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									Building a Culture of High Expectations:
   WLS is part of a small, rural school district in
northern Warren County. 865 Students are enrolled
at WMS & WHS for the 2011-12 school year with 59
 students attending the WCCC. Both Schools have
     been rated Excellent for the past 8 years.
 Student Growth Measures
Overview
Ohio's new system for evaluating teachers will provide educators with a richer and more detailed view of their performance, with a focus on
specific strengths and opportunities for improvement. The new system relies on two key evaluation components, each weighted at 50
percent: a rating of teacher performance (based on classroom observations and other factors), and a rating of student academic growth.

The challenge for measuring student growth is that there is not a single student assessment that can be used for all teachers. Local education
agencies (LEAs) must use data from the state Ohio Achievement Assessment and Ohio Graduation Test when available. If those are not
applicable for a given subject or grade, LEAs can choose to use other assessments provided by national testing vendors and approved for
use in Ohio. For subjects in which traditional assessments are not an option – such as art or music – LEAs should establish a process to
create student learning objectives (SLOs) to measure student progress in those courses.

This overview will outline the three types of measures to be included, provide important definitions, and explain the three categories of
teachers based on data availability and LEA decisions.



HB 153 requires 50 percent of the teacher (and principal) evaluation framework to include measures of student growth.
• The student growth component includes multiple measures.
• The student growth component includes student growth measures for three categories of teachers based on availability of Teacher Value-
              Added and LEA decisions
• Teacher-level Value-Added must be included where available (“tested grades and subjects” = reading and mathematics, grades 4-8).
• The Ohio Department of Education (ODE) must create an assessment list for measuring growth in “non-tested grades and subjects.”
• LEA-determined measures also will be included.
• A Student Learning Objective (SLO) process will be utilized for LEA-determined measures.
• Data from these measures will be scored based on five levels, comparable to Teacher Value-Added reports, and converted to a score in one
              of three levels of student growth (Above, Expected, Below).
• The student growth component shall be updated as research and best practices emerge.
Teacher Performance
(50%)
• Student
• Learning Environment
• Content
• Assessment
• Instruction
• Collaboration/Communication
• Professional Responsibility and Growth

Student Growth Measures
(50%)
• Teacher Value-Added
• Vendor Assessments
• LEA-Determined Measures

Evaluation Rating
• Accomplished
• Proficient
• Developing
• Ineffective
Approved List of Assessments Assessment Name
Vendor Name         Grade(s) / Subject(s)
STAR Early Literacy
Renaissance         PK-3 ELA
STAR Math
Renaissance         G1-3, 9-12 Math
STAR Reading
Renaissance         G1-3, 9-12 Reading
Stanford 10
Pearson             K-12 Math, English Language Arts, Social Studies and Science

Stanford Aprenda 3
Pearson            K-12 Math Science, Social Studies,
Terra Nova 3
CTB                K-12, 1-12 ELA, Math, Science, Social Studies
Iowa Assessments
Riverside          K-12 ELA, Math, Science, Social Studies
Riverside Interim Assessments
Riverside          G 2-11 ELA, Math
Performance
Global Scholar     K-12 ELA, Math, Science
iReady Diagnostic
Curriculum Associates   K-8 ELA, Math
MAP
NWEA                    G 3-10 Science
MAP
NWEA                    G 2-12 Math Reading, Language Usage
Explore
ACT                     G 8-9 ELA, Math, Science
Quality Core
ACT                     G 9-12 End of Course Exams: Algebra I, II, Geometry,
                        Pre-Calculus, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, U S History

ACT
ACT                     G 11-12 ELA, Math, Science
PLAN
ACT                     G 10 English, Reading, Math, Science
Compass
ACT                     G 10-12 Writing, Reading, Math
The following table describes the three types of student growth measures including certain legislative requirements and LEA options.
1 Teacher Value-Added
•   MUST use if available
•   10-50% if applicable
•   Phased-in implementation of reading and mathematics, Grades 4-8
•   Extended reporting (other grades and subjects) being piloted
•   EVAAS Value-Added metric, aggregated across subject areas
•   o 1-year report; or 2- or 3-year rolling average, based on availability

2 Vendor Assessments
•   • MUST use if LEA has assessment in place
•   10-50% if applicable and no Value-Added data available
•   • From ODE-Approved List
•   Vendors demonstrate how assessment can measure growth

3 LEA-Determined Measures
• • MAY use: LEA decision (Teacher Categories A and B)
• 0-40% if used in combination with Type One or Two measures
• MUST use (Teacher Category C)
• 50% if no Type One or Two data available
• Three types of LEA-Determined Measures
Student Learning Objectives process for using measures that are specific to relevant subject matter. Measures must be district-
approved and may include:
• Locally developed assessments;
• Pre/Post assessments;
• Interim assessments;
• Performance-based assessments;
• Portfolios.
Shared attribution measures to encourage collaborative goals and may include:
• Building or District Value-Added is recommended if available;
• Building teams (such as content area) may utilize a composite Value-Added score;
• Performance Index gains;
• Building- or District-based SLOs.
Teacher Category A (with Value-Added) also may use Vendor assessments as an LEA-determined measure if using both.
                       Adoption of Revised Academic Content Standards and
                                  Common Core State Standards



First steps in our transition to the COMMON CORE in 2010-11:

      •All 8th grade students will take the Explore in the fall http://www.act.org/explore/
      •All 9th grade students will take the Plan during OGT testing http://www.act.org/plan/index.html
             • Begin to collect baseline data and begin to build a longitudinal look at our population.

WHS is going to pilot end of course exams in four courses in Math and English (may not test all students
in the course but will give us a sample) – We have been talking to Quality Core.
http://www.act.org/qualitycore/index.html

•We need to begin the mapping/alignment process and believe that it starts from the top down- remember our
target testing with students in regards to ACT will be in the fall and spring of the junior year. Therefore, when
looking at vertical alignment we will need to start with and include the middle school – not wait until high
school. ACT is 97% aligned to the COMMON CORE.


Next steps in our transition to the COMMON CORE in 2011-12:
     • Assessment Day for all grades 7 - 12
                   Adoption of Revised Academic Content Standards and
                              Common Core State Standards


Next steps in our transition to the COMMON CORE in 2011-12:


                    October Assessment Day - 10/7/11 (Early Release)
                            7th Grade – Explore (Scored by ACT)
                            8th Grade – Explore (Scored by ACT)
                               9th Grade – Plan (Scored by ACT)
                              10th Grade – Plan (Scored by ACT)
     11th Grade – ACT Practice Test (retired version scored internally)
     12th Grade - ACT Practice Test (retired version scored internally)
                                    ACT Test Date is 10/22/11


    Departmental Meetings with WCESC to discuss alignment to newly
                          revised standards




                                                  2011-12
Wayne Local Schools College and Career Readiness Model

6th Grade
Career Day                    OAA (Reading and Math)

7th Grade
Kuder/OCIS                    OAA (Reading and Math)
                              Practice Explore (scored by ACT) October Assessment Day
                              Iowa Testing
8th Grade
Kuder/OCIS                    OAA (Reading, Science and Math)
Real World Real Money         MMGW Assessment (survey only)
Mock Interviews               Explore (scored by ACT) October Assessment Day

9th Grade
Kuder/OCIS                    Plan (scored by ACT) October Assessment Day
Career Day                    PSAT (not mandatory – moved to Saturday for 2012)

10th Grade
Kuder/OCIS                    Plan (scored by ACT)           October Assessment Day
Career Day                    OGT (Reading, Math, Science, Writing, Social Studies)
                              PSAT (not mandatory)
11th Grade
Kuder/OCIS                    ACT Practice Test (retired version scored internally)- October Assessment Day
Career Day                    ACT Test
College Day                   PSAT (not mandatory)

12th Grade
Career Passport               ACT Practice Test    (retired version scored internally)-   October Assessment Day
College Day                   ACT Test
           Freshman                             Sophomores                             Juniors and Seniors
              Plan                            College Readistep                                ACT
                         Career
   7:35 - 8:35          Section        7:35- 8:00      Answer Document          7:35 - 8:00     Answer Document
   8:40 - 9:10          English        8:00-8:40           Reading              8:00 - 8:45         English
   9:10 - 9:50            Math         8:45 - 9:25         Writing              8:50 - 9:50          Math
   9:50-10:00            Break         9:25-9:35            Break              9:50 - 10:00          Break
  10:00 - 10:20         Reading        9:40-10:00        Math w/Calc          10:00 - 10:35         Reading
  10:25 - 10:50         Science       10:05 -10:25       Math wo/Calc         10:40 - 11:15         Science
  10:50-11:02         Collect Test    10:30-11:02         Collect test        11:20 - 11:50         Writing
  11:02 -11:32          LUNCH         11:02 -11:32         LUNCH               11:50-12:02         Collect test
  11:35-12:00          6th Period     11:35-12:00         6th Period          12:02 - 12:32          Lunch
  12:03 - 12:32        7th period     12:03 - 12:32       7th period             Teachers
                                                                            Hoehner (rm 22)                       21
    Teachers                            Teachers                              Stupp (rm 16)                       20
Burchfield (rm 23)        24         Helleman (SL2)           24              Polz (rm 14)                        20
 Pardon (rm 28)           23          Curlis (rm 21)          22            Schleman (rm 13)                      20
 Stubbs (rm 15)           24           Clark (SL 3)           23            Syvertsen (rm 26)                     22
  Hardin (SL1)            24          Lewis (mac)             24              Frost (rm 18)      Lunch at 12:32   20
Weirauch (rm 27)          24            Molly (art)            9            Langford (rm 17)     Lunch at 12:32   20
Judy /Mandy (rm
       25)                 9                                 102             Hamen (rm 12)       Lunch at 12:32   20
                          128                                                Rivero (rm 24)      Lunch at 12:32   21
                                                                             Lueth (media)                         8
                                                                                                                  19
                                                                                                                   2
                                                Foley - Sub/Bathroom
                                              Gabbard / Philpot - Hallway
                                                                      District Objective – Student Achievement/ Accountability

                  Lexile.com
                  The Lexile Framework for Reading
                  Matching readers with texts
                                                                “Typical” Reader – Lexile measures by Grade:
                                                                Grade       1          Up to 300 L
                                                                            2          140 - 500 L
                                                                            3          330 - 700 L
                                                                            4          445 - 810 L
http://www.thereadingwarehouse.com/DEV/search.php?Lexile=1290               5          565 - 910 L
                                                                            6          665 - 1000 L
                                                                            7          735 - 1065 L
http://www.lexile.com/about-lexile/lexile-overview/                         8          805 - 1100 L
                                                                            9          855 - 1165 L
                                                                            10         905 - 1195 L
 http://www.lexile.com/analyzer/                                            11&12      940 - 1210 L


ACT has established progressive Lexile Ranges aligned to College and Career
Readiness Expectations for all students:
Grades        2-3                          450 – 790 L
              4-5                          770 – 980 L
              6-8                          955 – 1155 L
              9-10                         1080 – 1305 L
              11-CCR                       1215 – 1355 L
                                  6 LA
Oceans cover more than two-thirds of our planet. Yet, just a small fraction of
the underwater world has been explored. A new project aims to shed additional
light on the ocean depths. Scientists at the Woods Hole Oceanographic
Institution (WHOI) in Massachusetts are building an underwater vehicle that will
carry explorers as deep as 6,500 meters (21,320 feet). The new machine,
known as a manned submersible or human-operated vehicle (HOV), will
replace another one named Alvin, which has been operating for 40 years but
can go down only 4,500 meters (14,764 feet).

Based on the amazing results of Alvin’s explorations, there’s plenty more
down there to be discovered.
6 LA
      A Portrait of Adult Reading
               Demands
•   Community College Textbooks (1200L‐1370L)
•   University Textbooks (1300L‐1480L)
•   SAT/ACT/AP Test Materials (1105L‐1205L)
•   GRE Test Materials (1325L‐1440L)
What does the Data Show???
  Correlation between ACT Explore® and Grade 8 OAAs
  The ACT Explore® test is often given to 8th grade students as a means of seeing how prepared these students are for high school and beyond.
  There is typically not a lot of understanding of the content that goes into the ACT tests, and often times no further analysis is done in terms of the
  group performance on the test compared with the Ohio Achievement Tests.

  At the request of a SW Ohio district, I undertook a correlation study between student performance on the ACT Explore test and the subsequent
  OAA tests taken by the same students about 5 months after the Explore test.

  Before presenting the data, I think it is important to explain what a correlation coefficient is. Often denoted by the symbol r , a correlation
  coefficient looks at two variables for the same student and determines the degree of linear connection between the two of them. When dealing with
  data from human subjects, like test results, the following table is helpful for interpreting r values.

                                                      Correlation                    r value
                                                        None                       0.0 to 0.09
                                                        Small                       0.1 to 0.3
                                                       Medium                       0.3 to 0.5
                                                        Strong                      0.5 to 1.0

Here is the table of r values for the correlations calculated for this district’s 8th graders. The scaled score values for both tests
were used.
                                        OAA test           ACT Explore® test                r value
                                            Reading                      Reading                       0.64
                                            Reading                      English                       0.75
                                               Math                        Math                        0.77
                                             Science                     Science                       0.52

  You can see from the two tables that there definitely exists a strong correlation between the achievement levels of students taking both of these
  tests. Of the four comparisons, the science correlation appears to be the weakest. My proposed explanation for this is that the Explore Science
  test is almost exclusively a Science Process skills test versus the OAA which is heavily content knowledge driven. Even still the correlation is in
  the strong category. This gives the Explore test diagnostic value for the OAAs. If the results are received with time prior to the OAA
  administration interventions could be made.
   ACT’s College Readiness Benchmarks

Test           EXPLORE    PLAN    ACT
English          13        15     18

Mathematics      17        19     22
Reading          15        17     21
Science          20        21     24
Classes of 2016 and 2017
                                                                                                 Class of 2015 at or above benchmark (2010-11 Explore Results)

                                                                               90%         84%

      ACT’s College Readiness Benchmarks                                       80%

                                                                               70%                                                66%
                                                                                                  61%            62%
Test                 EXPLORE              PLAN                   ACT           60%

English                 13                 15                     18           50%                                                                               WMS
Mathematics             17                 19                     22           40%                                     36%              36%                      National

Reading                 15                 17                     21           30%                                                                  27%

Science                 20                 21                     24           20%
                                                                                                                                                          10%
                                                                               10%

                                                                               0%
                                                                                            English                Math            Reading           Science




                                                                          We will divide our students into three groups:
                                                         those who are ON TARGET (met or exceeded the College Readiness Benchmarks)
                                                those who are NEARLY ON TARGET (within 2 or fewer score points of meeting each Benchmark)
                                                     those who were OFF TARGET (more than 2 score points from meeting each Benchmark).


                     Class of 2014 at or above benchmark (2011 Plan Results)

90%                                                                                                                Achievement
80%      77%

               68%
70%
                                                    62%
60%
                                                           50%
50%                                                                                                   WHS
                              42%
40%                                                                                                   National
                                    34%
                                                                          29%
30%
                                                                                     22%
20%

10%
                                                                                                                                  Growth
 0%
          English                Math                 Reading              Science
District Objective – Student Achievement/ Accountability
                                                                                                 Class of 2014 Plan Results (2011)
  Achievement
                                                                80%
                                                                         72%
                                                                70%

                                                                                                                      58%
                                                                60%
                                                                                                                                                     51%
                                                                50%
                                                                                                            41%                                            On Target
                                                                                               38%
                                                                40%                                                                                        Nearly on Target
                                                                                                                                                           Not on Target
               Growth                                           30%
                                                                                                     21%
                                                                                                                                  25%
                                                                                                                                         27%
                                                                                                                                               22%
                                                                20%            15%                                          17%
                                                                                     13%
 Individual Benchmarks
                                                                10%
 those who are ON TARGET (Plan score of 20 or above)
 those who are NEARLY ON TARGET (Plan score of 18-19)           0%
 those who were OFF TARGET (Plan score of 17 or below)                     English                   Math               Reading            Science




       Gender    Grade     Comp (Iowa 2009)     Composite (Plan 2011)          Projected ACT                  Goal - Comp Score of 24 (20 and above)
          M         9             98                     25                           26-30                                         On Target
          M         9                                    21                           22-26                                         On Target
          F         9             92                     20                           21-25                                         On Target
          M         9                                    20                           21-25                                         On Target
          M         9                                    21                           22-26                                         On Target
        Gender    Grade     Comp (Iowa 2009)     Composite (Plan 2011)          Projected ACT                       Goal - Comp Score of 24 (18 or 19)
           F         9              76                    18                           19-23                                      Nearly on Target
           F         9              76                    18                           19-23                                      Nearly on Target
           M         9              70                    18                           19-23                                      Nearly on Target
           M         9              79                    18                           19-23                                      Nearly on Target
           F         9              68                    18                           19-23                                      Nearly on Target
        Gender    Grade     Comp (Iowa 2009)     Composite (Plan 2011)          Projected ACT                     Goal - Comp Score of 24 (17 and below)
           M         9              68                    16                           16-20                                       Not on Target
           F         9                                    13                           13-17                                       Not on Target
           F         9              50                    17                           17-21                                       Not on Target
           F         9              65                    15                           15-19                                       Not on Target
           F         9              90                    17                           17-21                                       Not on Target
District Objective – Student Achievement/ Accountability                                                                        Quality Core – End of Course Exam

                      Average Final QualityCore Algebra I Score: 145                                                       Average Final QualityCore Geometry Score: 145
                             Final Scale Score Range 125-175                                                                      Final Scale Score Range 125-175
                                       Subscores -- Points Received / Possible Points
                                                                                                                                             Subscores -- Points Received / Possible Points
       Exploring Expressions,
   Equations, and Functions in                                                                          Comparing Geometric Figures
                                                                                                   28                                                         14
           the First Degree 12                                                                                                    6

    Exploring Other Nonlinear                                                                                      Logic and Proof 5                          14
    Equations and Functions 6                          12

         Exploring Quadratic                                                                               Measurement/Coordinate
                                                            14                                             Geometry/Trigonometry 8                                      18
    Equations and Functions 3

 Number Sense, Operation and                                                                                 Properties of Geometric
               Graph Skills 7                                    16                                                        Figures 10                                                24




                                                       Received Points           Possible Points                                                          Received Points       Possible Points




                   Average Final QualityCore Algebra II Score: 144                                                              Average Final QualityCore Precalculus Score: 150
                           Final Scale Score Range 125-175                                                                              Final Scale Score Range 125-175
                                   Subscores -- Points Received / Possible Points                                                                Subscores -- Points Received / Possible Points

          Linear Functions 5                                                            14                       Conic Sections; Advanced
                                                                                                                              Functions 12                                                                     19
  Nonpolynomial Functions 5                                                             14
                                                                                                                    Polar Coordinates and
                                                                                                                                Vectors 8                                                           14
 Number Sense and Operation
        Skills and Quadratic                                                            14
                 Functions 6                                                                                        Polynomial Functions;
                                                                                                                    Sequences and Series 7                                                               17
      Polynomial Functions 6                                                            14
                                                                                                                Trigonometric and Periodic
                                                                                                                              Functions 11                                                                    20
  Probability, Sequences, and
                     Series 6                                                           14



                                                                                                                                                              Received Points     Possible Points

                                               Received Points        Possible Points



                                                                                                            How will you measure success/growth?
  District Objective – Student Achievement/ Accountability                                                          Quality Core – End of Course Exam



                   Average Final QualityCore English 9 Score: 152                                               Average Final QualityCore English 10 Score: 154
                          Final Scale Score Range 125-175                                                               Final Scale Score Range 125-175
                                  Subscores -- Points Received / Possible Points                                                Subscores -- Points Received / Possible Points


        Critical Reading 8                                                                            Critical Reading 7                    12
                                              13

                  Essay 9                                                                                      Essay 10                                                 24
                                                                         24

   Mechanics of Writing 2                                                                        Mechanics of Writing 4           6
                                  5

                                                                                              Reading Comprehension 12                                 17
Reading Comprehension 12                               17



                                                                                                                                             Received Points         Possible Points
                                              Received Points         Possible Points




                       Average Final QualityCore English 11 Score: 156                                                Average Final QualityCore English 12 Score: 154
                               Final Scale Score Range 125-175                                                                Final Scale Score Range 125-175

                                      Subscores -- Points Received / Possible Points                                                  Subscores -- Points Received / Possible Points

                                                                                                          Critical Reading 12                            16
             Critical Reading 9                          15

                                                                                                                    Essay 12                                                 24
                      Essay 14                                                  24
                                                                                                       Mechanics of Writing 4          6
        Mechanics of Writing 4         5
                                                                                                    Reading Comprehension 9                       13
    Reading Comprehension 10                             15


                                                                                                                                                   Received Points       Possible Points


                                                    Received Points         Possible Points
          What does the Data Show???
                  Writing

 Math                        Social Studies




Science                        Reading




          OGT Seven Year Study
               2005 - 2011
       Percentage of students who passed the OGT on the first attempt
100%
                                                                          93%
                                                    90%
90%
                              83%
                   78%                                         79%
80%                                      76%

        69%
70%

60%

50%

40%

30%

20%

10%

 0%
       All 2005   All 2006   All 2007   All 2008   All 2009   All 2010   All 2011
    Waynesville High School Ranked 24th in the State of Ohio!!!!                              District Objective – Student Achievement
 WHS is ranked 24th on the list of high schools released by the Ohio Department of
 Education. This places WHS in the top 3-4% of the high schools in OHIO (753).         Performance Index
 WHS is also ranked 54th on the list of ALL schools (K-12) and places WHS in the      The Performance Index (PI) is a calculation that
                   top 1.5% of ALL schools in OHIO (3440).                            measures achievement/OGT test performance at the 3rd,
                                                                                      4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, and 10th (OGT) grade levels based
                                                                        Performance   upon the number of students at each performance level.
  Building Name                        District Name                    Index Score
                                                                                      The PI is calculated by assigning a weighted score to
                                                                          2010-11
  Solon High School                    Solon City                          114.6      each performance level in the following manner:
  Oakwood High School                  Oakwood City                        114.1      • Untested students - 0 points
  Dublin Jerome High School            Dublin City                          114       • Below Basic/Limited - 0.3 points
  Minster High School                  Minster Local                       113.5      • Basic - 0.6 points
  Turpin High School                   Forest Hills Local                  113.4      • Proficient - 1.0 points
  Hudson High School                   Hudson City                         112.7      • Accelerated – 1.1 points
  Toledo Early College High School     Toledo City                         112.5      • Advanced - 1.2
  Rocky River High School              Rocky River City                    112.4
  John Hay Early College High School   Cleveland Municipal                 112.2      The percentage of students at each performance level is
  Aurora High School                   Aurora City                         112.2      then multiplied by their respective weight, and the totals
  Olentangy Liberty High School        Olentangy Local                      112       for each performance level are summed to get the
  Indian Hill High School              Indian Hill Exempted Village        112        building’s overall Performance Index score.
  Reynoldsburg High School eSTEM       Reynoldsburg City                   111.9
  Madeira High School                  Madeira City                        111.9
  William Mason High School            Mason City School District          111.9
  New Albany High School               New Albany-Plain Local              111.8
  Walnut Hills High School             Cincinnati City                     111.8
  Mariemont High School                Mariemont City                      111.7
  Chagrin Falls High School            Chagrin Falls Exempted Village      111.7
  Wyoming High School                  Wyoming City                        111.4
  Springboro High School               Springboro Community City           111.1
  Upper Arlington High School          Upper Arlington City                 111
  Ottawa Hills High School             Ottawa Hills Local                   111
  Waynesville High School              Wayne Local                         110.8
  Versailles High School               Versailles Exempted Village         110.7



What will you do this year to ensure ALL students experience success and growth?
Gap Analysis Used for Student Achievement/ Benchmarks              District Objective – Student Achievement
                                                                   How will you measure success/growth?




                                        ACT Benchmarks and Goals
                                            PERCENT
                                   NUMBER              PERCENT   PERCENT   PERCENT   PERCENT   PERCENT   PERCENT Adv
         School    SUBJECT                  PROF. OR
                                   TESTED                ADV.     ACCEL.    PROF.     BASIC    LIMITED      + ACC
                                            ABOVE
Solon City SD       Reading         472         99.2     66.9      24.8      7.4       0.6       0.2        91.7
Waynesville         Reading         128         97.7     39.1      33.6      25        1.6       0.8        72.7


Solon City SD     Mathematics       472         98.5     81.1      13.1      4.2       0.6       0.8        94.2
Waynesville       Mathematics       128         94.5     64.8      23.4      6.3       3.1       2.3        88.2


Solon City SD        Writing        472         98.5     10.4      76.9      11.2      1.1       0.4        87.3
Waynesville          Writing        128         97.7     0.8       75.8      21.1      0.8       1.6        76.6


Solon City SD        Science        472         97.7     60.8      22.5      14.4      1.7       0.6        83.3
Waynesville          Science        128         94.5     46.1      22.7      25.8      3.9       1.6        68.8


Solon City SD     Social Studies    472         99.2     82.2      10         7        0.2       0.6        92.2
Waynesville       Social Studies    128         94.5     70.3      12.5      11.7      3.1       2.3        82.8


Solon City SD       All Five        472          97
Waynesville         All Five        128         90.6
       Five-Year School Score Summary (2011)
            % of Students at WHS with a score of a “3” or above




Waynesville High School
                 Ohio
                Global
       What does the Data Show???
               6/7/8 Reading
                               8 Science
6/7/8 Math




             OAA DATA
             2007 - 2011
WMS Performance Index
                    WMS OAA
                  Summary Results
%            2007    2008   2009   2010   2011
Proficient
6 Reading    94      87     92     92     96
6 Math       91      95     96     92     93


7 Reading    90      89     90     96     85
7 Math       84      84     94     90     84
7 Writing    96      95     91     NA     NA


8 Reading    94      94     95     93     96
8 Math       88      83     92     84     90
8 Science    87      83     91     90     88
8 SS         85      86     89     NA     NA
                     WMS OAA
                   Summary Results
%             2007    2008   2009   2010   2011
Accelerated
Advanced
6 Reading     50      54     50     58     62
6 Math        66      72     67     84     66


7 Reading     45      48     53     57     52
7 Math        31      32     38     51     46
7 Writing     64      74     54     NA     NA


8 Reading     58      70     63     65     73
8 Math        29      43     50     45     43
8 Science     56      44     65     63     61
8 SS          62      61     72     NA     NA
Components to help the teacher improve
       Student Achievement




  Staff Development and Improvement
Staff Development Opportunities linked to the following:
•    Promoting rigor/relevance and student engagement in the classroom. (MSTR)
•    The Big Idea – part of connection. (HSTW – MSTR)
•    Rigor/Relevance Framework http://www.leadered.com/rrr.html
•    Real World predictable and unpredictable situations.




•   Technology – engage, enrich, and re-teach. Real world examples – 21st Century Skills. Web page
    development, smartbaords used as smartboards, teacher/student resource, STEM.
•   ACT Alignment –ACT Curriculum Review, reading comprehension assessments
•   S M A R T Goals - Goal meeting’s in September – 6-12 department meetings during late arrivals.


                                                2010-11
               Professional Development linked to District Objectives


                     Reading, Writing and Thinking
   47 Minutes of Learning
   HSTW
   Formative Assessments
   Marzano - Acquisition of Vocabulary – Building Background Knowledge
   RttT
     Using data to improve classroom instruction (value-added, formative assessments)
      Innovative opportunities and models for Ohio’s schools and education leaders
     Expanding effective educator preparation programs
     Integration of the new Content Standards and Model Curricula into the classroom
     Research-based high quality instructional practices
     Teacher evaluation systems that integrate student growth measures
     Ohio Principal and Teacher Evaluation Systems
   Short Cycle Assessments
   Laura Robb – Reading and Writing Strategies
   Collins Writing
   HSTW Focus Groups      Professional Learning Communities
   Blooms , Blooms, Blooms……
        WMS
Extra Time/Extra Help
     The definition of INSANITY is doing the same thing over and over
                    again and hoping for different results.




Essential Questions:

                           Who is the customer?

 What will you do this year to ensure ALL students experience success?????

        How do you determine success in your classroom/school????

                       How will you measure success?

               What will you do if students are not successful?
                        99% will have graduated in 4 years (86.9 state ave.)
    Senior Year
    58% participate in Athletics                             29% will earn a Honors Diploma
    95.4% participated in Fine Arts
                                                                       Average GPA - 3.029
 Average credits earned = 24.9                                               Top 4 Majors
                                                                             1. Bio/medical
                                                                             2. Nursing
  35.2% have                                                                 3. Education
  taken an AP                                                                4. Criminal Justice
     course

ACT Ave. score – 21.5                                                          31.4% will have earned
                                                                               College Credit through:
93% passed the OGT on                                                          AP, PSEO or Dual Credit
the First Attempt

16.5% will go into the workforce
                                                                Each will earn $7929.00 in
                                                                      scholarships
     1.8% will go into the military

                             58.7% will attend a four year college/university (12% out of state)
                             24.7% will attend a two year college/university
Building a Culture of High Expectations:

								
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