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  1. We are Cobb… With more than 13,000 employees, CCSD is the second largest employer in Cobb County. 114 Schools Elementary Schools – 67 Middle Schools - 25 High Schools - 16 Special Education Centers – 2 Charter schools – 2 Adult Education Center - 1 Performance Learning Ctr. - 1 Enrollment: 109,000+ White 41.1% Black 31.7% Hispanic 18.6% Asian 5.0% Multi-Racial 3.3% 61% of teachers haveearned advanced degrees. 6 magnet programs for advanced studies in a variety of subjects: Math, Science & Technology | International Studies | Engineering & Biotechnology International Baccalaureate | Performing Arts | Medical Sciences & Research The District earned five-year re-accreditation from the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) in November 2009, following a comprehensive evaluation.

  2. Important Data Trends for CCSD Full Time Equivalent (FTE)October enrollment counts: 2013 107,258 2012 108,452 2011 107,291 2010 107,315 2009 107,245 Student AverageDaily Attendance: 2013 unavailable 2012 96.32% 2011 96.13% 2010 95.89% 2009 96.13% Economically DisadvantagedPoverty, System Overall: 2013 45.00% 2012 44.02% 2011 43.04% 2010 40.80% 2009 37.75% HOPE Eligible Graduates: 2013 unavailable 2012 45.4% 2011 47.6% 2010 45.4% 2009 45.2%

  3. Inclusive Excellence Participation in Arts & Foreign Language Based on high school enrollment, 2011-12

  4. College and Career Ready Performance Index (CCRPI) • New statewide accountability system that replaces the federal Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) • The CCRPI score for each school is calculated on a 100-point scale from three components: • Achievement Points [70%] include state standardized tests, SAT, ACT, graduation rates, core courses passed, AP, and career pathways. • Progress Points [15%] gauge the growth students achieve from year to year. • Achievement Gap Points [15%] measure the difference between performance of student groups.

  5. College and Career Ready Performance Index (CCRPI) • Achievement Points account for 60 percent of the overall school score and include state standardized tests such as the CRCT and Georgia High School Graduation Tests; the SAT and ACT, graduation rates, core courses passed, Advanced Placement, and career pathways. • Progress Pointsaccount for 25 percent of the overall school score and gauge the growth students achieve from year to year. This score takes into account the rate of growth of similar groups of students in different schools and reports if students within the school are making similar gains. • Achievement Gap Pointsaccount for 15 percent, measuring the difference between performance of the lowest 25 percent of students and performance of the overall Georgia student population.

  6. Student Achievement CRCT • The percentage of Cobb students meeting or exceeding standards was higher than the state in every content area and grade level. • 17elementary schools and 6middle schools had 90 percent or more ofstudents meet or exceed standards in all content areas tested.

  7. Student Achievement Writing Tests NEW Iowa Tests 3rd Grade – 59th percentile 5th Grade – 63th percentile 7th Grade – 61st percentile • 11th Grade - 97 percent meet or exceed standards • 8th Grade – 87 percent meet or exceed standards • 5th Grade – 82 percent meet or exceed standards

  8. Student Achievement SAT ACT CCSD average score of 1515(Max - 2400) is 63 points higher than the state average and 17 points higher than the national average. 81% of 2013 graduates took the SAT. With a composite score of 22.1, (Max – 36) 2013 marks the eighthconsecutive year Cobb graduates exceeded national, state averages on the ACT in all four subject areas (English, Math, Reading & Science).

  9. Student Achievement Participation in challenging Advanced Placement courses has grown 184%since 2004. • In 2012 and 2013, 15 Cobb high schools were recognized by the Georgia Department of Education as AP Honor Schools for increasing AP access and participation. • Cobb is among just 388 public school systems in the U.S. to earn a place on the College Board’s AP Achievement List for expanding access to rigorous AP coursework.

  10. Post-Secondary Enrollment Cobb students meet with success and move on to post-secondary options at high rates. • For the most recent reported statistics: • 75.5% enrolled in post-secondary institutions during the first year after graduation Source: National Student Clearinghouse

  11. 4-year Graduation Rate 76.5%for 201376.0% for 2012 73.4% for 2011 • 11 of 16 Cobb County high schools posted graduation rates higher than the state rate of 71.5%. • 10 Cobb high schools posted improved graduation rates in 2013 compared to the class of 2012. • The 2013 rate also exceeds the local target of 75.5% set by the Board of Education in the District's Strategic Plan.

  12. Title I Schools Five Title I schools were named Reward Schools by the Georgia Department of Education as part of the new state accountability system. Osborne High, Campbell Middle, SmithaMiddle, Lindley 6th Grade Academy and Belmont Hills Elementaryare among the 10 percent of Title I schools statewide that showed the greatest improvement in student performance over the past three years on state assessments.

  13. Inclusive Excellence - ACT In 2008, CCSD had 645 African-American students take the ACT. In 2013, CCSD had 1,008African-American student test takers. On the 2013 ACT, 28% of CCSD test takers were African-American, 51% were White. 2013 ACT average scores for African-American students:

  14. Inclusive Excellence - CRCT Reading - % Meeting/Exceeding Reading Gap (2006) African American: White = 14% Reading Gap (2013) African American: White = 5% GPS curriculum assessed in Grades 1-8 Beginning in 2011, Grades 3-8 were assessed

  15. Student Achievement - CRCT English Language Arts - % Meeting/Exceeding ELA Gap (2006) African American: White = 15% ELA Gap (2013) African American: White = 7% GPS curriculum assessed in Grades 1-8 Beginning in 2011, Grades 3-8 were assessed

  16. Inclusive Excellence - CRCT Mathematics- % Meeting/Exceeding Math Gap (2006) African American: White = 17% Math Gap (2013) African American: White = 14% GPS curriculum assessed in Grades 1-8 Beginning in 2011, Grades 3-8 were assessed

  17. Science, Technology, Engineering & Math • South Cobb, Wheeler, Kennesaw Mountain high schools host STEM-based magnet programs open to all qualifying students. • Kennesaw Mountain, Wheeler earned state STEM certification;Several Cobb schools working to meet certification criteria. • Many schools implementing local STEM initiatives, including local academies and integrated lesson planning. • Extracurricular activities such as Robotics teams, Science Olympiad and Odyssey of the Mind build upon classroom curriculum.

  18. National Blue Ribbon Schools 2013 Fair Oaks Elem., Tritt Elem. 2012 Hendricks Elementary 2011 Timber Ridge Elementary 2009 Hightower Trail Middle 2008 Mabry Middle 2007 Walton High 2003 Dickerson Middle 2001 Shallowford Falls Elementary 2000 Lassiter High

  19. Georgia Schools of Excellence • Garrison Mill Elementary, King Springs Elementary, Kennesaw Charter Academy 2011 HillgroveHigh, SprayberryHigh 2010 Lassiter High 2009 Pope High, Dodgen Middle, Ford Elementary, Mableton Elementary, Teasley Elementary 2008 Harrison High, Lassiter High, Dickerson Middle, Kemp Elementary, Timber Ridge Elementary 2007 Daniell Middle, Davis Elem., Rocky Mount Elem., ShallowfordFalls Elem., Murdock Elem. 2006 Tritt Elementary 2005 Walton High 2003 Hightower Trail Middle

  20. Awards & Accomplishments The Board approved the District’s new Strategic Plan. • Plan details core values and beliefs, identifies long-term goals, sets academic targets and outlines key strategies. • Established new mission and vision for the District: Mission: Creating and Supporting Pathways for Success Vision: Empowering Dreams for the Future • Created a one-page School Strategic Plan for all 112 schools • Created the Superintendent Evaluation Document

  21. Staff Awards & Accomplishments • Christy Garvin, gifted teacher at Vaughan Elementary, was named winner of the 2012 Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching. • Walton High School art teacher Kathleen Petkawas named 2014 National Art Honor Society Sponsor of the Year. • Amy Zschaberof Cooper Middle School named 2013-2014 Georgia Middle School Art Teacher of the Year by the Georgia Art Education Association. • Debi Goodman, Kindergarten teacher at Shallowford Falls Elementary, is one of two winners in the statewide Innovation in Teaching Competition.

  22. Staff Awards & Accomplishments • Consulting nurse Julie Barton named 2014 School Nurse Administrator of the Year by the Georgia Association of School Nurses. • Nickajack Elementary earned the Green Innovation Award from the Cobb County Water System for its STEM and conservation-focused education program. • For the tenth consecutive year, Financial Services earned the prestigious Meritorious Budget Award from the Association of School Business Officials International (ASBO). • Brian DeVoreof Mountain View Elementary named southern Elementary Physical Education Teacher of the Year for 2014 by the American Association for Health, P.E. and Dance.

  23. Excellence in Music & Arts NAMM Foundation & American Music Conference named Cobb among Top Communities for Music Education 12 times. • 40,000+ students enrolled in music elective programs: band, chorus, orchestra, general music, music appreciation, piano keyboarding, AP music theory, and guitar • 49,000+ elementary students receive music instruction • More than 200 state and national Invitational Band, Chorus, and Orchestra Concert Performances • Magnet program at Pebblebrook High School offers specialized instruction in voice, drama, dance Recognized visual arts excellence • Visual arts instruction offered at all grade levels, including advanced courses • Student artists consistently place in local, state and national art shows and competitions. • Collaboration with community artists, local museums and exhibits

  24. The Sound of Music Education • 40,000+ students enrolled in music elective programs:band, chorus, orchestra, general music, music appreciation, piano keyboarding, AP music theory, and guitar • 49,000+ elementary students receive music instruction • More than 200 state and national Invitational Band, Chorus, and Orchestra Concert Performances • 14 Bands of America Regional Marching Band Championships • 3 Bands of America National Marching Band Top 12 Finalists • 1 two-time Bands of America National Championships • 20 Performances in Nationally Televised Parades

  25. High Performance • Center for Excellence in the Performing Arts at Pebblebrook High School offers specialized instruction in voice, drama, dance. • 4 choirs selected to perform with Atlanta Symphony Orchestra • Hundreds of students selected for All-State Band, Chorus, and Orchestra events each year • Multiple Region winners for One-Act Play Competition each year • ~40 students selected each year in Fine and Performing Arts to the Governor’s Honors Program • Multiple High School European Choir Tours

  26. Champions: Athletics & Activities 2012-2013 Kell Girls’ Lacrosse – 2014 5A State Champions Harrison Girls’ Soccer – 2014 6A State Champions McEachernGirls’ Basketball – 2014, 2012 5A State Champions Pope Wrestling –2014, 2013 5A Team Dual State Champions Walton Girls’ Volleyball –2014, 2013 6A State Champions Pope Baseball – 2013 5A State Champions Osborne JROTC Raider Challenge – National Championship Walton Girls’ Tennis –2013 6A State Champions Kennesaw Mountain Literary Team – 2013 6A State Champions

  27. General Fund Revenue FY 2014 Federal $3,999,097 0.49% Total Revenue $811,061,746 Local/Transfer $399,718,733 49.28% State $407,343,916 50.22%

  28. General Fund Expenditures FY 2014 $856,291,125 General Fund Budgeted Expenditure Total (FY2014)

  29. Per Student Expenditure Comparison of Metro Atlanta School Districts Source: Governor’s Office of Student Achievement 2012-2013 Report Card (latest available)

  30. Annual Cost of State Austerity Reductions

  31. Metro Area Property Tax Comparison * $206,700 represents the average assessed value of homes in Cobb County

  32. Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) Devices may include laptops, netbooks, tablets, smartphones and other mobile electronics • Personalized learning • Differentiated instructional strategies • Focused on the learning, noton the tools Daniell, Floyd and Lost Mountain middle schools

  33. “Flipped” Classroom Reverses traditional teaching by deliveringinstruction online outside of class and moving “homework” into the classroom. • Students watch lectures at home at their own pace • Teachers and peers communicate via online discussions • Students use class time to apply concepts through activities, labs, collaborative work, and tutorials. • Gives teachers more time to provide feedback and help students • Allows students with multiple learning styles and abilities to learn at their own pace and through traditional models • Provides students and opportunity to “rewind” topics for mastery. Dodgen, Pine Mountain and Smitha middle schools

  34. BYOD & “Flipped” Classroom Both initiatives expand and restructurelearning opportunities to: • Promote higher order thinking, creativity and other 21st Century Skills • Increase student engagement • Promote greater collaboration between teachers, students, & parents • Improve student access to technology/digital resources • Integrate technology seamlessly into curriculum • Increase project based learning activities • Raise achievement levels in core content areas