School Accountability Committee

The SAC is a sub-committee of the Board of Directors (BOD) required by the state of Colorado as outlined in CRS 22-11-402. The SAC is a team that bridges the community to the board of directors. The SAC reports directly to the BOD. Responsibilities include but are not limited to performing evaluations to measure effectiveness, monitor for progress, and provide recommendations for improvement.

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SAC committee members for the 2015-2016 school year will be listed here as the school year approaches.

SAC Survey Results

2014-2015 Survey Results

The data from this survey has provided information on areas for improvement and areas of strength; this report will focus on the top three of each area as identified by the SAC.

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2013-2014 Survey Results

The SAC has analyzed the 2014 Mid Year Parent Survey Results, which had an amazing response rate of 53.6%. This is an increase of 16% from the 2013 Mid Year Parent Survey. The rankings were based on a 1 to 5 scale, with 5 being the highest satisfactory ranking. A ranking of 4 or higher is a tangible goal we desire to achieve.

Overall, there is significant parent satisfaction in the core subjects, with all at 4 or above with the exception of English (reading/literature subsection). This area dropped to 3.94 from above 4 the past 2 previous years. Communication has improved in parents’ opinions, especially with response time from Classroom Coordinators. Although there is continued progress in this area, there was a significant increase in the category of poor communicators. Parents feel their children are safe at Loveland Classical and are pleased with the morale at the school.

The data from this survey has provided information on areas for improvement and areas of strength; this report will focus on the top three of each area as identified by the SAC.

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2012-2013 Survey Results

The SAC is pleased to report a second year of continued parent satisfaction. The ranking in every core subject was above 4 on a 5 point scale where 1 was the lowest ranking and 5 was the highest ranking. In no category did the average ranking fall below 3.00. However, it should be noted that, of all the academic subjects, rankings either stayed the same or decreased slightly in 8 out of the 10 subjects measured across the last two years. The response rate for this year’s survey also dropped by 19.7%.

As a school, we have made great strides in improving communication, which was one of our biggest concerns last year. Parents feel informed about the progress and content of their child’s education. The data has provided information on new areas for improvement and areas of strength for the school. This report will focus on the top three areas of strength and the top 3 areas in need of improvement.

Finally, there will be a list of other items of concern from parents that may be of interest. Appendix A provides a summary of the data and appendix B provides a summary of all of the parental comments.

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2011-2012 Survey Results

The SAC is pleased to see an overwhelming sense of satisfaction among parents and students. On average parents and students both responded with a 4 on a 5 point scale across all questions with 1 being the lowest rating they could give and 5 being the highest. As a first year school we are pleased to see through the statistical analysis as well as reviewing both parent and student comments that they are overall pleased with the school. The data also provided us information on areas that need improvement. We will focus this report on 6 areas: three areas that the school is doing well in and three areas that we recommend for improvement. The complete statistical analysis is provided for each of the surveys given in appendix A (parent survey), B (K-2 student survey) and C (3-9 student survey).

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