2017 ESSA School Index and Indicator Summary Statistics

2017 ESSA School Index and Indicator Summary Statistics

2017 ESSA School Index and Indicator Summary Statistics Final Calculations Based on Approved ESSA Plan 030618 Specific Updates to the 2017 ESSA School Index Calculations 2016 Five-Year Adjusted Cohort Graduation Rate (ACGR)updated student table to include the corrections posted to the 2015 Four-Year ACGR. If the 2016 Five-Year ACGR was not higher than the 2015 Four-Year ACGR the 2015 Four-Year ACGR was used at 5% weight in place of the 2016 Five-Year ACGR. School Quality and Student Success Indicator Components: Updated Student Engagement/Chronic Absence to include only those students enrolled in a school 10 or more days and if enrolled in multiple schools for 10 or more days the Chronic Absence Risk level is applied to all schools in which the student was enrolled 10 or more days. Clarified list of Computer Science Credits that count in SQSS Updated ACT Composite and ACT Readiness Benchmark indicator to include all full academic year students active in Cycle 7 Grade 12, not just those that matched a test. Updated school mobile status of students to match post-appeals mobile status for Reading achievement, science achievement and science growth ESSA School Index Score: All Students 1 - Elementary Level 2 - Middle Level 3 - High School Level N 536 205 309 Mean Std Dev Minimum Maximum 72.29 7.53 52.11 91.05 72.59 7.54 46.50 89.12

67.43 7.88 31.13 98.30 ESSA School Index Score: Statistical Markers for Distributions by Grade Span* Grade_Span 1 - Elementary Level 2 - Middle Level 3 - High School Level P_5 P_10 P_15 P_20 P_25 P_30 P_35 P_40 P_45 P_50 P_55 P_60 59.86 62.65 64.45 65.82 67.15 68.05 69.05 69.82 70.74 72.15 72.99 73.92 0 58.90 62.34 65.30 66.49 67.31 68.46 69.89 70.78 71.94 72.66 74.09 75.42 5 54.51 59.52 60.98 62.45 63.61 64.47 65.65 66.52 67.57 68.13 68.75 69.41 0 -2 SD -1.5 SD -1 SD -0.5 SD Mean 0.5 SD 1.0 SD 1.5 SD 2.0 SD 1-Elementary 57.18 60.99 64.81 68.62 72.44 76.26 80.07 83.89 87.70 2-Middle 57.23

60.98 64.72 68.46 72.21 75.95 79.70 83.44 87.18 3-High School 51.47 55.35 59.22 63.10 66.98 70.86 74.74 78.62 82.49 *Percentiles are calculated for all schools in the grade span including schools participating in Title I and schools not participating or not eligible. P_65 P_70 P_75 P_80 75.23 76.43 77.73 79.25 5 76.61 77.17 77.71 79.13 0

70.11 70.81 71.33 72.64 0 P_85 P_90 P_95 80.47 82.08 84.79 80.30 82.25 84.15 74.18 75.85 78.33 Weighted Achievement: Means and Variation by Grade Span N 1 - Elementary Level 2 - Middle Level 3 - High School Level 536 205 309 Mean Std Dev Minimum Maximum 67.10 69.15 52.91 14.98 15.88 15.73 26.20 11.50 1.94 105.36 104.16 117.57 Weighted Achievement: Statistical Markers for Distributions by Grade Span Grade Span P_5 P_10 P_15 42.74 47.91 51.92 1 - Elementary Level 41.43 48.53 52.99

2 - Middle Level 3 - High School Level 26.41 35.06 39.65 1-Elementary 2-Middle 3-High School P_20 P_25 P_30 P_35 P_40 P_45 P_50 P_55 P_60 P_65 P_70 P_75 P_80 P_85 P_90 P_95 54.340 56.95 55.845 58.33 42.930 44.61 58.94 60.20 46.47 60.51 63.20 47.80 62.50 66.32 50.30 64.42 65.865 68.26 70.920 73.38 68.45 70.250 73.16 75.245 77.03 52.22 53.200 54.58 55.880 57.44 75.69 77.645 80.55 78.97 80.940 82.97 58.42 60.420 64.24 -2 SD -1.5 SD -1 SD -0.5 SD Mean 0.5 SD 1.0 SD

1.5 SD 2.0 SD 37.14 37.39 21.45 44.63 45.33 29.32 52.12 53.27 37.18 59.61 61.21 45.05 67.10 69.15 52.91 74.59 77.09 60.78 82.08 85.03 68.64 89.57 97.06 92.97 100.91 76.51 84.37 83.52 84.86 66.88 86.38 88.89 69.79

93.79 91.85 76.53 School Value-Added Growth: Means and Variation by Grade Span 1 - Elementary Level 2 - Middle Level 3 - High School Level N 536 205 309 Mean Std Dev Minimum Maximum 80.26 3.97 70.18 89.66 80.40 2.72 70.52 86.48 79.84 2.53 72.23 86.57 School Value-Added Growth: Statistical Markers for Distributions by Grade Span P_5 1 - Elementary Level 73.06 2 - Middle Level 75.84 3 - High School Level 75.91 P_10 75.15 77.26 76.51 1-Elementary

2-Middle 3-High School P_15 76.29 77.98 77.37 P_20 77.070 78.615 77.710 P_25 77.705 78.920 78.170 P_30 78.17 79.10 78.71 P_35 78.75 79.29 79.02 P_40 79.15 79.51 79.23 P_45 79.48 79.83 79.54 P_50 80.23 80.16 79.93 P_55 80.71

80.60 80.11 P_60 81.17 80.92 80.45 P_65 81.63 81.28 80.87 -2 SD -1.5 SD -1 SD -0.5 SD Mean 0.5 SD 1.0 SD 1.5 SD 2.0 SD 72.32 74.31 76.29 78.28 80.26 82.25 84.23 86.22 88.20 74.96 76.32 77.68 79.04 80.40 81.76 83.12 84.48 85.84 74.78 76.05 77.31 78.58 79.84 81.11 82.37 83.64 84.90 P_70 82.29 81.55 81.25 P_75 83.045 82.100 81.580 P_80 83.830 82.945 81.990 P_85 84.47 83.35 82.36 P_90 85.68 84.37 83.06 P_95 87.09

84.71 83.94 Adjusted Cohort Graduation Rates: Means and Variation by Grade Span Label 2016 4-Yr Adjusted Cohort Graduation Rate 2016 5-Yr Adjusted Cohort Graduation Rate N Mean Std Minimum Maximum Dev 280 88.47 10.20 22.22 100.00 278 88.04 11.40 0.00 100.00 Adjusted Cohort Graduation Rates: Statistical Markers for Distributions by Grade Span 2016Four-Year ACGR

2016 Five-Year ACGR P_5 71.78 71.1 P_10 78.875 78.95 P_15 81.13 81.08 P_20 83.33 83.57 P_25 85.255 85.11 P_30 86.24 85.96 -2 SD 2016Four-Year ACGR 68.07 2016 Five-Year ACGR 65.24 P_35 P_40 P_45 P_50 87.585 88.495 89.775 90.485 86.67 87.67 88.68 89.69 -1.5 SD 73.17 70.94 -1 SD 78.27 76.64

P_55 90.91 90.74 P_60 91.94 91.82 -0.5 SD Mean 83.37 88.47 82.34 88.04 P_65 93.37 92.73 0.5 SD 93.57 93.74 P_70 93.97 93.67 P_75 P_80 94.895 95.625 94.7 95.65 P_85 96.55 96.47 1.0 SD 1.5 SD 2.0 SD 98.67 103.77 108.87 99.44 105.14 110.84 P_90 97.78 97.62 P_95 100 100

School Quality Student Success (SQSS): Means and Variation by Grade Span Grade Span 1 - Elementary Level 2 - Middle Level 3 - High School Level N 536 205 309 Mean 57.82 54.63 52.54 Std Dev Minimum Maximum 9.40 35.55 98.53 8.55 31.08 75.13 9.08 3.63 86.74 School Quality Student Success (SQSS): Statistical Markers for Distributions by Grade Span 1 - Elementary Level 2 - Middle Level 3 - High School Level P_5 43.30 37.16 38.48 P_10

46.45 43.99 42.05 P_15 48.33 45.82 45.14 P_20 50.00 48.29 47.13 P_25 51.46 49.51 48.34 P_30 52.58 50.62 49.15 P_35 53.69 51.56 50.54 P_40 55.14 53.28 51.20 P_45 56.41 54.64 52.26 P_50 57.42 54.96 53.26 P_55

58.25 55.98 54.07 P_60 595.51 57.35 54.98 -2 SD -1.5 SD -1 SD -0.5 SD Mean 0.5 SD 1.0 SD 1.5 SD 2.0 SD 1-Elementary 39.02 43.72 48.42 53.12 57.82 62.52 67.22 71.92

76.62 2-Middle 37.53 41.81 46.08 50.36 54.63 58.91 63.18 67.46 71.73 3-High School 34.38 38.92 43.46 48.00 52.54 57.08 61.62 66.16 70.70 P_65 60.67 58.53

55.65 P_70 62.43 59.13 56.70 P_75 64.24 60.46 57.46 P_80 65.36 62.03 58.94 P_85 67.00 63.58 60.14 P_90 69.46 65.68 61.43 P_95 73.17 67.53 64.58 Components of School Quality Student Success Indicator SQSS Component Means and Variability by Grade Span Percent of Points Earned for Chronic Absence for Students in Grades K - 11 Risk Level Description

Points Earned per Student Low Risk Absent less than 5% of days enrolled 1.0 Moderate Risk Absent 5% to less then 10% of days enrolled 0.5 High Risk = Chronic Absence Absent 10% or more of days enrolled 0.0 Includes full academic year students (not highly mobile). Students enrolled continuously from October 1 through Cycle 7. Attendance from quarters 1 4 Cycle 7 enrollment Percent of Points Earned for Reading Achievement for Students in Grades 3 10 Achievement Levels Description On or Above

Grade Level for Reading ACT Aspire: Ready or Exceeds Not at Grade Level for Reading ACT Aspire: Close or In Need of Support Points Earned per Student 1.0 0.0 Includes full academic year students (not highly mobile). Students enrolled continuously from October 1 through testing. MSAA excluded due to lack of Reading ScoreOnly ELA score available. Percent of Points Earned for Science Achievement for Students Grades 3 - 10 Achieveme nt Levels Description Points Earned per Student On or ACT Aspire: Ready or Exceeds Above APA Science Levels Grade Level Independent or Functional for Science Independence

1.0 Not at Grade Level for Science 0.0 ACT Aspire Close or In Need of Support APA Science Levels: Supported Independence, Emergent, Not Evident Includes full academic year students (not highly mobile). Students enrolled continuously from October 1 through testing. Percent of Points Earned for Growth in Science Achievement for Students Grades 4 - 10 Description Points Earned per Student Growth in Top Quartile Science Value-Added Score at/above 75th percentile of growth of students in same grade 1.0 Growth in Middle Quartiles Science Value-Added Score At/Above 25th percentile to less

than 75th percentile of growth of students in same grade 0.5 Growth in Bottom Quartile Science Value-added score is below the 25th percentile of growth of students in same grade 0.0 Bottom Includes full academic year students (not highly mobile). Students enrolled continuously from October 1 through testing. ACT Aspire Science scores only. Percent of Points Earned for ACT Composite Score of 19 for students in Grade 12 Achievement Levels Points Earned per Student Best ACT Composite Score at/above 19 1.0 Best ACT Composite Score below 19 0.0

The ACT Composite includes students in Grade 12 cycle 7 certified data with ACT scores. Highly mobile students are excluded Uses best ACT Composite score from any of previous 3 years. Percent of Points Earned for ACT Scores at/above ACT College Readiness Benchmark for Students in Grade 12 Achievement Levels Points Earned per Student Best ACT Reading Score 22 0.5 Best ACT Math Score 22 0.5 Best ACT Science Score 23 0.5 The ACT College Readiness calculation includes students in Grade 12 cycle 7 certified data with ACT scores. Highly mobile students are excluded. Uses best ACT Composite score from any of previous 3 years. Percent of Points Earned for Students Earning OnTime Credits for Grade Credit Earning 9-11 Levels

Points Earned per Student Grade 9 completed 5.5 credit Grade 10 completed 11.0 credits Grade 11 completed 16.5 credits 1.0 Fewer credits earned than those listed above 0.0 Students' on-time credits are calculated for students in Grades 9 - 11 for each school. Grades included in the score are based on the school's actual grade range. Highly mobile students are excluded Percent of Points Earned for High School GPA of 2.8 or Higher for students in Grade 12 Achievement Levels Points Earned per Student High School GPA 2.8 1.0 High School GPA < 2.8 0.0 Includes Grade 12 students from cycle 7 with full academic year in Grade 12 (not highly mobile). Uses students Cycle 7 reported high school GPA.

Percent of Points Earned for Grade 12 Students Completing AP, IB, or Concurrent Credit Course(s) Includes ACE Concurrent Credit Courses Achievement Levels Points Earned per Student Completing 1 or more credits in grades 9 12 1.0 No credits earned in grades 9 - 12 0.0 The AP/IB/Concurrent Credit calculation includes students in Grade 12 cycle 7 certified data with course credit records from any of grades 9 - 12. Highly mobile students are excluded. Percent of Points Earned for Grade 12 Students Completing Computer Science Course(s) Achievement Levels Points Earned per Student Completing 1 or more credits in grades 9 12

1.0 No credits earned in grades 9 - 12 0.0 The AP/IB/Concurrent Credit calculation includes students in Grade 12 cycle 7 certified data with course credit records from any of grades 9 - 12. Highly mobile students are excluded. Percent of Points Earned for Grade 12 Students Completing Community or Service Learning Course(s) Achievement Levels Points Earned per Student Completing 1 or more credits in grades 9 12 1.0 No credits earned in grades 9 - 12 0.0 The AP/IB/Concurrent Credit calculation includes students in Grade 12 cycle 7 certified data with course credit records from any of grades 9 - 12. Highly mobile students are excluded. ESSA School Index Scores at 1st and 5th Percentiles* of Statewide Title I School Distributions Grade Span 1 Elementary Level

2 Middle Level 3 High School Level Value at 1st Value at 1st Value at 1st Value at 5th Value at 5th Value at 5th Percentile Percentile Percentile Percentile Percentile Percentile 2016 2017 2018 2016 2017 2018 56.00 55.62 TBD 59.67 59.68 TBD 55.22 53.60 TBD 58.40 58.63 TBD 39.95 33.82 TBD 51.07 53.53 TBD *Fifth Percentile values in this table are based on the Title I participating schools in each grade span; thus these values may differ from the Percentile values reported when including all schools. Districts with one or more schools that have one or more subgroups whose ESSA School Index score is at or below the ESSA School Index Score at 1st percentile each year for three consecutive years will be notified of their schools which have consistently underperforming subgroups and are eligible for Targeted Support and Improvement. Districts will be notified annually based on the three most current years of ESSA School Index scores of subgroups meeting the minimum N of 15 for all indicators in all three years. Beginning in 2018, schools with consistently underperforming subgroups whose subgroup ESSA School Index scores are at or below the ESSA School Index score at the 5 th percentile, will be eligible for Additional Targeted Support and Improvement. This eligibility will be evaluated every three years.

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