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NORTH CAROLINA SCHOOL REPORT CARD: STERLING MONTESSORI

 

School Year Grade Achievement
2018-19 Overall B 82
Reading B 85
Math A 81
       
2017-18 Overall A 88
Reading A 90.7
Math A 85.1
       
2016-17 Overall A+NG 88
Reading A 90.7
Math A 86
       
2015-16 Overall A+NG 87
Reading A 89
Math A 85
       
2014-15 Overall A+NG 87
Reading A 88
Math B 82
       
2013-14 Overall B 84
Reading A 85
Math B 81
       
2012-13 Overall Honor School of Excellence with High Growth
Reading 77.2
Math 70.6
       
       

2018-19 Read to Achieve Results

Sterling Montessori Academy (92E000)

2018–19

Read to Achieve Grade 3 End-of-Year
(EOY) Results

G.S. §115C-83.10 requires “each local board of education to publish annually on a website maintained by that local school administrative unit and report in writing to the State Board of Education (SBE) by September 1 of each year the following
information on the prior school year:”

 

Number
of Students

Percentage
of Students

The denominator for calculating the required percentages for rows 12 is all students in membership at grade 3 for the first day of spring testing. The denominator for this school is 71.

1

Demonstrated reading proficiency on the Beginning-of-Grade 3 (BOG3) English Language Arts (ELA)/Reading Test, the End-of-Grade (EOG) ELA/Reading Test, or the EOG ELA/Reading Retest (i.e., scored Level 3 or higher).

66

93.0%

2

Did not demonstrate reading proficiency on the BOG3 ELA/Reading Test, the EOG ELA/Reading Test, or the EOG ELA/Reading Retest

*

*

The number and percentage of students exempt from mandatory retention in third grade by category of good cause. Students may be counted in only one of these categories. Denominator for each category in row 3 is row 2.

3

a. Students who took and passed an alternative assessment approved by the SBE (i.e., mClass/Text Reading and Comprehension [TRC], Read to Achieve Test, or locally determined SBE-approved
alternative assessment).

*

*

b.  English Learner students with less than two (2) school years of instruction in an English as a Second Language [ESL] program.

*

*

c.   Students with disabilities whose current Individualized Education Program (IEP) indicates the use of the NCEXTEND1 alternative assessment, have at least a two (2) school-year delay in educational performance, or have received intensive reading interventions for at least two (2) school years.

*

*

d.  Students who have been previously retained more than once in kindergarten, first, second, or third grades.

*

*

e.   Students who demonstrated reading proficiency appropriate for third-grade students through a reading portfolio.

*

*

           

Sterling Montessori Academy (92E000)

2018–19

Read to Achieve Grade 3
End-of-Year (EOY) Results

G.S. §115C-83.10 requires “each local board of education to publish annually on a website maintained by that local school administrative unit and report in writing to the State Board of Education (SBE) by September 1 of each year the following
information on the prior school year:”

 

Number
of Students

Percentage
of Students

The denominator for calculating the required percentages for rows 4 and 6 are all students in membership at grade 3 for the first day of spring testing. The denominator for this school is 71.

4

The number and percent of students eligible for priority enrollment in Reading Camp. This number equals row 2 minus the total of rows 3a through 3e.

*

*

The denominator for row 5 is the number of students eligible for priority enrollment in reading camp
from row 4.

5

The number and percentage of students eligible for priority enrollment who attended Reading Camp.

*

*

 

6

Total number and percentage of students retained for not demonstrating reading proficiency on third-grade standards (students deemed proficient after reading camp are subtracted from this number). Students who are not proficient will be either: [1] retained in
a third-grade class, [2] placed in a 3/4 transitional class with a retained
label, or [3] placed in a fourth-grade accelerated class with a retained
reading label.

*

*

 

7

Charter Schools Only: Charter schools must indicate the number and percentage of retained students recorded in number 6 who do not
return to the charter school for the upcoming school year.

*

*

         

 

State Board of Education-Approved Alternative Assessments

Number
of Students Who
Passed the Alternative Assessment1

1

Achieve3000

N/A

2

Case 21

N/A

3

Edmentum—Exact Path
Individualize Learning Solution

N/A

4

Imagine Learning

N/A

5

Iowa Test of Basic Skills
(ITBS)

*

6

i-Ready

N/A

7

i-Station Benchmarks

N/A

8

Northwest Evaluation System
(NWEA) —Measures of Academic Progress

N/A

9

Scholastic Reading
Inventory

N/A

10

STAR Reading

N/A

11

Other (Charter Schools Only)

N/A

1The number of students who passed each alternative assessment is denoted in this column. If the approved alternative assessment was not used, N/A is shown. If the number of students who passed the alternative assessment is fewer than 10 students, an asterisk (*) is shown.

Note: Privacy policies dictate that for less than 10 students, the specific number and percentage should not be given.  An * indicates that the student population number and percentage is too small to report the value. The percentage and number of students are not shown if the percentage is greater thn 95 percent
(>95) or less than 5 percent (<5).