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NCLB SCHOOL DISTRICT AND STATE PUBLIC ACCOUNTABILITY REPORT

The School Public Accountability Report contains several types of data (indicators) designed to inform parents and the general public about the progress of Florida's public schools. This report meets the public reporting requirements of the federal No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Act and includes certain additional information of interest on the status of Florida's schools.

OCTOBER MEMBERSHIP

READINESS TO START SCHOOL

GRADUATION RATE AND PREPARATION FOR POSTSECONDARY EDUCATION

STUDENT PERFORMANCE

SCHOOL SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENT

TEACHERS AND STAFF

FLORIDA SCHOOL PERFORMANCE GRADE AND ADEQUATE YEARLY PROGRESS (AYP)

STUDENT DEMOGRAPHICS

October Membership

The following table provides information on the composition of the student population at the school, district, and state levels.

Racial/Ethnic Group Number of Students
Enrolled in October
School % District % State %
  Female Male 2007-08 2006-07 2007-08 2006-07 2007-08 2006-07
WHITE 3 5 9.2 4.2 9.2 9.4 45.9 46.8
BLACK 16 24 46.0 47.2 26.3 26.9 23.1 23.1
HISPANIC 19 18 42.5 45.8 62.0 61.2 24.7 24.2
ASIAN         1.2 1.2 2.4 2.3
AM.INDIAN         0.1 0.1 0.3 0.3
MULTIRACIAL   2 2.3 2.8 1.3 1.3 3.6 3.3
                 
DISABLED         11.4 11.6 14.4 14.7
ECONOMICALLY DISADVANTAGED 19 31 57.5 47.2 59.3 59.0 45.9 45.4
ELL 1   1.1   24.6 25.2 11.9 11.8
MIGRANT         0.2 0.2 0.5 0.7
                 
FEMALE 38   43.7 50.0 48.8 48.8 48.7 48.6
MALE   49 56.3 50.0 51.2 51.2 51.3 51.4
                 
TOTAL 87 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

READINESS TO START SCHOOL

Florida requires that communities and schools collaborate to prepare children and families for children's success in school.

Kindergarten screening for school readiness

Kindergarten students were screened during the first 30 calendar days of the beginning of school using the Florida Kindergarten Readiness Screener (FLKRS). The FLKRS is made up of a subset of the Early Childhood Observation System (ECHOS)- an observational instrument that is used to monitor the skills, knowledge, and behaviors a student demonstrates or needs to develop- and two probes of the Dynamic Indicators of Basic Early Literacy Skills (DIBELS)- Letter Naming Fluency (LNF) and Initial Sound Fluency (ISF).

The benchmarks used in scoring for the ECHOS include the following:

The benchmarks used in scoring on the DIBELS are as follows:


  Number of Students and
Where They
Were Placed
School % District % State %
Category 2007-08 2007-08 2006-07 2007-08 2006-07 2007-08 2006-07
               
ECHOS Ready*
0 0 0 87 84 88 86
ECHOS Not Ready
0 0 0 13 16 12 86
               
DIBELS LNF Ready**
0 0 0 69 67 72 70
DIBELS LNF Not Ready
0 0 0 31 33 28 70
DIBELS ISF Ready**
0 0 0 59 56 65 63
DIBELS ISF Not Ready
0 0 0 41 44 35 63

*To be considered "ready" on this measure, the student must score Consistently Demonstrating or Emerging/Progressing.
**To be considered "ready" on either of these two measures, the student must score Above Average or Low Risk.

GRADUATION RATE AND PREPARATION FOR POSTSECONDARY EDUCATION

Florida high schools strive to ensure that students graduate and are prepared to enter the workforce and postsecondary education.

Graduation rate (with special diploma recipients counted as non-graduates)

The graduation rate shows the percentage of students who graduated within four years of initial entry into ninth grade. Graduates include students who received a standard high school diploma or a State of Florida diploma earned through a GED Exit Option program. These results are used in the calculation of schools' Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP).

  School % District % State %
  2006-07 2005-06 2006-07 2005-06 2006-07 2005-06
ALL STUDENTS 26.1 43.8 63.0 58.5 69.8 68.3
             
WHITE 33.3 33.3 76.4 72.5 78.9 77.6
BLACK 21.4 33.3 52.7 47.5 54.6 52.8
HISPANIC 33.3 60.0 64.8 60.5 63.6 61.2
ASIAN   100.0 82.5 82.8 82.4 82.5
AM.INDIAN     72.2 74.1 72.3 73.1
MULTIRACIAL     75.6 73.3 73.8 73.9
             
DISABLED     38.0 36.0 38.0 37.4
ECONOMICALLY DISADVANTAGED 33.3 50.0 58.2 52.9 56.0 53.6
ELL     47.1 45.9 48.2 46.3
MIGRANT     45.2 23.6 48.2 42.9
             
FEMALE 21.4 77.8 67.3 63.7 73.9 72.5
MALE 33.3   58.7 53.5 65.8 64.2

Graduation rate (with GED-based diploma recipients counted as non-graduates)

This is a modified version of the graduation rate that counts the following diploma recipients as graduates: students who received a standard diploma, and students with disabilities who completed the requirements of their individualized education plan (IEP) and received a special diploma. Students who were awarded a GED-based diploma are counted as non-graduates. These results are not used for the AYP calculation.


  School % District % State %
  2006-07 2005-06 2006-07 2005-06 2006-07 2005-06
ALL STUDENTS 26.1 37.5 63.4 58.7 70.3 68.9
             
WHITE 33.3 33.3 76.1 71.8 78.6 77.4
BLACK 21.4 33.3 54.1 48.6 56.9 55.3
HISPANIC 33.3 60.0 64.9 60.5 64.3 62.0
ASIAN     82.8 82.3 82.2 82.3
AM.INDIAN     72.2 77.8 71.8 73.1
MULTIRACIAL     73.8 73.3 72.3 73.0
             

High school dropout rate

Dropouts are students who leave school before graduation and do not enroll in another institution or educational program before the end of the school year. Percentages show by race and gender the proportion of students from the total 9-12 enrollment who dropped out of school.

Racial/Ethnic Group Number of Dropouts
During the School Year
School % District % State %
  Female Male 2006-07 2005-06 2006-07 2005-06 2006-07 2005-06
WHITE       23.1 4.2 4.9 2.4 2.6
BLACK 2 1 5.9 8.1 7.4 8.7 4.7 4.7
HISPANIC 4 4 17.4 2.8 5.3 6.2 3.9 4.3
ASIAN         3.6 2.8 1.7 1.5
AM.INDIAN         3.9 4.3 2.6 3.1
MULTIRACIAL         3.1 4.7 2.3 2.6
                 
FEMALE 6   11.1 5.4 5.1 5.8 2.9 3.1
MALE   5 9.4 10.3 6.5 7.6 3.7 3.8
                 
TOTAL 11 10.3 7.9 5.8 6.7 3.3 3.5

College Placement Test Results

2006 high school graduates who passed college entry-level placement tests (reading, writing, and mathematics)

Shown in the tables are the reported numbers of 2006 (calendar year) graduates who enrolled in Florida public community colleges or universities between May 2006 and April 2007, who entered a degree program, and who took college preparatory placement tests. Also shown are the number and percentage of students who passed these placement tests and who are considered ready for college courses in each academic area. Students who did not attend a Florida public community college or state university, such as those who attended out-of-state or private colleges and universities, are not included.

Racial/Ethnic Group Number of Graduates Who Took
College Placement Reading Tests
Number Who Passed
Reading Placement Tests
School % District % State %
WHITE*          
BLACK*          
HISPANIC*          
ASIAN*          
AM.INDIAN*          
OTHER*          
           
FEMALE       68.9 77.2
MALE       69.6 77.8
UNKNOWN          
           
TOTAL       69.3 77.5

Racial/Ethnic Group Number of Graduates Who Took
College Placement Writing Tests
Number Who Passed
Writing Placement Tests
School % District % State %
WHITE*          
BLACK*          
HISPANIC*          
ASIAN*          
AM.INDIAN*          
OTHER*          
           
FEMALE       81.4 84.8
MALE       78.3 82.5
UNKNOWN          
           
TOTAL       80.1 83.9

Racial/Ethnic Group Number of Graduates Who Took
College Placement Math Tests
Number Who Passed
Math Placement Tests
School% District % State %
WHITE*          
BLACK*          
HISPANIC*          
ASIAN*          
AM.INDIAN*          
OTHER*          
           
FEMALE       56.5 67.6
MALE       61.3 73.0
UNKNOWN          
           
TOTAL       58.6 70.0

* Additional information is available at http://www.fldoe.org/articulation/perfcpt.

# A pound sign(#) indicates a number less than 10.

STUDENT PERFORMANCE

Florida's students are expected to compete at the highest levels nationally and internationally and become prepared to make well-reasoned, thoughtful, and healthy lifelong decisions.

Standardized Tests

Although test scores should not be used to draw absolute conclusions about student learning and performance, they provide measured results of student progress toward educational goals. The tests administered to Florida students are described below.

Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test (FCAT)

The FCAT measures student performance in writing, reading, and mathematics. The FCAT has two main parts: one part consisting of tests that measure skills prescribed by the Sunshine State Standards and the other part consisting of norm-referenced tests that rank student performance on a percentile basis.

Alternate Assessments for Students with Disabilities

An alternate assessment for students with disabilities is a performance-based assessment designed to evaluate the progress of students with disabilities on the Sunshine State Standards for special diploma measures. Alternate assessments are used with students who are functioning at a cognitive level such that they would not be expected to participate in FCAT, would not be expected to graduate from school with a standard diploma, and for whom the traditional state and district assessment program is not an appropriate measure of performance. Alternate assessments for students with disabilities are given for writing/communication, reading, and math.

Alternate Assessments for Students who are English Language Learners

Students who are English Language Learners (ELL) and who have been in an English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) program for a year or less may be individually exempted from the FCAT. In these limited circumstances, locally developed alternate assessments are used to evaluate the academic performance of the student. Alternate assessments for ELL students are given for writing, reading, and math.

I . FCAT Sunshine State Standards Tests

The FCAT Sunshine State Standards (SSS) tests measure student performance on selected benchmarks defined by the Sunshine State Standards. Students who take an alternate assessment have their results reported in categorical classifications that include the designation of "Proficient" so that their performance is counted with those of other students.

Note: Assessment results on the following tables reflect FCAT Sunshine State Standards data combined with alternate assessment data. Results show proficiency attainment for students who were in attendance during both semesters of the school year.

Writing Assessment

For this assessment, students are given 45 minutes to read their assigned topic, plan what to write, and then write their responses. Scores range from 1.0 (lowest) to 6.0 (highest). Alternate assessments have been merged with the FCAT scores for reporting purposes.

  Writing Assessment Results
(Sunshine State Standards and Alternate Assessments)
  Percent of Students Scoring 3 and Above
  School % District % State %
  2007-08 2006-07 2007-08 2006-07 2007-08 2006-07
ALL STUDENTS 97 94 92 92 92 93
             
WHITE N N 96 96 94 94
BLACK N 92 90 90 90 90
HISPANIC N 100 92 92 91 91
ASIAN N N 96 95 95 96
AM.INDIAN N N 94 95 93 94
MULTIRACIAL* N N 97 96 94 94
             
DISABLED N N 75 73 76 75
ECONOMICALLY DISADVANTAGED N 92 90 90 89 89
ELL N N 79 81 81 83
MIGRANT* N N 87 82 85 84
             
FEMALE* N 100 94 94 95 95
MALE* N 90 89 89 89 90

*Indicates subgroups not included as separate sub-populations in the Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) calculation.

Note: An "N" indicates that no test results were reported.

Reading and Mathematics Assessments

On the FCAT SSS reading and mathematics tests, students can attain one of five possible achievement levels, ranging from Level 1 (lowest) to Level 5 (highest).

Student Achievement Level Descriptions

Level 5: Performance at this level indicates that the student has success with the most challenging content of the Sunshine State Standards. A Level 5 student answers most of the test questions correctly, including the most challenging questions.
Level 4: Performance at this level indicates that the student has success with the challenging content of the Sunshine State Standards. A Level 4 student answers most of the test questions correctly but may only have some success with questions that reflect the most challenging content.
Level 3: Performance at this level indicates that the student has partial success with the challenging content of the Sunshine State Standards, but performance is inconsistent. A Level 3 student answers many of the test questions correctly but is generally less successful with questions that are most challenging.
Level 2: Performance at this level indicates that the student has limited success with the challenging content of the Sunshine State Standards.
Level 1: Performance at this level indicates that the student has little success with the challenging content of the Sunshine State Standards.

Results of alternate assessments have been merged with the FCAT scores for reporting purposes.

  Mathematics Assessment Results (Sunshine State Standards and Alternate Assessments)
  Percent of Students Scoring 3 and Above
  School % District % State %
  2007-08 Results State Objective % Not Tested 2007-08 Results State Objective % Not Tested 2007-08 Results State Objective % Not Tested
ALL STUDENTS 44 62 0 61 62 1 66 62 3
                   
WHITE N 62 N 79 62 1 76 62 3
BLACK N 62 N 46 62 1 47 62 3
HISPANIC N 62 N 64 62 1 61 62 2
ASIAN N 62 N 86 62 0 85 62 2
AM.INDIAN N 62 N 72 62 0 71 62 3
MULTIRACIAL* N 62 N 75 62 0 70 62 3
                   
DISABLED N 62 N 33 62 2 38 62 4
ECONOMICALLY DISADVANTAGED 37 62 0 55 62 1 54 62 2
ELL N 62 N 52 62 0 47 62 2
MIGRANT* N 62 N 50 62 0 49 62 3
                   
FEMALE* N 62 N 61 62 1 66 62 2
MALE* N 62 N 61 62 1 66 62 3
                   

* Indicates subgroups not included as separate sub-populations in the Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) calculation.

Note: An "N" indicates that no test results were reported.


  Reading Assessment Results (Sunshine State Standards and Alternate Assessments)
  Percent of Students Scoring 3 and Above
  School % District % State %
  2007-08 Results State Objective % Not Tested 2007-08 Results State Objective % Not Tested 2007-08 Results State Objective % Not Tested
ALL STUDENTS 18 58 0 54 58 1 60 58 3
                   
WHITE N 58 N 75 58 0 71 58 3
BLACK N 58 N 40 58 1 42 58 3
HISPANIC N 58 N 56 58 1 53 58 2
ASIAN N 58 N 75 58 0 75 58 2
AM.INDIAN N 58 N 65 58 1 64 58 3
MULTIRACIAL* N 58 N 72 58 0 68 58 3
                   
DISABLED N 58 N 29 58 2 34 58 4
ECONOMICALLY DISADVANTAGED 7 58 0 48 58 1 48 58 2
ELL N 58 N 40 58 0 37 58 2
MIGRANT* N 58 N 33 58 0 36 58 3
                   
FEMALE* N 58 N 56 58 1 62 58 2
MALE* N 58 N 52 58 1 58 58 3
                   

* Indicates subgroups not included as separate sub-populations in the Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) calculation.

Note: An "N" indicates that no test results were reported.


Assessment Results by Grade: Percent Scoring at Level 3 or Above
(FCAT Sunshine State Standards and Alternate Assessments)

  Reading Math
School 2007-08 2006-07 2007-08 2006-07
Grade 3        
Grade 4        
Grade 5        
Grade 6        
Grade 7        
Grade 8        
Grade 9 31 17 50 26
Grade 10 10   41 27

  Reading Math
District 2007-08 2006-07 2007-08 2006-07
Grade 3 67 63 75 71
Grade 4 66 65 69 68
Grade 5 63 67 58 54
Grade 6 58 56 48 45
Grade 7 60 59 57 56
Grade 8 50 41 63 55
Grade 9 39 34 59 51
Grade 10 30 26 61 55

  Reading Math
State Totals 2007-08 2006-07 2007-08 2006-07
Grade 3 73 69 77 74
Grade 4 70 69 71 69
Grade 5 68 72 62 59
Grade 6 64 62 53 51
Grade 7 65 63 61 60
Grade 8 54 49 67 63
Grade 9 47 42 66 61
Grade 10 38 34 68 65

Percentage of Students Scoring at Each FCAT Achievement Level, 2007-08*

* Indicates subgroups not included as separate sub-populations in the AYP calculation.

Note: An "N" indicates that no test results were reported.

  SCIENCE  
  School % District % State %  
GRADE 05 L1 L2 L3 L4 L5     L1 L2 L3 L4 L5     L1 L2 L3 L4 L5  
ALL STUDENTS   26 34 30 7 2   23 33 32 9 3  
WHITE   12 27 40 16 6   13 30 40 13 4  
BLACK   39 37 21 3 1   41 37 19 2 0  
HISPANIC   23 35 33 8 2   27 36 29 6 1  
ASIAN   10 25 37 20 8   13 26 38 17 6  
AM. INDIAN   8 62 15 8 8   19 34 35 10 2  
MULTIRACIAL*   15 26 42 12 5   18 35 35 9 3  
DISABLED   53 29 15 2 0   45 32 19 3 1  
ECO. DISADVANTAGED   31 35 27 5 1   32 37 26 4 1  
ELL   66 23 10 1 0   54 33 12 1 0  
MIGRANT*   0 0 33 67 0   37 41 19 2 1  
FEMALE*   26 36 30 7 2   24 35 31 8 2  
MALE*   26 33 31 8 2   22 32 33 10 3  

* Indicates subgroups not included as separate sub-populations in the AYP calculation.

Note: An "N" indicates that no test results were reported.

  SCIENCE  
  School % District % State %  
GRADE 08 L1 L2 L3 L4 L5     L1 L2 L3 L4 L5     L1 L2 L3 L4 L5  
ALL STUDENTS   32 33 28 6 2   27 33 31 7 2  
WHITE   14 29 40 12 5   16 31 39 11 3  
BLACK   45 34 18 2 0   46 35 17 2 0  
HISPANIC   30 34 29 5 1   33 35 27 5 1  
ASIAN   11 20 40 20 10   12 27 41 14 6  
AM. INDIAN   0 43 33 14 10   20 35 35 7 3  
MULTIRACIAL*   18 29 39 12 3   21 34 35 8 2  
DISABLED   68 22 9 1 0   59 26 13 2 0  
ECO. DISADVANTAGED   39 33 24 3 1   38 34 24 3 1  
ELL   75 19 5 0 0   70 24 6 0 0  
MIGRANT*   50 50 0 0 0   50 34 15 1 0  
FEMALE*   31 36 27 5 1   27 36 30 6 2  
MALE*   32 31 29 7 2   26 30 33 9 2  

* Indicates subgroups not included as separate sub-populations in the AYP calculation.

Note: An "N" indicates that no test results were reported.

  SCIENCE  
  School % District % State %  
GRADE 11 L1 L2 L3 L4 L5     L1 L2 L3 L4 L5     L1 L2 L3 L4 L5  
ALL STUDENTS 13 63 25 0 0   38 33 24 4 0   29 33 31 6 1  
WHITE N N N N N   17 30 40 11 2   17 32 40 9 1  
BLACK 17 67 17 0 0   52 33 14 1 0   49 35 15 1 0  
HISPANIC 0 50 50 0 0   35 34 26 4 0   36 35 25 4 0  
ASIAN N N N N N   13 25 44 15 3   17 28 42 11 2  
AM. INDIAN N N N N N   9 27 55 9 0   18 37 35 9 1  
MULTIRACIAL* N N N N N   16 36 38 10 1   21 34 37 7 1  
DISABLED N N N N N   73 18 8 1 0   62 24 12 1 0  
ECO. DISADVANTAGED 20 60 20 0 0   45 34 19 2 0   42 34 22 2 0  
ELL N N N N N   78 18 4 0 0   75 20 5 0 0  
MIGRANT* N N N N N   N N N N N   49 33 15 2 0  
FEMALE* 25 75 0 0 0   39 36 22 3 0   29 38 29 4 0  
MALE* 0 50 50 0 0   35 30 28 6 1   28 29 34 8 1  

* Indicates subgroups not included as separate sub-populations in the AYP calculation.

Note: An "N" indicates that no test results were reported.

  READING  
  School % District % State %  
GRADE ALL L1 L2 L3 L4 L5     L1 L2 L3 L4 L5     L1 L2 L3 L4 L5  
ALL STUDENTS 38 46 13 4 0   25 21 30 18 6   20 20 31 21 7  
WHITE 0 33 33 33 0   10 15 31 30 14   12 17 33 27 11  
BLACK 53 40 7 0 0   36 25 26 11 2   33 26 28 11 2  
HISPANIC 34 52 10 3 0   22 21 31 20 6   24 22 31 18 5  
ASIAN N N N N N   11 14 28 30 17   10 14 30 29 16  
AM. INDIAN N N N N N   16 20 35 20 10   16 20 34 23 8  
MULTIRACIAL* N N N N N   12 17 31 28 13   14 18 34 26 9  
DISABLED N N N N N   55 20 18 6 1   49 21 21 8 2  
ECO. DISADVANTAGED 45 45 6 3 0   30 22 29 15 3   28 23 30 15 3  
ELL N N N N N   67 15 13 4 0   52 21 21 6 1  
MIGRANT* N N N N N   13 25 25 31 6   38 25 27 9 1  
FEMALE* 39 50 4 7 0   22 21 31 20 6   18 20 32 22 8  
MALE* 37 42 21 0 0   26 21 29 18 5   22 20 31 20 7  

* Indicates subgroups not included as separate sub-populations in the AYP calculation.

Note: An "N" indicates that no test results were reported.

  MATH  
  School % District % State %  
GRADE ALL L1 L2 L3 L4 L5     L1 L2 L3 L4 L5     L1 L2 L3 L4 L5  
ALL STUDENTS 10 46 38 4 2   18 21 31 22 8   15 19 32 24 10  
WHITE 0 0 100 0 0   8 13 30 32 17   9 15 32 30 14  
BLACK 13 60 27 0 0   28 26 29 13 3   27 27 30 13 3  
HISPANIC 10 45 38 3 3   15 20 33 23 9   17 21 33 21 7  
ASIAN N N N N N   5 9 22 35 30   5 10 25 33 27  
AM. INDIAN N N N N N   7 21 31 27 13   12 18 33 26 11  
MULTIRACIAL* N N N N N   10 16 30 29 16   11 19 33 26 11  
DISABLED N N N N N   47 24 20 7 2   41 24 23 10 3  
ECO. DISADVANTAGED 9 52 33 3 3   22 23 31 18 5   22 24 32 17 5  
ELL N N N N N   42 24 22 9 2   36 26 25 10 2  
MIGRANT* N N N N N   13 13 31 31 13   22 25 34 16 3  
FEMALE* 11 61 25 0 4   17 22 32 21 8   14 20 33 24 9  
MALE* 11 26 58 5 0   19 20 30 22 9   16 18 31 24 11  

II. FCAT Norm-Referenced Test (NRT)

The FCAT NRT measures student achievement on a test that was given to a national sample of students. Percentile scores on a norm-referenced test show a student's performance in relation to the performance of students in the national sample. For example, a score in the 60th percentile means the student has scored higher than 60% of the students in the national sample.

NRT Reading, Mathematics

The median national percentile rank (NPR) represents the middle percentile score of the students for whom results are presented. A median NPR of 50 equals the national average.

NRT Results

Subject (Grade) Number Tested* Median National Percentile Rank
  School School District State
Reading (Gr. 3)     56 60
Mathematics (Gr. 3)     58 63
Reading (Gr. 4)     66 69
Mathematics (Gr. 4)     68 71
Reading (Gr. 5)     70 73
Mathematics (Gr. 5)     72 77
Reading (Gr. 6)     58 65
Mathematics (Gr. 6)     64 71
Reading (Gr. 7)     63 70
Mathematics (Gr. 7)     67 72
Reading (Gr. 8)     62 68
Mathematics (Gr. 8)     70 74
Reading (Gr. 9) 20 54 58 67
Mathematics (Gr. 9) 20 59 67 73
Reading (Gr. 10) 29 60 62 71
Mathematics (Gr. 10) 29 39 55 63

SCHOOL SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENT

Schools and communities must provide an environment that is drug free and protects the health, safety, and civil rights of everyone in the school.

School environmental safety: reported incidents*

The most recent full-year school-level data on reported incidents is available at the Florida School Indicators report website at http://data.fldoe.org/fsir. (See "Incidents of Crime and Violence.") District-level reports are available at http://www.fldoe.org/safeschools/discipline.asp.

The No Child Left Behind Act provides for an Unsafe School Choice Option, which ensures that students who attend a school that has been identified as persistently dangerous are allowed the option of attending another school within the same district.

For the 2007-08 school year, no Florida public school was identified as persistently dangerous.*

*pending review of complete full-year data

TEACHERS AND STAFF

Schools, districts, and the state ensure that teachers and staff are professionally qualified. School boards must provide a learning environment conducive to teaching and learning.

New Staff

The table shows the number and percentage of instructional staff and school-based administrators who were newly hired at this school in 2007-08.

Staff Type Total Number
for 2007-08
Number Newly Hired
for 2007-08
School % District % State %
Instructional Staff 11 2 18.2 17.3 19.6
School-Based Administrators 2 0 0.0 23.0 20.1
Total 13 2 15.4 17.6 19.7

The Professional Qualifications of Teachers

Degree Level

This table shows the number and percentage of teachers at each degree level.

  School % District % State %
Degree Level Number 2007-08 2006-07 2007-08 2006-07 2007-08 2006-07
Bachelor's Degree 4 40.0 66.7 59.1 59.6 66.0 66.1
Master's Degree 5 50.0 33.3 33.1 32.7 30.9 31.1
Specialist Degree       6.0 6.0 2.1 1.9
Doctorate 1 10.0   1.8 1.7 1.0 0.9
Total All Degrees 10 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

Percentage of Teachers Teaching with Emergency or Provisional Credentials

Florida has no non-certified teachers, although some teachers may be temporarily assigned to areas outside their field of specialization. Data on classes taught by teachers out of field is provided in the following table.

In-Field and Out-of-Field Teachers

The following chart shows the percentage of core academic classes taught by teachers teaching in-field compared to the percentage of classes taught by teachers teaching out-of-field. When a teacher in a district school system is assigned teaching duties in a class dealing with subject matter that is outside the field in which the teacher is certified, outside the field that was the applicant's minor field of study, or outside the field in which the applicant has demonstrated sufficient subject area expertise, as determined by district school board policy in the subject area to be taught, that teacher is teaching "out-of-field." Core academic subjects are English, reading, language arts, mathematics, science, foreign languages, civics, government, economics, arts, history, and geography.

  School % District % State %
Percentage of Classes with Teachers Teaching In-Field 86.9 94.3 91.2
Percentage of Classes with Teachers Teaching Out-of-Field 13.1 5.7 8.8

Classes Not Taught by Highly Qualified Teachers

The chart below shows the percentage of classes not taught by "Highly Qualified Teachers" in core academic subjects as defined in federal statute. A highly qualified teacher has earned at least a bachelor's degree and holds a Florida teaching certificate with appropriate certification for each core academic area of assignment. Core academic subjects are English, reading, language arts, mathematics, science, foreign languages, civics, government, economics, arts, history, and geography.

  School % District % State %
    All Schools High-Poverty Schools* Low-Poverty Schools* All Schools High-Poverty Schools* Low-Poverty Schools*
Classes Not Taught by Highly Qualified Teachers 14.3 10.1 9.6 14.8 8.6 9.2 8.5

*High poverty schools are schools ranking in the top 25% of schools based on the percentage of students eligible for free/reduced-price lunch. Low poverty schools rank in bottom quartile of schools based on free/reduced-price lunch enrollment. That is, low poverty schools have the lowest enrollment in free/reduced-price lunch as a percentage of total membership.

FLORIDA SCHOOL PERFORMANCE GRADE AND ADEQUATE YEARLY PROGRESS (AYP)

School Performance Grade

Public schools in Florida are graded annually based on student performance on the FCAT and the percentage of students making learning gains. Schools are assigned a letter grade (A through F) corresponding with their rated performance, with grade A representing the highest performance rating and grade F representing a failed rating. A rating of I indicates that grading is incomplete. A grade of N indicates that the school is not graded. While the vast majority of Florida's schools receive a performance grade, certain types of schools are exempt from grading, including exceptional student education (ESE) centers and Department of Juvenile Justice (DJJ) facilities.

2007-08 School Performance Grade*: F

*Certain school grades may be subject to modification pending appeal.

For more information on school grades and grading procedures, contact your principal's office or your local school board, or visit the web page at http://schoolgrades.fldoe.org.

NCLB Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) Report

Federal NCLB legislation requires schools to report Adequate Yearly Progress based on annual objectives for students in reading, mathematics, and writing, as well as the high school graduation rate. A separate report that presents and explains AYP results for your school, your school district, and the state is distributed in conjunction with this document and is also available from the office of your school's principal and/or your local school board. The AYP report also includes information on schools identified for school improvement. Detailed information on school, district, and state AYP is available at http://schoolgrades.fldoe.org/default.asp.

REPORTING REQUIREMENTS OF FEDERAL NCLB LEGISLATION


A. Notice of School Improvement Status and Options

School districts are responsible for identifying Title I schools as schools in need of improvement when they fail to make AYP in consecutive years. School districts must notify parents when their child's school has been identified for school improvement, for corrective action, or for restructuring. The school district must also include an explanation of the parents' option to transfer their child to another public school, with transportation provided when required, or to obtain supplemental educational services. Sec. 1116(b)(6).


School improvement status is indicated by the school performance grade and AYP status included herein.


B. State's Obligation to Assist Schools and Districts in Reporting

The Department of Education shall ensure that each school district collects appropriate data and includes in each school's annual report the information included in the state annual report card as well as the number and percentage of schools identified for school improvement and how long the schools have been so identified. Sec. 1111(h)(2)(B).


C. Notice of Local Education Agency (LEA) Improvement Status

Parents of students attending a school in a district identified for improvement are entitled to know why the school district was identified for improvement. The state is responsible for providing an explanation to parents in an easily understood format. The explanation must include information on how parents can assist in the improvement efforts. Sec. 1116(c)(6).


Additional required information is included in the accompanying Adequate Yearly Progress Report.


Additional statistics and information of interest may be found in the Florida School Indicators Report on the department's website at http://www.fldoe.org or at http://data.fldoe.org/fsir .


Measuring Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) to Meet Requirements of No Child Left Behind (NCLB)

The No Child Left Behind Act requires states to evaluate the performance of all students in all schools in order to determine whether each school and district has made Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP). Specific criteria for AYP evaluations are described below. All schools that do not make AYP are identified. School districts are responsible for identifying Title I schools as in need of improvement when they fail to make AYP in consecutive years. For the 2008-09 school year, requirements for school improvements apply to Title I schools that did not make AYP in 2006-07 and 2007-08.* Students attending these schools are eligible for public school choice options for the 2008-09 school year. Title I schools that fail to make AYP for more than two consecutive years are required to provide additional services to students and to implement defined strategies for improving school performance.

* AYP results are evaluated separately for mathematics and reading in determining whether proficiency targets were missed in consecutive years and in targeting areas for improvement.

Each school's AYP determination is based on measures of the performance of the overall student population as well as that of students in defined subgroups: racial/ethnic groups (Am. Indian, Asian, black, Hispanic and white); students eligible for free/reduced-price lunch; English Language Learners (ELL); and students with disabilities.

AYP Criteria for Florida's Public Schools

  • Participation in Testing
  • Writing Proficiency
  • Graduation Rate
  • School Performance Grade
  • Reading Proficiency and Math Proficiency
  • Safe Harbor Provision
  • The latest information on AYP can be accessed online at http://schoolgrades.fldoe.org/default.asp.

    AYP Status, 2007-08 (Indicates status prior to the end of the appeals period.)

    The table below shows the AYP status of the school, district, and state for the 2007-08 school year. Data used to calculate AYP for 2007-08 includes FCAT data for 2007-08 and 2006-07, graduation rate data for 2006-07 and 2005-06, and the school performance grade assigned in 2008.

    School AYP Status District AYP Status State AYP Status
    N N N

    Key: N = "did not make AYP" Y = "Made AYP" T = "School Too Small"*" I = "Incomplete"

    *Certain schools fall below federal minimum enrollment requirements for evaluation of AYP criteria.

    The following table shows the schools in your district that did not make AYP.

    Schools That Did Not Make AYP in the District, 2007-08

    District Number School Number School Name
    13 40 LIBERTY CITY CHARTER SCHOOL
    13 72 SUMMERVILLE CHARTER SCHOOL
    13 81 LENORA BRAYNON SMITH ELEMENTARY
    13 91 BOB GRAHAM EDUCATION CENTER
    13 101 ARCOLA LAKE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
    13 102 MIAMI COMMUNITY CHARTER SCHOOL
    13 111 MAYA ANGELOU ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
    13 121 AUBURNDALE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
    13 161 AVOCADO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
    13 261 BEL-AIRE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
    13 271 BENT TREE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
    13 300 ROSA PARKS CHARTER SCHOOL
    13 302 EXCEL ACADEMY CHARTER SCHOOL
    13 311 GOULDS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
    13 332 SOMERSET SILVER PALMS K-8
    13 361 BISCAYNE GARDENS ELEMENTARY
    13 401 VAN E. BLANTON ELEMENTARY SCHL
    13 441 BLUE LAKES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
    13 451 BOWMAN FOSTER ASHE ELEMENTARY
    13 521 BROADMOOR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
    13 561 W. J. BRYAN ELEMENTARY
    13 641 BUNCHE PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
    13 651 CAMPBELL DRIVE ELEMENTARY SCHL
    13 661 CARIBBEAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
    13 721 GEORGE W. CARVER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
    13 761 FIENBERG/FISHER K-8 CENTER
    13 771 WILLIAM A. CHAPMAN ELEM. SCHL
    13 801 CITRUS GROVE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
    13 831 CLAUDE PEPPER ELEMENTARY SCHL
    13 841 COCONUT GROVE ELEMENTARY SCHL
    13 861 COLONIAL DRIVE ELEMENTARY SCHL
    13 881 COMSTOCK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
    13 921 NEVA KING COOPER EDUCATIONAL CENTER
    13 961 CORAL GABLES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
    13 1010 THE CHARTER SCHOOL AT WATERSTONE
    13 1041 CORAL REEF ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
    13 1081 CORAL TERRACE ELEMENTARY SCHL
    13 1121 CORAL WAY K-8 CENTER
    13 1281 CYPRESS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
    13 1361 FREDERICK R. DOUGLASS ELEM.
    13 1371 MARJORY STONEMAN DOUGLAS ELEM
    13 1401 CHARLES R DREW ELEMENTARY SCHL
    13 1441 PAUL LAURENCE DUNBAR ELEM.SCHL
    13 1481 JOHN G. DUPUIS ELEMENTARY SCHL
    13 1521 AMELIA EARHART ELEMENTARY SCHL
    13 1561 EARLINGTON HEIGHTS ELEM. SCHL
    13 1601 EDISON PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
    13 1641 EMERSON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
    13 1681 LILLIE C. EVANS ELEM. SCHOOL
    13 1881 HENRY M. FLAGLER ELEM. SCHOOL
    13 2001 FLORIDA CITY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
    13 2021 GLORIA FLOYD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
    13 2041 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN ELEM. SCHOOL
    13 2081 FULFORD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
    13 2111 HIALEAH GARDENS ELEM. SCHOOL
    13 2161 GOLDEN GLADES ELEMENTARY SCHL
    13 2241 GRATIGNY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
    13 2261 GREENGLADE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
    13 2321 GULFSTREAM ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
    13 2341 JOE HALL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
    13 2351 ENEIDA M. HARTNER ELEM. SCHOOL
    13 2501 HOLMES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
    13 2511 ZORA NEALE HURSTON ELEMENTARY
    13 2521 OLIVER HOOVER ELEMENTARY SCHL
    13 2541 HOWARD DRIVE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
    13 2641 KENDALE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
    13 2651 KENDALE LAKES ELEMENTARY SCHL
    13 2661 KENSINGTON PARK ELEM. SCHOOL
    13 2701 KENWOOD K-8 CENTER
    13 2761 MARTIN LUTHER KING ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
    13 2781 KINLOCH PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
    13 2801 LAKE STEVENS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
    13 2821 LAKEVIEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
    13 2861 YWAACD@JRE LEE OPPORTUNITY SCHOOL
    13 2901 LEISURE CITY K-8 CENTER
    13 2911 LINDA LENTIN K-8 CENTER
    13 2941 LAURA C. SAUNDERS ELEM. SCHOOL
    13 2981 LIBERTY CITY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
    13 3021 LITTLE RIVER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
    13 3041 LORAH PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
    13 3051 TOUSSAINT L'OUVERTURE ELEM.
    13 3061 LUDLAM ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
    13 3141 MEADOWLANE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
    13 3181 MELROSE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
    13 3261 MIAMI HEIGHTS ELEMENTARY SCHL
    13 3301 MIAMI PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
    13 3421 M. A. MILAM K-8 CENTER
    13 3501 MORNINGSIDE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
    13 3541 ROBERT RUSSA MOTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
    13 3581 MYRTLE GROVE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
    13 3600 DOWNTOWN MIAMI CHARTER SCHOOL
    13 3610 KEYS GATE CHARTER SCHOOL
    13 3621 NARANJA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
    13 3661 NATURAL BRIDGE ELEMENTARY SCHL
    13 3701 NORLAND ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
    13 3781 BARBARA HAWKINS ELEM. SCHOOL
    13 3821 NORTH COUNTY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
    13 3861 NORTH GLADE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
    13 3901 NORTH HIALEAH ELEMENTARY SCHL
    13 3941 NORTH MIAMI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
    13 4001 NORWOOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
    13 4040 A CHILD'S JOURNEY CHARTER SCHOOL
    13 4060 COOPERATIVE CHARTER SCHOOL
    13 4071 OLINDA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
    13 4121 DR. ROBERT B. INGRAM/OPA-LOCKA ELEMENTARY
    13 4171 ORCHARD VILLA ELEMENTARY SCHL
    13 4221 PALMETTO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
    13 4261 PALM SPRINGS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
    13 4341 PARKWAY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
    13 4391 IRVING & BEATRICE PESKOE ELEM.
    13 4401 KELSEY L. PHARR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
    13 4421 PINECREST ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
    13 4441 PINE LAKE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
    13 4461 PINE VILLA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
    13 4501 POINCIANA PARK ELEMENTARY SCHL
    13 4541 RAINBOW PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
    13 4581 REDLAND ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
    13 4651 ETHEL F. BECKFORD/RICHMOND ELE
    13 4691 JANE S. ROBERTS K-8 CENTER
    13 4721 ROCKWAY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
    13 4741 ROYAL GREEN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
    13 4801 GERTRUDE K. EDLEMAN/SABAL PALM
    13 4841 SANTA CLARA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
    13 4881 SCOTT LAKE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
    13 4921 SEMINOLE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
    13 4961 SHADOWLAWN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
    13 5001 SHENANDOAH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
    13 5003 SOUTH DADE MIDDLE SCHOOL
    13 5005 DAVID LAWRENCE JR. K-8 CENTER
    13 5010 OXFORD ACADEMY OF MIAMI
    13 5021 BEN SHEPPARD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
    13 5041 SILVER BLUFF ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
    13 5081 SKYWAY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
    13 5141 HUBERT O. SIBLEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
    13 5281 SOUTH MIAMI HEIGHTS ELEMENTARY
    13 5421 SUNSET PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
    13 5441 SYLVANIA HEIGHTS ELEM. SCHOOL
    13 5521 TROPICAL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
    13 5561 FRANCES S. TUCKER ELEM. SCHOOL
    13 5671 VINELAND K-8 CENTER
    13 5710 SANDOR WIENER SCHOOL OF OPPORTUNITY
    13 5711 MAE M. WALTERS ELEMENTARY SCHL
    13 5791 WEST HOMESTEAD ELEMENTARY SCHL
    13 5861 DR. HENRY W. MACK/WEST LITTLE RIVER ELEM
    13 5901 CARRIE P. MEEK/WESTVIEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
    13 5931 PHYLLIS WHEATLEY ELEM. SCHOOL
    13 5971 NATHAN B. YOUNG ELEM. SCHOOL
    13 5981 DR. EDWARD L. WHIGHAM ELEM.
    13 5991 CHARLES DAVID WYCHE, JR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
    13 6007 CHARTER ON THE BEACH MIDDLE SCHOOL
    13 6008 LAWRENCE ACADEMY
    13 6010 FLORIDA INT'L ACADEMY CHARTER
    13 6011 ALLAPATTAH MIDDLE SCHOOL
    13 6020 ASPIRA YOUTH LEADERSHIP SCHOOL
    13 6021 ARVIDA MIDDLE SCHOOL
    13 6029 SPIRIT CITY ACADEMY
    13 6031 BROWNSVILLE MIDDLE SCHOOL
    13 6033 MATER ACADEMY LAKES MIDDLE SCHOOL
    13 6041 PAUL W. BELL MIDDLE SCHOOL
    13 6042 MATER GARDENS ACADEMY
    13 6044 EXCEL ACADEMY MIDDLE CHARTER SCHOOL
    13 6048 MIAMI COMMUNITY CHARTER MIDDLE SCHOOL
    13 6051 CAROL CITY MIDDLE SCHOOL
    13 6061 CAMPBELL DRIVE MIDDLE SCHOOL
    13 6070 ASPIRA EUGENIO MARIA DE HOSTOS CHARTER SCHOOL
    13 6081 CENTENNIAL MIDDLE SCHOOL
    13 6091 CITRUS GROVE MIDDLE SCHOOL
    13 6111 CUTLER RIDGE MIDDLE SCHOOL
    13 6121 RUBEN DARIO MIDDLE SCHOOL
    13 6131 HOWARD A. DOOLIN MIDDLE SCHOOL
    13 6141 CHARLES R. DREW MIDDLE SCHOOL
    13 6151 DORAL MIDDLE SCHOOL
    13 6161 LAWTON CHILES MIDDLE SCHOOL
    13 6171 HENRY H. FILER MIDDLE SCHOOL
    13 6211 GLADES MIDDLE SCHOOL
    13 6221 HAMMOCKS MIDDLE SCHOOL
    13 6231 HIALEAH MIDDLE SCHOOL
    13 6241 HIGHLAND OAKS MIDDLE SCHOOL
    13 6251 HOMESTEAD MIDDLE SCHOOL
    13 6281 THOMAS JEFFERSON MIDDLE SCHOOL
    13 6301 JOHN F. KENNEDY MIDDLE SCHOOL
    13 6331 KINLOCH PARK MIDDLE SCHOOL
    13 6351 LAKE STEVENS MIDDLE SCHOOL
    13 6361 JOSE DE DIEGO MIDDLE SCHOOL
    13 6391 MADISON MIDDLE SCHOOL
    13 6411 HORACE MANN MIDDLE SCHOOL
    13 6421 JOSE MARTI MIDDLE SCHOOL
    13 6431 MAYS COMMUNITY MIDDLE SCHOOL
    13 6441 HOWARD D. MCMILLAN MIDDLE SCHL
    13 6481 MIAMI EDISON MIDDLE SCHOOL
    13 6501 MIAMI LAKES MIDDLE SCHOOL
    13 6521 MIAMI SPRINGS MIDDLE SCHOOL
    13 6541 NAUTILUS MIDDLE SCHOOL
    13 6571 NORLAND MIDDLE SCHOOL
    13 6591 NORTH DADE MIDDLE SCHOOL
    13 6611 COUNTRY CLUB MIDDLE SCHOOL
    13 6631 NORTH MIAMI MIDDLE SCHOOL
    13 6681 PALM SPRINGS MIDDLE SCHOOL
    13 6701 PALMETTO MIDDLE SCHOOL
    13 6721 PARKWAY MIDDLE COMMUNITY SCHL
    13 6741 PONCE DE LEON MIDDLE SCHOOL
    13 6761 REDLAND MIDDLE SCHOOL
    13 6771 JORGE MAS CANOSA MIDDLE SCHOOL
    13 6781 RICHMOND HEIGHTS MIDDLE SCHOOL
    13 6801 RIVIERA MIDDLE SCHOOL
    13 6821 ROCKWAY MIDDLE SCHOOL
    13 6841 SHENANDOAH MIDDLE SCHOOL
    13 6861 SOUTHWOOD MIDDLE SCHOOL
    13 6881 SOUTH MIAMI MIDDLE SCHOOL
    13 6901 W. R. THOMAS MIDDLE SCHOOL
    13 6921 LAMAR LOUISE CURRY MIDDLE SCHL
    13 6961 WEST MIAMI MIDDLE SCHOOL
    13 6981 WESTVIEW MIDDLE SCHOOL
    13 7007 INTERNATIONAL STUDIES CHARTER
    13 7011 AMERICAN SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
    13 7015 LIFE SKILLS CENTER MIAMI-DADE COUNTY
    13 7017 LIFE SKILLS CENTER OPA LOCKA
    13 7018 MATER ACADEMY LAKES HIGH SCHOOL
    13 7020 DORAL ACADEMY CHARTER HIGH SCHOOL
    13 7030 SCHOOL FOR INTEGRATED ACADEMIC (NORTH CAMPUS)
    13 7036 LAWRENCE ACADEMY SENIOR HIGH CHARTER SCHOOL
    13 7037 MATER ACADEMY EAST CHARTER HIGH SCHOOL
    13 7049 WESTLAND HIALEAH SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
    13 7051 G. HOLMES BRADDOCK SENIOR HIGH
    13 7071 CORAL GABLES SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
    13 7111 HIALEAH SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
    13 7121 JOHN A. FERGUSON SR HIGH
    13 7131 HIALEAH-MIAMI LAKES SR. HIGH
    13 7141 DR MICHAEL M. KROP SENIOR HIGH
    13 7151 HOMESTEAD SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
    13 7160 MATER ACADEMY CHARTER HIGH
    13 7201 MIAMI BEACH SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
    13 7231 MIAMI CAROL CITY SENIOR HIGH
    13 7241 RONALD W. REAGAN/DORAL SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
    13 7251 MIAMI CENTRAL SENIOR HIGH SCHL
    13 7254 YMAACD @ MACARTHUR NORTH SH
    13 7271 MIAMI CORAL PARK SENIOR HIGH
    13 7301 MIAMI EDISON SENIOR HIGH SCHL
    13 7341 MIAMI JACKSON SENIOR HIGH SCHL
    13 7361 MIAMI KILLIAN SENIOR HIGH SCHL
    13 7371 ROBERT MORGAN EDUCATIONAL CENTER
    13 7381 MIAMI NORLAND SENIOR HIGH SCHL
    13 7391 MIAMI LAKES EDUCATIONAL CENTER
    13 7411 MIAMI NORTHWESTERN SENIOR HIGH
    13 7431 MIAMI PALMETTO SR. HIGH SCHL
    13 7461 MIAMI SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
    13 7511 MIAMI SPRINGS SENIOR HIGH SCHL
    13 7531 MIAMI SUNSET SENIOR HIGH SCHL
    13 7541 NORTH MIAMI BEACH SENIOR HIGH
    13 7591 NORTH MIAMI SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
    13 7601 WILLIAM H. TURNER TECHNICAL ARTS HIGH SCHOOL
    13 7631 YMAACD @ MACARTHUR SOUTH SH
    13 7701 SOUTH DADE SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
    13 7721 SOUTH MIAMI SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
    13 7731 MIAMI SOUTHRIDGE SENIOR HIGH
    13 7741 SOUTHWEST MIAMI SENIOR HIGH
    13 7751 BARBARA GOLEMAN SENIOR HIGH
    13 7781 FELIX VARELA SENIOR HIGH SCHL
    13 7791 BOOKER T. WASHINGTON SR HIGH
    13 7808 ICARE - BAYPOINT SCHOOLS INC.
    13 7809 ICARE - NORTH
    13 7824 HIALEAH INSTITUTE
    13 7829 LITTLE HAVANA INSTITUTE
    13 7830 MARTIN LUTHER KING ACADEMY
    13 7835 RICHMOND PERRINE OPTIMIST
    13 7839 TROY ACADEMY
    13 7840 TURNER/GUILFORD/KNIGHT
    13 8017 ALTERNATIVE OUTREACH PROGRAM
    13 8019 ACADEMY FOR COMMUNITY ED (ACE)
    13 8022 HIGHWAY TO SUCCESS PROGRAM
    13 8101 YWAACD@JAN MANN OPPORTUNITY SCHOOL
    13 8121 COPE CENTER NORTH
    13 8131 DOROTHY M. WALLACE COPE CENTER
    13 8151 ROBERT RENICK EDUCATION CENTER
    13 8161 CORPORATE ACADEMY NORTH
    13 8171 SCHOOL FOR APPLIED TECHNOLOGY
    13 8181 RUTH OWENS KRUSE EDUCATION CTR
    13 8201 CORPORATE ACADEMY - SOUTH
    13 9732 MERRICK EDUCATIONAL CENTER

    Percentage of Your District's Title I Schools Identified for Improvement

    The table below shows the number and percentage of Title I schools in your district that were identified for improvement in the coming year.

    Number of Title I
    Schools in the District
    Number of Title I Schools
    Identified for Improvement
    Percent of Title I Schools
    Identified for Improvement
    233 171 73.4

    Title I Schools That Did Not Make AYP for At Least Two of the Past Three Years and Were Identified for Improvement

    Students enrolled during 2007-08 in the schools shown below are eligible for public school choice and/or supplemental services in 2008-09.

    District Number School Number School Name Number of
    Years Listed
    13 40 LIBERTY CITY CHARTER SCHOOL 4
    13 81 LENORA BRAYNON SMITH ELEMENTARY 4
    13 101 ARCOLA LAKE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 5
    13 102 MIAMI COMMUNITY CHARTER SCHOOL 2
    13 111 MAYA ANGELOU ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 4
    13 121 AUBURNDALE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 3
    13 161 AVOCADO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 2
    13 261 BEL-AIRE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 5
    13 300 ROSA PARKS CHARTER SCHOOL 5
    13 361 BISCAYNE GARDENS ELEMENTARY 3
    13 401 VAN E. BLANTON ELEMENTARY SCHL 3
    13 461 BRENTWOOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 3
    13 481 JAMES H. BRIGHT ELEMENTARY 2
    13 521 BROADMOOR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 5
    13 561 W. J. BRYAN ELEMENTARY 5
    13 641 BUNCHE PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 4
    13 651 CAMPBELL DRIVE ELEMENTARY SCHL 5
    13 661 CARIBBEAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 5
    13 681 CAROL CITY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 4
    13 761 FIENBERG/FISHER K-8 CENTER 5
    13 771 WILLIAM A. CHAPMAN ELEM. SCHL 5
    13 801 CITRUS GROVE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 3
    13 861 COLONIAL DRIVE ELEMENTARY SCHL 3
    13 881 COMSTOCK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 6
    13 1081 CORAL TERRACE ELEMENTARY SCHL 4
    13 1361 FREDERICK R. DOUGLASS ELEM. 6
    13 1401 CHARLES R DREW ELEMENTARY SCHL 4
    13 1441 PAUL LAURENCE DUNBAR ELEM.SCHL 5
    13 1481 JOHN G. DUPUIS ELEMENTARY SCHL 5
    13 1521 AMELIA EARHART ELEMENTARY SCHL 1
    13 1561 EARLINGTON HEIGHTS ELEM. SCHL 1
    13 1601 EDISON PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 6
    13 1841 FLAGAMI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 1
    13 1881 HENRY M. FLAGLER ELEM. SCHOOL 4
    13 2001 FLORIDA CITY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 5
    13 2041 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN ELEM. SCHOOL 4
    13 2060 THE THEODORE R. AND THELMA A. GIBSON CHARTER 1
    13 2161 GOLDEN GLADES ELEMENTARY SCHL 3
    13 2241 GRATIGNY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 4
    13 2321 GULFSTREAM ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 1
    13 2351 ENEIDA M. HARTNER ELEM. SCHOOL 5
    13 2361 HIALEAH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 2
    13 2501 HOLMES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 5
    13 2511 ZORA NEALE HURSTON ELEMENTARY 2
    13 2531 THENA CROWDER ELEMENTARY SCHL 3
    13 2661 KENSINGTON PARK ELEM. SCHOOL 3
    13 2761 MARTIN LUTHER KING ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 5
    13 2781 KINLOCH PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 1
    13 2801 LAKE STEVENS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 4
    13 2861 YWAACD@JRE LEE OPPORTUNITY SCHOOL 1
    13 2901 LEISURE CITY K-8 CENTER 5
    13 2911 LINDA LENTIN K-8 CENTER 4
    13 2941 LAURA C. SAUNDERS ELEM. SCHOOL 5
    13 2981 LIBERTY CITY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 4
    13 3021 LITTLE RIVER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 5
    13 3041 LORAH PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 2
    13 3051 TOUSSAINT L'OUVERTURE ELEM. 4
    13 3141 MEADOWLANE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 4
    13 3181 MELROSE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 4
    13 3241 MIAMI GARDENS ELEMENTARY SCHL 4
    13 3261 MIAMI HEIGHTS ELEMENTARY SCHL 2
    13 3301 MIAMI PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 3
    13 3421 M. A. MILAM K-8 CENTER 4
    13 3431 PHYLLIS R. MILLER ELEM. SCHOOL 4
    13 3501 MORNINGSIDE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 5
    13 3541 ROBERT RUSSA MOTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 2
    13 3581 MYRTLE GROVE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 5
    13 3600 DOWNTOWN MIAMI CHARTER SCHOOL 2
    13 3621 NARANJA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 5
    13 3661 NATURAL BRIDGE ELEMENTARY SCHL 5
    13 3701 NORLAND ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 3
    13 3781 BARBARA HAWKINS ELEM. SCHOOL 3
    13 3821 NORTH COUNTY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 5
    13 3861 NORTH GLADE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 5
    13 3901 NORTH HIALEAH ELEMENTARY SCHL 4
    13 3941 NORTH MIAMI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 5
    13 4001 NORWOOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 1
    13 4071 OLINDA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 3
    13 4091 OLYMPIA HEIGHTS ELEM. SCHOOL 3
    13 4121 DR. ROBERT B. INGRAM/OPA-LOCKA ELEMENTARY 5
    13 4171 ORCHARD VILLA ELEMENTARY SCHL 5
    13 4241 PALM LAKES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 3
    13 4261 PALM SPRINGS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 4
    13 4301 PARKVIEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 3
    13 4341 PARKWAY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 3
    13 4391 IRVING & BEATRICE PESKOE ELEM. 4
    13 4401 KELSEY L. PHARR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 5
    13 4441 PINE LAKE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 5
    13 4461 PINE VILLA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 4
    13 4491 HENRY E.S. REEVES ELEM. SCHOOL 3
    13 4501 POINCIANA PARK ELEMENTARY SCHL 1
    13 4541 RAINBOW PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 2
    13 4651 ETHEL F. BECKFORD/RICHMOND ELE 4
    13 4741 ROYAL GREEN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 2
    13 4841 SANTA CLARA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 5
    13 4881 SCOTT LAKE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 1
    13 5001 SHENANDOAH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 4
    13 5021 BEN SHEPPARD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 4
    13 5041 SILVER BLUFF ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 4
    13 5141 HUBERT O. SIBLEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 2
    13 5281 SOUTH MIAMI HEIGHTS ELEMENTARY 5
    13 5521 TROPICAL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 1
    13 5561 FRANCES S. TUCKER ELEM. SCHOOL 5
    13 5711 MAE M. WALTERS ELEMENTARY SCHL 4
    13 5791 WEST HOMESTEAD ELEMENTARY SCHL 5
    13 5861 DR. HENRY W. MACK/WEST LITTLE RIVER ELEM 6
    13 5901 CARRIE P. MEEK/WESTVIEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 3
    13 5931 PHYLLIS WHEATLEY ELEM. SCHOOL 5
    13 5971 NATHAN B. YOUNG ELEM. SCHOOL 2
    13 5981 DR. EDWARD L. WHIGHAM ELEM. 3
    13 6008 LAWRENCE ACADEMY 1
    13 6010 FLORIDA INT'L ACADEMY CHARTER 5
    13 6011 ALLAPATTAH MIDDLE SCHOOL 5
    13 6020 ASPIRA YOUTH LEADERSHIP SCHOOL 4
    13 6031 BROWNSVILLE MIDDLE SCHOOL 5
    13 6041 PAUL W. BELL MIDDLE SCHOOL 5
    13 6051 CAROL CITY MIDDLE SCHOOL 5
    13 6061 CAMPBELL DRIVE MIDDLE SCHOOL 5
    13 6070 ASPIRA EUGENIO MARIA DE HOSTOS CHARTER SCHOOL 5
    13 6081 CENTENNIAL MIDDLE SCHOOL 5
    13 6091 CITRUS GROVE MIDDLE SCHOOL 5
    13 6111 CUTLER RIDGE MIDDLE SCHOOL 5
    13 6121 RUBEN DARIO MIDDLE SCHOOL 4
    13 6131 HOWARD A. DOOLIN MIDDLE SCHOOL 4
    13 6141 CHARLES R. DREW MIDDLE SCHOOL 5
    13 6171 HENRY H. FILER MIDDLE SCHOOL 5
    13 6231 HIALEAH MIDDLE SCHOOL 5
    13 6251 HOMESTEAD MIDDLE SCHOOL 5
    13 6281 THOMAS JEFFERSON MIDDLE SCHOOL 5
    13 6301 JOHN F. KENNEDY MIDDLE SCHOOL 5
    13 6331 KINLOCH PARK MIDDLE SCHOOL 5
    13 6351 LAKE STEVENS MIDDLE SCHOOL 5
    13 6361 JOSE DE DIEGO MIDDLE SCHOOL 5
    13 6391 MADISON MIDDLE SCHOOL 5
    13 6411 HORACE MANN MIDDLE SCHOOL 5
    13 6421 JOSE MARTI MIDDLE SCHOOL 5
    13 6431 MAYS COMMUNITY MIDDLE SCHOOL 5
    13 6441 HOWARD D. MCMILLAN MIDDLE SCHL 1
    13 6481 MIAMI EDISON MIDDLE SCHOOL 5
    13 6501 MIAMI LAKES MIDDLE SCHOOL 1
    13 6521 MIAMI SPRINGS MIDDLE SCHOOL 5
    13 6541 NAUTILUS MIDDLE SCHOOL 5
    13 6571 NORLAND MIDDLE SCHOOL 4
    13 6591 NORTH DADE MIDDLE SCHOOL 5
    13 6631 NORTH MIAMI MIDDLE SCHOOL 5
    13 6681 PALM SPRINGS MIDDLE SCHOOL 5
    13 6721 PARKWAY MIDDLE COMMUNITY SCHL 4
    13 6741 PONCE DE LEON MIDDLE SCHOOL 2
    13 6761 REDLAND MIDDLE SCHOOL 5
    13 6781 RICHMOND HEIGHTS MIDDLE SCHOOL 4
    13 6801 RIVIERA MIDDLE SCHOOL 2
    13 6841 SHENANDOAH MIDDLE SCHOOL 5
    13 6961 WEST MIAMI MIDDLE SCHOOL 5
    13 6981 WESTVIEW MIDDLE SCHOOL 4
    13 7151 HOMESTEAD SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL 5
    13 7160 MATER ACADEMY CHARTER HIGH 2
    13 7251 MIAMI CENTRAL SENIOR HIGH SCHL 1
    13 7301 MIAMI EDISON SENIOR HIGH SCHL 5
    13 7341 MIAMI JACKSON SENIOR HIGH SCHL 4
    13 7411 MIAMI NORTHWESTERN SENIOR HIGH 2
    13 7461 MIAMI SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL 5
    13 7601 WILLIAM H. TURNER TECHNICAL ARTS HIGH SCHOOL 2
    13 7631 YMAACD @ MACARTHUR SOUTH SH 1
    13 7791 BOOKER T. WASHINGTON SR HIGH 6
    13 8017 ALTERNATIVE OUTREACH PROGRAM 1
    13 8101 YWAACD@JAN MANN OPPORTUNITY SCHOOL 1
    13 8121 COPE CENTER NORTH 1
    13 8131 DOROTHY M. WALLACE COPE CENTER 1
    13 8151 ROBERT RENICK EDUCATION CENTER 1
    13 8161 CORPORATE ACADEMY NORTH 1
    13 8181 RUTH OWENS KRUSE EDUCATION CTR 1

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