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School Performance Framework

Our multi-tiered system of support includes multiple points of entry for district-level support that is customized for each school.

Once baseline data for the Performance Framework is presented and analyzed, a system for providing resources and support will be developed based on the needs and concerns of the school as well as areas designated by the design team and principal.

About the School Framework Criteria

The School Framework Criteria is very similar for elementary, middle, and high schools, but are weighted slightly different. School tiers are determined by the School Performance Framework that includes data from the following criteria:

Academic Growth and Achievement

Criteria

  • Mathematics Proficiency
  • Reading Proficiency
  • Mathematics Growth
  • Reading Growth
  • English Learner Progress (% Pass ACCESS – MS and HS)

Weights

  • Elementary School: 0.50 
  • Middle School: 0.50 
  • High School: 0.35 

Student Engagement and Attendance

Criteria

  • Chronic Absenteeism
  • Overall Attendance
  • Average Score of Teacher Evaluation measuring student engagement

Weights

  • Elementary School: 0.125 
  • Middle School: 0.125 
  • High School: 0.125 

Family Engagement

Criteria

  • Survey Response Rate
  • “School staff respect me as a valuable partner in my child's education.” (% Agree/Strongly Agree)
  • “School staff talk to me regularly about my child's academic progress.” (% Agree/Strongly Agree)
  • “The school's communication methods were effective for my family.” (% Agree/Strongly Agree)
  • Student transfers out of school for any reason

Weights

  • Elementary School: 0.125 
  • Middle School: 0.125 
  • High School: 0.125 

School Culture and Climate

Criteria

  • Four-year graduation rate of main feeder or high school
  • Percentage of students with two or more suspensions
  • Teacher stability (retention)
  • “School staff holds high expectations for student academic achievement.” (% Agree/Strongly Agree)
  • “Discipline is administered in a consistent way in school.” (% Agree/Strongly Agree)

Weights

  • Elementary School: 0.25 
  • Middle School: 0.25 
  • High School: 0.40