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     RSE PLAN
     
     
     

    MATH ACHIEVEMENT

    Student Performance Goal #1:

     The percentage of students in grades third through fifth scoring proficient and above on the 2019 Georgia End-of-Grade Milestones assessment in Mathematics will increase  from 47.8% to 53.8% .

     

    In grades K – 2, we will increase the number of students meeting their RIT* projections  from 59% to 62% on the Mathematics MAP.

    HCS Strategic Priority:

    •  Unify Henry County around excellence in public education
    •  Strengthen our core business of student learning      
    •  Ensure a high performing environment for all students

    HCS Core Beliefs and Commitments:

    Core Belief 1

    We believe each student can learn at or above grade level and will have an equal opportunity to do so.

     

    READING ACHIEVEMENT

    Student Performance Goal #2: The percentage of students in grades third through fifth scoring on and above target on the 2020 Georgia End-of-Grade Milestones assessment for Lexile will increase from 54%  to 57%.

     

    80% of students in K, 1st, and 2nd grade students will score at or above the median of the GADOE suggested grade level Lexile stretch band.

    HCS Strategic Priority:

    Strengthen our core business of student learning.

    Ensure a high performing environment for all students.

     

    HCS Core Beliefs and Commitments:

    Core Belief

    We believe each student can learn at or above grade level and will have an equal opportunity to do so.

    Commitment

    Each student will learn at or above grade level and have an equal opportunity to do so.

     

     

    ELA/ WRITING ACHIEVEMENT

    Student Performance Goal #3: The percentage of students in grades third through fifth scoring proficient and above on the 2020 Georgia End-of-Grade Milestones Assessment in the WRITING portion s will increase from 20%  to 26%.

     

     As an entry data measure, K, 1st, and 2nd grade students will score 80% overall correct on  the End of Year Phonics Benchmark.

    HCS Strategic Priority:

    Strengthen our core business of student learning.

    Ensure a high performing environment for all students.

     

    HCS Core Beliefs and Commitments:

    Core Belief

    We believe each student can learn at or above grade level and will have an equal opportunity to do so.

    Commitment

    Each student will learn at or above grade level and have an equal opportunity to do so.

     

    RIT” is an abbreviation for “Rausch Unit.” The difficulty and complexity of each MAPassessment question is measured using the RIT scale. A student's RIT scoreindicates the level at which the student was answering questions correctly 50% of the time.

    CCRPI - 
    CCRPI is a comprehensive school improvement, accountability, and communication platform for all educational stakeholders that will promote college and career readiness for all Georgia public school students.
     

    2017 - 2018 CCRPI Score 

    Rock Spring Elementary School

    Indicator 2018
    Content Mastery  64.7
    Progress  64.6
    Closing Gaps  4.6
    Readiness  81.4
    CCRPI Score  59.0
     

    State Report Card

    Performance Snapshot

    RSE Awarded for Highest Gains in the State! (January 2017)

    About the awards

    https://gosa.georgia.gov/press-releases/2017-01-05/deal-announces-school-award-winners-updates-list-chronically-failing 

    The school awards, developed by GOSA and approved by the State Board of Education, are part of Georgia’s Single Statewide Accountability System (SSAS). Highest Performing schools must earn a three-year average College and Career Ready Performance Index (CCRPI) Achievement Score that ranks in at least the 93rd percentile. Greatest Gains schools must earn a three-year average CCRPI Progress Score that ranks in at least the 93rd percentile. For more details on how awards are calculated, click here.

    The 2016 Greatest Gains award winners consist of 139 schools across 50 districts and the 2016 Highest Performing award winners consist of 130 schools across 22 districts. Fifty-one schools in 14 districts are award winners in both categories.

Last Modified on June 25, 2019