Hamilton County School District

In the 2018-2019 school year, Hamilton County School District’s 3rd-grade ELA FSA passing rate rose 14 points from the previous school year.

In the 2018-2019 school year, Hamilton County School District implemented MindPlay Literacy as part of a countywide implementation for elementary all students and Middle/High lowest quartile. 199 students were placed on MindPlay Literacy; 124 students at Hamilton County Elementary School and 49 students at Hamilton County High School.

As a result of significant usage among 3rd graders at Hamilton County Elementary School, Hamilton County School District’s 3rd-grade ELA FSA passing rate rose 14 points from the previous school year, surpassing Florida’s statewide 1 point gain.

Before MindPlay Literacy, Hamilton County Schools 3rd-grade ELA FSA passing rate remained at 32 points in the 2015-2016 and 2016-2017 school year and rose to 36 points in the 2017-2018 school year.

Hamilton County Schools

point increase in passing rates
0
2017-2018 36%
2018-2019 50%

Statewide

point increase in passing rates
0
2017-2018 57%
2018-2019 58%

Hamilton County Elementary School.

At the end of the 2018-2019 school year, 6% of students exceeded their grade level goal and students 2+ years below grade level decreased by 20%. On average, grade 2+ students gained 1.02 grade levels over the 2018-2019 school year. The pie charts below show the student categories from their first benchmark test to the last benchmark test.

School Improvement

First Test
Last Test

School Usage.

Estimate of students’ active engagement in the program.

Total time spent working in MindPlay Literacy
0 h 38m
Average time per student
0 h 15m

Students in MVRC averaged 28h 15m of the expected 57h 26m.

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