Keystone Oaks School District Releases 2017 School Performance Profile
Keystone Oaks School District has released its 2017 School Performance Profile scores that provide a school-level academic score for each district building as well as every public school in Pennsylvania. The School Performance Profile reflects academic and assessment data that was collected during the 2016-2017 school year.
This is the third SPP score since 2014, and the second one since the new PA Core Standards were put into effect. The more rigorous standards were utilized in 2014 PSSA exams for the first time, and student scores from those exams created new baselines for future academic performance in all school across the commonwealth.
To see details about building-specific scores, please choose your student’s building below:
The School Performance Profile scores are the result of a number of tools used to measure academic growth and achievement, including:
“I am proud of our students’ academic achievements and of the hard working teachers, administrators and support staff members throughout Keystone Oaks School District,” said William Stropkaj, Superintendent. “We know that there are areas we need to focus on and we will continue to work to implement curriculum and invest resources where they are needed to ensure that we are meeting the needs of our students.”
- The Pennsylvania Value-Added Assessment System (PVAAS), which measures student growth from one academic year to the next.
- The Pennsylvania System of School Assessment (PSSA), which measures achievement at a given point in time (test day) and compares test scores to a set of standards
- SAT and ACT exam scores
- Attendance and graduation rates
- Participation in Advanced Placement, International Baccalaureate and college-level courses
Posted: Friday, October 27, 2017