SCHOOL REPORT NIGHT - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

Loading...

PPT – SCHOOL REPORT NIGHT PowerPoint presentation | free to view - id: 5a9110-NmNkO



Loading


The Adobe Flash plugin is needed to view this content

Get the plugin now

View by Category
About This Presentation
Title:

SCHOOL REPORT NIGHT

Description:

SCHOOL REPORT NIGHT Coventry High School March 7, 2013 Mission Statement The mission of Coventry High School is to challenge our students to meet high academic and ... – PowerPoint PPT presentation

Number of Views:72
Avg rating:3.0/5.0
Slides: 23
Provided by: SLI90
Category:
Tags: night | report | school | grade | night | parent

less

Write a Comment
User Comments (0)
Transcript and Presenter's Notes

Title: SCHOOL REPORT NIGHT


1
SCHOOL REPORT NIGHT
  • Coventry High School
  • March 7, 2013

2
Mission Statement
  • The mission of Coventry High School is to
    challenge our students to meet high academic and
    ethical standards in a safe and supportive
    environment of mutual respect. We are committed
    to providing our students with clear instruction
    and criteria to develop the knowledge, skills,
    character, and cultural awareness to become
    productive and responsible citizens

3
School Improvement TeamCommittees
  • ELA Proficiency
  • Math Proficiency
  • School Culture and Climate
  • Career Awareness
  • Tech 21
  • Proficiency-Based Graduation Requirements
  • NEASC

4
Key Regulations from RI Board of Regents in 2003
CHS Plan for Students to Graduate with
Proficiency(ensuring students graduate with
content skills and knowledge AND applied
learning skills)
  • Literacy
  • Personalization
  • Graduation by Proficiency
  • Capstone, Portfolio, State Assessment (Class of
    2014)

5
Personalization Improving the School Climate
  • Individual Learning Plans for all students
  • Response to Intervention
  • Course Syllabi
  • Grading Practices
  • Ramp-up Capstone, Portfolio, NECAP
  • Student Support Groups
  • Alateen
  • Structured Study
  • Grief Support
  • Clubs and Activities
  • Assemblies on student topics
  • N3

6
Initiatives for 2013
  • Informational Text
  • Numeracy
  • Teach Like A Champion
  • Teacher evaluations
  • Twitter PD _at_CoventryOakers
  • Technology PD
  • Improving the climate
  • Moving to CCSS

7
Career and Technical Center
  • Programs
  • Automotive
  • Carpentry
  • Child Development
  • Cosmetology
  • Culinary
  • Electronics/computers
  • Graphic Communications
  • Health Occupations

NEW REGION Foster/Glocester Scituate West
Warwick Warwick East Greenwich
8
NEASC
  • CHS placed on warning (Sept 2010)
  • Community Resources for Learning
  • Curriculum
  • 10 Year accreditation (Through 2020)
  • Report online
  • Reaccredited by NEASC
  • Strong language included for Community Resources
    for Learning and Curriculum
  • Two-Year Report submitted in Oct 2012

9
November 2012 Bond
  • Thank you!

10
November 2012 Bond
  • Next steps
  • Roof Repairs (Summer 2013)
  • Fire Alarm System (Summer 2013)
  • Athletic Complex (TBD)
  • Flooring Replacements (TBD)
  • HVAC Improvements (TBD)
  • 8,550,000 bond with state reimbursement of 48.3

11
Data Assessment Scores
12
Coventry High School SAT Results
Class Reading Writing Math Seniors Taking SAT
2003 488 493 48
2004 494 504 54
2005 506 515 58
2006 485 482 493 58
2007 477 471 490 63
2008 487 489 494 58
2009 493 487 498 53
2010 489 482 492 48
2011 482 474 482 49
2012 479 475 489 57

13
Coventry High SchoolCollege-Going Rate
Class 4 YEAR COLLEGE 2 YEAR COLLEGE
2004 42 28
2005 45 28
2006 44 29
2007 46 29
2008 45 29
2009 44 30
2010 41 23
2011 43 25
2012 50 36
14
Rhode Islands Statewide Assessment - NECAP
  • Assessment designed to measure content skills
    on our GSEs
  • NECAP New England Compact Assessment Program
    (RI-NH-VT)
  • Given to 11th graders in October over 6 days
    (90 minute tests)
  • Reading Writing Math
  • Part of state accountability system under No
    Child Left Behind

15
Benefits of the State Assessment Program
  • Promotes and encourages reflection and discussion
    on curriculum and instruction
  • Encourages faculty interaction and curricular
    integration
  • Promotes and encourages accountability to
    Standards-based Instruction aligned to the Grade
    Span Expectations
  • Opportunity to investigate possible curriculum
    strengths and weaknesses

16
Scoring the NECAP Assessment
  • Achievement Level
  • 4 Proficient with Distinction
  • 3 Proficient
  • 2 Partially Proficient
  • 1 Substantially Below Proficient
  • Scale Score (Math ELA)
  • 00 to 80 (with an 11 in front of the score)
  • 1140 needed to achieve Proficient performance
  • Total Points (Writing)
  • Two scorers score on a 1 to 6 writing rubric
  • Maximum points 12 score of 7 is Proficient.

17
NECAP Results READING
  • Students Scoring at Proficiency (Levels 3 4)
  • 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12
    2012-13
  • CHS 67 75 89 86
    89
  • RI 69 73 76 76
    79
  • Students Scoring Below Proficiency (Levels 1 2)
  • 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12
    2012-13
  • CHS 33 25 11 13
    11
  • RI 31 26 24 23
    21

Fall 2012 Testing Year/RIDE
18
NECAP Results WRITING
  • Students Scoring at Proficiency (Levels 3 4)
  • 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11
    2011-12 2012-13
  • CHS 48 66 61 61
    67
  • RI 42 55 51 51
    50
  • Students Scoring Below Proficiency (Levels 1 2)
  • 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11
    2011-12 2012-13
  • CHS 53 34 40 39
    33
  • RI 59 45 49
    50 50

19
NECAP Results MATHEMATICS
  • Students Scoring at Proficiency (Levels 3 4)
  • 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11
    2011-12 2012-13
  • CHS 30 27 37 33
    38
  • RI 27 28 33 30
    34
  • Students Scoring Below Proficiency (Levels 1 2)
  • 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11
    2011-12 2012-13
  • CHS 70 73 63 67
    62
  • RI 73 73 67
    70 66

20
NECAP Reading1s
  • READING
  • 11 Students
  • Will remain enrolled in Literacy/Reading program
  • Will retake the NECAP reading exam in October
    (and possibly March)
  • They will need to improve based upon RIDE sliding
    scale.

21
NECAP Math 1s
  • Mathematics
  • 131 Students
  • 71 students scored with one or two questions of a
    NECAP 2
  • 60 students require more remediation
  • Will be enrolled in a Senior Math course
  • May be half year or whole year for students
  • Possible summer institute
  • Possible after school support during 2013
  • Possible alternative tests
  • They will need to improve based upon RIDE sliding
    scale.

22

Thanks For Coming! ?
To Contact us phone 822.9499
Internet www.coventryschools.net click on
School Websites click on Coventry High
School To Set up an Parent
Portal account call or e-mail us at
hobinmichael_at_coventryschools.net
About PowerShow.com