First Round of State Scores Released
The State Department of Education released the 3rd Grade English Language Arts (ELA) scores Thursday afternoon. Superintendent James Tager wanted to share some of the highlights from the report, saying "This gives us great insight into how our 3rd graders are performing. It also allows us to get vital reading help to those who need it through our summer reading camp."
- Overall, 62% of Flagler County 3rd graders scored a "3" or higher. This puts Flagler Schools 22nd out of 67 districts. As a comparison, Volusia County's rate was 56%, putting them 40th.
- Old Kings Elementary School had 22% Level 5 students. This is the highest level. It is higher than the 9% state average and is an 11% increase over last year's score.
- Rymfire Elementary had 9% Level 1 students. The state average is 20%.
- Bunnell Elementary School 3rd graders maintained their 12% Level 5 students, which, again is higher than the 9% state average.
- Wadsworth Elementary School increased the percentage of students scoring a level 3 by 6%, which is also 6% higher than the state level.
- Belle Terre Elementary School had the highest number of students with disabilities earning a level 3 or higher.
- 4 of our 5 traditional elementary schools have fewer level 1 students than the state average.
- 3 out of our 5 traditional elementary schools have a higher percentage of proficient readers (level 4 and 5) than the state average.
- 3 our of our 5 traditional elementary schools have a higher percentage of students scoring level 3 or above than the state average.
This is just the first round of test results to be released by the state over the coming months. We look forward to the other reports and will share those results once we get them. For additional information from the State Department of Education, click here.