Dashboards for School Psychs and Educational Diagnosticians
Secondary Counselors: Contains several dashboards looking mostly at preparation for post-secondary. It includes: AP & Honors enrollment by race, Demographics, Retention (percent of retention and list of individual students), PSAT completion rate and list of students, Graduate and Dropout rates, FAFSA Completion by building, FAFSA completion by student. FAFSA is for currently active 12th graders.
Student Data: Provides an overview of an individual student. This dashboard includes attendance, discipline, Mental Health Checklist results, grades, and 9th Grade Risk indicators.
Attendance: Provides the percent of students who have at least 90% attendance by grade, race, and disability status for students active in the building. Also includes the MSIP 90/90 attendance calculation both historically and year-to-date.
Assessments: Provides an overview of the STAR, MAP, EOC, and ACT results for each building by race and grade. The data includes the most recent respective score for any currently active student in the building. The purpose of this dashboard it to assist with finding students who need academic intervention.
Discipline: Includes behavior incident and suspension data by race, disability status, and grade for currently active students. Most dashboards include any behavior incidents a student has had regardless of where the behavior occurred. The purpose is to determine which student need behavioral intervention. Dashboards marked with "by Building of Incident" in the title include only behavior that occurred in the respective building. These dashboards are helpful for setting building or team/grade level goals around behavior and for monitoring year over year progress.
Coalition Checklist: Summarizes the results of Boone County Mental Health Coalition Checklist. Results for both teacher and student completed checklists are available. Results are restricted to students active in the building. These reports are slightly different from reports available from the Coalition because inactive students are removed and data from checklists completed in other schools is included when the student is active in a new building.
Graduate Follow-up: The results of the annual follow-up conducted on seniors who graduated the prior year. Indicates what the students were doing as of the follow-up data collection, including college, military, employment, etc.
Life Ready Indicators: A summary of students who have graduated and their level of readiness to enter college or a career ready.