Posted on October 23, 2014 10:44 am by Robert Joseph Baker
Clarendon School District 3’s recently announced results on the federal report cards are the result of “dedication, focus and effective planning,” said Superintendent Connie Dennis.
The district scored a 80.9, a B, which means it exceeded the state’s expectations. Overall, the elementary and high school students tested scored A’s, while the middle school students scored a D. Dennis admitted there is work to do at the middle school level, but she was pleased with the A’s from the elementary and high school students.
“We embrace a solid plan to teach children,” she said. “There is a constant emphasis on tracking student performance. We realize there are subgroups that need attention, which we will study and monitor.”