• Central Elementary School's Data 

    At various times during the year, data is collected and used to make decisions related to instruction, allocation of resources, or revise school procedures.  Data is also collected in order to analyze our progress in achieving goals for improving student achievement.  

    The annual NC School Report Card compiles data and provides comprehensive school and district information in one, easy to navigate location.  This Report Card includes important, detailed information about our school’s performance, class size, attendance, school safety, and instructional resources. The Report Cards also provide details about school performance under the federal Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA).

    For the first time, schools received a letter grade A-F to reflect overall student academic achievement and growth in the school. The letter grades are based on student performance (80%) and academic growth (20%).

    These Report Cards are an excellent tool for parents to use in gathering data about their school.  Parents and community members are encouraged to view the information and ask additional questions to learn more about the special programs and efforts to improve student achievement.   Use the link below to access the NC School Report Card.  View the presentation below to find out more about what's included and what's not included in the School Report Card Grades.  

     

    North Carolina School Report Cards

     
     
Last Modified on February 22, 2019