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NWLSD Local Report Card Celebrations

The 2018-19 Local Report Card (LRC) for all Ohio districts and schools is scheduled to be released by the Ohio Department of Education (ODE) on Thursday, September 12th. For more information regarding NWLSD’s Report Card and data celebrations, contact Todd Bowling, NWLSD Superintendent at Tbowling@nwlsd.org


NWLSD’s 2018- 2019 Report Card 

2019 Guide to Understanding Ohio School Report Cards

 

Here are a few celebrations in the data for the Northwest Local School District (NWLSD):

  • NWLSD showed significant improvement in the overall percent of students scoring proficient or better in English Language Arts for grades 3 and 7 and on the High School Geometry End-of-Course Exam. 

  • Of the 23 achievement indicators reported on the LRC, NWLSD increased the percentage of students scoring proficient or higher on 11 of the measures.

  • NWLSD students scored above the state average for 6 of the Achievement indicators. 

  • The District  made considerable gains on the Gap Closing measure, moving from an overall component grade of C to B, with gains in both language arts and math. 

  • The district 4-year graduation rate improved from 88.7% to 92.7%, earning the district a grade of B. 

Specific highlights from the 2018-19 LRC for NWLSD schools are identified below:

Northwest High School

  • Improved 4-year Graduation Rate, graduating 93.4% of students on time, moving from a grade of B to an A

  • Improved from a grade of C to a B for all students, indicating that more than expected progress was made in English Language Arts and Math

  • Earned an A in Progress for Gifted students, indicating that these students made more than expected growth in English Language Arts and Math

  • Increased the percentage of students scoring proficient or higher on the Geometry End-of-Course Exam by 13.4 percentage points, scoring higher than the State average on this assessment

  • Exceeded the State goal on the Gap Closing measure for English Language Arts and Math for students who identify as Black or Hispanic

Colerain High School

  • Improved 4-year Graduation Rate, graduating 92.3% of students on time, moving from a grade of C to a B

  • Increased Performance Index by 7 points

  • Increased the percentage of students scoring proficient or higher on the Geometry End-of-Course Exam by 22 percentage points, scoring higher than the State average on this assessment

  • Exceeded the State target of 80% proficient for American History and American Government

  • Earned a B in Progress for Gifted students, indicating that these students made more than expected growth in English Language Arts and Math

  • Improved from a grade of an F to a C on the Progress measure for Students with Disabilities, indicating that these students made expected progress in Language Arts and Math

  • Exceeded the State goal on the Gap Closing measure for Language Arts and Math for students who identify as Black, Hispanic, Economically Disadvantaged, or English Learners


Colerain Middle School


  • Increased the percentage of students scoring proficient or higher on 3 of 3 English Language Arts and 4 of 4 Math Achievement Indicators

  • Increased Performance Index by nearly 4 points

  • Improved from an F to a B for Gap Closing

  • Made significant gains in English Language Arts and Math for Students with Disabilities on the Gap Closing measure


Pleasant Run Middle School


  • Exceeded the State English Language Arts goal for students identified as Black and Hispanic on the Gap Closing measure

  • Improved from a grade of D to a C on the Progress measure for Students with Disabilities, indicating that these students made expected progress in English Language Arts and Math

  • Decreased the percentage of students identified as chronically absent


White Oak Middle School


  • Increased the percent of students scoring proficient or higher in English Language Arts for all grade levels, with a nearly 11 percentage point increase in 7th grade

  • Made significant gains in English Language Arts and Math for students identified as Hispanic or English Learners on the Gap Closing measure

  • Improved from a grade of C to a B on the Progress measure for Students with Disabilities, indicating that these students made more than expected progress in English Language Arts and Math


Colerain Elementary School


  • Increased the percentage of students scoring proficient or higher on 6 of 8 Achievement Indicators, including gains of over 8 percentage points for English Language Arts and Math in Grades 3 and 5

  • Increased Performance Index by 7 points

  • Improved from a D to a B for Gap Closing, including significant improvements for Students with Disabilities in English Language Arts and Math


Monfort Heights Elementary School


  • Increased the percentage of Grade 3 students scoring proficient or higher by over 16 percentage points for English Language Arts and Math, meeting both State Indicators

  • Met the State Indicator for Grade 4 Math, increasing the percentage of students scoring proficient or higher by over 6 percentage points

  • Exceeded the State Goal for Gap Closing for English Learners on the OELPA measure, with 85% of students making expected or better than expected growth

  • Improved from a grade of D to a C on the Progress measure for students scoring in the Lowest 20% of Achievement in Ohio, indicating that these students made expected progress in English Language Arts and Math

Pleasant Run Elementary School


  • Earned a Component Grade of A for Progress, indicating that all students in grades 4 and 5 made more than expected progress in English Language Arts and Math

  • Improved from a grade of C to a B on the Progress measure for students identified as Gifted, indicating that these students made more than expected progress in English Language Arts and Math

  • Earned a Grade of A for Progress for Students with Disabilities and students scoring in the Lowest 20% of Achievement in Ohio, indicating that these students made more than expected progress in English Language Arts and Math

  • Increased the Performance Index for Economically Disadvantaged students by over 8 points on the Gap Closing Measure for English Language Arts


Struble Elementary School


  • Increased the percentage of Grade 3 students scoring proficient or higher by nearly 15 percentage points for English Language Arts, exceeding the State target of 80% proficient

  • Exceeded the State target of 80% proficient for Grade 4 Math

  • Earned a Component Grade of B for Progress, indicating that students in grades 4 and 5 made more than expected progress in Language Arts and Math

  • Earned a Grade of A for Progress for Students with Disabilities, indicating that these students made more than expected progress in Language Arts and Math


Taylor Elementary School


  • Increased the percentage of Grade 3 students scoring proficient or higher by nearly 19 percentage points for English Language Arts

  • Improved from an F to a B for Gap Closing, including significant improvements for Students with Disabilities in English Language Arts and Economically Disadvantaged students in English Language Arts and Math

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