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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 PERFORMANCE
BY GRADE LEVEL FY2003-FY2007
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MSA MATH PERFORMANCE
BY GRADE LEVEL FY2003-FY2007
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MSA READING PERFORMANCE
BY GRADE LEVEL FY2003-FY2007
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MSA MATH PERFORMANCE
BY 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:
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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:
• Northview ES (2007)
• Rosa L. Parks ES
(2006)
• Dr. Henry A. Wise, Jr.
HS (2006)
• Suitland ES (2005)
• William W. Hall ES
(2005)
• Port Towns ES
(2004)
• Panorama ES (2004)
• Samuel P. Massie
ES (2003)
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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
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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
Test-Takers 2006
2007
% Change
PGCPS
4,473
5,038
+12.6%
Maryland
34,795
37,349
+7.3%
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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)
Bowie (650 seniors)
Central (191 seniors)
Charles H. Flowers (529 seniors)
Crossland (335 seniors)
Duval (231 seniors)
Eleanor Roosevelt (633 seniors)
Fairmont Heights (160 seniors)
Forestville (171 seniors)
Frederick Douglass (392 seniors)
Friendly (340 seniors)
Gwynn Park (313 seniors
High Point (420 seniors)
Largo (436 seniors)
Laurel (388 seniors)
Northwestern (435 seniors)
Oxon Hill (424 seniors)
Parkdale (377 seniors)
Potomac (237 seniors)
Suitland (493 seniors)
Surrattsville (307 seniors)
$293,503
$2,879,483
$1,121,340
$9,027,512
$3,826,480
$2,866,310
$26,638,237
$1,009,460
$2,060,300
$883,093
$1,069,664
$2,765,691
$2,000,000
$1,344,041
$4,014,996
$2,133,668
$5,000,000
$2,610,450
$2,494,500
$9,598,031
$690,780
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MIDDLE SCHOOL INITIATIVES
• Every MIDDLE SCHOOL began offering
three rigorous, new programs this year
• America’s Choice
• Advancement Via Individual
Determination (AVID)
• Middle Years - International
Baccalaureate
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AMERICA’S CHOICE
• 11 PGCPS MIDDLE SCHOOLS began full
implementation of America’s Choice this
school year including:
Benjamin Stoddert
G. Gardner Shugart Thurgood Marshall
G. James Gholson
Thomas Johnson
William Wirt
Andrew Jackson
Drew Freeman
Kettering
Buck Lodge
Nicholas Orem
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ADVANCEMENT VIA INDIVIDUAL
DETERMINATION (AVID)
• NINE PGCPS middle schools began AVID
programs this year:
Oxon Hill
Kenmoor
Ernest Everett Just
Benjamin Tasker
Eugene Burroughs
Gwynn Park
Samuel Ogle
Stephan Decatur
Martin Luther King, Jr.
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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
Isaac Gourdine MS
Greenbelt MS
Charles Carroll MS
Dwight D.
Eisenhower MS
James Madison MS
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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 State’s 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 George’s 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 George’s 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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