Toppenish School District Annual Report Card
Welcome to the Toppenish School District Annual Report Card for the 2016-17 school year. This report card reflects the ongoing efforts to improve the academic achievement of all of our students. Our district mission, “We do what’s best for kids”, reflects our efforts to consistently provide educational opportunities that meet the needs of our students and community. Our district vision, “We will produce superior graduates who are college and career ready, prepared to excel at the college level, who make wise choices, think critically, communicate effectively, and solve problems. We do this by creating safe, innovative, and stimulating learning environments and by developing interactive partnerships among parents, students, colleagues, and the community”, further explains our commitment to providing a wide range of programs that prepare students to be successful beyond high school graduation.
Toppenish School District serves over 4,000 students in our preschool, four elementary schools, middle school, and our traditional high school, and our non-traditional online secondary programs. Our variety of educational settings provides students with not only the traditional brick and mortar school building setting, but also online and off site alternatives to meet the individual needs of students and families.
Below you will find links to data and statistics regarding the performance of Toppenish School District. Included in the links is the District Improvement Plan. This plan was created by members of the Toppenish School District and summarizes the major initiatives the district is involved in our preschool through twelfth grade programs. Is also reflects the Danielson Instructional Framework that is used to evaluate and improve teaching in our district.
Please use the links below to learn more about our schools. If you are seeking information you cannot find, please let us know by calling 509.865.8146. We would be happy to assist.
Toppenish School District invites you to join us in the work of educating the next generation. As well as advisory groups at each of our buildings, we have opportunities for involvement at the district level. To be a part of our school community, contact any of our school buildings or Teri Martin, Federal Programs Director, at 509.865.8283, or Jeanette Ozuna, Assistant Superintendent, at 509.865.8285 for more information.
This report offers the following information:
- Letter to Households: Annual Report Card Letter to Parents | Spanish
- Annual Operating Budget
- District Improvement Plan
- District Goals / District Mission and Vision Statement
- Student Demographics and Enrollment
- State Assessment Results
Periodically, our 4th and 8th grader students participate in the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP)which is a program of the U.S. Department of Education. Commonly called The Nation's Report Card, NAEP is the only test in the United States that allows comparisons of the performance of students in Washington with performance of students nationally. Assessments are conducted in mathematics, reading, science, writing, the arts, civics, economics, geography, and U.S. history. Learn more about NAEP at http://www.k12.wa.us/assessment/NAEP/default.aspx.
The links above meet the notification required by the federal government’s No Child Left Behind and the state’s Omnibus Reform Act of 1993 as detailed in RCW 28A.320.205.