Council SD Continuous Improvement Plan for 2018-19
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Council School District Continuous Improvement Plan
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GoalContinuous Improvement/Performance MeasuresSY 2016-17 (Yr 2)SY 2017-18Improvement / Change (Yr 2 – Yr 1)Benchmark / Performance Target
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All students will be college and career ready% of students meeting the college ready benchmark on the college entrance exam (SAT/ACT)7*31%increase of 2450.00%
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# of students meeting the college ready benchmark on the college entrance exam (SAT/ACT)1*4increase of 340% of enrolled students who take the SAT
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% of career-technical track high school students graduating with an industry recognized certification05increase of 510 students
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% of career-technical track high school students who passed the CTE-recognized workplace readiness exam000Increase by 1 student
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# of high school students graduating with an associate’s degree or a career technical certificate000Increase by 1 student
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4-year cohort graduation rate86100increase of 14100%
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% of learning plans review annually in grade 9100100100100
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% of learning plans review annually in grade 10100100100100
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% of learning plans review annually in grade 11100100100100
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% of learning plans review annually in grade 12100100100100
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% of students who go on to some form of postsecondary education within one year of graduation from high school46%58%increase of 12%65 %
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% of students who go on to some form of postsecondary education within two years of graduation from high schoolNANANANA
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All students will be prepared to transition from middle school / Jr. high to high school% of students who scored proficient or advanced on the 8thgrade math ISAT623%increase of 17%30% minimum with a 10% annual improvement for previous year scores over 30%
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# of students who scored proficient or advanced on the 8thgrade math ISAT13increase of 230% minimum with a 10% annual improvement for previous year scores over 30%
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% of students who scored proficient or advanced on the 8thgrade ELA ISAT3938%decrease of 1%30% minimum with a 10% annual improvement for previous year scores over 30%
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# of students who scored proficient or advanced on the 8thgrade ELA ISAT75decrease of 230% minimum with a 10% annual improvement for previous year scores over 30%
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All students will be prepared to will be prepared to transition from grade 6 to grade 7% of students who scored proficient or advanced on the 6thgrade math ISAT3425%decrease of 9%30% minimum with a 10% annual improvement for previous year scores over 30%
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# of students who scored proficient or advanced on the 6thgrade math ISAT107decrease of 330% minimum with a 10% annual improvement for previous year scores over 30%
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% of students who scored proficient or advanced on the 6thgrade ELA ISAT5543%decrease of 12%30% minimum with a 10% annual improvement for previous year scores over 30%
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# of students who scored proficient or advanced on the 6thgrade ELA ISAT1612decrease of 430% minimum with a 10% annual improvement for previous year scores over 30%
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All students will demonstrate the reading readiness needed to transition to the next grade% of students who scored proficient on the 3rdgrade statewide reading assessment7556decrease of 19%30% minimum with a 10% annual improvement for previous year scores over 30%
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# of students who scored proficient on the 3rdgrade statewide reading assessment1712decrease of 530% minimum with a 10% annual improvement for previous year scores over 30%
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% of students who scored proficient on the 2ndgrade statewide reading assessmentNR52NA30% minimum with a 10% annual improvement for previous year scores over 30%
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# of students who scored proficient on the 2ndgrade statewide reading assessmentNR12NA30% minimum with a 10% annual improvement for previous year scores over 30%
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% of students who scored proficient on the 1stgrade statewide reading assessment6639decrease of 27%30% minimum with a 10% annual improvement for previous year scores over 30%
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# of students who scored proficient on the 1stgrade statewide reading assessmentNR9NA30% minimum with a 10% annual improvement for previous year scores over 30%
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% of students who scored proficient on the kindergarten statewide reading assessmentNR56NA30% minimum with a 10% annual improvement for previous year scores over 30%
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# of students who scored proficient on the kindergarten statewide reading assessmentNR11NA30% minimum with a 10% annual improvement for previous year scores over 30%
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% of students scoring at or above college readiness levels on the MAP Assessment program (program benchmarking begins in 2017-18 school year)NR14% - Math 21.5 % - ReadingNA30% minimum with a 10% annual improvement for previous year scores over 30%
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Student/Parent EngagementThe district utilizes the surveys in the AdvancEd accreditation system to get feedback on academic, culture, organization, and continuous improvement plan items.
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Demographics
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2016-20172018-19
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Male119152
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Female145130
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White238269
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Black/African American03
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Asian22
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Native American36
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Hispanic/Latino1410
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Pacific IslanderNA2
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Free/Reduced Lunch Program56%55%
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Received Special Education (IEP Students)3829
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