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Education Division of Learning and Results
Annual Progress Report (APR)  2010-2011
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District Information
Authorized Agency Pekin Comm School District
1062 Birch Ave
Packwood, Iowa 52580-8542

AEA: AEA 15 Great Prairie (district filed under aea control code 9215)
District-Building Code: 5163 - 0000
Grades Served at this Agency:
PreKindergarten,   Kindergarten,   1st,   2nd,   3rd,   4th,   5th,   6th,   7th,   8th,   9th,   10th,   11th,   12th
Primary APR Contact
Name: Laurie Bennett
Title: Curriculum Director
Telephone: 319 - 695 - 3707  Extension:
FAX: 319 - 695 - 5130

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Chapter 12 Improvement Goals Reading

281--IAC 12.8(3)(b)

The board, with input from its School Improvement Advisory Committee (SIAC), shall adopt annual improvement goals based on data from at least one districtwide assessment. The goals shall describe desired annual increase in the curriculum areas of, but not limited to, mathematics, reading, and science achievement for all students, for particular subgroups of students, or both. Annual improvement goals may be set for the early intervention programs as described in subrule 12.5(18), other state indicators, locally determined indicators, locally established student learning goals, other curriculum areas, future student employability, or factors influencing student achievement.
  • Annual improvement goals must be measurable.
  • Annual improvement goals must address improvement of student learning, not maintaining of current levels of achievement.
Long-Range Goals from Comprehensive School Improvement Plan (CSIP):
281--IAC 12.8(3)(b)(3)

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Goal 1:  All K-12 students will achieve at high levels in reading comprehension, prepared to be effective, successful, and responsible citizens. (LRG1,MCGF3,AR6,EIG1)
1a. Increase the percentage of students who score at the proficient level or above on the ITBS Reading Comprehension Test in grades 1st  through 8 and the ITED Reading Comprehension Test in grade 11, including data disaggregated by subgroup.


Current School Year Annual Goals:
281--IAC 12.8(3)(b)(4)
Knowing that the NCLB trajectory level will again increase in 2011, our reading goal will be to once again meet or exceed the NCLB trajectory level which will increase to 82 percent for all elementary reading students.
Were the Annual Goals Met?
Supporting Data to demonstrate that the district has or has not met its goal:
Our reading goal for 2011 was to meet or exceed the NCLB trajectory level of 82 percent of the students will score in the proficiency level in reading according to the ITBS.  According to the ITBS, which was taken in March 2011, the data reflecting this goal is:  1st grade- 97.5 percent 2nd grade- 86.5 percent, 3rd grade- 96.0 percent, 4th grade- 97.6 percent, and 5th grade- 93.8 percent.  The average for grades 1-5 was 94.3percent which is well above the NCLB trajectory level of 82 percent.
If the District Did Not Meet its Goal
281--IAC 12.8(3)(b)(4)

The plan to meet future goals includes the following:
(not required)


Next School Year Annual Goals:
281--IAC 12.8(3)(b)(4)
Knowing that once again the NCLB trajectory level will again increase in 2011-2012 school year, our reading goal will be to once again meet or exceed the NCLB trajectory level which will now increase to 88 percent for all elementary reading students.

There are no NCLB SINA identified buildings for this district.
No Child Left Behind (NCLB) legislation requires school districts to report the schools (i.e., buildings)
identified in need of assistance to their local communities prior to the beginning of each school year.