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Portrait of a Learner

SAU 21 Common Sources of Data


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  • Competency attainment and progression
  • Local district assessment data
  • Early literacy programs and supports
  • SAS aggregate scores
  • MTSS/ RtI architecture
  • Prevalence of performance assessments
  • College acceptance rates & attrition
  • Number of students participating in trade-related courses or programs
  • High school transition rates and success
  • Demographic breakdown of student access to advanced courses, resources, and extracurricular activities.

Community Engagement

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  • Service learning clubs
  • Number of students engaged in experiential learning opportunities or Extended Learning Opportunities (ELOs)
  • Community service projects or metrics related to volunteering
  • Collaboration/ integration with local businesses
  • Energy consumption, waste generation, and other environmental impact metrics within the school
  • International trips and learning experiences

Physical and Mental Wellness

  • Provision of SEL programming
  • Curriculum and policy geared toward the awareness of balanced nutrition, and access to healthy food options
  • Frequency and duration of face-to-face interactions between staff and students.
  • Staff behavior as role models
  • Co curricular opportunities (i.e. access to sports/ clubs)
  • Frequency of mental health workshops, counseling sessions, and awareness campaigns
  • Student participation in extracurricular activities and hobbies outside of schoolStudents travelling with Teachers in a bus

Essential Life Skills

  • Gallup poll (WHS)
  • Provision and enrollment in elective classes
  • Provision of enrichment, sports, clubs
  • Financial habits, budgeting skills, and knowledge of personal finance topics
  • School nutrition programs and assess their dietary choices
  • Opportunities to practice public speaking


  • Integration of Habits of Learning (i.e. Innovation, Collaboration, Self Direction, Communication)
  • Participation in events or workshops that recognize diversity
  • Student engagement rates in activities related to their perceived purpose
  • Data on attendance rates, punctuality, and submission of assignments as indicators of accountability
  • Opportunities for self-directed learning activities

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