County report card data released


State releases part 1

By Rachel Lloyd - rlloyd@aimmedianetwork.com



COLUMBUS – The Ohio Department of Education has released the first part of the 2014-15 state report card results, which show graduation rates, how well schools are helping struggling young readers and how well prepared graduates are for college.

The results for Darke County schools are as follows:

Greenville City

• K-3 Literacy Improvement (42.9 percent D)

– 44 kindergarten students were not on-track the previous year; 54.5 percent of those students improved to on-track in the first grade

-41 first-grade students were not on-track the previous year; 53.7 percent improved to on-track in second grade

-58 second-grade students were not on-track the previous year; 20.7 percent of those students improved to on-track in third grade

-69 third-grade students were not on-track in the 2014-15 school year; 49.3 percent of those students reached proficiency on the third-grade OAA (Ohio Achievement Assessment)

• Graduation rate (four-year 88.4 percent C; five-year 92.1 percent B)

Similar districts had a statewide average of 90.7 for the four-year rate and 92.8 percent for the five-year rate. The overall state average was 82.1 percent graduation in four years and 84.5 percent in five years.

• Prepared for success (2014 graduating class)

-ACT participation – 39 percent

-ACT remediation-free – 16.7 percent

-SAT participation – 0

-Honors diploma – 8.8 percent

-Industry-recognized credential – 7.6 percent

-Advanced Placement participation – 0

-AP exam score of 3 or better – 6.4 percent

-Dual enrollment credit – 12.4 percent

-International baccalaureate – 0

Ansonia Local

• K-3 Literacy Improvement (69.2 percent B)

-fewer than 10 kindergarten students were not on-track the previous year; students improved to on-track in first grade not calculated (NC) because there were fewer than 10 in group

-fewer than 10 first-grade students were not on-track the previous year

-fewer than 10 second-grade students were not on-track the previous year

-fewer than 10 third-grade students were not on-track the previous year

• Graduation rate (four-year 98.1 percent A; five-year 97.8 percent A)

Similar districts had a four-year graduation rate of 94.3 percent and a five-year graduation rate of 94.8 percent.

• Prepared for success (2014 graduating class)

-ACT participation – 42.3 percent

-ACT remediation-free – 19.2 percent

-SAT participation – 1.9 percent

-SAT remediation-free – 0

-Honors diploma – 21.2 percent

-Industry-recognized credential – 0

-Advanced Placement participation – 1.9 percent

-AP exam score of 3 or better – 0

-Dual enrollment credit – 0

-International baccalaureate – 0

Versailles Exempted Village

• K-3 Literacy Improvement (59.2 percent C)

-fewer than 10 kindergarten students were not on-track the previous year; students improved to on-track in first grade not calculated (NC) because there were fewer than 10 in group

-fewer than 10 first-grade students were not on-track the previous year

-fewer than 10 second-grade students were not on-track the previous year

-fewer than 10 third-grade students were not on-track the previous year

• Graduation rate (four-year 99 percent A; five-year 100 percent A)

Similar districts had a four-year graduation rate of 95.7 percent and a five-year graduation rate of 96.5 percent.

• Prepared for success (2014 graduating class)

-ACT participation – 75 percent

-ACT remediation-free – 48.1 percent

-SAT participation – 1 percent

-SAT remediation-free – 1 percent

-Honors diploma – 29.8 percent

-Industry-recognized credential – 5.8 percent

-Advanced Placement participation – 0

-AP exam score of 3 or better – 14.4 percent

-Dual enrollment credit – 21.2 percent

-International baccalaureate – 0

Arcanum-Butler Local

• K-3 Literacy Improvement (28.6 percent F)

-fewer than 10 kindergarten students were not on-track the previous year; students improved to on-track in first grade not calculated (NC) because there were fewer than 10 in group

-fewer than 10 first-grade students were not on-track the previous year

-fewer than 10 second-grade students were not on-track the previous year

-fewer than 10 third-grade students were not on-track the previous year

• Graduation rate (four-year 98.8 percent A; five-year 98.8 percent A)

Similar districts had a four-year rate of 93.5 percent and a five-year rate of 94.8 percent.

• Prepared for success (2014 graduating class)

-ACT participation – 53 percent

-ACT remediation-free – 20.5 percent

-SAT participation – 2.4 percent

-SAT remediation-free – 0

-Honors diploma – 9.6 percent

-Industry-recognized credential – 12.1 percent

-Advanced Placement participation – 1.2 percent

-AP exam score of 3 or better – 0

-Dual enrollment credit – 27.7 percent

-International baccalaureate – 0

Tri-Village Local

• K-3 Literacy Improvement (68.9 percent B)

– 30 kindergarten students were not on-track the previous year; 90 percent of those students improved to on-track in the first grade

-22 first-grade students were not on-track the previous year; 68.2 percent improved to on-track in second grade

-22 second-grade students were not on-track the previous year; 45.5 percent of those students improved to on-track in third grade

-16 third-grade students were not on-track in the 2014-15 school year; 62.5 percent of those students reached proficiency on the third-grade OAA (Ohio Achievement Assessment)

• Graduation rate (four-year 95.5 percent A; five-year 95.9 percent A)

Similar districts had a four-year rate of 92.4 percent and a five-year rate of 94.5 percent.

• Prepared for success (2014 graduating class)

-ACT participation – 34.1 percent

-ACT remediation-free – 9.1 percent

-SAT participation – 9.1 percent

-SAT remediation-free – 2.3 percent

-Honors diploma – 18.2 percent

-Industry-recognized credential – 9.1 percent

-Advanced Placement participation – 15.9 percent

-AP exam score of 3 or better – 0

-Dual enrollment credit – 29.6 percent

-International baccalaureate – 0

Franklin Monroe Local

• K-3 Literacy Improvement (NR)

• Graduation rate (four-year 98.5 percent A; five-year 100 percent A)

Similar districts had a four-year rate of 94.1 percent and a five-year rate of 93.9 percent.

• Prepared for success (2014 graduating class)

-ACT participation – 41.8 percent

-ACT remediation-free – 20.9 percent

-SAT participation – 3 percent

-SAT remediation-free – 1.5 percent

-Honors diploma – 1.5 percent

-Industry-recognized credential – 7.5 percent

-Advanced Placement participation – 1.5 percent

-AP exam score of 3 or better – 0

-Dual enrollment credit – 16.4 percent

-International baccalaureate – 0

Mississinawa Valley Local

• K-3 Literacy Improvement (41.3 percent D)

-fewer than 10 kindergarten students were not on-track the previous year; students improved to on-track in first grade not calculated (NC) because there were fewer than 10 in group

-fewer than 10 first-grade students were not on-track the previous year

-fewer than 10 second-grade students were not on-track the previous year

-fewer than 10 third-grade students were not on-track the previous year

• Graduation rate (four-year 94.4 percent A; five-year 89.8 percent B)

Similar districts had a four-year rate of 92.7 percent and a five-year rate of 93.5 percent.

• Prepared for success (2014 graduating class)

-ACT participation – 50 percent

-ACT remediation-free – 9.3 percent

-SAT participation – 1.9 percent

-SAT remediation-free – 0

-Honors diploma – 5.6 percent

-Industry-recognized credential – 0

-Advanced Placement participation – 0

-AP exam score of 3 or better – 0

-Dual enrollment credit – 29.6 percent

-International baccalaureate – 0

Bradford Exempted Village (Miami County)

• K-3 Literacy Improvement (46.9 percent D)

-fewer than 10 kindergarten students were not on-track the previous year; students improved to on-track in first grade not calculated (NC) because there were fewer than 10 in group

-fewer than 10 first-grade students were not on-track the previous year

-fewer than 10 second-grade students were not on-track the previous year

-fewer than 10 third-grade students were not on-track the previous year

• Graduation rate (four-year 93.9 percent A; five-year 94.9 percent A)

Similar districts had a four-year graduation rate of 92.8 percent and a five-year graduation rate of 93.1 percent.

• Prepared for success (2014 graduating class)

-ACT participation – 36.7 percent

-ACT remediation-free – 8.2 percent

-SAT participation – 0

-Honors diploma – 6.1 percent

-Industry-recognized credential – 24.5 percent

-Advanced Placement participation – 2 percent

-AP exam score of 3 or better – 2 percent

-Dual enrollment credit – 12.2 percent

-International baccalaureate – 0

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State releases part 1

By Rachel Lloyd

rlloyd@aimmedianetwork.com

Reach the writer at 937-569-4354 or on Twitter @RachelLloydGDA. Join the conversation at facebook.com/Advocate360 or visit our website at www.dailyadvocate.com.

Reach the writer at 937-569-4354 or on Twitter @RachelLloydGDA. Join the conversation at facebook.com/Advocate360 or visit our website at www.dailyadvocate.com.