2012-2013 Report Card for

Bexley City School District DISTRICT GRADE

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Achievement This grade combines two results for students who took the state tests. The first result answers the question – How many students passed the state test? The second result answers the question – How well did students do on the state test?

This grade shows how well all students are doing in your district in reading, math, and graduation. It answers the question – Is every student succeeding, regardless of income, race, culture or disability?

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This grade answers the question – Are more students learning to read in kindergarten through third grade? The 2014 report card will report some results. The 2015 report card will display one grade for kindergarten through grade 3.

IRN: 043620

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B Gifted................................................................................................................... B Students with Disabilities..................................................................................... C Lowest 20% in Achievement.............................................................................. Graduation Rate

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Annual Measurable Objectives 87.1% ............................................................................................... B ........

K-3 Literacy

This is your district’s average progress for its students in math and reading, grades 4-8. It looks at how much each student learns in a year. Did the students get a year’s worth of growth? Did they get more? Did they get less?

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Performance Index 88.5% ............................................................................................... B ........ Indicators Met 100.0% ............................................................................................... A ........

Gap Closing

Progress

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Graduation Rates A 95.3% of students graduated in 4 years................................................................................... A 99.0% of students graduated in 5 years.................................................................................

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Prepared for Success This grade answers the question – Are students who graduate from our district ready for college or a career? There are six ways to show that graduates are prepared. In the 2014 school year, the report card will show results for the six areas. The 2015 report card will display one grade combining the results of all six ways of showing graduates are prepared.

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2012-2013 Report Card for Bexley City School District

Achievement This grade combines two results for students who took the state tests. The first result answers the question â&#x20AC;&#x201C; How many students passed the state test? The second result answers the question â&#x20AC;&#x201C; How well did students do on the state test?

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The Performance Index measures the test results of every student, not just those who score proficient or higher. There are six levels on the index and districts receive points for every student in each of these levels. The higher the achievement level the more the points awarded in the district's index. This rewards schools and districts for improving performance.

B

Performance Index

40 20 0

60 80 100

Pct of Students 2.4 33.1 31.1 24.8 6.1 2.5 0.0

x x x x x x x

Points for this Level 1.3 1.2 1.1 1.0 0.6 0.3 0.0

= = = = = = =

Points Received 3.1 39.7 34.2 24.8 3.7 0.8 0.0 106.2

Performance Index Trend

120 104.7

104.8

105.8

105.3

106.2

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

100 80 60 40

88.5%

106.2 of a possible 120.0 A= B= C= D= F=

90.0 - 100.0% 80.0 - 89.9% 70.0 - 79.9% 50.0 - 69.9% 0.0 - 49.9%

2.5

6.1 2.4

20 33.1

24.8

0

31.1

Untested

Limited

Basic

Proficient

Accelerated

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2012-2013 Report Card for Bexley City School District

A

Indicators Met Indicators Met measures how many students have passed the state tests at a minimum level, called proficient, or higher. Test results are reported for each student in a grade and subject. At least 75 percent of students must pass to get credit for the indicator. Starting in the 2013-14 school year, a district or school needs to have 80 percent of their students pass at a minimum level or higher in order to â&#x20AC;&#x153;meetâ&#x20AC;? an indicator.

Indicators Met %

100.0% 24.0 out of 24.0

A= B= C= D= F=

20

90.0 - 100.0% 80.0 - 89.9% 70.0 - 79.9% 50.0 - 69.9% 0.0 - 49.9%

0

80 100

Mathematics

93.4%

Mathematics

93.9%

90.5%

93.0%

97.3%

Mathematics

91.0%

Mathematics

91.8%

Science

93.2%

95.5%

96.2%

Social Studies

95.9%

Mathematics

83.1%

Mathematics

93.1%

Writing

96.6%

89.5%

95.6%

Mathematics

97.9%

Science

77.8%

Science

82.9%

97.9%

Science

95.1%

Social Studies

97.9%

Writing

97.9%

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60

40

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2012-2013 Report Card for Bexley City School District Proficiency Percent Comparison by Grade

3rd Grade 98% 96% 94% 92% 90% 88% 86% 84% 82% 80% 78%

3rd Grade 100% 98% 96% 94% 92% 90% 88% 86% 84% 82%

95.2% 92.3%

90.5%

89.1%

Mathematics Similar Districts

2009

State Average

91.0%

96% 94%

87.7%

92% 90%

80%

88%

77.7%

76%

86%

Mathematics Similar Districts

2009

State Average

89.5%

2011 Writing

2012

2013

Mathematics

91.9%

88.6%

95%

87.2%

90%

83.1%

85%

77.8%

80%

74.2%

75%

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Mathematics

98%

93.6%

84%

96% 92% 88% 84% 80% 76% 72% 68% 64%

2013

100%

92% 88%

2012

97.5%

95.5%

2011

Mathematics Similar Districts

67.7%

70% 65%

Science State Average

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2010

2011

Mathematics

2012

Social Studies

2013 Science

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2012-2013 Report Card for Bexley City School District 6th Grade 96% 92%

93.0%

94.8%

93.4%

91.4%

98% 96%

88%

94%

82.9%

84%

92%

80%

90%

75.1%

76% 72%

88% 86%

Mathematics Similar Districts

2009

State Average

96.2%

94.1%

100% 98% 96% 94% 92% 90% 88% 86% 84%

90.8%

88% 84%

81.0%

80% 76% 72%

Mathematics Similar Districts

2009

State Average

8th Grade 100% 96% 92% 88% 84% 80% 76% 72% 68%

95.6%95.4%

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Mathematics

2011 Writing

2012

2013

Mathematics

100% 93.1%92.0%

96% 87.5%

92%

82.9%

88%

77.0%

84% 80%

68.7% District

2013

85.8%

2012

91.8%

92%

2011

Mathematics Similar Districts

76%

Science State Average

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2010

2011

Mathematics

2012

Social Studies

2013 Science

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2012-2013 Report Card for Bexley City School District 10th Grade OGT 100% 96%

96.9% 97.3%

96.1% 96.6%

95.7% 93.9%

92% 88%

87.6% 84.9%

84%

83.9% 81.1%

80% 76%

100% 98% 96% 94% 92% 90% 88% 86%

93.9% 93.2%

Writing

Mathematics Social Studies Similar Districts

Science

State Average

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Writing

2011

2012

Mathematics

2013 Social Studies

99.1% 98.7% 98.2% 98.3% 100% 97.9% 97.9% 97.9% 97.9% 97.3% 98% 96% 95.1% 94% 92.9% 92.1% 92% 89.2% 90% 88.2% 88% 86% 85.1% 84% Reading Writing Mathematics Social Studies Science District

2010

100% 99% 98% 97% 96% 95%

State Average

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2010 Writing

2011

2012

Mathematics

2013 Social Studies

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2012-2013 Report Card for Bexley City School District

Progress This is your district’s average progress for its students in math and reading, grades 4-8. It looks at how much each student learns in a year. It answers the question – Did the students get a year’s worth of growth? Did they get more? Did they get less?

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IRN: 043620

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Progress Details

Overall This measures the progress for all students in math and reading, grades 4-8.

This table shows the Progress scores by test grade and subject.

Gifted Students This measures the progress for students identified as gifted in reading, math, and/or superior cognitive ability.

Students in the Lowest 20% in Achievement This measures the progress for students identified as the lowest 20% statewide in reading and math achievement.

Students with Disabilities This measures the progress for students with disabilities.

High School A High School measure of progress will be implemented in the 2015-16 school year.

Progress Score Mathematics

All Tests

5.5

9.6

9.6

-2.2

4.4

1.3

3.5

0.4

2.7

3.7

3.4

4.7

1.0

11.1

7.7

3.3

-3.4

0.3

Although Progress scores are not assigned letter grades at this level of detail, the grading scale applied at the Overall (All Students, All Tests) level is:

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A= B= C= D= F=

2.0 and up 1.0 to 1.9 -1.0 to 0.9 -2.0 to -1.1 below -2.0

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2012-2013 Report Card for Bexley City School District Progress vs. Performance Index This bubble chart shows the relationship between each subgroup's performance index results (horizontal axis) to the Value-Added letter grade (vertical axis). The size of the bubble represents the size of the student subgroup.

A

B

Overall Students w/ Disabilities Lowest 20% Gifted

C

D

F

0

20

40

60

80

100

120

Performance Index

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2012-2013 Report Card for Bexley City School District

This grade shows how well all students are doing in your district in reading, math, and graduation. It answers the question â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Is every student succeeding, regardless of income, race, culture or disability?

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Annual Measurable Objectives

Annual Measurable Objectives (AMOs) compare the performance of all students to a state goal which is displayed as the red line in the following charts. These charts show how well each group achieves that goal in reading, math and graduation â&#x20AC;&#x201C; and emphasize any achievement gaps that exist between groups. The ultimate goal is for all groups to achieve at high levels.

B

Math

AMO Points 95.6 40

93.0

60

20

80

0

92.2

93.9

95.3

100

90.8

92.2 87

87.1% A= B= C= D= F=

73.6

79.0

90.0 - 100.0% 80.0 - 89.9% 70.0 - 79.9% 60.0 - 69.9% 0.0 - 59.9%

71.6

77.0

95.0 59.2

74.4

0

20

40

60

80

All Students African American Students w/ Disabilities

100

0

20

40

White All Students African American

60

80

Multiracial Econ Disadvantage Students w/ Disabilities

100 0

20 All Students

40

60

80

100

White

The red line on each graph identifies the Annual Measurable Objective. The 2013 AMO for Reading is 83.4%, for Math is 78.5%, and for Graduation Rate is 75.9%. Subgroups with fewer than 30 students are not rated and do not appear on the graphs.

IRN: 043620

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2012-2013 Report Card for Bexley City School District

This grade represents the percentage of students whom entered the 9th grade and graduated 4 and 5 years later.

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4-Year Graduation Rate The 4-year graduation rate applies to the Class of 2012 who graduated within four years, i.e. students who entered the 9th grade in 2009 and graduated by 2012.

A

95.3% A= B= C= D= F=

93.0 - 100.0% 89.0 - 92.9% 84.0 - 88.9% 79.0 - 83.9% 0.0 - 78.9%

60

20

A

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A= B= C= D= F=

95.0 - 100.0% 90.0 - 94.9% 85.0 - 89.9% 80.0 - 84.9% 0.0 - 79.9%

80

100

40

0

95.8

99.0

96.3

80

0

20

100 95.3

The 5-year graduation rate applies to the Class of 2011 who graduated within five years, i.e. students who entered the 9th grade in 2008 and graduated by 2012.

99.0%

5-Year Rate

100 40

4-Year Rate

60 80 100

81.3

80

60

60

40

40

20

20

0

0 District State Average

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82.4

District State Average

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99%

98.4%

99% 98% 97.6% 98% 97% 97% 96% 96% 95%

95.3%

95.3%

2010

2011 4Year

2012 5Year

Note: The 5-year graduation rate does not appear in the final year of this graph because the necessary data is not yet available to calculate the 5-year rate for that school year.

IRN: 043620

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2012-2013 Report Card for Bexley City School District Superintendent: Michael L. Johnson Address: 348 S Cassingham Rd Bexley OH 43209-1897

Phone: (614) 231-7611 County: Franklin

Directory information current as of the 2012-2013 Report Card publication date

Your District's Students Average Daily Enrollment:

Enrollment by Subgroup 100%

2,140

Number of Limited English Proficiency Students Excluded from Accountability Calculations: --

Enrollment #

Enrollment %

NC

Asian or Pacific Islander

40

1.9%

Black, Non-Hispanic

161

7.5%

Hispanic

34

1.6%

Multiracial

117

5.5%

1,788

83.5%

Students with Disabilities

192

9.0%

245

11.5%

Limited English Proficiency

34

1.6%

Migrant

NC

White, Non-Hispanic

NC = Not Calculated because there are fewer than 10 in the group

80% 60% 40% 20% 0% American Indian or Alaska...

Asian or Pacific Islander

Black, Non-Hispanic

Hispanic

Multiracial

White, Non-Hispanic

Students with Disabilities

Limited English Proficiency

Migrant

Enrollments of less than 10 students are not shown.

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2012-2013 Report Card for Bexley City School District Mobility Rates by Subgroup District Mobility %

14%

All Students

3.6%

0.0%

Asian or Pacific Islander

4.9%

10%

Black, Non-Hispanic

12.8%

8%

Hispanic

0.0%

Multiracial

3.4%

6%

White, Non-Hispanic

2.7%

4%

Students with Disabilities

8.2%

8.7%

Limited English Proficiency

11.1%

12%

2% 0%

Migrant

NC = Not Calculated because there are fewer than 10 in the group

All Students

Asian or Pacific Islander

Black, Non-Hispanic

Hispanic

Multiracial

White, Non-Hispanic

Students with Disabilities

Limited English Proficiency

Migrant

This chart shows the percentage of students who, because they moved into or out of the district, did not spend a majority of the school year within the district.

IRN: 043620

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2012-2013 Report Card for Bexley City School District Your District's Teachers All Schools in the District

High Poverty Schools

Low Poverty Schools

Percentage of teachers with at least a Bachelor's Degree

100.0

0.0

100.0

Percentage of teachers with at least a Master's Degree

85.2

0.0

85.7

Percentage of core academic subject and elementary classes not taught by Highly Qualified Teachers

0

--

0

Percentage of core academic subject and elementary classes taught by properly certified teachers

100

--

100

0

--

0

Percentage of core academic subject elementary and secondary classes taught by teachers with temporary, conditional or long-term substitute certification/licensure

High-poverty schools are those ranked in the top quartile based on the percentage of economically disadvantaged students. Low-poverty schools are those ranked in the bottom quartile based on the percentage of economically disadvantaged students. A district may have buildings in both quartiles, in just one quartile or in neither quartile. NC = Not Calculated because there are fewer than 10 in the group

Wellness and Physical Education The extent to which students are successful in meeting the benchmarks contained in Ohio's physical education standards

Compliance with the federal requirement for implementing a local wellness policy

Participation in Physical Activity Pilot Program

Moderate Success

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