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200 Godwin Ave
Williamston, NC 27892-9262 
(252) 792-7881

Principal: Clay Wagner
Prior Principal: Clay Wagner

 Martin County Schools
Grades 9-12
Regular School
Traditional Calendar
Title I

 
 
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School Size
The total number of students in your school and the average number of students in schools with similar grade ranges in your district and the state.
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Our School:

599

 

District:

520

 

State:

794

 




Average Course Size
The average number of students per section enrolled in the courses below at the time of testing.
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English I

Algebra I

Algebra II

Geometry

Biology

Physical Science

Civics & Economics

US History

Our School

15

14

19

---

16

18

20

14

District

15

19

17

---

17

18

20

18

State

18

20

20

---

18

18

19

18

* Geometry tests were eliminated from the ABCs effective 2010-11.




Specialized Course Enrollments
The percentage of high school Advanced Placement (AP) and International Baccalaureate (IB) course enrollments, community college and university regular academic course enrollments, and high school and community college career and technical course enrollments.
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Percentage of Total Course Enrollments in:

Advanced College Prep Courses
(AP*, IB**, Community College, University)

Career and Technical Courses
(School, Community College)

Our School

1%

19%

District

1%

18%

State

5%

15%

* AP = Advanced Placement
** IB = International Baccalaureate



Financial Support
Information about the financial support in your district is available on your district's Report Card. This information includes the source of funds from local, state and federal sources; the use of funds for salaries, employee benefits, purchased services, supplies/materials, instructional equipment, and other items.


 

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200 Godwin Ave
Williamston, NC 27892-9262 
(252) 792-7881

Principal: Clay Wagner
Prior Principal: Clay Wagner

 Martin County Schools
Grades 9-12
Regular School
Traditional Calendar
Title I

 
 
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STUDENT PERFORMANCE
North Carolina students in grades 3-8 must complete annual ABCs End-of-Grade tests in reading, mathematics and science (grades 5 and 8). Students enrolled in the following courses must complete End-of-Course tests: English I, Algebra I, Algebra II, Biology, Physical Science, Civics & Economics, and US History. Results from tests taken by students in this school are reported below. (In the 2011-12 school year, the End-of-Course tests in Physical Science, Algebra II, Civics and Economics, and U.S. History will be eliminated from the testing program.)


Overall Student Performance
In any group where the percentage of students at a grade level is greater than 95% or less than 5%, the actual values may not be displayed because of federal privacy regulations. In these cases, the results will be shown as >95% or <5% for the group.

Performance of Students in Each Course on the ABCs End-of-Course Tests
Percentage of students' scores at or above grade level*
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English I

Algebra I

Algebra II

Geometry

Biology

Physical Science

   Civics   & Economics

US History

Our School

75.7%

72.7%

76.6%

---

76.4%

71.3%

74.2%

79.6%

# of Tests Taken

177

99

111

---

148

202

159

113

District

77.4%

86.4%

84.6%

---

80.1%

75.7%

70.1%

82.9%

State

80.6%

76.7%

82.3%

---

79.9%

76.5%

80.0%

81.5%

* If the number of students in a category is 5 or fewer, then results are not shown and are represented by a N/A. 
* Geometry tests were eliminated from the ABCs effective 2010-11.


Performance of Each Student Group on the ABCs End-of-Course Tests
The percentage of passing scores on the state End-of-Course tests grouped by gender, ethnicity and other factors.*
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All

Male

Female

White

Black

Hispanic

American
Indian

Asian

Pacific
Islander

Two
or
More
Races

E.D.

N.E.D.

L.E.P.

Migrant
Students

Students
with
Disabilities

Our School

74.9%

71.9%

77.9%

84.4%

66.2%

88.0%

N/A

>95%

N/A

80.0%

64.9%

85.5%

N/A

N/A

31.3%

# of Tests Taken

1,009

502

507

441

527

25

N/A

8

N/A

5

519

490

N/A

N/A

99

District

79.2%

77.7%

80.7%

88.4%

71.4%

81.0%

N/A

>95%

N/A

80.0%

72.3%

87.6%

50.0%

N/A

40.7%

State

79.7%

78.4%

81.0%

87.7%

66.0%

74.0%

71.3%

86.6%

82.6%

82.4%

69.4%

88.2%

48.7%

59.2%

45.0%

*If the number of students in a category is fewer than five, then results are not shown and are represented by a N/A.
• E.D. = Economically Disadvantaged Students

• N.E.D. = Not Economically Disadvantaged Students

• L.E.P. = Limited English Proficient Students

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Additional Student Performance Data

SAT
The percentage of high school seniors who took the SAT and combined scores on the SAT critical reading and SAT mathematics. Scores from the writing portion of the SAT are not included in these percentages.
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Participation Rate (%)

Average Total SAT Score

Our School

53%

932

District

47%

915

State

67%

1,001

Nation

50%

1,011



SCHOOL PERFORMANCE
Each year, schools in North Carolina may receive several designations based on their performance on the state's ABCs tests. Those designations are awarded on the basis of the percentage of students performing at grade level and on whether students have learned as much as they are expected to learn in one year. The designations earned by your school are displayed below, followed by a brief description of each designation.
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Our School's Designation(s): School of Progress, High Growth

Percent of Schools
with Designation

Designation

Performance:
Students performing at grade level

Growth:
Learning achieved in one year

District

State

High
Growth

Expected
Growth

Expected
Growth
Not Achieved

Honor School of Excellence

At least 90% of students at grade level and the school made adequate yearly progress (AYP)

if check, high growthif check, expected growth--

0%

14%

School of Excellence

At least 90% of students at grade level

if check, high growthif check, expected growth--

0%

2%

School of Distinction

80 to 90% of students at grade level

if check, high growthif check, expected growth--

50%

29%

School of Progress

60 to 80% of students at grade level

if check, high growthif check, expected growth--

50%

27%

No Recognition

60 to 100% of students at grade level

----if check, expected growth not achieved

0%

24%

Priority School

50 to 60% of students at grade level
or
Less than 50% of students at grade level

if check, high growthif check, expected growthif check, expected growth not achieved

0%

3%

Low Performing

Less than 50% of students at grade level

----if check, expected growth not achieved

0%

1%



Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) Results
North Carolina has set target goals that schools must meet to make Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) under the federal No Child Left Behind Act.
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AYP

Targets

Our school did not make adequate yearly progress.

We met 14 of our 17 performance targets.  

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Title I School Improvement Status
Under No Child Left Behind (NCLB), schools enter Title I School Improvement status by not meeting target goals in the same subject (reading or mathematics) for two years in a row. A school in Title I School Improvement status must take certain measures to improve performance. Below is the status of the current year (2011-12) based on 2010-11 data.
Our school is not in Title I School Improvement.
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AYP Cohort Graduation Rate
This reflects the cohort percentage of students who graduated with a regular diploma in four years or less (the four-year Cohort Graduation Rate) or for schools with a five-year program, it reflects the five-year graduation rate.
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Our school met its cohort graduation target.

Cohort Graduation Rate

Our School

79.5%

District

75.6%

State

77.9%


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Highly Qualified Teachers
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200 Godwin Ave
Williamston, NC 27892-9262 
(252) 792-7881

Principal: Clay Wagner
Prior Principal: Clay Wagner

 Martin County Schools
Grades 9-12
Regular School
Traditional Calendar
Title I

 
 
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SCHOOL SAFETY AND ACCESS TO TECHNOLOGY


School Safety
The number of acts of crime or violence reported per 100 students, which includes all acts occurring in a school, on a school bus, on school grounds, or during off-campus, school-sponsored activities.
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Out of 599 students in our school, there were a total of 4 acts of crime or violence.


The number of acts of crime or violence per 100 Students:

Our School

0.67

District

0.58

State

1.52



Student Out-of-School Suspensions & Expulsions
The average number of short-term (10 days or less) and long-term (more than 10 days) out-of-school suspensions and expulsions per 100 students.
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Short-Term Suspensions

Long-Term Suspensions

Expulsions

Our School

99.50

0.33

0.00

District

74.01

0.29

0.00




School Attendance
The average percentage of students who attend school daily.
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Our School

95%

District

95%

State

95%




Access to Books and Technology

 
Number of Books per 
Student
The number of library/media center books per student in your school and district and in the state.
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Books

Our School

22

District

30

State

17

Average Age of Media 
Center/Library Collection
The average age of the books in the school media center/library collection.
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Year

Our School

1977

District

1993

State

1996

    
    
    
 
Number of Students 
per Instructional Computer
The number of students per instructional computer in your school and district and in the state.
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Students

Our School

3.21

District

2.05

State

2.14

 
Number of Students per
Internet-Connected Computer
The number of students per Internet-connected computer.
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Students

Our School

3.21

District

2.05

State

2.14

    
    
    
 
Percentage of Classrooms Connected to the Internet
The percentage of your school's classrooms that are connected to the Internet.
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Number of students per internet connected computer
  



School Health
Research has demonstrated that healthier students will learn better and become healthier adults. Following are some questions to ask about the health of your child's school.
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  • Does this school have a school health advisory committee, which meets regularly?
  • Is this school 100% tobacco free (Staff, students, and visitors are not allowed to use tobacco products on school grounds at any time)?
  • Does this school have a policy establishing nutrition standards for foods available in any of the following areas?
    - A la carte items in the cafeteria
    - Vending machines
    - Snack bars/school stores
    - Other areas
  • Does this school have a policy requiring daily physical education/activity?
  • Does the health education curriculum in this school address HIV prevention (for schools with grades 6-12 only).


Parent Involvement
It is difficult to measure in numbers, but no less critical for parents/families and schools to work together to support student learning. Research has found that when schools work together with families to support learning, children tend to succeed not just in school, but throughout life. Following are some questions to ask about parent/family involvement at your school.
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  • Does the School Improvement Plan outline the school's parent involvement program?
  • How does your school involve parents in decision making?
  • Are school personnel readily accessible to parents?
  • Is there an organized volunteer program at the school?
  • Does your school make every effort to communicate with parents?
  • Are parents offered workshops and support materials to help you support your child's learning?
  • Is the community invited to be involved with the school?
  • How well does parental involvement at your child's school reflect the diversity of the parents and guardians whose children attend that school? 

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200 Godwin Ave
Williamston, NC 27892-9262 
(252) 792-7881

Principal: Clay Wagner
Prior Principal: Clay Wagner

 Martin County Schools
Grades 9-12
Regular School
Traditional Calendar
Title I

 
 
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Classroom Teachers
The total number of classroom teachers in your school and the average number of teachers in schools with similar grade ranges at the district and state levels.
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Our School

52

District

44

State

52




Fully Licensed Teachers
The percentage of classroom teachers with clear initial or clear continuing licenses in all license areas in your school and the percentage of teachers with licenses in schools with similar grade ranges at the district and state levels.
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Our School

94%

District

97%

State

94%

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Classes Taught by Highly Qualified Teachers
The percentage of classes in your school taught by Highly Qualified teachers as defined by federal law and the percentage of classes taught by Highly Qualified teachers in schools with similar grade ranges at the district and state levels. This school is categorized as a high poverty school.
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Our School
  2010 - 11

100%

  2009 - 10

100%

Percent Change between years

0%

District

100%

State

97%




Teachers with Advanced Degrees
The percentage of teachers who have completed an advanced college degree, including a master's or doctoral degree and the percentage of teachers with advanced degrees in schools with similar grades at the district and state levels.
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Our School

17%

District

21%

State

26%




National Board Certified Teachers
The number of school staff, including teachers, administrators and counselors, who have received National Board Certification and the average number of school staff in schools with similar grade ranges at the district and state levels.
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Our School

8

District

8

State

9




Years of Teaching Experience
The percentage of teachers who have taught for 0 - 3 years, 4 - 10 years or over 10 years and the percentage of teachers with the same levels of experience in schools with similar grade ranges at the district and state levels.
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0 - 3 Years

4 - 10 Years

10+ Years

Our School

21%

27%

54%

District

19%

30%

53%

State

18%

28%

54%




Teacher Turnover Rate
The percentage of classroom teachers who left the classroom from March of the prior year to March of the current year.
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Our School

3%

District

6%

State

13%




Teacher and Administrator Effectiveness Results
Select teachers and administrators were, for the first time, evaluated using the online North Carolina Educator Evaluation Instrument in 2010-11. This process is a cornerstone of North Carolina's award and participation in the federal Race to the Top grant program. This year, available results are online at http://www.ncpublicschools.org/recruitment/effectiveness/ and results will be incorporated into the NC School Report Cards site in the future.



Teacher Working Conditions

Results from the Governor’s 2012 Bi-annual Teacher Working Conditions Survey will be available in the spring of 2012. Please contact your school principal, or the or visit the Teacher Working Conditions site.




Qualifications of Principals

Information about school principals is available on your district's report card. This information includes the number of principals with advanced degrees in the district, years of experience as a school principal, turnover rates and more.



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