Rawlins High School ESSA Report Card

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Overview

School and District Contact Information

Rawlins High School
Web Address: http://rhs.crb1.net
Principal: Darren Heslep
Address: 1401 Colorado Rd, Rawlins, WY 82301
E-mail: dheslep@crb1.net
Phone: (307)328-9280

Carbon County School District
Web Address: http://www.crb1.net
Superintendent: Mike Hamel
Address: 615 Rodeo St, Rawlins, WY 82301
E-mail: mhamel@crb1.net
Phone: (307)328-9200

At A Glance

CategoryRawlins High SchoolCarbon County School District 1Wyoming
Total Enrollment4281,76292,976
Teachers291427,388
English Learner Students Gaining Language Proficiency<=20%18%13%
Proficient in Math30%39%49%
Proficient in English Language Arts37%39%53%
4 Year Graduation Rate82.4%73.8%80.2%
Average ACT Score18.217.919.5
Cost of Education (Dollars Spent Per Student)$14,663$15,201$15,624
Number of Hathaway Scholarship Recipients262,179

WAEA School Performance Rating- Not Meeting Expectations

Enrollment Breakdown

Rawlins High School Enrollment by Gender

RHS Enrollment by Gender

Male- 229 (53.50%)
Female 199 (46.50%)

Rawlins High School Enrollment by Race/Ethnicity

RHS Enrollment Race/Ethnicity

White- 271 (63.32%)
Hispanic- 137 (32.01%)
Black- 9 (2.10%)
Asian- 7 (1.64%)
American Indian or Alaskan Native- 4 (0.93%)

Rawlins High School Enrollment by Income Status

RHS Enrollment Income Status

Low Income- 30%
Non-Low Income- 70%

Rawlins High School Enrollment by Disability Status

RHS Enrollment Disability

Students with Disabilities- 11%
Students without Disabilities- 89%

Rawlins High School Enrollment by English Learner Status

RHS Enrollment English Learner

English Learner- 3%
Non-English Learner- 97%

Rawlins High School Enrollment by Homeless Status

RHS Enrollment Homeless Status

Homeless <=1%
Non-Homeless >=99%

Rawlins High School Enrollment by Foster Care Status

RHS Enrollment Foster Care Status

Foster Care <=1%
Non-Foster Care >=99%

Wyoming Public School Assessment Results

English Language Arts Proficiency
(Rawlins High School Participation Rate: 98%)
(Grades 9 to 10)
Rawlins High School: 37%
Carbon #1: 38%
Wyoming: 48%

Math Proficiency
(Rawlins High School Participation Rate: >=99%)
(Grades 9 to 10)
Rawlins High School: 30%
Carbon #1: 32%
Wyoming: 42%

English Learners Enrolled During Testing: 10 to 20
Percent English Proficient: <=20%

Alternate Assessment Participation

SubjectGrade# of Students% of Students
Math90 to 9<=2%
Math100 to 9<=2%
Language Arts90 to 9<=2%
Language Arts100 to 9<=2%
Science100 to 9<=2%

Teacher Qualification at Rawlins High School

CategoryFTEPercent
Rawlins High School Teachers27.20100%
Inexperienced Teachers9.1033.46%
Emergency/Provisional Credential Teachers3.0011.03%
Out of Field Teachers0.000%

Inexperienced teacher: Any teacher with less than three years teaching experience in Wyoming and other states.

Emergency/Provisional Credentialed Teachers: A teacher with an exception authorization allowing them to teach in an area other than that for which they hold a standard license and endorsement.

Out-of-field teacher: A teacher who has an educator license, but who does not have an educator license or an endorsement in the field they are currently teaching; an out-of-field teacher is designated as an unqualified teacher.

School Performance

State Accountability

All Wyoming high schools receive one of four School Performance
Ratings: Exceeding Expectations, Meeting Expectations, Partially
Meeting Expectations, or Not Meeting Expectations. Seven indicators
are used to inform the ratings: Achievement, Growth, Equity, English
Learner Progress (ELP), Extended Graduation Rate, Post-Secondary
Readiness, and Grade Nine Credits. Different measures are used for
each indicator:
• Achievement is measured using the statewide
assessment, the Wyoming Test of Proficiency and Progress
(WY-TOPP).
• Growth is measured by comparing how students did on
WY-TOPP or ACT compared to how they did on prior
statewide assessments.
• Equity is measured by focusing heavily on the growth of
the students who scored the lowest on prior statewide
assessments.
• English Learner Progress (ELP) is measured by how well
students learning the English language improve on an
assessment of English.
• Extended Graduation Rate is measured by the last year's
graduation rate and the five-, six-, and seven-year
graduates.
• Post-Secondary Readiness (PSR) is measured by the
percent of students that demonstrate readiness for college
or career.
• Grade Nine Credits is measured by the percent of last
year's freshman that earned one fourth the course credits
needed to graduate

Federal Accountability

All schools are required to report annually on progress toward
long-term goals and short-term targets for English Language Arts
(ELA) Achievement, Math Achievement, Graduation Rate, and English
Learner Progress (ELP). Federal law requires the schools that are
struggling the most to be identified for support. There are three types
of support:
• Comprehensive Support and Improvement (CSI) is for
Title I schools performing among the lowest in the state.
Any school with a graduation rate below 67 percent will
automatically be identified for CSI.
• Targeted Support and Improvement (TSI) is for schools
that have a specific group of students that is not performing
well.
• Additional Targeted Support and Improvement (ATSI) is
for schools that have a specific group of students that is
chronically not performing well.
• Schools that are not identified for support are noted as
"Not Identified."
To determine which schools need support, similar indicators and
measures are used to those used to determine the School
Performance Ratings for high schools. Achievement, Growth, English
Learner Progress, and Post-Secondary Readiness are measured the
same way they are for state accountability. However, only the
four-year graduation rate is used to measure high schools for federal
accountability, and Equity and Grade Nine Credits are not included as
indicators.

Overall School Performance on Indicators

IndicatorWAEA Target LevelESSA Norm CategoryDescription
GrowthBelow TargetBelow AverageWAEA: The mean student growth percentile (MGP) in ELA and math combined for all students in grades nine through eleven as measured from prior year Aspire to current year WY-TOPP and ACT (grade eleven only)

ESSA: The mean student growth percentile (MGP) in ELA and math combined for all students grades four through ten.
EquityBelow TargetN/AThe weighted mean student growth percentile (MGP) with MGP of students who scored in the bottom 25% of students on the prior year test weighted at 80% and the MGP of the remaining students weighted at 20% for grades nine and ten.
Achievement*Below TargetBelow AverageWAEA: The percent proficient or above on the state test in English language arts, mathematics, and science.
ESSA: The percent proficient or above on the state test in English language arts and mathematics.
ELPMeets TargetAverageThe percent of English learners who met their annual progress goal for English language proficiency
Extended GraduationBelow TargetN/AWAEA: Prior year extended graduation rate including the four year, on-time cohort plus all five, six, and seven year graduates.This is a lagged indicator.
Four-Year On-Time GraduationN/AAverageESSA: The prior year four year, on-time graduation rate.This is a lagged indicator.
Post-Secondary ReadinessBelow TargetAverageThe percent of all prior year graduates demonstrating college or career readiness.This is a lagged indicator
Grade Nine CreditsMeets TargetN/AWAEA Only: The percent of all prior year first year grade nine students who earned one fourth of the credits needed to graduate.This is a lagged indicator

Long-term Goal for Students Proficient or Advanced on WY-TOPP

Goal Area15 Year Goal*At or Above GoalAt or Above 2017-2018 Interim Target
EL Progress59%NoYes
Graduation Rate88%NoNo
HS ELA53%NoYes
HS Math47%NoYes

Long-term Goal for Students Proficient or Advanced on WY-TOPP ELA

Student Group15 Year Goal*At or Above GoalAt or Above 2017-18 Interim Target
All53%NoYes
Asian59%NoYes
Black43%NoYes
EL28%NoYes
Free/Reduced Lunch48%NoYes
Hispanic45%NoYes
IEP30%NoYes
White55%NoYes

Long-term Goal for Students Proficient or Advanced on WY-TOPP Math

Student Group15 Year Goal*At or Above GoalAt or Above 2017-18 Interim Target
All47%NoYes
Asian60%NoYes
Black35%YesYes
EL26%NoYes
Free/Reduced Lunch41%NoYes
Hispanic37%NoYes
IEP26%NoYes
White51%NoYes

Long-term Goal for English Learner Progress

Student Group15 Year Goal*At or Above GoalAt or Above 2017-18 Interim Target
All59%NoYes

Long-term Goal for Student Groups Four-year, On-time Graduation Rate

Student Group15 Year Goal*At or Above GoalAt or Above 2017-18 Interim Target
All88%NoNo
EL81%YesNo
Free/Reduced Lunch88%NoNo
Hispanic86%NoNo
IEP78%NoNo
White90%NoNo

*The Baseline year for ELP, ELA, and Math is 2017-2018. The interim target during the baseline year is equal to the school's baseline score. Note: Must meet minimum of 10 to be included.

Federal Adjusted Graduation Rates for the 2016-17 Cohort

Student GroupGraduation Rate
All82.4%
Female97.6%
Male68.2%
American Indian or Alaskan NativeN/A
AsianN/A
BlackN/A
Hispanic85.2%
Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific IslanderN/A
Two or More RacesN/A
White81.0%
Low Income75.6%
Students with Disabilities46.2%
English Learner50.0%
Homeless80.0%

Federal Adjusted Graduation Rates for the 2016-17 Cohort

School Climate

Staffing and Finance

Staffing CharacteristicsSchoolDistrict
Total Teachers (FTE)32.5150.5
Total Counselors (FTE)1.06.0
Teachers Meeting all State Licensing and Certification Requirements (FTE)100.0%99.3%
Teachers in 1st Year of Teaching (FTE)15.4%13.0%
Teachers in 2nd Year of Teaching (FTE)0.0%4.7%
Teachers Absent > 10 Days of the School Year (FTE)2.010.0
Students to Teachers (FTE) Ratio13.69 : 112.52 : 1
School ExpendituresSchool AmountAmount Per Pupil
Personnel Salary Expenditures - Teachers$1,412,068.80$3,173.19
Personnel Salary Expenditures - Instructional Aides$98,350.63$221.01
Non-Personnel Expenditures$247,065.00$555.20

Chronic Absenteeism

Student GroupPercentage of EnrollmentChronically Absent
All Students100%19.1%
American Indian or Alaskan Native0.9%0.9%
Asian0.9%0.0%
Black or African American0.9%0.4%
Hispanic or Latino of any race32.6%7.6%
Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander0.4%0.4%
Two or more races0.0%0.0%
White64.3%9.7%
Limited English Proficiency (LEP)2.9%0.9%
Disability (IDEA + Section 504)13.5%1.8%

College and Career Readiness

College and Career Readiness

Enrollments Percentage by Race/Ethnicity

Student GroupSchoolCalculusChemistryPhysicsSAT/ACT
American Indian or Alaskan Native0.9%0.0%0.0%1.4%4.5%
Asian0.9%0.0%8.0%1.4%2.2%
Black or African American0.9%0.0%0.0%0.0%0.0%
Hispanic32.6%11.1%40.0%31.9%34.8%
Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander0.4%0.0%0.0%0.0%0.0%
White64.3%88.9%52.0%65.3%

58.4%

Two or MoreN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A

Participation in SAT/ACT

Student Group% of Enrollment% of Participants in SAT/ACT
LEP Students2.9%4.5%
Students with Disabilities11.9%11.2%
Female/Male46.7% / 53.3%49.4% / 50.6%

Students enrolled in a dual enrollment/dual credit program- Yes

Students participate in credit recovery program- Yes

Discipline, Restraints/Seclusion, Harassment/Bullying

Discipline, Restraints/Seclusion, Harrassment/Bullying

Removal by Race/Ethnicity

Student GroupSchool EnrollmentIn-School SuspensionOut-of-School Suspensions
American Indian and Alaskan Native0.9%0.0%8.0%
Asian0.9%7.1%8.0%
Black0.9%7.1%0.0%
Hispanic32.6%42.9%24.0%
Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander0.4%0.0%0.0%
White64.3%42.9%60.0%
Two or MoreN/AN/AN/A

No reported student expulsions. 

Total Number of Students Referred to Law Enforcement10
Total Number of Students with School-Related Arrests2
Total Number of Students Expelled under Zero-Tolerance Policies0
Total Number of Students Who Received Corporal Punishment0
Does this school have sworn law enforcement officers?No

Civil Rights Data Collection (CRDC)

Since 1968, the U.S. Department of Education (ED) has conducted the Civil Rights Data Collection (CRDC) to collect data on key education and civil rights issues in our nation's public schools. The CRDC is collected every two years and gathers a variety of information including: enrollment demographics, preschool, math and science courses, advanced placement, ACT & SAT, discipline, school expenditures and teacher experience. The CRDC is a longstanding and important aspect of the ED Office for Civil Rights (OCR) overall strategy for administering and enforcing the civil rights statutes for which it is responsible. Below are the instructions for accessing the most recent state-level CRDC reports on the Office for Civil Rights website.

School Reports on OCR Site:

1. ocrdata.ed.gov
2. Select 'School and District Search'
3. On the Find School(s) Tab, Type in the School Name (Rawlins High School)
4. Select the Year (2015)
5. Select the State (Wyoming)
6. Select School Search link
7. To access the report click on the school name (Rawlins High School).

Obtaining Alternative Copies

To view this report online visit: rhs.crb1.net/ESSA

To obtain a physical copy of this report please use one of the following methods:
Visit Rawlins High School 1401 Colorado Rd, Rawlins, WY 82301
Or visit Carbon County School District #1 Main Office 615 Rodeo St, Rawlins, WY 82301


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Visitar Rawlins High School 1401 Colorado Rd, Rawlins, WY 82301
O visitar Carbon County School District #1 Main Office 615 Rodeo St, Rawlins, WY 82301

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