Federal law (the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) as amended by the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA)) requires all states and school districts to provide an annual report card to inform stakeholders about the progress of students and schools on indicators of student achievement, graduation rates, status of ESEA accountability and information on fully certified teachers.
As we have stated in the past:
Regardless of changing state tests, initiatives, or requirements, we-as a community school-remain committed to our vision of being a supportive learning community where everyone, without exception, is committed to becoming better and pulling together to provide a world class education to our students. We will be a school where learning is relevant and driven by meaningful questions that promote inquiry. Moreover, we will be a contributing part of the community that honors the history and traditions of St. George, takes advantage of the resources and relationships within the Town, and actively works to improve the lives of the people of St. George and instill the value of stewardship in our students.
We are committed to supporting student achievement and remember that the results of each test can never tell the whole story, or capture the creative genius, of our students or community.
If you have any questions or would like to talk further, please talk with Christine Miller, the Instructional Coordinator, or Mike Felton, Superintendent/Special Education Director. You can reach them by calling the school (207.372.6312) or through email (firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com).