You can access the Ohio Department of Education's report card for Laurelville Elementary by clicking HERE. Laurelville Elementary met four of our five state indicators, receiving a B in this area. In the area of Value-Added we received a C, which looks at a years worth of student growth. our Annual Measurable Objectives (AMO) was an F. AMO measures whether every student is succedding, regardless of income, race, ethnicity, or disability. We are currently a watch school. A watch school works to close gaps among students who are not performing as well by targeting resources and interventions to those students. We have assembled a Building Leadership Team along with Teacher Based Teams that have been working hard to monitor student growth, implement supports and strengthen school-wide improvement interventions for closing achievement gaps. We will continue working hard to grow every student at Laurelville Elementary. if you would like a hard copy of the report card or have have any questions, feel free to contact the school.
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