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Henderson County Schools Score Higher than State Averages in 2017 State Assessment

The areas of achievement include:  reading, mathematics, science (high school), social studies, writing (elementary), and language mechanics (elementary and middle).

 

 

Reading Proficient/Distinguished Performance Percentages for

Henderson County Schools

 

 

 Mathematics Proficient/Distinguished Performance Percentages for

Henderson County Schools

 

Science Proficient/Distinguished Performance Percentages for

Henderson County Schools

 

 

Social Studies Proficient/Distinguished Performance Percentages for

Henderson County Schools

 

 

Writing On-Demand Proficient/Distinguished Performance Percentages for Henderson County Schools

 

Language Mechanics Proficient/Distinguished Performance Percentages for
Henderson County Schools

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The 2016-17 school year is a transition period away from the Unbridled Learning Accountability Model to a new accountability model.  The new model is expected to be in effect in the 2018-19 school year. The changes to the accountability model are in response to Senate Bill 1 and federal Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA).

 Senate Bill 1 (SB1) 2017

The accountability system shall include:

  • An annual overall summative performance evaluation of each school and district compared to the goals established by the Kentucky Department of Education.  
    The evaluation for each school and district shall:

Not consist of a single summative numerical score that ranks schools against each other; and

Be based on a combination of academic and school quality indicators and measures, with greater weight assigned to the academic measures.

 “We are extremely proud of our students and staff for their achievements and success in all assessment areas. The hard work, focus, and the goals we had set in the previous year are reflective in our numbers being higher than state averages,” states Marganna Stanley, Superintendent of Henderson County Schools.

 In addition, Spottsville Elementary School and South Middle School both achieved a  score of 100 points in math. Spottsville Elementary School and A.B. Chandler Elementary both achieved a score of 100 points in language mechanics. Spottsville Elementary School achieved a score of 100 points in social studies.

 For more information, please contact Director of Assessment and Accountability Kim White at 270.831.5000 or email: white@henderson.kyschools.us

 

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