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Posted: Sep 17, 2014 4:39 PMUpdated: Sep 17, 2014 4:39 PM

School Report Cards Issued

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Jon Eastman

The Oklahoma Department of Education released their A-F report cards for public schools across the state Wednesday afternoon and most local schools received a passing grade. Bartlesville schools had three schools receive an A+, the High School, Mid-High School, and Wayside Elementary. Hoover and Wilson Elementary Schools each received an A-. Madison Middle School and Ranch Heights Elementary earned B+s, Central a B grade, Kane Elementary received a C+ and Jane Phillips got a D+.

Dewey Elementary got a B-, Dewey Middle School a B, and the High School a B+.

In a release, BPSD Superintendent Dr. Gary Quinn said, “ our goal is for each one of our sites to receive an A+, and our district will continue working hard to achieve that goal. ...we have outstanding teachers and staff, and their efforts are to be applauded. I would also like to thank our parents for supporting their children’s academic achievement.”

Dr. David Wilkins, Dewey Schools Superintendent in a release stated, “Although we are pleased with the scores that we received, we do recognize there is always room for improvement. Our administrative team will continue to work with our teachers to identify weak areas in both curriculum and methodology and work to resolve those issues.” To read the full statements from each district, visit this story on our website bartlesvilleradio.com.

 

 

 

Bartlesville Public School District Statement

 

Under the A-F grading system, Bartlesville High School and Bartlesville Mid-High School both received an A+. Central Middle School received a B and Madison Middle School received a B+. At the elementary level, Richard Kane Elementary School received a C+, Hoover Elementary School received an A-, Jane Phillips Elementary School received a D+, Ranch Heights Elementary School received a B+, Wayside Elementary School received an A+ and Wilson Elementary School received an A-.

 

“We are pleased with the work that each of our school sites has done. As a district, we have worked extremely hard to ensure success at all of our school sites. Obviously, our goal is for each one of our sites to receive an A+, and our district will continue working hard to achieve that goal. In the Bartlesville Public School District, we have outstanding teachers and staff, and their efforts are to be applauded. I would also like to thank our parents for supporting their children’s academic achievement. Moving forward, we will continue to provide our students with the best education possible,” said BPSD Superintendent Dr. Gary W. Quinn.

 

Dewey Public School District Statement

 

Our “grades” are as follow:

 

Our elementary received a B-

Our middle school received a B

Our high school received a B+

 

These scores reflect a small increase in the elementary and middle school and a slight decrease in our high school score

 

DPS has a great team of teachers that work very hard to ensure that our students are successful. Although we are pleased with the scores that we received, we do recognize there is always room for improvement. Our administrative team will continue to work with our teachers to identify weak areas in both curriculum and methodology and work to resolve those issues.


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