Measuring Outcomes in Different Ways?
The Board of Education's District Ends?are formed around the ║┌┴¤═°Vision: Poudre School District exists to support and inspire every child to think, to learn, to care and to graduate prepared to be successful in a changing world.
The Board's goals for the district?include?sub-parts?that describe the way each?End is interpreted, along with benchmarks to measure progress.
With the Ends in mind, ║┌┴¤═°measures student outcomes in both traditional and non-traditional ways:
- ?The percentage of time students are in school
- School Readiness: The rate at which PreK students are ready for Kindergarten based on a state assessment
- The rate that K-3 students meet benchmarks on a district assessment
- Student performance on state and district assessments (achievement and growth)
- The percentage of students who graduate "on-time" in four years, along with those who take longer (5 and 6 years) + percentage of 9-12th grade student on track to graduate within four years
- Percentage of ║┌┴¤═°students that leave school each year
- Post-secondary Experiences: Number of students who take college level courses in high school (including AP/IB courses and performance)
- Percentage of students meeting or exceeding benchmarks on the ACT and SAT
- Work-Based Learning opportunities: Number of students participating in internships, job shadowing and other experiences in the community
- How students feel connected to their school measured by student input via surveys
View the?DE 1.0 Monitoring Report for details on student outcomes as measured against the new Ends.