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In the Beginning

Piqua, OH

#25017 Jun 1, 2013
Open Springboro wrote:
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When I first heard the debate on Fox News about the rise of women as the primary bread winners, I wasn't surprised to hear them talking about the "science of male dominance," and the negative impact these changes will have on traditional marriages, I thought of all the other seemingly impossible debates that have since been turned into actual legislation, including climate denial, creationism, and guns in schools. How would any of these ridiculous subjects actually make it on to the agenda of our school board?
The answer is money. People get paid to sit down with our elected leaders in order to construct legislation for the benefit of wealthy individuals whose only interest is in their profit margin. Think tanks are tapped to devise crafty slogans and talking points which they spread across the blogosphere and hold meetups to indoctrinate frustrated citizens into their radicalized agenda.
While at first, I thought all of this was Big Government Big Business in action on the national level, but lately I have seen these same frustrated citizens in our local community spreading their radicalized agenda to the detriment of our school system. That is the influence which outside money has on our local politics, whereby a private billionaire not only has the means of affording his own personal legislator, but access to a digital network which divides local communities, drives away those who dislike partisan politics, and emboldening disgruntled residents to make choices that harm their futures and the futures of the their communities.
Welcome to the new Kingdom of Serfdom, where the Kings whom our Founding Fathers deposed have risen once again to claim their rights to our public lands. You may believe that their kingdoms provide such wealth and bounty directly from the hand of God, but we the people know our Democratic Republic is under threat from more wealth than any kings from ages past could hope to acquire.
What we don't know is that Open Government takes back the power of governance from our Corporate Kings and places it back in the hands of the people, to like or dislike, or recommend proposals that we can all discuss and share. This is the new model of Democracy in America, whether your Corporate Sponsors like it or not.
Excuse me for interrupting your ritter ramblings; but the
"science of male dominance" began way back yonder in the beautiful Garden of Eden as recorded in the book of Genesis (or book of Creationism). Our Heavenly Father created male and female and provided for all their needs; but that clever old lucifer came tempting the woman to "doubt" God's provisions; and the
woman took a "gamble" that lucifer could provide "all that she WANTED".... and it was then, as the first woman on earth "tempted"
the first man of earth to join in rebellion "against God's established order" that the "science of male dominance" began.
Today, we still have those clever ones (often disguised as politicians protecting womens' reproductive rights) slithering through political campaigns "indoctrinating" women voters that they don't need anything but the government to "partner" up with in order to "be all that any man could ever hope to be!"

Saul Alinsky gives a nod to lucifer in the acknowledgement page of his book "Rules for Radicals"...which states:
Lest we forget at least an over-the shoulder acknowledgment to the very first radical; from all our legends, mythology, and history (and who is to know where mythology leaves off and histroy begins--- or which is which) the firt radical known to man who rebelled against the establishment and did it so effectively that he at least won his own kingdom ----Lucifer.
SpringBoro Taxpayers

Piqua, OH

#25018 Jun 1, 2013
Phil wrote:
<quoted text>
I have looked at it a bit. I like the idea and it's nice to see side by side what each side is offering, wants to add and wants to remove. Sadly, it looks like it's the OEA vs Tea Party in Springboro and both sides want to make an example out of the other. In that scenario, everyone loses. Students, teachers, parents, home owners...everybody. Well, the lawyers might win.
I'm hoping the SEA proposes basically the same contract language that's been in place the past few years with possibly the request to bump up the base pay 2-3 percentage points over the next few years. Maybe reinstate steps in the salary scale for a few years if insurance is increased to 80/20 or 75/25. I'm not sure how the numbers would work out but that's not asking for much.
Not a Chance that the OEA/SEA war of words attacking Springboro Taxpayers will force open Springboro taxpayers' wallets to the unnecessary evil of increased taxes for union wages and benefits.
The time has come for Mr. Maney to Educate Springboro teachers to live within our children first budget, ensuring that the children of the Sprigboro community receive an excellent education while keeping the costs of that education affordble, by carefully adhering to responsible spending!
The time has come to celebrate our success! Children First Budgeting Works, thanks to our Springboro Parents (serving our school children and community as BOE representatives) Mrs. Kohls, Mr. Rigano, Mr. Petroni, Mrs. Kull, and Mr. Miller!
Thank You for Just Saying YES to Our Children First!
Please know of our continued support during these difficult times of negotiations! Springboro Loves Our Children First!

“Civic Innovation Designer”

Since: Mar 11

Springboro, Ohio

#25019 Jun 1, 2013
In the Beginning wrote:
<quoted text>
Excuse me for interrupting your ritter ramblings; but the
"science of male dominance" began way back yonder in the beautiful Garden of Eden as recorded in the book of Genesis (or book of Creationism). Our Heavenly Father created male and female and provided for all their needs; but that clever old lucifer came tempting the woman to "doubt" God's provisions; and the
woman took a "gamble" that lucifer could provide "all that she WANTED".... and it was then, as the first woman on earth "tempted"
the first man of earth to join in rebellion "against God's established order" that the "science of male dominance" began.
Okay that was unexpected. Who would have thought that anyone would actually defend male dominance from a Biblical perspective? I'd ask what your wife thinks of your male superiority, but she's probably barefoot in the kitchen making babies, where God intended her to be. Is that right?

And now we wait for the Corporations to craft legislation and spread their talking points across their social networks, until the School Board decides to put "male dominance" on the preapproved list of "controversial issues" our teachers can discuss in the classrooms..
Just Watching

Cleveland, OH

#25020 Jun 1, 2013
If you can't defend your points or have not points to defend start making up trash.
In the meantime what is truly important gets swept to the wayside, except not his time.
2000 plus kids are not getting the education the taxpayers have funded.
These are your 6th grade test results for 2011 - 2012
2011 - 2012
6th Grade State Defined Achievement Classifications
Limited.... 7 Students
Limited.... 24% Average Score
Limited Definition.....0-13 correct answers (scored 0-26%)
Basic..... 21 Students
Basic..... 34% Average Score
Basic Definition.....14-19 correct answers (scored 28%-38%)
Proficient.... 94 Students
Proficient.... 51% Average
Proficient Definition.....20-29 correct answers (40%- 58%)
Accelerated..... 100 Students
Accelerated..... 66% Average Score
Accelerated Definition.....30-35 correct answers (60%- 70%)
Advanced 267 Students
Advanced.... 83% Average Score
Advanced Definition.....36-50 correct answers (72%- 100%)
Using the scale Mr. Malone had used for years at the high school to grade PSEO college credits
F..... Below 62.99%..... 143 Students.....29% receiving F
D..... 63 to 74.99%..... 120 Students.....25% receiving D
C..... 75 to 84.99%..... 115 Students.....24% receiving C
B..... 85 to 92.99%..... 80 Students.....16% receiving B
A..... 93 and above..... 32 Students.....7% receiving A
Total 6th Grade......... 487 Students
Now tell me again how these results are outstanding. The only real passing scores are in the top state defined rank of Advanced and the average score in that category was 83%. Mr. Lewis stated his goal was to get more kids into the PROFICIENT rankings last year during his board presentation and the crowd went wild with approval. Increasing performance is certainly the goal, but shooting for 40% on a math achievement test does not seem as though it will benefit a child much more than scoring 36% on the test. Both scores will leave a child far behind the class.
The good news is that Mr. Lewis's program appears to be making progress moving scores upward. This year we had 47% of the kids pass the test. In August we will see if that trend continued this year and also if these children were able to buck the downward trend in their 7th grade year.
The downside to that 47% passing is the 53% who are in the D and F range,
that is just not acceptable given the quality of students, families, and teachers.
Euphemisms are no substitute for actual achievement.
good grief

Dayton, OH

#25021 Jun 1, 2013
Open Springboro wrote:
<quoted text>
Okay that was unexpected. Who would have thought that anyone would actually defend male dominance from a Biblical perspective? I'd ask what your wife thinks of your male superiority, but she's probably barefoot in the kitchen making babies, where God intended her to be. Is that right?
And now we wait for the Corporations to craft legislation and spread their talking points across their social networks, until the School Board decides to put "male dominance" on the preapproved list of "controversial issues" our teachers can discuss in the classrooms..
Do you actually have a paying job, or do you post everywhere on topix because you are unemployed ?
Waste Watchers

Piqua, OH

#25022 Jun 1, 2013
Open Springboro wrote:
<quoted text>
Okay that was unexpected. Who would have thought that anyone would actually defend male dominance from a Biblical perspective? I'd ask what your wife thinks of your male superiority, but she's probably barefoot in the kitchen making babies, where God intended her to be. Is that right?
And now we wait for the Corporations to craft legislation and spread their talking points across their social networks, until the School Board decides to put "male dominance" on the preapproved list of "controversial issues" our teachers can discuss in the classrooms..
Why is the school board wasting taxpayers money employing high cost educators to "teach" controversial issues in the first place?
What a waste of school tax dollars!
Why not fire all these teachers of "controversial issues" and send a message to All Springboro Parents to "do their own homework" teaching their own child about sex, religion, guns and drugs and all other diversity chosen as their basic family values. Different strokes for different folks, so why should taxpayers have to foot the bill to teach a specific view on "controversial issues?
So, why do these whiney parents like those that gripe and complain all the time for more money for the teachers, expect Taxpayers to do THEIR parental job of teaching their own "values" to their own children? Since there are only about 185 days of classroom instruction during the school year, should our professional educators use their time and expertise on improving our kids individual academic scores, instead of wasting time and money on arguments of "controversial issues?"
Just Saulsome

Piqua, OH

#25023 Jun 1, 2013
Open Springboro wrote:
<quoted text>
Okay that was unexpected. Who would have thought that anyone would actually defend male dominance from a Biblical perspective? I'd ask what your wife thinks of your male superiority, but she's probably barefoot in the kitchen making babies, where God intended her to be. Is that right?
And now we wait for the Corporations to craft legislation and spread their talking points across their social networks, until the School Board decides to put "male dominance" on the preapproved list of "controversial issues" our teachers can discuss in the classrooms..
excuse me, ritter ramblings, but it is noted that you enjoy "revising to your own liking" your twisted view of everything. Please note that you failed to include the male dominance of lucifer, as Saul Alinsky acknowledged in his book
"Rules for Radicals." You are familiar with Rules for Radicals as the handbook for the "have nots" (government leaders) strategy to take power and wealth from the "haves" (Taxpayers)?

First published in 1971, Rules for Radicals is Saul Alinsky's impassioned counsel t young radicals on how to effect constructive social change and know the "difference between being a realistic radical and being a rhetorical one....

Alinsky's techiques and teachings influenced generations of community and labor organizers, including the church-based group hiring a young (Barack) Obama to work on Chicago's South Side in the 1980's...Alinsky impressed a young (Hillary) Clinton, who was growing up in ParkRidge at the time Alinsky was the director of the Industrial Areas Fooundation in Chicago." - Chicago Sun-Times

"This country's leading hell-raiser... has set down some of the rules of the game. No one has had more experience or has been more successful at it than Alinsky." -The Nation

Saul Alinsky gives a nod to lucifer in the acknowledgement page of his book Rules for Radicals, stating...

Lest we forget at least an over-the-shoulder acknowledgment to the very first radical; from all our legends, mythology, and history (and who is to know wher mythology leaves off and histroy begins--or which is which) the first radical known t man who rebelled against the establishment and did it so effectively that he a t least won his own kingdom---Lucifer.
(Saul Alinsky)

Just Saulsome

Piqua, OH

#25024 Jun 1, 2013
These recent tactics of emotionally blackmailing for dollars during the CCFD Say Yes to 3 campaign is an example of our government leaders creating a false budget crisis, so that they can throw a victim party of "have-nots" of the government who only wants to "help us" IF only the Taxpayers will agree to give MORE of what Taxpayers HAVE to the government; so that the government can "help us all."
There is no reasoning with this type of radical addiction of the government for "one more easy fix".... from the "wealthy taxpayer".... who should just say YES and trust the government to take care of everything.
The only response is for the Taxpayers to just say NO to new taxes. Just Say No is the most effective and least expensive cure to ALL addiction, including the government's greed of "Tax and Spend."
Reject Ritter Ramblings

Piqua, OH

#25025 Jun 1, 2013
Open Springboro wrote:
<quoted text>
You're calling it like I see it, Phil. OEA vs Tea Party. And to be honest, I wouldn't have a problem with that if we weren't involved with a winner takes all death match. The proposed changes I see coming from the Board are quite radical, and that is where my frustration lies, not at the fact that someone is proposing radical change, but that we only have one open to choose from. Why isn't it possible for someone from the community to propose a radical change like open government?
Here's a piece I had published in the Huffington Post. I wrote it to appeal to their readership, but I would much rather have an open conversation where we can pick and choose the changes we want, and of course provide a few changes of our own. From what I read in researching this piece, there's a lot of options to explore with the "smaller schools" movement, but not when it's being guided by a profit motive. The conversation needs to be open to the community, or else were just going to end up with a new group of people trying to get their pet projects passed with taxpayer support.
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/news-genius/new...
I strongly disagree with open springboro false accusations against our board. The facts are clearly seen on the official school websites.

Why is the OEA standing in the way of negotiations in Springboro? Visit http://www.springboro.org for current negotiation information, the fiscal impact of accepting the OEA contract, and more. Stay informed, at http://www.springboro.org .
TV Land

Piqua, OH

#25026 Jun 1, 2013
Really wrote:
<quoted text>
When the board was asked what the conversion school would be used for they did not have a reason. Ms. Kohls tried to come up with something but had nothing to back up any of her ideas with. Not a single other member of the board had a reason identified to support such a school - pathetic. I don't doubt we may have needs but it is pretty sorry that the board doesn't do their due diligence to figure out what those needs are PRIOR to spending money on whether or not we can afford it.
For those viewing the board meeting through the eye of the camera, it does appear that the Board agenda item was to discuss the proposed contract to hire an educational group to "conduct a study on the possibility of a conversion school; after discussion, the board had questions on whether the contract was the right approach; and then a board member made a motion to table the vote and so the vote "to table the vote" passed 3-2.

So why the big deal with all the bashing of the board going on around town that the board tried to push charter schools? That is simply not true. There is an excellent news article (which was printed in the Springboro Sun) regarding the possibility of a study being conducted; in case you missed this, you can find this article and other educational articles at this website: http://educatespringboro.wordpress.com/2013/0...

“Civic Innovation Designer”

Since: Mar 11

Springboro, Ohio

#25027 Jun 1, 2013
TV Land wrote:
So why the big deal with all the bashing of the board going on around town that the board tried to push charter schools? That is simply not true. There is an excellent news article (which was printed in the Springboro Sun) regarding the possibility of a study being conducted; in case you missed this, you can find this article and other educational articles at this website: http://educatespringboro.wordpress.com/2013/0...
And here is the flyer from the Lorain County Tea Party about the event sponsored by the Ohio School Boards Leadership Council, which was held at the Ohio State Fairgrounds last year:

http://www.meetup.com/Lorain-County-TEA-Party...
Boro Happy Taxpayers

Piqua, OH

#25028 Jun 1, 2013
Support Our Success wrote:
The time has come to Support Our Success of Our Fiscally Responsible Springboro Schools Board of Education representatives. Under the leadership of our BOE president, Dr. Kelly Kohls, our board prioritizes our Kids in every decision.
Before Dr. Kohls got on this school board, this school district projected a $30 million deficit.
Now, this school district projects a $5 million surplus, AFTER replacing many things taken from the children during the levy campaigns.
This school board has now added many curriculum and safety measures for the children of our district.(And all of this without new money out of taxpayers pockets). What Changed?
Simply put, our children first budgeting school board representavies have become much more efficient! This board is now holding people accountable and the school board and school district leaders are making ALL decisions using what is good for education and our children as our priority!
Why would any Springboro parent not say Thank You to our board representives for putting "our children's 21st century education" FIRST?
Kids First Academic Investiments -
The past five year budget forecast did not include textbooks. This year, this school board purchased $400,000 in new textbooks for the K-5 levels, and we the board has budgeted $2 million over the next 4 years for future textbooks. Under the leadership of fiscally responsible board president, Dr. Kohls, this board has now budgeted for more materials and supplies to the classroom, more special education, and gifted services.
Our children first budgeting plan IS working!
Why would any taxpayer not support our success by voting YES for November School Renewal Levy and Vote YES for FOUR more years of successful leadership of our BOE president, Dr. Kelly Kohls!
Thank You, Dr. Kohls, for helping our schools and community be a WAY BETTER place to live, learn, work, and Play Sports! G-O P-A-N-T-H-E-R-S!
Time to Celebrate Our Success! Visit "Children First Budgeting Works" at this website and spread the great news! http://educatespringboro.wordpress.com/2013/0...
Boro Happy Taxpayers

Piqua, OH

#25029 Jun 1, 2013
Open Springboro wrote:
<quoted text>
And here is the flyer from the Lorain County Tea Party about the event sponsored by the Ohio School Boards Leadership Council, which was held at the Ohio State Fairgrounds last year:
http://www.meetup.com/Lorain-County-TEA-Party...
And, thank you, for calling attention, once again, to the great work being done by the Ohio School Board Leadership Council.
Thanks to school board members across OHIO, including Springboro Board President, Kelly Kohls, for standing up to the OSBA indoctrination, bullying school board elected officials that they were supposed "to listen to what their school superintendent told them to do" instead of the other way around.
Remember back in the bad days of the good old boys club BEFORE 2010? Our former school superintendent and former treasurer and former business business "ran the whole show" and the previous board members just rubber stamped everything that the school district leaders asked for in the best interest of the school union employees!
Thank Goodness, we now have a School Superintendent and School Treasurer who works with our Children First Budgeting BOE members in the best interest of our school children and community as a whole.
Thank You, Dr. Kohls, Mr. Rigano, Mr. Petroni, Mrs. Kull, and Mr. Miller for saying YES to our Children First!
Boro Happy Taxpayers

Piqua, OH

#25030 Jun 1, 2013
Abraham Lincoln said, "People are just as happy as they make up their minds to be."

We Are Happy In Successful Springboro!
If Springboro Teachers aren't happy with their employment in our great schools, provided by Springboro Taxpayers, then it's going to take a lot more than just more money to get them to happily work in our kid's classrooms! Why would any teacher not be happy with great pay and working conditions like these:

Working conditions
1. New technology, and technology upgrades galore,
2. Clean and well kept facilities,
3. 7.25 hour work day,
4. Paid leave = 15 sick days and 4 personal days off per year,
5. Subs when need,$700,000 in supplemental pay possibilities.
6. Field trips for students and teachers permitted to run trips off line,
7. Moderate sized class for teacher across all grade levels,
8. More support staff for special education and gifted on the horizon,
9. New text books for learning,
10.Fully funded athletic programs,
11.Tons of extra curricular activities for teachers and students,
12.Smart kids making learning easier(better than our urban counterparts,
13.Engaged parents that support educators programs and needs,
14.Great pto organizations that support educators and students needs,
15.A board of education that supports student achievement,
16.Smart boards in every class,
17.A board of education that is focused on policy and safety for our students and teachers,
18.new stages,
19.More band equipment ($35,000 for all kids),
20.Excellent pay and benefits,
21.Generous employee by-outs,
22.More AP classes to accelerate learning.

Springboro Loves Our Children First!

Does the Ohio Education Association Care About Springboro?

Why is the OEA standing in the way of negotiations in Springboro? Visit http://www.springboro.org for current negotiation information, the fiscal impact of accepting the OEA contract, and more. Stay informed, at http://www.springboro.org .
Just Laughing At You

Englewood, OH

#25031 Jun 1, 2013
Did everyone notice nobody applauded four of the school board members at Graduation tonight? Dead Silence when they were announced. Where is Doug Weideman when they need him? They really could have used the help. I am sure he can put a positive spin on how even the families of the Graduates feel about them.
Boro Happy Taxpayers wrote:
Abraham Lincoln said, "People are just as happy as they make up their minds to be."
We Are Happy In Successful Springboro!
If Springboro Teachers aren't happy with their employment in our great schools, provided by Springboro Taxpayers, then it's going to take a lot more than just more money to get them to happily work in our kid's classrooms! Why would any teacher not be happy with great pay and working conditions like these:
Working conditions
1. New technology, and technology upgrades galore,
2. Clean and well kept facilities,
3. 7.25 hour work day,
4. Paid leave = 15 sick days and 4 personal days off per year,
5. Subs when need,$700,000 in supplemental pay possibilities.
6. Field trips for students and teachers permitted to run trips off line,
7. Moderate sized class for teacher across all grade levels,
8. More support staff for special education and gifted on the horizon,
9. New text books for learning,
10.Fully funded athletic programs,
11.Tons of extra curricular activities for teachers and students,
12.Smart kids making learning easier(better than our urban counterparts,
13.Engaged parents that support educators programs and needs,
14.Great pto organizations that support educators and students needs,
15.A board of education that supports student achievement,
16.Smart boards in every class,
17.A board of education that is focused on policy and safety for our students and teachers,
18.new stages,
19.More band equipment ($35,000 for all kids),
20.Excellent pay and benefits,
21.Generous employee by-outs,
22.More AP classes to accelerate learning.
Springboro Loves Our Children First!
Does the Ohio Education Association Care About Springboro?
Why is the OEA standing in the way of negotiations in Springboro? Visit http://www.springboro.org for current negotiation information, the fiscal impact of accepting the OEA contract, and more. Stay informed, at http://www.springboro.org .
Get real

Dayton, OH

#25032 Jun 1, 2013
Just Laughing At You wrote:
Did everyone notice nobody applauded four of the school board members at Graduation tonight? Dead Silence when they were announced. Where is Doug Weideman when they need him? They really could have used the help. I am sure he can put a positive spin on how even the families of the Graduates feel about them.
<quoted text>
Wait until those Proficient kids are in college and their parents are paying to get the education they should have received for free in our excellent with distinction high school. Or they have trouble finding and holding a job because they lack basic educational skills. See if the teachers care then.
Get real

Dayton, OH

#25033 Jun 1, 2013
Open Springboro wrote:
<quoted text>
And here is the flyer from the Lorain County Tea Party about the event sponsored by the Ohio School Boards Leadership Council, which was held at the Ohio State Fairgrounds last year:
http://www.meetup.com/Lorain-County-TEA-Party...
Yes the evil bstrds, they want a real education in grades K-12, responsible fiscal management, transparent communication with the community, and building networks with like minded taxpayers.
Get real

Dayton, OH

#25034 Jun 1, 2013
Waste Watchers wrote:
<quoted text>
Why is the school board wasting taxpayers money employing high cost educators to "teach" controversial issues in the first place?
What a waste of school tax dollars!
Why not fire all these teachers of "controversial issues" and send a message to All Springboro Parents to "do their own homework" teaching their own child about sex, religion, guns and drugs and all other diversity chosen as their basic family values. Different strokes for different folks, so why should taxpayers have to foot the bill to teach a specific view on "controversial issues?
So, why do these whiney parents like those that gripe and complain all the time for more money for the teachers, expect Taxpayers to do THEIR parental job of teaching their own "values" to their own children? Since there are only about 185 days of classroom instruction during the school year, should our professional educators use their time and expertise on improving our kids individual academic scores, instead of wasting time and money on arguments of "controversial issues?"
You must mean like the tripe they feed our children every day as opposed to teaching the curriculum they are paid to teach. Maybe if they did we would have more kids passing basic math test in each grade.
Doug Weideman

Cleveland, OH

#25035 Jun 2, 2013
Just Laughing At You wrote:
Did everyone notice nobody applauded four of the school board members at Graduation tonight? Dead Silence when they were announced. Where is Doug Weideman when they need him? They really could have used the help. I am sure he can put a positive spin on how even the families of the Graduates feel about them.
<quoted text>
You would be grossly mistaken if you were to believe the current Board of Education is supported by but one man.

But then again, you are mistaken about quite a bit.
Just Watching

Cleveland, OH

#25036 Jun 2, 2013
What is the OEA suggesting to reverse this trend, aside from working less?

6th Grade 2009-2010 Ohio Achievement Assessment Tests Results.
.
Math .......50 possible points on the test
.
.
State Rating System and distribution of students for the 6th grade
.
Limited.......... 12 Students
Limited.......... 18% was the Average score for this group
Limited..........definition--0 -12 correct answers =(0-18% correct)
.
Basic..........13 Students
Basic ..........31% was the Average score for this group
Basic..........definition--13- 19 correct answers =(26-38% correct)
.
Proficient........96 Students
Proficient........47% was the Average score for this group
Proficient.........definition- -20-27 correct answers =(40-54% correct)
.
Accelerated.....104 Students
Accelerated.....62% was the Average score for this group
Accelerated.....definition--28 -36 correct answers =(60-72% correct)
.
Advanced........176 Students
Advanced........80% was the Average score for this group
Advanced........definition--37 -50 correct answers =(74-100% correct)
.
Applying Mr. Malone's same grading system used for assigning percentages to grades earned in the college credit program (PSEO)
.
F.....Below 62.99% correct answers.......209 Students.....49% receiving F
D..... 63%- 74.99% correct answers......93 Students.......22% receiving D
C......75%- 84.99% correct answers........73 Students.....17% receiving C
B..... 85%- 92.99% correct answers........42 Students.....10% receiving B
A..... 93% correct answers and above.....9 Students.......2% receiving A

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