Iowa School Performance Profiles
The state has released their annual online reporting tool called the Iowa School Performance Profiles, as required by a federal education law called the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA). These profiles reflect how public schools performed on a set of accountability measures, such as results on the statewide assessment, graduation rates, and academic growth.
The tool displays a school’s score based on overall performance, as well as scores based on the performance of subgroups of students. Based on these scores, schools can be identified for additional funding, support, and improvement.
In order to put the information into perspective, below you will find links to the following charts.
- Comparisons between each of Ankeny’s schools to the state average
- Comparison of Ankeny’s high schools to other area high schools
Ankeny High School Data (Commendable)
Ankeny Centennial High School Data (Commendable)
Southview Middle School Data (High Performing)
Northview Middle School Data (High Performing)
Parkview Middle School Data (Commendable)
Prairie Ridge Middle School Data (Commendable)
Ashland Ridge Elementary School Data (Exceptional)
Crocker Elementary School Data (High Performing)
East Elementary School Data (Acceptable)
Heritage Elementary School Data (Commendable)
Northeast Elementary School Data (High Performing)
Northwest Elementary School Data (Commendable)
Prairie Trail Elementary School Data (Exceptional)
Rock Creek Elementary School Data (High Performing)
Southeast Elementary School Data (Commendable)
Westwood Elementary School Data (High Performing)
|Ankeny Centennial HS||Commendable||59.4|
|Johnston Senior HS||Commendable||56.3|
|Dallas Center-Grimes HS||Commendable||56.09|
|Roosevelt HS||Needs Improvement||45.3|
To locate our school’s results, as well as more information about the Iowa School Performance Profiles and ESSA, visit the following website: www.iaschoolperformance.gov
Holly Anderson Named 2022 Middle School Iowa Athletic Director of the Year
Holly Anderson, Activities Director at Northview Middle School, has been chosen as the 2022 Middle School Athletic Director of the Year by the Iowa High School Athletic Directors Association. Holly was chosen for her outstanding dedication and leadership of young student-athletes.
“We are excited that Holly is receiving this much deserved recognition,” said Dr. Erick Pruitt, Superintendent of Ankeny Schools. “She is great leader, to both her students and also to her fellow staff members.”
Holly has been with the Ankeny Community School District for 16 years. Her previous roles for the district include P.E. teacher and girl’s basketball coach before beginning her current role in administration in 2013.
Honorees chosen as Athletic Director of the Year must have a minimum of five years’ experience and show qualities of achievement, excellence and character. Holly will be recognized at the annual IHSADA State Convention in March.
Key Club Raises Awareness for Homelessness
Key Club recently participated in a Reggie’s Sleep out event, a night to raise awareness and money for the homeless and at-risk youth in Iowa. Due to COVID-19 Drake University has no longer been able to host the event in their stadium but Key Club was able to spend the evening at Ankeny High School learning more about the homelessness in Iowa, picking up trash around the school, and we also made 84 care packages for the Ankeny Service Center. As a club we were able to raise $525, all of which will be donated to Reggie’s Sleep out to help those in need in our community.
Did You Miss the Winter Sports Parent Meeting?
If you missed the winter sports parent meeting on Monday, November 1, information presented at the meeting can be found by clicking here.
Reminder: Current physicals must be uploaded in rSchools prior to the start of practice. Practice start dates can be found by clicking here.
Yard Signs and Window Decals Available for Order
Yard signs and window decals are now available for order. Please complete this order form to place your order. Email AHS dance team coach, Dallas Ott, at email@example.com, with any questions you may have. Orders will be placed three times per year, fall, winter and spring. Fall orders have been placed. A due date for winter orders will be forthcoming soon.
2021-22 Athletic Registration
Beginning July 1, you may create or log into your existing rSchools account to update your student’s athletic registration and electronically sign participation documents for the 2021-22 school year. This process needs to be completed annually in order to participate in sports, marching band and show choir. Please wait until July 1 or after to complete this registration process; the site is not open for 2021-22 registrations until that time.
Activity Passes 2021-22
We are pleased to be able to offer activity passes once again. Passes may be purchased online using your student’s TouchBase account through Sunday, August 8. After that time, activity passes must be purchased in-person at your student’s school.
|League Student Activity Ticket (SAT)||Available to Ankeny students in grades 9-12||$60||Admits students to all CIML home and away athletic events. Excludes tournaments and playoff games.|
|Ankeny Student Activity Ticket||Available to Ankeny students in grades K-8||$45||Admits students to all home Ankeny athletic events. Excludes tournament and playoff games.|
|8 punch pass||Available to anyone||$35||Admits card holder to any home Ankeny athletic event. Excludes tournament and playoff games.|
For more information on passes and event pricing, please visit our activities ticket webpage.
Do you want to start a new club?
Complete this new club application form and then stop into the activities department to make an appointment to see Mr. Umthun, AHS activities director. Before you complete the form, please be sure to have a staff member committed to sponsoring your club.