FROM THE DISTRICT SUPERINTENDENT

  • SUPERINTENDENT Kent Klewitz

Jefferson School District is pleased to present this data, reflecting, in part, our efforts to provide for maximum learning by all students. Our time and effort is focused on student learning, requiring strategic efforts on our part, in many areas. Stable and secure classrooms must be provided in order for our students to feel comfortable and supported as they take on new and more difficult challenges. We must provide caring, highly skilled and well prepared teachers, requiring time to: train for new and developing skills; review student progress and collaborate on students’ learning needs; and plan and prepare for effective instruction. We are dedicated to growing professionally to support the highest level of student learning possible. The support We share with parents is a significant factor in student learning. We believe this partnership has a tremendous impact on student success; and we are committed to building and fostering relationships with parents and community.

Thank you for your trust and support as, together, we provide for your child's growth.

Thank you,
Superintendent Mr. Kent Klewitz

    Key academic highlights:

  • Did at least 95% of students in this district take state exams?

    YES
    NO

For more report card measures including detailed demographic information visit www.ode.state.or.us/go/SchoolRC

DISTRICT PROFILE

2012-13 Change from previous year Students attending 90% or more of enrolled days
Grades K - 3 253 +3.7% 79%
Grades 4 - 5 124 +5.1% 88%
Grades 6 - 8 205 +3.5% 81%
Grades 9 - 12 284 -1.0% 67%
Average class size 2012-13 Change from previous year
Grades K - 3 23.9 -1.3%
Grades 4 - 5 25.8 +1.8%
Students transferring: 2012-13 Previous three year average
Into district 6.5% 5.7%
Out of district 8.6% 8.1%
Grades K - 3 Grades 4 - 5 Grades 6 - 8 Grades 9 - 12
English Learners 17% 17% 23% 16%
Economically disadvantaged 60% 65% 64% 45%
Students with disabilities 15% 18% 24% 19%
Number of different languages spoken 3 5 4 6

* This area was intentionally left blank as the district did not provide a statement or may not meet the minimum criteria to require that a statement be provided.

* This area was intentionally left blank as the district did not provide a statement or may not meet student population diversity to require the statement be provided.

TEACHER PROFICIENCY 2012-13
Percentage of highly qualified teachers (as defined by the federal government) 98.80%

GRADES K - 3 STUDENTS

GRADES K - 3 STAFF

GRADES 4 - 5 STUDENTS

GRADES 4 - 5 STAFF

GRADES 6 - 8 STUDENTS

GRADES 6 - 8 STAFF

GRADES 9 - 12 STUDENTS

GRADES 9 - 12 STAFF

2012-13 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09
District $10,591 $9,689 $10,375 $9,738 $9,691
State $9,903 $9,366 $9,363 $9,275 $9,392
Oregon’s quality education model (QEM) suggests adequate per pupil funding should be $11,970 in 2012-13. (Statewide average) 2012-13 data reflects budgeted not actual.
  District funding derived from the below sources
Local taxes and fees 27%
State funds 63%
Federal funds 11%

For a detailed report for each school, please visit: www.oregongeology.org/sub/projects/rvs/default.htm

EXPULSIONS & SUSPENSIONS

Student counts under 6 are suppressed to protect student confidentiality.

  Expulsions Suspensions
Total Students * 125
American Indian/Alaska Native * *
Asian * *
Black/African American * *
Hispanic/Latino * 30
Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander * *
White * 86
Multi-Racial * 6
Note: a ‘*’ is displayed when the data must be suppressed to protect student confidentiality.

DISTRICT PERFORMANCE

ARE STUDENTS MAKING ADEQUATE GAINS OVER TIME?

 
%
Exceeded & Met
 
Exceeded
Key:  
Met
 
Did not meet

District Performance (%)

2009-10     2010-11     2011-12

District Performance (%)

2012-13

Oregon Performance (%)

2012-13

Like-District Average (%)

2012-13

Students in grades 3 - 5
  • 68.6%
    9.3%
    59.3%
    31.4%
  • 71.5%
    18.3%
    53.2%
    28.5%
  • 59.3%
    18.6%
    40.7%
    40.7%
  • 58.1%
    16.3%
    41.9%
    41.9%
  • 71.0%
    28.5%
    42.4%
    29.0%
  • 72.3%
    31.7%
    40.6%
    27.7%
Students in grades 6 - 8
  • 59.3%
    9.8%
    49.5%
    40.7%
  • 70.0%
    7.9%
    62.1%
    30.0%
  • 50.3%
    7.7%
    42.6%
    49.7%
  • 48.7%
    8.8%
    39.9%
    51.3%
  • 69.1%
    20.8%
    48.3%
    30.9%
  • 69.9%
    22.5%
    47.4%
    30.1%
Students in grade 11
  • 53.8%
    7.7%
    46.2%
    46.2%
  • 78.5%
    10.8%
    67.7%
    21.5%
  • 71.1%
    3.6%
    67.5%
    28.9%
  • 64.3%
    16.1%
    48.2%
    35.7%
  • 85.7%
    21.2%
    64.5%
    14.3%
  • 85.0%
    22.4%
    62.6%
    15.0%
 
%
Exceeded & Met
 
Exceeded
Key:  
Met
 
Did not meet

District Performance (%)

2009-10     2010-11     2011-12

District Performance (%)

2012-13

Oregon Performance (%)

2012-13

Like-District Average (%)

2012-13

Students in grades 3 - 5
  • 73.5%
    8.3%
    65.2%
    26.5%
  • 54.3%
    12.4%
    41.9%
    45.7%
  • 58.4%
    11.4%
    47.0%
    41.6%
  • 35.7%
    8.8%
    26.9%
    64.3%
  • 62.1%
    27.8%
    34.3%
    37.9%
  • 64.2%
    30.7%
    33.5%
    35.8%
Students in grades 6 - 8
  • 64.6%
    11.8%
    52.8%
    35.4%
  • 53.7%
    8.9%
    44.8%
    46.3%
  • 39.7%
    8.7%
    31.0%
    60.3%
  • 43.0%
    5.7%
    37.3%
    57.0%
  • 62.1%
    20.3%
    41.7%
    37.9%
  • 61.7%
    22.6%
    39.1%
    38.3%
Students in grade 11
  • 46.2%
    4.6%
    41.5%
    53.8%
  • 61.5%
    7.7%
    53.8%
    38.5%
  • 38.6%
    1.2%
    37.3%
    61.4%
  • 46.4%
    1.8%
    44.6%
    53.6%
  • 70.1%
    7.5%
    62.6%
    29.9%
  • 70.3%
    9.0%
    61.3%
    29.7%
 
%
Exceeded & Met
 
Exceeded
Key:  
Met
 
Did not meet

District Performance (%)

2009-10     2010-11     2011-12

District Performance (%)

2012-13

Oregon Performance (%)

2012-13

Like-District Average (%)

2012-13

Students in grade 11
  • 66.2%
    7.7%
    58.5%
    33.8%
  • 72.3%
    6.2%
    66.2%
    27.7%
  • 58.5%
    58.5%
    41.5%
  • 41.1%
    41.1%
    58.9%
  • 61.0%
    6.4%
    54.6%
    39.0%
  • 62.4%
    6.4%
    56.0%
    37.6%
 
%
Exceeded & Met
 
Exceeded
Key:  
Met
 
Did not meet

District Performance (%)

2009-10     2010-11     2011-12

District Performance (%)

2012-13

Oregon Performance (%)

2012-13

Like-District Average (%)

2012-13

Students in grades 3 - 5
  • 84.4%
    7.8%
    76.6%
    15.6%
  • 73.8%
    12.5%
    61.3%
    26.3%
  • 80.4%
    11.8%
    68.6%
    19.6%
  • 63.8%
    1.7%
    62.1%
    36.2%
  • 68.1%
    16.0%
    52.1%
    31.9%
  • 69.3%
    18.6%
    50.6%
    30.7%
Students in grades 6 - 8
  • 63.8%
    12.1%
    51.7%
    36.2%
  • 54.9%
    11.3%
    43.7%
    45.1%
  • 42.6%
    5.6%
    37.0%
    57.4%
  • 49.2%
    7.9%
    41.3%
    50.8%
  • 67.1%
    13.5%
    53.6%
    32.9%
  • 65.7%
    13.7%
    52.0%
    34.3%
Students in grade 11
  • 52.3%
    15.4%
    36.9%
    47.7%
  • 61.5%
    16.9%
    44.6%
    38.5%
  • 39.5%
    6.2%
    33.3%
    60.5%
  • 41.1%
    1.8%
    39.3%
    58.9%
  • 64.2%
    13.4%
    50.8%
    35.8%
  • 61.6%
    13.4%
    48.2%
    38.4%
Visit www.ode.state.or.us/go/data for additional state exam results. Note: a ‘*’ is displayed when the data must be suppressed to protect student confidentiality.

OUTCOMES

WHAT ARE STUDENTS ACHIEVING IN HIGH SCHOOL?

COLLEGE AND CAREER READINESS

Students preparing for college and careers.

 

District Performance (%)

2009-10     2010-11     2011-12

District Performance (%)

2012-13

Oregon Performance (%)

2012-13

Like-District Average (%)

2012-13

Freshmen on track to graduate within 4 years * 91.8% 94.2% 90.6% * *
Students taking SAT 17.7% 34.5% 26.0% 23.2% 34.2% 34.6%

GRADUATION RATE

Students graduating with a regular diploma within four years of entering high school.

 

District Performance (%)

2008-09     2009-10     2010-11

District Performance (%)

2011-12

Oregon Performance (%)

2011-12

Like-District Average (%)

2011-12

Overall graduation rate 84.7% 83.1% 92.2% 93.8% 68.4% 69.6%

COMPLETION RATE

Students receiving a regular, modified, extended, or adult high school diploma or completing a GED within five years of entering high school.

 

District Performance (%)

2008-09     2009-10     2010-11

District Performance (%)

2011-12

Oregon Performance (%)

2011-12

Like-District Average (%)

2011-12

Overall completion rate NA 94.0% 90.7% 94.9% 80.5% 76.2%

DROPOUT RATE

Students who dropped out during the school year and did not re-enroll.

 

District Performance (%)

2008-09     2009-10     2010-11

District Performance (%)

2011-12

Oregon Performance (%)

2011-12

Like-District Average (%)

2011-12

Overall dropout rate 1.0% 0.3% 1.0% 0.7% 3.4% 3.4%

CONTINUING EDUCATION

Students continuing their education after high school.

 

District Performance (%)

2007-08     2008-09     2009-10

District Performance (%)

2010-11

Oregon Performance (%)

2010-11

Like-District Average (%)

2010-11

Students who enrolled in a community college or four-year school within 16 months of graduation NA 58.4% 45.5% 51.4% 61.1% 63.6%
All Students
  District Performance (%) Oregon Performance (%) District Compared to OR Average
On Track 90.6% -- --
Graduation 93.8% 68.4% +25.4%
Completion 94.9% 80.5% +14.4%
Dropout 0.7% 3.4% -2.7%
Economically Disadvantaged
  District Performance (%) Oregon Performance (%) District Compared to OR Average
On Track 85.3% -- --
Graduation 91.4% 61.1% +30.3%
Completion 92.9% 76.7% +16.2%
Dropout 0.6% 3.0% -2.4%
English Learners
  District Performance (%) Oregon Performance (%) District Compared to OR Average
On Track * -- --
Graduation 100.0% 49.2% +50.8%
Completion 91.7% 64.1% +27.6%
Dropout 0.0% 5.1% -5.1%
Students with Disabilities
  District Performance (%) Oregon Performance (%) District Compared to OR Average
On Track 72.7% -- --
Graduation 75.0% 38.2% +36.8%
Completion 100.0% 65.8% +34.2%
Dropout 0.0% 4.8% -4.8%
Talented and Gifted
  District Performance (%) Oregon Performance (%) District Compared to OR Average
On Track * -- --
Graduation 100.0% 90.9% +9.1%
Completion 100.0% 95.9% +4.1%
Dropout 0.0% 0.4% -0.4%
American Indian/Alaska Native
  District Performance (%) Oregon Performance (%) District Compared to OR Average
On Track * -- --
Graduation 75.0% 50.8% +24.2%
Completion 100.0% 65.6% +34.4%
Dropout 0.0% 7.7% -7.7%
Asian
  District Performance (%) Oregon Performance (%) District Compared to OR Average
On Track * -- --
Graduation -- 80.7% --
Completion -- 85.9% --
Dropout -- 0.9% --
Black/African American
  District Performance (%) Oregon Performance (%) District Compared to OR Average
On Track * -- --
Graduation 100.0% 53.3% +46.7%
Completion -- 70.5% --
Dropout 0.0% 5.9% -5.9%
Hispanic/Latino
  District Performance (%) Oregon Performance (%) District Compared to OR Average
On Track >95% -- --
Graduation 100.0% 59.5% +40.5%
Completion 93.3% 71.1% +22.2%
Dropout 1.5% 4.5% -3.1%
Multi-Racial
  District Performance (%) Oregon Performance (%) District Compared to OR Average
On Track * -- --
Graduation -- 69.1% --
Completion -- 84.9% --
Dropout 0.0% 3.3% -3.3%
Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander
  District Performance (%) Oregon Performance (%) District Compared to OR Average
On Track * -- --
Graduation -- 66.2% --
Completion -- 82.4% --
Dropout 0.0% 3.8% -3.8%
White
  District Performance (%) Oregon Performance (%) District Compared to OR Average
On Track 92.3% -- --
Graduation 93.8% 71.2% +22.6%
Completion 95.2% 83.2% +12.0%
Dropout 0.5% 3.0% -2.5%
Female
  District Performance (%) Oregon Performance (%) District Compared to OR Average
On Track 88.6% -- --
Graduation 94.3% 72.9% +21.4%
Completion 95.9% 83.3% +12.6%
Dropout 1.2% 2.8% -1.6%
Male
  District Performance (%) Oregon Performance (%) District Compared to OR Average
On Track 93.1% -- --
Graduation 93.3% 64.3% +29.0%
Completion 93.1% 78.0% +15.1%
Dropout 0.0% 3.9% -3.9%
Note: a ‘*’ is displayed when the data must be suppressed to protect student confidentiality.

CURRICULUM & LEARNING ENVIRONMENT

Elementary Schools Middle Schools High Schools

Free breakfast for all students and afternoon meal program

Full day kindergarten

Counseling and behavior support services

Program to develop skills for social and academic success

Program to help prevent bullying and harrassment

88% students surveyed report they feel teachers respect students

54% students are invovled in the community helping others

93% of students rate their physical health good/excelent

School meets the state standard of 225 minutes/week

Universal/daily breakfast & lunch program

PRIDE intervention

Counseling for academice, emotional and behavioral issues

After school tutoring in some subjects

Comprehensive credit recovery/independent study program

Elementary Schools Middle Schools High Schools

Parent committee providing resources for students and teachers

Special Education program for qualifying students

Bilingual/ESOL: Early exit Spanish literacy program

Reading Teacher: Supporting students and teachers

Bilingual/ESL model program: support based on

language proficiency and grade levels; Special Ed

Program: support for students on individual

education program; Structured Study: for extra academic support

Special Education program: LRC support for all students with IEPs

Over 140 college credits awarded last year

PRIDE school-wide intervention

Talented & Gifted (TAG) program

Elementary Schools Middle Schools High Schools

Talented and gifted (TAG) program

WORLD LANGUAGE COURSES

* Information was not submitted for this section.

SPECIAL PROGRAMS

Talented & Gifted (TAG)

Outdoor Scool

Explore Program

WORLD LANGUAGE COURSES

Spanish 1-4

HONORS & DUAL-ENROLLMENT COURSES

Computer Science

Math Analysis 1, 2, 3

SPECIAL PROGRAMS

* Information was not submitted for this section.

Middle Schools High Schools

SMILE: Program Science Math Investigative Learning Experiences

STEM: Science Technology Engineering Mathematics

Accounting

Welding & Advanced Welding

Woods & Advanced Woods

Auto Shop & Advanced Auto Shop

Elementary Schools Middle Schools High Schools

After School Program

Parenting classes, adult ESL classes and after school tutoring (ELL)

Family connect night and family math and literacy nights

Community movie night

10 sporting activities through parks and rec

2 Band Concerts

Over 50% of our students are involved in at least

one extra curricular activity

14 interscholastic sport's teams

A variety of academic and service clubs

Drama and Music productions/presentations

Data and information in the Curriculum and Learning Environment section was provided by local schools and districts and was not verified by the Oregon Department of Education.

FEDERAL TITLE I DESIGNATION

Priority and Focus school designations were based on 2011-12 data. Model school designations were based on 2012-13 data.

  Priority Focus Model
Number of Elementary Schools 0 0 0
Number of Middle Schools 0 0 0
Number of High Schools 0 0 0

Priority Schools are high poverty schools that were ranked in the bottom 5% of Title I-A schools in the state based on Oregon’s rating formula. These schools generally have overall very low achievement and limited growth over time. Additional supports and interventions to make improvements are needed.

Focus Schools are high poverty schools that were ranked in the bottom 5% -15% of Title I-A schools in the state with a significant achievement gap based on Oregon’s rating formula. These schools need additional support in closing the achievement gap among historically underserved student populations.

Model Schools are high poverty schools that were ranked in the top 5% of Title I-A schools in the state based on Oregon’s rating formula. These schools serve as models of successful student outcomes.

This data is part of the Open Books Project. It is not part of the Oregon Report Card.

FINANCIAL INFORMATION

These numbers reflect audited school district operating expenditures from 2011-2012 provided to the Oregon Department of Education. Included are expenditures of funds from federal, state, and local sources, including local option property taxes and private sources (i.e. nonprofit foundations). Capital project expenditures are not included - learn more about your district's capital spending here.

Spending by Category

Teaching and Student Resources

Buses, Buildings and Food

Business Services and Technology

Principal's Office

Central Administration

Category Subcategory Dollar Amount
Teaching and Student Resources Classroom Teachers, Librarians and Materials $5,104,369.36
Counselors and Health Services $169,697.34
Staff Training $73,250.17
Other Student Support Services $15,748.87
Buses, Buildings and Food Plant Operation and Maintenance $814,146.00
Student Transportation $578,880.00
Food Services $366,808.00
Business Services and Technology Business Management $103,039.00
Financial Management $102,330.00
Purchasing, Printing and Warehousing $69,874.00
Support Services $186,881.00
Principal's Office Principal's Office $746,244.00
Administrative Support $2,498.00
Central Administration Board of Education $60,752.00
Executive Office $124,351.00
Administrative Salaries/Benefits $75,347.00
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