Students

Student diversity

  This school State average
Black 54% 31%
Hispanic 30% 15%
White 11% 48%
Two or more races n/a 3%
Asian n/a 4%
Native American n/a 0%
Hawaiian 0% 0%
Source: See notes

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Programs

Classes

Music Band
Instrumental and theory music lessons
Performing & written arts None
Media arts None
Visual arts None
World languages taught None
Academic themes / Areas of focus None
Instructional / curriculum models used Core Knowledge
Direct instruction
Gifted / High performing
Standards-based
STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics)
Bi-lingual or language immersion programs offered No
Early childhood program offered No

Support

Extra learning resources Counseling
Mentoring
Remediation
Tutoring
Extra learning resources (misc.) Title I Schoolwide program (SWP)
Level of ESL/ELL programming Basic - school offers or partners to provide services based on the needs of individual students
Level of special education programming Moderate - school consistently offers a full program for particular special education needs
Facilities Auditorium
Cafeteria
Computer lab
Gym
Internet access
Kitchen
Library
Performance stage
Playground

Extracurriculars

Clubs (misc.) Odyssey Of the Mind
  Lego League
Girls sports Basketball
Cheerleading
Boys sports Basketball
Boys sports (misc.) Girls on the Run
Clubs (misc.) After School Academic Program
Clubs Book / reading club
Chess club
Girls on the Run
Homework help / Study buddy club
Robotics club
Science club
Extended care / Extended programs Before
After
After school end time 6:00 PM
Before school start time 6:30 AM

Culture

Dress code Dress code
Parent involvement Attend parent nights
Chaperone school trips
Coach sports teams or extracurricular activities
Join PTO / PTA
Organize cultural events
Organize fundraising events
Present special topics during curricular units
Serve on school improvement team or governance council
Volunteer in the classroom
Bullying / cyber bullying policy Yes
Students typically continue on to these schools A.I. DuPont Middle School
  Conrad Middle School
  H.B DuPont Middle School

Teachers

Staff Assistant principal
Art teacher
Computer specialist
Educational diagnostician
Gifted Specialist
Instructional aide / coach
Librarian / media specialist
Music teacher
PE instructor
Nurse
Reading specialist
School psychologist
School social worker / counselor
Special education coordinator
Speech and language therapist
Teacher aide / assistant teacher
World languages spoken by staff Spanish

Qualified teachers

Subject Percent of classes taught by highly qualified teachers State average
General Elementary 100% 98%
English Language Arts N/A 96%
English N/A 95%
Arts & Humanities 100% 99%
Math N/A 95%
Science N/A 96%
Social Studies N/A 95%
World Languages N/A 92%
Geography N/A 96%
History - Social Science Grade 8 Cumulative N/A 99%
Economics N/A 93%
Government N/A 98%

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  • A highly qualified teacher for a specific academic area is one who has full state certification for teaching the subject, has a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree, and has demonstrated subject matter competence.
Source: See notes

School leadership

  This school State average
Current principal's tenure (in years) 11 N/A
Number of principals in the last 5 years 1 2
Source: See notes

Neighborhood

Transportation options Buses / vans provided for students
Accessible via public transportation
Transportation provided for special education students
Partnerships with local resources and organizations No

Enrollment

Application or enrollment process No

Choice enrollment

  This school
Students attending this school through their feeder pattern assignment 72%
Students "choicing" into this school who live in the district 17%
Students "choicing" into this school who live outside the district (includes vocational and charter schools) 10%

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  • Non-Choice: Students at this school who are part of the normal feeder pattern.
  • Intra-District Choice: Students at this school who are outside the normal feeder pattern, but still within their resident district.
  • Inter-District Choice: Students at this school from outside their resident district. All vocational and charter school enrollment is considered Inter-District Choice.
Source: See notes

Sources

Student diversity DE Dept. of Education, 2013-2014
Qualified teachers DE Dept. of Education, 2013-2014
School leadership DE Dept. of Education, 2013-2014
Choice enrollment DE Dept. of Education, 2013-2014