Revere and Copley-Fairlawn schools received generally good news from the state on their respective districts, with Revere Local Schools receiving an Excellent with Distinction grade and Copley-Fairlawn City School District receiving an Excellent grade.
“Besides the very smooth opening that we had today, we received the official information from the state that Revere is Excellent with Distinction again,” said Superintendent Randy Boroff.
“We’re very, very happy,” Boroff said. “We like to be able to show our community that their support of the levy in the last year is paying off, and our staff and administrators are still committed, very committed, to a high-quality education and doing great things for our kids.”
Highlights from Revere’s report card:
• Revere met all 26 State Indicators.
• Performance Index was 106.9 out of a possible 120.
• It met Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) and Value-Added Measure was above average.
• Attendance was 96.4 percent, compared to 96.1 percent for “similar” districts and 94.5 percent for the state.
• Graduation rate was 99.6 percent, compared to 98.5 percent for similar districts and 84.3 percent for the state.
Copley-Fairlawn City Schools were graded Excellent in this year’s report card.
“We are 26 of 26 indicators and have been rated excellent for the last six years,” said Copley-Fairlawn Superintendent Brian Poe.
“The area in which we did not meet in the value added is our special education students. We still have some work to do,” Poe said.
Some highlights from Copley-Fairlawn:
• Copley-Fairlawn’s Performance Index was 103.9 out of a possible 120 points.
• Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) was not met, and Value-Added Measure was below average.
• Attendance was 96.1 percent, compared to 95.9 percent for similar districts and 94.5 for the state.
• Graduation rate was 98.5 percent, compared to 97.4 for similar districts and 84.3 for the state.
The State Indicators are based on state assessments, attendance and graduation rates.
The ratings available for school districts are Excellent with Distinction; Excellent; Effective; Continuous Improvement; Academic Watch; and Academic Emergency.
For more information see Five things you need to know about district report cards, or go to reportcard.ohio.gov.