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TCSD School Grades for 2016 to 2017

School Grading

Utah’s School Grading accountability system was designed to establish a clear and easily understandable evaluation of Utah schools by giving each school a grade of A, B, C, D or F. School grades are determined by how many points a school obtains. A total of 600 points are possible for elementary and junior high schools and 900 points are possible for high schools. High schools have more points because they have additional College and Career Readiness (CCR) points based on graduation rates and ACT scores. Points are computed for each indicator and calculated with the following metrics:

  • Academic Proficiency (300 points)
  • Academic Growth (300 points)
  • College and Career Readiness (150 points)
  • Participation Rate (Required 95 percent)

PACE

The Governor's "On PACE 66 percent by 2020" initiative seeks to increase the state's educational performance. The vision is that at least two-thirds of Utahans ages 20 to 64 will have earned a postsecondary degree or certificate by 2020. PACE is a descriptive report that does not report a letter grade or categorization of school performance. The following key metrics are displayed in PACE reports:

  • Reading and mathematics proficiency levels in grade 3
  • English language arts and mathematics proficiency levels in grades 6 and 8
  • Percent of 11th grade students scoring at college benchmark on the ACT test
  • High school graduation rate and college credits earned in high school
  • Participation rate ( 95 percent required)

To satisfy School Federal Accountability Reporting (SFAR) requirements, academic achievement levels are reported by disaggregated subgroup categories.

What do accountability reports do for students, parents and educators?

  • Report clear and understandable school assessment results to the public
  • Create strong incentives to improve achievement for all students
  • Provide opportunity for all schools to demonstrate success
  • Promote progress toward college and career readiness

Accountability reports and state test results are used by Tooele County School District to evaluate effectiveness of instructional materials, programs, and curriculum design.

Individual School Grading and detailed PACE reports can be found by visiting the Utah State Public School Data (PSD) Gateway https://datagateway.schools.utah.gov/ . The PSD Gateway empowers all Utah public school stakeholders to explore achievement levels at schools across the state.

For more information about school grades and accountability reports go to the 'Assessment, Accountability, and Research' home page: https://www.tooeleschools.org/apps/pages/assessment

2016/2017 School Grading Results

SCHOOL

GRADE

Anna Smith Elementary

D

Copper Canyon Elementary

C

Grantsville Elementary

C

Middle Canyon Elementary

C

Northlake Elementary

C

Overlake Elementary

B

Rose Springs Elementary

C

Settlement Canyon Elementary

C

Stansbury Park Elementary

B

Sterling Elementary

C

West Elementary

D

Willow Elementary

C

Dugway School

F

Clarke N. Johnsen Jr High

B

Grantsville Jr High

B

Tooele Jr High

B

Grantsville High

C

Stansbury High

C

Tooele High

D

Wendover High

F

Blue Peak High, Ibapah Elementary and Vernon Elementary had too few students to generate reports.