DONNELLSON, IOWA — Both Central Lee High School and Middle School have achieved "High Performing" status on the 2023-24 Iowa Department of Education School Performance Profiles.
The Iowa Department of Education recently released the profiles, which include index scores and rating categories for every public school in the state. Both CLHS and CLMS have improved their rating to "High Performing."
The middle school’s overall composite score was a 61.28, while the high school scored a 61.79.
“We are exceptionally proud of the outstanding performance achieved by both our middle school and high school on the Iowa School Performance Profiles,” said Dr. Andy Crozier, Central Lee Superintendent. “As a district, we are unwavering in our commitment to fostering continued improvement in all aspects of education. We look forward to building on this success and making even greater strides in the years to come.”
CLHS attributes its success in the profile to its data-driven approach and dedication to whole group, small group, and individualized instruction. The school also places a strong emphasis on student accountability in order to foster both their academic and social growth.
The CLMS staff's dedication to collaborative teaching ensures high-quality, timely, and relevant instruction for students. Their teamwork is a key factor in the school's improved performance and success.
Both schools and their staff are deeply committed to providing personalized support and creating opportunities for academic success for their students. Central Lee fosters a positive school culture for both teachers and students, encouraging collaborative efforts among teachers within their respective subject areas through their professional learning communities.
Launched in 2018, the Iowa School Performance Profiles fulfill state and federal requirements by providing report cards that reflect the performance of all public schools.
To access the Iowa School Performance Profiles, visit https://www.iaschoolperformance.gov.
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