Three times each year Dr. Doering shares school data with the Board. At last week’s Board meeting he had the opportunity to update trustees on the progress we’ve made since October. Here is a summary of the information he shared:
In Reading – The average MAP percentile grew in Grades K, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 9.
In Mathematics – The average MAP percentile grew in Grades K, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 11, and 12. And while the 10th grade percentile did not grow, their percentile stands at 82 which means that compared to the national group, our average tenth grader scored better than 81% of the students who took the test nationally. Something of which everyone can be proud!
In Language – The average MAP percentile grew in Grades 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6. These are all of the grade levels that take the language test in December.
Our K-12 student enrollment has grown by 18 students since October.
Our K-12 student attendance rate for the first nine weeks was 97.02%. Our student attendance rate for the second nine weeks was 94.98%.
HES had 38 office referrals during the first nine weeks. There were 73 office referrals during the second nine weeks.
HJr./Sr.H had 42 office referrals during the first nine weeks. There were 56 office referrals during the second nine weeks.
There were 5 suspensions at HES in the first nine weeks with 4 suspensions during the second nine weeks.
There were 3 suspensions at HJr./Sr.H in the first nine weeks with 6 suspensions during the second nine weeks.
There have been no expulsions at NCSC during the first semester.
According to the numbers, the last twelve weeks have been the most academically productive at NCSC since we have begun keeping record. We send a tip of the Tiger’s tail to everyone for this accomplishment! With careful planning and using instructional time wisely during second semester, we can make this quite some year!