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Objective Performance Standards

Objective Performance Standards

1. Achievement of Annual Measureable Results on the School Performance Profile (SPP) for the Elementary School

Evidence that the Elementary School has met the standard for Proficiency as determined by the Pennsylvania Department of Education.

Achivement of annual measureable objectives according to School Performance Profiles:

Green, Light Blue, or Dark Blue indicator at the Elementary School would indicate that the standard was met.

NOT MET

The Elementary School achieved a Yellow Indicator SPP score of 68.6, just slightly below the 70 point proficiency category.  The 2017 SPP scores are the second year reflecting student performance using the more rigorous PA Core Standards.



2. Achievement of Annual Measureable Results on the School Performance Profile (SPP) for the Junior/Senior High School

Evidence that the Junior/Senior High School has met the standard for Proficiency as determined by the Pennsylvania Department of Education.

Achievement of annual measureable objectives according to School Performance Profiles:

Green, Light Blue, or Dark Blue indicator at the Junior/Senior High School would indicate that the standard was met.

MET

3. Student growth as measured by the Pennsylvania Value-Added Assessment System (PVAAS)

Overall PVAAS growth:

Evidence that the District has met the standard for PA Academic Growth according to the Performance Diagnosstic Summary,currently, Math (grades 4-8), Reading (Grades 4-8), Science (Grades 4 & 8), and Keystone Algebra, Biology, and Literature (HS).

A majority of the current areas Green, Light Blue, and Dark Blue indicators at the Elementary and Junior/Senior High Schools would indicate that the standard was met.

MET

4. Financial management standards

The Budget for the United School District is a balanced budget that meets the needs of the District. An appropriate and balanced budget indicates that the standard was met.

The 2016-2017 Budget for the United School District was presented as a balanced budget, and the Budget was acceptable to the Pennsylvania Department of Education.

MET