Warren City Schools Report Card Data
Based upon the Ohio Department of Education report card calculations the Warren City Schools has every reason to celebrate that they have moved out of Academic Watch and into Continuous Improvement. One of the major accomplishments of the students and staff in the Warren City Schools was moving the District’s Value Added designation from BELOW to ABOVE. What this data indicates is that the students in the Warren City Schools have shown more than a year’s growth in the 2011-2012 school year. The District is still waiting for additional data to be released which could move the District up in designation to the rating of Effective. The District is working with Ohio Department of Education for release of this data.
Additionally, the District is celebrating the rating increase at their Jefferson K-8 building from moving from Academic Watch to Continuous Improvement and their Lincoln K-8 building moving from Continuous Improvement to Effective. All of the schools including Willard K-8, McGuffey K-8 and Warren G. Harding showed improvements in their Performance Index, contributing to the overall success and rating increase of the District.
All of these assumptions are based upon the Ohio Department of Education report card rules and calculations for the determination of report card rankings. Melissa Watson, Director of Teaching and Learning, stated that “all of these accomplishments were made possible by the hard work and dedication of the students, staff, their families and Warren City community”.