2021 District Report Card

Families and communities are critical partners to a district's success. Just as a student's report card shows how they are performing, the district report card shows how a district is performing in multiple areas. It shows the district's strengths and the challenges that need to be addressed to ensure the district is meeting the needs of all students.

Foxborough


Amy A Berdos


60 South StreetC/O Igo Administration Building, Foxborough, MA 02035

PK,K,01,02,03,04,05,06,07,08,09,10,11,12


508-543-1660

www.foxborough.k12.ma.us


Title I District
Students

Note: The COVID-19 pandemic had a profound impact on the 2020-21 school year. Data reported below may have been affected by the pandemic. Please keep this in mind when reviewing the data, and take particular care when comparing data over multiple school years.

Student Enrollment

The total number of students enrolled, including pre-kindergarten (PK), kindergarten (K), and students who attend beyond grade 12.

Our District     

Massachusetts

Student Demographics

The percentage of students enrolled, by race/ethnicity and by selected population. Selected populations include students with disabilities, current and former English learners, students who are economically disadvantaged, and high needs students (students who belong to one or more of the other selected population groups).




Our District     

Massachusetts



Teachers
Teacher Workforce

The number of teachers in a school or district is reported by full-time equivalency. This number represents the number of full-time positions filled by teachers.


Our District : 200.2

Massachusetts : 75,146.7

Teacher Qualifications

The percentage of teachers who are licensed, the percentage of teachers who are licensed in the subject(s) they teach, and the percentage of teachers who are considered experienced, meaning they have been teaching in a Massachusetts public school for at least 3 years. In some schools, like charter schools, teachers are not required to have a teacher’s license.

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Massachusetts

Licensed Teachers

Teachers Licensed in the Subject They Teach

Experienced Teachers




Access to Broad and Challenging Coursework

Note: The COVID-19 pandemic had a profound impact on the 2020-21 school year. Data reported below may have been affected by the pandemic. Please keep this in mind when reviewing the data, and take particular care when comparing data over multiple school years.

Access to the Arts

The percentage of students who participate in an arts course. Arts courses include visual art, music, theater, dance, and general arts.

Our District      

Massachusetts



Advanced Coursework Completion

The percentage of 11th and 12th grade students completing at least one advanced course. Advanced courses include: Advanced Placement, International Baccalaureate, Project Lead the Way, dual enrollment for credit, approved vocational/technical cooperative programs, and other rigorous courses.

Our District      

Massachusetts



Grade 9 Course-Passing

The percentage of students who pass all of their courses in grade 9. In Massachusetts, a student is four times more likely to finish high school if they pass all of their classes in 9th grade.

Our District      

Massachusetts



MassCore Completion

The percentage of high school graduates completing MassCore. The MassCore program of studies includes: four years of english, four years of math, three years of a lab-based science, three years of history, two years of the same foreign language, one year of an arts program and five additional "core" courses.

Our District      

Massachusetts


Student Attendance and Discipline

Note: The COVID-19 pandemic had a profound impact on the 2020-21 school year. Data reported below may have been affected by the pandemic. Please keep this in mind when reviewing the data, and take particular care when comparing data over multiple school years.

Attendance

The percentage of days that students are in attendance. To be in attendance, students must be taught for at least half the school day.

Our District     

Massachusetts

The percentage of students who miss more than 10 percent of the school year. In a typical 180-day school year, this represents the percentage of students who miss 18 or more days of school.

Our District     

Massachusetts

ATTENDANCE RATE

The percentage of days that students are in attendance. To be in attendance, students must be taught for at least half the school day.

Our District     

Massachusetts

CHRONIC ABSENTEEISM RATE

The percentage of students who miss more than 10 percent of the school year. In a typical 180-day school year, this represents the percentage of students who miss 18 or more days of school.

Our District     

Massachusetts

Average Number of Days Absent

The average number of days of school that a student misses in a school year.

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Massachusetts     



Student Discipline
Reported Incidents

The percentage of students who are suspended (in and out of school) or expelled.

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Massachusetts

In-School Suspensions

Out-of-School Suspensions

Expulsions

The percentage of students who are referred to law enforcement, arrested at school or during off-campus school activities, or removed from regular classroom activities due to violence. School-based arrests are also considered referrals to law enforcement.

Our District     

Massachusetts

School-Based Arrests

Incidences of Violence

Referrals to Law Enforcement

The percentage of students who are suspended (in and out of school) or expelled.

Our District     

Massachusetts

In-School Suspensions

Out-of-School Suspensions

Expulsions



The percentage of students who are referred to law enforcement, arrested at school or during off-campus school activities, or removed from regular classroom activities due to violence. School-based arrests are also considered referrals to law enforcement.

Our District     

Massachusetts

School-Based Arrests

Incidences of Violence

Referrals to Law Enforcement



High School Outcomes

Note: The COVID-19 pandemic had a profound impact on the 2020-21 school year. Data reported below may have been affected by the pandemic. Please keep this in mind when reviewing the data, and take particular care when comparing data over multiple school years.

High School Completion
Graduation Rates

The graduation rate is the percentage of students who graduate from high school within 4 or 5 years.


Our District     
Massachusetts

4-Year Graduation Rate

5-Year Graduation Rate



Annual Dropout Rate

The annual dropout rate is the percentage of students in grades 9 through 12 who leave school in a given year without graduating or transferring to another school.

Our District     
Massachusetts


Post-Secondary Enrollment
College-Going Rates

The college-going rate is the percentage of high school graduates who enroll in postsecondary education by March 1 of the year after high school graduation. Postsecondary education includes community colleges, colleges, and universities; public and private institutions; 2-year and 4-year institutions; and institutions both in and outside of Massachusetts.

Our District     
Massachusetts

Any Post-Secondary Institution

4-Year Institution

2-Year Institution


Student Performance on MCAS

Note: The COVID-19 pandemic had a profound impact on the 2020-21 school year. Data reported below may have been affected by the pandemic. Please keep this in mind when reviewing the data, and take particular care when comparing data over multiple school years.

Student Achievement

The percentage of students scoring at each achievement level on the English language arts, mathematics, and science MCAS tests.

Note: Grade 10 results for the spring 2021 science test are not available because students in the class of 2023 were not required to take the science MCAS test.

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Massachusetts

Exceeding Expectations

Meeting Expectations

Partially Meeting Expectations

Not Meeting Expectations

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Massachusetts

Exceeding Expectations

Meeting Expectations

Partially Meeting Expectations

Not Meeting Expectations

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Massachusetts

Exceeding Expectations

Meeting Expectations

Partially Meeting Expectations

Not Meeting Expectations

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Massachusetts

Exceeding Expectations

Meeting Expectations

Partially Meeting Expectations

Not Meeting Expectations

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Massachusetts

Exceeding Expectations

Meeting Expectations

Partially Meeting Expectations

Not Meeting Expectations

ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS (GRADES 03-08)

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Massachusetts

Exceeding Expectations

Meeting Expectations

Partially Meeting Expectations

Not Meeting Expectations

MATHEMATICS (GRADES 03-08)

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Massachusetts

Exceeding Expectations

Meeting Expectations

Partially Meeting Expectations

Not Meeting Expectations

ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS (GRADES 10)

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Massachusetts

Exceeding Expectations

Meeting Expectations

Partially Meeting Expectations

Not Meeting Expectations

MATHEMATICS (GRADES 10)

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Massachusetts

Exceeding Expectations

Meeting Expectations

Partially Meeting Expectations

Not Meeting Expectations

SCIENCE (GRADES 05 AND 08)

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Massachusetts

Exceeding Expectations

Meeting Expectations

Partially Meeting Expectations

Not Meeting Expectations



Student Progress

Student growth measures the amount of academic progress a student made over the year, based on MCAS. It compares a student’s MCAS performance to other students with similar past MCAS scores. Growth is reported on a scale from 1 to 99, with lower numbers representing lower progress and higher numbers representing higher progress. An average growth score between 40 and 60 means that the district or school is making typical progress.

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ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS (GRADES 03-08)

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Massachusetts

MATHEMATICS (GRADES 03-08)

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Massachusetts

ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS (GRADES 10)

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Massachusetts

MATHEMATICS (GRADES 10)

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Massachusetts

Finance
Dollars Spent per Student

The total dollars spent per student, broken down by the source of funds. Funding comes from federal, state, and local sources. The amount of money spent per student depends on many factors, including student enrollment, staffing, special programs, and whether the school receives state or federal grant funds.

Our District         
Massachusetts      

State & Local Funds

Federal Funds


Accountability

An accountability system brings together a set of measures in order to provide clear, actionable information about district and school performance. In Massachusetts, accountability results are calculated using information related to student performance on state tests, chronic absenteeism, high school completion, and advanced coursework completion.

Note: The Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education did not issue school or district accountability determinations for the 2020-2021 school year.



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