StateoftheSchools9-2012 - Delaware Area Chamber of

Report
The State of the
Delaware County Schools
Buckeye Valley
Big Walnut
Delaware City
Olentangy Local
Schools
The Delaware Area Career Center
Models of Efficiency and Effectiveness
Public School District Comparison
(SOURCE: Ohio Department of Education 2010-11 school year data)
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Delaware County
Total student population:
26,340
Scoring “excellent” or
above: 100%
Average PI score: 102.7
(highest of Ohio’s counties)
On-Time Grad Rate: 95%
Minority students: 15%
Economically
disadvantaged: 15%
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Ohio
Total student population:
1.7 million
Scoring “excellent” or
above: 58%
Average PI Score: 95.0
On-Time Grad Rate: 78%
Minority students: 26%
Economically
disadvantaged: 45%
Public School District Comparison
(SOURCE: Ohio Department of Education)
Expenditure Per Pupil
(FY11)
Performance Index Score
(2010-11 school year)
Big Walnut Local Schools
$9,260
102.3
Buckeye Valley Local
Schools
$9,937
101.1
Delaware City Schools
$10,009
100.3
Olentangy Local Schools
$9,465
106.9
Ohio School District
Average
$10,697
95.0
Ohio Education Policy
Issues and Challenges
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Funding model to be introduced
School choice expansion (charter & voucher)
Teacher & principal evaluation systems
Common Core standards & assessments
Third-grade reading guarantee
Increased focus on college & career
readiness
• Cost-effectiveness accountability
• Shared services
Steve Mazzi, Superintendent
Our Mission
The mission of the Big Walnut Local Schools is to inspire and guide each
student to his or her maximum potential.
Our Vision
In order to realize our mission, we will strive to achieve and maintain our
vision of:
•Student-focused, professional, collaborative staff
•Student-focused, challenging and current curriculum
•Supportive, involved and informed community
•Safe, respectful and welcoming environment
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Preliminary
Report Card
Data
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BWE
– Met 8 of 8 indicators
– Performance Index* – 105.8
GRE
– Met 8 of 8 indicators
– Performance Index* – 103.5
SOU
– Met 8 of 8 indicators
– Performance Index* – 107.8
BWMS
– Met 8 of 8 indicators
– Performance Index* – 102.8
BWHS
– Met 12 of 12 indicators
– Performance Index* – 109.0
– District ACT – 22.9 / State ACT – 21.8
BWLS
– Met 26 of 26 indicators
– Performance Index* - 105.4
Performance Index is out of 120 possible points
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District
Demographics
2012/2013
District Enrollment – 3,078
– High School (926)
• 9th grade – 231
• 10th grade – 243
• 11th grade – 234
• 12th grade – 214
– Middle School (482)
• 7th grade – 237
• 8th grade – 245
– Intermediate School (448)
• 5th grade – 235
• 6th grade - 213
– Elementary School (1,222)
• Big Walnut Elementary – 466
• General Rosecrans Elementary – 490
• Hylen Souders Elementary – 266
• Free/Reduced - 21.0% (2011/2012)
Buckeye Valley Local Schools
Mark Tingley, Interim
Superintendent
The mission of the Buckeye Valley
Local School District is to achieve
excellence through growth and learning
for each student's success.
Buckeye Valley- Preliminary Data
for 2011/12 School Year
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All 5 Buildings Rated Excellent!
25 of 26 Indicators
Graduation Rate=89.9%
Attendance Rate=95.1%
Performance Index=102 (highest ever)
Buckeye Valley is a District of Excellence!
District Profile
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2377 Students Pre K-12
4 Buildings (1 HS, 1 MS, 2 Elementary)
BV includes property in Four Counties
Transportation
– 579,390 miles a year
– $787.55/student
• Where is Buckeye Valley?
– 208 square miles in Delaware, Union, Morrow
and Marion Counties
Revenue and Expenditure
Facts
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No new operating money since 1992
Decreased State Funding ($400,000+ since 2008)
T.P.P. Accelerated Phase Out ($570,000)
Decreased Income Tax ($400,000 since 2008)
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Revenue for income tax trending upward
• Lost on August 2011 ballot for additional ¼%
income tax and $30 million bond issue for new
elementary building
Budget Reduction Plan
Implemented for 2012/13
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Closure of North Elementary Building- K-4 students at 2
elementary buildings- 5th grade students moved to middle
school
Reduction in administrative costs- dean of students,
curriculum coordinator, EMIS coordinator, Dir. of
Administrative Services to serve as superintendent
Further reductions of personnel including teaching
positions, guidance services, maintenance/custodial areas,
and reductions in extracurricular programs to generate
approx. $1.3 million in savings.
Delaware City
Schools
District Overview and Status
Achieving
Excellence,
Honoring
Tradition!
Superintendent Paul Craft
Delaware City Schools
Profile
• 5420 Students in grades pre-K - 12
• Growing around 100 students per year
• 38% Free or Reduced Lunch
• 16% Minority
(6% multi-racial, 5% African-American, 3 % Hispanic)
• 17% students with disabilities
Delaware City Schools
Performance
• Second Straight Excellent with Distinction Rating
– Up from Academic Watch in 2000
• Performance Index = 100.3
– Up from 83.6 a decade ago
• Record high ACT scores, graduation rate, and
Advanced Placement test scores
Delaware City Schools
Issues and Challenges
• Continued growth is straining our facilities to the breaking
point
• That same growth is a challenge from a cost containment
perspective
• Increasing handicapped enrollment is presenting
challenges in both costs and in terms of our ability to
deliver services
• Expanding state mandates remain a continuing challenge,
especially those that come with up front and/or hidden
costs, but without funding
Olentangy Local Schools
Superintendent Wade Lucas,
Ed.D.
September 27, 2012
Olentangy Local Schools
• Enrollment: 17,500
• Demographics:
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83% White, non-Hispanic
7% Asian or Pacific Islander
4% Black, non-Hispanic
4% Multi-Racial
2% Hispanic
8% Economically Disadvantaged
Olentangy Local Schools
• Performance
• Projected rating:
Excellent with Distinction!
• Ninth straight year of excellent ratings
• Projected Performance Index: 107.3
• All-time district high
Olentangy Local Schools
• Challenges:
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Fastest-growing district in the state
22 schools built in the last 22 years
State funding remains flat
Dependence on local taxpayers
• Finances:
• Focus on efficiency and sustainability
• Cost per pupil $9,465
• Extending three-year levy promise
Mary Beth Freeman
Superintendent
Who do we serve?
High School Districts served by DACC include:
•Delaware City School District
•Big Walnut Local School District
•Buckeye Valley Local School District
•Olentangy Local School District
Through open enrollment and contracted opportunities:
•Westerville City School District
•Worthington City School District
Demographics:
Serving 1,085 students:
64% Campus (694)
36% Satellites (391)
Of those on campus:
61% Half Day
39% Full Day
Courses:
29 High School CTE Programs
Academics
•“Traditional” Programs
• Highly Technical
• Satellite Programs
• Emerging
• Math, Science, English, and Social
Studies, including:
• A&P, Forensic Science, Pre-Calc,
and Statistics
• Dual Enrollment
• Transitioning to using the Common Core
• Automotive Technology
• Welding
• Zoo School
Examples
• Power Line Technician
• Bioscience
• Automotive Collision
• Health Informatics
(Developing)
DACC programs are not only bound by state curriculum standards,
but also by industry standards for every individual program.
Performance:
• Over 90% of DACC alumni go on to college, serve in the
military, or find employment in their area of study.
• In 2011, over 99% of DACC students received their diploma.
• Over the last two years, over 80% of DACC students attained
some kind of technical skill that is valued by the industry
they will be entering.
• In 2011, over 79% of our
students earned college
credit.
Positive Placement
100.00%
90.00%
90%
Post Secondary Credit
Technical
Skill
Attainment
Diplomas
Received
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Cost Savings:
• Base Salary Freeze
• Reduce staff through attrition
• Eliminated contracted services – absorbed with current staffing
DACC was the 1st career center to request a voluntary audit.
We continue to use it today as a guide for continuous improvement.
Our Future:
• Expanding partnerships with business and industry
 Producing graduates who are valuable to the workforce
• College and career readiness
 DACC students graduate college, career,
and life ready
• Examining how students learn
 Globally, electronically, collaboratively
• Examining what students should learn
 Problem solving and creative thinking skills
(Harvard Graduate School of Education, 2011)
The State of the
Delaware County Schools
Buckeye Valley
Big Walnut
Delaware City
Olentangy Local
Schools
The Delaware Area Career Center
Models of Efficiency and Effectiveness

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