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Wheaton High School - #782 Principal: Mr. Bennie W. Green Associate Supt: Dr. Christopher S. Garran School Hours: 7:25 - 2:10

12601 Dalewood Drive Silver Spring, MD 20906

Office Phone: (301) 929-2050 Fax Number: (301) 929-2081

Cluster Name: Downcounty Consortium www.montgomeryschoolsmd.org/schools/wheatonhs/ Feeder Schools: Argyle, Eastern, Lee, Loiederman, Newport Mill, Parkland, Sligo, Silver Spring Int'l, Takoma Park MS

2013–2014 Enrollment = 1,336 % Total

% Gender

% Racial/Ethnic Composition¹ ²

Female

Male

AM

AS

BL

HI

PI

WH

MU

All Students

Enrollment by Grade Number Percent

57.6 8.6 32.3

≤5.0 ≤5.0 ≤5.0

10.6 ≤5.0 ≤5.0

25.6 ≤5.0 15.0

53.7 12.2 36.8

≤5.0 ≤5.0 ≤5.0

7.8 ≤5.0 ≤5.0

≤5.0 ≤5.0 ≤5.0

421

31.5

15.4 58.9

42.4 6.8 26.6

Grade 9

ESOL FARMS

Grade 10 Grade 11

367 298

27.5 22.3

SPED

12.6

≤5.0

7.9

≤5.0

≤5.0

≤5.0

6.7

≤5.0

≤5.0

≤5.0

Grade 12

250

18.7

¹ Racial/ethnic composition figures reflect MSDE abbreviations: American Indian or Alaskan Native (AM); Asian (AS); Black or African American (BL); Hispanic/Latino (HI); Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander (PI); White (WH); Two or More (Multiple) Races (MU).

Total

1,336

Students with Disabilities Least Restrictive Environment (LRE)² Percent of Instructional Time Inside a General Education Class 80% or More Between 40% and 79% All SPED Students

72.0

Less than 40%

12.5

15.5

Other Participation Students now or have in the past received FARMS² = 78.3%

Dropout Rate² ³ = 12.6%

Mobility Rate (Entrants + Withdrawals)² ³ = 14.3%

Suspension Rate² ³ = 4.4%

Graduation Rate² ³ = 76.1%

Percent of Students Meeting University System of Maryland Entrance Requirements² ³ = 65.4%

Attendance Rate² ³ = 94.0%

School Programs Learning and Academic Disabilities Learning for Independence School/Community-Based Academy of Biosciences and Health Professions (Project Lead the Way) Academy of Engineering and Technology Academy of Information Technology (AOIT) Institute of Global and Cultural Studies Academy Biomedical Magnet Program (Project Lead the Way) Engineering Magnet Program (Project Lead the Way) Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS)

School Progress Index³ Achievement

Gap Reduction

College/Career Readiness

SPI

Strand

Not Met

Not Met

Met

0.9342

3

The School Progress Index (SPI) is a new accountability system that helps educators gauge how well a school is progressing in its quest to improve performance for all students. The yardstick for every school is set against its own ability to reduce by half in six years the portion of students not achieving proficiency, with annual improvement targets set for every school and every subgroup individually. For more information, see the Introduction (page iii).

Maryland High School Assessment Performance Status¹ ² ³ ⁴ Algebra

Biology

ALL

94.5

90.2

AS

≥95.0 94.6

≥95.0 92.6

BL HI WH MU ESOL

Grade 11 English

Grade 12 English

Government

Algebra

Biology

85.1

73.3

92.2

84.1

84.4

Government 83.0

≥95.0 91.1

---

≥95.0 86.5

94.4 87.8

94.4 86.3

91.7 85.0

91.7

85.7

77.1

64.7

94.0

80.0

80.3

81.9

≥95.0 --

≥95.0 --

≥95.0 --

---

87.5 --

87.5 --

93.8 --

75.0 --

80.0

76.7

34.3

70.0

79.4

45.2

38.2

31.6

FARMS

94.1

88.2

78.8

69.6

91.9

79.0

80.3

77.4

SPED

80.0

66.7

80.0

--

88.9

77.8

83.3

72.2

² To comply with federal requirements, any percentage rates greater than or equal to 95.0% or less than or equal to 5.0% (3% for suspensions) will be noted as ≥95.0 or ≤5.0 (≤3.0 for suspensions), respectively. ³ Outcome data reflect 2012–2013 school year. ⁴ Results are not reported (--) for groups with fewer than ten students enrolled.

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Wheaton High School - #782 Algebra and Geometry Completion with a "C" or Higher and Honors/AP/IB/College‐Level Course Enrollment² ³ ⁴ Algebra Completion with a "C" or Higher by Grade 9

Geometry Completion with a "C" or Higher by Grade 10

Honors/AP/IB/College-Level Course Enrollment

All Students

47.0

50.0

73.0

Asian

72.5 57.4

70.0 43.5

81.0 76.9

Hispanic/Latino White

36.7

44.0

68.3

56.0

82.6

83.0

Two or More Races

42.9 21.8

-27.4

75.0 42.5

41.3

44.7

68.0

20.0

27.8

28.5

Black or African American

ESOL FARMS SPED

Staff Diversity % Racial/Ethnic Composition¹

Classes Taught by Highly Qualified (HQ) Teachers³

% Gender

AS

BL

HI

WH

MU

Female

Male

Professional

3.7

22.9

8.3

62.4

1.8

61.5

38.5

Number of Classes

% HQ

% Not HQ

Supporting Services

9.2

32.3

29.2

29.2

0.0

67.7

32.3

291

96.9

3.1

Years Experience of Professional Personnel

Average SAT Scores³ ⁵ (32.4% Tested)

% Less Than 5 Years

% 5–15 Years

% More Than 15 Years

12.8

42.2

45.0

Student/Instructional Staff Ratio = 10.0 English = 24.4

Other = 24.5

Principal Assistant Principal Asst School Administrator Magnet/Special Program Coordinator Administrative Total

Supporting Services Instructional Support 1.000 2.000 1.000

4.000

Teachers Classroom Resource/Team Leader/ Content Specialist Staff Development Athletic Director ESOL Alternative Career/Technical Ed Reading/Literacy Special Education: Classroom Resource Program Teachers Total

9.000 0.400 1.000 8.000 1.000 0.600

23.000 1.000 101.800

Other Professional Counselor Media Specialist Spec Ed Related Services

Paraeducators Regular 4.125 Special Education 16.625 IT Systems Specialist 1.000 English Composition Assistant 1.375 Hearing Interpreter College/Career Information Coord 1.000 Media Assistant 1.000 Teacher Assistant Instructional Support Total

57.800

5.400 1.000 1.100

25.125

Other Support Business Manager Administrative Secretary Registrar School Financial Assistant Secretary Parent/Community Coord Media Services Technician Security Team Leader Security Assistant Student Monitor Other Support Total

1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 3.500 1.000 1.000 5.000 14.500

Building Services Manager Leader Worker Plant Equipment Operator Building Services Total

Food Services

National

546

496

Math

464 426

560

514

542 1648

488 1498

1332

Advanced Placement/International Baccalaureate Tests³

Staff Positions Professional Administrative

County

442

Writing Total

Class Size/Staff Ratio Average Class Size:

School Critical Reading

Number of Graduates

N of Graduates Scoring 3 or Higher on AP Test or Scoring 4 or Higher on IB Test

% of Graduates Scoring 3 or Higher on AP Test or Scoring 4 or Higher on IB Test

207

61

29.5

Grade 12 Documented Decisions² ³ College/Training Employment 89.2%

≤5.0%

Military

College/Employment

≤5.0%

68.5%

Facilities Data Original Construction Date

Year Renovated/ Modernized

Site Size in Acres

Joint Occupancy

Relocatable Classrooms

1954

1983

28.2

0

2

Core Facility Teaching Stations Total

Regular Education

Support Rooms

ESOL

Special/Alt Education

65

53

0

6

6

Capacity/Enrollment Projections Current Capacity

Future Capacity

2014 –2015

2015 –2016

2016 –2017

2017 –2018

2018 –2019

2019 –2020

1,320

1,596

1,342

1,373

1,429

1,483

1,545

1,610

School Personnel Costs

1.000 1.000 11.000 1.000

Professional Salaries

$8,852,083

Supporting Services Salaries

$2,315,014

Employee Benefits

$2,844,100

14.000

Total Allocated Cost

$14,011,197

¹ Racial/ethnic composition figures reflect MSDE abbreviations: American Indian or Alaskan Native (AM); Asian (AS); Black or African American (BL); Hispanic/Latino (HI); Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander (PI); 113.300 Total Supporting Services 57.875 Total Professional White (WH); Two or More (Multiple) Races (MU). ² To comply with federal requirements, any percentage rates greater than or equal to 95.0% or less than or equal to 5.0% will be noted as ≥95.0 or ≤5.0, respectively. ³ Outcome data reflect 2012–2013 school year. ⁴ Results are not reported (--) for groups with fewer than ten students enrolled. ⁵ The combined SAT score may differ by 1 point because of rounding. Other Professional Total

7.500

4.250

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