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OHIO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL - NEW YORK STATE REPORT CARD [2018 - 19]

The New York State Report Card is an important part of the Board of Regents’ effort to create educational equity and raise learning standards for all students. Knowledge gained from the report card on a school’s or district’s strengths and weaknesses can be used to improve instruction and services to students. The report card provides information to the public on school/district staff, students, and measures of school and district performance as required by the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA). Fundamentally, ESSA is about creating a set of interlocking strategies to promote educational equity by providing support to districts and schools as they work to ensure that every student succeeds. New York State is committed to ensuring that all students succeed and thrive in school no matter who they are, where they live, where they go to school, or where they come from.

Glossary and Guide

Grades 3-8 English Language Arts Summary Results (2018-19)

Grade Not Tested Tested Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Proficient (Levels 3 & 4)
# % # % # % # % # %
Grade 3 33 51 4 8% 21 41% 24 47% 2 4% 26 51%
Grades 3-8 33 51 4 8% 21 41% 24 47% 2 4% 26 51%

Grade 3 ELA Results

Mean Score: 600
Subgroup Not Tested Tested Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Proficient (Levels 3 & 4)
# % # % # % # % # %
All Students 33 51 4 8% 21 41% 24 47% 2 4% 26 51%
General Education 19 46 3 7% 18 39% 23 50% 2 4% 25 54%
Students with Disabilities 14 5 1 20% 3 60% 1 20% 0 0% 1 20%
Asian or Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander 0 1
Black or African American 0 1
Hispanic or Latino 1 2
White 32 46 3 7% 17 37% 24 52% 2 4% 26 57%
Multiracial 0 1
Small Group Total 1 5 1 20% 4 80% 0 0% 0 0% 0 0%
Female 8 26 1 4% 12 46% 12 46% 1 4% 13 50%
Male 25 25 3 12% 9 36% 12 48% 1 4% 13 52%
English Language Learners 2 1
Non-English Language Learners 31 50
Economically Disadvantaged 16 16 3 19% 5 31% 8 50% 0 0% 8 50%
Not Economically Disadvantaged 17 35 1 3% 16 46% 16 46% 2 6% 18 51%
Not Migrant 33 51 4 8% 21 41% 24 47% 2 4% 26 51%
Not Homeless 33 51 4 8% 21 41% 24 47% 2 4% 26 51%
Not in Foster Care 33 51 4 8% 21 41% 24 47% 2 4% 26 51%
Parent Not in Armed Forces 33 51 4 8% 21 41% 24 47% 2 4% 26 51%

Grades 3-8 Mathematics Summary Results (2018-19)

Grade Not Tested Tested Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 & Above Proficient (Levels 3 & Above)
# % # % # % # % # %
Grade 3 33 51 6 12% 13 25% 23 45% 9 18% 32 63%
Grades 3-8 33 51 6 12% 13 25% 23 45% 9 18% 32 63%

Advanced grade 7 and 8 students who take a Regents math test in lieu of the grade 7 and/or 8 math test are reported in the Regents 7 and Regents 8 rows. Combined 7 and Combined 8 are students who took either the grade 7 or 8 math test or a Regents math test in lieu of the grade 7 or 8 math test.

Grade 3 Math Results

Mean Score: 601
Subgroup Not Tested Tested Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Proficient (Levels 3 & 4)
# % # % # % # % # %
All Students 33 51 6 12% 13 25% 23 45% 9 18% 32 63%
General Education 19 46 4 9% 13 28% 20 43% 9 20% 29 63%
Students with Disabilities 14 5 2 40% 0 0% 3 60% 0 0% 3 60%
Asian or Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander 0 1
Black or African American 0 1
Hispanic or Latino 1 2
White 32 46 4 9% 11 24% 23 50% 8 17% 31 67%
Multiracial 0 1
Small Group Total 1 5 2 40% 2 40% 0 0% 1 20% 1 20%
Female 9 25 4 16% 9 36% 9 36% 3 12% 12 48%
Male 24 26 2 8% 4 15% 14 54% 6 23% 20 77%
English Language Learners 2 1
Non-English Language Learners 31 50
Economically Disadvantaged 16 16 3 19% 4 25% 9 56% 0 0% 9 56%
Not Economically Disadvantaged 17 35 3 9% 9 26% 14 40% 9 26% 23 66%
Not Migrant 33 51 6 12% 13 25% 23 45% 9 18% 32 63%
Not Homeless 33 51 6 12% 13 25% 23 45% 9 18% 32 63%
Not in Foster Care 33 51 6 12% 13 25% 23 45% 9 18% 32 63%
Parent Not in Armed Forces 33 51 6 12% 13 25% 23 45% 9 18% 32 63%

Advanced grade 8 students who take a Regents science test in lieu of the grade 8 science test are reported in the Regents 8 row.

Annual Regents examination results include those from August, January, and June of the reporting year. If a student takes the same Regents examination multiple times during the reporting year, only the highest score is included in these results.

A High School Cohort consists of all students who first enter grade 9 anywhere or, in the case of ungraded students with disabilities, reach their seventeenth birthday in a particular school year (July 1 - June 30). The "year" used to identify the cohort is the year in which the July 1 - December 31 dates fall. Results are reported four years after these students first enter grade 9.

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