Resolution 19-08—Amending School District Performance Targets
Amending Performance Targets for Woodland Public Schools
Whereas, the Woodland Public Schools Board of Directors has adopted a vision for the future of Woodland Public Schools which is: Woodland Public Schools, in partnership with families and the community, will create a PreK-12 system that serves and supports ALL children-and ensures that EACH child has FULL access to, is engaged in, and obtains an excellent education that prepares them for responsible citizenship and a future of adaptability and success in life and their chosen endeavors; and,
Whereas, an important part of preparing students for success is tied to their attainment of high educational standards and successful graduation from high school; and,
Whereas, the Woodland Public Schools Board of Directors adopted Resolution 17-03 in September 2017 which established performance targets that in five key areas of improvement; and,
Whereas the State of Washington has directed each School District Board of Directors to adopt performance targets consistent with Chapter 180-105-060 of the Washington Administrative Code (WAC); now, therefore,
We revise and adopt, by this resolution, the following performance targets:
- By 2021 the overall district four-year graduation rate will be at or above 85%
- By 2027 the overall district four-year graduation rate will be at or above 90%
- By 2022 the overall district five-year graduation rate will be at or above 90%
- By 2027 the overall district extended (5-7 year) graduation rate will be at or above 95%
- By 2020 the rate of chronic absenteeism, defined as missing more than 10% of school days, will be no greater than 10%.
Student Proficiency on Mandated Assessments
- By 2022 80% of students will meet standard on mandated measures in Mathematics and English Language Arts at all grade levels. Student Performance will improve year-over-year and will exceed that of demographically similar school districts.
- By 2027 90% of students will meet standard on mandated measures in Mathematics and English Language Arts at all grade levels. (grades 3-8,10)
Student Growth on Mandated Assessments
- Student growth percentiles in ELA and Math will exceed 50 in each grade level
Ninth Grade Success:
- The course-taking success rate for high school first-year freshmen will improve year-over-year
- By 2027 High School first-year freshman course-taking success will be at or above 90%
Dual Credit Participation
- By 2027 all (100%) Woodland graduates will complete at least one (1) dual credit course.
English Language Learner
- By 2027 ninety percent (90%) of English Language Learners (ELs) will make annual progress, such that all EL students are expected to transition from services within at most six years.
- Performance of students in each identified ESSA subgroup on each of the goals will be substantially similar to the performance of all students.
Adopted this 23rd day of September 2019