Evergreen Public School District
 

Adequate Yearly Progress

Adequate yearly progress (AYP) sets a standard for accountability, which measures states, schools and districts by the results of state-level tests in 2 main content areas — math and reading. AYP uses this assessment data to measure the academic performance of all students, including subgroups such as children whose families qualify as low-income. The goal — all students reach 100 percent proficiency in math and reading, beginning in 2014.

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School and District Report Cards

Choose from the links below to see individual school report cards. Click here for a district-wide report card.

 High Schools

Middle Schools

Elementary Schools

Evergreen High School

Cascade Middle School

Burnt Bridge Creek Elementary

Heritage High School

Covington Middle School

Burton Elementary

Legacy High School

Frontier Middle School

Columbia Valley Elementary

Mountain View High School

Pacific Middle School

Crestline Elementary

Union High School

Shahala Middle School

Ellsworth Elementary

 

Wy'east Middle School

Endeavour Elementary

 

 

Fircrest Elementary

 

 

Fisher's Landing Elementary

 

 

Harmony Elementary

 

 

Hearthwood Elementary

 

 

Illahee Elementary

 

 

Image Elementary

 

 

Marrion Elementary

 

 

Mill Plain Elementary

 

 

Orchards Elementary

 

 

Pioneer Elementary

 

 

Riverview Elementary

 

 

Sifton Elementary

 

 

Silver Star Elementary

 

 

Sunset Elementary

 

 

York Elementary

Priority and Focus Schools Identified for 2014–15

The Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI), in collaboration with the State Board of Education (SBE), identified a total of 288 schools for accountability and support based on three years of data in either reading/mathematics (combined) or graduation rates. Below is the description of Focus schools:

Focus Schools: Bottom 10% of schools based on the performance of their subgroups in reading/mathematics (combined) or graduation rates; includes Focus schools continuing forward from 2013–14 into 2014–15.

The Evergreen Public Schools has 2 of its 33 schools identified as Focus schools for the 2014-15 school year.  

Marrion Elementary

Marrion Elementary School was recently identified as a Focus school based on an analysis of student achievement as compared with other schools in our state. This analysis specifically identified that our English language learner subgroup has not met our goals or expectations over the past three years on state assessments in reading and mathematics

Crestline Elementary

Crestline, was recently identified as a Focus school based on an analysis of student achievement as compared with other schools in our state. This analysis specifically identified that our students with disabilities subgroup has not met our goals or expectations over the past three years on state assessments in reading and mathematics.