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The New York State Report Card 2011–12

The New York State Report Card

2011–12

District

DISTRICT District ID 58-06-02-04-0000 Superintendent NANCY CARNEY Telephone (631) 369-6717 Grades PK-12, UE, US Need/Resource Capacity Category Average Need Districts

RIVERHEAD CENTRAL SCHOOL

The New York State Report Card is an important part of the Board of Regents’ effort to raise learning standards for all students. It provides information to the public on school/district enrollment and staff, student performance, and other measures of school and district performance. Knowledge gained from the report card on a school’s or district’s strengths and weaknesses can be used to improve instruction and services to students.

State assessments are designed to help ensure that all students reach high learning standards. They show whether students are getting the knowledge and skills they need to succeed at the elementary, middle, and commencement levels and beyond. The State requires that students who are not making appropriate progress toward the standards receive academic supports.

For more information:

Office of Information and Reporting Services New York State Education Department Room 863 EBA Albany, NY 12234 Email: dataquest@mail.nysed.gov

This report includes:

1 Profile

This section shows comprehensive data relevant to this school’s or district’s learning environment, including information about enrollment, attendance and suspensions, and staff.

2 Student Performance

This section shows student performance on standardized assessments at the elementary, middle, and commencement levels.

3 Student Outcomes

This section shows outcomes for graduates and non- completers, including post- graduation plans of completers.

1

Profile

 

District RIVERHEAD CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT

 

District ID 58-06-02-04-0000

Enrollment

 

Enrollment Information

Enrollment counts are as of Basic Educational Data System (BEDS) day, which is typically the first Wednesday of October of the school year. Students who attend BOCES programs on a part-time basis are included in a school’s and district's enrollment. Students who attend BOCES on a full-time basis or who are placed full time by the district in an out-of-district placement are not included in a school’s or district's enrollment. The state public enrollment includes public school districts, charter schools, and NYSED-operated

programs. Students classified by districts as

2009–10

2010–11

2011–12

Pre-K

256

256

271

Kindergarten

417

422

432

Grade 1

363

416

431

Grade 2

410

368

414

Grade 3

365

406

365

Grade 4

346

367

411

Grade 5

335

345

369

Grade 6

349

344

335

Ungraded Elementary

0

0

9

"pre-first" are included in first grade counts. Kindergarten and Pre-K counts include half- and full-day students.

Grade 7

345

356

357

Grade 8

354

349

355

Grade 9

468

470

423

 

Grade 10

389

372

381

Grade 11

315

336

308

Grade 12

360

347

391

Ungraded Secondary

0

0

29

Total K–12

4816

4898

5010

Average Class Size

 

Average Class Size Information

 

2009–10

2010–11

2011–12

Average Class Size is the total registration in specified classes divided by the number of those classes with registration. Common Branch refers to self-contained classes in Grades 1–6.

Common Branch

22

23

25

Grade 8

English

26

30

28

Mathematics

27

25

29

 

Science

23

21

23

Social Studies

27

24

26

Grade 10

English

23

26

25

Mathematics

25

26

23

Science

18

26

15

Social Studies

20

23

24

1 Profile District RIVERHEAD CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT District ID 58-06-02-04-0000 Demographic Factors Demographic
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Profile
District RIVERHEAD CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT
District ID 58-06-02-04-0000
Demographic Factors
Demographic Factors
Information
2009–10
2010–11
2011–12
#
%
#
%
#
%
1432
30%
1833
37%
2021
40%
Eligible for Free Lunch
409
8%
336
7%
357
7%
Reduced Price Lunch
Eligible for Free Lunch and Reduced-Price
Lunch percentages are determined by
dividing the number of approved lunch
applicants by the Basic Educational Data
System (BEDS) enrollment in full-day
Kindergarten through Grade 12.
503
10%
541
11%
596
12%
Limited English Proficient
Racial/Ethnic Origin
22
0%
23
0%
27
1%
American Indian or Alaska Native
987
20%
974
20%
907
18%
Black or African American
1036
22%
1193
24%
1384
28%
Hispanic or Latino
49
1%
63
1%
70
1%
Asian or Native Hawaiian/Other
Pacific Islander
2705
56%
2620
53%
2585
52%
White
17
0%
25
1%
37
1%
Multiracial
Attendance and Suspensions
Attendance and
Suspensions Information
2008–09
2009–10
2010–11
#
%
#
%
#
%
94%
93%
94%
Annual Attendance Rate
227
5%
254
5%
243
5%
Student Suspensions
Annual Attendance Rate is determined by
dividing the school’s (or district's) total actual
attendance by the total possible attendance
for a school year. A school’s (or district's)
actual attendance is the sum of the number
of students in attendance on each day the
school (or district's schools) was open during
the school year. Possible attendance is the
sum of the number of enrolled students who
should have been in attendance on each day
the school (or schools) was open during the
school year. The state’s Annual Attendance
Rate is a weighted average of all district-
level attendance rates.
Student Suspension rate is determined by
dividing the number of students who were
suspended from school (not including in-
school suspensions) for one full day or
longer anytime during the school year by the
Basic Educational Data System (BEDS) day
enrollments for that school year. A student is
counted only once, regardless of whether
the student was suspended one or more
times during the school year.

1

Profile

 

District RIVERHEAD CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT

 

District ID 58-06-02-04-0000

Teacher Qualifications

 

Teacher Qualifications Information

 

2009–10

2010–11

2011–12

The Percent Teaching Out of Certification for public schools is the percent doing so on more than an incidental basis; that is, the percent teaching for more than five periods per week outside certification.

Total Number of Teachers

355

355

339

Percent with No Valid Teaching Certificate

1%

0%

0%

Percent Teaching Out of Certification

1%

1%

0%

Core Classes are primarily K–6 common branch, English, mathematics, science, social studies, art, music, and foreign languages. To be Highly

Qualified, a teacher must have at least a Bachelor’s degree, be certified to teach in the subject area or otherwise in accordance with state standards, and show subject matter competency. In public schools, a teacher who taught one class outside of the certification area(s) is counted as Highly Qualified provided that 1) the teacher had been determined by the school or district through the HOUSSE process or other state-accepted methods to have demonstrated acceptable subject knowledge and teaching skills and 2) the class in question was not the sole assignment reported. Credit for incidental teaching does not extend beyond a single

assignment.

Independent of Highly Qualified

Percent with Fewer than Three Years of Experience

2%

3%

1%

Percentage with Master’s Degree Plus 30 Hours or Doctorate

72%

74%

78%

Total Number of Core Classes

906

860

871

Percent Not Taught by Highly Qualified Teachers in This School*

N/A

N/A

N/A

Percent Not Taught by Highly Qualified Teachers in This District**

0%

1%

0%

Percent Not Taught by Highly Qualified Teachers in High-Poverty Schools Statewide

6%

5%

7%

 

1%

0%

1%

Percent Not Taught by Highly Qualified Teachers in Low-Poverty Schools Statewide

 

Total Number of Classes

1181

1131

1142

Teacher status, any assignment for which a teacher did not hold a valid certificate still registers as teaching out of certification.

Percent Taught by Teachers Without Appropriate Certification

1%

1%

0%

*Not available at the district or statewide level. **Not available for charter schools or at the statewide level.

 

In charter schools, a teacher is counted as Highly Qualified if the teacher has at least a Bachelor’s degree, is certified to teach, and shows subject matter competency. Enabling legislation considers charter school teachers to be certified if they hold any valid teaching certificate. Enabling legislation also permits up to 30 percent (with a maximum of five) of charter school teachers to be without certification and to be considered Highly Qualified if they meet all remaining criteria.

High-poverty and low-poverty schools are those schools in the upper and lower quartiles, respectively, for percentage of students eligible for a free or reduced-price lunch.

Teacher Turnover Rate Information

Teacher Turnover Rate

 

2008–09

2009–10

2010–11

Turnover Rate of Teachers with Fewer than Five Years of Experience

41%

13%

33%

Turnover Rate of All Teachers

19%

14%

15%

Staff Counts

2009–10

2010–11

2011–12

 

Total Other Professional Staff

52

46

49

Teacher Turnover Rate for a specified school

Total Paraprofessionals*

111

113

104

year is the number of teachers in that school

year who were not teaching in the following school year divided by the number of teachers in

Assistant Principals

8

8

7

Principals

7

7

7

the specified school year, expressed as a percentage.

 

*Not available at the school level.

 

Staff Counts Information

 

Other Professionals includes administrators, guidance counselors, school nurses, psychologists, and other professionals who devote more than half of their time to non- teaching duties.

2

Student Performance

District RIVERHEAD CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT

District ID 58-06-02-04-0000

This section contains annual assessment data for students at the elementary, middle, and commencement levels as well as the performance of secondary-level cohorts on standardized achievement assessments.

New York State Testing Program (NYSTP) Assessments

The New York State Testing Program assessments are administered in English language arts (ELA) and mathematics in grades 3 through 8. The Performance Level Descriptors for these assessments are provided below:

English Language Arts

Level 1: Below Standard

Student performance does not demonstrate an understanding of the English language arts knowledge and skills expected at this grade level.

Level 2: Meets Basic Standard

Student performance demonstrates a partial understanding of the English language arts knowledge and skills expected at this grade level.

Level 3: Meets Proficiency Standard

Student performance demonstrates an understanding of the English language arts knowledge and skills expected at this grade level.

Level 4: Exceeds Proficiency Standard

Student performance demonstrates a thorough understanding of the English language arts knowledge and skills expected at this grade level.

Mathematics

Level 1: Below Standard

Student performance does not demonstrate an understanding of the mathematics content expected at this grade level.

Level 2: Meets Basic Standard

Student performance demonstrates a partial understanding of the mathematics content expected at this grade level.

Level 3: Meets Proficiency Standard

Student performance demonstrates an understanding of the mathematics content expected at this grade level.

Level 4: Exceeds Proficiency Standard

Student performance demonstrates a thorough understanding of the mathematics content expected at this grade level.

New York State Alternate Assessment (NYSAA)

The New York State Alternate Assessments are administered in English language arts (ELA) and mathematics to ungraded students with severe cognitive disabilities whose ages are equivalent to graded students in grades 3 through 8 and secondary level. They are administered in science to students with disabilities age equivalent to graded students in grades 4,

8, and secondary level. And they are administered in social studies at the secondary level only.

New York State English as a Second Language Achievement Tests (NYSESLAT)

The New York State English as a Second Language Achievement Tests are administered in grades K through 12 to limited English proficient students.

Secondary-Level Cohorts

A secondary-level cohort consists of all students who first entered grade 9 anywhere or, in the case of ungraded students

with disabilities, reached their seventeenth birthday in a particular year. The 2008 cohort consists of all students who first entered grade 9 anywhere or, in the case of ungraded students with disabilities, reached their seventeenth birthday between

July 1, 2008 and June 30, 2009. The 2007 cohort consists of all students who first entered grade 9 anywhere or, in the case of ungraded students with disabilities, reached their seventeenth birthday between July 1, 2007 and June 30, 2008. For more detailed information on cohort definitions, see Secondary-Level Cohort Definitions at http://www.p12.nysed.gov/irs/sirs/.

2

Student Performance

District RIVERHEAD CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT

District ID 58-06-02-04-0000

Results in Grade 3 English Language Arts

This District

NY State Public

Percentage scoring at level(s):

Percentage scoring at level(s):

2-4 3-4 4 2-4 3-4 4 2012 Mean Score: 660 *Range: 644–780 663–780 694–780
2-4
3-4
4
2-4
3-4
4
2012
Mean Score: 660
*Range:
644–780
663–780
694–780
2011 Mean Score: 662 2011–12 2010–11
2011 Mean Score: 662
2011–12
2010–11

100%

86% 87% 82% 87% 56% 56% 48% 55% 7% 3% 5% 1%
86% 87%
82% 87%
56% 56%
48% 55%
7%
3%
5%
1%
Number of Tested Students: 299 349 175 221 10 5
Number of Tested Students:
299 349
175 221
10
5

Results by Student Group

2011–12 School Year

2010–11 School Year

 

Total

Percentage scoring at level(s):

Total

Percentage scoring at level(s):

Tested

2–4

3–4

4

Tested

2–4

3–4

4

All Students

365

82%

48%

3%

403

87%

55%

1%

Female

192

84%

51%

4%

213

90%

62%

2%

Male

173

79%

45%

2%

190

83%

46%

1%

American Indian or Alaska Native

2

   

Black or African American

54

63%

13%

0%

86

76%

35%

1%

Hispanic or Latino

91

63%

33%

0%

105

79%

40%

1%

Asian or Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander

6

6

White

210

96%

64%

4%

205

95%

71%

1%

Multiracial

2

1

Small Group Totals

10

70%

30%

10%

7

100%

57%

0%

General-Education Students

328

87%

52%

3%

350

94%

61%

1%

Students with Disabilities

37

35%

8%

0%

53

36%

11%

0%

English Proficient

316

89%

54%

3%

352

90%

61%

1%

Limited English Proficient

49

39%

8%

0%

51

61%

12%

0%

Economically Disadvantaged

145

65%

23%

1%

179

75%

35%

0%

Not Disadvantaged

220

93%

65%

4%

224

96%

71%

2%

Migrant

8

50%

25%

0%

6

83%

17%

0%

Not Migrant

357

83%

48%

3%

397

87%

55%

1%

NOTES

The – symbol indicates that data for a group of students have been suppressed. If a group has fewer than five students, data for that group and the next smallest group(s) are suppressed to protect the privacy of individual students. * These ranges are for 2011–12 data only. Ranges for 2010–11 data are available in the 2010–11 Accountability and Overview Reports.

Other

2011–12 School Year

2010–11 School Year

Assessments

Total

Number scoring at level(s):

Total

Number scoring at level(s):

Tested

2–4

3–4

4

Tested

2–4

3–4

4

New York State Alternate Assessment (NYSAA): Grade 3 Equivalent

2

2

New York State English as a Second Language Achievement Test (NYSESLAT)†: Grade 3

2

N/A

N/A

N/A

5

N/A

N/A

N/A

 

Total

 

Total

 

Recently Arrived LEP Students NOT Tested on the ELA NYSTP: Grade 3

2

N/A

N/A

N/A

5

N/A

N/A

N/A

† These counts represent recently arrived LEP students who used the NYSESLAT to fulfill the English language arts participation requirement.

2

Student Performance

District RIVERHEAD CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT

District ID 58-06-02-04-0000

Results in Grade 3 Mathematics

This District

NY State Public

Percentage scoring at level(s):

Percentage scoring at level(s):

2-4 3-4 4 2-4 3-4 4 2012 Mean Score: 687 *Range: 662–770 684–770 707–770
2-4
3-4
4
2-4
3-4
4
2012
Mean Score: 687
*Range:
662–770
684–770
707–770
2011 Mean Score: 685 2011–12 2010–11
2011 Mean Score: 685
2011–12
2010–11

100%

89% 89% 91% 91% 62% 61% 61% 60% 12% 8% 13% 13%
89% 89%
91% 91%
62% 61%
61% 60%
12% 8%
13% 13%
Number of Tested Students: 326 364 226 247 43 34
Number of Tested Students:
326 364
226 247
43
34

Results by Student Group

2011–12 School Year

2010–11 School Year

 

Total

Percentage scoring at level(s):

Total

Percentage scoring at level(s):

Tested

2–4

3–4

4

Tested

2–4

3–4

4

All Students

366

89%

62%

12%

407

89%

61%

8%

Female

194

89%

61%

13%

215

89%

62%

9%

Male

172

90%

63%

10%

192

90%

59%

8%

American Indian or Alaska Native

2

   

Black or African American

54

78%

41%

6%

86

86%

34%

2%

Hispanic or Latino

92

79%

46%

3%

108

79%

46%

2%

Asian or Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander

6

7

White

210

98%

75%

17%

205

97%

79%

14%

Multiracial

2

1

Small Group Totals

10

60%

40%

10%

8

88%

75%

13%

General-Education Students

329

93%

67%

13%

354

95%

68%

10%

Students with Disabilities

37

51%

16%

3%

53

55%

11%

0%

English Proficient

315

93%

69%

14%

351

94%

66%

10%

Limited English Proficient

51

67%

20%

0%

56

63%

25%

0%

Economically Disadvantaged

145

80%

45%

5%

181

82%

39%

2%

Not Disadvantaged

221

95%

73%

16%

226

96%

78%

14%

Migrant

9

67%

22%

11%

7

71%

29%

0%

Not Migrant

357

90%

63%

12%

400

90%

61%

9%

NOTES

The – symbol indicates that data for a group of students have been suppressed. If a group has fewer than five students, data for that group and the next smallest group(s) are suppressed to protect the privacy of individual students. * These ranges are for 2011–12 data only. Ranges for 2010–11 data are available in the 2010–11 Accountability and Overview Reports.

Other

2011–12 School Year

2010–11 School Year

Assessments

Total

Number scoring at level(s):

Total

Number scoring at level(s):

Tested

2–4

3–4

4

Tested

2–4

3–4

4

New York State Alternate Assessment (NYSAA): Grade 3 Equivalent

2

2

2

Student Performance

District RIVERHEAD CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT

District ID 58-06-02-04-0000

Results in Grade 4 English Language Arts

This District

NY State Public

Percentage scoring at level(s):

Percentage scoring at level(s):

2-4 3-4 4 2-4 3-4 4 2012 Mean Score: 672 *Range: 637–775 671–775 722–775
2-4
3-4
4
2-4
3-4
4
2012
Mean Score: 672
*Range:
637–775
671–775
722–775
2011 Mean Score: 671 2011–12 2010–11
2011 Mean Score: 671
2011–12
2010–11

100%

91% 92% 86% 92% 59% 56% 59% 57% 4% 5% 1% 2%
91% 92%
86% 92%
59% 56%
59% 57%
4%
5%
1%
2%
Number of Tested Students: 347 339 238 208 17 5
Number of Tested Students:
347 339
238 208
17
5

Results by Student Group

2011–12 School Year

2010–11 School Year

 

Total

Percentage scoring at level(s):

Total

Percentage scoring at level(s):

Tested

2–4

3–4

4

Tested

2–4

3–4

4

All Students

403

86%

59%

4%

370

92%

56%

1%

Female

217

91%

67%

5%

183

94%

61%

1%

Male

186

80%

50%

4%

187

89%

52%

2%

American Indian or Alaska Native

 

2

Black or African American

84

75%

42%

0%

67

82%

31%

0%

Hispanic or Latino

108

76%

41%

0%

95

88%

45%

0%

Asian or Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander

7

86%

71%

0%

5

White

199

96%

77%

9%

199

96%

69%

3%

Multiracial

5

80%

20%

0%

2

Small Group Totals

 

9

100%

78%

0%

General-Education Students

349

93%

66%

5%

340

97%

61%

1%

Students with Disabilities

54

39%

11%

2%

30

33%

3%

0%

English Proficient

352

91%

66%

5%

334

93%

61%

1%

Limited English Proficient

51

51%

10%

0%

36

75%

14%

0%

Economically Disadvantaged

176

76%

43%

1%

151

85%

38%

0%

Not Disadvantaged

227

94%

72%

7%

219

96%

69%

2%

Migrant

6

83%

33%

0%

3

Not Migrant

397

86%

59%

4%

367

NOTES

The – symbol indicates that data for a group of students have been suppressed. If a group has fewer than five students, data for that group and the next smallest group(s) are suppressed to protect the privacy of individual students. * These ranges are for 2011–12 data only. Ranges for 2010–11 data are available in the 2010–11 Accountability and Overview Reports.

Other

2011–12 School Year

2010–11 School Year

Assessments

Total

Number scoring at level(s):

Total

Number scoring at level(s):

Tested

2–4

3–4

4

Tested

2–4

3–4

4

New York State Alternate Assessment (NYSAA): Grade 4 Equivalent

4

3

New York State English as a Second Language Achievement Test (NYSESLAT)†: Grade 4

1

N/A

N/A

N/A

3

N/A

N/A

N/A

 

Total

 

Total

 

Recently Arrived LEP Students NOT Tested on the ELA NYSTP: Grade 4

1

N/A

N/A

N/A

3

N/A

N/A

N/A

† These counts represent recently arrived LEP students who used the NYSESLAT to fulfill the English language arts participation requirement.

2

Student Performance

District RIVERHEAD CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT

District ID 58-06-02-04-0000

Results in Grade 4 Mathematics

This District

NY State Public

Percentage scoring at level(s):

Percentage scoring at level(s):

2-4 3-4 4 2-4 3-4 4 2012 Mean Score: 686 *Range: 636–800 676–800 707–800
2-4
3-4
4
2-4
3-4
4
2012
Mean Score: 686
*Range:
636–800
676–800
707–800
2011 Mean Score: 690 2011–12 2010–11
2011 Mean Score: 690
2011–12
2010–11

100%

93% 95% 95% 94% 66% 72% 69% 67% 28% 29% 30% 27%
93% 95%
95% 94%
66% 72%
69% 67%
28% 29%
30% 27%
Number of Tested Students: 373 355 266 267 114 108
Number of Tested Students:
373 355
266 267
114 108

Results by Student Group

2011–12 School Year

2010–11 School Year

 

Total

Percentage scoring at level(s):

Total

Percentage scoring at level(s):

Tested

2–4

3–4

4

Tested

2–4

3–4

4

All Students

402

93%

66%

28%

373

95%

72%

29%

Female

215

93%

69%

29%

184

97%

71%

28%

Male

187

92%

63%

27%

189

94%

72%

30%

American Indian or Alaska Native

 

2

Black or African American

84

89%

38%

8%

69

88%

54%

9%

Hispanic or Latino

107

86%

52%

14%

97

93%

58%

15%

Asian or Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander

7

86%

71%

43%

5

White

199

98%

85%

44%

198

98%

84%

42%

Multiracial

5

100%

60%

20%

2

Small Group Totals

 

9

100%

89%

44%

General-Education Students

348

97%

74%

32%

343

98%

77%

31%

Students with Disabilities

54

69%

19%

7%

30

60%

10%

0%

English Proficient

351

96%

72%

32%

334

96%

78%

32%

Limited English Proficient

51

71%

24%

4%

39

87%

21%

0%

Economically Disadvantaged

174

87%

45%

12%

152

91%

57%

14%

Not Disadvantaged

228

97%

82%

41%

221

98%

81%

39%

Migrant

6

83%

33%

17%

3

Not Migrant

396

93%

67%

29%

370

NOTES

The – symbol indicates that data for a group of students have been suppressed. If a group has fewer than five students, data for that group and the next smallest group(s) are suppressed to protect the privacy of individual students. * These ranges are for 2011–12 data only. Ranges for 2010–11 data are available in the 2010–11 Accountability and Overview Reports.

Other

2011–12 School Year

2010–11 School Year

Assessments

Total

Number scoring at level(s):

Total

Number scoring at level(s):

Tested

2–4

3–4

4

Tested

2–4

3–4

4

New York State Alternate Assessment (NYSAA): Grade 4 Equivalent

4

3

2

Student Performance

District RIVERHEAD CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT

Results in Grade 4 Science

This District

District ID 58-06-02-04-0000

NY State Public

Percentage scoring at level(s):

Percentage scoring at level(s):

2-4 3-4 4 2-4 3-4 4 2012 Mean Score: 80 Range: 45–100 65–100 85–100
2-4
3-4
4
2-4
3-4
4
2012
Mean Score: 80
Range:
45–100
65–100
85–100
2011 Mean Score: 82 2011–12 2010–11
2011 Mean Score: 82
2011–12
2010–11

100%

97% 98% 94% 97% 89% 88% 81% 89% 55% 57% 57% 52%
97% 98%
94% 97%
89% 88%
81% 89%
55% 57%
57% 52%
Number of Tested Students: 378 355 326 327 222 208
Number of Tested Students:
378 355
326 327
222 208

Results by Student Group

2011–12 School Year

2010–11 School Year

 

Total

Percentage scoring at level(s):

Total

Percentage scoring at level(s):

Tested

2–4

3–4

4

Tested

2–4

3–4

4

All Students

401

94%

81%

55%

367

97%

89%

57%

Female

216

95%

84%

61%

183

97%

90%

56%

Male

185

93%

78%

49%

184

96%

89%

57%

American Indian or Alaska Native

 

2

Black or African American

83

90%

71%

24%

65

94%

78%

32%

Hispanic or Latino

107

88%

65%

36%

97

94%

81%

42%

Asian or Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander

7

86%

86%

57%

5

White

199

99%

94%

78%

196

99%

96%

71%

Multiracial

5

100%

80%

60%

2

Small Group Totals

 

9

100%

100%

67%

General-Education Students

347

97%

88%

61%

343

98%

93%

60%

Students with Disabilities

54

80%

39%

19%

24

79%

33%

4%

English Proficient

351

97%

88%

63%

328

98%

93%

63%

Limited English Proficient

50

74%

32%

4%

39

85%

56%

8%

Economically Disadvantaged

174

89%

67%

29%

147

93%

82%

39%

Not Disadvantaged

227

98%

93%

75%

220

99%

94%

69%

Migrant

6

83%

67%

17%

3

Not Migrant

395

94%

82%

56%

364

NOTES

The – symbol indicates that data for a group of students have been suppressed. If a group has fewer than five students, data for that group and the next smallest group(s) are suppressed to protect the privacy of individual students.

Other

2011–12 School Year

2010–11 School Year

Assessments

Total

Number scoring at level(s):

Total

Number scoring at level(s):

Tested

2–4

3–4

4

Tested

2–4

3–4

4

New York State Alternate Assessment (NYSAA): Grade 4 Equivalent

4

3

2

Student Performance

District RIVERHEAD CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT

District ID 58-06-02-04-0000

Results in Grade 5 English Language Arts

This District

NY State Public

Percentage scoring at level(s):

Percentage scoring at level(s):

2-4 3-4 4 2-4 3-4 4 2012 Mean Score: 669 *Range: 648–795 668–795 700–795
2-4
3-4
4
2-4
3-4
4
2012
Mean Score: 669
*Range:
648–795
668–795
700–795
2011 Mean Score: 665 2011–12 2010–11
2011 Mean Score: 665
2011–12
2010–11

100%

90% 90% 89% 89% 58% 54% 59% 48% 5% 4% 1% 1%
90% 90%
89% 89%
58% 54%
59% 48%
5%
4%
1%
1%
Number of Tested Students: 328 308 215 165 5 4
Number of Tested Students:
328 308
215 165
5
4

Results by Student Group

2011–12 School Year

2010–11 School Year

 

Total

Percentage scoring at level(s):

Total

Percentage scoring at level(s):

Tested

2–4

3–4

4

Tested

2–4

3–4

4

All Students

365

90%

59%

1%

342

90%

48%

1%

Female

186

91%

66%

2%

155

92%

50%

2%

Male

179

88%

51%

1%

187

89%

47%

1%

American Indian or Alaska Native

2

1

Black or African American

60

82%

43%

0%

72

Hispanic or Latino

99

85%

41%

1%

78

86%

35%

0%

Asian or Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander

5

100%

60%

0%

1

White

196

95%

72%

2%

190

94%

63%

2%

Multiracial

3

   

Small Group Totals

5

60%

60%

0%

74

84%

26%

0%

General-Education Students

337

94%

64%

1%

307

95%

53%

1%

Students with Disabilities

28

43%

4%

0%

35

46%

9%

0%

English Proficient

334

93%

64%

1%

312

91%

52%

1%

Limited English Proficient

31

58%

3%

0%

30

77%

10%

0%

Economically Disadvantaged

154

83%

40%

0%

148

86%

34%

0%

Not Disadvantaged

211

95%

73%

2%

194

93%

59%

2%

Migrant

3

3

Not Migrant

362

339

NOTES

The – symbol indicates that data for a group of students have been suppressed. If a group has fewer than five students, data for that group and the next smallest group(s) are suppressed to protect the privacy of individual students. * These ranges are for 2011–12 data only. Ranges for 2010–11 data are available in the 2010–11 Accountability and Overview Reports.

Other

2011–12 School Year

2010–11 School Year

Assessments

Total

Number scoring at level(s):

Total

Number scoring at level(s):

Tested

2–4

3–4

4