• District Data Interactive Dashboards

    Click on the links below to launch:

  • Academic Progress

    The Academic Progress Dashboard is a tool designed to visually reflect how students are performing in reading and mathematics over time. Within this dashboard there are:

    • Bar charts that display the average i-Ready scale scores. iReady is an assessment tool designed to track and evaluate student growth and performance.
    • i-Ready relative placement to grade bar charts.
    • Florida Standards Assessment (FSA tests) predicted proficiency bar charts that display the percentage of students likely to be proficient by the end of the year.
    • Achieve3000 bar charts that display the average reading Lexile scores for non-proficient high school readers and student in special education courses.
    • Benchmark bar charts that display the average percent correct for each mathematics test listed.
  • Daily Attendance

    The Attendance and Out of School Suspension (OSS) Dashboard is a tool designed to visually reflect how the district is performing on attendance and OSS over time. This Dashboard includes:

    • Pie charts that display the percentage of days absent and the percentage of days present
    • Absenteeism line graphs that display the percentage of absences within 10-school-day segments
    • Chronic absenteeism line graphs that display the number of students who are chronically absent
    • Out of School Suspension line graphs that display the number of OSS incidents
  • Acceleration

    The Middle & High School Acceleration Dashboard is a tool designed to visually reflect our students’ enrollment in accelerated courses over time. Within the High Schools’ page, there are four graphs to include a:

    • Gauge that represents students who are accelerated by the end of their junior year.
    • Gauge that represents seniors who are not accelerated but are enrolled in an accelerated course their senior year.
    • Gauge that represents seniors who are not accelerated and are not enrolled in an accelerated course their senior year.
    • Bar chart that displays the seniors' enrollment who are not yet accelerated but are enrolled in a specific accelerated course.

    Within the Middle Schools’ page, there are four graphs to include a:

    • Gauge that represents students who are accelerated by the end of the year.
    • Gauge that represents students who are not accelerated but are enrolled in an accelerated course.
    • Gauge that represents students who are not accelerated and are not enrolled in an accelerated course.
    • Bar chart that displays the students' specific course enrollment for those enrolled in an accelerated course.
  • District Grade

    Each year the Florida Commissioner of Education assigns a letter grade of A, B, C, D, or F to each school district, based on the 11 components prescribed by the Florida Department of Education. The district’s grade is calculated as if all students are enrolled in one large combination school. All students who are full-year enrolled in the district are included in the district’s grade. The District Grade Dashboard is a tool to visually represent overall student achievement in the 11 academic data points that factor into a district’s grade. Sarasota County Schools has received an A grade every year since 2004 — the first year district grading began.