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The school and district At-A-Glance Profiles replace the report card summary that we produced prior to 2017-18. The Academic Success section for elementary and middle school profiles includes English Language Arts (ELA), Mathematics, and Science assessment results.
The 2018-19 At-A-Glance profiles were published on October 17, 2019 with ELA and Mathematics results in the Academic Success section, but without Science results, as there was a delayed timeline for Science.
The Oregon Department of Education conducted standard setting for our new NGSS science assessment in late August of 2019. Though ODE made substantial efforts, we were unable to recruit a diverse teacher pool to review the items and validate Achievement Level Descriptors (ALDs), as our teachers who attended the standard setting meetings were almost all white. We set up five affinity group reviews through the fall of 2019 and into the winter of 2020 in order to ensure that our process and determinations were understandable and acceptable to our educators and communities of color. We received resounding support and presented the final cut scores and ALDs thereafter to our State Board. The board approved them on February 20, 2020.
ODE provided a validation window for school districts of their Science 2018-2019 results in June 2020. The validation displayed aggregated results, along with student level detail, for districts to validate and preview what the reports will look like.
The public assessment group reports show the performance on statewide assessments in English Language Arts (ELA), Mathematics, and Science for all students regardless of Full Academic Year status; the science reports for 2018-19 were posted on June 29, 2020.
This report displays the 2018-19 Science performance results as they would have appeared on the 2018-19 school At-A-Glance reports. We have also included the Oregon state average for comparison to the school’s results. Note that the state average shown is the state percentage for the grades served by the school. For example, for a school serving grades K-8, the state average would be the state average for grades 5 and 8.
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