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Title: PRINCE GEORGES COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION PRINCE GEORGES COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS


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2007 State of the School System Address
  • October 9, 2007

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OVERALL MSA PERFORMANCE IN READING MATHEMATICS
FY2003-2007
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MSA READING PERFORMANCEBY GRADE LEVEL
FY2003-FY2007
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MSA MATH PERFORMANCEBY GRADE LEVEL FY2003-FY2007
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MSA READING PERFORMANCEBY GRADE LEVEL
FY2003-FY2007
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MSA MATH PERFORMANCEBY GRADE LEVEL FY2003-FY2007
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SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT ELEMENTARY/MIDDLE SCHOOLS
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SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT HIGH SCHOOLS
SEVEN HIGH SCHOOLS exited School Improvement
status last school year
  • Bowie
  • Frederick Douglass
  • Gwynn Park
  • Laurel
  • Potomac
  • Suitland
  • Surrattsville

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SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT HIGH SCHOOLS
SIX HIGH SCHOOLS are set to exit improvement
status this school year
  • Crossland
  • Forestville Military Academy
  • Friendly
  • Oxon Hill
  • Parkdale
  • Northwestern

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SCHOOL CONSTRUCTION 2003 - 2007
Eight New Schools BUILT and OPENED Since 2003
  • William W. Hall ES (2005)
  • Port Towns ES (2004)
  • Panorama ES (2004)
  • Samuel P. Massie ES (2003)
  • Northview ES (2007)
  • Rosa L. Parks ES (2006)
  • Dr. Henry A. Wise, Jr. HS (2006)
  • Suitland ES (2005)

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CURRENT CONSTRUCTION
  • Schools
  • Adelphi ES Renovation
  • Laurel-Beltsville ES (Opens August 2008)
  • Additions
  • DuVal HS Addition Music Wing
  • Parkdale HS Addition
  • Potomac HS Addition

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FUTURE CONSTRUCTION
  • Greenbelt MS Renovation/Replacement
  • Laurel HS Auditorium/Addition
  • Oxon Hill HS New/Replacement
  • Fairmont Heights HS New/Replacement
  • Bowie Area HS
  • Fairwood ES
  • Clinton Area ES
  • Doswell E. Brooks ES

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TEACHER DEVELOPMENT
  • Most applicants (161) for National Board
    Certification in State of Maryland this year
  • 63 National Board Certified Teachers
  • 87 of PGCPS teachers fully certified
  • 92 of teachers working in Title I schools are
    fully certified
  • 71 of all core academic classes are taught by
    Highly Qualified teachers
  • 79 of classes in Title I schools are taught by
    Highly Qualified teachers

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OUR DIVERSE COMMUNITY
  • SY2006-2007 Student Demographic Data
  • Native American 0.47, Asian 2.94
  • African American 75.78, Caucasian 5.54
  • Hispanic 15.27
  • Speakers of Other Languages 8.46
  • 20,524 international students, representing 140
    countries and speaking 140 different languages at
    home

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AP ENROLLMENT AND TESTING
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AP ENROLLMENT AND TESTING
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SAT PARTICIPATION 2006-07
  • PGCPS saw an additional 565 students take the SAT
    in 2007 as compared to 2006
  • 12.6 INCREASE in in PGCPS compared to a 7.3
    increase statewide

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COLLEGE SUMMIT
  • College Summit is currently offered in SIX PGCPS
    HIGH SCHOOLS including
  • Charles Herbert Flowers
  • Crossland
  • DuVal
  • Laurel
  • Oxon Hill
  • Suitland

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SCHOLARSHIPS RECEIVED BY CLASS OF 2007
TOTAL SCHOLARSHIPS FOR SY2006-07
84,327,539.00 Sources Department of Student
Services Scholarship information Updated July
2007 Bladensburg (345 seniors) 293,503 Bowie
(650 seniors) 2,879,483 Central (191
seniors) 1,121,340 Charles H. Flowers (529
seniors) 9,027,512 Crossland (335
seniors) 3,826,480 Duval (231
seniors) 2,866,310 Eleanor Roosevelt (633
seniors) 26,638,237 Fairmont Heights (160
seniors) 1,009,460 Forestville (171
seniors) 2,060,300 Frederick Douglass (392
seniors) 883,093 Friendly (340
seniors) 1,069,664 Gwynn Park (313
seniors 2,765,691 High Point (420
seniors) 2,000,000 Largo (436
seniors) 1,344,041 Laurel (388
seniors) 4,014,996 Northwestern (435
seniors) 2,133,668 Oxon Hill (424
seniors) 5,000,000 Parkdale (377
seniors) 2,610,450 Potomac (237
seniors) 2,494,500 Suitland (493
seniors) 9,598,031 Surrattsville (307
seniors) 690,780
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MIDDLE SCHOOL INITIATIVES
  • Every MIDDLE SCHOOL began offering three
    rigorous, new programs this year
  • Americas Choice
  • Advancement Via Individual Determination (AVID)
  • Middle Years - International Baccalaureate

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AMERICAS CHOICE
  • 11 PGCPS MIDDLE SCHOOLS began full implementation
    of Americas Choice this school year including

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ADVANCEMENT VIA INDIVIDUAL DETERMINATION (AVID)
  • NINE PGCPS middle schools began AVID programs
    this year

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INTERNATIONAL BACCALAURATE (IB)
  • The International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma
    Program is a rigorous, two-year course of study
    for high school juniors and seniors
  • Completion of the IB Diploma is comparable to the
    first year of college
  • FOUR PGCPS HIGH SCHOOLS currently have the IB
    program including Central, Laurel,
    Suitland, and Parkdale

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IB MIDDLE YEARS PROGRAM
  • The International Baccalaureate Middle Years
    Program (MYP) is designed for students aged 11 to
    16.
  • Students in the Middle Years Program study eight
    subject groups and view these subjects through
    multiple lenses

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PRE-KINDERGARTEN
  • PGCPS expanded its PRE-K program by an ADDITIONAL
    91 classes this year
  • PGCPS is responsible for opening 321 Pre-K
    classrooms in the past five years
  • The number of students entering kindergarten
    fully prepared has increased by 23 according to
    the States school readiness report

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PARENT INVOLVEMENT
  • EVERY SCHOOL has a Parent Liaison and Parent
    Resource Center
  • PGCPS hired 107 new Pupil Personnel Workers
    (PPWs) and 221 Parent Liaisons
  • These professionals join with other support
    personnel to coordinate services for students,
    families, and schools

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STUDENT SERVICES HIGHLIGHTS
  • This School Year
  • Pupil Personnel Workers will work with parents
    and community organizations to increase student
    attendance by 5 annually and increase the
    on-time graduation rate of all students
  • 80 of parents and children will complete an
    annual Individual Learning Plan with their school
    counselor to support student development and
    progress toward goals

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LITTER FREE SCHOOLS
  • PGCPS has Litter Free Schools partnership with
    Keep Prince Georges County Beautiful and ABITIBI
    Consolidated, Inc.
  • This school year, all PGCPS elementary schools
    and administration buildings will begin a clean
    paper recycling program
  • Middle and high schools will be litter free by
    the end of the 2008-09 school year

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CHALLENGES AHEAD
  • Fiscal Resources
  • State deficit approximately 1.7 billion
  • Economy Slowing
  • Budget Cuts Looming

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CHALLENGES AHEAD
  • Recruitment and Retention of Teachers
  • Maryland colleges and universities graduate 2,500
    teachers annually
  • PGCPS hires half that total each year
  • Critical national shortages in Special Education,
    Math and Science
  • Maintaining Initiatives

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Thank you for joining us
  • Prince Georges County Board of Education
  • R. Owen Johnson, Jr., Chair
  • Verjeana M. Jacobs, Esq., Vice Chair
  • Donna Hathaway Beck
  • Pat J. Fletcher
  • Heather Iliff
  • Rosalind A. Johnson
  • Linda Thornton Thomas
  • Amber P. Waller
  • Ron L. Watson, Jr., Ph.D.
  • Haywood L. Perry, III, Student Member
  • John E. Deasy, Superintendent of Schools,
    Secretary/Treasurer
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