Park County School District #1

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Park #1 District 2022-23 Report Card

Our Mission

Partnering with our community in a dynamic, global society, our mission is to empower our students to be lifelong learners by providing a safe, progressive, student-centered learning experience.

Parents are critical partners in a school's success. Just as your child's report card shows how he or she is performing, this school report card shows you how your child's school is performing in multiple areas. It is designed to show the school's strengths in addition to challenges that need to be addressed in order to ensure we are meeting the needs of all students.

HOW DID STUDENTS PERFORM OVERALL IN EACH SUBJECT?

The 2017-18 school year was the first year of implementation of a new state academic achievement assessment, the Wyoming Test of Proficiency and Progress (WY-TOPP), in math and English language arts (ELA) in grades 3 through 10. Science is measured in grades 4, 8, and 10. This report card contains performance data on students who took alternate assessments as well. To protect individual student confidentiality for WY-ALT, results are not reported for 5 or fewer students and performance percentages are capped at 5% and 95%.


English Language Arts

District Average

State Average


Math

District Average

State Average


Science

District Average

State Average


>=98% Participation Rate

HOW DID THIS DISTRICT PERFORM IN EACH SUBJECT OVER THE LAST THREE YEARS?

Overall Proficiency Per Year
Subject 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23
English Language Arts 63% 68% 68%
Math 62% 65% 65%
Science 56% 67% 61%

2019-20 results were not available due to the COVID-19 Pandemic.

HOW DID EACH GRADE LEVEL IN THIS DISTRICT PERFORM IN EACH SUBJECT?


English Language Arts

District Average

State Average


Math

District Average

State Average


Science assessments are not given at this grade level

PERFORMANCE BY STUDENT POPULATION

The information below shows how each population of students performed. It is broken down by group to show whether or not a school is serving all of its students well. When there are gaps for certain groups of students, schools will use that information to understand how they can better serve those groups to ensure that all students are performing at grade level.


All Students

*1080-1152 Students

Male

*520-592 Students

Female

*500-572 Students

American Indian/Alaska Native

* Students

Asian

*1-5 Students

Black

*2-10 Students

Hispanic

*110-182 Students

Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander

*0-0 Students

Two or More Races

*42-74 Students

White/Caucasian

*870-942 Students

Low Income

* Students

Non-Low Income

* Students

Free/Reduced Lunch

* Students

Non-Free/Reduced Lunch

* Students

Students with Disabilities

* Students

Students without Disabilities

* Students

English Language Learner

* Students

Non-English Language Learner

* Students

Homeless

*7-35 Students

Non-Homeless

*1060-1132 Students

Foster Care

*1-5 Students

Non-Foster Care

*1080-1152 Students
* Number of students tested. Groups with 10 or less students per grade are not shown.

SCHOOL GROWTH AND PERFORMANCE



WAEA Performance Summary

School Growth Target Level Equity Target Level Achievement Target Level ELP* Target Level
Clark Elementary N/A N/A Meets Target N/A
Parkside Elementary Exceeds Target Exceeds Target Exceeds Target N/A
Southside Elementary Meets Target Exceeds Target Meets Target Below Target
Westside Elementary Meets Target Meets Target Exceeds Target N/A
Powell Middle School Meets Target Meets Target Meets Target N/A
Powell High School Below Target Meets Target Meets Target Below Target
Shoshone Learning Center Below Target N/A N/A N/A

ESSA Performance Summary

School Growth Norm Category Equity Norm Category Achievement Norm Category ELP* Norm Category
Clark Elementary N/A N/A Average N/A
Parkside Elementary Above Average Above Average Above Average N/A
Southside Elementary Above Average Above Average Above Average Below Average
Westside Elementary Average Average Above Average N/A
Powell Middle School Average Average Above Average N/A
Powell High School Average N/A Above Average Below Average
Shoshone Learning Center N/A N/A N/A N/A

School Performance Report


For more information on the state accountability system and individual School Performance Reports please select a school below.




ACT SCORES

Park #1 District ACT Scores

Score Test Ranges By Test ACT 1-36


Test Type English Score Average Math Score Average Reading Score Average Science Score Average Composite Score Average
Park #1 District Grade 11 - ACT 19.6 20.1 20.6 19.8 20.2
Powell High School Grade 11 - ACT 19.9 20.1 20.6 19.9 20.3
Shoshone Learning Center Grade 11 - ACT N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
State Grade 11 - ACT 18.4 19.3 20 19.8 19.5

In 2017-18 Wyoming adopted the Wyoming Test of Proficiency and Progress (WY-TOPP), a new state assessment for grades 3 through 10. Prior to WY-TOPP Grade 9 and 10 students were assessed with ACT Aspire in 2015-16 and 2016-17 in ACT PLAN and ACT EXPLORE from 2012-13 to 2014-15.