recently received a high performing designation after a state-mandated performance review, according to a news release.
The state’s Quality Single Accountability Continuum reviews the district’s instruction and program, fiscal management, governance, operations, and personnel. The district ranged from 80 to 100 percent in the review, the release said.
“The School District is very pleased with these results and will continue to remain focused on providing the best education possible for our students,” the release said.
Acting Commissioner of Education Chris Cerf will recommend the district to the State Board of Education to be certified as providing a “thorough and efficient system of education,” the release said.