The right results require strong leadership, exemplary teaching, focused learning, involved parents and partners, good attendance and proper behavior. Performance in each of these areas becomes the driving force for student growth, attitude, behavior, and academic achievement. When they are measured and monitored the right results are achieved and performance improves.
In Grades 3 – 8, the graphs below reflect the reading and mathematics performance of each grade level on MSA.In Mathematics, all the grades had some students scoring in advanced. Grade four had 20.5 % of the students at that level. Overall, 10.5% of all the students taking the test scored advanced; in addition, the following grades had over 60% of the students passing the test: Grade Four (83.6%), Grade Six (76.7%), Grade Three (74%). Good Job!MSA Mathematics
In Reading, all the grades had some students scoring in advanced. Two grades had more than 25% of the students scoring at that level, Grade Five (28.9%) and Grade Six (26%). Overall, 16.6% of all the students taking MSA scored advanced. In addition, the following grades had over 60% of the students passing the test: Grade Four (73.6%), Grade Five (80.7%), Grade Six (79.5%), Grade Seven (67.1%). Good Job!
These results are from the Stanford 10 Assessment given to only grades one and two. Stanford 10 is a National Standardized Test with national norms. It compares our results with other students across the country. The scores above are based on the normal curve equivalent (NCE) which has a range from 1 to 99. An average range is between 30 to 70. Grade One scored in the average range for reading (44.8) and math (51.0). Grade Two also scored in the average range for reading (46.2) and increased 8.2 points from last year and math (54.3) with an increase of 12.3 points. Great Job!