Annual report information now available online
Updated April 2013
Elizabeth C-1 is pleased to provide information for our 2012 Annual Report to the Public.
Every year, school districts in Colorado report their performance to their communities, based on requirements in the No Child Left Behind Act. In addition, state law has required that districts report district accreditation information. Both the information required by federal law and district accreditation information is now available on the Colorado Department of Education’s Web site at SchoolView Data Center
There, the district profile for Elizabeth School District includes the following information:
1. Colorado Growth Model. The Colorado Growth Model provides a common understanding of how individual students and groups of students progress from year to year on the Colorado Student Assessment Program (CSAP) toward state standards based on where each individual student begins.
2. CSAP/TCAP results by grade level for each school and for the district.
3. School and district CSAP performance for the last two years, compared with the state of Colorado as a whole.
4. CSAPA results (for students given the alternate assessment), if applicable.
5. National Assessment of Educational Progress results for Colorado students
1. Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) results. Adequate Yearly Progress is the federal accountability measure for schools and districts under the No Child Left Behind legislation. The report includes the overall AYP determination for schools and districts as well as their specific AYP results.
Teacher Quality Data
1. The percent of classes not taught by Highly Qualified Teachers.
2. Information about teachers including the professional qualifications of teachers, and the percent of teachers with emergency licenses.
Post-Secondary Readiness Data
1. Post-secondary readiness indicators including (as applicable): the number and percent of students taking advanced placement courses, students enrolled in institutions under the Post Secondary Enrollment Options Act.
2. Graduation rates and drop out rates.
3. Results of the college entrance exam (ACT) for the district as a whole, and compared to the state average.
District budget, revenues and expenditures; attendance rates; evidence of a safe, civil learning environment; and number of expelled and suspended students.