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2015-2016

HANSON
PARK ELEM SCHOOL
5411 W FULLERTON AVE CHICAGO, IL 60639 1459 (773) 534-3100

Grades: P-8
District: CITY OF CHICAGO SD 299

FAST FACTS

Academic Success

School Environment

All Illinois students in grades 3-8 take the PARCC assessment each year. High school
students take the PARCC in specific Math or English Language Arts (ELA) courses.

Effective
Leaders

School

28.3%
ready for next

Principal: David Belanger


Superintendent: Mr.Forrest Claypool

District

16%

25%

20%

31%

27%

25%

27%

3%

23%

3%

level
State

16%

23%

28%

Collaborative The 5Essentials Survey allows students in grades


Teachers 6-12 and all teachers to share their perspectives
on essential conditions for learning. The
anonymous survey consists of 5 components.

29%

Ambitious
Instruction

5%

State Avg.

Did Not Meet

Partially Met

Approached

Met

Exceeded

READY FOR NEXT LEVEL

Success by Student Group

27
average class

White
Black

95%
teacher

22%

17%

28%

17%

Ambitious Instruction
More
Are the classes challenging and engaging?

Fewer than 10 students


15%

25%

32%

24%

3%

Low Income

16%

25%

32%

24%

3%

30%

29%

26%

13% 1%

Supportive Environment
Average
Is the school safe, demanding, and supportive?
Involved Families
More
Does the entire staff build strong external relationships?

Student Attendance and Mobility


48%

With Disabilities

39%

12% 1%

State Avg.

Did Not Meet

Partially Met

Approached

Met

Exceeded

READY FOR NEXT LEVEL

Student Characteristics

1,438
students

White
Black
Hispanic
Asian
American Indian
Two or More Races
Pacific Islander

95%
100%

Students
Teachers

Collaborative Teachers
Average
Do teachers collaborate to promote professional growth?

Hispanic

English Learners

retention

17%

Involved
Families

Response Rates

Effective Leaders
Average
Do principals and teachers implement a shared vision for success?

This display shows PARCC performance levels for each student group. No data is
shown for groups with fewer than 10 students.

size

Supportive
Environment

Most implementation
More implementation
Average implementation
Less implementation
Least implementation
Not Applicable/Low
Response

2%
1%
96%
0%
0%
0%
0%

Low Income
English Learners
With Disabilities
Homeless

97%
45%
14%
1%

0%

25%

50%

Attendance Rate
Rate at which students are present at school, not
including excused or unexcused absences

75%

100%

96%
94%
94%

Chronic Truancy Rate


Percentage of students who have been absent
without valid reasons for 5% or more of regular
school days

20%
32%
10%

Student Mobility
Percentage of students who transfer in or out of
the school during the school year, not including
graduates

26%
19%
12%
School

District

State

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2015-2016

HANSON PARK ELEM SCHOOL


School Highlights
Academic Courses
8th Grade Algebra, Bilingual Support, Gifted and Talented Programs,
Summer School, Supplemental Educational Services (SES) Tutoring,
Title 1 Programs

District Finance
Career Development Courses and Programs

Instructional Spending per Pupil includes only the activities directly


dealing with the teaching of students or the interaction between
teachers and students.
2013

2014

2015

District $8,624 $9,778 $10,396


State
$7,094 $7,419 $7,712

Physical Education, Heath and Wellness

Athletics
Boy's Basketball, Boy's Cross Country, Boy's Soccer, Boy's Track &
Field, Boy's Volleyball, Girl's Basketball, Girl's Competitive
Cheerleading, Girl's Cross Country, Girl's Track & Field

Operational Spending per Pupil includes all costs for overall


operations in this school's district, including Instructional Spending,
but excluding summer school, adult education, capital expenditures,
and long-term debt payments.
2013

2014

2015

District $13,791 $15,120 $15,378


State $12,045 $12,521 $12,821

Other Programs and Activities


8-9th Grade Transition Workshops, Career Education Events, Chess
Club, DARE program, Environmental Club, Journalism Club, Math
Club, Safe Passage, Science Club, Science Olympiad, Student
Council/Government, Tutoring Program, Yearbook Club

School Personnel Resources


Bilingual Education Teacher, Librarian/Media Specialist, School
Guidance Counselor, Special Education Teacher

School Awards

Facilities

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throughout the year.

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Educator Measures
This school has had 1 principal(s) over the past 6 years. In the last
three years, an average of 95% of teachers return to this school
each year.