Last week the state released its School Performance Profiles (SPPs). Our schools graded out near the top, with five of the six finishing in the top 3% and meeting the state’s criteria for ‘schools of distinction.’ I have summarized the results and included last year’s results as a point of comparison:
These are great results, and it reflects that high quality of our teachers, administrators, and parents in the district! And it is good to see improvement almost across the board.
For those interested in full details on each school, please visit PDE’s web site here.
If you think Pocopson Elementary now looks a bit lonely at the bottom of the list, you are not alone. I have raised this concern with the administration, and I look forward to hearing more about their improvement plans at our next board meeting.