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Rising Star schools are identified by the Nevada Department of Education and meet the following criteria:
  • Based upon the most recent annual report of the statewide system of accountability for public schools, the public school is an elementary school or middle school that was rated in the lowest 5 percent of elementary or middle schools in the State in pupil achievement and school performance for the most recent school year.
  • Or, the public school is a high school that had a graduation rate for the immediately preceding school year of less than 60 percent.
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Shining Star Schools
Shining Star Schools have significantly outperformed the State average in serving ALL kids, with an emphasis on closing the opportunity gap. A shining star school is a high-performing school serving a high percentage of students who quality for Free or Reduced Lunch (FRL) (at least 75% of students eligible for Free or Reduced Lunch, 50% for high schools) (source: NV Department of Education).

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College Readiness
The number of 11th grade students who are ready to go to college without having to take remedial classes that do not count towards college credit. An ACT score of 22 is a baseline for college readiness without a student needing to repeat high school work once they get to college.

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Lewis E Rowe ES
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Academic Achievement | Growth | English Language Proficiency | Opportunity Gaps | Student Engagement
(702) 799-5540
4338 S. Bruce St.
Las Vegas, NV 89119
http://schools.ccsd.net/rowe
Performance
Click on the boxes below to see performance by category.

Academic Achievement
Growth
NEW!
English Language Proficiency
Opportunity
Gaps
NEW!
Student Engagement
+ School Climate
Bonus Points
14/25
This category of data tells us the number of kids in a school who are on grade level (also called proficient) or above grade level (also called advanced), regardless of their unique needs.

For Elementary and Middle Schools, this is the number of students in 3rd-8th grade who are on or above grade level on the Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium (SBAC).

This school has 47% of kids on or above grade level.
That means 5 out of 10 kids are on track to be ready for college or a career of their choice.

This school has 42% of kids on or above grade level in Math
This school is 51% of kids on or above grade level in English Language Arts

This category also considers how many students in 3rd grade are at or above grade level. 3rd grade is an important year for all kids as a way to measure their future success.

This school has 47% of 3rd grade students at or above grade level.

Equity: Math SBAC Composite Scores by sub-group
Equity in education means that personal or social circumstances such as gender, ethnic origin or family background, do not impact a student’s achievement. This data shows students on or above grade level across the school’s student population. Big differences may suggest that some student groups are not getting the support they need to succeed.
White
60
Hispanic
40.6
Black
-
Asian
-
Am In/AK Native
-
Pacific Islander
-
Two or More Races
-

= District Average


Equity: English Language Arts SBAC Composite Scores by sub-group
Equity in education means that personal or social circumstances such as gender, ethnic origin or family background, do not impact a student’s achievement. This data shows students on or above grade level across the school’s student population. Big differences may suggest that some student groups are not getting the support they need to succeed.
White
60%
Hispanic
49.3%
Black
-
Asian
-
Am In/AK Native
-
Pacific Islander
-
Two or More Races
-

= District Average
Note: These numbers represent the total population of [3rd-5th grade] students who completed the SBAC test. Sub-groups with less than 25 students are not represented here.
ON OR ABOVE GRADE LEVEL
47%

MATH
42%
ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS
51%
District Average
27/35
This category of data tells us how fast kids at the school are growing in terms of their academic achievement. This measure combines two things:
  1. How well the school is growing ALL of its students compared to last year (Median Growth Percentile, MGP).
  2. How many students are growing fast enough to be on grade level within three years (Adequate Growth Percentile, AGP).
Math Growth
  • This school’s Math MGP is 58. That means that if you compare an average student to 100 other students than s/he is growing faster than 58 of them.
  • This school’s Math AGP is 40. That means 4/10 kids are on track to be on grade level within 3 years.
English Language Arts Growth
  • This school’s English Language Arts MGP is 64. That means that if you compare an average student to 100 other students than s/he is growing faster than 64 of them.
  • This school’s English Language Arts AGP is 55. That means 6/10 kids are on track to be on grade level within 3 years.
MATH GROWTH MGP
58
MATH GROWTH AGP
40
ELA GROWTH MGP
64
ELA GROWTH AGP
55
9/10
This school has 6/10 kids who currently receive language services and are on track to no longer require progress monitoring for their English language skills within five years.
ENGLISH LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY
55
District Average
15/20
These measures address the growth of at-risk students who were not on grade level last year and if they have moved closer to grade level this year.

Adequate Growth Percentile, AGP
This measure is based on how many at-risk students are growing fast enough to be on grade level within three years.

33% of students who were not on grade level last year, met their growth target to be on track in three years in Math.

46% of students who were not on grade level last year, met their growth target to be on track in three years in English Language Arts.

Equity: Equity in education means that personal or social circumstances such as gender, ethnic origin or family background, do not impact a student’s achievement. This data shows students on or above grade level across the school’s student population. Big differences may suggest that some student groups are not getting the support they need to succeed.

Percent Proficient by Subgroup (COMING SOON!):
MATH
33
ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS
46
7/10
This measure tells us about both student attendance as a measure of student engagement and School climate which measures the product of relationships among students, families, teachers, staff, and administrators.

Chronic Absenteeism: 14%
Students missing more than 18 days during the school year.

Bonus Points: Climate Survey Participation: 94%
This survey is administered by the American Institutes for Research (AIR) on behalf of the Nevada Department of Education. The NV-SCSEL asks students questions about the environment and conditions for learning in their schools. Learn More.
ABSENTEEISM
14%
CLIMATE SURVEY
94%
School Details
SCHOOL TYPE
District School
GRADES SERVED
K-5
ENROLLMENT
660
EXTRA FUNDING
Zoom School
SPECIALTY
n/a

District Zoned School
A Clark County District Zoned School is a neighborhood public school. Students are zoned to public schools based on where they live. The student body represents the diversity of your local community. The Clark County School District is the fifth largest school district in the country.

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EXTRA FUNDING
Zoom Schools have unique needs that require additional resources to help students. Zoom Schools have the highest percentage of students who are limited English proficient and are the lowest performing academically. Additionally, the schools receiving these funds are in need of programs to boost academic achievement. Zoom Schools will be monitored closely to ensure efforts effectively provide students with valuable individualized assistance and instructional time (source: CCSD).
Student Population
% LEARNING ENGLISH (ELL)
41%
% FREE OR REDUCED LUNCH (FRL)
100%
% SPECIAL ED (IEP)
13%

English-language learners (ELL) are students who are unable to communicate fluently or learn effectively in English, who often come from non-English-speaking homes and backgrounds, and who typically require specialized or modified instruction in both the English language and in their academic courses.
Students from households that qualify by income to receive free or reduced-price lunch at their school. Economically disadvantaged students have historically been identified as those from low-income families, earning below 185 percent of the federal poverty line.
Students on an Individual Education Plan (IEP) are those students who are receiving special education services. For the purposes of the Nevada School Performance Framework, only students who were on an IEP at the time of testing factor into the IEP calculations.
White
13%
 
Hispanic
60%
 
Black
12%
 
Asian
6%
 
Am In/AK Native
-%
 
Pacific Islander
-%
 
Two or More Races
6%
 
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Lewis E Rowe ES
4338 S. Bruce St., Las Vegas, NV 89119
(702) 799-5540
http://schools.ccsd.net/rowe

Star Rating: ★ ★ ★ ★
 
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2-Star
3-Star
4-Star
5-Star
 
 
14/25
Academic Achievement
Learn more >
This category of data tells us the number of kids in a school who are on grade level (also called proficient) or above grade level (also called advanced), regardless of their unique needs.

For Elementary and Middle Schools, this is the number of students in 3rd-8th grade who are on or above grade level on the Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium (SBAC).

This school has 47% of kids on or above grade level.
That means 5 out of 10 kids are on track to be ready for college or a career of their choice.

This school has 42% of kids on or above grade level in Math
This school is 51% of kids on or above grade level in English Language Arts

This category also considers how many students in 3rd grade are at or above grade level. 3rd grade is an important year for all kids as a way to measure their future success.

This school has 47% of 3rd grade students at or above grade level.

Equity: Math SBAC Composite Scores by sub-group
Equity in education means that personal or social circumstances such as gender, ethnic origin or family background, do not impact a student’s achievement. This data shows students on or above grade level across the school’s student population. Big differences may suggest that some student groups are not getting the support they need to succeed.
White
60
Hispanic
40.6
Black
-
Asian
-
Am In/AK Native
-
Pacific Islander
-
Two or More Races
-

= District Average


Equity: English Language Arts SBAC Composite Scores by sub-group
Equity in education means that personal or social circumstances such as gender, ethnic origin or family background, do not impact a student’s achievement. This data shows students on or above grade level across the school’s student population. Big differences may suggest that some student groups are not getting the support they need to succeed.
White
60%
Hispanic
49.3%
Black
-
Asian
-
Am In/AK Native
-
Pacific Islander
-
Two or More Races
-

= District Average
Note: These numbers represent the total population of [3rd-5th grade] students who completed the SBAC test. Sub-groups with less than 25 students are not represented here.
ON OR ABOVE GRADE LEVEL
47%

MATH
42%
ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS
51%
District Average
27/35
Growth
Learn more >
This category of data tells us how fast kids at the school are growing in terms of their academic achievement. This measure combines two things:
  1. How well the school is growing ALL of its students compared to last year (Median Growth Percentile, MGP).
  2. How many students are growing fast enough to be on grade level within three years (Adequate Growth Percentile, AGP).
Math Growth
  • This school’s Math MGP is 58. That means that if you compare an average student to 100 other students than s/he is growing faster than 58 of them.
  • This school’s Math AGP is 40. That means 4/10 kids are on track to be on grade level within 3 years.
English Language Arts Growth
  • This school’s English Language Arts MGP is 64. That means that if you compare an average student to 100 other students than s/he is growing faster than 64 of them.
  • This school’s English Language Arts AGP is 55. That means 6/10 kids are on track to be on grade level within 3 years.
MATH GROWTH MGP
58
MATH GROWTH AGP
40
ELA GROWTH MGP
64
ELA GROWTH AGP
55
9/10
English Language Proficiency
Learn more >
This school has 6/10 kids who currently receive language services and are on track to no longer require progress monitoring for their English language skills within five years.
ENGLISH LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY
55
District Average
15/20
Opportunity Gaps
Learn more >
These measures address the growth of at-risk students who were not on grade level last year and if they have moved closer to grade level this year.

Adequate Growth Percentile, AGP
This measure is based on how many at-risk students are growing fast enough to be on grade level within three years.

33% of students who were not on grade level last year, met their growth target to be on track in three years in Math.

46% of students who were not on grade level last year, met their growth target to be on track in three years in English Language Arts.

Equity: Equity in education means that personal or social circumstances such as gender, ethnic origin or family background, do not impact a student’s achievement. This data shows students on or above grade level across the school’s student population. Big differences may suggest that some student groups are not getting the support they need to succeed.

Percent Proficient by Subgroup (COMING SOON!):
MATH
33
ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS
46
7/10
Student Engagement
Learn more >
This measure tells us about both student attendance as a measure of student engagement and School climate which measures the product of relationships among students, families, teachers, staff, and administrators.

Chronic Absenteeism: 14%
Students missing more than 18 days during the school year.

Bonus Points: Climate Survey Participation: 94%
This survey is administered by the American Institutes for Research (AIR) on behalf of the Nevada Department of Education. The NV-SCSEL asks students questions about the environment and conditions for learning in their schools. Learn More.
ABSENTEEISM
14%
CLIMATE SURVEY
94%
School Details

SCHOOL TYPE
District School
GRADES SERVED
K-5
ENROLLMENT
660

EXTRA FUNDING
Zoom School
SPECIALTY
n/a


Student Population

% LEARNING ENGLISH (ELL)
41%
% FREE/REDUCED LUNCH (FRL)
100%
%SPECIAL ED
(IEP)

13%

White
13%
 
Hispanic
60%
 
Black
12%
 
Asian
6%
 
Am In/AK Native
-%
 
Pacific Islander
-%
 
Two or More Races
6%