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JOLTS & VOLTS
Thursday, March 13th
Please join us for this exciting presentation put on by the
Seattle Pacific Science Center!
Darrington Elementary Is A Title School
Families and Community,
School District uses Title I funds from the federal government at Darrington
Elementary. These funds are intended for
and used for supplemental assistance to the core curriculum. Title I programs also help students meet the
state content and performance standards in reading, language arts, and
we use Title I funds in a school wide model which affords us more flexibility
in providing additional resources for our students. The emphasis in a school
wide program is on serving all students and combining all resources, as
allowed, to achieve the goal of improving academic achievement. As a parent/guardian of a student in the
Darrington School District, you have the right to know the professional
qualifications of the teachers. If you
have questions regarding the qualifications of teachers or paraprofessionals,
please contact the district office.
following information our district report card from 2012-2013 school year. This report card can be found on line at:
http://reportcard.ospi.k12.wa.us/summary.aspx?year=2012-13. The MSP and EOC scores indicated on this
“Report Card” came from the test given during the spring of 2013. Individual student scores were sent home
earlier this year. Please note that with
such a small sample size, with some grades having only 25 students, we do not
meet the minimum numbers to get strong statistical data by the different
strands. We like to focus on individual
student scores and their areas of strength and need.
you for your continued support for our students and staff. As we continue to work as a team, we will see
our students gain the skills necessary to take them to the next level of
learning. As always, if you have any
questions, please do not hesitate to contact me.