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  Superintendent Chrys Sweeting
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  315 N FRENCH AVE ARLINGTON 98223-1317
Northwest Educational Service District 189
 
Note: This school/district participated in the Smarter Balanced Field Test in 2013-2014. Any data shown for 2013-14 in reading, writing, and math in grades 3-8 only reflect students tested on the MSP. At a district level, the data reported here may reflect results for only some of the schools in the district rather than the entire district.
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2013-14 Results (Administration Info)
Grade LevelReadingMathWritingScience
3rd Grade 71.8%66.0%  
4th Grade 78.4%66.5%73.5% 
5th Grade 76.3%75.3% Suppressed
6th Grade 56.2%43.7%  
7th Grade 44.4%22.2%44.4% 
8th Grade 35.0%Suppressed 72.0%
10th Grade 87.8%See EOC below85.2%See EOC below
Grade Level *EOC Math Year 1EOC Math Year 2
10th Grade 79.6%77.4%
Grade Level *EOC Biology
10th Grade 81.9%

* End of Course (EOC) Biology is administered in any grade in which the course is offered. Prior to 2015, EOC Math exams were given in any grade in which the course is offered and served as the state’s accountability test in mathematics. As of 2015, EOC Math tests are taken only for the purpose of meeting assessment graduation requirements by students in the classes of 2018 and prior.

** The "Makeup" exam was given to students who had already completed the Year 1 or Year 2 coursework. It was not a "retake".

Student Demographics
Enrollment
October 2013 Student Count5,450
May 2014 Student Count5,476
Gender (October 2013)
Male2,84652.2%
Female2,60447.8%
Race/Ethnicity (October 2013)
Hispanic / Latino of any race(s)62311.4%
American Indian / Alaskan Native551.0%
Asian851.6%
Black / African American651.2%
Native Hawaiian / Other Pacific Islander290.5%
White4,34079.6%
Two or More Races2534.6%
Special Programs
Free or Reduced-Price Meals (May 2014)1,81333.1%
Special Education (May 2014)60211.0%
Transitional Bilingual (May 2014)1973.6%
Migrant (May 2014)551.0%
Section 504 (May 2014)721.3%
Other Information (more info)
Unexcused Absence Rate (2013-14)2,1190.4%
Adjusted 4-Year Cohort Graduation Rate (Class of 2013)84.8%
Adjusted 5-year Cohort Graduation Rate (Class of 2012)81.0%
College/University enrollment rates of graduates
Information on Homeless Students may be found here

Teacher Information (2013-14)  (more info)
Classroom Teachers277
Average Years of Teacher Experience13.6
Teachers with at least a Master's Degree72.6%
Total number of teachers who teach core academic classes235
% of teachers teaching with an emergency certificate0.0%
% of teachers teaching with a conditional certificate0.7%
Total number of core academic classes1,286
ESEA Highly Qualified Teacher Information
% of classes taught by teachers meeting ESEA highly qualified (HQ) definition99.1%
   % of classes taught by teachers who do not meet ESEA HQ definition0.9%
% of classes in high poverty schools taught by teachers who meet ESEA HQ definition98.1%
   % of classes in high poverty schools taught by teachers who do not meet ESEA HQ definition1.9%
% of classes in low poverty schools taught by teachers who meet ESEA HQ definition99.3%
   % of classes in low poverty schools taught by teachers who do not meet ESEA HQ definition0.7%