SCHOOL PERFORMANCE REPORT
WELCOME TO MILL POND ELEMENTARY
This page has been developed to provide community members with information regarding Mill Pond Elementary. The more information community members have, the greater the opportunity for them to assist in meeting our mission. If you have any questions about anything on this page, please do not hesitate to contact us.
ABOUT OUR SCHOOL
Mill Pond Elementary is a K-6 school with approximately 470 students. We employ a school counselor, school psychologist, occupational therapist, physical therapist, and speech/language therapist. We offer Title 1 reading and mathematics programs as well as Special Education services in the areas of reading, math, and written language. Students who qualify for our Highly Capable Program participate in enrichment activities once a week. In addition to a strong academic core in reading, writing, math, science, and social studies, our students also have access to music, band (grade 6), art, physical education, library, and technology.
A Community Dedicated to Learning and Achievement
Mill Pond Elementary is a safe, student-centered, and collaborative learning environment dedicated to helping students achieve grade level expectations and their full learning potential.
SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT PLAN
To measure our continuing improvements, we use a variety of tools to monitor how we stand up to our School Improvement Plan for Mill Pond Elementary. Most important of all the tools is the information directly related to your student's learning and achievements in the classroom, such as WASL, MAP, and DIBELS. The results of those tests help us form a functional strategy that benefits your student and the overall learning environmental for the entire community.
Our staff is made up of 30 classroom teachers with an average of 13.1 years of teaching experience. Approximately 63% of our teachers have at least a Master's Degree. We also have 25 classified employees who provide additional educational support. In addition, we have many volunteers who show their support in a variety of ways such as chaperoning field trips and helping in the classroom.
Regular building hours for teachers shall be forty five minutes before school starts (8:30 -9:00 a.m.) fifteen minutes after school ends (3:45-4:00 p.m.).
Our overall average attendance is 94.7%.
2011-12 Average Expenditure per Student: $8,841.
STATE TEST SCORES
Please click for an in-depth look at our Measurements of Student Progress (MSP) scores and how we compare to other schools within our district and throughout the state. This site also contains other important information reported by the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction.