All Stevens Middle School students will reach high standards and
graduate prepared with knowledge, skills, and abilities to choose a
Stevens Middle School creates and sustains learning
communities that prepare each student to live, work, and learn
successfully in a changing world.
Reflections on the 2013-14 School Year
The Continuous Quality Improvement process remains the
foundation of our instructional process by using data to align the
curriculum calendars, match student needs and state standards, and
provide multiple remediation and enrichment activities to challenge
students. As a result, students and staff continued to produce success
in and out of the classroom, as seen from these examples:
- Smarter Balanced pilot allowed staff to increase their knowledge
of Common Core Standards, introduce a number of instructional methods,
use a variety of curriculum and become familiar with the Smarter
- Science scores are 19.9 points higher than the state.
- Native American students scored 12.8 pts higher than the state in science.
- Special education students scored 14.2 pts higher than the state in science.
- No gaps between boys and girls or low income in eighth grade science.
- 153 of the 190 students in algebra (80.5%) met standard on End of Course exam.
- All special education portfolio students made standard on 2014 Measurement of Student Progress (MSP)