Each year, the Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE) releases the Illinois School Report Card, which measures the academic success and quality of every public school in the state.
The state evaluates certain
and assigns each school a designation based on those indicators. Designations describe how well an individual school is meeting the needs of all its students.
The designations are as follows:
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I am very proud to report that Y115 schools received the following designations for the 2018-2019 school year:
- Exemplary: Yorkville Grade School, Grande Reserve Elementary School
- Commendable: Yorkville High School, Yorkville Middle School,Yorkville Intermediate School, Autumn Creek Elementary School, Bristol Bay Elementary School, Bristol Grade School, Circle Center Grade School
- Underperforming: None
- Lowest-performing: None
While these state designations do not tell the entire story of a school's accomplishments, they provide a good indication of how a school is progressing. This information, in conjunction with the district's Strategic Plan, will help guide the evaluation our program offerings so we can continue to grow and transform our curriculum to meet the needs of our learners.
Dr. Nick Baughman
Associate Superintendent for Learning & Instruction