Data Wall Descriptions

District Data Wall Descriptions

Data Points:


Student Metrics

Tardy %

This describes the average percent of students who are late to school on a daily basis.

Attendance %

This describes the percent of the student body who is present on a daily basis.

# of DRFs

This describes the number of discipline referrals issued from teachers and administrators.

Days of PASS

This describes the number of days of Positive Alternative to School Suspension that have been issued.

Days of OSS

This describes the number of Out of School Suspension days that have been issued.

Quarterly Student Academics

# of Students


This describes the number of students that have earned honor roll at the Gold, Silver, and/or Bronze level for each grading period.



Quarterly Gradual Release of Responsibility

% of Teachers at a Level 3 or 4 on a 4-point scale


This describes the percent of teachers who are observed with proficient or mastery skill on each component of the Gradual Release of Responsibility Instructional Framework.  Teachers are undergoing training for these components throughout the school year and are observed by the principals, assistant principals, and instructional framework specialists.  The percent listed describes the frequency in which teachers are using the Instructional Framework at a proficient or higher level.

Focused Instruction

Whole Group Guided Instruction

Collaborative Learning

Independent Learning

Leveled Independent Learning

Exit Slip

Overall Average Score



Percentage of Students at Each Level

Well Below Benchmark

Below Benchmark


Above Benchmark


Dynamic Indicators of Basic Early Literacy Skills (DIBELS) determines the

development of critical literacy skills that students need to become successful

readers. There are 4 levels of scores, which corresponded to a rating of either

"On Track" or "Off Track".  All Off Track K-3 students will be placed on a

Reading Improvement Monitoring Plan (RIMP).




Reading &


Percentage of Students at Each Level







Northwest Evaluation Association (NWEA)'s Reading and Math assessment is a

computer-adaptive test that is given three times a year which changes based

on a student's answers throughout the test.  Students may receive different

numbers of questions on the test depending on their levels.  RIT scores are

measures of their performance on the assessment, and growth targets are

also created based on their grade level and test performance.  Percentiles

(from 1-100) show how the students performed on the assessment relative to

nationwide sets of similar grade level students.  An asterisk in the "Met

Growth Target" field indicates that the student met or did not meet the

growth target, but the performance was within the standard of error of the




IStation Data - Percentage of Students at Each Tier


iStation Reading is a computer-based intervention program.  Students will take a monthly assessment during at the first computer login of the calendar month.  Based on this assessment, students will be placed into tiers (groups), with Tier 1(highest performing tier) then Tier 2, and finally Tier 3(lowest performing).  Percentile is also measured (range from 1-100) as a comparison between a student's performance as compared to nationwide results from similar students. A lexile is a score that measures a student's reading level and ability.

Tier 1

Tier 2

Tier 3


Percentage of Students Meeting Benchmark for on Track for College Readiness (PSAT)







The PSAT assessment is given to all grade 8-11 students as a preparation for the

SAT test given to grade 11 students in the Spring of their junior year.  Total scores

are out of a total of 1600.  Section scores for Evidence-based Reading and Writing

(EBRW) and Mathematics are out of a total of 800 points each.  For a more detailed

analysis of PSAT scores, please contact your student's teacher or school.  

Percentiles (between 0 and 100) are reflective of a student's performance as

compared to all other similar grade level students who took the test during the 15-

16 and 16-17 school years.


Senior Data - Percentage of Students on Track for Graduation


Quarter 1

Quarter 2

Quarter 3

Quarter 4

On Track

This describes the percent of senior students who are on track for graduating this year on time.  This component looks at the student’s earned credits, Ohio State Test scores, and all alternative pathways to graduation.  Principals and guidance counselors assess a student’s on/off track status, which is reported here.

Off Track

  • Preschool