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2008-09 Accountability Progress Reporting (APR)

Local Educational Agency (LEA) List of Schools
2009 Growth Academic Performance Index Report

California Department of Education
Academic Accountability and Awards Division

California Department of Education

    (An LEA is a school district or county office of education.)
(AYP = Adequate Yearly Progress)
LEA:  Walnut Valley Unified
LEA Type:  Unified
County:  Los Angeles
CD Code:  19-73460

LEA API Summary

      All Schools   Deciles 1 and 2
    Number Percent   Number Percent
  Targets Met* 13 93   0 N/A
  API Grew, Targets Not Met** 1 N/A   0 7
  API Remained Same or
 Declined, Targets Not Met
0 N/A   0 N/A
  Only schools with a valid 2008 Base API and a valid 2009 Growth API are included in these LEA and state summaries.

State API Summary

      All Schools   Deciles 1 and 2
    Number Percent   Number Percent
Targets Met* 4,855 59   905 53
  API Grew, Targets Not Met** 1,717 23   398 21
  API Remained Same or
 Declined, Targets Not Met
1,700 21   407 24

* Includes schools with 2009 Growth APIs of 800 or more.
* Includes schools that met schoolwide 2008-09 Growth API targets but did not meet one or more subgroup targets.

  API   Met Growth Target
  2009 Growth 2008 Base 2008-09 Growth Target 2008-09 Growth   School-
All Subgroups Both Schoolwide
and Subgroups

Elementary Schools
  Castle Rock Elementary 923 890 A 33   Yes Yes Yes
  Collegewood Elementary 902 893 A 9   Yes Yes Yes
  Cyrus J. Morris Elementary 875 842 A 33   Yes Yes Yes
  Evergreen Elementary 943 923 A 20   Yes Yes Yes
  Leonard B. Westhoff Elementary 951 926 A 25   Yes Yes Yes
  Maple Hill Elementary 902 885 A 17   Yes Yes Yes
  Quail Summit Elementary 930 903 A 27   Yes Yes Yes
  Vejar Elementary 893 862 A 31   Yes Yes Yes
  Walnut Elementary 849 822 A 27   Yes Yes Yes
Middle Schools
  Chaparral Middle 921 902 A 19   Yes Yes Yes
  South Pointe Middle 894 870 A 24   Yes Yes Yes
  Suzanne Middle 915 918 A -3   Yes Yes Yes
High Schools
  Diamond Bar High 870 858 A 12   Yes No No
  Walnut High 883 871 A 12   Yes Yes Yes
ASAM Schools
  Ron Hockwalt Academies (Continuation) 588* 644* D -56   N/A

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In order to meet federal requirements of No Child Left Behind, a 2009 Growth API is posted even if a school or LEA had no 2008 Base API or if a school had significant population changes from 2008 to 2009. However, the presentation of growth targets and actual growth would not be appropriate and, therefore, are omitted.
"N/A" means a number is not applicable or not available due to missing data.
" * " means this API is calculated for a small school or LEA, defined as having between 11 and 99 valid Standardized Testing and Reporting (STAR) Program test scores included in the API. The API is asterisked if the school or LEA was small in either 2008 or 2009. APIs based on small numbers of students are less reliable and therefore should be carefully interpreted.
"A" means the school scored at or above the statewide performance target of 800 in 2008.
"B" means the school did not have a valid 2008 Base API and will not have any growth or target information.
"C" means the school had significant demographic changes and will not have any growth or target information.
"D" means this is either an LEA, an Alternative Schools Accountability Model (ASAM) school, or a special education school. Target information is not applicable to LEAs, ASAM schools, or special education schools.
"E" indicates this was an ASAM school in the 2008 Base API Report and has no target information even though the school is no longer an ASAM school.
Targets Met - In the "Met Growth Target" columns, the growth targets reflect state accountability requirements and do not match the federal Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) requirements. The AYP requirement for the API is a 2009 Growth API of 620, or a one-point increase from the 2008 Base API to 2009 Growth API for a school or LEA.
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