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North Carolina School Report Cards 2015-2016 K-8 Charter School Snapshot

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Orange Charter
920 Corporate Drive
Hillsborough, NC 27278
(919)644-6272
 
Grade Range: K-8
Regular School
Traditional Calendar
 
Charter and Non-District Affiliated Schools
http://orangecharterschool.org
 
 
 

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School Performance Grade

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Achievement Indicators Score
Reading EOG Proficiency 78
Math EOG Proficiency 71
Science EOG Proficiency 90
Biology Proficiency .
Math I Proficiency 95

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Growth Status
Met

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  Score Grade
Achievement 78  
Growth 80.1  
School Performance 78 B
EOG Reading 78 B
EOG Math 73 B

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  • Formula for determining the School Performance Grade:

  • 80 percent of the School Performance Grade is based on the school achievement score. The school achievement score is calculated using a composite method based on the points earned by a school on all of the tests measured for that school

  • 20 percent of the School Performance Grade is based on academic growth

A+NG Schools: A+NG schools earned a score of 85-100 and do not have significant achievement or graduation gaps.

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SCHOOL PERFORMANCE
GRADING SCALE
Grade Range Letter Grade
85-100 A
70-84 B
55-69 C
40-54 D
Below 40 F

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School Profile

Average Class Size: The average number of students enrolled in the "typical" K-8 classroom.

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  Kindergarten Grade 1 Grade 2 Grade 3 Grade 4 Grade 5 Grade 6 Grade 7 Grade 8
Our School 20 22 21 21 20 21 18 19 17
State 19 19 19 19 20 21 21 22 21
* Legislation mandates that class sizes for grades 4-12 are not restricted.

School Size: The total number of studentsin this school and the average number of students in schools with similar grade ranges at the district and state levels.

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Our School 238
State 475
 

School Attendance: The average percentage of students who attend school daily.

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Our School 95.4%
State 95.7%

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PUBLIC SCHOOLS OF NORTH CAROLINA

State Board of Education | Department of Public Education

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KEEPING YOU INFORMED

More information about your school is available on the NC School

Report Cards website at http://www.ncpublicschools.org/src/

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School Performance

Performance of Students on the NC End-of-Grade Tests: Percentage of Students at Level 1 ( Limited Command of knowledge and skills)

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LEVEL 1 Reading Math Science
Our School 8.0% 12.6% 6.8%
State 21.6% 24.0% 14.0%

Performance of Students on the NC End-of-Grade Tests: Percentage of Students at Level 2 ( Partial Command of knowledge and skills)

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LEVEL 2 Reading Math Science
Our School 13.8% 16.1% N/A
State 21.5% 21.3% 13.3%

Performance of Students on the NC End-of-Grade Tests: Percentage of Students at Level 3 ( Sufficient Command of knowledge and skills)

Students performing at Level 3 are performing at grade level.

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LEVEL 3 Reading Math Science
Our School 7.5% 6.3% 5.1%
State 11.2% 7.7% 9.6%

Performance of Students on the NC End-of-Grade Tests: Percentage of Students at Level 4 ( Solid Command of knowledge and skills)

Students scoring at Level 4 meet NC Standard for College-and Career-Readiness and are performing at or above grade level.

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LEVEL 4 Reading Math Science
Our School 46.6% 37.4% 52.5%
State 34.5% 29.4% 42.1%

Performance of Students on the NC End-of-Grade Tests: Percentage of Students at Level 5 ( Superior Command of knowledge and skills)

Students scoring at Level 5 meet NC Standard for College-and Career-Readiness and are performing at or above grade level.

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LEVEL 5 Reading Math Science
Our School 24.1% 27.6% 32.2%
State 11.3% 17.6% 21.0%

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Five Achievement Levels

LEVEL 1: Limited Command of knowledge and skills

• Performing At or Above Grade Level: NO

• Meets N.C. Standard for College-and Career-Readiness: NO


LEVEL 2: Partial Command of knowledge and skills

• Performing At or Above Grade Level: NO

• Meets N.C. Standard for College-and Career-Readiness: NO


LEVEL 3: Sufficient Command of knowledge and skills

• Performing At or Above Grade Level: YES

• Meets N.C. Standard for College-and Career-Readiness: NO


LEVEL 4: Solid Command of knowledge and skills

• Performing At or Above Grade Level: YES

• Meets N.C. Standard for College-and Career-Readiness: YES


LEVEL 5: Superior Command of knowledge and skills

• Performing At or Above Grade Level: YES

• Meets N.C. Standard for College-and Career-Readiness: YES


What does this achievement level number mean?

Students scoring at Levels 1 and 2 will likely need additional help next year to succeed in that subject area. Students scoring at Level 3 are considered proficient for that grade level or course, but may still need some targeted help in the next grade or course. Students scoring at Levels 4 and 5 are ready for the next grade or course, and are also on a path to be prepared for college or a career by the time they graduate.

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The reading and math End-of-Grade tests are administered in grades 3-8. The science End-of-Grade tests are administered in grades 5 and 8 only.

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Annual Participation Requirements: Schools are required to test at least 95 percent of their students on assessments administered for accountability. This requirement is for the all students group and for each subgroup of students. The minimum number of students needed in a group is 30.

For more information on participation requirements please go to www.ncpublicschools.org/accountability/reporting..

Our school met 10 out of 10 targets.

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Quality Teachers

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  Total Number of Classroom Teachers* Fully Licensed Teachers**
Our School 21 81.0%
State 32 89.5%

* The total number of teachers in this school and the average number of teachers in schools with similar grade ranges at the district and state level.

** According to the charter school statute, a charter school is required to have a minimum of 50 of its teachers licensed.

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Highly Qualified Teachers:

Percentage of classes taught by Highly Qualified teachers as defined by federal law.

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Our School 93.3%
State 89.4%

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Safe, Orderly and Caring Schools

School Safety: The number of criminal acts reported per 100

students. Criminal acts include all acts occurring in school, on a school bus, on school grounds, or during off-campus, school-sponsored activities.

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Our School 0.84
State 0.24

Access to Technology: The Number of Students per Internet-Connected Digital Learning Device

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Level Number of Students per Device
Our School .
State 1.2

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On this measure, smaller numbers are better than larger numbers; there are more computers available to students when the number of students per computer is low.

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Financial Support

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Level Funding Type
Federal $246.12 Charter
Local $2,133.14 Charter
State $5,835.15 Charter
Federal $967.75 State Average
Local $2,172.86 State Average
State $5,718.43 State Average

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The SGPlot Procedure $246.12 $967.75 $2,133.14 $2,172.86 $5,835.15 $5,718.43 $0 $1,000 $2,000 $3,000 $4,000 $5,000 $6,000 Dollars Local State Federal State Average Charter Type

Source of Funds (Amount per Student, Child nutrition included): Charter schools in North Carolina operate with funding from local, state, and federal sources. The financial support reflected in these numbers includes all categories of expenses for operating a charter school, including teacher and administrator salaries, textbooks, transportation, Career and Technical Education courses and other education supplies and materials.

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Use of Funds Funding
1. Salaries 60.7%
2. Benefits 20.1%
4. Purchased Services 14.1%
3. Supplies & Materials 5.1%
5. Equipment 0.0%
6. Other 0.0%

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The SGPlot Procedure 60.7% 20.1% 5.1% 14.1% 0.0% 0.0% 0% 20% 40% 60% 1 2 3 4 5 6 6. Other 5. Equipment 4. Purchased Services 3. Supplies & Materials 2. Benefits 1. Salaries

Use of Funds: Education is a labor-intensive enterprise, as reflected in the accompanying chart. Salaries for teachers and other staff are usually the largest expense in a charter school. State and federal funds are generally allotted for specific purposes, services, or programs.

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Read to Achieve

The Read to Achieve program is a part of the Excellent Public Schools Act which became law in July of 2012 and applies to all schools at the beginning of the 2013-2014 school year. The goal of the State is to ensure that every student reads at or above grade level by the end of third grade. Students who are proficient on the 3rd-grade EOG or qualify for a "good cause exemption" are promoted to Grade 4. Students who are not proficient may be retained in 3rd grade or placed in 4th grade with extra reading instruction and interventions.

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  PROMOTED TO GRADE 4 RETAINED
  # of Students Percentage # of Students Percentage
Our School 19 90.5% . .
State 104574 85.6% 17581 14.4%