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2012-2013 Report Card forMarion Local School DistrictDISTRICT GRADEComing in2015AchievementThis grade combines two results for students whotook the state tests. The first result answers thequestion – How many students passed the state test?The second result answers the question – How welldid students do on the state test?This grade shows how well all students are doing inyour district in reading, math, and graduation. Itanswers the question – Is every student succeeding,regardless of income, race, culture or disability?2015This grade answers the question – Are more studentslearning to read in kindergarten through third grade?The 2014 report card will report some results. The2015 report card will display one grade forkindergarten through grade 3.IRN: 048553Coming in2015Value-AddedCOverall.CGifted.CStudents with Disabilities.NRLowest 20% in Achievement.Graduation RateCOMPONENT GRADEThis grade answers the question – How manyninth graders graduate in four years or five years?Coming in2015Annual Measurable Objectives100.0% . A.K-3 LiteracyCOMPONENT GRADEThis is your district’s average progress for itsstudents in math and reading, grades 4-8. It looksat how much each student learns in a year. Didthe students get a year’s worth of growth? Didthey get more? Did they get less?Coming inPerformance Index91.1% . A.Indicators Met100.0% . A.Gap ClosingProgressCOMPONENT GRADECOMPONENT GRADEComing in2015Graduation RatesA100.0%of students graduated in 4 years.A98.7% of students graduated in 5 years.COMPONENT GRADEComing in2015Printed on June 18, 2014Prepared for SuccessThis grade answers the question – Are studentswho graduate from our district ready for collegeor a career? There are six ways to show thatgraduates are prepared. In the 2014 school year,the report card will show results for the six areas.The 2015 report card will display one gradecombining the results of all six ways of showinggraduates are prepared.COMPONENT GRADEComing in2015Page 1 of 21

2012-2013 Report Card for Marion Local School DistrictAchievementThis grade combines two results for students who took the state tests.The first result answers the question – How many students passed thestate test? The second result answers the question – How well didstudents do on the state test?COMPONENT GRADEComing in2015Performance IndexGRADEThe Performance Index measures the test results of every student, not just those whoscore proficient or higher. There are six levels on the index and districts receive pointsfor every student in each of these levels. The higher the achievement level the morethe points awarded in the district's index. This rewards schools and districts forimproving performance.APerformance Index402006080100AchievementLevelAdvanced tedPct ofStudents0.235.735.824.92.90.50.0xxxxxxxPoints forthis Level1.31.21.11.00.60.30.0 9.3 of a possible 120.0A B C D F 90.0 - 100.0%80.0 - 89.9%70.0 - 79.9%50.0 - 69.9%0.0 - 013100806040200.5 0.22.935.724.9Performance Index TrendAdvanced cedPlus35.8IRN: 048553Printed on June 18, 2014Page 2 of 21

2012-2013 Report Card for Marion Local School DistrictGRADEAIndicators MetIndicators Met %Indicators Met measures how many students have passed the state tests at a minimumlevel, called proficient, or higher. Test results are reported for each student in a gradeand subject. At least 75 percent of students must pass to get credit for the indicator.Starting in the 2013-14 school year, a district or school needs to have 80 percent oftheir students pass at a minimum level or higher in order to “meet” an indicator.100.0%24.0 out of 24.0A B C D F Grades 3-5MathematicsGrades 6-8100.0%3rd Grade2090.0 - 100.0%80.0 - 89.9%70.0 - 79.9%50.0 - 69.9%0.0 - 49.9%080100Ohio Graduation Mathematics98.4%Reading96.9%Mathematics97.0%OGT, 10th GradersScience90.6%89.1%7th GradeReading98.6%Reading98.5%Social 96.6%Science94.4%Reading100.0%Science98.7%8th GradeOGT, 11th GradersIRN: 048553606th Grade4th Grade5th GradeMathematics40Printed on June 18, 2014Social Studies100.0%Writing100.0%Page 3 of 21

2012-2013 Report Card for Marion Local School DistrictProficiency Percent Comparison by GradeProficient Percent Trend by Grade3rd Grade104%100%96%3rd imilar Districts2009State Average2010Reading4th ematicsSimilar Districts2009State Average2010Reading5th Grade100%96%92%88%84%80%76%72%68%64%96.6%IRN: eading20135th Grade96.6%84.4%20124th Grade98.6%96%2011MathematicsSimilar Districts67.7%76%72%ScienceState Average2009ReadingPrinted on June 18, 201420102011Mathematics2012Social Studies2013SciencePage 4 of 21

2012-2013 Report Card for Marion Local School District6th Grade104%100%96%92%88%84%80%76%72%6th 75.1%ReadingDistrict88%MathematicsSimilar Districts2009State Average2010Reading7th dingDistrict90%MathematicsSimilar Districts2009State Average2010Reading8th RN: 88%83.0%84%80%68.7%District2011Writing8th 80%20127th Grade97.0%84%2011MathematicsSimilar Districts76%72%ScienceState Average2009ReadingPrinted on June 18, 201420102011Mathematics2012Social Studies2013SciencePage 5 of 21

2012-2013 Report Card for Marion Local School District10th Grade 8.4%95.8%84.9%10th Grade cs Social StudiesSimilar DistrictsScience2009ReadingScienceState Average11th Grade Cumulative OGTIRN: 048553Similar DistrictsWriting20112012Mathematics2013Social Studies11th Grade Cumulative ingMathematics Social StudiesScienceDistrict20102009ReadingScienceState AveragePrinted on June 18, 20142010Writing20112012Mathematics2013Social StudiesPage 6 of 21

2012-2013 Report Card for Marion Local School DistrictGifted StudentsThe Gifted Students data and Indicator highlight the opportunities for and performance ofgifted students. The dashboard answers several questions: How many students areidentified as gifted and in what categories? How many of those students are receivinggifted services? How well are those gifted students performing? The Gifted Indicatormeasures whether opportunity and performance expectations are being met for giftedstudents.Gifted OverviewINDICATORComing in2015AchievementThis chart illustrates the test achievement levels by students identified as gifted in thattest's subject. For example, how well do students identified as gifted in Reading do onthe Reading achievement tests?Students Identified asGifted35.0% of enrollment100%1.9%90%65.0%80%Students ReceivingGifted Services70%3.7% of enceSocial d as Gifted, NotReceiving ServicesReceiving GiftedServicesNot Identified as GiftedValue AddedValue Added measures the progress for allstudents identified as gifted in reading, math,and/or superior cognitive ability.IRN: celeratedAdvancedAdvanced PlusPerformance IndexThis chart compares the Performance Index of students identified as gifted to those notidentified as gifted.GiftedNon-GiftedPrinted on June 18, 2014115.2107.2Page 7 of 21

2012-2013 Report Card for Marion Local School DistrictEnrollment by Gifted CategoryThese charts show the percentage of enrolled students that are identified as gifted and that are receiving gifted services.All Grades24.0%Grades ngMathScienceIdentifiedSocial Studies5.2%4.0%5.5%3.1%2.0%Superior Cognitive1.6%0.0%MathReceiving ServicesReadingIdentifiedGrades 4-8Grades 9-1232.0%28.0%Superior CognitiveReceiving %6.2%5.9%4.0%0.0%MathReadingIdentifiedIRN: %22.2%ScienceSocial Studies6.3%4.0%Superior Cognitive0.0%Receiving ServicesMathReadingScienceSocial StudiesSuperior CognitiveIdentifiedPrinted on June 18, 2014Page 8 of 21

2012-2013 Report Card for Marion Local School DistrictIdentified and Receiving ServicesThese charts show, of the students identified as gifted, the percentage of students receiving gifted services.All GradesGrades 9%0.0%MathReading0.0%Science0.0%Social Studies0.0%Superior Cognitive0.0%0.0%MathReadingGrades 4-8Grades %8.0%-200.0%4.0%-400.0%0.0%MathIRN: 048553Superior Cognitive0.0%Reading0.0%Science0.0%Social Studies0.0%Superior Cognitive0.0%0.0%0.0%0.0%0.0%-600.0%MathPrinted on June 18, 2014ReadingScienceSocial StudiesSuperior CognitivePage 9 of 21

2012-2013 Report Card for Marion Local School DistrictProgressThis is your district’s average progress for its students in math andreading, grades 4-8. It looks at how much each student learns in ayear. It answers the question – Did the students get a year’s worth ofgrowth? Did they get more? Did they get less?GRADECGRADECGRADENRGRADECGRADEComingin 2016IRN: 048553COMPONENT GRADEComing in2015Progress DetailsOverallThis measures the progress for all students in math and reading,grades 4-8.This table shows the Progress scores by test grade and subject.Gifted StudentsThis measures the progress for students identified as gifted in reading,math, and/or superior cognitive ability.Students in the Lowest 20% in AchievementThis measures the progress for students identified as the lowest 20%statewide in reading and math achievement.Students with DisabilitiesThis measures the progress for students with disabilities.High SchoolA High School measure of progress will be implemented in the 2015-16school year.ReadingProgress ScoreMathematicsAll TestsAll Grades1.4-0.60.64th Grade-0.7-2.4-2.05th Grade4.74.36.06th Grade1.3-3.7-1.37th Grade0.51.51.38th Grade-3.8-0.7-3.2Test GradeAlthough Progress scores are notassigned letter grades at this level ofdetail, the grading scale applied at theOverall (All Students, All Tests) level is:Printed on June 18, 2014A B C D F 2.0 and up1.0 to 1.9-1.0 to 0.9-2.0 to -1.1below -2.0Page 10 of 21

2012-2013 Report Card for Marion Local School DistrictProgress vs. Performance IndexThis bubble chart shows the relationship between each subgroup's performance index results (horizontalaxis) to the Value-Added letter grade (vertical axis). The size of the bubble represents the size of thestudent subgroup.AGradeBOverallStudents w/ DisabilitiesLowest 20%GiftedCDF020406080100120Performance IndexIRN: 048553Printed on June 18, 2014Page 11 of 21

2012-2013 Report Card for Marion Local School DistrictGap ClosingCOMPONENT GRADEThis grade shows how well all students are doing in your district inreading, math, and graduation. It answers the question – Is everystudent succeeding, regardless of income, race, culture or disability?Coming in2015Annual Measurable ObjectivesGRADEAnnual Measurable Objectives (AMOs) compare the performance of all students to a state goal which is displayed as the red line in the following charts. These charts show how well each group achievesthat goal in reading, math and graduation – and emphasize any achievement gaps that exist between groups. The ultimate goal is for all groups to achieve at high levels.AReadingGraduation RateMathAMO Points402097.497.660800100.010097.497.6100100.0%A B C D F 93.887.590.0 - 100.0%80.0 - 89.9%70.0 - 79.9%60.0 - 69.9%0.0 - 59.9%100.082.582.502040All StudentsEcon Disadvantage6080WhiteStudents w/ Disabilities10002040All StudentsEcon Disadvantage60WhiteStudents w/Disabilities80100020All Students406080100WhiteThe red line on each graph identifies the Annual Measurable Objective. The 2013 AMO for Reading is 83.4%, for Math is 78.5%, and for Graduation Rate is 75.9%.Subgroups with fewer than 30 students are not rated and do not appear on the graphs.IRN: 048553Printed on June 18, 2014Page 12 of 21

2012-2013 Report Card for Marion Local School DistrictGraduation RateCOMPONENT GRADEThis grade represents the percentage of students whom entered the9th grade and graduated 4 and 5 years later.Coming in20154-Year Graduation RateThe 4-year graduation rate applies to the Class of 2012 who graduated within four years, i.e. students whoentered the 9th grade in 2009 and graduated by 2012.GRADEA100.0%A B C D F 93.0 - 100.0%89.0 - 92.9%84.0 - 88.9%79.0 - 83.9%0.0 - 78.9%100406020080100The 5-year graduation rate applies to the Class of 2011 who graduated within five years, i.e. students whoentered the 9th grade in 2008 and graduated by 2012.AIRN: 04855398.7%A B C D F 95.0 - 100.0%90.0 - 94.9%85.0 - 89.9%80.0 - 84.9%0.0 - 79.9%40200100.05-Year Rate10096.198.797.3805-Year Graduation RateGRADE4-Year Rate608010081.38060604040202000DistrictState AveragePrinted on June 18, 2014SimilarDistricts82.4DistrictState AverageSimilarDistrictsPage 13 of 21

2012-2013 Report Card for Marion Local School DistrictGraduation Rate 010201120124Year20135YearNote: The 5-year graduation rate does not appear in the final year of this graph because thenecessary data is not yet available to calculate the 5-year rate for that school year.IRN: 048553Printed on June 18, 2014Page 14 of 21

2012-2013 Report Card for Marion Local School DistrictSuperintendent: Michael L. PohlmanAddress: 7956 State Route 119Maria Stein OH 45860-9710Phone: (419) 925-4294County: MercerDirectory information current as of the 2012-2013 Report Card publication dateYour District's StudentsAverageDailyEnrollment:Enrollment by Subgroup100%824Number ofLimitedEnglishProficiencyStudentsExcluded fromAccountabilityCalculations:--Enrollment #Enrollment %Am. Indian / Alaskan NativeNCAsian or Pacific IslanderNCBlack, Non-HispanicNCHispanicNCMultiracialNCWhite, Non-Hispanic82099.5%Students with Disabilities8410.2%Economically Disadvantaged465.6%Limited English ProficiencyNCMigrantNC80%60%40%NC Not Calculated because there are fewer than 10 in the group20%0%American Indian orAlaska.Asian or Pacific IslanderBlack, Non-HispanicHispanicMultiracialWhite, Non-HispanicStudents withDisabilitiesEconomic DisadvantageLimited EnglishProficiencyMigrantEnrollments of less than 10 students are not shown.IRN: 048553Printed on June 18, 2014Page 15 of 21

2012-2013 Report Card for Marion Local School DistrictMobility Rates by SubgroupDistrict Mobility %All Students1.1%Am. Indian / Alaskan Native0.0%Asian or Pacific Islander0.0%Black, Non-Hispanic0.0%10%8%6%HispanicMultiracialWhite, Non-Hispanic12%1.1%Students with Disabilities4.7%Economically Disadvantaged11.1%Limited English Proficiency4%2%0%MigrantNC Not Calculated because there are fewer than 10 in the groupAll StudentsAmerican Indian orAlaska.Asian or Pacific IslanderBlack, Non-HispanicHispanicMultiracialWhite, Non-HispanicStudents withDisabilitiesEconomic DisadvantageLimited EnglishProficiencyMigrantThis chart shows the percentage of students who, because they moved intoor out of the district, did not spend a majority of the school year within thedistrict.IRN: 048553Printed on June 18, 2014Page 16 of 21

2012-2013 Report Card for Marion Local School DistrictYour District's TeachersAll Schools in theDistrictHigh PovertySchoolsLow PovertySchoolsPercentage of teachers with at least a Bachelor's Degree100.00.0100.0Percentage of teachers with at least a Master's Degree86.70.086.7Percentage of core academic subject and elementaryclasses not taught by Highly Qualified Teachers0--0Percentage of core academic subject and elementaryclasses taught by properly certified teachers99.4--99.40--0Percentage of core academic subject elementary andsecondary classes taught by teachers with temporary,conditional or long-term substitute certification/licensureHigh-poverty schools are those ranked in the top quartile based on the percentage of economically disadvantaged students. Low-poverty schools are those ranked in the bottom quartile basedon the percentage of economically disadvantaged students. A district may have buildings in both quartiles, in just one quartile or in neither quartile.NC Not Calculated because there are fewer than 10 in the groupWellness and Physical EducationThe extent to which students are successful inmeeting the benchmarks contained in Ohio'sphysical education standardsCompliance with the federalrequirement for implementing alocal wellness policyElected toadminister BMIscreeningParticipation inPhysical ActivityPilot ProgramModerate SuccessIRN: 048553Printed on June 18, 2014Page 17 of 21

2012-2013 Report Card for Marion Local School DistrictFinancial DataThese measures answer several questions about spending and performance. How much is spent on Classroom instruction? Howmuch, on average, is spent on each student? What is the source of the revenue? How do these measures compare to other districtsand schools?Comparison Group: Enrollment less than 1000Classroom Spending Data80Percentage Spent onClassroom Instruction7073.6%60Rank in comparison groupfor highest % spent404 out of 14820Spending per Pupil DataPercentage Spent for NonClassroom Instruction10State 8,684 8,814Classroom Instruction 6,387 5,953Non-Classroom Spending 2,296 2,861Operating Spending per Pupil26.4%5030DistrictRank in comparison groupfor highest % spent145 out of 1480DistrictComparison Group73.6%65.2%Classroom InstructionDistrict 6,387 2,29632.5%34.8%26.4%IRN: 048553State67.5%State 0Non-Classroom InstructionPrinted on June 18, 2014 5,953 2,861 4,000 8,000 12,000Page 18 of 21

2012-2013 Report Card for Marion Local School DistrictSpending and PerformanceThis measure answers the question – what is the relationship of average spending per student to performance, and how does that compare to similar districts and schools?All Districts120.0120.0110.0110.0Performance IndexPerformance IndexComparison Group100.090.0100.090.080.080.070.070.060.0 0 4,000 8,000 12,000 16,000 20,000 24,000 28,000 32,00060.0 0Spending per Pupil 8,000 12,000 16,000 20,000 24,000 28,000 32,000Spending per PupilMarion Local IS among the 20% of traditional public districtswith the highest academic performance index scores.IRN: 048553 4,000Marion Local IS NOT among the 20% of traditional public districts withthe lowest operating expenditures per pupilPrinted on June 18, 2014Page 19 of 21

2012-2013 Report Card for Marion Local School DistrictSource of RevenueSource of FundsDistrictState TotalLocal 2,429,95029.9% 7,953,216,86240.1%State 4,534,14355.8% 8,725,275,31644.0% 323,9634.0% 1,701,436,3558.6% 832,98410.3% 1,442,122,7107.3% 8,121,041 100.0% 19,822,051,242100.0%FederalOther 6%29.9%LocalFederalIRN: 048553StateOther Non-Tax40.1%LocalStateFederalOther Non-TaxPrinted on June 18, 2014Page 20 of 21

2012-2013 Report Card for Marion Local School DistrictSuperintendent: Michael L. PohlmanAddress:7956 State Route 119Maria Stein OH 45860-9710Phone: (419) 925-4294County: MercerYour District's rmanceIndexOverallGiftedLowest20%AchieveMarion Local Elementary SchoolAACCNRMarion Local High SchoolAANRNRNRIRN: 048553Printed on June 18, 2014Gap ClosingGraduation NRAAAPage 21 of 21

3rd Grade 4th Grade 5th Grade Mathematics Reading Mathematics Reading Mathematics Reading Science 100.0% 95.5% 95.9% 98.6% 96.6% 96.6% 96.6% 6th Grade 7th Grade 8th Grade Mathematics Reading Mathematics Reading Mathematics Science 95.6% 100.0% 97.0% 98.5% 98.6% 97.2% 94.4% Grades 3-5 Grade

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