This section provides links to data and statistics collected for Rockingham County Schools.
RCS District Profile
A quick glance into Rockingham County Schools. The district profile provides information regarding student enrollment, demographics, employment numbers, financial data, test results, and much more.
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RCS Annual Report
The RCS Annual Report highlights the hard and productive work of students and staff throughout the district, Board of Education information, student enrollment, demographics, employment numbers, test results, departmental information, and financial information.
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RCS Financial Annual Report
The RCS Financial Annual Report provides the report of an independent auditor regarding the district's finances.
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NC ABCs of Public Education
The ABCs is North Carolina’s comprehensive plan to improve public schools that is based on three goals: strong local accountability, an emphasis on student mastery of basic skills, and as much local control as possible. The ABCs has been in operation in all schools since 1997-98. The model focuses on schools meeting growth expectations for student achievement as well as on the overall percentage of students who scored at or above grade level. The model uses end-of-grade tests in grades 3-8 in reading and mathematics to measure growth at the elementary and middle school levels and end-of-course tests to measure growth at the high school level and at the middle school level where appropriate.
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Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP)
Required under the federal No Child Left Behind law, AYP provides another way to measure school performance. To meet AYP, a school must meet target goals for each group of students that numbers 40 or more. Target goals are set annually by the state for reading and mathematics at grades 3-8 and 10, and for attendance rates or graduation rates as well. AYP is an all-or-nothing model. If a school misses one target, it does not make AYP. The long-term goal of AYP is to have every school at 100 percent student proficiency by 2013-14.
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Reports of Disaggregated School System and School Data
Student performance data by student subgroup for two years including the number of students at or above grade level (Level III), the number of valid scores, and the percent at or above Level III on end-of-grade (EOG), end-of-course (EOC), Grade 10, and alternate assessments.
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NC School Report Cards
NC School Report Cards include student performance, class size, school safety, and teacher quality data.
Attendance and Membership Data
Average Daily Attendance (ADA), Average Daily Membership (ADM), and Membership Last Day (MLD) figures by LEA.
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Scholastic Assessment Test (SAT) Report
The SAT, which is often taken by high school juniors and seniors as a precursor to college/university admission, assesses a student’s verbal and mathematical skills. The SAT Report provides annual reports of state and school district SAT test performance.
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Drop-out Rate Report
Annual dropout reports inform education professionals about the numbers and rates of dropouts and the reasons for dropping out. Dropout counts and rates are disaggregated by the school system, grade, gender, and ethnicity.
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Graduation Rate Report
The Four-Year Cohort Graduation Rate reflects the percentage of ninth graders (their cohort) who graduated from high school four years later.
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School Crime and Discipline Report
Annual reports on School Crime, Violence, Suspensions, Expulsions
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