Welcome to the Academic Data page for Mahtomedi Public Schools. Please use the buttons to learn more about our school district’s academic data.
To visualize a full picture of performance and excellence, it is essential to look at multiple data points rather than one ranking or one assessment.
We regularly examine three types of meaningful data to understand our district’s academic performance.
Satellite-Level Data (this is often once-a-year data that gives a snapshot of our system performance and indicates the degree to which our curriculum aligns with standards). The following measures serve as examples of satellite-level data:
Minnesota Comprehensive Assessments (MCAs)
Participation in AP and CIS coursework
Annual scholarly distinctions (for example, AP scholars, National Merit Scholars)
Map-Level Data (this data helps us to narrow our focus on skill gaps and points us in a slightly more focused direction than satellite-level data). The following measures serve as examples of map-level data: school or grade-level data like Fastbridge and NWEA/ MAP scores, SAEBRS, secondary grades, attendance.
Street-Level Data (this type of data provides the most vivid picture of student success while being the most challenging to communicate systemically). The following measures serve as examples of street-level data: classroom data, success stories, intervention.