Jarman Middle School

Public 6-8

 5 West MacArthur Dr
       Midwest City, OK  73110-3110

 (405) 739-1771

District: Midwest City-Del City

SchoolDigger Rank:
250th of 299 Oklahoma Middle Schools

Student/Teacher Ratio:  15.0
Number of students:  561

Racial breakdown:

African American:
Free/Discounted Lunch Recipients:  80.7%

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Compare Details In 2015, Jarman Middle School ranked worse than 83.6% of middle schools in Oklahoma. It also ranked 3rd among 5 ranked middle schools in the Midwest City-Del City School District. (See more...)
Compare Details In 2015 the calculated Average Standard Score was 25.2. (See more...)
Student Body
Compare Details Racial makeup is: White (44%), African American (29.9%), Hispanic (10.3%). (See more...)
Compare Details 80.7% of students are receiving a free or discounted lunch. (See more...)
Compare Details The student/teacher ratio at Jarman Middle School is 15, which is the 2nd best among 5 middle schools in the Midwest City-Del City School District. (See more...)
Compare Jarman Middle School employs 37.3 full-time teachers.
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Schooldigger 2015 Rankings:

Jarman Middle School:

SchoolDigger Ranks Jarman Middle School 250th of 299 Oklahoma public middle schools. (See Jarman Middle School in the ranking list.)

Midwest City-Del City:

SchoolDigger ranks Midwest City-Del City 221st of 532 Oklahoma school districts. (See district ranking list.)

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Rank History for Jarman Middle School

Year Avg Standard Score Statewide Rank Total # Ranked Middle Schools OK State Percentile SchoolDigger Rating
2009 53.39 268th 528 49.2% 2 star ranking
2010 54.42 264th 546 51.6% 3 star ranking
2011 50.72 311th 549 43.4% 2 star ranking
2015 25.20 250th 299 16.4% 1 star ranking

Test score data source: test scores: Oklahoma Department of Education, rankings: SchoolDigger.com

Jarman Middle School Test Scores


Test score data source: Oklahoma Department of Education

About the Oklahoma Core Curriculum Tests: OCCT Tests: 3rd Grade – 8th Grade
The Oklahoma Core Curriculum Tests are aligned to Oklahoma’s Priority Academic Student Skills, known as OK PASS skills, which define what students should learn each year. OCCT tests are given as follows:

3rd, 4th, and 6th Grades: OCCT tests in reading and math
Fifth Grade: OCCT tests in reading, math, writing, science, and social studies
Seventh Grade: OCCT tests in reading, math, and geography
Eighth Grade: OCCT tests in reading, math, writing, science, and U.S. History

High School: OCCT End-of-Instruction Tests

Oklahoma high school students take OCCT End-of-Instruction (EOI) tests in algebra I, algebra II, English II, English III, geometry, biology I, and U.S. history upon completion of each course. In order to graduate from a public high school with a standard diploma, students must pass the English II and algebra I tests, as well as two of the other five tests. Oklahoma also teaches personal financial literacy, and as a requirement for graduation, students must demonstrate satisfactory knowledge of such topics as credit card debt, saving money, and understanding loans, among the 14 areas of finance instruction.

How OCCT and Oklahoma EOI Tests Are Scored
The Oklahoma Core Curriculum Tests and OCCT End-of-Instruction Tests are standards-based, criterion-referenced tests that measure how well students have mastered the challenging Oklahoma state standards (OK PASS skills). The OCCT tests and Oklahoma EOI tests report student achievement in each subject using the following four levels:

1. Advanced
2. Satisfactory
3. Limited Knowledge
4. Unsatisfactory

The goal is for all Oklahoma students to score at or above the satisfactory level. If your child scores below the satisfactory level, ask your school for additional assistance, and find out what you can do at home to support learning.

Source: OCCT Test Prep, Time4Learning.com

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by a citizen
Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Open Quote I don't know the situation of the person's rating above, especially since his experience was from 2 years ago, but my experience with Jarman this year (11-12) has been nothing short of exceptional. The 8th grade teachers are caring, involved, supportive people that go the extra mile to help their students. I have been kept in the loop of all aspects of the educational experience - grades, behaviors, social, all of it. I have not only experienced it with the 8th grade teachers, I have experienced it with 6th grade teachers, counselors and administrators, basically everyone that has contact with students. I have been there on several Saturdays where teachers show up to help with school beautification. We just experienced teachers, janitors, administrators, counselors, etc. spend a Saturday at the school for a carnival for the community. These teachers care. These teachers are dedicated. These teachers have committed their lives to their students and for that I am grateful. There is no better place to send your chid than to Jarman Middle School. Close Quote

by a parent
Thursday, May 6, 2010

Open Quote Honestly, I've never been more disappointed in a school than I currently am with Jarman Middle School. I am in the U.S. Air Force and due to my many assignments, my son is now in his fourth different school district. He's a good kid, a straight "A" student, and he stays out of trouble, so this isn't one of those reviews that "blames my kids problems on someone else". I'm very hard on him and accept nothing but the best on a daily basis.

All of that being said, I can tell you that he's not been happy since the day he started this school. He has plenty of friends, so it isn't a social problem. He's very frustrated because his 8th grade teachers do not act as if they care at all about the students. They teach the required curriculum, collect their paychecks, and go home. If any additional information or instruction is requested, it is given with a berating attitude and minimal details. Again, it's more like "I've done my job, now go figure the rest of it out yourself."

Thankfully, my wife and I stay involved and are educated enough to assist him with most of his problems, but there's also a ethical requirement for teachers to ensure students have a grasp of the daily lesson along with providing additional instruction to those that are striving for a greater understanding of the material.

If this isn't enough, you should have seen how we were treated during our Parent/Teacher conference. They seemed appalled at the fact we asked questions about their method of instruction and teacher/student interaction. We weren't questioning their ability, we just wanted information to pass along to our son so he could get most out of his classes and provide the proper feedback to his teachers. It was at that exact moment that I was able to understand how my son felt. I'm 39 years old and I've served in the military for more than 20 years but his teachers still wanted to make sure that I felt beneath them. It didn't work, it just showed a lack of self-confidence and personal happiness on their part.

Stay away from Jarman Middle School. Close Quote

Enrollment information for Jarman Middle School

Year White African American Asian Hispanic American Indian Pacific Islander Two or More Races Not Specified Total
2008 291 129 14 38 62 n/a n/a 0 534
2009 264 128 17 43 71 n/a n/a 0 523
2010 271 111 23 35 72 n/a n/a 0 512
2011 264 137 14 35 72 2 2 0 526
2012 267 145 16 30 59 0 24 0 541
2013 240 153 13 48 60 2 36 0 552
2014 247 168 9 58 39 6 34 0 561

Test score data source: National Center for Education Statistics, U.S. Dept of Education.

About Enrollment/Ethnicity
For more information about how the Department of Education defines ethnicity, see Defining Race and Ethnicity Data, National Center for Education Statistics

Students eligible for free or discounted lunch at Jarman Middle School

Year # Students Fulltime Teachers Student/Teacher ratio % Free/Discounted Lunch
2008 534 36.0 14.8 62.0
2009 523 36.3 14.4 69.0
2010 512 36.4 14.0 73.2
2011 526 37.7 13.9 78.7
2012 541 37.6 14.3 68.8
2013 552 37.9 14.5 76.4
2014 561 37.3 15.0 80.7

Test score data source: National Center for Education Statistics, U.S. Dept of Education.

About Students eligible for discounted/free lunch
For information about the National School Lunch Program, see the FRAC Website

Student/Teacher Ratio Jarman Middle School

Year # Students Fulltime Teachers Student/Teacher ratio % Free/Discounted Lunch
2008 534 36.0 14.8 62.0
2009 523 36.3 14.4 69.0
2010 512 36.4 14.0 73.2
2011 526 37.7 13.9 78.7
2012 541 37.6 14.3 68.8
2013 552 37.9 14.5 76.4
2014 561 37.3 15.0 80.7

Test score data source: National Center for Education Statistics, U.S. Dept of Education.

About Student-Teacher Ratio
Student/teacher ratio is calculated by dividing the total number of students by the total number of full-time equivalent teachers. Please note that a smaller student/teacher ratio does not necessarily translate to smaller class size. In some instances, schools hire teachers part time, and some teachers are hired for specialized instruction with very small class sizes. These and other factors contribute to the student/teacher ratio. Note: For private schools, Student/teacher ratio may not include Pre-Kindergarten.

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SchoolDigger data sources: National Center for Education Statistics, U.S. Department of Education, the U.S. Census Bureau and the Oklahoma Department of Education.

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