2010-2011 - Woodrow Wilson High School

Report
2012-2013 School Year
Woodrow Wilson High School
New Parent Orientation
Wednesday, August 22, 2012
7:00-9:00 PM
Outcomes for Our Meeting
Outcomes: By the end of this meeting,
participants will have:
• Met the members of the Administrative Team
and Counseling Team
• Heard a report on the State of Woodrow
Wilson
• Learned how we can and will communicate
with one another
Outcomes for Our Meeting
 Understood the attendance policy and the
expectations for scholars being on time to school
and to each class
 Heard about the various athletic programs that
Wilson offers and the criteria for eligibility
 Heard about the array of extracurricular activities
available to Wilson scholars and how they can
become an active member of one or more
Outcomes for Our Meeting
 Learned what a typical day is like for a Wilson
scholar
 Heard about the key policies and procedures
that we adhere to at Wilson
 Had a chance to get their questions answered
by members of the administrative team
Demographics of Wilson
Who Are WE?
Student Group
Asian/Pacific Islanders
Black/Non-Hispanic
Hispanic
American Indian/Alaskan
Native Hawaiian
White/Non-Hispanic
Multi Racial
Percentage
7%
52%
18%
1%
<1 %
35%
5%
Demographics of Wilson
Who Are WE?
• 40% of our scholars qualify for Free and
Reduced Meals (Economically Disadvantaged)
• 12% are identified as Special Education
Scholars
• 7% are English Language Learners
• We have scholars from 80 countries speaking
40 languages
• We have scholars from all 8 wards of the city
2011-2012 DC CAS
Goals and Objectives
Goals and Objectives
2011-2012 Target
2011-2012 Actual
2010-2011 Actual
Year-to-Year Delta
Reading
Math
85.1%
85.1%
60%
59%
65.9%
51.5%
-5.9%
+7.5%
DC CAS Results
Over Time
Data Point
2011-2012
2010-2011
2009-2010
2008-2009
2007-2008
Reading
Math
60.3
59.5
65.2
52.2
63.5
66.4
72.2
67.3
62.5
59.9
DC CAS Reading
Advanced
Proficient
Basic
Below Basic
2008-2009
2009-2010
2010-2011
2011-2012
33%
37%
23%
4%
21%
44%
27%
8%
25%
41%
23%
12%
25%
35%
29%
11%
DC CAS Math
Advanced
Proficient
Basic
Below Basic
2008-2009
2009-2010
2010-2011
2011-2012
25%
40%
22%
10%
23%
44%
24%
8%
17%
36%
32%
16%
20%
39%
28%
13%
Class Performance
(2.0 or Higher)
Class
12th Grade 11th Grade 10th Grade
Performance
2011-2012
200/69% 256/68%
277/74%
2010-2011
234/70% 199/68%
248/69%
2009-2010
239/73% 228/67%
185/61%
2008-2009
71%
59%
64%
9th Grade
Total
374/65%
301/54%
265/50%
63%
1107/69%
982/63%
918/61%
61%
Honor Roll
(3.0 or Higher)
Honor Roll
2011-2012
2010-2011
2009-2010
2008-2009
12th Grade 11th Grade 10th Grade
133/46%
152/41%
162/43%
150/45%
127/43%
143/40%
149/45%
131/39%
107/35%
127/38%
112/33%
113/36%
9th Grade
220/38%
179/32%
145/27%
128/23%
Total
666/41%
599/39%
532/35%
480/33%
Advanced Placement
(Participation)
Year
2011-2012
2010-2011
2009-2010
2008-2009
2007-2008
2006-2007
2005-2006
2004-2005
AVE
# of Test
1112
1091
1099
1073
952
946
713
775
964
# of Students
509
511
479
446
442
397
350
311
431
Advanced Placement
(Performance)
Year
#/% Scoring 3+
2011-2012
527/47%
2010-2011
495/45%
2009-2010
506/46%
2008-2009
517/47%
2007-2008
439/46%
AVE
487/47%
Score 5
104/9%
111/10%
125/11%
121/11%
108/11%
100/10%
Score 4
177/16%
150/14%
160/15%
187/17%
152/16%
145/15%
Score 3
246/22%
234/21%
221/20%
209/19%
179/19%
205/21%
Score 2
270/24%
245/22%
245/22%
215/20%
227/24%
224/23%
Score 1
315/28%
351/32%
348/32%
341/32%
286/30%
281/29%
Attendance
2008-2009
2009-2010
2010-2011
2011-2012
Average Daily
Attendance
In-Seat
Attendance
Truant
88%
90%
%
93%
87%
88%
426/29%
383/25%
409/27%
337/21%
91%
Suspensions
2007-2008
2008-2009
2009-2010
2010-2011
2011-2012
Total
147
297
385
363
332
IMPACT Ratings
Group 1-6
Category
2011-2012
2010-2011
2009-2010
Highly Effective
25/24%
18/19%
13/13%
Effective
74/70%
63/65%
81/79%
Minimally Effective
5/5%
13/13%
7/7%
Ineffective
1/1%
3/3%
1/1%
IMPACT Ratings
Group 7-19
Category
2011-2012
2010-2011
2009-2010
Highly Effective
19/33%
5/10%
8/17%
Effective
35/61%
46/88%
37/77%
Minimally Effective
3/5%
1/2%
3/6%
Ineffective
0/0%
0/0%
0/0%
Achievement Goals
Five Year Plan
Goal Area
DCCAS Math
DCCAS Reading
Class Performance
Honor Roll
SAT
Advanced Placement (Participation)
Advanced Placement (Performance)
Graduation
Attendance (ADA)
Attendance (ISA)
Suspension
School Climate (Scholar)
School Climate (Parent)
School Climate (Staff)
Current
Level
59%
60%
63%
40%
987
34%
45%
73%
93%
91%
363
70%
73%
81%
2012-2013
2013-2014
2014-2015
2015-2016
2016-2017
67%
68%
69%
41%
1010
36%
46%
77%
94%
92%
290
75%
78%
84%
75%
76%
75%
42%
1033
37%
47%
81%
95%
93%
232
80%
83%
87%
83%
84%
81%
43%
1056
38%
48%
85%
96%
94%
185
85%
87%
90%
91%
92%
87%
44%
1079
39%
49%
88%
97%
95%
148
90%
91%
93%
100%
100%
90%
45%
1100
40%
50%
90%
98%
95%
118
95%
95%
95%
2012-2013
Achievement Goals
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Math–67% scoring proficient or better
Reading–68% scoring proficient or better
Class Performance–73% earning a 2.0 or better per advisory
Honor Roll–42% earning honor roll status per advisory
SAT–Increase the average score by 23 points (1,010) in verbal
and math
• Advanced Placement (Participation)–36% of scholars in the
11th and 12th grade enrolled in an advanced placement course
• Advanced Placement (Performance)-46% of scholars will
earn a 3 or better on the Advanced Placement test
• Graduation–77% graduation rate
2012-2013
Achievement Goals
• Attendance (ADA)–94% average daily attendance (ADA) rate
for all scholars
• Attendance (ISA)–92% in seat attendance (ISA) rate for all
scholars
• Suspensions–Reduce behaviors resulting in suspension by
20% or more (290)
• Climate (Scholar)-75% of our scholars will indicate that they
feel safe in our school on the annual climate survey
• Climate (Parent)-78% of our parents will indicate that they
would recommend that a friend send his or her child to our
school on the annual climate survey
• Climate (Staff)-84% of our staff will indicate that this school
is a good place to work on the annual climate survey
How Do We
Communicate?
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Edline
Webpage
Connect Ed (Weekly Message)
PTSA List Serve
Email
Phone/Voicemail
Daily Bulletin
ATTENDANCE
Woodrow Wilson High School
One recent study showed that students
who attend school 93 percent of the time
or better scored 85-100 on their exams.
Students with a 91 percent attendance rate
scored 65-84 on their exams, and students
with attendance of 85 percent or less
scored 0-54.
KEYS TO SCHOOL/CLASS
ATTENDANCE
Arrive to school before 8:30 am (After 8:00 am, students are allowed to
come into the building)
Arrive to first period class before 8:40.
Students are allowed to go to their lockers prior to first period, during
lunch, and after school.
There is a six minute transition time between each period.
TWO TYPES OF ABSENCES
• Excused
• Unexcused
EXCUSED ABSENCES ARE
WHEN SCHOOL ‐AGED
SCHOLARS ARE ABSENT FROM
SCHOOL WITH A VALID
EXCUSE AND PARENTAL
APPROVAL.
EXCUSE ABSENCES
• Scholar illness (a doctor’s note is required if a scholar is absent for more
than five days);
• College visits (12th graders only)
• Death in the scholar’s immediate family;
• Necessity for a scholar to attend a judicial proceeding as a plaintiff,
defendant, witness or juror;
• Observance of a religious holiday;
• Temporary school closings due to weather, unsafe conditions or other
emergencies;
• Medical reasons such as a doctor’s appointment (a doctor’s note is required);
• Failure of DC to provide transportation where legally responsible; and
• Emergency circumstances approved by DCPS.
UNEXCUSED ABSENCES ARE
WHEN SCHOOL ‐AGED
SCHOLARS ARE ABSENT FROM
SCHOOL WITHOUT A VALID
EXCUSE, WITH OR WITHOUT
PARENTAL APPROVAL.
UNEXCUSED ABSENCES
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Baby Sitting
Shopping
Doing Errands
Oversleeping
Cutting Class
Job Hunting
Vacations
Family Emergency
EXAMPLES OF EXCUSED
ABSENCES INCLUDE:
 Scholar illness (a doctor’s note is required if a scholar is absent for more than five days);
 College visits (12th graders only)
 Death in the scholar’s immediate family;
 Necessity for a scholar to attend a judicial proceeding as a plaintiff, defendant, witness or
juror;
 Observance of a religious holiday;
 Temporary school closings due to weather, unsafe conditions or other emergencies;
 Medical reasons such as a doctor’s appointment (a doctor’s note is required);
 Failure of DC to provide transportation where legally responsible; and
 Emergency circumstances approved by DCPS.
IF A SCHOLAR MISSES 26% TO 59% OF
T H E S C H O O L DAY T H E S C H O L A R
W I L L R E C E I V E A H A L F ‐ DAY
ABSENCE. IF HE/SHE CUTS 60% OF
T H E DAY, T H E S C H O L A R W I L L
RECEIVE AN UNEXCUSED ABSENCE
F O R T H E F U L L DAY.
THE BLUE CARD
EVERY MINUTE COUNTS
TARDY PLAN
8:40
8:408:45
8:45
Scholars are expected to be swiped in by 8:40. If you are not 5
minutes early then you are late.
Scholars will be given a CCASS pass and must present the pass to
their first period teacher. If a scholar makes it to their first period
class before 8:45, there will be no consequence applied by the
teacher BECAUSE THEY ARRIVED ON TIME FOR CLASS. If
a scholar arrives to first period after the 8:45 bell rings, the teacher
will apply the same consequences as outlined below.
Scholars cannot go to their locker after 8:45 and must report directly
to first period. Any scholar who is at a locker after 8:45 will have
their locker privileges revoked.
TARDY PLAN
8:45-8:55 Scholars will be given an “unexcused” pass and must present the
pass to their first period teacher. Teachers will apply the same
consequences as outlined below.
8:55-9:15 Scholars will be processed by the administrative team. Scholars will
be assigned a consequence as outlined below. The Scholar will be
escorted by a member of the morning team to their first period
class.
9:15-9:30 Scholars will not be permitted to enter the building without a
written excuse note from a parent.
CONSEQUENCES FOR BEING
TA R DY T O C L A S S :
Tardy 1
Tardy 2
Warning by the teacher and documented in STARS.
Warning by the teacher, contact parent, and documented in
STARS.
Tardy 3 10-minute detention assigned by the teacher, contact parent,
and documented in STARS
Tardy 4 Teacher writes a referral and submits to the Dean and
assigns a 30 minute detention
Tardy 5 Teacher writes a referral and submits to the Dean and
assigns one Day of ISS
Tardy 6+ Teacher writes a referral and submits to the Assistant
Principal. The parent is notified that the scholar cannot
return to school until a parent meets with an administrator.
Athletic Department
 1. Be a student at Wilson or a DCPS school that does not
offer the sport.
 2. Have a 2.0 GPA or better in the most recent advisory.
(You can use your yearend GPA for a fall sport. All
incoming new freshman are eligible.)
 3. Must not be 19 years of age before July 1st of the current
school year.
 4. turn in the following forms before trying out:
 Universal Health Certificate – Good for 1 calendar year from
date of exam.
 Parent Consent Form – needed for each sport
 Emergency treatment Form – needed for each sport
 Varsity and JV Football – Tryouts begin on Wednesday August
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8th
Girls Volleyball – Tryouts begin on Monday, August 13th from
4pm – 6pm in the main gym
Boys Varsity and JV Soccer – Tryouts begin on Monday, August
20th from 6am – 8am on the turf field.
Girls Varsity and JV Soccer – Tryouts begin Wednesday, August
22nd from 5-7pm at Fort Reno field.
Boys and Girls Boys Cross Country – Tryouts begin on August
20th at 3:30pm – 5:30pm
Girls Field Hockey – Tryouts begin August 27th on the Fort
Reno field
Cheerleading – Tryouts begin on August 20th and will be held
Mon – Thurs, 3:30pm – 5:30pm
 Winter Sports –Begins November 1
 Spring Sports - Begins March 1
 Please see handout for all Sports and Coaches.
 Academy Building Field Trip
 New York City Field Trip
 Washington Wizards Arena
 Towson University
 Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU)
 Wilson HS Football - Game Day Operations
 Intramurals during STEP
 Reading and Math Tutoring – Riggs Elementary
School
 If you are interested, please take the following forms:
 Athletic Packet
 Athletic Profile (Hand to instructor before exiting.)
 AAA Academy Application
Woodrow Wilson’s
After School
Programs
Ms. Hara
Extracurricular Activities
 The mission of After School Programs is to
expand opportunities for positive youth
development through high-quality
academic/tutorials, wellness and
enrichment programs after school.
 After school programs meet Monday-
Thursday from 3:30-6pm. Free supper is
served daily at 3:30pm in the cafeteria.
Clubs and Programs

Art Club

The Beacon (School newspaper )

Dance Team

Debate Team

FIRST Robotics

French Club

Gay Straight Alliance

Harvard Model Congress Club

"It's Academic!!!" (Math Club)
Clubs and Programs (cont’d)
 Library Media Crews
 LAVA (Literary Magazine)
 National Honor Society (By application only)
 NEMO (Oceanic Science Club)
 Photo Club
 Poetry Slam Team
 Power Yoga
Community Based Organizations (CBO’s)
 HealthCorps Coordinator: Ms. Micheline Tocco
 HealthCorps is working to fight the nation's obesity
epidemic, starting with youth in high schools around the
country. Through a curriculum in nutrition, fitness and
mental strength, HealthCorps gives teens purpose, helps
develop human character and inspires an interest in health
and culinary arts careers.
CBO’s (cont’d)
 LAYC- Latin American Youth Center
Coordinator: Ms. Maria Navarette
 We offer enrichment programs, such as
Salsa/Merengue dance classes, Tennis,
and Art. Programs are held
Tuesday-Thursday from 3:30-5:30pm.
Youth Voice
 Would you like to start your own club or program?
- If so, it’s easy. You would need to prepare a proposal and
have 10-15 scholars that are interested in participating
sign it.
- Ask a teacher or staff member to sponsor your club.
Enrolling is EASY!
 Students can sign-up for as many programs as they would
like.
 For your convenience, enrollment forms have been sent
home with your welcome packets; however you can also
get a form today if you receive it.
 Students can come see Ms. Hara in room #108, if they
have any questions and/or suggestions.
Afterschool Coordinator Contact
Info
Please feel free to e-mail me or call me:
 [email protected]
202.409.1660
See you After School!!
“A Day in the Life”
Wilson SY 2012-13
8:25 AM: Tiger scholars need to arrive
at school classes start at 8:45 sharp.
8:30 AM
The day starts
by passing
through security
at the main
entrance.
8:40 AM
Time to go to
class!
Wilson 2012-13
New Class Schedule
MONDAY
• All seven periods (45 minutes each)
Every Tuesday/Thursday
• ODD DAYS
• Periods 1 (45 minutes)
• Periods 3, 5, 7 (90 minutes each)
Every Wednesday/Friday
• EVEN DAYS
• Periods 1 (45 minutes)
• 2, 4, 6 (90 minutes each)
Mornings:
- 4 classes on Monday
- 2 classes
Tuesday through Friday
Classroom advice: Sit up front,
don’t be afraid to raise your hand,
and get to know your teacher.
More classroom advice:
Be prepared for every class.
Bring
- Student planner
- Notebook
- Pen or pencil.
11:16-12:01
STEP:
Student
Teacher
Enrichment
Period
Many options…
- Enjoy lunch
-Work with a teacher
- Relax with
friends
After lunch:
2 or 3 more
classes…
Challenge yourself – Wilson offers
35 Honors and Advanced Placement classes.
6 minute
passing
periods
between
classes –
Students
need to
walk AND
talk!
3:15 Classes end
It’s time for Student Activities
High School is not a spectator sport.
Get Involved!
There are 33 sports
and more than 40 clubs
for every interest.
With all of those activities,
the campus stays open until 9 PM.
Every day
at Wilson:
the sky’s the limit -for each and every
student.
The Wilson Way
 RESPECT: Be respectful of everyone in
our school community.
 DETERMINATION: Work to their full
potential in all classes.
 PRIDE: Protect our campus and keep it
clean, green and safe.
Wilson Scholars Will
 Dress for success in an educational
setting.
 Be on time to school and to each class.
 Not use electronic devices during class or
transition time.
 Carry their School ID at all times.
 Not wear hats or headgear in our school
building.
 Only eat food in the cafeteria, stadium
seating, rose garden and atrium
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