Dennis: District 3’s report card results come from ‘dedication, focus, effective planning’
by Robert Joseph Baker | October 23, 2014 10:44 am
The district scored a 80.9, a B, which means it exceeded the state’s expectations. Overall, the elementary and high school students tested scored A’s, while the middle school students scored a D. Dennis admitted there is work to do at the middle school level, but she was pleased with the A’s from the elementary and high school students.
“We embrace a solid plan to teach children,” she said. “There is a constant emphasis on tracking student performance. We realize there are subgroups that need attention, which we will study and monitor.”