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High School adequate yearly progress results released

Posted Friday, July 22, 2005

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A complete list of Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) results has been released by the North Carolina Department of Instruction. Elementary and middle school results were released on Monday, July 18, but high school results were not finalized until Wednesday, July 20. AYP is part of the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 and measures school progress based on academic, attendance, and graduation data.

In Chatham County Schools eleven of fifteen schools made AYP for the school year 2005-2006. Schools that made AYP were Bennett, Bonlee, Chatham Central, Chatham Middle, Horton Middle, Moncure, North Chatham, Northwood, Perry Harrison, Siler City Elementary, and Silk Hope. Four remaining schools narrowly missed making AYP by only one or two goals. These schools were J.S. Waters, Jordan-Matthews, Pittsboro Elementary, and SAGE Academy. Nationwide schools are required to meet all target goals in order to make AYP. A complete list of schools in the district and their number of target AYP goals can be found at http://www8.chatham.k12.nc.us/ayp/index.html

“We commend our schools on their diligence as they prepared for state-mandated testing and for their work throughout the school year. Administrators and teachers have given thoughtful consideration to their highest areas of need and found innovative ways of helping their students be more successful. An example is the commitment to Saturday Academy countywide for students in grades three, five, and eight during the end-of-grade re-testing time,” said Dr. Ann Hart, Superintendent.

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CHATHAM COUNTY SCHOOLS
11 school(s) (or 73.3%) out of 15 made Adequate Yearly Progress

School: 304 BENNETT ELEMENTARY
School made Adequate Yearly Progress
School met 9 (or 100.0%) out of 9 target goals

School: 308 BONLEE ELEMENTARY
School made Adequate Yearly Progress
School met 13 (or 100.0%) out of 13 target goals

School: 310 SAGE ACADEMY
School did not make Adequate Yearly Progress
School met 0 (or 0.0%) out of 2 target goals

School: 312 CHATHAM MIDDLE
School made Adequate Yearly Progress
School met 29 (or 100.0%) out of 29 target goals

School: 316 CHATHAM CENTRAL HIGH
School made Adequate Yearly Progress
School met 9 (or 100.0%) out of 9 target goals

School: 328 HORTON MIDDLE
School made Adequate Yearly Progress
School met 17 (or 100.0%) out of 17 target goals

School: 332 J S WATERS ELEMENTARY
School did not make Adequate Yearly Progress
School met 15 (or 88.2%) out of 17 target goals

School: 336 JORDAN MATTHEWS HIGH
School did not make Adequate Yearly Progress
School met 19 (or 90.5%) out of 21 target goals

School: 340 MONCURE ELEMENTARY
School made Adequate Yearly Progress
School met 13 (or 100.0%) out of 13 target goals

School: 341 NORTH CHATHAM ELEMENT
School made Adequate Yearly Progress
School met 25 (or 100.0%) out of 25 target goals

School: 342 NORTHWOOD HIGH
School made Adequate Yearly Progress
School met 13 (or 100.0%) out of 13 target goals

School: 346 PERRY W HARRISON ELEM
School made Adequate Yearly Progress
School met 17 (or 100.0%) out of 17 target goals

School: 348 PITTSBORO ELEMENTARY
School did not make Adequate Yearly Progress
School met 12 (or 92.3%) out of 13 target goals

School: 350 SILER CITY ELEMENTARY
School made Adequate Yearly Progress
School met 21 (or 100.0%) out of 21 target goals

School: 352 SILK HOPE ELEMENTARY
School made Adequate Yearly Progress
School met 13 (or 100.0%) out of 13 target goals

[High School Results Added on 7/20/2005]

 
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