2017-18 Report Card

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The following information is Natrona County School District annual report card.

Accountability

Elementary and Middle Schools

All Wyoming elementary and middle schools receive one of four School Performance Ratings: Exceeding Expectations, Meeting Expectations, Partially Meeting Expectations, or Not Meeting Expectations. Four indicators are used to inform the ratings: Achievement, Growth, Equity, and English Learner Progress (ELP). Different measures are used for each indicator:

  • Achievement is measured using the statewide assessment, the Wyoming Test of Proficiency and Progress (WY-TOPP).
  • Growth is measured by comparing how students did on WY-TOPP compared to how they did on prior statewide assessments.
  • Equity is measured by focusing heavily on the growth of the students who scored the lowest on prior statewide assessments.
  • English Learner Progress (ELP) is measured by how well students learning the English language improve on an assessment of English.

High Schools

All Wyoming high schools receive one of four School Performance Ratings: Exceeding Expectations, Meeting Expectations, Partially Meeting Expectations, or Not Meeting Expectations. Seven indicators are used to inform the ratings: Achievement, Growth, Equity, English Learner Progress (ELP), Extended Graduation Rate, Post-Secondary Readiness, and Grade Nine Credits. Different measures are used for each indicator:

  • Achievement is measured using the statewide assessment, the Wyoming Test of Proficiency and Progress (WY-TOPP).
  • Growth is measured by comparing how students did on WY-TOPP or ACT compared to how they did on prior statewide assessments.
  • Equity is measured by focusing heavily on the growth of the students who scored the lowest on prior statewide assessments.
  • English Learner Progress (ELP) is measured by how well students learning the English language improve on an assessment of English.
  • Extended Graduation Rate is measured by the last year’s graduation rate and the five-, six-, and seven-year graduates.
  • Post-Secondary Readiness (PSR) is measured by the percent of students that demonstrate readiness for college or career.
  • Grade Nine Credits is measured by the percent of last year’s freshman that earned one fourth the course credits needed to graduate.

More information on the Wyoming Department of Education State School Accountability website.

1. To access school reports listed below click on the following link: https://wyomingmeasuresup.com/

2. Select ‘Natrona County School District ‘ in the Select District section.

3. Select a school from the Select School section

Assessment Achievement Outcomes

For Assessment Achievement Outcomes (WY-TOPP and WY-ALT) click on the following link: https://wyomingmeasuresup.com/ (Follow directions listed above)

Select Assessments from on the top menu bar. Additional information disaggregated by each subgroup of students such as homeless status, child in foster care, student with a parent who is a member of the Armed Forces on active duty can be found on the ‘For More Information’ link at the bottom of the Assessment page.

Accountability/Academic Indicators

(Growth for elementary and middle schools and growth and graduation rates for high schools)

For School Accountability Reports click on the following link: https://wyomingmeasuresup.com/ (Follow directions listed above)

Select School Performance from on the top menu bar

English Learners

(number and percentage achieving proficiency)

For English Learners information click on the following link: https://wyomingmeasuresup.com/ (Follow directions listed above)

For the number of English Language Learners select Assessment. The number and the percentage achieving proficiency is on the bottom right hand side.

School Quality or Student Success Indicators

(Equity for elementary and middle schools and post-secondary readiness for high schools)

School Quality or Student Success Indicators are found on the School Accountability Reports. Click on the following link: https://wyomingmeasuresup.com/ (Follow directions listed above)

Select School Performance from on the top menu bar

Long-Term and Interim Goal Progress

Long-Term and Interim Goal Progress are found on the School Accountability Reports. Click on the following link: https://wyomingmeasuresup.com/ (Follow directions listed above)

Select School Performance from on the top menu bar

Participation Rate

(percentage of students assessed and not assessed)

For state assessment Participation Rates click on the following link: https://wyomingmeasuresup.com/ (Follow directions listed above)

Select Assessments from on the top menu bar

Office For Civil Rights Data

Since 1968, the U.S. Department of Education (ED) has conducted the Civil Rights Data Collection (CRDC) to collect data on key education and civil rights issues in our nation’s public schools. The CRDC is collected every two years and gathers a variety of information including: enrollment demographics, preschool, math and science courses, advanced placement, ACT & SAT, discipline, school expenditures and teacher experience. The CRDC is a longstanding and important aspect of the ED Office for Civil Rights (OCR) overall strategy for administering and enforcing the civil rights statutes for which it is responsible. Below are the instructions for accessing the most recent state-level CRDC reports on the Office for Civil Rights website.

School Reports on OCR Site:

  1. ocrdata.ed.gov
  2. Select ‘School and District Search’
  3. On the Find School(s) Tab, Type in the School Name (Full Name Not Required)
  4. Select the Year
  5. Select the State
  6. Select School Search link
  7. To access the report click on the school name.

Teacher Equity Data

For Teacher Equity Data click on the following link: https://wyomingmeasuresup.com/ (Follow directions listed above)

Select Teachers from on the top menu bar

Per-Pupil Expenditures

For Per-Pupil Expenditures click on the following link: https://wyomingmeasuresup.com/ (Follow directions listed above) Select Cost Per Student from on the top menu bar

WY-ALT Participation

For WY-ALT Participation click on the following link (The Alternate Assessment is for students with the most significant cognitive disabilities): https://wyomingmeasuresup.com/ (Follow directions listed above)

Select Assessments from on the top menu bar – scroll down on page.

Printed copies in other languages are available upon request by calling 307 253 5302 or emailing norman_cox@natronaschools.org.