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LEA #370LEA Name: Homedale School District
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METRICS
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LINK to LEA / District Report Card with Demographics and Previous Data (required): idahoschools.org/districts/370
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Section I: Student Achievement & Growth Metrics - Current & Previous Year Performance Targets (blue shaded metrics are required)
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GoalPerformance Metric2020-21 Performance Targets (Previously chosen by LEA)2021-22 Performance Targets (LEA Chosen)
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All students will be college and career ready4-year cohort graduation rate2020 cohort2021 cohort
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96.0%96.0%
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5-year cohort graduation rate (optional metric)2019 cohort2020 cohort
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Not required Not required
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% of students who meet the college ready benchmark on the college entrance exam (optional metric)42.0%
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All students will be prepared to transition from middle school / junior high to high school % students who score proficient on the grade 8 Math ISAT25.0%33.0%
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% students who make adequate growth on the grade 8 Math ISATN/A38.0%
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% students who score proficient on the grade 8 ELA ISAT45.0%67.0%
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% students who make adequate growth on the grade 8 ELA ISATN/A65.0%
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All students will be prepared to transition from grade 6 to grade 7% students who score proficient on the grade 6 Math ISAT42.0%39.0%
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% students who make adequate growth on the grade 6 Math ISATN/A45.0%
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% students who score proficient on the grade 6 ELA ISAT52.0%60.0%
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% students who make adequate growth on the grade 6 ELA ISATN/A65.0%
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Section II: Literacy Proficiency & Growth Metrics - Current & Previous Year Targets (Section II data is required)
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GoalPerformance Metric2020-21 Performance Targets (Previously chosen by LEA)2021-22 Performance Targets (LEA Chosen)
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All students will demonstrate the reading readiness needed to transition to the next grade% students who score proficient on the Kindergarten Spring IRI65.0%65.0%
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% students who score proficient on the Grade 1 Spring IRI70.0%70.0%
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% students who score proficient on the Grade 2 Spring IRI75.0%70.0%
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% students who score proficient on the Grade 3 Spring IRI70.0%70.0%
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% students who score proficient on the Grade 4 ELA ISATN/A40.0%
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% students who make adequate growth on the Grade 4 ELA ISATN/A60.0%
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Section III: How LEA Measures Progress Towards Literacy Goals and Targets (required) Instructions: To indicate how your LEA intends to measure your progress towards your literacy goals and targets, you may choose to complete either Section III.A or Section III.B. Section III.A allows you to identify at least one LEA Chosen Performance Metric (note that it must be distinctly different than the metrics listed in Sections I and II), which may be consistent with previously chosen LEA chosen metrics. Section III.B allows you to address your plan to measure progress through a short narrative.
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Section III.A: Measuring Literacy Progress - LEA Chosen Performance Metrics (at least 1)
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Performance Metric2020-21 Performance Targets (previously chosen by LEA)SY 2020-21 Results (if available)2021-22 Performance Targets (LEA Chosen)
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% of K-3 students who scored proficient (reached Tier l on their ISIP) on the Spring IRI65.0%65.0%
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% of students who scored proficient or advanced on Grade 3 ELA ISAT42.0%27.00%42.0%
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Section III.B: Narrative on Measuring Literacy Progress Instructions: If you are choosing to use section III.B to address the Section III requirement, please use the box below to provide a brief narrative describing how your LEA is measuring your progress towards your LEA's literacy goals and targets. Please note that your description must include measurements that are distinctly different than those required in Sections I and II, above.
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Section IV: College and Career Advising and Mentoring Performance Metrics (Section IV data is required)
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GoalPerformance Metric2020-21 Performance Targets (previously chosen by LEA)SY 2020-21 Results 2021-22 Performance Targets (LEA Chosen)
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All students will be college and career ready# of HS students who graduate with an associate's degree or a CTE certificate3 students 4 students
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% of students with learning plans created and reviewed in 8th grade8th grade100.0%8th grade100.0%100.0%
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% of students whose learning plans are reviewed annually by grade level9th grade100.0%9th grade100.0%100.0%
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10th grade100.0%10th grade100.0%100.0%
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11th grade100.0%11th grade100.0%100.0%
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12th grade100.0%12th grade100.0%100.0%
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# students who Go On to a form of postsecondary education within 1 year of HS graduation # Enrolled# 2020 cohort# Enrolled# 2020 cohortNot Required
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% students who Go On to a form of postsecondary education within 1 year of HS graduation 60.0%49.4%60.0%
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# students who Go On to a form of postsecondary education within 2 years of HS graduation # Enrolled# 2019 cohort# Enrolled# 2019 cohortNot Required
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% students who Go On to a form of postsecondary education within 2 years of HS graduation 60.0%48.4%60.0%
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Section V: How LEA Measures Progress Towards College & Career Advising & Mentoring Goals (required) Instructions: To indicate how your LEA intends to measure your progress towards your college and career advising and mentoring goals and targets, you may choose to complete either Section V.A or Section V.B. Section V.A allows you to identify at least one LEA Chosen Performance Metric (note that it must be distinctly different than the metrics listed in Sections I and IV), which may be consistent with previously chosen LEA chosen metrics. Section V.B allows you to address your plan to measure progress through a short narrative.
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Section V.A: College and Career Advising - LEA Chosen Performance Metrics (at least 1)
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Performance Metric2020-21 Performance Targets (previously chosen by LEA)SY 2020-21 Results (if available)2021-22 Performance Targets (LEA Chosen)
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Seniors applying to at least one college or tech school.90.0%90.0%
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Section V.B: Narrative on Measuring College and Career Advising and Mentoring Progress Instructions: If you are choosing to use section V.B to address the Section V requirement, please use the box below to provide a brief narrative describing how your LEA is measuring your progress towards your LEA's college and career advising and mentoring goals and targets. Please note that your description must include measurements that are distinctly different than those required in Sections I and IV, above.
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Section VI: Report of Progress Narrative (required) Instructions: In the provided box, please address the progress your LEA made towards your 2020-2021 Performance Targets (as chosen for your 2020-2021 plan(s) and included in the sections above). We recommend your reflection include a) your successes in meeting performance targets; b) your areas of challenge (including those where previously set performance targets were not met); and c) any plans you have to build on your success and/or address challenges. You may expand the size of the box, if needed.
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Homedale School District has worked deligently over the last several years to align ELA curriculum K-12. Our overall 2020-2021 district ELA ISAT scores were the best they have been since the SBAC was put in place. Our CIP places emphases on the 6th and 8th grades which both scored above the state average for ELA. HSD has purchased Istation Reading as a supplmental resource to support IRI. This has included professional development for our elementary teachers K-4 on how to better analyze Istation data and utilize the information to inform and drive instruction. As we continue to support ELA as a district we are hightening our efforts to make similar improvements in the area of math. We have began curriculum work and are working with the Regional Math Center to provide our math teachers with additional support in curriculum and instruction. Homedale School District is also integrating the state adopted adaptive math curriculum, Imagine Math as a supplemental resource to provide both in class at home support to students and families.
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Section VII: Notes (Optional space for contextual information about data and/or target-setting process for Sections I - V)
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NOTES: We are unable to provide staff performance data, as we are unable to aggregate the data for any of our instructional or pupil
personnel staff to groups of 5 or more.
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