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8 HIDALGO COUNTY HERALD &apos; FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15, 2010 ill i illl= ilii i i r irlr i i i r= i. . I I i Lordsburg Municipal Schools CO UNtABiLiW A-;+,+-+;,t+ent Stmml++ry by rmlc AYP Summ;r i LORDSBURG MUNICtPAL SCHOOLS Improvement Ststu: 81-2 ) AYP Ratlog: AYP Nat Met !+ Total Number % ) Schoo rind in di S 100 i Schools in Improvement 3 60 '.Sch In C. Aovtt 1 20 .............................................................................................. 4 sczx)o In RVucturk 0 0 What is Adequate Yeady Progress (AYP)? .+ Every school and disll'lct kl the Mate must meat annual academic pn targeta in rnag'mmals and marling in ordor be considered on trick for 100% profkency by school year 2013-14. AYP is  of stats and fedetat statute. The Elementary & Secondary Education Act {ESEA) Of 2001 says that each stata shell establish a twneline for adequate yearly , The tlmeline shall ensure thai no later than 12 years after the 2001-2002 School yar all students in each group described in the'law will meet or exceed (he state's pr0fcnt level Of academic achievement. New Mexico Statute states that "the Department shall measure the performance of every public school in New ." ( 22.2C.3, D) AYP datermlnotions result from Mmnertta that are = at the end of the pdor school year. Therefore report summ'adzes AYP flmmlings that apply to 2009-2010, but that wsre derivad from the achtavement of atudents in the 2o0z0o .=poof y,. What do lchoels have to loin order to meet AYP? Schools neel W. :; ........ - a) Acflleve a 95%  on state assec,nents b) Reach targets for pmflctanoy or reduce non-profidency c) Raach targeta  attandance in ateatentary and middle sclloofs and 9 for high sdols. Who has to mut AYP? Subgroups of 25 or more Studartts within sech school, distrk. and U state must meetAYP. The subgroups include Cauceskm, Ndcan/Vnerioan, AslaNPac Islander. Hianlc, American IndkNaan Native. Economlsa,y Di=mantagad (FRL), Students with Oea SWD), and English Language Learners (ELL). Report Contents - Sunt Demogram - AYP Summary - Accountablllly Indicators by Subgroup NAEP ANmnenl Summary for Grades 4 8nd 8 -Stme Assessment Summaries for Gades 3.8, and11 - School Board Member Padlpa,un - S.etad Expend.res Teacher Quality - Quality of Edusetion Suney (Parent Survey) Definitions and Abbreviations Asian: Asian or Pacific Islandar Afr Am: African American ELL: English language lemn; assessments include attKlen who exited ELL status the first and second years FRL: Free or Reduced Lunch; qualifies the student es e<xnomlcally disadvantaged SWD: Students with disabilllk; does not include special education atudenta who am gifted Hlgh Povedy Schcois: SchcolS wth the moat atud' ellglbta for FRL (top 25%) Low Poverty Scheol Scheos wlth the fewest sxionts ellglb for FRL {bottom 25%) Number % :Female 337 49.5 Male 344 5005 69 10.1 AMcan-Amedcan 5 0.7 i Aslan/Pacll Islander 1 0.1 ;Amedcan Indlen 0 0.0 Englleh Language Learners 52 7.6 Stndents with Disablt 121 17.8 Fme/Redl, med Lin Plogram 451 66.2 M 0 0,0 1 Nmber % 160.866 47.0 169.3t2 49.5 95.406 27,9 8,670 2,5 185,147 54.1 4,506 1,3 36.449 10.7 55,866 16.3 45,346 13.3 203,946 59.6 575 0.2 ]Source: STARS 40th dey submbslo to P,.:llc Educala Depaemem. EPOR 2008-2009 NM Altorsetlve Proficiency Assessment (NMAPA) for students with Significant dlselltlea. These assessments were developed to the NM Standards and Benchmarks glat educators and the public determined are important for our students to master. The msessme results are fo all students enrolled  present durklg ta In March 200g. DisMct summaries do not include students :Tromcllallmcll0ots. whlch arerlportedesl0dy. Resul for groups with tewor than 10 students m not mportsdto meet oxenmW requtrementa. Prcenta may not ad to 100, Am Levels; 1 -,2= Prormlent, 3 = Nesdng ProlkdenCy, 4 =  81 <> Fewer  10 CENTRAL ELEMENTARY Met Progressing DUGAN-TARANGO MIDDLE Not Mel 8t-1 delay LORDBURG HIGH No Met CA R.V.TRAYLOB ELEM Met S1-1 delay SOUTHSIDE ELEMENTARY Not Mel 81..2 AYP by Subgroup AYP ibased on students who have attended a school+for a full aademi yzr. Three a(Klarn indic, atom am (Jllzl: 1) mathematics, 2)reading, and 3) either attendance (elementary and middta schools); or graduation (hlgh school). Results are not reported for subgroupswlth fewer than 10 students (indicated by o). +-5 ,+ .... ,o,+ +::++` ..... 6,++ <+ .++ <,+++++ 4=+ ' T" "+"++"++ ,. +"+:": +T" + .. '++" , CENTRAL ELEMENTARy Reading  59' 54.9 <> DUGAN-TA - - y ,60 47A <> LURG HIGH : , .Reading  80 34.1 o SOUTHSIDEELiTARY ResdingProflciency 63 48:9 <> Distdctwide-Grades +-5 Math cy -8 Math Procncy 11 Math Pror-y CENTR/u.ELeMENTARY Ma& Proien DUGAN-TARANGO MIDDLE Math Proficiency LORDSBURG HIGH Math Proficiency SOUTHSIDE ELEMENTARY Math Prolency . . " ." 3-5 Attandanos Rate " ' 6-8 Attendance Rate CENTRAL ELEMENTARY Attendance Rate DUGAN-TARANGO MIDDLE Attendance Rate LORDSBURG HIGH . Attendance Rate SOUTHSIDE ELEMENTARY Attendance Rate 50 " 39,4 41 23,8 46. 9,8 47 + 38,5 '41 22,1 46 + 9:8 50 34.4 92 93,4 92 93,4 92 94.7 92 93.1 92 93.5 92' 95.3 /Ul Students + Gredm Ram 52. 55.6 LORDSBURG HIGH Graduation Rate 52 55.6 66.7 35.0 <> o, <> <> 94.2 94.2 93.9. 94.2 91.8 95,9 <> <> <> 50.6 <> <> 50.0 o  ." <>, . :43.8 o .... <> 41.0 o : .<' i ' <> " 30.8 <> <>' '28.0 <> . < 4> <:1' o <> <> 36.4. <> <> <> 21.3 <> <> <> 7,7 <> <> o 31.0 <> : <> <> <> 93.3 .<> 93.9 93.3"' <; <> 93.3" 94.8 <> <> 95.0 92.9 o . <> 91.5 93.7 <> <> <> '95.2 <> " <> NDA 56:1 <> <> <> 56.1 '45,2 <> <> 40.8 27.3 36,1 <> <> 35.7 26.7 22 7' <> <> 19.3 6.2 7:7 '<> '+:O : 6 ",=> 31.9 o 20.5 <> 8 ,<> 30,3 13.6 93.5, 91,8 93.5 91.8 94.5 "95A 93.3' 89.7 .. 92.4 93:6 95.1 94.4 76.4 o <> <> 76.4 <> -- ........ L ] Imlii  ....... ii ---I'-+=!-E--- ........ - I I I year. v.+Kch measuras stude peKonmance ac to New Mexico ctmiculum standards; All udents In         t .,e the N^EP  r,,mmmU,,ve m.as of m(kmts,  smp,ng mehod doas no .oW   msle y draft, m. ie  pom + AEP asasasment8 have been ger in subjects such as reading, mathematics, science, wrlt, U.$. hktory, geogratY, the arls, and  : Rsadng and malllematlc are asleued every tto yas at grade 4 and 8. iece is amassed evl fmlr yearn. ReSults pruentnd Ilem am t0m and mam=Tmtlce,),  from 200S (=ckm). " . " - ! 1.0 12,0 Asian +" Am 1.0 9.0 lit 7.0 :19.0 SWOI  1 4.0 ; 21o I #- 5;0 17.o ,.o I ' 4.0 13.(): ' 83.0 ' :,4 :#+"::+'.0:13,0 87.0+l":+'i'imo 18.0...o.b' "I '# 2.0' .01 .87.b (+ 'FR+PI I++:+:'4+' '++' "+I +:+-+#+ : + +0: +++: ,,O " ' " ' : : " r : .... ' : I ..... " : + :" "+ " t-+-ol ,:+' +o:o ' ..o ..o I 3+0 . I , ,: =1o 4 , :o . I I , .0 , 7.o I =.o " -.o + ' N,, l :=.0 +.0 '4.0 +.0 l' ".0' ,.0 ' ".O+' -+.0' ;" I: '+.0" 24.0 3O:0 4:0 ; * BaclsmostoomrabletoPmflckmtonNewMexo'$StadarcbBaNdAmmmenl 41h Grade ELL ,4th Grade SWD" ibm Gnxle ELL 8th Grade SWO*" _: ] ] ) #