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School Comparison Report | Apr. 24 2024
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School Comparison

About This Tool

Welcome to a smarter way to choose the perfect educational path for your student with Opportunity 180’s innovative school comparison feature! Easily make informed decisions about your student’s education by comparing up to three schools at the same grade level.

  • Effortless Comparison: Easily compare up to three schools within the same grade level (Example: only elementary schools).
  • Comprehensive Metrics: Explore vital school metrics, including star ratings, academic achievement, growth, English language proficiency, opportunity gaps, and student engagement.
  • Highlighting Excellence: Instantly spot the best rating in each category, showcased in vibrant blue.

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Instructions

Step 1: Use the school search and look for schools near a location ideal for you and your student.

Step 1: Start a search

Step 2: Visit the school profile for more information. If you want to add a school to your comparison list, select “Compare This School” in the upper right-hand corner of the page.
You must find at least two schools to generate a comparison report. For the comparison report to generate, they must be of the same grade level (Example: elementary schools).

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Step 3: Once a school has been added to your comparison list, it will appear at the top of the page. You can remove it at any time. You can also clear your entire comparison list by selecting “Start Over.” Add additional schools by returning to your initial search results. Don’t worry, the site will remember your selections, and you may visit any other pages during your research, returning to any school profile to continue your comparison.

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Step 4: When you are happy with your comparison choices, select “View Comparisons” to generate your comparison report.

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Jack & Terry Mannion Middle School

Nearby Schools

James E & A Rae Smalley Elementary School (0.31 miles away)District Zoned, Pre-K - 5
Fay Galloway Elementary School (1.29 miles away)District Zoned, Pre-K - 5
Foothill High School (1.32 miles away)District Zoned, High School

School Details

Enrollment 1,368

The total number of students enrolled at a school.

Spend Per Pupil $8,924

The total amount of money spent per student that year. This number includes federal, state, and local funds, and includes grants and appropriations.

Grades Served 6-8
Transience 11%

The percentage of students who do not finish the school year at the same school they started.

School Type District Zoned
  • District Zoned School - Your neighborhood public school, based on where the student lives. District Zoned Schools serve all students without restrictions.
  • Public Charter School - Schools of choice open to all students regardless of where they live. Charters operate without some of the regulations of district schools but are still held accountable to academic results and student achievement.
  • Public Magnet School - Schools that offer programs in specific focus areas, such as math, fine arts, science, or health. Entry to an elementary or middle school magnet program is interest-based.
  • Career and Technical Academies (CTA) - A type of Magnet School. Entry to a CTA program can be criteria, performance, and/or interest-based.
Long-Term Subs 3

Substitute teachers that teach for more than ten days in a row in a school for the same teacher.

School Population

English Learners (ELL) 2%

Students who speak a language other than English when they first enroll in school and receive support to grow and improve in English Language Arts.

Free/Reduced Price Lunch (FRL) 100%

Students who qualify for free or reduced lunch based on household income.

Individual Education Plan (IEP) 14%

Students receiving special education services.

White 56%
Hispanic 25%
Two or more races 9%
Black 6%
Asian 3%
Pacific Islander 1%
In/AK Native 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 Performance
Performance By Student Race/Ethnicity

Academic Achievement

Overall on Grade Level 51%
District Average: 31%
English Language Arts on Grade Level 61%
District Average: 38%
Math on Grade Level 43%
District Average: 24%
Science on Grade Level 44%
District Average: 30%
  = District Average
NSPF Points Earned
2022:
0/25
2021:
23/25
2017:
25/25
Decreased by 92% in 2022
Overall on Grade Level
2022:
51%
2021:
55%
2017:
57%
Decreased by 4% in 2022
Math on Grade Level
2022:
43%
2021:
45%
2017:
44%
Decreased by 2% in 2022
English on Grade Level
2022:
61%
2021:
65%
2017:
65%
Decreased by 4% in 2022

Equity in education means personal or social circumstances do not impact achievement. This data shows students on or above grade level across the school's student population. Differences may suggest some student groups are not getting the support to succeed. Note: Subgroups that are less than 25 in the total number of students tested are not included here.

Math on Grade Level
Am In/AK Native
25%
Asian
43.9%
Black
11.5%
Hispanic
32.8%
Pacific Islander
46.1%
2+ Races
50.7%
White
48.5%
English Language Arts
Am In/AK Native
2%
Asian
26%
Black
25%
Hispanic
164%
Pacific Islander
9%
2+ Races
76%
White
467%
Science
Am In/AK Native
1%
Asian
6%
Black
4%
Hispanic
46%
Pacific Islander
1%
2+ Races
22%
White
107%

Growth

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.
Overall Performance
Performance By Student Race/Ethnicity

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

Math Growth - MGP test: 58%
Math Growth - AGP: 43%

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

English Language Arts Growth - MGP: 62%
English Language Arts Growth - AGP: 61%
NSPF Points Earned
2022:
0/30
2021:
20/30
2017:
25/30
Decreased by 66.666666666667% in 2022

Equity in education means personal or social circumstances do not impact achievement. Differences may suggest some student groups are not getting the support to succeed.

Math AGP
Asian
65.90%
Black
22.20%
Hispanic
40.80%
Pacific Islander
29.40%
2+ Races
50.80%
White
54.30%
Math MGP
Asian
56.50%
Black
53.00%
Hispanic
51.00%
Pacific Islander
57.00%
2+ Races
41.50%
White
52.00%
English AGP
Asian
86.30%
Black
46.00%
Hispanic
62.00%
Pacific Islander
47.00%
2+ Races
62.70%
White
71.30%
English MGP
Asian
70.00%
Black
59.00%
Hispanic
47.00%
Pacific Islander
40.00%
2+ Races
51.50%
White
54.00%

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

English Language Proficiency 57%
District Average: 35%

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

Opportunity Gaps

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 15%

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 30%

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".

Student Engagement

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?

Chronic Absence 27%

How many students participated in Academic Learning Plans?

Academic Learning Plans 95%

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
Select a category to explore the results:
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.
Learn more about school climate

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