Last year. Redmond School District developed its own Performance Meter defining key indicators to continually measure and guide improvement efforts. The indicators are centered on the District goals for graduation, academic achievement, attendance, and teacher and principal effectiveness.
Redmond School District is committed to a focus on performance-based measures to evaluate and improve student achievement. The targets in the RSD Performance Meter will act as a guidepost to help ensure the work continues toward the District’s promise of all students graduating from Redmond School District college prepared and career ready.
For more information see Oregon Report Card Frequently Asked Questions: http://www.ode.state.or.us/apps/faqs/index.aspx?=41
Bend-La Pine Schools Receive High Marks on Oregon School Report Cards
16 schools earn the states highest rating, “Outstanding”
Sixteen Bend-La Pine Schools earned the state’s highest mark, Outstanding, on today’s release of the 2010-11 Oregon Department of Education State School Report Card.
In all, nearly 60 percent of all Bend-La Pine schools achieved the states highest mark. Comparatively, just 31 percent of Oregon schools earned the Outstanding rating statewide.
Oregon schools were rated on a three-tier scale: Outstanding, Satisfactory, and In Need of Improvement.
The 16 Bend-La Pine Schools rated Outstanding are: Amity Creek at Thompson School, Bear Creek Elementary, Buckingham Elementary, Elk Meadow Elementary, High Lakes Elementary, Highland at Kenwood School, Ponderosa Elementary, RE Jewell Elementary, Three Rivers School, Westside Village at Kingston School, William E. Miller Elementary, Cascade Middle, Sky View Middle, Bend Senior High, Mountain View High and Summit High schools.
Superintendent Ron Wilkinson commends the staff and students of Bend-La Pine Schools for their continued focus on student success. \
“Positive results like these reinforce that great things are happening here,” he said. “We are teaching all students well, we are preparing students for their futures, and there is clear evidence of excellence throughout our entire school system.”
Wilkinson said that the State School Report Cards provide an overview of school data including information on student performance on state tests, student growth, attendance, graduation rates, dropout rates, class size, enrollment, percent English Language Learner, SAT scores, and information on staffing and teacher education/experience, in addition to a school’s overall report card rating. The report cards are one of the many tools that Bend-La Pine Schools uses to measure student and school achievement.