2013-2014
District &
School
Performance Scores
November 2014 Accountability Updates
East Baton Rouge Parish School System
Liz Frischhertz, Accountability & Assessment
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School Performance Score
Elementary School
Assessment Points *
150
Advanced
i LEAP
125
Mastery
Grade 3
100
Basic
0
Approaching Basic
0
Unsatisfactory
LEAP
Grade 4
* Progress Points - Up to 10 points for
students who exceed growth expectations on
current year tests
School Performance Score
Middle School
Assessment Points *
Dropout//Credit
Accumulation
Index
150
Advanced
125
Mastery
100
Basic
i LEAP
0
Approaching Basic
Grade 6
0
Unsatisfactory
Credits Accumulation
Index Points
Points
Per Student
6
150
i LEAP
5.5
125
Grade 7
5
100
4.5
75
4
50
3.5
25
3 or less
0
3rd year 8th grade student
0
Dropout
0
* Progress Points - Up to 10 points for students who exceed
growth expectations on current year tests
* End-of-Course Points – Additional points for middle school
students scoring Excellent (50) or Good (25) on EOC tests
School Performance Score
High School
Graduation Index Points
150
Diploma + Advanced Placement with a
score of 3 or higher
110
Diploma + Dual Enrollment or Advanced
Placement with a score less than 3 or
Industry Based Certification
100
Diploma
75
5th Year Graduate
25
GED
Graduation Rate Points
Earn points for the percent
of students who graduate in
four years
* Progress Points – Up to 10 bonus points if students:
•
were non-proficient on last state English language arts or math exams
•
took PLAN test and have targets
•
exceeded PLAN targets on ACT tests
ACT Points
2.8 increase for each
additional ACT point between
18 – 36
EOC Test Points
150
Excellent
100
Good
0
Fair
0
Needs Improvement
Tests include Algebra I, Geometry,
English II, English III, and
Biology. U.S. History will be
included in the 2014 SPS
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Previous Scale ( 0 – 200 )
State of LA
110
OLD Scale from 0 to 200
East Baton Rouge Parish School System
District Performance Score
New Scale ( 0 – 150)
EBR
State of
LA, 104.5
100
90
2013
2014
transition
score
score
Growth
Louisiana 88.5
89.2
0.7
EBRPSS 80.3
81.3
1.0
EBR, 95.3
80
70
60
2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
New Score Changes
• Scale 0 – 150
• Data for One Year
• Progress Points
• High School Graduation Index
• Curriculum and Assessments
• No Attendance Points
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Neighboring
Size
2013-2014
Total
Population
2013-2014
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84.2 %
41,844
106.9
2.0
48.8 %
21,211
62.7
63.4
0.7
82.5 %
1,661
Central
101.3
108.2*
6.9
51.1 %
4.382
Livingston
91.1
103*
11.9
50.4 %
25,344
West Baton Rouge
86.5
91.1
4.6
70.3 %
3,886
Zachary
109.1
114.4*
5.3
45.0 %
5,415
Caddo
79.4
79.4
0
67.5 %
40,658
Jefferson
85.9
87.7
1.8
77.8 %
46,325
Lafayette
90.5
90.0
-0.5
61.9 %
30,724
Louisiana
88.5
89.2
0.7
68.0%
715,012
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District
Performance
2013
2014
East Baton Rouge
80.3
81.3
Ascension
104.9
Baker
1-year
change
Percent
Poverty
East Baton Rouge Parish School System
EBR Recovery School District
2008 2009
Capitol High Boys
F
F
2010
2011
F
F
2012
2013
2014
F
F
D (57.5)
Capitol High Girls
F
F
F
F
Glen Oaks Middle
F
F
F
F
F
F
F (49.3)
Prescott Middle
F
F
F
F
F
F
F (38.8)
Crestworth Middle
F
F
F
F
F
F
F (34.3)
Dalton Elementary
F
F
F
F
F
F
D (51.9)
Kenilworth Middle
F
D
D
D
C
D
D (65.7)
Lanier Elementary
F
F
F
F
F
F
F (32.0)
Istrouma High
F
F
F
F
F
F (17.8)
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EBR Scholarship Schools
2014
Scholarship
Cohort Index
Hosanna Christian Academy
F
49.8
Redemptorist Junior
F
26.3
Redemptorist Elementary
F
46.1
St. Francis Xavier
D
52.3
St. Louis King of France
D
53.3
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East Baton Rouge Parish School System
Highlights in District Performance
 EBR District Performance Score (DPS) increases for
seventh consecutive year
 2012 – 2013 school year = DPS 80.3
2013 – 2014 school year = DPS 81.3
 Increased in all assessment indexes (LEAP, iLEAP, End-of-Course, ACT)
 The maximum Ten Progress Points awarded to district for
student growth
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Percent (%) of EBR Schools by Grade
4%
6%
9%
9%
5.3%
5.1%
12%
12%
(9)
9%
(7)
16%
13%
(11)
19%
(16)
26%
35%
(27)
46%
A
B
16%
(13)
C
54%
35%
33%
34%
(26)
31%
26%
16%
2008
2011
2012
(28)
D
19%
10%
(8)
(16)
2013
2014
F
Federal Subgroups
Top Gains Definition:
Schools met Growth Target &
passed Subgroup Component
African American
All Students
Hispanic
White
Economically Disadvantaged
Limited English Proficient
Special Education
13 EBR Schools
Are Top Gains
12 of 13 Top Gains
schools improved at least
one letter grade
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Audubon Elementary
Claiborne Elementary
Lee High
Buchanan
Thrive Baton Rouge
Woodlawn Elementary
Belfair Elementary
Riveroaks Elementary
Southdowns
LaSalle
University Terrace
Polk Elementary
Mentorship Academy of Digital Arts
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East Baton Rouge Parish School System
Annual Performance Scores
100 - 150
Baton Rouge Magnet High
Westdale Heights Elementary
Sherwood Middle
Mayfair Lab*
Baton Rouge FLAIM
Baton Rouge Center VPA
Parkview Elementary
Forest Heights Academy
McKinley Middle
Shenandoah Elementary
LaSalle Elementary*
130.1
126.6
121.9
118.1
116.8
115.5
112.6
112.4
108.7
106.5
102.3
* new A schools
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Annual Performance Score
85 – 99.9
Belfair ES*
97.5
Dufrocq ES
97.4
Lee High*
91.1
Woodlawn ES 97.2
University Terrace ES*88.2
Crestworth ES 96.6
Magnolia Woods ES* 87.6
Southdowns*
95.0
Thrive MS*
Buchanan ES* 95.0
87.5
Audubon ES*
91.5
Cedarcrest ES* 91.1
* new B schools
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Woodlawn MS*
87.0
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JK Haynes ES*
86.5
Westdale MS
86.3
Schools with 10 or more points of growth
SPS 2013
SPS 2014
Growth
LEE HS
50.0
D
91.1
B
41.1
POLK
62.6
D
81.1
C
18.5
BELFAIR
81.1
C
97.5
B
16.4
LASALLE
86.6
B
102.3
A
15.7
UNIVERSITY TERRACE
72.8
C
88.2
B
15.4
RIVEROAKS
65.4
D
80.1
C
14.7
SOUTHDOWNS
81.0
C
95
B
14.0
BUCHANAN
81.0
C
95
B
14.0
Mentorship ADA
38.0
F
50.2
D
12.2
Mentorship AST
33.0
F
44.8
F
11.8
CLAIBORNE
45.8
F
57.5
D
11.7
WOODLAWN ES
86.4
B
97.2
B
10.8
THRIVE
76.9
C
87.5
B
10.6
AUDUBON
81.4
C
91.5
B
10.1
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Highlights in School Performance
 Over half of EBR schools increased their performance
 23% increased at least one letter grade
 62% (52 of our schools) received progress points – 10% higher than
2013
 Two additional schools with an A
 11 schools increased from a grade of
C to B
 13 schools earned Top Gains Status
 84% met federal subgroup component
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Schools labeled Academically Unacceptable
• 7 alternative schools (4 new*)
Arlington
Beechwood*
EBR Readiness*
Eden Park*
Greenville
McAuliffe*
Northdale
• 4 EBR charters (1 new*)
AMI*
Career Academy
Children’s Charter
Mentorship Science/Tech
• 5 traditional (1 new*)
Howell Park
Melrose
Merrydale
North Banks*
Park Forest Elem
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Intervention Action Steps
Alternative Schools
Action Steps
Progress So Far
Next Steps
Screening Process with
smaller school and class
sizes
Students have been placed in Verify through multiple
appropriate settings based on data sources that students
area of need
are progressing in this
placement
Interventions
Intervention programs are in
place at all schools with students
placed appropriately
Train teachers, instructional
specialist, and administrators
on data resources to monitor
progress in intervention
Blended Learning Model
incorporates higher teacher
to student time
New model is available at each
site
Through walkthrough and
online program data, assess
the quality and quantity of
time for students to interact
with the teacher
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Howell Park
2011
2012
2013
2014
D
F
D
F 46.2
• Faculty and Staff Changes Include:
– Six part-time interventionists
– Experienced math coach
• Focus on data analysis with next steps for remediation and acceleration
• In 2013-2014, over 125 new students from Delmont due to redistricting
• Increased rigor with the implementation of Eureka Math and student novels
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•
.
2011
2012
2013
2014
Melrose
F
F
D
F 47.1
Faculty and Staff Changes Include
– Administrative team (Principal and Assistant Principal)
– Instructional Specialist for 3rd – 5th grade support
•
City Year Cadets serve 3rd-5th graders
•
K – 3 Literacy Intervention Program
– Incorporates science and social studie
•
Departmentalized instruction with planning at grade-level and cross grade-level
content teams
•
Social worker to serve students with behavior and emotional challenges
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Merrydale
•
•
•
•
•
2011
2012
2013
2014
D
F
D
F 40.4
Faculty and Staff Changes Include
– New administrative team selected to fit unique student needs
– Principal has national board certification in literacy
– Nine highly qualified teachers and four additional paraprofessionals
– Librarian position reinstated
– All vacancies filled
Tiered interventions include Read 180 and System 44
City Year Cadets focus support in grades 3 - 5
Adding gifted class each year (3rd grade in 2014-2015)
1003g Grant Money
- Enhance and update technology
- Additional science labs
- Variety o.f different materials and supplies
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2011
2012
2013
North Banks
2014
F 35.5
• Faculty and staff changes include IDEA Interventionist (English and Social Studies)
•
Vertical Planning in Four Core Content Areas
• Restructured Professional Learning Communities
• Engage students and teachers in data analysis with goal setting and next steps
• Tiered interventions - Math 180, Read 180, System 44
• ESS and Instructional District Specialists provide ongoing support to all core content areas
STEAM after school tutoring grades 6th-7th (focused on Science, Technology, Engineering,
Arts, and Math)
• Involve Parents with focus groups
Park Forest ES
2011
2012
2013
2014
D
D
D
F 49.2
• Faculty and staff changes include:
– Leadership Team
– Two Instructional Specialists
– Additional Exceptional Student Services Teacher
• Aligning instructional materials for use in the classroom
• Social Skills Shape-up Program
•
42 of 254 students qualified for English Language Learner support
• District specialists providing additional support weekly
• Protocols focus Professional Learning Communities on data
• SRCL Grant
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District-wide English Language Learners
English Language Development Assessment (ELDA)
Achievement Level 2011 - 2014
2000
98
Level 5 Proficient
# of ELL Students
415
1500
Level 4 Advanced
510
Level 3 Upper Intermediate
1000
466
Level 2 Lower Intermediate
434
Level 1 Beginning
500
0
2011
2012
2013
2014
Intervention Action Steps
English Language Learners
Action Steps
Progress
Next Steps
Pilot newcomer classes
Pilot group focus on literacy and Evaluate pilot group for
life skills at LaBelle Aire,
successful transitions
Broadmoor Middle and Tara High
Establish community
0utreach partnerships
Secured volunteers for language
support from LSU, Baton Rouge
High’s Spanish Club and other
organizations
Secure instructional
resources for intensive
language development
Utilize resources including
Instructional specialists
Access for Newcomers, Journeys maintain data from programs
Newcomer Support, Rosetta
to determine effectiveness
Stone, ALEC, System 44,
Singleton English
Work with VIPS and other
organizations to maintain and
add volunteers
East Baton Rouge Parish School System
EADMS - Educator Assessment Data Management System
Grade 3 District Science Benchmark Pretest & Unit 1
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Intervention Action Steps
Science
Action Steps
Progress So Far
Next Steps
Develop districtwide
science assessments
Posted science test schedule
with blueprints.
Science pre-test developed,
distributed and administered.
Analyze pre-test data.
Build interim tests with close
alignment to the Year-at-a
Glance and Year-in- Detail.
Integrate science kits into
textbook units.
Building middle school science
kits.
Distributed elementary science
kits.
Training
Model lessons
Monitor science classes
and Benchmark
Assessments
Instructional specialists hired for
elementary and secondary
science
Provide feedback to district
and school staff with
suggestions for improvement
as needed
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High School Spring 2014 Results
ACT – EBRPSS Graduating Senior Report
EBR ACT Composite Score
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
Our 2014 Seniors were the first class to be in the state-mandated ACT testing for all
students. We are targeting our 2015 seniors by offering differential ACT preparation
classes. Our high schools look forward to raising this composite score. Range of
scores is 0 – 32. A composite of 17 or higher will give our seniors an opportunity to
attend post-graduate institutions with the help of Louisiana’s tuition exemption program.
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Intervention Action Steps
ACT
Action Steps
Progress So Far
Next Steps
Purchase and implement
ACT preparatory program
Programs available at all high Schedule reviews of usage
and progress reports.
schools
Evaluate programs at each
school for effectiveness based
on ACT scores and fidelity of
use
Use state’s course choice
program as a vehicle to
implement ACT prep
578 students enrolled in ACT
prep through course choice
Investigate further revenue
sources for online materials
and technology infrastructure
Plan data sessions to link
Plan, Explore, and ACT
scores
Ensure all schools have data
available in a useable format
Principals and instructional
specialists receive training
and apply findings from the
data dives to differentiate ACT
preparation
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Spring 2015 PARCC Testing
Grades 3 – 8 English Language Arts & Math
• Paper and Pencil NOT online
• Accessibility and Accommodations
• No dictionaries
• Calculators
– Grades 3 – 5 none unless on their IEP, IEP, ILL
– Grade 6 – 7 four-function calculator for all students
– Grade 8 – scientific calculator for all students
• Timed sessions
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Web Site Resources
La. Dept. of Education
•Report Cards
– Principal
– Public
– District
•Assessment Guides
•Public Report Card
http://www.louisianabelieves.com/
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