West Liberty-Salem Local School District was the only district that fell in their overall grade. The district fell from a “B” to a ”C.”
Urbana City School District’s grade was a “D”, which what it earned last year.
Each school and district in the state has received a report card with an A-F grade.
More than half of each school’s overall grade depends on how students perform on state tests each spring. Six factors are nearly evenly weighted- achievement, progress and “gap closing” on state tests, plus graduation rate, improving K-3 reading and a “prepared for success” measure based on high school accomplishments.
Here is how every other district in Champaign County scored:
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Graham Local School District: C
Triad Local School District: C
Urbana City School District: D
West-Liberty Salem Local School District: C
According to statistics from the state report card, here is every school in Champaign County’s 4-year graduation rate for the 2018-19 school year:
Mechanicsburg Exempted Village: 100%
West Liberty-Salem Local School District: 97.7%
Triad Local: 93.6%
Graham Local School District: 93.3%
Urbana City School District: 85.7%