NCLB Archive

NCLB 2012-13   

    The federal No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 (NCLB) requires states and school districts to provide an Annual Report Card to parents and the community. These report cards contain assessment and accountability data in the areas of reading, mathematics, and science. Progress is measured at both the whole school level and for specific sub-groups. Information is also provided on Highly Qualified Teachers (HQT) and the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP). These documents provide a snapshot of our current status at both the school and district level toward achieving standards and meeting the goals of NCLB.
    The final component of the NCLB Annual Report Card is Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP). NCLB requires schools to meet higher targets or benchmarks each year in order to attain AYP. In addition, these targets must be met by the whole school population and by each sub-group. If one of these groups do not meet the target, the entire school does not make AYP. According to federal requirements, it should be noted that the number of Maine schools across the state making adequate yearly progress has been decreasing. By the 2013-14 NCLB testing year, 100% of students as a whole group and in all sub-groups must be proficient in both reading and mathematics for a school to be designated as making adequate yearly progress.
    The data for the Wells-Ogunquit Community School District and for each school can be accessed in the following ways:
  • the district website
  • the Maine Department of Education website         
  • upon request from the Superintendent's Office by calling 646-8331                                             
The following AYP targets were used for the 2011-12 school year data:
                Reading:  Gr. 3 - 8    75%          Gr. 11    78%           
                Math:       Gr. 3 - 8    70%          Gr. 11    66%

ADEQUATE YEARLY PROGRESS  2012 -13 (based on 2011-12 school data)
 Wells Elementary School

 3-4 All Targets Met - SH All Targets Not Met - S Making AYPMonitor Monitor
Wells Junior High School 5-8 All Targets Met - SH All Targets Met - SHMaking AYP CIPS1 - on hold CIPS1 - on hold
 Wells High School 11   All Targets             Not Met - 
W, C, E, S
 All Targets Not Met - 
E, S

Reporting Codes:
S  -  Students with disabilities            E - Economically Disadvantaged
W - Whole Group                               C - Caucasian
SH - Safe Harbor (school did not meet annual targets; it did meet improvement requirements and Average Daily Attendance)
CIPS1 - Continuous Improvement Priority School (first year)    CIPS3 - Continuous Improvement Priority School (third year)

State of Maine Report Card

School by School Breakdown

Wells Elementary School

Wells Junior High School

Wells High School
NECAP Assessment Data

Fall 2012 Results