The Ohio Department of Education has released additional detail for school performance including, the Performance Index score as well as district and building ratings. New Albany Plain Local Schools has been rated Excellent with Distinction. This is an incredible recognition for the district. It is the highest rating possible and is reflective of the value of education at the New Albany-Plain Local School District. The district has “Met” the goal for Adequate Yearly Progress and are ”Above” on our Value-Added measurement
Each of our four schools that are assessed by the ODE have reached the highest rating possible.
Click here to access the Ohio Department of Education’s preliminary report card data for the 2011-2012 School Year.
Performance Index is an important indicator of student achievement in the district as it measures the specific achievement level of every student.
Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) is a federally required measure included in Ohio’s accountability system. Every building and district must meet AYP targets that are established for reading and mathematics proficiency and test participation, attendance, and graduation rates.
Value Added represents the progress NAPLS has made with our students since last school year. “Above” rating indicates greater than one year of progress has been achieved.