2012-2013 Kansas Building Report CardBack to the Report Card HomepageState InformationSearch for a School or District
      District Information
      *  Demographics
      * Definitions
      * Summary:
           2003-2004
           2004-2005
           2005-2006
           2006-2007
           2007-2008
           2008-2009
           2009-2010
           2010-2011
           2011-2012
     
* Comparative Perf.
& Fiscal System
     
Achievement
Performance
Level Reports
      Reading
      * All Students
      * Race/Ethnicity
      * Economically
Disadvantaged

      * Students with
Disabilities

      * English
Language Learners
      * Migrant Students
      * Gender

      Math
      * All Students
      * Race/Ethnicity
      * Economically
Disadvantaged
      * Students with
Disabilities
      * English
Language Learners

      * Migrant Students
      * Gender

      Science
      * All Students
      * Race/Ethnicity
      * Economically
Disadvantaged
      * Students with
Disabilities
      * English
Language Learners
      * Migrant Students
      * Gender

      History - Govt.
      * All Students
      * Race/Ethnicity
      * Economically
Disadvantaged
      * Students with
Disabilities
      * English
Language Learners
      * Migrant Students
      * Gender

      Writing
      * All Students
      * Race/Ethnicity
      * Economically
Disadvantaged
      * Students with
Disabilities
      * English
Language Learners
      * Migrant Students
      * Gender

      Additional
Academic
Indicators
      * Attendance Rate
      * Graduation Rate
      * Dropout Rate

      Accountability
      * AMO Reports
      * Teacher Quality
      * Title I Schools
      * 2011-12 District
IDEA State Perf. Plan
     
      Other Results
      * ACT Scores
      * NAEP State Results
      * College & Career
Ready


      Student
Demographics
      * Enrollment
      * Race/Ethnicity
      * Economically
Disadvantaged
      * Migrant
      * ELL
      * Students with
Disabilities
      * Gender

USD 500
Kansas City

2010 N. 59th Street
Kansas CityKS    66104  
(913) 551-3200    (913) 279-2085
Title 1 District
Show Buildings

Science Achievement Performance Level Reports

Grade 07   Grade 11   All Grades

Grade 04 Pct. of English Language Learners, All Assessments - Click on the Text Version link to view a text version of this graph.
Text Version



2012-2013 Assessment Waivers

USD 500 Kansas City received a waiver from the US Department of Education which permitted the district to use the ACT and Explore assessments instead of the Kansas reading, mathematics and science assessments in grades 8 and 11. For 2011-2012 students who scored at benchmark on these assessments are shown as ‘Meets Standard’ on the assessment tables. Students who did not reach benchmark are included in the ‘Approaches Standard’ performance level. For 2012-2013 scores are assigned to the five performance categories: Academic Warning, Approaches Standard, Meets Standard, Exceeds, and Exemplary. Students with disabilities for whom the ACT or Explore were not an appropriate assessment took the Kansas Assessment of Modified Measures (KAMM) or the Kansas Alternate Assessment in reading, mathematics and science. The waiver applies to all Kansas City middle and high schools and the district. The elementary schools gave the Kansas state assessments in grades 3-7.

Percent Not Tested in 2013:
District2.5%
State1.7%

The performance level results presented on this page include all students in the grades tested up to and during the testing window...not just those students enrolled on or before September 20. 

State results reflected above include scores from state administered assessments in grades three through eight and high school in all school districts except the McPherson, Clifton-Clyde and Kansas City, Kansas districts. Results for students in grades three through seven in those districts are included in the revised assessment results, as those students participated in the state administered assessments.


*PLEASE NOTE: Assessment results from schools that administered the ACT/Explore should not be compared to the assessment results derived from schools that administered the state assessment.