2014 Illinois School Report Card

 Earlier this month the Illinois State Board of Education released new school report cards for districts across the state. The new report cards emphasize student growth in addition to student achievement levels and district data traditionally shared. We are excited at the opportunity to place primary emphasis on the academic growth of our students. Meets or Exceeds is still important, but measuring, honoring and celebrating growth is why we are here.

Data indicates the environment of our district positions us to EXCEL. However, the data also indicates we are not yet performing at that level. As an institution, and community, we must embrace current opportunities to improve and ensure more of our students position themselves for success in college and career.

The first two graphs below contain growth visualizations of students currently in grades 4-9. The displays represent the movement of students from their performance levels in 2013 to their performance levels in 2014. Green=Growth. The green lines represent students who show positive growth by moving up one or more performance levels while the red lines represent students who show negative growth by moving down one or more performance levels. The gray lines represent students whose performance did not change performance levels. The thickness of the line represents the number of students who made the same transition from one performance level to another: the thicker the line, the more students moved between two particular performance levels.   

The bar graphs that follow the growth visualizations represent achievement levels in comparison to our surrounding school districts. We've included an interactive motion graph at the bottom of the page for you to create additional visualizations of the data. The data outlines causes for celebration and areas for growth. We remain committed to our current improvement efforts and will not rest until the data displays the EXCELLENCE of which we are capable. 

 

 

 

 

 

Class of 2015 (current seniors)

 

Percentage who earned a combined score of at least 21 on the ACT 

 

PSAE Reading - percentage meeting or exceeding standards

 

PSAE Math - percentage meeting or exceeding standards

 

 

Class of 2018 (current freshmen)

 

ISAT Reading - percentage meeting or exceeding standards

 

ISAT Math - percentage meeting or exceeding standards

 

 

 

Class of 2019 (current 8th grade)

 

ISAT Reading - percentage meeting or exceeding standards

 

 

ISAT Math - percentage meeting or exceeding standards

 

ISAT Science - percentage meeting or exceeding standards

 

 

Class of 2020 (current 7th grade)

 

ISAT Reading - percentage meeting or exceeding standards

 

 

ISAT Math - percentage meeting or exceeding standards

 

 

Class of 2021 (current 6th grade)

 

ISAT Reading - percentage meeting or exceeding standards

 

ISAT Math - percentage meeting or exceeding standards

 

 

Class of 2022 (current 5th grade)

 

ISAT Reading - percentage meeting or exceeding standards

 

ISAT Math - percentage meeting or exceeding standards

 

 

ISAT Science - percentage meeting or exceeding standards

 

 

Class of 2023 (current 4th grade)

 

ISAT Reading - percentage meeting or exceeding standards

 

ISAT Math - percentage meeting or exceeding standards

 

 

 

Use the interactive motion graph below to view a variety of visualizations of the data presented above.

 

 

Family Reading Night

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Billtown Cafe goes DIGITAL!

Williamsfield Schools is proud to announce that Wednesday, October 29 we officially go live with our online lunchroom point-of-sale system! This system allows families to view account balances, create low balance alerts, view meal history, and set-up automatic recurring payments. Registering for your FREE account is easy. Simply go to https://www.MySchoolBucks.com to create a secure account and never worry about sending cash or checks with your student(s) to school again.

Even though you now have the ability to pay for lunches on the go from your favorite mobile device, rest assured, we currently still accept cash and check. In addition, you will now be able to see your balance and students will be able to purchase extras and al a carte items without bringing cash to school!

We are very excited to finally be offering this service to our students and families. Should you have any questions or concerns, be sure to give Tim or Pam a call at 309.639.2219.

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STEM classes continue to be REVITALIZED!

Williamsfield Schools continues to live up to the commitment of providing innovative learning opportunities for our students. As an extension of our summer projects, in the last few weeks new collaborative lab tables were placed in our Life Science and Computer Science lab areas, idea boards were installed in the Life Science Lab and classroom, and ASUS Transformer Pads were distributed to all Integrated Math III students. In addition, our Middle School Food Science classes were treated to a variety of new items in the Culinary Lab. We can't wait to see what our students create with all these new tools!

 

  

 

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325 Kentucky Avenue
Williamsfield, IL, 61489
School Office: (309)-639-2216
District Office: (309)-639-2219