2017-2018 Goals

All Students Ready for Kindergarten

  • Goal:

    • The percentage of pre-kindergarten four-year-olds living in the Montevideo school district during the year prior to enrollment in Kindergarten who have an opportunity to attend a preschool in 2017-18 will continue to be above to 90% in the fall of 2018.

All Students in Third Grade Achieving Grade-Level Literacy

  • Goal:

    • The percentage of third grade students that meet or exceed reading standards on the MCA tests will increase from 61% to 63% or higher in the 2017-2018 school year. Also the percentage of students in grades 1-3 that meet or exceed NWEA spring to spring reading growth goals will continue to increase for our 5 year goal (improving from 45% in year one and growing to 59% in year 5) and meet or exceed 55% in 2018.

      • (2015 = 45%  2016 = 48%  2017 = 51%  2018 = 55  2019 = 59%)

Close the Achievement Gap(s) Among All Groups

  • Goal:

    • The gap between the FRP students and the Non-FRP students in math will decrease so that at the end of the 2017-2018 school year, there will only be a gap of 21.0% as compared to 24.5% in 2016 as demonstrated on the MCA III by the following proficiency rate increases.

      • Non-FRP proficiency rates will increase from 69.7% in 2017 to 72.0% in 2018

      • FRP proficiency rates will increase from 45.2% in 2017 to 51% in 2018

All Students Career- and College-Ready by Graduation

  • Goal:

    • The percentage of all students enrolled October 1 in grade 8 at Montevideo Public Schools who earn an achievement level of Meets the Standards or Exceeds the Standards in mathematics on all state accountability tests (MCA, MTAS) will increase from 42.1% in 2016 to 58.2% by the Spring of 2020. In 2018 51.1% will meet or exceed the state standards.

      • ( 2017 = 47.1%  2018 = 51.1%  2019 = 54.6%  2020 = 58.2%)

All Students Graduate

  • Goal:

    • By the end of the 2017-2018 school year, Montevideo Senior High School will maintain the overall graduation rate of all students to above 95%, and the graduation rate of FRP students will continue to be above 90%.