Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Seattle Public School Releases School Performance Results

Seattle Public Schools released some specific data from the 2009-2010 school year that includes statistics on state reading, writing and math tests, student and staff environment and engagement information and family satisfaction with school.
There is also a narrative at the end of the report where each principal documents the steps it’s taking to ensure every student is achieving. The reports also show how schools compare to neighboring schools simultaneously on a variety of factors. 

Here is specific information for Laurelhurst Elementary School with the detailed report here.  And here is the District Wide Scorecard.

Here is where you can select an individual schools to see it's specific school performance levels compared to the rest of the district.

You can see an overview of school rankings and how they rank against eachother here.

There will be a Regional town hall style meeting to discuss the School Reports on November 29th for the North East Schools at 7pm at Roosevelt High School. District leaders, principals as well as the Executive Director for Regional Schools and the PTS of Seattle, will be on hand to answer questions.

(photo courtesy of SPS website)

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