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District Goals and Data

As part of a comprehensive school improvement process, various stakeholders in the district review data, analyze for areas of need, and create goals aligned to those areas.  We discuss large district initiatives which often span more than one year.  We also write yearly student achievement goals.

2018-2019 District Initiatives 

  1. Implement a systematic MTSS framework throughout the district using the PLC process.

  2. Research, develop, and provide professional learning on elements of effective grading practices.

2017-2018 Student Achievement Goals

Each year, the district advisory team creates student achievement goals for board approval. These goals are written based on trends and needs based on past data.  Progress towards these goals is reported at the end of each school year.

Reading: The percentage of students in grades 4-11 that score proficient or higher on the Reading Comprehension assessment will incease by 3% from the spring of 2017 to the spring of 2018 as measured by the Iowa Assessment.  In addition, all students will show one year's grwoth from spring 2017 to spring of 2018.

Math: The percentage of students in grades 4-11 that score proficient or higher on the Mathematics assessment will incease by 3% from the spring of 2017 to the spring of 2018 as measured by the Iowa Assessment.  In addition, all students will show one year's grwoth from spring 2017 to spring of 2018.

Science: The percentage of students in grades 4-11 that score proficient or higher on the Science assessment will incease by 3% from the spring of 2017 to the spring of 2018 as measured by the Iowa Assessment.  In addition, all students will show one year's grwoth from spring 2017 to spring of 2018.

2017-2018 Data Dashboards

Fall Dashboard

Winter Dashboard

Summer Dashboard