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  • OPSB Charter School Office Annual Report

    March 12, 2015

  • 1

    DearFriends,TheOrleansParishSchoolBoardsCharterSchoolOfficeisexcitedtopresentitsinauguralAnnualReport.ThisreportprovidesanoverviewoftheworkoftheOPSBCharterOffice,thehistoricalandcurrentperformanceofOPSBcharterschools,schoolspecificinformation,andasummaryofthe201314AnnualReviewsofeachschool.OPSBs14charterschoolsnoweducatemorethan10,000students75%ofthedistrictstotalenrollment.AmongOPSBscharterschoolsare3ofthetop20publicschoolsinthestate,andadiversearrayofopenenrollmentschoolsthatprovideprogramofferingstomeettheeducationalneedsofeverystudent.Theseprogramsincludelanguageimmersion,Montessori,STEM,andartsbasededucation,tonameafew.Charterschoolsrepresentafundamentalrethinkingoftherelationshipbetweenschools,thedistrict,andfamilies.Inexchangeforsignificantoperationalautonomy,charterschoolsacceptahigherstandardforperformanceandswifterconsequencesforfailingtomeetthebar.TheOrleansParishSchoolBoard,throughitsCharterSchoolOffice,iscommittedtoupholdingthesestandardsandensuringthatallofNewOrleansstudentsandfamilieshaveequitableaccesstomultiplehighqualityschooloptions.WeappreciateyoursupportofpubliceducationinOrleansParish.Ifyouhaveanyquestionsaboutthisreportorourcharterschools,pleasedonthesitatetocontactourofficeatcharterschooloffice@opsb.us.

    KathleenPadianDeputySuperintendentOrleansParishSchoolBoard

    ORLEANSPARISHSCHOOLBOARD3520GeneralDeGaulleDrive,NewOrleans,Louisiana70114

    CharterSchoolOfficeKathleenPadian,DeputySuperintendent

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    Table of Contents

    OPSB CHARTER SCHOOLS OVERVIEW ............................................................................................. 3

    ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE & ENROLLMENT ........................................................................................ 3

    OFFICE HIGHLIGHTS ............................................................................................................................. 4

    ELEMENTARY (PK-8) SCHOOLS

    AUDUBON CHARTER SCHOOL .................................................................................................................. 5

    BRICOLAGE CHARTER SCHOOL ................................................................................................................ 7

    EINSTEIN CHARTER SCHOOL ..................................................................................................................... 9

    ENCORE ACADEMY CHARTER SCHOOL .................................................................................................. 11

    ALICE M. HARTE CHARTER SCHOOL ....................................................................................................... 13

    HYNES CHARTER SCHOOL ..................................................................................................................... 15

    LAKE FOREST CHARTER SCHOOL ............................................................................................................ 17

    ROBERT RUSSA MOTON CHARTER SCHOOL ............................................................................................. 19

    HOMER A. PLESSY CHARTER SCHOOL .................................................................................................... 21

    COMBINATION SCHOOL (K-12)

    LUSHER CHARTER SCHOOL ..................................................................................................................... 23

    HIGH SCHOOLS (9-12)

    BENJAMIN FRANKLIN CHARTER HIGH SCHOOL ....................................................................................... 25

    WARREN EASTON CHARTER SCHOOL ..................................................................................................... 27

    EDNA KARR CHARTER SCHOOL .............................................................................................................. 29

    NEW ORLEANS SCIENCE & MATH CHARTER SCHOOL .............................................................................. 31

    APPENDIX

    PERFORMANCE FRAMEWORK RESULTS ..................................................................................................... A1

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    OPSB Charter Schools Overview

    Enrollment As of October 1, 2014, 14 OPSB-authorized Type 1 and 3 charter schools are collectively educating 10,008 students, an increase of 5.7% from last year, and 15% over the last 3 years. OPSB charter schools are responsible for 2/3rds of the Orleans Parish School Boards growth (550 students). Over 50% of students in OPSB charter schools receive free or reduced-priced lunch, and 6% are SER disabled.

    Academic Performance Charter schools authorized by the Orleans Parish School Board continue to be among the highest-performing schools in both the city and state. All of the schools earning a letter grade of A in the city of New Orleans 6, including two non-selective admissions schools were OPSB authorized charters. Ben Franklin High School, Lusher, and Lake Forest Elementary were 3 of the top 20 public schools in the state of Louisiana by 2014 School Performance Score (SPS). Additionally:

    Ben Franklin High School earned the highest SPS score in the state (140.1) 6 OPSB charter schools (50%) received an A; 11 (out of 12) received an A or B Average SPS score for all OPSB charter schools: 110.4 (A letter grade) Audubon, Harte, and Moton named Top Gains Schools Einstein maintained a B letter grade while conducting a full-school takeover of a failing school Lake Forest Academy was recognized by the U.S. Dept. of Education as a National Blue Ribbon School

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    Two New School Options: Bricolage Academy (K) and Homer A Plessy Community School (PK 1st) opened their doors for the first time. Both schools will grow to serve grades PK-8.

    OPSBs First Charter Network: InspireNola Charter Schools was approved to operated two existing district charters, Alice Harte ES and Edna Karr HS.

    RFA Process: In September of 2013, the Charter Office completed its first application cycle under revisions to state law; one new charter school was approved, and deferred opening until 2016. The Charter Office completed a second application cycle in July 2014 with two additional applicants approved: Cypress Academy and Foundation Preparatory Academy, both expected to open for the 2015-16 school year,

    CEA: Heralding a new era of cooperation on behalf of New Orleans students, the OPSB Charter Office led the districts implementation of the Cooperative Endeavor Agreement with the Recovery School District (RSD), which addresses critical citywide educational needs around facilities, coordinated planning, and additional settings and supports for New Orleans highest-need students.

    District Policy Changes: An overhaul was made, based on state and national best practices, to the districts policies (A128& 129) on charter school renewals and extension, including automatic replication for high-performing schools and a default closure provision for failing schools.

    Performance Framework: The culmination of a yearlong collaborative development process engaging charter school leaders and a broad cross-section of community stakeholders, the OPSB Charter Scho ol Performance Framework provides a clear and uniform standard of excellence for all Orleans Parish charter schools.

    Strategic Priorities: Based on a robust analysis of the citywide public education landscape, citywide strategic priorities were established to meet the identified future needs of the city. National & Statewide Office Achievements: The Deputy Superintendent was invited to and attended the Cooper-Hewitt/Smithsonian Design

    Awards at the White House. The Deputy Superintendent was also selected to participate in the Authorizer-Lender Working

    Group with National Association of Charter Schools (NACSA). The Deputy Superintendent presented at the 2014 NACSA Conference (October 2014) on the

    work of the office. A staff member was a participant in the NACSA Leaders program. The office managed two successful federal grant applications totaling $4+ Million (School Climate

    Transformation and Innovative Approaches to Literacy grants).

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    Audubon Charter School Audubon Charter Schools mission is to foster a culturally rich and academically rigorous program using the French and Montessori curriculum and a comprehensive arts curriculum. Governing Board: French and Montessori Education (F.A.M.E.) Charter Board Chair: Rev. Cornelius Tilton CEO/School Leader: Ms. Janice Dupuy Grades Served: PK-8 Current Location(s): PK-3: 6101 Chatham Dr., 70122 (Gentilly) 4-8: 1111 Milan St., 70115 (Uptown) Planned Final Location: PK-3: 428 Broadway St., 70118 (Uptown) 4-8: 1111 Milan St., 70115 (Uptown) Initial Charter Approval: January 12, 2006 Current Charter Operating Agreement: July 1, 2011 Charter Renewal Date: June 30, 2017

    STUDENT COMPOSITION AS OF OCT.1, 2014 Total Enrollment 802 Audubon OPSB Avg. Students Eligible for Free or Reduced Lunch1 44.1% 67.9% Students With Identified Disabilities 6.9% 7.1% Gifted/Talented 24.1% 16.0% English Language Learners 4.7% 4.9%

    Gender Male 50.7% 48.1% Female 49.3% 51.9%

    Race/Ethnicity2 Black 46.4% 71.9% White 43.0% 20.6% Asian & Other 4.1% 7.5% Hispanic, of any race 10.6% 5.7%

    2013-14 Program Highlights Added a Chinese Mandarin program, including a teacher funded through the

    Teachers Critical Learning Project (TCLP) French program accredited through the 8th grade by the French Ministry of

    Education Academic Games team won a national championship Received grant funding from the Keller Family Foundation, The Pro Bono

    Publico Foundation, Cox Communications/New Orleans City Council, the Active School Acceleration Project, and Whole Kids Foundation

    Won a national Kaboom! /Claritin contest and awarded two Imagination Playgrounds for Gentilly campus.

    Performance Framework Evaluation

    Section Rating

    Academic Exceeds Standards

    Financial Meets Standards

    Organizational Meets Standards

    *NOTE Exceeds Standards only available for Academic Framework

    A (118.4)

    1 Oct. 1, 2014 FRL data unavailable due to districts participation in CEP 2 Federal classifications used; totals may not equal 100%

  • 6

    6 Audubon Charter School www.auduboncharter.com

    Spring 2014 LEAP + iLEAP Results by Subject

    U: Unsatisfactory; AB: Approaching Basic

    Advanced17%

    Mastery35%

    Basic44%

    AB2%

    U2%

    EnglishLanguageArts

    Advanced22%

    Mastery24%

    Basic 43%

    AB 7%

    U 4%

    Math

    Advanced10%

    Mastery26%

    Basic50% AB

    12%

    U2%

    Science

    Advanced16%

    Mastery29%

    Basic49%

    AB5%

    U1%

    SocialStudies

    A (118.4)

    4SchoolPerformanceScoresforyearspriorto2012arenotreportedduetostatetransitiontonew150pointscale

    106.4

    118.4

    83.4 83.488.5 89.2

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    70

    90

    110

    130

    150

    201213 201314

    SPS

    SchoolPerformanceScores4

    AudubonSPSNewOrleansLouisiana

    668 717775 731

    789 808 817 802

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    73

    10385 88

    77 75

    95

    71 7259

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    7 Bricolage Academy Bricolage Academy advances educational equity by preparing students from diverse backgrounds to be innovators who change the world. http://www.bricolagenola.org/

    Governing Board: Bricolage Academy Charter Board Chair: Mr. Alan Philipson CEO/School Leader: Mr. Josh Densen Grades Served: K-1 (expanding to K-8) Current Location: 4238 St. Charles Ave., 70115 (Uptown) Planned Future Location: 3368 Esplanade Ave., 70119 (Mid-City) Initial Charter Approval: November 20, 2012 Current Charter Operating Agreement: July 1, 2013 Charter Renewal Date: June 30, 2018

    STUDENT COMPOSITION, AS OF OCT. 1, 2014 Total Enrollment 150 Bricolage OPSB Avg. Students Eligible for Free or Reduced Lunch1 41.3% 49.0% Students with Identified Disabilities 6.7% 7.1% Gifted/Talented 0.0% 16.0% English Language Learners

  • 8

    8 Bricolage Academy http://www.bricolagenola.org/

    Spring 2014 LEAP + iLEAP Results by Subject

    U: Unsatisfactory; AB: Approaching Basic

    83.4 83.488.5 89.2

    50

    70

    90

    110

    130

    150

    201213 201314

    SPS

    SchoolPerformanceScores

    Bricolage

    NewOrleansLouisiana

    75

    150

    020406080100120140160

    201314 201415

    Stud

    ents

    TotalEnrollment

    78

    72

    68

    70

    72

    74

    76

    78

    80

    K 1st

    Stud

    ents

    Grade

    201314EnrollmentByGrade

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    9 Einstein Charter School The mission of Einstein Charter School is to promote academic excellence in teaching and learning through the integration of mathematics and science in interdisciplinary curricula and to promote the ideals and habits of lifelong learning among all stakeholders. Governing Board: The Einstein Group Charter Board Chair: Ms. Laurin Jacobsen CEO/School Leader: Ms. Shawn Toranto Grades Served: PK-8 Location(s): 5100 Cannes St., 70129 (NO East) 5316 Michaud Blvd., 70129 (NO East) Initial Charter Approval: March 21, 2005 Current Charter Operating Agreement: July 1, 2011 Charter Renewal Date: June 30, 2017

    STUDENT COMPOSITION, AS OF OCT. 1, 2014 Total Enrollment 996 Einstein OPSB Avg. Students Eligible for Free or Reduced Lunch1 91.4% 67.9% Students With Identified Disabilities 7.9% 7.1% Gifted/Talented 6.9% 16.0% English Language Learners 34.5% 4.9%

    Gender Male 50.8% 48.1% Female 49.2% 51.9%

    Race/Ethnicity2 Black 55.7% 71.9% White 21.2% 20.6% Asian/Other 23.1% 5.7% Hispanic, of any race 22.4% 7.5%

    2013-14 Program Highlights Received $1 million grant to facilitate school turnaround Recognized by the LDOE as a Top Gains School for two

    consecutive years 100% pass rate in Algebra 1 End-of-Course exam

    Performance Framework Evaluation

    Section Rating

    Academic Meets Standards

    Financial Meets Standards

    Organizational Meets Standards

    *NOTE: Exceeds Standards only available for Academic Framework

    1 Oct. 1, 2014 FRL data unavailable due to districts participation in CEP 2 Federal classifications used; totals may not equal 100%

    B (91.9)

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    10 Einstein Charter School www.einsteincharter.org

    Spring 2014 LEAP + iLEAP Results by Subject

    U: Unsatisfactory; AB: Approaching Basic

    Advanced6%

    Mastery19%

    Basic46%

    AB 16%

    U 13%

    EnglishLanguageArts

    Advanced11%

    Mastery16%

    Basic49%

    AB 14%

    U 10%

    Math

    Advanced3%

    Mastery9%

    Basic52%

    AB 25%

    U 11%

    SocialStudies

    Advance3%

    Mastery10%

    Basic51%

    AB 27%

    U 9%

    Science

    B (91.9)

    497 518 471 476 482 475

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    4SchoolPerformanceScoresforyearspriorto2012arenotreportedduetostatetransitiontonew150pointscale5Schoolexperiencedachangetothestudentbodycompositionofmorethan40%,duetofulltakeover

    95.4 91.9

    83.4 83.488.5 89.2

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    201213 201314

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    SchoolPerformanceScores4,5

    Einstein

    NewOrleansLouisiana

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    11 ENCORE Academy Our mission is to provide a rigorous and differentiated academic program strengthened by a broad musical arts curriculum, enabling students to become college and career ready critical thinkers, lifelong learners, and positive contributors to society. Governing Board: Encore Academy Charter Board Chair: Ms. Linda Launey CEO/School Leader: Ms. Terri Smith Grades Served: PK-8 Current Location: 4217 Orleans Avenue, 70119 (Mid-City) Planned Final Location: 2518 Arts Street 70117 (St. Roch) Initial Charter Approval: January 2012 Current Charter Operating Agreement: July 1, 2012 Charter Renewal Date: June 30, 2017

    STUDENT COMPOSITION, AS OF OCT. 1, 2014 Total Enrollment 430 ENCORE OPSB Avg. Students Eligible for Free or Reduced Lunch1 89.0% 67.9% Students With Identified Disabilities 5.8% 7.1% Gifted/Talented 5.6% 16.0% English Language Learners 12.1% 4.9%

    Gender Male 46.7% 48.1% Female 53.3% 51.9%

    Race/Ethnicity2 Black 76.3% 71.9% White 19.8% 20.6% Asian/Other 4.0% 7.5% Hispanic, of any race 11.6% 5.7%

    2013-14 Program Highlights Second New Orleans open-admission school to achieve a letter grade of C in

    its second year of operation Performing arts school that expanded its art focus to include visual arts

    through a partnership with KidSmart at the request of families and students 97% of parents are very likely or likely to recommend Encore to family, friends,

    or colleagues 98% of parents report that their child enjoys attending Encore, and 98% feel

    Encore is meeting their academic needs

    Performance Framework Evaluation

    Section Rating

    Academic Meets Standards

    Financial Meets Standards

    Organizational Meets Standards

    *NOTE: Exceeds Standards only available for Academic Framework

    1 Oct. 1, 2014 FRL data unavailable due to districts participation in CEP 2 Federal classifications used; totals may not equal 100%

    C (73.0)

  • 12

    12 ENCORE Academy http://encoreacademy.org/

    Spring 2014 LEAP + iLEAP, Results by Subject

    U: Unsatisfactory; AB: Approaching Basic

    Advanced2%

    Mastery15%

    Basic43%

    AB 22%

    U 18%

    EnglishLanguageArts

    Advanced3%

    Mastery14%

    Basic46%

    AB 20%

    U 17%

    Math

    Advanced2%

    Mastery13%

    Basic37%

    AB 30%

    U 18%

    Science

    Advanced3%

    Mastery15%

    Basic55% AB 16%

    U 11%

    SocialStudies

    C (73.0)

    190

    321

    430

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    ents

    TotalEnrollment

    38

    55

    80 80

    46 51

    27 25 26

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    ents

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    201415EnrollmentByGrade

    5 SchoolPerformanceScoresforyearspriorto2012arenotreportedduetostatetransitiontonew150pointscale

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    13 Alice M. Harte Elementary School The mission of Alice Harte is to inspire an educational movement to develop the next generation of scholars and leaders.

    Governing Board: InspireNOLA Charter Schools Charter Board Chair: Mr. Wayne Crochet CEO/School Leader: Mr. Jamar McKneely, CEO Ms. Jessica Lewis, Principal (PK-3) Mr. Robert Hill, Principal (4-8) Grades Served: PK-8 Location: 5300 Berkley Drive, 70131 (Algiers) Initial Charter Approval: November 20, 2012 (as Type 3) Current Charter Operating Agreement: July 1, 2013 Charter Renewal Date: June 30, 2018

    STUDENT COMPOSITION, AS OF OCT. 1, 2014 Total Enrollment 750 Harte OPSB Avg. Students Eligible for Free or Reduced Lunch1 80.5% 67.9% Students With Identified Disabilities 8.1% 7.1% Gifted/Talented 10.0% 16.0% English Language Learners 4.9% 4.9%

    Gender Male 50.3% 48.1% Female 49.7% 51.9%

    Race/Ethnicity2 Black 87.6% 71.9% White 8.7% 20.6% Asian/Other 3.7% 7.5% Hispanic, of any race 6.4% 5.7%

    2013-14 Program Highlights 2014 Top Gains School Relocated to newly constructed school building OPEN Achievement Awards: Teacher Quality Award Hosted InspireNOLAs Excellence Rally with former Saints

    cornerback, Jabari Greer

    Performance Framework Evaluation

    Section Rating

    Academic Exceeds Standards

    Financial Meets Standards

    Organizational Meets Standards

    *NOTE: Exceeds Standards only available for Academic Framework

    1 Oct. 1, 2014 FRL data unavailable due to districts participation in CEP 2 Federal classifications used; totals may not equal 100%

    A (106.6)

  • 14

    14 Alice M. Harte Elementary School www.alicemhartecharter.org

    Spring 2014 LEAP + iLEAP Results by Subject

    U: Unsatisfactory; AB: Approaching Basic

    Advanced6%

    Mastery26%

    Basic50%

    AB 15%

    U 3%

    EnglishLanguageArts

    Advanced14%

    Mastery24%

    Basic53%

    AB 6%

    U 3%

    Math

    Advanced4%

    Mastery30%

    Basic50%

    AB 14%

    U 2%

    Science

    Advanced6%

    Mastery22%

    Basic57%

    AB 13%

    U 2%

    SocialStudies

    A (106.6)

    634 626 615 643 648681 699

    750

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    ents

    TotalEnrollment

    40

    78 78 77 81 80 79 81 78 78

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    4 SchoolPerformanceScoresforyearspriorto2012arenotreportedduetostatetransitiontonew150pointscale

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    15 Edward Hynes Charter School Hynes- quality education shaping leaders for a changing world.

    Governing Board: Hynes Charter School Charter Board Chair: Mr. Alvin C. Miester III CEO/School Leader: Ms. Michelle Douglas Grades Served: PK-8 Current Location: 990 Harrison Avenue, 70124 (Lakeview) Initial Charter Approval: January 1, 2006 Current Charter Operating Agreement: July 1, 2011 Charter Renewal Date: June 30, 2017

    STUDENT COMPOSITION, AS OF OCT. 1, 2014 Total Enrollment 684 Hynes OPSB Avg. Students Eligible for Free or Reduced Lunch1 46.1% 67.9% Students With Identified Disabilities 9.4% 7.1% Gifted/Talented 27.2% 16.0% English Language Learners

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    16 Edward Hynes Charter School www.hynesschool.com

    Spring 2014 LEAP + iLEAP Results by Subject

    U: Unsatisfactory; AB: Approaching Basic

    Advanced12%

    Mastery36%

    Basic 40%

    AB 10%

    U 2%

    EnglishLanguageArts

    Advanced18%

    Mastery25%

    Basic 46%

    AB 7%

    U 4%

    Math

    Advanced7%

    Mastery26%

    Basic 51%

    AB 13%

    U 3%

    Science

    Advanced14%

    Mastery27%

    Basic 50%

    AB 8%

    U 1%

    SocialStudies

    A (108.6)

    411464 500

    532583

    636 668684

    0100200300400500600700800

    20078 20089 200910 201011 201112 201213 201314 201415

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    ents

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    5 SchoolPerformanceScoresforyearspriorto2012arenotreportedduetostatetransitiontonew150pointscale

    16

    7481 75 77 72 67 71

    78 73

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    201415EnrollmentByGrade

    107 108.6

    83.4 83.488.5 89.2

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    SchoolPerformanceScores5

    Hynes

    NewOrleansLouisiana

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    17 Lake Forest Elementary Charter School Lake Forests mission is to provide a nurturing environment, which facilitates maximum student achievement through a rigorous, accelerated academic program incorporating visual, cultural, and creative arts, which will ultimately enhance each students ability to become a global, contributing citizen.

    Governing Board: The Council for Quality Education Charter Board Chair: Mr. G. Lee Caston CEO/School Leader: Ms. Mardele Early Grades Served: K-8 Location: 12000 Hayne Boulevard, 70128 (N. O. East) Planed Final Location: 11110 Lake Forest Boulevard, 70128 (N.O. East) Initial Charter Approval: February 1, 2006 Current Charter Operating Agreement: July 1, 2011 Charter Renewal Date: June 30, 2021

    STUDENT COMPOSITION, AS OF OCT. 1, 2014 Total Enrollment 546 Lake Forest OPSB Avg. Students Eligible for Free or Reduced Lunch1 79.0% 67.9% Students With Identified Disabilities 7.7% 7.1% Gifted/Talented 23.4% 16.0% English Language Learners 5.0% 4.9%

    Gender Male 51.3% 48.1% Female 48.7% 51.9%

    Race/Ethnicity2 Black 90.8% 71.9% White

  • 18

    18 Lake Forest Elementary Charter www.lakeforestcharter.org

    Spring 2014 LEAP + iLEAP Results by Subject

    U: Unsatisfactory; AB: Approaching Basic

    Advanced24%

    Mastery50%

    Basic24%

    AB 2%

    EnglishLanguageArts

    Advanced32%

    Mastery31% Basic

    36%

    AB 1%

    Math

    Advanced22%

    Mastery51% Basic

    25%

    AB 2%

    Science

    Advanced34%

    Mastery42%

    Basic24%

    AB 0%

    SocialStudies

    A (124.6)

    412 439463 466 478

    500 521546

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    15

    55 58 5968

    6257 57 55

    60

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    ents

    Grade

    201415EnrollmentByGrade

    5SchoolPerformanceScoresforyearspriorto2012arenotreportedduetostatetransitiontonew150pointscale

    125.3 124.6

    83.4 83.488.5 89.2

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    SchoolPerformanceScores5

    LakeForestNewOrleansLouisiana

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    19 Robert Russa Moton Charter School Wisdom, knowledge and understanding are the keys to success.

    Governing Board: Advocates for Innovative Schools, Inc. Charter Board Chair: Mr. Victor Gordon CEO/School Leader: Ms. Paulette Bruno Grades Served: PK-7 Location: 3774 Gentilly Blvd., 70122 (Gentilly) Planned Final Location: 8500 Curran Blvd., 70127 (N.O. East) Initial Charter Approval: June 1, 2006 Current Charter Operating Agreement: July 1, 2011 Charter Renewal Date: June 30, 2017

    STUDENT COMPOSITION, AS OF OCT. 1, 2014 Total Enrollment 398 Moton OPSB Avg. Students Eligible for Free or Reduced Lunch1 98.6% 67.9% Students With Identified Disabilities 3.0% 7.1% Gifted/Talented 0.0% 16.0% English Language Learners

  • 20

    20 Robert Russa Moton Charter School www.motoncharter.org

    Spring 2014 LEAP + iLEAP Results by Subject

    U: Unsatisfactory; AB: Approaching Basic

    Advanced4%

    Mastery21%

    Basic53%

    AB 18%

    U 4%

    EnglishLanguageArts

    Advanced13%

    Mastery21%

    Basic48%

    AB 12%

    U 6%

    Math

    Advanced4%

    Mastery8%

    Basic56%

    AB26%

    U 6%

    Science

    Mastery10%

    Basic57%

    AB26%

    U 7%

    SocialStudies

    266 240280 300

    323 346365

    398

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    5SchoolPerformanceScoresforyearspriorto2012arenotreportedduetostatetransitiontonew150pointscale

    5868

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    47

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    B (86.7)

    61.9

    86.783.4 83.488.5 89.2

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    201213 201314

    SPS

    SchoolPerformanceScores5

    Moton

    NewOrleansLouisiana

  • 21

    21 Homer A. Plessy Community School The mission of Homer A. Plessy Community School is to develop students who think critically and act responsibly as citizens. http://www.plessyschool.org/ Governing Board: Citizens Committee for Education Charter Board Chair: Mr. Ben McLeish CEO/School Leader: Ms. Joan Reilly Grades Served: PK-3 Current Location: 2021 Pauger Street, 70116 (Bywater) Planned Final Location: 1339 Clouet Street, 70117 (Bywater) Initial Charter Approval: March 1, 2012 Current Charter Operating Agreement: July 1, 2013 Charter Renewal Date: June 30, 2018

    STUDENT COMPOSITION, AS OF OCT. 1, 2014 Total Enrollment 182 Plessy OPSB Avg. Students Eligible for Free or Reduced Priced Lunch1 59.5% 67.9% Students with Identified Disabilities

  • 22

    22 Homer A. Plessy Community School http://www.plessyschool.org/

    Spring 2014 LEAP + iLEAP Results by Subject

    U: Unsatisfactory; AB: Approaching Basic

    83.4 83.488.5 89.2

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    110

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    SPS

    SchoolPerformanceScores

    Plessy

    NewOrleansLouisiana

    121

    182

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    39 4149

    33

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    23

    Lusher Charter School The mission of Lusher Charter School is to provide a developmentally appropriate learning environment in which high academics, comprehensive arts education, and the celebration of individuality and diversity enable each child to achieve as a learner, a person, and a valuable member of our society.

    Governing Board: Advocates for Arts Based Education Charter Board Chair: Mr. Blaine LeCesne CEO/School Leader: Ms. Kathy Riedlinger Grades Served: K-12 Location(s): K-5: 7315 Willow St., 70118 (Uptown) 6-12: 5624 Freret St., 70115 (Uptown) Initial Charter Approval: January 1, 2006 Current Charter Operating Agreement: July 1, 2011 Charter Renewal Date: June 30, 2021

    STUDENT COMPOSITION, AS OF OCT. 1, 2014 Total Enrollment 1691 Lusher OPSB Avg. Students Eligible for Free or Reduced Lunch1 18.5% 67.9% Students With Identified Disabilities 3.9% 7.1% Gifted/Talented 31.5% 16.0% English Language Learners

  • 24

    24 Lusher Charter School www.lusherschool.org

    A (131.5)

    Spring 2014 LEAP + iLEAP, Results by Subject

    U: Unsatisfactory; AB: Approaching Basic

    Advanced 41%

    Mastery 44%

    Basic15%

    AB 0%

    EnglishLanguageArts

    Advanced 55%

    Mastery 27%

    Basic18%

    AB 0%

    Math

    Advanced31%

    Mastery

    49%Basic19%

    AB1%

    Science

    Advanced36%

    Mastery

    44%

    Basic20%

    AB0%

    SocialStudies

    Spring 2014 High School Test Data

    Diploma+passcollegecreditexam54%

    Diploma+passcollegecreditcourse34%

    Diploma8%

    Nongrads4%

    CohortGraduationIndex

    016,1%

    1719,3%

    2022,22%

    2326,31%

    27+,43%

    12thGradeACTScores

    5SchoolPerformanceScoresforyearspriorto2012arenotreportedduetostatetransitiontonew150pointscale6 EOCresultsareweightedaveragescombiningAlgebraI&GeometryforMath,andEnglishII&EnglishIIIforELA.

    1432 14691520

    16361709 1697 1711 1691

    1200130014001500160017001800

    20078 20089 200910 201011 201112 201213 201314 201415

    Stud

    ents

    TotalEnrollment

    132.6 131.5

    83.4 83.488.5 89.2

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    70

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    110

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    150

    201213 201314

    SPS

    SchoolPerformanceScores5Lusher

    NewOrleans

    Louisiana

    100 102 103

    152 147

    107

    150 150175

    127 126 132 120

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  • 25

    25 Benjamin Franklin High School The mission of Benjamin Franklin High School is to prepare students of high academic achievement to be successful in life.

    Governing Board: Advocates for Academic Excellence in Education Charter Board Chair: Mr. Duris L. Holmes CEO/School Leader: Dr. Timothy Rusnak Grades Served: 9-12 Location: 2001 Leon C. Simon Dr., 70122 (Gentilly) Initial Charter Approval: January 1, 2006 Current Charter Operating Agreement: July 1, 2011 Charter Renewal Date: June 30, 2021

    STUDENT COMPOSITION, AS OF OCT. 1, 2014 Total Enrollment 894 BFHS OPSB Avg. Students Eligible for Free or Reduced Lunch1 27.7% 67.9% Students With Identified Disabilities

  • 26

    26 Benjamin Franklin High School www.edline.net/pages/bfhsla

    138.5 140.1

    83.4 83.488.5 89.2

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    70

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    110

    130

    150

    201213 201314

    SPS

    SchoolPerformanceScores5

    BFHS

    NewOrleansLouisiana

    Spring 2014 Testing

    Diploma+pass

    collegecreditexam76%

    Diploma+pass

    collegecreditcourse12%

    Diploma11%

    Nongrads1%

    CohortGraduationIndex

    016 0%17190% 2022

    1%

    232629%

    27+70%

    12thGradeACTScores

    A (140.1)

    5SchoolPerformanceScoresforyearspriorto2012arenotreportedduetostatetransitiontonew150pointscale6AllEOCresultsareweightedaveragescombiningAlgebraI&GeometryforMath,andEnglishII&EnglishIIIforELA.

    548 563609 657

    730794

    878

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    276220 199 183

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    27 Warren Easton Charter High School The mission of Warren Easton Charter High School is to provide rigorous and relevant instruction for students at all academic levels to ensure each has the opportunity to achieve maximum potential

    Governing Board: Warren Easton Senior High School Foundation Charter Board Chair: Mr. David J. Garland CEO/School Leader: Ms. Alexina Medley Grades Served: 9-12 Location: 3019 Canal St., 70119 (Mid-City) Initial Charter Approval: March 21, 2006 Current Charter Operating Agreement: July 1, 2011 Charter Renewal Date: June 30, 2017

    STUDENT COMPOSITION, AS OF OCT. 1, 2014 Total Enrollment 990 Easton OPSB Avg. Students Eligible for Free or Reduced Lunch1 83.6% 67.9% Students With Identified Disabilities 4.2% 7.1% Gifted/Talented 8.2% 16.0% English Language Learners

  • 28

    28 Warren Easton Charter High School www.warreneastoncharterhigh.org

    95.3 96.2

    83.4 83.488.5 89.2

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    110

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    150

    201213 201314

    SPS

    SchoolPerformanceScores5

    Easton

    NewOrleansLouisiana

    Spring 2014 Testing

    Diploma+pass

    collegecreditcourse54%

    Diploma41%

    Nongrads5%

    GraduationIndex

    01630%

    171940%

    202222%

    23268%

    12thGradeACTScores

    Excellent19%

    Good48%

    Fair26%

    NI7%

    EOCMathResults6

    Excellent13%

    Good66%

    Fair19%

    NI2%

    EOCEnglishResults6

    B (96.2)

    5SchoolPerformanceScoresforyearspriorto2012arenotreportedduetostatetransitiontonew150pointscale6AllEOCresultsareweightedaveragescombiningAlgebraI&GeometryforMath,andEnglishII&EnglishIIIforELA.

  • 29

    29 Edna Karr High School The mission of the Edna Karr family is to teach all students to be independent life-long learners and achievers through the support of all stakeholders in a college preparatory environment

    Governing Board: InspireNOLA Charter Schools Charter Board Chair: Mr. Wayne Crochet CEO/School Leader: Mr. Jamar Mckneely, CEO Mr. Harold Clay, Principal Grades Served: 9-12 Location: 3332 Huntlee Dr., 70131 (Algiers) Initial Charter Approval: November 30, 2012 Current Charter Operating Agreement: July 1, 2013 Charter Renewal Date: June 30, 2018

    STUDENT COMPOSITION, AS OF OCT. 1, 2014 Total Enrollment 1080 Karr OPSB Avg. Students Eligible for Free or Reduced Lunch1 83.4% 67.9% Students With Identified Disabilities 7.1% 7.1% Gifted/Talented 8.8% 16.0% English Language Learners

  • 30

    30 Edna Karr High School www.ednakarr.org

    93.8 96.7

    83.4 83.488.5 89.2

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    SPS

    SchoolPerformanceScores5

    Karr

    NewOrleansLouisiana

    Spring 2014 Testing

    Diploma+passcollegecreditcourse32%

    Diploma68%

    CohortGraduationIndex

    Excellent19%

    Good43%

    Fair29%

    NI9%

    EOCMathResults6NI:NeedsImprovement

    Excellent10%

    Good57%

    Fair29%

    NI4%

    EOCEnglishResults6NI:NeedsImprovement

    B (96.7)

    5SchoolPerformanceScoresforyearspriorto2012arenotreportedduetostatetransitiontonew150pointscale6AllEOCresultsareweightedaveragescombiningAlgebraI&GeometryforMath,andEnglishII&EnglishIIIforELA.

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    31 New Orleans Charter Science & Math High School Sci High prepares all interested students for college admission and career success. The rigorous curriculum, rooted in a culture of learning, support and respect, offers particular opportunities in life sciences, technology, engineering and mathematics.

    Governing Board: Advocates for Science & Mathematics Education Charter Board Chair: Ms. Mary Zervigon CEO/School Leader: Ms. Chana Benenson, Co-Principal, Student Development Ms. Claire Jecklin, Co-Principal, Academics Grades Served: 9-12 Location: 5625 Loyola Street, 70115 (Uptown) Initial Charter Approval: January 1, 2006 Current Charter Operating Agreement: July 1, 2011 Charter Renewal Date: June 30, 2017

    STUDENT COMPOSITION, AS OF OCT. 1, 2014 Total Enrollment 415 Sci. High OPSB Avg. Students Eligible for Free or Reduced Lunch1 82.6% 67.9% Students With Identified Disabilities 7.5% 7.1% Gifted/Talented

  • 32

    32 New Orleans Charter Science & Math High School www.noscihigh.org

    83.4 83.4

    88.5 89.284.994.3

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    SchoolPerformanceScores5

    NewOrleansLouisiana

    SciHigh

    Spring 2014 Testing

    Diploma+passcollegecreditexam15%

    Diploma+passcollegecreditcourse46%

    Diploma22%

    Nongrads17%

    CohortGraduationIndex

    01635%

    171929%

    202221%

    232612%

    27+ 4%

    12thGradeACTScores

    Excellent14%

    Good34%Fair

    33%

    NI19%

    EOCMathResults6NI:NeedsImprovement

    Excellent10%

    Good60%

    Fair23%

    NI7%

    EOCEnglishResults6NI:NeedsImprovement

    B (94.3)

    5SchoolPerformanceScoresforyearspriorto2012arenotreportedduetostatetransitiontonew150pointscale6AllEOCresultsareweightedaveragescombiningAlgebraI&GeometryforMath,andEnglishII&EnglishIIIforELA.

  • Appendix: 2013-14 OPSB Charter School Annual Review Results

    E= Exceeds Standards (APF only); M= Meets Standards; D= Does Not Meet Standards; F= Falls Far Below Standards; NR: No Rating N/A: Not Applicable DNP: Does Not Participate Critical Indicators are denoted with an asterisk (*)

    For additional information regarding the OPSB Charter School Performance Framework, please visit http://opsb.us/charter-schools/charter-school-performance-framework/

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    Financial M M M M M M F M M M M M M M 1a. Current Ratio M M M M M M D M M M M M M M 1b. Unrestricted Days Cash* M M M M M M F M M M M M M M 1c. Enrollment Variance M M M M M M M M M M M M M M 1d. Default* M M M M M M M M M M M M M M 2a. Total Margin M M M M M M D M M M M M M M 2b. Debt to Asset Ratio M M M M M M D M M M M M M M 2c. Cash Flow M M M M M M M M M M M M M M 2d. Debt Service Coverage Ratio M M M M M M M M M M M M M M 2e. Unrestricted Net Asset % M M M M M M F M M M M M M M

    Organizational M M M M M M M M M M M M D M 1a. Charter Terms* M M M M M M M M M M M M M M 1b. Compliance with Ed. Requirements* M M M M M M M M M M M M M M 1c. Students with Disabilities Rights* M M M M M M M M M M M M M M 1d. English Language Learner Rights* M M M M M M M M M M M M M M 2a. Financial Reporting & Compliance Requirements*

    D D M D M M M M M M M M M M

    2b. G.A.A.P. M M M M M M M M M M M M M M 3a. Governance Requirements M M M M M M M M M M M M M M 3b. Accountability of Management M M M M M M M M M M M M D M 3c. Reporting Requirements M M M M M M M M M M M M M M 4a. Rights of Students* M M M M M M M M M M M M M M 4b. Attendance M M M M M M M M M M M M M M 4c. Student Population Stability M M M M M M M M M M M M D D 4d. Information from Parents & Guardians M M M M M M M M M M M M M M 4e. Teacher & Staff Credentials M M M M M M M M M M M M M M 4f. Employee Rights M M M M M M M M M M M M M M 4g. Background Checks M M M M M M M M M M M M M M 5a. Facilities & Transportation M M M M M M M M M M M M D M 5b. Health & Safety* M M M M M M M M M M M M M M 5c. Information Handling M M M M M M M M M M M M M M 6a. OneApp Compliance DNP DNP M DNP DNP M M DNP M M DNP DNP DNP DNP 6a. Other Obligations N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

  • ORLEANS PARISH SCHOOL BOARD:

    SETH BLOOM, PRESIDENT, DISTRICT 5

    CYNTHIA CADE, VICE-PRESIDENT, DISTRICT 2

    SARAH NEWELL USDIN, DISTRICT 3

    LESLIE ELLISON, DISTRICT 4

    WOODY KOPPEL, DISTRICT 6

    NOLAN MARSHALL, JR., DISTRICT 7

    KATHLEENPADIAN,DEPUTYSUPERINTENDENTFORCHARTERSCHOOLSCOLLESTONMORGANJR.,DIRECTOROFCHARTERPERFORMANCE&ACCOUNTABILITYSEANPERKINS,ASSISTANTDIRECTOROFCHARTERPERFORMANCE&ACCOUNTABILITYARTHURNEVINSIII,CHARTERSCHOOLOFFICECOORDINATOR

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