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ODE Releases State & LOCAL Student Academic Results

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  • Lincoln County SD
  • Career Tech High
  • Crestview Heights
  • Eddyville Charter
  • Newport High
  • Newport Middle
  • Oceanlake Elementary
  • Sam Case Elementary
  • Siletz Valley Schools
  • Siletz Early College Academy
  • Taft Elementary
  • Taft High 7-12
  • Toledo Elementary
  • Toledo Jr. High
  • Toledo Sr. High
  • Waldport High
  • Yaquina View Elementary

  • SPECIAL EDUCATION
    (for 2015-16 School Year, released May 2017)

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News Release: Oct. 12, 2017

Oregon State Report Cards were released October 12, 2017 for the 2016-17 year. The goal for Lincoln County School District remains the same – use the report to pinpoint areas of strength and weakness to guide the district in continuous improvement.

Superintendent Tom Rinearson summarized in an introduction that this annual report card issued by the Oregon Department of Education offers a summary of student performance and growth in Lincoln County School District. The 2016-17 school year was the third year that Oregon used the Smarter Balanced Assessment, though three of our high schools chose another nationally recognized college placement test whose results are not reflected on the state report card. We are pleased to see the graduation rate for several subgroups exceed the state average (Economically Disadvantaged, Ever English Learners, American Indian, Black, Hispanic and Multi-Racial). We are continuing to adjust our strategies to meet our changing demographic, and have new online tools to help. You can help by monitoring your student’s homework, attending parent/teacher conferences, volunteering and reviewing your student’s assignments and progress reports. We look forward to partnering with you to ensure all students reach their potential.  

The reports are listed above and are available online, for current and past years, on the Oregon Department of Education website (www.ode.state.or.us).

Anyone with questions about assessment results is encouraged to contact their local school principal, or they may contact:

Vince Dye, Data Coordinator
Email: vince.dye@lincoln.k12.or.us

Phone: 541-265-9211