Evergreen Public Schools Report Cards
Evergreen Public Schools is committed to providing a quality education for every student in our district. We believe that educational excellence can only be achieved through collaboration between the school district and the community.
Standardized tests such as the Measurements of Student Progress (MSP) and High School Proficiency Exam (HSPE) provide valuable snapshots of how our students are doing. It is important to remember, however, that these test results are only one measure of what our students know and are able to do on one test on one particular day.
In Evergreen Public Schools, we believe that all students, given the right environment, will learn and excel when provided with authentically engaging work based on high standards. We believe that in order for students to achieve this, we must provide them with teachers and staff who take the time to know them and challenge them to reach their full potential. We strive to encourage the unique talents and skills of each individual student, not just the ability to pass standardized testing.
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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 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, 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.