PARKVIEW SCHOOL

SELF-REPORTED INDICATORS

Schools may choose to describe up to two additional pieces of information about how their school is supporting students. These self-reported indicators are not factored into school accountability calculations but provide the opportunity for schools to highlight successful programs or practices in addition to the indicators included in school accountability.

INSTRUCTIONAL FACTORS

Proficiency and Growth

Parkview Elementary has participated in a number of systematic instructional programs over the last 4 years including ACL this last school year. These programs support and systematic implementation of best instructional practices. Teachers are using these best practices to increase student gains. In the 2013-2014 school year, as a whole school grades 3-5 students scored 25% proficient in ELA, 38% proficient in math, and 25% proficient in science. In the 2017-2018 school year, as a whole school grades 2-5 students scored 46% proficient in ELA, 57% proficient in math and 58% proficient in science. We have almost doubled our scores in ELA and more than doubled our scores in math and science. Last year before the soft closure we had students in grades K-3 meeting the state growth goal for Acadience with an avarge of 65% of students meeting their growth goal.


EQUITABLE EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES

Impactful instruction for ELL students

Parkview ELL students have outperformed the district average for the last 4 years straight on the WIDA Access assessment for students achieving the desired increase for 1 year’s growth. (Each year every student is expected to increase a minimum of one year’s growth as measured by WIDA.) In the 2017-2018 school year, 67% of Parkview ELL students met the desired increase of 1 year’s growth. Parkview outperformed the district average in students who made more than 1 year’s growth based on the WIDA assessment. In the 2018-2019 school year, 55% of Parkview EL students met the desired increase of 1 year's growth. Parkview outperformed the district average in students who made more than 1 year's growth based on the WIDA assessment. 92% of the students made some type of growth. With this high of increase, Parkview would have been recognized by the state as an Exemplary School, if we had a higher enrollment.