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HOMEDALE MIDDLE SCHOOL

Grades Served:
Grade 5 - Grade 8

English Learner Progress

Are students learning English making enough progress to be proficient within seven years?

English language proficiency is the level of knowledge and skill with the English language required for academic success. Whenever a student increases their level of knowledge and skill, they are making progress toward English language proficiency, which has a direct impact on success in academic subjects and in career and college.

Percent of students reaching proficiency


40th percentile

<15%

Percent of students reaching proficiency

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Grades served

Grade 5

N*

Grade 6

N*

Grade 7

N*

Grade 8

N*

Race/Ethnicity

Native American or Alaskan Native

N*

Black/African-American

N*

Asian

N*

White

N*

Hispanic or Latino

<16%

Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander

N*

Multiracial

N*

Student Group

Students from Low Income Families

<15%

Students with Disabilities

N*

Students in Foster Care

N*

Students who are Homeless

N*

Students from Military Families

N*

Students from Migrant Families

N*

Percent of students making progress


20th percentile

52.6%

2018 Target: 51.5%

Percent of students making progress

52.6%

Grades served

Grade 5

N*

Grade 6

N*

Grade 7

50.0%

Grade 8

N*

Race/Ethnicity

Native American or Alaskan Native

N*

Black/African-American

N*

Asian

N*

White

N*

Hispanic or Latino

>45%

Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander

N*

Multiracial

N*

Student Group

Students from Low Income Families

>48%

Students with Disabilities

41.7%

Students in Foster Care

N*

Students who are Homeless

N*

Students from Military Families

N*

Students from Migrant Families

N*

How do students in this school compare?

Percent of students reaching proficiency

School

<15%

District

<4%

State

4.0%

Percent of students making progress

School

52.6%

District

62.1%

State

59.6%

How did students in this school do in the past?

Percent of students reaching proficiency

Percent of students making progress