Mounds View Schools Equity Promise Accountability

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Mounds View SchoolsEquity Promise Accountability Report2015-2016School Board PresentationOctober 11, 20161

Our Equity PromiseOur promise: Programs and services will be in place at all schools toensure that race, class, and disability will not predictstudents’ success. Students academic performance will not fall into patternsidentifiable by factors such as race, ethnicity, Englishlanguage proficiency, socioeconomic status, or disability. The school that a student attends will not be the predictorof his or her success in school.

Our PlanIn order to address achievement gaps, Mounds Viewalso addresses three other gaps that are critical toincreasing student achievement.o Aspirations Gap – How do we support the hopes andambitions of ALL Studentso Expectations Gap – How do we meet the expectationsof ALL students and their families as they pursuecollege and career readiness?o Opportunities Gap - How do we provide ALL studentswith access to rigorous course work that preparesthem for opportunities of their choice after highschool?Addressing these four areas will help us to meet ourEquity Promise.See the full brochure: Our Promise, Our Plan, Our Progress on the Mounds View Public Schools Webpage

Dashboard View of Results Results will be displayed using a dashboard dial. Graphically represents value through gradients ofcolor Needle describes sure

Aspirations &Connectedness: S94.80Average Percentage of Students District wide whoindicate the affirmative to the 4 questions onAspirationsDeveloping93.08Average Percentage of Students District wide who indicatethe affirmative to being connected to one teacher, oneother adult in the school, and one student.

Expectations: ResultsEXPECTATIONSEXPECTATIONS93.9099.90Average Percentage of Students District widewho indicate the affirmative to the 4 questions onExpectationsPercentage of Students/Families that participatedin discussions with school staff in regards to goalsetting (Elementary) or designing school courseplan and setting social, emotional, and academicgoals appropriate to that plan (Secondary)

Measuring the Opportunities Students Supportedo Students receive support in advance of accessing rigorouscoursework (Early College Preparation, Seminar)o Students receive support while enrolled in rigorous coursework Students Participatingo Students are enrolled in rigorous courseworko Students enrolled in rigorous coursework are representative of thestudents in the district Students Successfulo Students receive college credit for participation in rigorouscoursework (meet class requirements or proficiency onassessments)

CreditProgramsDescriptionsExamplesAnoka RamseyCommunity CollegeCourse (ARCC)Students participate in ARCC course taught byhigh school staff (mentored by ARCC staff) andoffered at the high schoolBiology, Chemistry,Interpersonal Comm,College Algebra, ArtAppreciationAdvanced Placement (AP)CoursesStudents participate in AP approved course taughtby high school staff and receive 3 or better on APexamLanguage & Comp,Psychology, WorldLang, Physics, HistoryCollege in the Schools(CIS) CourseStudents participate in CIS course taught by highschool staff and earn University of MinnesotaCollege CreditIntroduction toLiterature, CollegeCompositionCollege LevelExamination Program(CLEP)Students participate in course taught by highschool staff and receive 50 or better on the CLEPexamSociology, MarketingPost SecondaryEnrollment Options(PSEO)Students participate in college/university coursesat the college/university campusVariousCareer and TechnicalEducation ArticulatedCredit CoursesStudents in grades 10-12 participate in CTEcourse and earn credit that will be honored atsome Minnesota Community CollegesAccounting, CareerSkills, Business,Construction, AutoService

15-16 Count of Students with ConcurrentEnrollment in College Level CoursesNumber of ts21622764104Students1388143670The enrollment number represents duplicated counts of students, as students may enroll in multiple ARCC, AP, and CIS courses.15-16 High School Enrollment grades 9-12 3410.

DevelopingOpportunities: ResultsIn school year 15-16: 53% (862/1641) of students atIrondale High School 69% (1220/1769) of students atMounds View High School 61% (2078/3410) of students ingrades 9*-12were enrolled in college levelcourses (Anoka-RamseyCommunity College (ARCC),Advanced Placement (AP), &College in the Schools (CIS))*Note that 9th grade students (25% of school) havefewer options to participate, as most coursesbegin at grade e of students in grades 9-12who were enrolled in one or morecollege level courses: Anoka RamseyCommunity College (ARCC),Advanced Placement (AP), College inthe Schools (CIS)

DevelopingOpportunities: Results15-16 DistrictDemographics15-16 8.2%ImplementingRefiningOPPORTUNITIESDifference of 5.2Difference between thedistrict percentage of nonwhite students (33.4%) andthe percentage of nonwhite student participatingin rigorous coursework(28.2%)

DevelopingOpportunities: Results15-16 DistrictDemographics15-16 ImplementingRefiningOPPORTUNITIESDifference of 13.9Difference between thedistrict percentage of FRPstudents (31.3%) andpercentage of FRP studentparticipating in rigorouscoursework (17.4%)

Graduating Class of 2016Participation on Rigorous Course WorkMeasurements associated with the Mounds View and Irondale HighSchool Graduating Class of the current year: Percentage of students accessing rigorous coursework 84% Percentage of students earning college credits 80% # of credits earned/number of students in graduatingclass 17.2 credits # of credits earned/number of students earning credit 20.4 credits # of total credits earned x tuition equivalent (based on 250/credit) 13,256 credits X 250 3.3 Million tuition savings/number of students in graduating class 4,298.00 Tuition savings/number of students earning credit 5091.00

DevelopingOpportunities: ResultsImplementingRefiningOPPORTUNITYGraduating Class’Participation in RigorousCourse WorkResults from theGraduating Class of2016, represent thefirst group tograduate from bothMounds View HighSchool and IrondaleHigh School, andprovide a baselinefor future goals.

Achievement Results Achievement Results will include our results on the World’sBest Work Force Plan and Goals Minnesota State Legislation mandates that Districts develop acomprehensive strategic plan to support and improve teachingand learning that is aligned with creating the world’s best workforce. Five Key Components of this strategic plan:1)2)3)4)5)All students meet school readiness goals.All third grade students achieve grade level literacy.Close achievement gaps for all student groupsAll students graduate from high schoolAll students attain college and career readiness

NWEAMeasures of Academic Progress(MAP):Reading & Mathematics18

NWEA Measures of Academic Progress The median performance at each grade level on NWEAMAP for Math and Reading is between 1-3 grade levelsabove the national norms The All day, Every day Kindergarten Group from 14-15shows the greatest increase in median performance inMath and Reading Our goal as a district is to have 65% of the students in thedistrict, school, and grade meeting or exceeding theirprojected growth target. In 2016, 61.7% of the students in grades 1-8 met orexceeded their growth projection in Reading and 64.6%of students in grades 1-8 met or exceeded their growthprojection in Mathematics. 19

NWEA Reading Median RIT Scores by YearRITNWEA READING MEDIAN240230220210200190180170160150Grade Grade Grade Grade Grade Grade Grade Grade 2262312332015 Norms: 15817818919920621221621822020

NWEA Reading Median RIT Scores by YearRITNWEA MATH MEDIAN300250200150100500Grade Grade Grade Grade Grade Grade Grade Grade 02472501811922032142212252292312015 Norms 15921

Achievement: ResultsDevelopingImplementingThis goal is in alignment with MDE World’s Best Work Force Focus GoalsRefining Students in Kindergarten ready for schoolACHIEVEMENTMEDIANRIT 169ACHIEVEMENTMEDIAN RIT 173Spring Reading Median RIT for Kindergarten 2016(Equivalent to Mid Year Grade 1)Spring Math Median RIT for Kindergartener 2016(Equivalent to Mid Year Grade 1)National K Reading Spring Norm 158Mounds View Schools K Median RIT 2014 164; 2015 168National K Mathematics Spring Norm 159Mounds View Schools K Median RIT 2014 168; 2015 171G1 2016 R 189, M 194

PERCENT OF STUDENTSPercent of Students meetingor exceeding Growth Target:NWEA READING GROWTH80706050403020100National Percentile for this 71566960555857Growth Calculated Using 2015NormsNWEA Norm: 50% BenchmarkMounds View Goal: 65%23

PERCENT OF STUDENTSPercent of Students meetingor exceeding Growth Target:NWEA MATH GROWTH80706050403020100National Percentile for this 696764Growth Calculated Using 2015Norms67th63rdNWEA Norm: 50% BenchmarkMounds View Goal: 65%24

Minnesota Comprehensive Assessment(MCA-III)Mathematics, Reading & Science25

Minnesota Comprehensive Assessments-Series IIIMathematics: Summary of Results Mounds View schools has a greater percentage ofstudents proficient at each grade level, whencompared to Minnesota results. Mounds View results show a 0.4 or almost 1/2%decrease in students who are proficient ascompared to the previous year. The following grades showed the greatest increasein the percent of students proficient as comparedto the previous year: Grade 3 increase of 1.8% Grade 7 increase of 2.2%

Mathematics MCA-III2016 District and State Comparison% of Students ProficientMath Proficiency: % Meeting or Exceeding the .1

Mathematics MCA-III2013-2016 District Historical Results% of Students ProficientMath Proficiency: % Meeting or Exceeding the 7.962.4Mounds View Schools Percent Proficient: 2013 69.4; 2014 70.5; 2015 71.4; 2016 71.0

Minnesota Comprehensive Assessments-Series IIIReading: Summary of Results Mounds View schools has a greater percentage ofstudents proficient at each grade level, whencompared to Minnesota results. Mounds View results show a .9% (or about 1%)decrease in students who are proficient ascompared to the previous year. The following grades showed the greatest increasein the percent of students proficient as comparedto the previous year: Grade 3 increase of 1.5% Grade 5 increase of 1.6% Grade 7 increase of 3.1%

Reading MCA-III% of Students Proficient2016 District and State ComparisonReading Proficiency: % Meeting or Exceeding the 5758.9

Reading MCA-III2013-2016 District Historical Results% of Students ProficientReading Proficiency: % Meeting or Exceeding the 769.670.566.470.8Mounds View Schools Percent Proficient: 2013 67.6; 2014 68.3; 2015 70.7; 2016 69.8

Minnesota Comprehensive Assessments-Series IIIScience: Summary of Results Mounds View schools has a greater percentage ofstudents proficient at each grade level, whencompared to Minnesota results. Mounds View results show a 1.1% decrease instudents who are proficient as compared to theprevious year. The change in the percent of students proficient ateach grade level as compared to the previous yearis as follows: Grade 5 increase of 2.5% Grade 8 decrease of 5.2% High School Life Science decrease of 0.9%

Science MCA-III% of Students Proficient2016 District and State Comparison1009080706050403020100Science Proficiency: % Meeting or Exceeding the Standards58HSDistrict68.757.367.5State61.54755.5

Science MCA-III2013-2016 District Historical Results% of Students ProficientScience Proficiency: % Meeting or Exceeding the ounds View Schools Percent Proficient: 2013 64.1; 2014 60.5; 2015 65.7; 2016 64.6

Achievement: ResultsDevelopingImplementingRefiningThis goal is in alignment with MDE World’s Best Work Force Focus GoalsStudents in Third Grade achieve grade-level literacy.ACHIEVEMENT67.30Percent of ALL students Proficient on theGrade 3 MCA Reading AssessmentStudent performance of theMinnesota ComprehensiveAssessment for Reading providesan annual check of third gradeliteracy progress. Students whoare proficient (meet or exceed thestandards) on this exam areindicative of students who are ontrack with their development ofliteracy skills.

Achievement: ResultsDevelopingImplementingThis goal is in alignment with MDE World’s Best Work Force Focus Goals RefiningEighth Grade StudentsProficient in ReadingACHIEVEMENT66.40Percent of ALL students Proficient on theGrade 8 MCA Reading AssessmentEighth Grade StudentsProficient in MathACHIEVEMENT67.90Percent of ALL students Proficient on theGrade 8 MCA Math Assessment

Progress on Closing Achievement GapThis goal is in alignment with MDE Goal to decrease the Achievement Gap in one half by2017 and the