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District Report Card inside


Michael D. Kent

Message from the Superintendent

Superintendent of Education

As required by the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001, the Madison County School District is providing the 20082009 District Report Card. I think you will find that the information contained in this Report Card continues to show that the Madison County School District remains one of the best in the state. We thank all of you for the support that allows us to continue building schools to keep up with the growth and the demands of the communities we serve. Our commitment to you is to continue to provide a quality education for the children you entrust to us. As always, if you have questions or suggestions about information contained in this report card, please feel free to contact us at any time.

TABLE OF CONTENTS District Licensure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 2 District Enrollment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 3 District and Federal Finance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 4 Promotion and Non-Promotion . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 5 District Report Card . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 6 MCT2 Test Results . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 7-9 Subject Area Test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 10 Writing & Science Results . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 11 MCT2 Explanation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 12 School Sites . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 13


COMMITMENT TO EDUCATION The educators of Madison County accept the challenge of the profession. We have chosen, individually and collectively, to provide and support the total educational process. COMMITMENT TO STUDENTS • Seek constantly to improve teaching strategies and opportunities. • Make discreet use of available information about a student. • Seek to improve learning opportunities to meet the needs of each child. • Strive to develop a positive self- concept in each student. • Provide a foundation to function as a productive citizen in an ever-changing society. COMMITMENT TO COMMUNITY • Share the responsibility for the improvement of educational opportunities for all. • Promote parental involvement in all areas of a child’s development. • Initiate frequent parent contact to discuss grades, attendance, etc. • Encourage involvement of the business community in our schools.

District Licensure 0

100

200

300

400

500

600

481

A 383

AA

A= Ba c he l or s AA= M a st e r s

127

AAA AAAA

2008-09 904 Teachers & Administrators

13

2

AAA= S pe c i a l i st s AAAA = Doc t or a t e s

District Information

COMMITMENT TO THE PROFESSION • Recognize that a profession must accept responsibility for the conduct of its members and understand that our conduct may be representative. • Keep the trust under which confidential information is exchanged. • Interpret and use the writing of others and the findings of educational research with intellectual honesty. • Maintain integrity.


Enrollment by Grade

District Enrollment

Pre-Kindergarten (Title I) Special Education Pre-K Kindergarten *Special Education Kindergarten *Elementary Special Education Grade 1 Grade 2 Grade 3 Grade 4 Grade 5 Grade 6 Grade 7 Grade 8 Grade 9 Grade 10 Grade 11 Grade 12 Secondary Special Education Secondary GED Total Enrollment

2008-2009 30 40 859 14 102 888 931 928 882 889 849 908 879 926 856 772 704 18 12 11,487

2007-2008 30 40 809 13 79 955 909 870 876 812 882 893 852 860 892 747 700 20 11 11,250

Enrollment by Subgroup 2008-2009 2007-2008 Female Male

5,669 5,818

49% 51%

5,334 5,716

49% 51%

Asian 325 Black 4,450 Hispanic 194 Native American 5 White 6,513

3% 39% 2% 0% 57%

300 4,256 207 10 6,477

3% 38% 2% 0% 58%

* Self-contained only

Enrollment by Schools 376 358

Velma Jackson High

547 570

Rosa Scott High

834 872

Ridgeland High

1385

Mad Central High

1488

636 653

Olde Towne Middle 277 266

NE Madison Middle

1293 1226

Madison Middle 188

Mad Crossing Middle

387

133 146

East Flora Middle

2007-2008 1344

Mad Station Elem 622

Mad Crossing Elem Mad Av Upper Elem

576 570

Mad Av Lower Elem

591 551

1479

766

327 312

Luther Branson Elem

547

Highland Elem

620

354 332

East Flora Elem 215 211

Camden Elem

638 638

Ann Smith Elem 0

100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900 1000 1100 1200 1300 1400 1500 1600

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2008-2009


Race Enrollment Per School 13 0 0 12 0 0 110 0 10 0 0 900 800 70 0 600 50 0 400 300 200 10 0 0 Ann

Madison

Smit h

Ave

Elem

Lower Ele

Camden East Flor a Elem

Elem

Lut her

Madson

Madison

Highland

Br anson

Cr ossing

St at ion

Elem

Elem

Elem

Elem

Madison East Flor a Madison Ave

Middle

Upper

Cr ossing Middle

Madison Nor t heast Middle

Olde

Rosa

Madison Ridgeland

Madison

Towne

Scot t

Cent r al

Middle

Middle

High

Velma Jackson

High

High

Elem

Wh i t e

H i sp a n i c

A si a n

Na t i v e Ame r i c a n

Federal & District Finance 2007-2008 T i tle I Sala ries & B e nefit s Soc ial W or k S ervi ces Tec hnolo gy O th er (Pur chase d Serv ices and Sup plie s) T ot al T itle II Sala ries & B e nefit s (C la ss size re d ucti o n te a c h ers)

Im pr ove m ent of In stru ction O th er (Pur chase d Serv ices an d Supp lies ) T ot al D ist rict Sala ries & B e nefit s Im pr ove m ent of In stru ction Tec hnolo gy M ai nten ance & Se curit y Tran spor tation C on struc tion & Tr ansfe rs O th er (Inst ructi onal, Stud ent, Pur chas ed, a nd Fisc al Ser vice s a nd Sup plies ) T ot al

2008-2009

$ 1,024,67 1.0 0 $ 1,80 0.0 0 $ 63,78 9.0 0 $ 124,02 2.0 0 $ 1,214,28 2.0 0

T itle I S alar ies & B en efits S o ci al W o rk S erv ice s T ech n o lo g y O th e r (P u rch ased S er v ice s a n d S u p p lies ) T o ta l T i tle II S alar ies & B en efits (C la s s s iz e r ed u c tio n te a ch e r s )

$ $

372,93 6.0 0 229,32 1.0 0

$ $

9,47 8.0 0 611,73 5.0 0

$5 1,050,99 1.0 0 $ 321,34 1.0 0 $ 659,34 5.0 0 $ 6,504,24 9.0 0 $ 5,110,36 4.0 0 $ 7,005,29 2.0 0

$ 4,042,73 4.0 0 $7 4,694,31 6.0 0

Title I – Fe de ra l P o gra m s Title II – Im p rov e m en t o f T e ac he r Qu a lity

Im p ro v em en t o f In str u ctio n O th e r (P u rch ased S er v ice s a n d S u p p li es) T o ta l D istri ct S alar ies & B en efits In stru ctio n Im p ro v em en t o f In str u ctio n T ech n o lo g y G en er al A d m in ist ratio n & F isca l S erv ic e S ch o o l A d m in ist ratio n O p era tio n & M ain ten an c e T ran s p o rta tio n C o n stru ct io n & T ran s fers O th e r (P u rch ased S er v ice s a n d S u p p li es) T o ta l

$ 1 ,0 0 4 ,6 6 9 .0 0 $ 7 9 9 .0 0 $ 6 2 ,6 7 0 .0 0 $ 1 1 2 ,8 1 3 .0 0 $ 1 ,1 8 0 ,9 5 1 .0 0

$ $

3 2 5 ,7 8 1 .0 0 6 9 ,2 1 8 .0 0

$ $

6 ,9 7 5 .0 0 4 0 1 ,9 7 4 .0 0

$ 5 6 ,7 4 2 ,0 6 3 .0 0 $ 3 ,0 9 5 ,6 4 4 .0 0 $ 4 7 6 ,6 2 8 .0 0 $ 5 2 5 ,0 1 2 .0 0 $ 4 4 1 ,4 3 7 .0 0 $ 1 9 2 ,8 9 4 .0 0 $ 6 ,4 4 6 ,8 3 2 .0 0 $ 4 ,8 8 3 ,1 2 8 .0 0 $ 1 1 ,4 1 1 ,1 7 5 .0 0 $ 3 5 0 ,5 7 2 .0 0 $ 8 4 ,5 6 5 ,3 8 5 .0 0

T it le I – F e d e ra l P o g ra m s T it le II – Im p r o v e m e n t o f T e a ch e r Q u a li ty

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Enrollment and Finance

Black


Meals / Promotion and Non-Promotion

Free and Reduced Meals School

Grade Span

Ann Smith Elementary Madison Ave Lower Ele Camden Elementa ry East Flora Elementary Luther Branson Elem Madison Crossing Elem Madison Station Elem Highland Elementary Madison Ave.Upper Ele East Flora Middle Madison Crossing Mid Madison Middle Northeast Madison Mid Olde Towne Middle Rosa Scott Madison Central High Ridgeland High Velma Jackson High

K-2 K-2 K-5 K-5 K-5 K-5 K-5 3-5 3-5 6-8 6-8 6-8 6-8 6-8 9 9-12 9-12 9-12

Enrollm ent

Free

2008-09

2007-08

624 553 211 333 307 759 1,495 601 574 143 401 1,237 265 651 567 1,436 844 347 11,421

627 572 212 348 314 695 1,420 580 556 147 308 1,295 254 653 528 1,480 851 370 11,210

Total

2008-09

2007-08

236 34 192 280 278 130 113 209 38 116 60 95 232 219 83 202 207 295 3,023

Total Free & Reduced

Reduced 2008-09

214 28 193 302 273 118 109 190 45 123 51 97 218 203 79 201 194 311 2,919

96 14 13 30 19 42 50 89 21 12 29 28 19 85 21 48 74 32 725

2007-08

92 16 16 23 25 35 54 83 20 9 21 41 19 91 19 54 87 41 746

2008-09

332 48 205 310 297 172 163 298 59 128 89 123 251 304 104 250 281 327 3,693

Total Percentage Free & Reduced

2007-08

2008-09

2007-08

306 44 209 325 298 153 163 273 65 132 72 138 237 294 98 255 281 352 3,748

53.21 8.68 97.16 93.09 96.74 22.66 10.90 49.58 11.69 89.51 22.19 9.94 94.72 46.70 18.34 17.41 33.29 94.24 32.82

48.80 7.69 98.58 93.39 94.90 22.01 11.48 47.07 11.69 89.80 23.38 10.66 93.31 45.02 18.56 17.23 33.02 95.14 47.87

2008-09 data as of May, 2009

Promotion and Non-Promotion 2008-2009 Velma Jackson High

309

38

Ridgeland High

794

57

Madison Central

1,347

92

Rosa Scott

565

8

Olde Towne Middle

23

Northeast Madison Middle

18

Madison Middle

628 247 1,202

35

Madson Crossing Middle

11

East Flora Middle

12

Madison Station Elem

389 129 1,454

41

Madison Crossing Elem

740

21

Madison Ave Upper Elem

571

3

Madison Ave Lower Elem

33

Luther Branson Elem

27

Highland Elem

19

East Flora Elem

15

Camden Elem

280 582 317 202

9

Ann Smith Elem

520

554

70

0

100

200

300

400

500

600

700

800

Non-Promotions

900 1000 1100 1200 1300 1400 1500 1600 Promotions

Note: The data represented is based on the Monthly Attendance Summary (MAS) ninth month Net Membership counts and the reported Promotions/Nonpromotions of students in membership. Conditioal promotions are included in the count.

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No Child Left Behind sional qualifications of teachers in core academic subject areas (English II, reading, language arts, biology, science, mathematics, Algebra I, and U.S.History). Highly qualified teachers are those who are fully certified and are teaching in their area of endorsement. The report must also contain achievement data for specific subgroups, two-year achievement trends, and student participation rates.

The No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 (NCLB) requires school, district, and state report cards containing certain information. The required information falls into three general areas: school improvement, teacher qualifications and test data. A school that fails to make adequate yearly progress for two consecutive years must be identified for school improvement. The report must contain information about the profes

NCLB Teacher Quality NCLB M easure

Teacher FTE or Course Count (Number % is based on)

Percentage

2008-09 2007-08

2008-09

2007-08

98.70

96.10

558

553

.50

1.60

558

553

98.6

95.8

338.3

3,344

1.4

4.2

338.3

3,344

2008-2009 Courses Not T aught by a Highly Qualified Teacher in High and Low Poverty Schools T eacher FT E or Percentage Course Count Low Poverty 0.9 2757 High P overty 5.2 445 Notes: T eacher FT E and course counts reflect NC LB Core A cadem ic S ubjects only. T hese counts represent the denom inators for calculating the percentage values.

NCLB Adequate Yearly Progress and Title I Improvement Area Reading/Language Mathematics Other Academic Indicators Title I Improvement Status

Other Academic Indicator Attendance Rate (Percentage) 2007/2008 Graduation Rate (Percentage)

AYP Determination -or- Improvement Status Not Met Not Met Met

97 96

Notes: Attendance Rate Target = 93% or Increase Over Prior Year. Graduation Rate Target = 72% or Increase Over Prior Year. *Graduation Calculated using traditional graduation rate calculation

Participation Rate (Percent Tested)

Notes: Minimum N for inclusion of subgroup in AYP model is 40. Title I Improvement Status: Improvement Year 1, Improvement Year 2, Corrective Action, Restructuring Plan, Restructuring. Blank means not identified for improvement.

Adequate Yearly Progress Subgroup Results SubGroup Reading/Language Mathematics All Students YES YES Students with Disabilities NO NO Limited English Proficient < MIN < MIN Economically Disadvantaged YES YES Asian YES YES Black YES YES Hispanic YES YES Native American < MIN < MIN White YES YES Notes: Minimum N for inclusion of subgroup in AYP model is 40. Yes=Met AYP, *Yes=Met by Safe Harbor, No=Not Met.

SubGroup Reading Mathematics Science All Students 99 99 97 IEP 88 88 Non IEP 100 100 100 Limited English Proficient 100 100 Economically Disadvantaged 98 98 94 Non-Economically Disadvantaged 99 99 98 Migrant Asian 99 99 Black 98 98 96 Hispanic 98 98 Native American White 99 99 98 Male 99 99 96 Female 99 99 99 Notes: AYP target is 95% for Reading and Mathematics Reading/Language Arts and Mathematics participation was Included in the calculation of AYP. Science participation rate was not used in the calculation of AYP. Minimum N-count for reporting is 40 students.

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DISTRICT REPORT CARD

Core Teachers W ho are Highly Qualified Em ergency/Provisional Certification Courses T aught by a Highly Qualified Teacher Courses NOT T aught by a Highly Qualified Teacher


2008-2009 and 2007-2008: Mississippi Curriculum Test, 2 nd Edition Mean Scale Score

Number Tested

% Minimal

% Basic

% Proficient

% Advanced

Mississippi Curriculum Test 2

Grade 2008-09 2007-08 2008-09 2007-08 2008-09 2007-08 2008-09 2007-08 2008-09 2007-08 2008-09 2007-08 Level

3 4 5 6 7 8

891 872 878 854 896 876

840 856 802 883 877 853

152.9 153.5 153.1 154.8 154.6 154.9

153.6 153.1 153.0 153.5 154.1 153.4

3 4 5 6 7 8

890 870 876 849 898 877

840 855 802 883 877 853

155.8 155.4 156.4 154.1 156.4 157.0

155.8 155.0 155.3 154.5 155.2 155.1

Language 6.8 31.0 7.2 23.1 6.4 24.0 6.1 24.2 7.9 21.1 7.5 22.7 Mathematics 5.4 6.5 20.4 7.4 9.2 19.3 7.9 7.0 14.2 10.0 10.0 22.0 7.3 11.6 16.4 7.2 8.6 14.7 6.7 7.9 7.7 4.7 7.3 5.4

25.0 26.9 28.9 26.7 22.6 24.7

41.8 45.5 53.8 55.5 60.5 59.1

46.1 44.2 50.5 52.7 58.7 57.3

21.1 23.5 14.5 15.6 11.2 12.8

22.1 21.7 14.2 14.5 10.8 10.4

16.5 17.9 19.6 19.7 15.7 17.2

53.4 53.6 56.2 50.9 51.6 51.3

58.7 57.8 54.2 53.7 50.3 53.3

20.8 19.8 21.8 17.1 24.7 26.8

18.2 15.1 19.2 16.6 22.3 20.9

Note: Minimum N-count for reporting is 10 students. P r o fic ie n c y L e v e l A d va n c e d

P ro fi c i e n t

Proficiency Level

G e n e r a l D e s c r ip to r S tu d e n ts a t th e a d v a n c e d l e v e l c o n s is te n t ly p e r f o r m i n a m a n n e r c le a r ly b e y o n d th a t r e q u ire d to b e s u c c e s s f u l a t th e n e x t g r a d e .

Students at the basic level demonstrate partial mastery of the content area knowledge and skills required for success at the next grade. Remediation may be necessary for these students.

Basic

S tu d e n ts a t th e p r o f ic ie n t le v e l d e m o n s tr a te s o l id a c a d e m ic p e r fo r m a n c e a n d m a s te r y o f th e c o n te n t a re a k n o w le d g e a n d s k il ls r e q u ir e d fo r s u c c e s s a t th e n e x t g r a d e . S tu d e n ts w h o p e r f o r m a t th i s le v e l a r e w e l l p r e p a r e d t o b e g i n w o r k o n e v e n m o r e c h a l le n g in g m a t e r i a l th a t is r e q u ire d a t th e n e x t g ra d e .

Minimal

Grade 3

All Students Non-Disabled Disabled Only Male Female Black White Asian Hispanic Native American ELL/LEP Economically Disadvantaged Not Econ Disadvantaged Migrant Student

Students at the minimal level are below basic and do not demonstrate mastery of the content area knowledge and skills required for success at the next grade. These students require additional instruction and remediation in the basic skills that are necessary for success at the grade tested.

MCT2 Language

Student Categoies

General Descriptor

Percent Basic or Above 2008-09 2007-08

Mathematics

Percent Proficient or Above 2008-09 2007-08

Percent Basic or Above 2008-09 2007-08

Percent Proficient or Above 2008-09 2007-08

94 95 74 94 94 88 96 95 91 N/A N/A

93 96 68 92 95 86 96 96 94 N/A 86

63 65 36 62 64 41 77 62 55 NA 43

68 72 33 66 71 45 80 75 88 NA 43

95 96 71 95 95 89 96 95 96 N/A N/A

93 96 63 93 95 88 96 96 94 N/A 93

74 76 48 77 72 59 84 86 64 N/A N/A

77 80 45 75 79 62 84 89 88 N/A 64

87

82

333

36

89

84

53

58

96

96

73

79

96

96

81

83

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

7


Grade 4

MCT2 Language

Student Categoies

Mathematics

Percent Proficient or Above 2008-09 2007-08

Percent Basic or Above 2008-09 2007-08

92 95 59 90 95 85 96 88 95 N/A 71

93 95 62 92 94 87 96 96 73 N/A 75

69 72 28 65 74 42 84 75 67 N/A 21

66 68 36 65 67 44 79 72 64 N/A 25

93 95 64 92 93 85 96 96 89 N/A 79

91 93 65 91 91 83 95 96 91 N/A 75

73 76 34 70 77 51 85 78 83 N/A 43

73 75 46 75 70 57 82 86 64 N/A 50

84

84

37

41

86

84

48

54

95

96

80

75

95

94

82

80

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

Grade 5

MCT2 Language

Student Categoies All Students Non-Disabled Disabled Only Male Female Black White Asian Hispanic Native American ELL/LEP Economically Disadvantaged Not Econ Disadvantaged Migrant Student

Percent Proficient or Above 2008-09 2007-08

Percent Basic or Above 2008-09 2007-08

Mathematics

Percent Proficient or Above 2008-09 2007-08

Percent Basic or Above 2008-09 2007-08

Percent Proficient or Above 2008-09 2007-08

92 95 53 91 93 85 96 96 83 N/A N/A

94 96 65 92 96 89 96 90 79 N/A N/A

68 71 29 67 70 50 80 77 58 N/A N/A

65 69 19 60 70 41 79 87 64 N/A N/A

92 95 47 92 93 85 96 96 75 N/A N/A

93 95 69 91 95 87 96 96 79 N/A N/A

78 82 26 78 78 65 86 90 67 N/A N/A

73 77 36 69 78 58 83 94 64 N/A N/A

83

86

54

37

84

85

65

55

96

96

73

74

95

96

82

79

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

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Mississippi Curriculum Test 2

All Students Non-Disabled Disabled Only Male Female Black White Asian Hispanic Native American ELL/LEP Economically Disadvantaged Not Econ Disadvantaged Migrant Student

Percent Basic or Above 2008-09 2007-08


Grade 6

MCT2 Language

Student Categoies All Students Non-Disabled Disabled Only Male Female Black White Asian Hispanic Native American ELL/LEP Economically Disadvantaged Not Econ Disadvantaged Migrant Student

Percent Basic or Above 2008-09 2007-08

Mathematics

Percent Proficient or Above 2008-09 2007-08

94 96 59 92 96 88 96 96 N/A N/A N/A

71 75 23 66 76 53 83 79 67 N/A N/A

67 72 13 61 73 48 78 95 N/A N/A N/A

90 93 55 87 93 81 96 94 83 N/A N/A

90 94 47 89 91 81 95 96 N/A N/A N/A

68 71 25 67 69 47 82 85 67 N/A N/A

70 75 16 69 72 52 81 96 N/A N/A N/A

91

83

50

41

81

78

46

47

96

96

79

76

94

94

77

79

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

MCT2 Language

Student Categoies All Students Non-Disabled Disabled Only Male Female Black White Asian Hispanic Native American ELL/LEP Economically Disadvantaged Not Econ Disadvantaged Migrant Student

Percent Basic or Above 2008-09 2007-08

Mathematics

Percent Proficient or Above 2008-09 2007-08

Percent Basic or Above 2008-09 2007-08

92 95 54 90 94 86 96 96 93 N/A N/A

72 76 19 65 79 53 83 96 80 N/A N/A

70 73 22 65 74 51 82 90 64 N/A N/A

93 96 49 90 95 88 95 96 96 N/A N/A

88 91 43 85 92 81 94 95 93 N/A N/A

76 80 22 73 80 63 84 96 90 N/A N/A

73 76 24 69 77 56 83 95 79 N/A N/A

83

84

48

43

84

78

58

53

96

95

82

79

96

92

84

80

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

MCT2 Language

All Students Non-Disabled Disabled Only Male Female Black White Asian Hispanic Native American ELL/LEP Economically Disadvantaged Not Econ Disadvantaged Migrant Student

Percent Proficient or Above 2008-09 2007-08

93 95 57 91 95 86 96 96 96 N/A N/A

Grade 8 Student Categoies

Percent Proficient or Above 2008-09 2007-08

95 96 74 93 96 91 96 94 92 N/A N/A

Grade 7

Mississippi Curriculum Test 2

Percent Basic or Above 2008-09 2007-08

Percent Basic or Above 2008-09 2007-08

Mathematics

Percent Proficient or Above 2008-09 2007-08

Percent Basic or Above 2008-09 2007-08

Percent Proficient or Above 2008-09 2007-08

95 96 55 94 95 90 96 96 91 N/A N/A

92 96 47 91 94 85 96 96 85 N/A N/A

72 75 19 68 76 53 85 81 73 N/A N/A

68 72 10 66 70 44 83 78 62 N/A N/A

93 95 42 92 94 88 96 96 91 N/A N/A

91 95 43 90 92 83 96 96 96 N/A N/A

78 81 26 77 80 64 87 95 91 N/A N/A

74 79 14 72 77 53 88 94 46 N/A N/A

89

81

47

37

85

79

58

46

96

96

80

77

96

96

85

83

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

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Subject Area Test Subject Area Testing Program Number Tested Mean Scale Score Percent Passing 2008-09 2007-08 2008-09 2007-08 2008-09 2007-08 *Algebra I 958 *874 659.6 *655.8 87.6 *78.8 U.S. History 743 751 393.2 382.3 99.6 97.7 Biology I 839 748 389.0 386.1 97.6 94.3 **English II MC 752 **801 654.8 **654.5 88.4 **86.5 *2007 Curriculum Framework / **2006 Curiculum Framework Notes: Minimum N-count for reporting is 10 students. Passing = Scale Score of 300 in Biology & History, 647 in Algebra I, 645 in English II. Subject

2008-09 Percentage Scoring Basic or Above All Non Disabled Native ELL/ Economically Not Econ Migrant Male Female Black White Asian Hispanic Students Disabled Only American LEP Disadvantaged Disadvantaged Student

Test U.S. History Biology Algebra I (M07) Engl II MC (L06)

96

96

91

96

96

96

96

96

96

96

95

96

83

96

94

91

96

96

88

96

96

96

74

95

96

92

96

96

90

96

94

95

78

92

96

89

96

96

85

96

96

U.S. History Biology Algebra I (M07) Engl II MC (L06)

2008-09

87

87

64

90

84

75

95

96

83

84

61

84

82

66

95

96

82

83

51

80

84

69

91

91

72

74

33

64

79

51

87

88

83

72

92

59

90

64

88

47

80

Notes: Percentages 0-4% are reported as 4% and percentages 96-100% are reported as 96%. Minimum N-count for reporting is 10 students. Alternate Assessment (MAAECF) Percentage Scoring Basic or Above 07/2008 All Non Disabled Native ELL/ Economically Not Econ Migrant Male Female Black White Asian Hispanic tudents Students Disabled Only American LEP Disadvantaged Disadvantaged Student Notes: Percentages 0-4% are reported as 4% and percentages 96-100% are reported as 96%. Minimum N-count for reporting is 10 students. Alternate Assessment (MAAECF) Percentage Scoring Proficient or Above 07/2008 All Non Disabled Native ELL/ Economically Not Econ Migrant Male Female Black White Asian Hispanic tudents Students Disabled Only American LEP Disadvantaged Disadvantaged Student Notes: Percentages 0-4% are reported as 4% and percentages 96-100% are reported as 96%. Minimum N-count for reporting is 10 students.

2007-08 Percentage Scoring Basic or Above Test U.S. History Biology Algebra I (M07) Engl II MC (L06)

All Non Disabled Native ELL/ Economically Male Female Black White Asian Hispanic Students Disabled Only American LEP Disadvantaged

95 91 91 92

95 92 92 93

87 65 69 81

96 91 89 89

93 92 93 96

91 81 83 86

96 96 96 96

96 96 96 96

90

89 73 81 82

Not Econ Migrant Disadvantaged Student

96 96 94 96

Percentage Scoring Proficient or Above Test

All Non Disabled Native ELL/ Economically Male Female Black White Asian Hispanic Students Disabled Only American LEP Disadvantaged

Not Econ Migrant Disadvantaged Student

U.S. History 78 79 60 84 73 65 87 94 54 85 Biology 81 82 52 79 83 64 94 96 54 91 Algebra I (M07) 65 66 47 65 65 44 79 96 50 36 75 Engl II MC (L06) 72 73 33 67 77 48 88 96 39 83 Notes: Percentages 0-4% are reported as 4% and percentages 96-100% are reported as 96%. Minimum N-count for reporting is 10 students.

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Subject Area Test

Percentage Scoring Proficient or Above All Non Disabled Native ELL/ Economically Not Econ Migrant Male Female Black White Asian Hispanic Students Disabled Only American LEP Disadvantaged Disadvantaged Student

Test


Grade 4,7 & 10 Writing Assessment Grade Level 4 7 10

Number Tested 870 899 739

Mean % % % Writing Score Score=0 Score=1 Score=2 2.2 1.0 8.0 61.0 2.3 1.0 7.0 57.0 2.3 1.0 74.0 Notes: Minimum N-count for reporting is 10 students. Writing scores range from 0 to 4.

% Score=3 27.0 29.0 24.0

% Score=4 3.0 6.0 1.0

Percentage with Writing Scores of 2 or Above Grade All Non Disabled Native ELL/ Economically Not Econ Migrant Male Female Black White Asian Hispanic Level Students Disabled Only American LEP Disadvantaged Disadvantaged Student

Writing & Science Assessments

4 7 10

91 95 60 88 94 84 95 95 94 86 82 95 92 94 57 88 95 87 95 91 71 83 95 96 96 96 96 96 96 96 96 96 96 Notes: Percentages 0-4% are reported as 4% and percentages 96-100% are reported as 96%. Minimum N-count for reporting is 10 students.

Percentage with Writing Scores of 3 or Above Grade All Non Disabled Native ELL/ Economically Not Econ Migrant Male Female Black White Asian Hispanic Level Students Disabled Only American LEP Disadvantaged Disadvantaged Student

4 7 10

30 33 8 26 35 18 37 39 31 10 13 37 35 37 5 30 40 20 44 52 21 13 44 25 27 5 25 26 18 29 47 17 28 Notes: Percentages 0-4% are reported as 4% and percentages 96-100% are reported as 96%. Minimum N-count for reporting is 10 students.

Grade 5 & 8 Science Test Grade Level 5 8

Number Mean % % % Tested Scale Score Minimal Basic Proficient 872 571.9 8.9 24.0 41.1 872 873.8 7.0 24.4 40.3 Notes: Minimum N-count for reporting is 10 students.

% Advance 26.0 28.3

Percentage Scoring Basic or Above All Non Disabled Native ELL/ Economically Not Econ Migrant Male Female Black White Asian Hispanic Students Disabled Only American LEP Disadvantaged Disadvantaged Student 91 93 57 93 89 82 96 96 83 79 96 93 95 57 94 92 87 96 96 96 84 96 Notes: Percentages 0-4% are reported as 4% and percentages 96-100% are reported as 96%. Minimum N-count for reporting is 10 students.

Percentage Scoring Proficient or Above All Non Disabled Native ELL/ Economically Not Econ Migrant Male Female Black White Asian Hispanic Students Disabled Only American LEP Disadvantaged Disadvantaged Student 67 70 28 71 63 46 81 71 42 43 76 69 71 26 71 66 45 85 77 83 42 78 Notes: Percentages 0-4% are reported as 4% and percentages 96-100% are reported as 96%. Minimum N-count for reporting is 10 students.

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Introduction

The MCT2 was administered May 1314, 2008. Language Arts was administered on day one and Mathematics on day two. The results of the first administration wwas reported for federal and state accountability purposes in August 2008. For information regarding the performance level descriptors, visit http://www.mde.k12.ms.us/acad/ osa/pld/

• Numbers and Operations: Analyze relationships among numbers and the four basic operations. Compute fluently and make reasonable estimates. • Algebra: Explain, analyze, and generate patterns, relationships, and functions using algebraic symbols, demonstrate an understanding of the properties of the basic operations, and analyze change in various contexts. • Geometry: Develop mathematical arguments about geometric relationships and describe spatial relationships using coordinate geometry. • Measurement: Develop concepts and apply appropriate tools and techniques to determine units of measure.

The Language Arts MCT2 measures a student’s knowledge of grade-level curriculum as specified in the 2006 MS Language Arts Curriculum Framework – Revised. The following competencies are measured by the Mississippi Curriculum Test, Second Edition:

• The MCT2 is an untimed, multiplechoice assessment that requires students in all grades to bubble in answers on an answer document.

• The student will use word recognition and vocabulary (word meaning) skills to communicate.

• Students in grades three and four will answer 60 reading/writing items and 55 math items; grades five and six will

• The student will apply Standard English to communicate.

• Students who score at the Minimal Level on any part of the MCT2 in Grades 3 and 7 will be referred to the Teacher Support Team (TST) as part of the State Board of Education Intervention Policy (SBE Code 4300).

Key MCT2 Facts • All eligible students in grades 3 – 8 must participate.

• The student will express, communicate, evaluate, or exchange ideas effectively.

• The mathematics test for eighth grade students is based on the Pre-Algebra curriculum in the 2007 MS Mathematics Framework – Revised. Students taking the grade eight MCT2 PreAlgebra test will be provided a formula chart.

• Data Analysis and Probability: Formulate questions that can be addressed with data and select and use appropriate statistical methods to analyze data. Apply basic concepts of probability.

About The Tests

• The student will apply strategies and skills to comprehend, respond to, interpret, or evaluate a variety of texts of increasing length, difficulty, and complexity.

• Students only in grades seven and eight are allowed to use approved calculators on allnmath items.

• Language Arts is one test with Reading administered as section one and Writing as section two.

answer 70 reading/writing items and 60 math items; and grades seven and eight will answer 80 reading/writing and 60 math items.

Mississippi Curriculum Test, 2nd Edition

In the Spring of 2008, Mississippi students took the new Mississippi Curriculum Test, Second Edition (MCT2). The (MCT2) is a measure of student achievement in Language Arts and Mathematics in grades 3-8 based on the 2006 Mississippi Language Arts Framework - Revised and 2007 Mississippi Mathematics Framework Revised. In addition to being the basis for state accountability in these grades, the MCT2 is designed to meet the federal testing requirements of the No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB), 2001.

The Mathematics MCT2 for grades 37 measures a student’s knowledge of and skill level in general mathematics; the Mathematics MCT2 for grade 8 measures student knowledge of and skill level in Pre-Algebra.

Excerpts taken from the Mississippi Department of Education website: www.mde.k12.ms.us.

• Some math items for all grades will require students to use a ruler. The MDE is recommending that students are familiar with using a 12” lead-in edge ruler with both English and Metric measurements.

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MADISON COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT Elementary Schools

Middle Schools

Ann Smith - K-2 Kathy Rigsby, Principal Phone: 601-856-6621

Flora - 6-8 William White, Principal Phone: 601-879-3809

Camden - K-5 Dr. Falana Burks, Principal Phone: 662-468-2833

Germantown - 6-8 Brad Peets, Principal Phone: 601-859-0376

East Flora - K-5 Christi Hollingshed, Principal Phone: 601-879-8724

Madison Middle - 6-8 Ron Morrison, Principal Phone: 601-605-4171

Highland - 3-5 Dr. Cheryl Stone, Principal Phone: 601-853-8103

Northeast Madison Middle - 6-8 Kelvin Griffin, Principal Phone: 601-855-2406

Luther Branson - K-5 Marilyn Naron, Principal Phone: 601-859-2743

Olde Towne - 6-8 Allen Lawrence, Principal Phone: 601-898-8730

Madison Avenue Lower - K-2 Dr. Brenda Jones, Principal Phone: 601-856-2951 Madison Avenue Upper - 3-5 Rick Ross, Principal Phone: 601-856-6609 Madison Crossing - K-5 Dr. Martha Dâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Amico, Principal Phone: 601-898-7710 Madison Station - K-5 Beverly Johnston, Principal Phone: 601-856-6246 Mannsdale - K-5 Dee Walsh, Principal Phone: 601-879-0309

High Schools Rosa Scott - 9 Ted Poore, Principal Phone: 601-605-0054 Madison Central - 9-12 Edith Mitchell, Principal Phone: 601-856-7121 Ridgeland - 9-12 Lee Boozer, Principal Phone: 601-898-5023 Velma Jackson - 9-12 Jeff Mumford, Principal Phone: 662-468-2531 Alternative School - K-12 Carissa Hill, Principal Phone: 601-859-0367 Career and Technical Center - 9-12 Aimee Brown, Principal Phone: 601-859-0368 An official publication from the Office of Federal Programs Pollia F. Griffin, Ed.D., Assistant Superintendent P. O. Box 159, Flora, MS 39071 Phone:601-879-3015 - Fax:601-879-9761 Publication inquiries contact: Kimberly D. Davis - kdowedavis@madison-schools.com

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2008-2009 Report to the Community