Accountability

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School Accountability

WMPCS is committed to accountability to the State Board of Education, our Board of Trustees, our parents, our community and our students.   In accordance with State Legislation Article 14 A WMPCS complies with all reporting requirements.   These reports can be reviewed by contacting Austin Smigel (austin.smigel@wmpcs.org).

WMPCS is pleased to announce that for the testing 2016-17 School year we exceeded growth expectations and raised our school grade to a C.  The section grades were a B for reading and a C for math.   As soon as the official report is made public it will be posted below.

 

During the 2015-16 School year, WMPCS was designated a “Low-Performing” school based on the End of Grade tests.  In order to ensure we are increasing our standardized test scores the school has formed a school improvement team that includes teachers, a board member, a parent and the directors to take steps to improve our scores as a school.  If you are interested in learning more about the School Improvement Team and when it meets please contact Austin Smigel (austin.smigel@wmpcs.org).

 

2016-17 School Performance Grade    Letter to Parents Concerning the School Grade

2015-16 School Performance Grade

2014-15 School Performance Grade

2013-14 School Performance Grade

 

 

 

School Report Card Searchable

Read to Achieve Testing Report

 

 

§ 115C-218.30. Accountability; reporting requirements to State Board of Education.
(a)
The school is subject to the financial audits, the audit procedures, and the audit requirements adopted by the State Board of Education for charter schools. These audit requirements may include the requirements of the School Budget and Fiscal Control Act.
(b)
The school shall comply with the reporting requirements established by the State Board of Education in the Uniform Education Reporting System.
(c)
The school shall report at least annually to the State Board of Education the information required by the State Board.
(1995 (Reg. Sess., 1996), c. 731, s. 2; 1997-430, s. 5; 1997-443, s.8.19; 1997-456, s. 55.4; 1998-212, s. 9.14A(a); 1999-243, s. 8; 2001-462, s. 1; 2004-118, s. 3;
2004-203, s. 45(b); 2006-69, s. 3(e); 2006-137, s. 2; 2007-59, s. 2; 2007-126, s. 2; 2007-323, s.28.22A(o); 2007-345, s. 12; 2009-239, s. 1; 2009-563, s. 2; 2010-10, s. 2(a); 2011-93, s. 2(a);2011-145, s. 7.29(b); 2011-164, s. 4; 2011-282,s. 9; 2012-142, ss. 7A.1(f), 7A.3(c), 7A.11(b);2012-145, s. 2.5; 2012-179, s. 1(c); 2013-307, s. 1.1;2013-355, s. 1(f); 2013-359, s. 1; 2013-360,ss. 8.43(a), 9.7(q); 2014-101, s. 7.).

Local Schools Funding Impact (2016-17)

Local Funds Received (2016-17 School Year)

Beaufort County $386,735.36

Craven County $7,159.62

Edenton/Chowan County $$3,277.20

Martin County $ 32,240.25

Pitt County $171,420.92

Washingon County $12,234.84