District Reports, Publications & Presentations
New Albany-Plain Local Schools strives to ensure that all members of the New Albany community feel informed and engaged. In an effort to increase transparency and to provide the community with current, relevant information, the district publishes multiple documents outlining our academics and finances. Click the links below to learn more.
by New Albany-Plain Local Schools Year Published: 2018
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The pursuit of the district purpose, to create a culture of accountability that achieves the best academic and developmental outcomes for each student continues to be our guiding force.
We offer this Quality Profile to share some of the highlights from the 2017-18 school year and to illustrate for our learning community what makes New Albany-Plain Local Schools a unique educational experience.
by New Albany-Plain Local Schools Year Published: 2017 by New Albany Plain Local Schools Year Published: 2017
New Albany-Plain Local School district is committed to creating a culture of accountability that achieves the best academic and developmental outcomes for each student. As part of this commitment, the district administered the Gallup Student Poll to students in grades 5 -12 in October of 2017. The Gallup Student Survey included 24 questions separated into four categories (hope, engagement, entrepreneurial aspiration, and career/financial literacy). The Gallup Student Poll includes noncognitive metrics with links to student success. This scorecard reflects results from surveys completed at New Albany-Plain Local Schools and U.S. public schools that participated in October 2017.
by New Albany Plain Local Schools Year Published: 2017
As part of the district’s commitment to creating a culture that achieves the best developmental outcome for each student, the district administered the Hanover Social Emotional Learning (SEL) Survey to students in grades 3 -12 in December of 2017. According to research, mastering SEL competencies helps students succeed academically and socially, as reflected in “more positive social behaviors, fewer conduct problems, less emotional distress, and improved test scores and grades.” The Hanover SEL survey included around 70 questions separated into eleven categories (Web of Support, Culture, Self Determination, Wellness, Confidence, Compassion, Ethics, Social, Emotional Intelligence, Emotional Disposition, and Anxiety). Hanover has developed this survey for a small number of schools for the 2017-2018 school year. The SEL results are broken down by the eleven categories for the district and building level.
by New Albany-Plain Local Schools Year Published: October 2017
Annually, approximately 70 school districts throughout Ohio release a more comprehensive, community-oriented companion to the State’s School District Report Card. Called a “Quality Profile,” the report includes additional accountability measures that define a high quality education that are not included in the State’s report.
The Quality Profile helps to evaluate the effectiveness of a school district beyond standardized testing and other statistical measures. The Profile is based on six categories: academics, arts, student leadership and activities, fiscal stewardship, parent and community involvement, and student services.
by New Albany-Plain Local Schools Year Published: September 2017 by New Albany - Plain Local Schools Year Published: 2017
In partnership with Hanover Research the district administered a Substance Use Survey to middle school and high school students at New Albany-Plain Local Schools. In total, the analysis includes 2,962 responses, of which 1,171 are middle school students, and 1,791 are high school students. You may view the results document here. The information was presented to the Board of Education at the May 22, 2017 Board Meeting. View the meeting and presentation slides here.
by New Albany - Plain Local Schools Year Published: 2016
In 2016, the district partnered with Hanover Research to conduct a parent communications survey to better understand the communciation needs of our parent/family community. This survey alignes with Benchmark #7 in the Continuous Improvement Plan which seeks to ensure community engagement and stakeholder satisfaction. View the PowerPoint Presentation presented to the Board of Education . View the Survey Key Findings and Results