Inglemoor Annual Performance Report

Comments

Transcription

Inglemoor Annual Performance Report
Northshore School District No. 417
Fall 2015
Inglemoor High School
2014–15 Annual School Performance Report
Mission Statement: To inspire compassionate, life-long learners in a safe, caring and academically challenging
environment to meet their full potential as productive, effective citizens of a global society.
Inglemoor High School (IHS) is committed to excellence in education. We are guided by our Vision: “to offer
programs for all students. To approach learning in a supportive and positive environment where students and
staff share responsibility for knowledge and value working and learning together.” Our school Motto is our
guiding principle: “VIKS” (Voice, Integrity, Knowledge, and Service).
We hold the following values: leadership, responsibility and excellence in all work. Our goal is for students to
experience a sense of belonging and the joy of learning while at Inglemoor. Respect for all and tolerance of
cultural diversity are highlighted throughout the school year.
IHS serves almost 1,600 students in grades 10 through 12 with a number of seventh- through ninth-grade students
who attend select Inglemoor classes that are unavailable at their respective schools. In 2014-15, Inglemoor
accepted 347 students who requested in-district (198) and out-of-district (149) transfers. They come for our
accelerated academic programs, positive school spirit and a dedicated, caring staff.
Inglemoor students are academically strong. The composite grade point average for all of our students is 3.22,
with a 90 percent rate of daily attendance. Our students’ performance on state assessments is consistently
among the highest for all schools in Washington state, and our SAT and ACT scores place IHS with the top scoring
schools in the nation. The Class of 2015 honored 6 National Merit Scholarship Finalists, 28 National Merit
Commended Students, as well as 122 full IB Diploma students.
Over 86 percent of IHS students go on to college, with more than 50 percent of our 2015 seniors earning
scholarships totaling $4 million. U.S. News & World Report awarded Inglemoor a Silver Medal in its rating of “Best
High Schools” and ranked us among the best high schools in Washington state.
We believe students thrive in quality learning experiences when their basic needs are met. All students can
succeed in school and become productive citizens, given time to grow and when fundamentally supported by
the adults in their lives. At Inglemoor, education is a partnership built upon mutual respect among staff,
students, parents and the community.
Vicki Sherwood, Principal
Strengthening Our Community Through Excellence in Education
Inglemoor High School
15500 Simonds Road N.E., Kenmore, WA 98028 425.408.7200
www.nsd.org/inglemoor
Assessments
Northshore School District administers Smarter Balanced Assessments (SBA)
in English/Language Arts (ELA) and math in grades 3-8, SBA ELA in grade
10 and SBA Math in grade 11; Measurements of Student Progress (MSP) in
Science for grades 5 and 8; End-of-Course (EOC) in math for grades 9 and
10; and EOC in Biology in grade 10 to students annually in compliance
with state and federal laws.
The Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) develops or
selects and administers all state assessments. It also reports achievement
data for students, schools, districts and the state. No Child Left Behind
(NCLB) is a federal education law passed in 2001 that requires all states to
create their own high standards for reading and math and that all
students meet proficiency on these state standards by 2014. Washington
received a federal waiver from NCLB requirements for two years, but
recently lost the waiver. As a result, NCLB requirements now apply and
Washington schools must meet the 100% student proficiency requirement
by 2014.
Northshore School District did not make AYP overall and is in Step 1 of
improvement. The district continued to support the following measures to
increase student achievement: consult with parents and staff in
developing a two-year District Improvement Plan, reserve 10 percent of its
annual federal Title 1 funds for professional development for Title 1 schools
and continue to provide assistance to schools identified as in need of
improvement.
Northshore School District did not meet AYP proficiency goal requirements
in the following cells: All, Asian, Black, Hispanic, White, Two or more races,
Special Education and Low Income SBA-ELA and Math in grades 3-5, 6-8
and 11; and Limited English SBA-ELA and Math in grades 3-6. The district
did not meet AYP participation goal requirements in the following cells:
All, Asian, Black, Hispanic, White, Two or more races, Special Education
and Low Income in SBA-ELA and Math in grade 11.
School Snapshot
Enrollment (Oct. 2014)
1596
Ethnicity
Hispanic/Latino of Any
Race
American Indian/Alaska
Native
Asian
African American/Black
Native Hawaiian/Other
Pacific Islander
White
Two or More Races
#
174
1030
83
94.3%
96.3%
1.6%
Staff (May 2014)
Administrators
Classified
Certificated
% Master’s/Ph.D.
116
3
32
81
77.8%
Administration:
Vicki Sherwood, Principal
Kristin Rose, Assistant Principal
Jon Stern, Assistant Principal
For more information on AYP, please visit the following website,
http://reportcard.ospi.k12.wa.us/Summary.aspx?domain=EOC&groupLev
el=District&schoolId=118&reportLevel=District&year=201415&gradeLevelId=99&waslCategory=1, or contact Northshore School
District Student Learning Data Analyst Brandon Lagerquist at 425.408.7722
or [email protected]
257
38
5
Grad. Rate/on time
Grad Rate/extended
Drop Out Rate
Inglemoor did not make AYP in the following cells: Proficiency and
Participation goals—All, Asian, Hispanic, White, and Low Income reading
and math. They are in Step 4 of Improvement. A comprehensive report for
Northshore School District can be found
at http://reportcard.ospi.k12.wa.us.
In Northshore School District, 98.5% of classes are taught by teachers who
meet the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) highly qualified definition. As part
of the provisions of NCLB, you may request the professional qualifications
of your child’s classroom teacher(s) by contacting your child’s school. You
will be provided the information as soon as possible upon request.
9
Mascot: Vikings
Colors: Black & Gold
Inglemoor High School
Assessment Scores
Reading
Secondary
2013-14
HSPE/EOC/SAT/ACT
13-14
95.8
84.2
82.9
*
*
*
Grade 10
NSD
State
Grade 11
NSD
State
2014-15
SBA/EOC/SAT/ACT
Writing
Math
Sci
13-14
13-14
EOC
ALG
13-14
EOC
GEO
13-14
EOC
BIO
95.9
95.1
85.6
*
*
*
93.9
94
58.4
*
*
*
94.1
92.4
58.3
*
*
*
90.7
90.7
70.3
*
*
*
ELA
Math
Sci
14-15
SBA
14-15
SBA
14-15
EOC
BIO
87.6
85.3
*
20.5
29.9
26.3
*
*
*
15.8
23.1
13.7
85.7
88.20
72.50
*
*
*
EOC reflects End of Course Overall Score / 10th-graders were allowed to take SBA ELA exam to satisfy the
ELA graduation requirement. 68% of IHS 11th graders refused to take SBA ELA exam and 69% refused to
take the SBA math exam. Percentages shown include student refusals and are counted and scored as
zero.
Class of
Inglemoor
NSD
State
School Improvement
Plan
SAT Mean Scores
2013
2014
2015
1616
1628
1720
1667
1677
1671
1498
1519
1496
ACT Composite Scores
2013
2014
2015
24.1
24.2
26.3
25.0
24.5
24.9
22.8
23
22.4
Inglemoor High School’s School Improvement Plan supported our school goal to
close the achievement gap by improving learning for all students. Teachers worked
in Professional Learning Communities focusing on curriculum, instruction and
assessment to achieve this goal. Teachers also collaborated in book studies groups
and learning walks to improve their instructional practices and reflected upon their
teaching effectiveness.
Student learning needs were addressed through a range of classes that met
Washington state and national academic standards supporting both the academic
and career needs of students with varying interests and academic passions. We
were pleased that these efforts resulted in improved student achievement as
measured by state testing.
As we move forward, it is paramount to develop meaningful learning experiences
that improve student achievement. The challenge for Inglemoor staff is designing an
instructional program that promotes mastery for all students. Inglemoor’s staff will
continue to focus upon these key areas:
• Identifying the skills and knowledge that all students will master;
• Determining the degree of proficiency students must demonstrate in the
content areas; and
• Confirming student achievement and proficiency through a variety of
purposeful assessment tools
Inglemoor High School
Parent Involvement Facility Information A close connection with our parents and their active engagement in our academic,
athletic and activities programs enhance our school community. Parent volunteers
are observed daily in the classroom and on campus assisting in the learning process.
Watch and listen for opportunities to get involved in our Inglemoor community. We
offer an assortment of varied experiences addressing multiple interests. Many
opportunities exist and we welcome ALL interested volunteers. If you are interested
in volunteering with our students, please contact the school to be provided with the
district’s required volunteer application forms. These forms may also be downloaded
from the school district website.
Our PTSA is another great way to get involved at Inglemoor. We encourage you to
join PTSA and attend its meetings. Also, many of our programs have parent booster
clubs working in tandem with the school to expand student awareness of the many
and varied civic and community service opportunities available to students. We
welcome your attendance at any or all of our school-sponsored activities and
encourage your involvement. Please come and participate at any level you desire.
Inglemoor was built in 1964 on 49.2 acres. An extensive remodel was completed in
1995. Recent upgrades include science lab emergency eye wash stations,
heating/ventilation controls, boiler re-commissioning, reroofing and replacing
lighting ballasts and lamps. Our one-story school contains 68 classrooms, eight
computer labs, six computers-on-wheels labs, performing arts center,
comprehensive health room, career/counseling center, library media resource
center and a state-of-the-art planetarium. Telecommunications, technology and
data/video networking are integrated into all facets of our instructional program.
An outstanding athletic complex surrounds our campus. Lighted synthetic turf
baseball, softball and football fields provide Inglemoor with excellent instructional
and competitive facilities. Our gym is one of the largest in the KingCo Conference,
and major upgrades were added to our soccer field, tennis courts and
rubber/asphalt track.
Inglemoor’s complex is used during the evening and on weekends by youth and
adult sports programs, PTSA groups, community organizations and other Northshore
schools. This partnership provides multiple opportunities for our community to
engage in life-long learning experiences in a first-class facility.
Northshore School District No. 417
3330 Monte Villa Parkway
Bothell, WA 98021
www.nsd.org
About Northshore
Northshore is the 11th largest school district in Washington with over 20,000 students
in 20 elementary schools, six junior high schools, three comprehensive high schools,
an alternative high school, a preschool program and an independent contract
program grades 1-12. The district encompasses over 60 square miles and includes
the cities of Bothell, Kenmore and Woodinville as well as part of unincorporated King
County.
Revenues 2014-15
State
Federal
Taxes
Other
Total revenues
Financial Data
Expenditures 2014-15
Teaching & Teaching Support
Central Office & Administration
Custodial, Maintenance &
Grounds
Nutrition Services
Transportation
Utilities
All Other Support Services
Total expenditures
$140,333,814
$ 10,074,205
$ 47,853,047
$ 14,113,837
$212,374,903
66.1%
4.7%
22.5%
6.6%
$153,460,079
$ 21,545,432
$ 12,261,692
73.56%
10.33%
5.88%
$ 5,734,500
$ 7,252,200
$ 4,421,779
$ 3,952,878
$208,627,878
2.75%
3.48%
2.12%
1.89%
Average per pupil per day
Expenditure 2014-15
Board of Directors Goals
1.
2.
3.
4.
$58.22
Student achievement and success at grades Pre-Kindergarten-12 and beyond
High standards of performance
Fiscal stability to support student learning
Effective communications and community involvement
Board of Directors: Janet Quinn, president; Amy Cast, vice president; Kimberly
D’Angelo, Sandy Hayes and Dawn McCravey
Superintendent: Larry Francois
Communications Director: Leanna Albrecht Annual School Performance Report is published by the Northshore School District Communications
Department. This information is a requirement of our state’s legislature. The Northshore School District
supports this sharing of educational information with the community. If you have questions about district
policies or programs, or need this publication in an alternate format, please call the Communications
Office at 425.408.7670.
Published Fall 2015
Northshore School District prohibits discrimination on the basis of age, sex, marital status, genetic
information, sexual orientation including gender expression or identity, race, creed, religion, color,
national origin, honorably discharged veteran or military status, or the presence of any sensory, mental, or
physical disability or the use of a trained dog guide or service animal by a person with a disability, unless
based upon a bona fide occupational qualification, in all its employment procedures, training, programs
and activities and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. The
following employee has been designated to handle questions and complaints of alleged unlawful
discrimination: Doug Hale, Human Resources Director, 425.408.7601, 3330 Monte Villa Parkway, Bothell,
WA 98021.

Similar documents