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EAST ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

Grades Served:
Kindergarten - Grade 4

Engagement

Are students in this school engaged in their learning?

Student engagement is the degree of attention, curiosity, interest, and passion that students show when learning or being taught.

Research indicates that engaged students exhibit greater persistence and higher achievement than disengaged students. The annual engagement survey has 20 questions exploring students' perceptions about school and learning, and shows their engagement across behavioral, emotional, and cognitive domains.

Overall 2022 Student Engagement


50th percentile

65.2%

Overall 2022 Student Engagement

65.2%

Grades served

Grade 3

63.5%

Grade 4

66.7%

Race/Ethnicity

Native American or Alaskan Native

N*

Black/African American

N*

Asian

N*

White

67.2%

Hispanic or Latino

>51%

Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander

N*

Multiracial

N*

Student Group

Students from Low Income Families

66.7%

Students Learning English

N*

Students with Disabilities

N*

Students in Foster Care

N*

Students who are Homeless

N*

Students from Military Families

59.6%

Students from Migrant Families

N*

61.3%

Cognitive Engagement

This domain measures whether students are invested in learning.

60.7%

Behavioral Engagement

This domain captures a student’s efforts in the classroom.

73.6%

Emotional Engagement

This domain describes how a student feels about their classroom and school.

How engaged are parents at this school?

Parent engagement and satisfaction surveys, developed by Idaho stakeholders, measure how much parents believe their student's school provides a caring, safe, and supportive environment that partners with them in their child's learning. Parents rate their agreement with such questions as, 'My child's school provides me with resources and information to support my child's learning at home.' Idaho reports the percentage of survey questions with which parents agreed or strongly agreed.

2022 Parent Engagement and Satisfaction


77.9%

Number of Responses: 13