Academic Performance Detail
Lee A Tolbert Community Academy serves grades K-8 in Kansas City. LATCA has identified the following schools for comparison.
Faxon Elementary School (nearby district elementary school)
Longfellow Elementary (nearby district elementary school)
Melcher Elementary (nearby district elementary school)
Central Middle (nearby district middle school)
Northeast Middle (nearby district middle school)
The Missouri Assessment Program tests students in English Language Arts (Grades 3-8), Mathematics (Grades 3-8), and Science (Grades 5 and 8). The results of those assessments for the last five years are provided below. The graphs present student achievement both as MPI and the Percent of students scoring Proficient/Advanced. The MAP Performance Index (MPI) accounts for the number of students who score Proficient or Advanced in a subject as well as students performing at the Basic and Below Basic levels. Because there have been changes in the testing program during the last five years, a change in performance from one year to the next may reflect as much on the change in tests as on actual student performance.
Annual Performance Report (APR) and Attendance information is also presented. Note that Attendance reflects the percent of students whose attendance is 90% or better–not the average daily attendance. Missouri uses this measure as part of the APR reporting process.
State averages are represented with a Gray Square
Kansas City Public School averages are represented with a Blue Square
Lee A Tolbert Academy is represented with a Gold Circle
Comparison schools are represented with various colored Diamonds
Annual Performance Report (APR)
Each year the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education provides an APR for each district or charter and each individual school. The charter APR is at the following link.
District Report Card
Each year the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education provides a standardized report card for each district or charter and each individual school. The charter report card is at the following link.