The annual Report to the Community, compiled by the Johnson County School District, is now available online as well as being posted at various public buildings in the community.
The data in the report is from the 2010-2011 school year.
The report gives proficiencies in PAWS testing, graduation rates and other pertinent information the community may be interested in.
Proficiency Assessment for Wyoming Students, or PAWS, was started at Johnson County Schools in 2006, and data has been compiled since then showing steady increases in proficiency in mathematics, reading and writing.
In mathematics, 80% of students were proficient or advanced in 2011, up from 66% in 2006. Reading went from 63% in 2006 to 79% in 2011. Writing proficiency was at 86% in 2011, up from 44% in 2006.
The graduation rate in 2011 for Johnson County was 89%, with the state average at 80.42%, and the national average at 75.5%.
Dr. Rod Kessler, Superintendent of JCSD1, said he was pleased with the numbers, but said the goal is to continue improving.
For the complete report, go to the link at the end of this story at sheridanmedia.com
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