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  • Bullying, Hazing and Harassment Report / Bullying, Hazing and Harassment Report
    hear about and take action to support our students We provide this on line Incident Reporting tool as an opportunity to report incidents related to these types of incidents Bullying Hazing and Harassment Students or parents may also talk to a teacher a counselor or the school principal to report an incident Any reporting incident method will be treated the same way No administrator will take action until the report has been discussed with you except in matters where we are legally required to notify authorities Confidentiality We are committed to the highest level of confidentiality about what we discover and about to whom and what type of consequences are imposed if any This is to protect the privacy of all persons involved False Accusations To protect people against unjust accusations the district has policies ACAA R JFCR R that prohibit anyone from misrepresenting facts or falsely accusing someone especially when such action is intended to cause harm to another Those who make reports in good faith meaning they believe the information to be truthful would not have any adverse consequences for making a report If you choose to fill out this form a copy of it will be sent to the email address that you enter on the form so that you will have a record of the information The report will also be sent to the building principal of the building or buildings you indicated and to the district Central Office Submit an Bullying Hazing and Harassment Report Policy Links AC Nondiscrimination ACA Nondiscrimination on the Basis of Sex ACAA Sexual Harassment ACAA R Sexual Harassment ACAA E Sexual Harassment Complaint Form JFCF Hazing and Bullying Harassment Intimidation and Dating Violence JFCF R Hazing and Bullying Harassment Intimidation and Dating Violence Definitions Bullying harassment and intimidation is an

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  • Best Practices / Bexley High School
    Bexley High School has defined the expansion of Advanced Placement AP as a building improvement goal and in 2004 began requiring students to take the AP exam at the end of the course Research shows that students who take AP courses are better prepared for the college experience and AP typically serves as a measure of curriculum standards for college readiness Last year 98 percent of Bexley graduates matriculated to college BHS offers 19 of the rigorous college prep courses in a variety of content areas BHS s certified courses are Language and Composition Literature and Composition Calculus Calculus BC Statistics Biology Chemistry Physics Environmental Science American History European History U S Government and Politics Computer Science Spanish French Latin Art History Studio Art and Music Theory Currently for many BHS students AP is something you just do in high school Many Bexley teachers participate in local and national professional development around AP attending workshops conferences scoring AP exams and presenting SOAR is a school improvement collaborative designed to accelerate student progress and achievement through partnerships with actively engaged districts interested in generating and supporting student growth and improving teaching Drawing on research from the SOAR collaborative learn more about the key strategies high growth schools employ in the pursuit of accelerating student success Five Strategies for Creating a High Growth School SOAR districts and educators believe Student growth is the driver of change and the metric for success Transformation requires that leaders buy in and own the work High expectations for all students is a centerpiece for all stakeholders 2012 SOAR Cohort Is an approach to formative assessment that outlines that simply having access to more frequent evidence of student mastery and knowledge of standards although great misses the potential of formative constructive thinking towards student achievement The AFL

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  • Best Practices / MYP
    BHS Publications Policies Forms BMS Publications Policies Forms Staff Directory Canvas BHS Course Sites BMS Course Sites Calendar District Best Practices What is the International Baccalaureate Middle Years Programme MYP at Bexley Middle School The MYP is designed for students aged 11 to 16 It provides a framework of learning which encourages students to become creative critical and reflective thinkers The MYP emphasizes intellectual challenge encouraging students to make connections between their studies in traditional subjects and to the real world It fosters the development of skills for communication intercultural understanding and global engagement qualities that are essential for life in the 21st century Additional Links and Resources for the IB PYP Program What is IB The IB Middle Years Program IB YouTube Channel What is an IB Education Middle Years Program at a Glance Research on the MYP Program Newly revised MYP framework 2014 is the first year of the newly revised Middle Years Program MYP In 2012 Bexley Middle School was selected as one of the 100 plus pilot schools in over 45 countries to participate in the review process Click above to read a short two page summary of the changes to the program Comments 1 December

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  • Academic Standards & Testing / Home
    year because Ohio used new tests to help document achievement and growth for all students and as ODE noted these results should not be compared to the previous OAA and OGT scores because these are new tests with greater expectations Furthermore bowing to pressure Ohio s legislature outlawed the use of state funds for the PARCC assessments after June 30 2015 hence the 2014 2015 PARCC results are an anomaly To view the data that has been released about the Bexley City School District and the five individual Bexley schools go the links found here To read more about what the PARCC scores mean click here Family Reports Bexley students 2014 2015 achievement test results went home in the form of family reports without any information from the state to help faculty and principals explain the scores ODE has provided some explanatory information in the form of an FAQ here Effect of Opt Out Many parents guardians across the state because they were concerned about excessive testing decided to opt out and have their students not take last year s tests Now their students scores are showing that the students have limited proficiency the lowest indicator on the state assessments As BMS Assistant Principal Jason Caudill pointed out the state does not recognize opt outs and in the absence of a score the students are given a zero 643 on the scale When our state report card is released BMS will have C grade instead of an A or B because of the way ODE counts these tests he added We are all aware of what the situation was last spring so this won t be held against the student on our end In General State assessments are designed to measure whether Ohio students meet new state academic standards including

    Original URL path: http://www.bexleyschools.org/Page/771 (2016-04-30)
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  • Academic Standards & Testing / Test Results 2014 - 2015
    districts for the 2014 15 school year were released in January and February 2016 As the Columbus Dispatch said the report card had lots of central Ohio school officials questioning not only what the results say but what they mean In addition to being delayed this year Ohio s school report card was inaccurate and incomplete because the Ohio Department of Education dropped the PARCC assessments used in 2014 2015 to create it The stakes for districts are relatively low This is the third year of a multi year phase in of harder tests and new measurements with A to F grades Because of the changes state lawmakers decided that no district school teacher or student will face penalties for low ratings this year Many districts filed appeals about the data that appeared on the report cards Other districts are not even sending home the scores for some statewide proficiency tests from last spring Links to Bexley s report cards are below The data was released in two phases with the first batch including high school graduation rates measures of how well students are being prepared for life beyond high school and a measure of how well the district is helping its struggling readers to become literate Additional statistics were released in late February including test passing rates measures of how much students test scores are improving from year to year and the percentages of students who were proficient readers by the end of third grade Bexley City School District Report Card 2014 2015 http reportcard education ohio gov Pages District Report aspx DistrictIRN 043620 Comments 1 Bexley High School Report Card 2014 2015 http reportcard education ohio gov Pages School Report aspx SchoolIRN 002675 Comments 1 Bexley Middle School Report Card 2014 2015 http reportcard education ohio gov Pages

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  • Pay Food Services Mission Vision Strategic Priorities Staff Directory District Forms Programs Curriculum Special Education Gifted Education Food Services Health Clinics School Climate Community Technology Teaching Learning Services English Language Learners Program Summer Academy Communications Board of Education Board of Education Superintendent s Office District Policies Athletics Parent Student Parent Student Links Staff Directory Course Sites on Canvas Photo Gallery Arts Theatre Arts Music Visual Arts Canvas Home Test Results

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  • Mission Vision Strategic Priorities Staff Directory District Forms Programs Curriculum Special Education Gifted Education Food Services Health Clinics School Climate Community Technology Teaching Learning Services English Language Learners Program Summer Academy Communications Board of Education Board of Education Superintendent s Office District Policies Athletics Parent Student Parent Student Links Staff Directory Course Sites on Canvas Photo Gallery Arts Theatre Arts Music Visual Arts Canvas Home Test Results 2014 2015 Academic

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  • Vision Strategic Priorities Staff Directory District Forms Programs Curriculum Special Education Gifted Education Food Services Health Clinics School Climate Community Technology Teaching Learning Services English Language Learners Program Summer Academy Communications Board of Education Board of Education Superintendent s Office District Policies Athletics Parent Student Parent Student Links Staff Directory Course Sites on Canvas Photo Gallery Arts Theatre Arts Music Visual Arts Canvas Home Test Results 2014 2015 Academic Standards

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