Local School Report Cards Issues

POSTED BY: George Hiotis
Wednesday, January 15, 2003 - 06:10 AM
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It’s report card time, but this time it’s not for the students its for the schools. In the Zanesville City school district the Ohio Department of Education says the district rated lower than this time last year. The district went from continuous improvement to academic watch. Director of Instruction, Kathy Mccray says the district is looking at the data and seeing where the gains have been and where the school district needs improvement. But Mccray adds, overall the district has seen increases in nine of the graded areas over the past four years. The Ohio Department Of Education also released information on other schools in our area…The West Muskingum School district maintained the same grade as last year at continuous improvement. Superintendent Marvin Wourms says the district improved in two more graded areas. East Muskingum school district also maintained the same rating…staying at the effective level. Studies paid off for the Frannklin Local school district which moved from academic watch to continuous improvement. Maysville and Tri-valley school districts received the same rating as last year at continuous improvement.

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