Student Achievement Data

Committed to educating the whole child, the staff of Greenfield Exempted Village Schools works daily to improve classroom instruction. An important part of that improvement is guided by assessment data collected by teachers. This data infoms teachers of each student's progress on their learning path.  
 
Multiple forms of student achievement data are used by teachers to inform instruction daily. Forms of data include classroom assessments, MAP growth and proficiency data, as well as state test results. Classroom instruction is tailored to meet each student’s need as shown through these forms of assessment. Teams of teachers meet regularly to discuss student progress and to plan strategies for increasing student achievement. Targeted interventions are also put into place for all students to provide extra support or enrichment.

Each school year the students in grades 3 - 12 take part in the Ohio State Tests. These tests measure the proficiency level of every individual student. 

 Upon completion of testing, student scores are compiled and analyzed by the Ohio Department of Education. According to the analyzation of scores and additional factors, our district is graded on an A - F scale in six areas. The areas include Achievement, Gap Closing, K-3 Literacy, Progress, Graduation Rate, and Prepared for Success. The table below provides an explanation of each component, as well as the grade received by the district for the 2018 - 2019 school year. District and building grades were not awarded for the 2019 - 2020 school year due to the COVID-19 school closure.
 
 
Component ExplanationGrade
 OverallCombines each component of the report card to provide an overall grade for the district.  C
Achievement
Represents the number of students who passed the state tests and how well they performed on them.
 D
 Gap ClosingShows how well schools are meeting the performance expectations for our most vulnerable populations of students in English Language Arts, Math, and Graduation.B
K-3 LiteracyLooks at how successful schools are in moving struggling readers to on-track for reading proficiency in third grade.D
 Progress
Measures the growth that all students are making based on their past performance. 
Graduation RateLooks closely at the percent of students who are successfully finishing high school with a diploma in four or five years. 
Prepared for Success Looks at how well prepared Ohio's students are for all future opportunities.F