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The following indicators provide analysis on student performance here in Henderson compared to the entire Clark County School District.
The Good News
Graduation Rates 2017-2018
Henderson high schools continue to have higher than average graduation rates.
Opportunities for Improvement
Free and Reduced-Price Lunch
Some students may be eligible for free or reduced-price meals depending on family size and income as part of the National School Lunch/Breakfast Program.
13 Henderson elementary schools have greater than 50% of their student population eligible
10 Henderson elementary schools have over 100% of their student population eligible
59% of students at Henderson elementary schools are eligible 67% of CCSD students are eligible
Henderson 4th graders test at an average of 65% in reading proficiency, compared to 49% of all CCSD students.
test at over 80%.
test below 50%.
2018 Star Ratings for Henderson Schools
Many of CCSD's most highly rated schools are located in Henderson. However, we still have room for improvement.
Star ratings reflect a classification system created by the Nevada School Performance Framework (NSPF). The NSPF gives each school an index score that is comprised of total points earned across several indicators that corresponds to star ratings, with five stars representing the highest rating.
English Language Learners
Although Henderson elementary schools have less ELL students than CCSD (7% versus 19%), identifying schools with this challenge allows for concentrated resource intervention, thus providing a greater impact from smaller changes.
5 Henderson elementary schools have more than 10% English Language Learners
1 Henderson elementary school has a 19% student population of English Language Learners
According to the Annual Kids Count Publication from the Annie E. Casey Foundation, these rankings represent the State of Nevada in 2018.
for Overall Child Wellbeing
Henderson schools experience higher levels of enrollment. Nearly half of all the Henderson elementary schools are at more than 125% student capacity.
84% of Henderson elementary schools are at more than 100% capacity
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Source: ECONorthwest analysis of Nevada Department of Education assessment data available at nevadareportcard.com.
Source: Annie E. Casey Foundation, 2017 Rankings:
Source: Clark County School District 2018 Elementary School Enrollment Percent of 2018 Program Capacity.