Picayune Junior High School

English Growth Lowest 25%

Points earned for growth for students in the lowest 25% of performance on the statewide English assessment.

Accountability Data

The Mississippi Statewide Accountability System is a single “A” through “F” school and district accountability system. Click any chart to get detailed information on the measure.

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COVID-19 pandemic disruptions continue to be reflected in 2021-2022 accountability data, particularly growth data. Growth calculations for some high school students required measuring growth from the 2018-2019 school year, and overall student performance on assessments improved since the first full year of pandemic-era schooling in 2020-2021. Additionally, students did not have to pass end-of-course high school assessments in 2020-2021, which affected the 2021-22 graduation rate.

English Growth Lowest 25% Overview

State
District
School

Mississippi

56.6%

Picayune School District

57.2%

Picayune Junior High School

56.3%

English Growth Lowest 25% by Subgroup

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State
District
School

Female

60.1%
61.2%
67.4%

Male

54.1%
54.7%
48.4%

Black or African American

55.3%
51.9%
55.9%

White

59.1%
61.7%
59.3%

Economically Disadvantaged

55.8%
57.2%
56.3%

Students with Disabilities

43.9%
46.4%
49.3%

Students without Disabilities

62.2%
61.1%
58.7%

Non English Learners

56.9%
56.7%
57.2%

English Growth Lowest 25% Data

All

  • School 56.3%
  • District 57.2%
  • State 56.6%

Female

  • School 67.4%
  • District 61.2%
  • State 60.1%

Male

  • School 48.4%
  • District 54.7%
  • State 54.1%

Black or African American

  • School 55.9%
  • District 51.9%
  • State 55.3%

White

  • School 59.3%
  • District 61.7%
  • State 59.1%

Economically Disadvantaged

  • School 56.3%
  • District 57.2%
  • State 55.8%

Students with Disabilities

  • School 49.3%
  • District 46.4%
  • State 43.9%

Students without Disabilities

  • School 58.7%
  • District 61.1%
  • State 62.2%

Non English Learners

  • School 57.2%
  • District 56.7%
  • State 56.9%

Mississippi Department of Education

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Jackson, MS 39205
(601) 359-3513

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Last updated 09/29/2022