PARCC Assessment Data – 2014-15
During the 2014-15 school year, 33% of 7th graders at E.L. Haynes scored at least 4 on the PARCC assessment, while 58% of students scored at least a 3. Overall, these proficiency rates ranked in the top 10 amongst 7th grade cohorts across Washington D.C.
Fountas & Pinnell Data – 2014-15
In 2014, Rob and Matt teamed up for the 2nd time to teach 7th grade. During that school year, 69 students started and ended the year in one of their classes. When the year began just 12 students (17%) were reading on grade-level or above, as measured by F&P reading level assessments (Level X or higher). By the end of the year, 31 students (45%) were reading on grade-level or above (Level Y or higher). The 57 students that began the year below grade level (W or below), grew by an average of 1.76 years. The 21 students with IEPs grew by an average of 1.51 years.
DC CAS Scores – 2012-14
These results were mirrored by the 2014 DC-CAS scores. The value-added score was in the top 95% of all DC teachers. The 7th grade students had a proficiency rate of 74%. This was year-over-year growth (same students last year and this year) of 26%. In addition, only 1% of 7th graders were Below Basic in reading.