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1100 Patterson Street, Petersburg, VA State Accreditation Results for All Students This table summarizes the data used in calculating the state accreditation status of the school and is reported
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1100 Patterson Street, Petersburg, VA State Accreditation Results for All Students This table summarizes the data used in calculating the state accreditation status of the school and is reported for the all students group. Proficiency Gap Dashboard for Federal Accountability Under Virginia s approved Elementary and Secondary Education Act waiver application, schools must meet increasing targets referred to as Annual Measurable Objectives (s) in reading and mathematics for all students, three Proficiency Gap Groups, and other subgroups in order to meet federal accountability requirements. Schools have three ways to meet the s: test results from the most recently completed school year, test results based on a three-year average, or by reducing the failure rate by 10 percent. High schools must also meet the federal graduation indicator for all groups. Proficiency Gaps report the differences in performance of traditionally underperforming student subgroups as compared with established s. The s vary by Proficiency Gap Group based on performance of students in each group on SOL tests administered in ; however, s in reading and mathematics will increase annually until when the reading objective will be 78 for all groups and the mathematics objective will be 73 percent for all groups. Petersburg City Public Schools Principal: Mrs. Barbara A. Patterson Superintendent: Dr. Linda Shifflette (804) (804) The Commonwealth of Virginia is committed to providing a quality education for all students. The Virginia School Report Card provides transparent information about the performance of Virginia s schools. School accreditation and federal accountability ratings for a specific school year are based on student achievement on tests taken during the previous academic year. State Accreditation Status Data Not Yet Available State Accreditation Results for All Students Summary of Accountability Results Title I Priority: Data Not Yet Available Federal Accountability Title I Focus: Data Not Yet Available Subject Accreditation Benchmark 1 Year 3 Year 1 Year 3 Year 1 Year 3 Year Met Accreditation Benchmark * * * * * * * * * Key: YES = Met benchmark based on current year results 3YR = Met benchmark based on the 3 year average result AB = Met benchmark based on Alternative Benchmark 4YR = Met benchmark based on the 4 year average result NO-A = Did not meet benchmark but is within the narrow margin = A group below state definition for personally identifiable results NO-I = Did not meet benchmark but satisfies the criteria for improvement NO-W = Did not meet benchmark or criteria for narrow margin or improvement N/A = Not applicable NO = Did not meet benchmark Proficiency Gap Dashboard for Federal Accountability Target Reading Result Met Target Target Mathematics Result All Students Gap Group 1 - Students with Disabilities, English Language Learners, Economically Disadvantaged Students (unduplicated) Met Target Gap Group 2 - Black Students Gap Group 3 - Hispanic Students Key: YES = Met objective based on the current year result 3YR = Met objective based on the 3 year average result TS = Too small; objective not evaluated due to too few students R10 = Met objective by reducing failure rate by at least 10 percent NO = Did not meet objective = A group below state definition for personally identifiable results N/A = Not applicable Detailed student performance data for all subgroups, including state and federal graduation data, are available on subsequent pages. Page 1 of 10 Federal Annual Measurable Objectives Under federal requirements, Virginia is required to establish annual measurable objectives (s) for proficiency in reading and mathematics test participation and performance for all subgroups. In addition, schools with a graduating class must meet federal graduation requirements for all subgroups of students. The table below displays whether or not the subgroups represented at the school met federal s. More detailed federal data are available in this report card. Schools with one or more subgroups not meeting a minimum passing rate target and not identified as a Title I Priority or Title I Focus school are required to implement an improvement plan. Title I Priority and Focus schools have additional requirements. Federal Annual Measurable Objectives Participation Reading Mathematics All Students - - Gap Group 1 - Students with Disabilities, English Language Learners, Economically Disadvantaged Students (unduplicated) - - Gap Group 2 - Black Students - - Gap Group 3 - Hispanic Students - - Asian - - Economically Disadvantaged - - Limited English Proficient - - Students with Disabilities - - White - - Performance Reading Mathematics All Students - - Gap Group 1 - Students with Disabilities, English Language Learners, Economically Disadvantaged Students (unduplicated) - - Gap Group 2 - Black Students - - Gap Group 3 - Hispanic Students - - Asian - - Economically Disadvantaged - - Limited English Proficient - - Students with Disabilities - - White - - Federal Graduation Indicator (FGI) All Students - Gap Group 1 - Students with Disabilities, English Language Learners, Economically Disadvantaged Students (unduplicated) Gap Group 2 - Black Students - Gap Group 3 - Hispanic Students - Asian - Economically Disadvantaged - Limited English Proficient - Students with Disabilities - White - Key: YES = Met objective YES-3YR = Met objective based on the 3 year average result YES-5YR = Met objective with 5-year FGI YES-6YR = Met objective with 6-year FGI YES-R10 = Met objective by reducing failure rate by at least 10 percent YES MP = Maintain Progress: Current year pass rate equal to prior year s pass rate, or stayed within 5% YES CI = Continuous Improvement: Met starting pass rate (which exceeds Year 6 pass rate) and made continuous improvement as compared to prior year NO = Did not meet objective TS = Too small, objective not evaluated due to too few students N/A = Not applicable - Page 2 of 10 School - Fall Membership School membership (enrollment) is reported on September 30 of each school year. School - Fall Membership Grade PK - Pre-kindergarten Total Students Advanced Program Information The percentage of students enrolled in advanced programs is a key indicator of school quality at the secondary level. School - Advanced Program Information Count / Percentage Program type Page 3 of 10 Percentage of Students Passing and in English Reading and Mathematics Only student subgroups represented are listed. Student Subgroup Type Passed Not Passed Not Passed Not Current Year Page 4 of 10 Other Academic Indicators Only student subgroups represented are listed. Student Subgroup Type Passed Not Passed Not Passed Not Current Year Page 5 of 10 Non-Assessment-Based Other Academic Indicators NCLB requires schools, school divisions and states to make progress in additional areas, such as science, history, writing, attendance and graduation. Only student subgroups represented are listed. Other Academic Indicators Notes: Student Subgroup Type Percentage Percentage Percentage Attendance Rate: average daily attendance percentage Page 6 of 10 Assessment Results at each Proficiency Level by Subgroup The Virginia Assessment Program includes Standards of Learning (SOL) tests and other statewide assessments in English, history/social science, mathematics, and science. The tables below provide information for the three most recent years on the achievement of students on these tests, including percentages of students who demonstrate proficiency and advanced proficiency. Annual accountability ratings are based on achievement during the previous academic year or combined achievement from the three most recent years. Only student subgroups represented are listed. Assessment Results at each Proficiency Level by Subgroup Student Subgroup Type Adv Prof Pass Fail Adv Prof Pass Fail Adv Prof Pass Fail Page 7 of 10 Career and Technical Education Secondary schools report the number of credentials earned by students for passing occupational competency assessments recognized by the National Occupational Competency Testing Institute (NOCTI), state licensure examinations, industry certification examinations, and workplace readiness skills assessments. Prior to , workplace readiness skills assessments were included in the Industry Certification category, but now are reported separately. Career and Technical Education Count Type NOCTI Assessments School * * * Division State State Licensures School * * * Division State Industry Certification School * * * Division State Workplace Readiness School * * * Division State Total Credentials Earned School * * * Students Earning One or More Credentials Division State School * * * Division State CTE Completers School * * * Division State Page 8 of 10 Percentage of Core Academic Classes Taught by Teachers Not Meeting the Federal Definition of Highly Qualified Virginia recognizes the importance of teacher quality in raising student achievement. This table provides the percentage of core academic classes taught by teachers teaching outside of their area of endorsement. Percentage of Core Academic Classes Taught by Teachers Not Meeting the Federal Definition of Highly Qualified Division School type All Schools High Poverty State All Schools High Poverty Low Poverty Notes: - High poverty means schools in the top quartile of poverty in the state. - Low poverty means schools in the bottom quartile of poverty in the state. - NCLB defines core academic subjects as: English, reading or language arts, mathematics, science, foreign languages, civics and government, economics, art, history and geography. Provisionally Licensed Teachers This table reports the percentage of teachers teaching with provisional or provisional special education credentials. Provisionally Licensed Teachers School Credential type Provisional Provisional Special Education Division Provisional Provisional Special Education State Provisional Provisional Special Education Teacher Education Attainment This table reports the percentage of teachers with bachelor s, master s, or doctorate degrees by highest degree earned. Teacher Education Attainment School Degree type Bachelor's Degree Master's Degree Doctoral Degree Division Bachelor's Degree Master's Degree Doctoral Degree State Bachelor's Degree Master's Degree Doctoral Degree Page 9 of 10 School - School Safety Virginia s accreditation standards require school report cards to include information about school safety. The Offense Categories that are listed are the same as the offense categories defined in the Safe Schools Information Resource (SSIR) available on the VDOE Web site. School - School Safety Offense Category Weapons Offenses Offenses Against Student Offenses Against Staff Other Offenses Against Persons Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drug Offenses Property Offenses Disorderly or Disruptive Behavior Offenses Technology Offenses All Other Offenses Page 10 of 10
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