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had students enrolled in grades . There were in and in all state public schools.

Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP)

Under the federal No Child Left Behind Act, all public schools must have 100 percent of tested students meet state standards in reading and math by 2014. In the interim, states must set gradually increasing targets. This year in Illinois, a school is deemed to be making Adequate Yearly Progress if it meets the following conditions:

  • At least 95 percent tested in reading and mathematics for every student group.
  • At least 85 percent of all tested students must meet or exceed state standards on the reading and math tests.
  • A subgroup that falls below 85 percent can claim “safe harbor” from failing adequate yearly progress if its percent of kids meeting or exceeding state standards improves by 10 percent from the previous year.
  • High schools must have a graduation rate of at least 82 percent.
  • Elementary, junior high and middle schools must have an attendance rate of at least 91 percent.
  • Click here for complete AYP guidelines.

This school has met not all of the requirements for adequate yearly progress because:

Students

Mobility rate is based on the number of students who enroll in or leave a school during the school year. Students may be counted more than once. Chronic truants were absent without valid cause for 18 or more of the last 180 school days.

Racial/Ethnic Background

  School District State
Total Enrollment
White Enrollment % % %
Black Enrollment % % %
Hispanic Enrollment % % %
Asian Enrollment % % %
Native American Enrollment % % %
Multi-Racial Enrollment % % %

Student Characteristics

  School District State
Attendance Rate % % %
Limited-English Proficiency % % %
Low Income % % %
Mobility Rate % % %
No. of Chronic Truants
Chronic Truancy Rate % % %
Dropout Rate % % %

District Finances

Numbers are for the entire district and are not available by individual school.

Due to the way Illinois school districts are configured, state averages for equalized assessed valuation per pupil and total school tax rate per $100 are not provided.

EAV (Equalized assessed valuation) includes all computed property values upon which a district's local tax rate is calculated.

Total school tax rate is a district’s total tax rate as it appears on local property tax bills.

Instructional expenditure per pupil includes the direct costs of teaching pupils or the interaction between teachers and pupils.

Operating expenditure per pupil includes the gross operating cost of a school district excluding summer school, adult education, bond principal retired, and capital expenditures.

Financial Indicators

  District State Similar
Type
Similar
Size
Average Teacher Salary  
Average Administrator Salary  
Instructional Exp. Per Pupil  
Operating Exp. Per Pupil  
2010 EAV per Pupil  
2010 School Tax Rate per $100  

Fund Expenditures (2011-2012)

  District % of Dist.
Budget
State Avg.
% of Budget
Education % %
Operations & Mainenance % %
Transportation % %
Bond & Interest % %
Municipal Retirement/Social Security % %
Fire Prevention & Safety % %
Site & Construction % %
Total  

Revenue by Source (2011-2012)

Numbers are for the entire district and are not available by individual school.

  District District % State %
Local Property Taxes % %
Other Local Funding % %
General State Aid % %
Other State Funding % %
Federal Funding % %
Total Revenues  

Expenditure by Function 2011-2012 (Percentages)

Numbers are for the entire district and are not available by individual school.

  District District % State %
Instruction % %
General Administration % %
Supporting Services % %
Other Expenditures % %

Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) Guidelines

Under the federal No Child Left Behind Act, all public schools must have 100 percent of their tested students meet state standards in (making Adequate Yearly Progress in) reading and math by 2014. In the interim, states must set gradually increasing targets to ensure that goal will be met. This year in Illinois, a school is deemed to be making adequate yearly progress if it meets all of the following conditions:

  1. At least 95% tested in reading and mathematics for every student group. If the current year participation rate is less than 95%, this condition may be met if the average of the current and preceding year rates is at least 95%, or if the average of the current and two preceding years is at least 95%. Only actual participation rates are printed. If the participation rate printed is less than 95% and yet this school makes AYP, it means that the 95% condition was met by averaging.
  2. At least 85% meeting/exceeding standards in reading and mathematics for every group. For any group with less than 85% meeting/exceeding standards, a 95% confidence interval was applied. Subgroups may meet this condition through Safe Harbor provisions. ***
  3. At least 91% attendance rate for non-high schools and at least 82% graduation rate for high schools.

* Includes only students enrolled as of 05/01/2013.

** Safe Harbor Targets of 85 percent or above are not printed.

*** Subgroups with fewer than 45 students are not reported. Safe Harbor only applies to subgroups of 45 or more. In order for Safe Harbor to apply, a subgroup must decrease by 10% the percentage of scores that did not meet standards from the previous year plus meet the other indicators (attendance rate for non-high schools and graduation rate for high schools) for the subgroup. For subgroups that do not meet their Safe Harbor Targets, a 75% confidence interval is applied. Safe Harbor allows schools an alternate method to meet subgroup minimum targets on achievement