1:1 PSSA Student Participation
Description: At least 95% of eligible students will participate in required state-wide assessments.
1:2 PSSA Math, Reading and Writing Performance
Description: Performance of Hatboro-Horsham Students will achieve or exceed the Math, Reading and Writing PSSA NCLB benchmarks for Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) each year for all students and measurable disaggregated sub-groups by grade level, building, division and district. Also, in a comparison of Math, Reading and Writing PSSA performance from year to year for each grade level cohort, there will be a 5% decrease yearly in the number of students who score below the proficiency performance level and a 5% increase.
1:3 Four-Year Graduation Rate
Description: Student four year graduation rate will meet an 95% threshold and/or show growth.
2:1 Improve Student Academic Performance
Description: Students will achieve or exceed established district benchmarks for performance on local, state and national assessments which include Dynamic Indicators of Basic Early Literacy Skills (DIBELS), Developmental Reading Assessments (DRA2), TerraNova Achievement Test, and Reading and Mathematics 4Sight Benchmark , SAT and Advanced Placement (AP) and other district establish assessments.
3:1 Climate "District and Schools"
Description: Stakeholders' satisfaction will be measured using the Comprehensive School Climate Inventory on the Ten Dimensions of School Climate. The acceptable range of scores is 3.5 - 5 on a five point scale.
3:2 Social and Personal Responsibility "Students"
Description: Students will demonstrate an increase in social and personal responsibility as measured by an increase in support factors (prevention) and a decrease in risk factors. Baseline data to be identified and collected during the 2006-07 school term.
3:3 Wellness "Students"
Description: Students will improve physical wellness and fitness by demonstrating a reduced pattern of obesity and increased fitness performance as measured by BMI screening and select physical fitness tests when compared to established benchmarks in Grades 4, 7, and 10. Baseline data to be identified and collected during the 2006-07 and 2007-08 school term.
3:4 21st Century Skills
Description: By the year 2012, each graduating student will demonstrate 21st Century Learning Skills that include:
Learning and thinking skills
Information and Communications Technology literacy