Martin County School District again achieves A rating from Florida Department of Education

 

 

From The Martin County School District: The State of Florida Department of Education recently released district and school grades. The Martin County School District retained their A grade as measured by the proficiency and growth measures of the Florida Standards Assessment, Florida Standards Alternate Assessments, and End of Course Assessments administered to students in grades 3-11. Additional measures included in the calculation of district and school grades include middle school acceleration, college and career acceleration and graduation rate.  

“We celebrate the continued success of our schools, teachers, students, parents and the entire Martin County School District leadership team on earning an ‘A’ grade designation from the Florida Department of Education,” says Laurie J. Gaylord, superintendent of the Martin County School District. “A lot of time, sacrifice and hard work went in to achieving this remarkable outcome and we couldn’t be more pleased with all who made it possible. It’s an accomplishment that the entire community can truly take pride in.”

Both Jensen Beach Elementary School and Dr. David L Anderson Middle School raised their grade from B to A.  Other district achievements include:

·        MCSD remains the only “A” rated school district on the Treasure Coast

·        MCSD is tied for 5th in the state in Mathematics Learning Gains

·        MCSD is 7th in the state for Social Studies Achievement

·        MCSD is tied for 11th in the state in English Language Arts Learning Gains

·        MCSD is 11th in the state in Mathematics Achievement

·        MCSD increased total points earned over 16-17

·        MCSD increased Middle School Acceleration by 7 points over 16-17

David L. Anderson Middle School and Indiantown Middle School increased their Social Studies Achievement by 22 and 15 percentage points respectively. Other school accomplishments include:

·        Hidden Oaks Middle School is in the top 10 % of middle schools for total points earned as well as English Language Arts Achievement, English Language Arts Learning Gains, Mathematics      Achievement, Mathematics Learning Gains

·        Bessey Creek Elementary School is in the top 10% of elementary schools in the state for total points earned as well as in Mathematics Learning Gains of the Lowest Quartile

·        Clark Advanced Learning Center was in the top 10% of the state for all 8 components for which they received a grade

·        Jensen Beach Elementary School increased their Mathematics Learning Gains by 13 percentage points from 16-17

·        Hidden Oaks Middle School increased their Mathematics Learning Gains of the Lowest Quartile by 18 percentage points from 16-17

·        SeaWind Elementary School increased their Science Achievement by 10 percentage points over 16-17

·        Pinewood Elementary School increased their Science Achievement by 19 percentage points over 16-17

·        Dr. David L. Anderson Middle School increased their Science Achievement by 11 percentage points over 16-17

·        Stuart Middle School increased their Middle School Acceleration by 13 percentage points over 16-17

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