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2011 School Corporation Annual Performance Report

Medora Community School Corp., Medora 3640

First no., 08-09, second no., 09-10, third no., 10-11, fourth no. 11-12, fifth no., State Totals

Student Enrollment, 285, 261, 274, 242, 1,040,617

Total Expenditure Per Pupil Three-Year Average, $10,500, $10,900, $11,000, 0, $11,300

Percent Academic Achievement Expenditures, 49, 48, 0, 0, 50

Percent Instructional Support Expenditures, 6, 5, 0, 0, 9

Percent Overhead and Operational Expenditures, 31, 34, 0, 0, 23

Percent Nonoperating Expenditures, 14, 13, 0, 0, 18

Teacher Salary Range, Minimum, $31,701, $32,293, $32,892, 0, $24,043

Teacher Salary Range, Maximum, $54,239, $54,239, $54,239, 0, $86,241

Percent of Students in Special Education, 23, 16.3, 11.5, 0, 16.3

Percents of Students in Gifted and Talented Education, 26, 27, 21, 0, 15

Percent of Inst. Delivered Through Vocational Education, 4.2, 4.6, 4.4, 0, 5

Percent of Students Receiving Free Lunches/Textbooks, 61, 56, 55, 0, 49

Percent Limited English Proficiency Students, 0, 0, 0, 0, 4.8

Total ISTEP+ Remediation Funding, $6,001, $4,093, $1,079, 0, 0

Intra District Mobility, 0, 0, 0, 0, 2

Inter District Mobility, 18, 16.1, 15.9, 0, 3.9

Corporation Goals for Expenditure Categories in Indiana Code 20-42.5-3-5

Medora Elementary School, Medora 3095

First no., 08-09, second no., 09-10, third no., 10-11, fourth no. 11-12, fifth no., State Totals

Student Enrollment, 161, 149, 151, 128, 0

Grade 3 Percent Passing ISTEP+ Math Standard, 62, 94, 86, 0, 78

Grade 3 Percent Passing ISTEP+ Lang. Arts Standard, 57, 69, 77, 0, 82

Grade 4 Percent Passing ISTEP+ Math Standard, 67, 79, 80, 0, 77

Grade 4 Percent Passing ISTEP+ Lang. Arts Standard, 58, 50, 60, 0,80

Grade 4 Percent Passing ISTEP+ Science Standard*, 80, 63, 67, 0, 75

Grade 5 Percent Passing ISTEP+ Math Standard, 93, 96, 100, 0, 85

Grade 5 Percent Passing ISTEP+ Lang. Arts Standard, 77, 65, 74, 0, 74

Grade 6 Percent Passing ISTEP+ Math Standard, 95, 100, 100, 0, 79

Grade 6 Percent Passing ISTEP+ Lang. Arts Standard, 57, 78, 64, 0, 74

Grade 6 Percent Passing ISTEP+ Science Standard*, 0, 70, 59, 61

Average Class Size , 20, 16, 0, 0, 27

Attendance Rate, 94.9, 95.1, 94.6, 0, 95.9

No. of Students with More Than 10 Unexcused Days Absent, 8, 5, 6, 0,0

Number of Students Suspended, 1, 2, 7, 0, 0

Number of Students Expelled, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0

Number of Expulsions and Suspensions Involving Drugs, Weapons, or Alcohol, 0, 0, 1, 0, 0

*Science testing changed grade level in Spring on 2008/2009 school year

Medora Jr. & Sr. High School, Medora 3093

First no., 08-09, second no., 09-10, third no., 10-11, fourth no. 11-12, fifth no., State Totals

Student Enrollment, 124, 112, 123, 114

Grade 6 Percent Passing ISTEP+ Science Standard*, 65, 0, 0, 0, 61

Grade 7 Percent Passing ISTEP+ Math Standard, 65, 77, 63, 0, 73

Grade 7 Percent Passing ISTEP+ Lang. Arts Standard, 50, 59, 71, 0, 75

Grade 8 Percent Passing ISTEP+ Math Standard, 83, 57, 56, 0, 75

Grade 8 Percent Passing ISTEP+ Lang. Arts Standard, 61, 52, 48, 0, 71

Percent of 8th Graders Enrolled in Alegbra I, 0, 0, 100, 0, 26.2

10th Grade Cohort Percent Passing ECA Math Standard, 31, 50, 65, 0, 82

10th Grade Cohort Percent Passing ECA Lan Arts Standard, 44, 42, 72, 0, 72

10th Grade Cohort Percent Passing both ECA Standards, 31, 33, 59, 0, 68

Percent of graduates who have passed Indiana’s ECA, 75, 93, 73, 0, 91

Percent of graduates granted waivers for the ECA, 25, 7, 27, 0, 9

SAT Average Score, 1,005, 897, 856, 0, 999

Percent of 12th Graders Taking SAT, 23, 40, 33, 0, 56

Percent Academic Honors Diplomas, 13, 13, 0, 0, 29

Percent Core 40 Diplomas, 17, 40, 20, 0, 79

Number of International Baccalaureate Diplomas, 0, 0, 0, 0, 165

Percent of Graduates Pursuing College Education, 42, 27, 53, 0, 79

Graduation Rate, 67.6, 70, 78.9, 0, 85.7

Attendance Rate, 95.1, 94.8, 94.2, 0, 95.9

No. of Students with More Than 10 Unexcused Days Absent, 3, 4, 8, 0, 0

Number of Students Retained in 9th Grade, 0, 1, 1, 0, 0

Number of Students who have Dropped Out, 1, 0, 0, 0, 0

Number of Students Suspended, 32, 26, 23, 0, 0

Number of Students Expelled, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0

Number of Expulsions and Suspensions Involving Drugs, Weapons, or Alcohol, 2, 0, 0, 0, 0

*Science testing changed grade level in Spring on 2008/2009 school year

General Explanations

This is a report on the performance of schools and school corporations (districts) in your area. The goal is to give you information to tell you what progress schools are making to help students learn more. There are additional indicators that are available to you on the Indiana Department of Education’s Web site (www.doe.in.gov/data), including data broken out by different student subgroups, such as race, gender, income level and special education.

The data in this report have been supplied by the Indiana Department of Education and local school corporations. The report provides the most recent data available.

Indiana educators and citizens have developed higher academic standards for all students. These standards are necessary to prepare Indiana students to be successful in life, whether they go directly to higher education or to the workplace. The scores for ISTEP+ are listed under each school to reflect student progress toward those standards. For high schools, you also will see graduation rates and the percentage of graduates who plan to go on to college.

Other important information is provided, such as average attendance rates and indicators of school safety, including expulsions and suspensions. Also included is information about your school corporation, such as how much is spent, on average, for each student; how much teachers are paid; and the percentage of corporation students who are in special education classes or gifted and talented classes.

The financial expenditure classifications have been changed for this report. Although corresponding changes have been made to 2008-2009 date to support comparisons, the 2009-2010 data may be the more appropriate baseline moving forward.

If you have any questions about this information, you should contact your local school corporation or contact the Department of Education by e-mail at apr@doe.in.gov.

Explanation of School Corporation (District) Data (see chart I)

The following indicators show you the performance of your school corporation. Where possible, you will see three years of data so you can see the trends — not just this year’s results. For many indicators, you can see how your school corporation’s data compare to the state average.

A - Number of students enrolled in the corporation or school.

B - How much the school corporation is spending, on average, for each student.

C - Percentage of total spending for Academic Achievement. (data not yet available for 10-11)

D - Percentage of total spending for Instructural Support. (data not yet available for 10-11)

E - Percentage of total spending for Overhead and Operational. (data not yet available for 10-11)

F - Percentage of total spending for Nonoperating. (data not yet available for 10-11)

G - Minimum teacher salary paid by the school corporation.

H - Maximum teacher salary paid by the school corporation.

I - The percentage of students (including non-public students) who are receiving special education services.

J - The percentage of students in the school corporation who are enrolled in gifted and talented education.

K - Percentage of total instructional hours delivered through vocational education classes.

L - The percentage of students who receive free or reduced-price lunches or free textbooks because of their family income level.

M - Students whose inability to speak and understand English prevents them from participating fully in a standard educational program.

N - The number of dollars the school corporation receives for remedial programs through a state ISTEP+ formula.

O - The percentage of students who moved from one school to another in the same school corporation.

P - The percentage of students who moved from one school to another in a different school corporation.

Explanation of School Data (see chart II)

The following indicators show you the performance, particularly the academic performance, of the individual schools in each school corporation in your area. Many of the indicators came from the ISTEP+. Where possible, you will see three years of data so you can see the trends — not just this year’s results. For many indicators, you can see how a school’s data compare to the state average.

1 - The percentage of 10th graders who passed the Algebra I End of Course Assessment (ECA) by the end of Grade 10.

2 - The percentage of 10th graders who passed the English 10 ECA by end end of Grade 10.

3. The percentage of 10th graders who passed both ECAs by the end of Grade 10.

4 - The “percent of graduates who have passed Indiana’s GQE” are students who completed all courses, passed English and math tests, and were granted diplomas. The “percent of graduates granted waivers for the GQE” are students who completed all courses and were granted diplomas, but did not pass English or math tests and received a waiver from their school. The GQE is replaced by ECAs for the class of 2012.

5 - The percentage of 11th and 12th graders who took the Advanced Placement examinations.

6 - The percentage of Advanced Placement examinations with a score of at least 3 (on a 5 point scale).

7 - The average score high school seniors received on the SAT. The highest possible score is 1600.

8 - The percentage of high school seniors who took the SAT.

9 - The percentage of high school seniors who received Academic Honors Diplomas when they graduated.

10 - The percentage of high school seniors who received diplomas indicating they had completed Core 40 requirements, but did not complete academic honors.

11 - The number of students who received International Baccalaureate Diplomas when they graduated.

12 - The percentage of high school graduates who say they plan to pursue a college education.

13 - The published graduation rate is the percentage of students who entered Grade 9 in fall 2006 and graduated in four years or less.

14 - The average attendance rate for students in the school.

15 - Number of students with more than 10 unexcused days absent.

16 - The number of students retained in grade 9.

17 - The number of students who dropped out of school.

18 - The number of students suspended out-of-school during the school year.

19 - The number of students expelled during the school year.

20 - The number of out-of-school explusions and suspensions made for offenses that involved drugs, weapons, or alcohol.

21 - The percentage of 6th graders who passed the mathematics portion of the ISTEP+.

22 - The percentage of 6th graders who passed the English/language arts portion of the ISTEP+.

23 - The percentage of 7th graders who passed the mathematics portion of the ISTEP+.

24 - The percentage of 7th graders who passed the English/language arts portion of the ISTEP+.

25 - The percentage of 6th/7th graders who passed the science portion of the ISTEP+.

26 - The percentage of 8th graders who passed the mathematics portion of the ISTEP+.

27 - The percentage of 8th graders who passed the English/language arts portion of the ISTEP+.

28 - The percentage of 8th graders taking Algebra 1.

29 - The percentage of 3rd graders who passed the mathematics portion of the ISTEP+.

30 - The percentage of 3rd graders who passed the English/language arts portion of the ISTEP+.

31 - The percentage of 4th graders who passed the mathematics portion of the ISTEP+.

32 - The percentage of 4th graders who passed the English/language arts portion of the ISTEP+.

33 - The percentage of 5th graders who passed the mathematics portion of the ISTEP+.

34 - The percentage of 5th graders who passed the English/language arts portion of the ISTEP+.

35 - The percentage of 4th/5th graders who passed the science portion of the ISTEP+.

36 - The average class size - number of students per teacher - at this elementary school.

Teacher salary information is based on actual salaries reported to the Department of Education on the Certified Employee Report. Current salary ranges were not available to the Department of Education to use in this report.

In 2009-2010, Indiana changed to spring testing in Grades 3-8, and grade levels for science and social studies testing changed. Beginning in 2009-2010, high school test results are based on Core 40 End of Course Assessments in English 10 and Algebra I. High school results for prior years are based on Grade 10 Graduation Qualifying Examination.

More complete expenditure data are available at http://www.in.gov/omb/2567.htm.

The Board of School Trustees of Medora Community School Corporation, Jackson County, desires to comply with IC20-42.5-3-4 and IC 20-42.5-3-6. The goal for The Medora Community School Corporation for the 2012 budget year is to shift .5% of overhead and operational expenditures to Academic Achievement expenditures and .5% of Nonoperating expenditures to instructional support expenditures.

Darrell Persinger, President

Dennis Wayman, Vice-President

Joseph Campbell, Secretary

Teresa Brewer

Larry Osborn

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