Wheaton High School - #782

www.montgomeryschoolsmd.org/schools/wheatonhs/ Feeder Schools: Argyle, Eastern, Lee, Loiederman, Newport Mill, Parkland, Sligo, Silver Spring Int'l, Takoma Park MS Principal: Mr. Kevin E. Lowndes Community Supt: Dr. Christopher S. Garran School Hours: 7:25 - 2:10 12601 Dalewood Drive Silver Spring, MD 20906 Office Phone: (301) 929-2050 Fax Number: (301) 929-2081 Cluster Name: Downcounty Consortium

2011––2012 Enrollment = 1,240
% Total All Students ESOL FARMS SPED 17.1 61.5 13.6 % Gender Female 43.3 7.2 27.3 5.1 Male 56.7 9.9 34.2 8.5 AM 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0 AS 9.0 5.0 5.0 5.0 % Racial/Ethnic Composition¹ ² BL 22.1 5.0 12.1 5.0 HI 58.8 13.5 41.6 7.2 PI 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0 WH 8.1 5.0 5.0 5.0 MU 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0 Grade 9 Grade 10 Grade 11 Grade 12 Total Enrollment by Grade Number Percent 384 357 245 254 1,240 31.0 28.8 19.8 20.5

¹ Racial/ethnic composition figures reflect MSDE abbreviations: American Indian or Alaskan Native (AM); Asian (AS); Black or African American (BL); Hispanic/Latino (HI); Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander (PI); White (WH); Two or More (Multiple) Races (MU).

Students with Disabilities Least Restrictive Environment (LRE)²
Percent of Instructional Time Inside a General Education Class Between 40% and 79% 80% or More All SPED Students 59.2 16.0 Less than 40% 24.9

Other Participation
Students now or have in the past received FARMS² = 81.9% Mobility Rate (Entrants + Withdrawals)² ³ = 15.0% Graduation Rate² ³ = 76.4% Attendance Rate² ³ = 95.0% Dropout Rate² ³ = 11.7% Suspension Rate² ³ = 5.6% Percent of Students Meeting University System of Maryland Entrance Requirements² ³ = 54.0%

School Programs
Multidisciplinary Educational Training and Support (METS) Learning and Academic Disabilities Learning for Independence School/Community-Based Career Pathway Programs Biosciences and Health Professions Academy (Project Lead the Way) Engineering Academy (Project Lead the Way) Academy of Information Technology Engineering and BioScience Magnet Cisco Academy Oracle Academy Institute of Global and Cultural Studies Academy Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS)

Maryland School Assessment Overall Adequate Yearly Progress: Not Met¹ ³
Graduation Rate: Not Met ALL AS BL HI WH MU FARMS LEP SPED % Proficient Math Met Met Met Met Met na Met Met Met Reading Met Met Met Met Met na Met Met Met Grade 11 Algebra ALL AS BL HI WH MU ESOL FARMS SPED 87.0 90.9 85.1 85.6 95.0 -67.7 85.4 86.7 Biology 89.8 95.0 88.0 87.5 95.0 -70.8 88.6 85.7 English 77.9 90.9 76.5 73.5 95.0 -30.0 74.6 73.3 Government 91.8 95.0 95.0 89.0 85.7 -70.0 91.6 84.6 Participation Rate Math Met Met Met Met na na Met Met na Reading Met Met Met Met na na Met na na ALL AS BL HI WH MU

Adequate Yearly Progress Proficiency Rate¹ ² ³
Mathematics 88.6 91.7 79.4 89.8 95.0 -86.3 82.0 79.2 Reading 81.9 91.7 79.4 77.4 95.0 -78.5 64.3 73.9

FARMS LEP SPED

Maryland High School Assessment Performance Status¹ ² ³
Grade 12 Algebra 90.0 94.3 81.7 90.8 95.0 -76.9 87.8 77.8 Biology 81.4 88.2 78.9 77.3 95.0 -83.3 79.4 72.2 English 83.3 94.3 80.0 79.0 95.0 -53.3 80.0 72.2 Government 92.3 94.3 90.3 92.0 95.0 -81.3 90.5 72.2

² To comply with federal requirements, any percentage rates greater than or equal to 95.0% or less than or equal to 5.0% will be noted as 95.0 or 5.0, respectively. ³ Outcome data reflect 2010––2011 school year. Results are not reported (--) for groups with fewer than ten students enrolled.

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Algebra and Geometry Completion with a "C" or Higher and Honors/AP/IB/College Level Course Enrollment² ³
Algebra Completion with a "C" or Higher by Grade 9 All Students Asian Black or African American Hispanic/Latino White Two or More Races ESOL FARMS SPED 50.7 73.3 57.3 42.4 77.8 -20.8 42.4 27.6 Geometry Completion with a "C" or Higher by Grade 10 48.0 62.5 49.0 42.9 71.4 -31.1 41.4 30.0 % Gender MU 1.9 0.0 Female 66.0 65.1 Male 34.0 34.9 Honors/AP/IB/College-Level Course Enrollment 69.9 82.9 72.4 65.0 81.5 73.3 30.4 64.9 36.1

Staff Diversity
% Racial/Ethnic Composition¹ AS Professional Supporting Services % Less Than 5 Years 13.2 2.8 11.1 BL 20.8 36.5 % 5––15 Years 51.9 HI 7.5 25.4 WH 66.0 27.0

Classes Taught by Highly Qualified (HQ) Teachers³
Number of Classes 280 % HQ 97.1 % Not HQ 2.9

Years Experience of Professional Personnel
% More Than 15 Years 34.9 Critical Reading Math Writing Total Other = 23.2

Average SAT Scores³
School 446 459 439 1344

(52.6% Tested)
County 542 554 541 1637 National 497 514 489 1500

Class Size/Staff Ratio
Student/Instructional Staff Ratio = 10.4 Average Class Size: English = 24.6

Advanced Placement/International Baccalaureate Tests³
Number of Graduates N of Graduates Scoring 3 or % of Graduates Scoring 3 or Higher on AP Test or Scoring Higher on AP Test or Scoring 4 4 or Higher on IB Test or Higher on IB Test

Staff Positions
Professional Administrative
Principal Assistant Principal Asst School Administrator Magnet/Special Program Coordinator Administrative Total 1.000 2.000 1.000

Supporting Services Instructional Support
Paraeducators Regular 3.250 Special Education 13.263 IT Systems Specialist 1.000 English Composition Assistant 1.250 Hearing Interpreter College/Career Information Coord 1.000 Media Assistant 1.000 Teacher Assistant Instructional Support Total 55.000 9.000 0.400 1.000 7.400 1.000 0.800 20.763 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 3.500 1.000 1.000 4.000 13.500 1.000 1.000 11.000 1.000 14.000 4.500

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27.8

Grade 12 Documented Decisions² ³
College/Training Employment 86.7%
Original Construction Date

Military 5.0%

College/Employment 57.1%

5.0%
Year Renovated/ Modernized

4.000

Facilities Data
Site Size in Acres Joint Occupancy Relocatable Classrooms

Teachers
Classroom Resource/Team Leader/ Content Specialist Staff Development Athletic Director ESOL Alternative Career/Technical Ed Reading/Literacy Special Education: Classroom Resource Program Teachers Total

Other Support
Business Manager Administrative Secretary Registrar School Financial Assistant Secretary Parent/Community Coord Media Services Technician Security Team Leader Security Assistant Student Monitor Other Support Total

1954
Total

1983
Regular Education

28.2
Support Rooms

0
ESOL

2
Special/Alt Education

Core Facility Teaching Stations

65
Current Capacity Future Capacity

46
2012 ––2013

0
2013 ––2014 2014 ––2015

7
2015 ––2016 2016 ––2017

12
2017 ––2018

Capacity/Enrollment Projections

15.800 1.000 91.400

1,258

1,604

1,255

1,316

1,322

1,327

1,333

1,388

Building Services
Manager Leader Worker Plant Equipment Operator Building Services Total

School Personnel Costs
Professional Salaries Supporting Services Salaries Employee Benefits Total Allocated Cost $8,042,769 $2,142,673 $2,766,449 $12,951,891

Other Professional
Counselor Media Specialist Spec Ed Related Services Other Professional Total 5.400 1.000 1.000 7.400

¹ Racial/ethnic composition figures reflect MSDE abbreviations: American Indian or Alaskan Native (AM); Asian (AS); Black or African American (BL); Hispanic/Latino (HI); Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander (PI); 102.800 Total Supporting Services 52.763 Total Professional White (WH); Two or More (Multiple) Races (MU). ² To comply with federal requirements, any percentage rates greater than or equal to 95.0% or less than or equal to 5.0% will be noted as 95.0 or 5.0, respectively. ³ Outcome data reflect 2010––2011 school year. Results are not reported (--) for groups with fewer than ten students enrolled. The combined SAT score may differ by 1 point because of rounding.

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