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J Harold Brinley Middle School

J Harold Brinley Middle School

Nearby Schools

Berkeley L Bunker Elementary School (0.55 miles away)District Zoned, Pre-K - 5
Doris M Reed Elementary School (0.63 miles away)District Zoned, Pre-K - 5
Wing and Lilly Fong Elementary School (0.7 miles away)District Zoned, Pre-K - 5

School Details

Enrollment 954
Spend Per Pupil $10,351
Grades Served 6-8
Transience 29%
School Type District Zoned
Long-Term Subs 420

School Population

English Learners (ELL) 27%
Free/Reduced Price Lunch (FRL) 100%
Individual Education Plan (IEP) 14%
Hispanic 65%
Black 20%
White 7%
Two or more races 4%
Asian 1%
In/AK Native 0%
Pacific Islander 0%

School Performance

English Language Proficiency

Student Engagement

Growth

Opportunity Gaps

Academic Achievement and Equity
Growth
English Language Proficiency
Opportunity Gaps
Student Engagement

How many kids at this school are on or above grade level?

Academic Achievement is a measure of the end of year state assessment called the Smarter Balanced test (SBAC). On a grading scale of 1 through 4, a student receives a 3 for proficient or a 4 for advanced. This is also referred to as "on grade level" or "above grade level."

For Middle Schools, this number includes students who take the end-of-course exam.

Overall on Grade Level 20%
English Language Arts on Grade Level 28%
Math on Grade Level 10%
Science on Grade Level 14%

Growth is a measure of:

  1. Median Growth Percentile (MGP): tells us how well a school is supporting the growth of all students compared to last year.
  2. Adequate Growth Percentile (AGP): tells us how many students are growing fast enough to be on grade level within three years.

How fast are students at this school getting better at Math?

Math Growth - MGP: 56%
Math Growth - AGP: 18%

How fast are students at this school getting better at Reading?

English Language Arts Growth - MGP: 52%
English Language Arts Growth - AGP: 38%

How is this school doing with students who need extra help to learn the English language?

English Language Proficiency 29%

This percentage of students are on track to no longer need services for English language skills within five years.

Opportunity Gaps is a measure of growth among students who were not on grade level on the state assessments the previous school year.This tells us the number of students who were not on grade level last year who are on track to be on grade level within three years (meeting their Adequate Growth Percentile benchmark in the current year).

How many students who were not on grade level last year met their growth benchmark in Math?

Math 14%

These are students who were not on grade level last year are on track to be on grade level within three years.


How many students who were not on grade level last year met their growth benchmark in English Language Arts?

English Language Arts 26%

These are students who were not on grade level last year are on track to be on grade level within three years.


Note: this category uses one of the same measures as used for the Growth category, Adequate Growth Percentile, but looks specifically at student subgroups who need extra support to move from "not on grade level" to "on grade level".

A student that is absent 10% or more of the total days enrolled in a school will be identified as chronically absent. A student must be enrolled in a school for at least 91-days of the current school year to be included in this calculation.

How many students at this school were chronically absent during the 2020-2021 school year?

Chronic Absence 47.00%

How many students participated in Academic Learning Plans?

Academic Learning Plans 99%

SCHOOL CLIMATE

The Nevada School Climate/Social Emotional Learning Survey (NV-SCSEL) is given to students each fall. It is used by schools to understand how students feel about the quality of school life.

Learn more about school climate

Scale Key:
Most Favorable
Favorable
Least Favorable
Overall Data
Cultural & Linguistic Competence
Relationships
Emotional Safety
Physical Safety

SCHOOL DISCIPLINE

Nevada law requires each school to report incidents of disciplinary action by race and ethnicity.
No data indicate that the school did not report any recorded instances of discipline in the selected category.

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