
MIDDLETOWN AREA SD
 
Attendance and Graduation Data
Attendance and Graduation Measures
Pennsylvania’s accountability system includes school assessment based onattendance and graduation rates. Attendance rates measure the number of daysthat a student was both enrolled and present in the school. Research showsthat a strong relationship exists between regular attendance and academicperformance. Graduates are the number of students graduating in four yearswith a regular diploma. Cohort is described as rst time entering 9
th
gradersfour years earlier plus “transfers in” over four years minus “transfers out” overfour years. The graduation rate for any year is the number of graduates dividedby the cohort for that year multiplied by 100.
DistrictAttendance Measure
1
 Attendance Goal: 90%All Student Groups
3
All Students
Indicates 10 or fewer students in a group. To provide meaningful results and to protectthe privacy of individual students, data are printed only when the total number of studentsin a group is greater than 10.
1
 
Attendance measure is a goal of 90%, or any improvement from last year.
2
 
Graduation measure is a goal of 85%, or a 10% reduction of the difference betweenthe previous year and 85%.
3
 
There can be overlap among the groups since a student may belong to more than one of these groups.
StateGraduation Measure
2
 Graduation Goal: 85%DistrictState
MaleFemaleWhiteBlackLatino/HispanicAsianNative AmericanMultiracialIEPEnglish Language LearnersMigrantEconomically Disadvantaged
 
Attendance and Graduation Data
Attendance and Graduation Measures
Pennsylvania’s accountability system includes school assessment based onattendance and graduation rates. Attendance rates measure the number of daysthat a student was both enrolled and present in the school. Research showsthat a strong relationship exists between regular attendance and academicperformance. Graduates are the number of students graduating in four yearswith a regular diploma. Cohort is described as rst time entering 9
th
gradersfour years earlier plus “transfers in” over four years minus “transfers out” overfour years. The graduation rate for any year is the number of graduates dividedby the cohort for that year multiplied by 100.
DistrictAttendance Measure
1
 Attendance Goal: 90%All Student Groups
3
All Students
Indicates 10 or fewer students in a group. To provide meaningful results and to protectthe privacy of individual students, data are printed only when the total number of studentsin a group is greater than 10.
1
 
Attendance measure is a goal of 90%, or any improvement from last year.
2
 
Graduation measure is a goal of 85%, or a 10% reduction of the difference betweenthe previous year and 85%.
3
 
There can be overlap among the groups since a student may belong to more than one of these groups.
StateGraduation Measure
2
 Graduation Goal: 85%DistrictState
MaleFemaleWhiteBlackLatino/HispanicAsianNative AmericanMultiracialIEPEnglish Language LearnersMigrantEconomically Disadvantaged
94%
94%94%94%93%93%97%94%92%93%93%
"
89%
89%89%92%69%81%89%88%
94%
94%94%95%91%92%96%93%94%93%93%94%92%
83%
81%85%88%65%65%88%77%75%71%63%85%71%
District
MIDDLETOWN AREA SD
 
Accountability Report
The purpose of this section of the report card is to show how students performed compared with the goals of No Child Left Behind. Theparticipation tables in this report include students who were enrolled in this district for any part of the academic year. The performancetables in this report include students who were enrolled in this district for a full academic year. These numbers may not match the resultsin the Assessment section of the Report Card.This table captures participation and performance results of students overall and by disaggregated group who took the PSSA, PSSA‑M,and PASA in
NOTE:
Percentages may not total 100 due to rounding.
Indicates 10 or fewer students in a group. To provide meaningful results and to protect the privacy of individual students, dataare printed only when the total number of students in a group is greater than 10.
1
 
There can be overlap among the groups since a student may belong to more than one of these groups.
2
 
The performance of students scoring procient and above includes those who took the PASA, although the number of procient andadvanced scores based on the PASA will not exceed 1% of all assessed students.
 
The performance of students scoring procient and above includes those who took the PSSA-M, although the number of procientand advanced scores based on the PSSA-M will not exceed 2% of all assessed students.
Percentage of studentsProcient and above
All Student
2
MaleFemaleWhiteBlackLatino/HispanicAsianNative AmericanMultiracialIEPEnglish Language LearnersMigrantEconomically Disadvantaged
All Student Groups
1
Students Assessed# %
020406080100
Percentage of students ineach Performance Level
Below BasicBasicProcientAdvanced
ParticipationPerformance
2012 Goal 78%
District Overall Results in Mathematics
District
MIDDLETOWN AREA SD
Grades 3-8 and 11.
1,228 99% 9% 15% 32% 44%
76%
65099%11%12%32%45%
77%
578100%8%17%32%43%
75%
899100%8%13%30%49%
79%
87100%23%20%40%17%
57%
11199%9%29%34%29%
62%
2396%11%11%11%67%
78%
——10299%7%14%45%34%
79%
22099%31%25%29%14%
43%
2095%25%42%25%8%
33%
——50199%15%18%36%31%
67%

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