• Missouri School Improvement Program Results 
    The Missouri School Improvement Program (MSIP) is the state's school accountability system used to review and accredit public school districts in Missouri. Annual Performance Reports (APRs) are provided for every public school district each year.
     
    MSIP
     
    The APR is comprised of scores for each of the MSIP 5 Performance Standards:
    (1) Academic Achievement, (2) Subgroup Achievement, (3) College and Career Readiness, (4) Attendance Rate, and (5) Graduation Rate. The maximum number of points that a school district can earn is 140, and the APR is reported as a percentage of the total points earned by the district.  Review the standards reported for the St. Joseph School District and learn more about the individual standards from DESE.
     
    2017 Annual Performance Report

    MSIP 5 Standards 2017  Points Possible  Points Earned  Percent Earned
     1. Academic Achievement  56.0  48.0  85.7%
     2. Subgroup Achievement   14.0  10.0  71.4%
     3. College and Career Ready (CCR)  30.0  27.0  90.0%
     4. Attendance  10.0  6.0  60.0%
     5. Graduation Rate  30.0  30.0  100.0%
     Total  140.0  121.0  86.4%
     
    2016 Annual Performance Report
     
    MSIP 5 Standards 2016  Points Possible  Points Earned  Percent Earned
     1. Academic Achievement  56.0  48.0  85.7%
     2. Subgroup Achievement   14.0  8.5  60.7%
     3. College and Career Ready (CCR)  30.0  25.0  83.3%
     4. Attendance  10.0  6.0  60.0%
     5. Graduation Rate  30.0  30.0  100.0%
     Total  140.0  117.5  83.9%