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Sheridan County School District #3
Sheridan County District #3 2019-20 Report Card
Empowering students to succeed as life long learners through diverse and individual educational opportunities.
Parents are critical partners in a school's success. Just as your child's report card shows how he or she is performing, this school report card shows you how your child's school is performing in multiple areas. It is designed to show the school's strengths in addition to challenges that need to be addressed in order to ensure we are meeting the needs of all students.
HOW DID STUDENTS PERFORM OVERALL IN EACH SUBJECT?
USED granted a waiver for the cancellation of the state assessment and federal accountability for the
2019-2020 academic year due to the COVID pandemic. Subsequently, no achievement data is available for the 2019-20 school year. Performance results shown on this page are for the 2018-2019 school year.
The 2017-18 school year was the first year of implementation of a new state academic achievement assessment, the Wyoming Test of Proficiency and Progress (WY-TOPP), in Math and English Language Arts (ELA) in grades 3 through 10. Science is measured in grades 4, 8, and 10. This report card contains performance data on students who took alternate assessments as well. To protect individual student confidentiality for WY-ALT, results are not reported for 5 or fewer students and performance percentages are capped at 5% and 95%.
English Language Arts
District Average is 59%
State Average is 56%
District Average is 64%
State Average is 51%
District Average is 75%
State Average is 49%
>=98% Participation Rate
HOW DID THIS DISTRICT PERFORM IN EACH SUBJECT OVER THE LAST THREE YEARS?
2016-2017 Results are for PAWS 2017-2019 Results are from New WY TOPP
HOW DID EACH GRADE LEVEL IN THIS DISTRICT PERFORM IN EACH SUBJECT?
The information below shows how each population of students performed. It is broken down by group to show whether or not a school is serving all of its students well. When there are gaps for certain groups of students, schools will use that information to understand how they can better serve those groups to ensure that all students are performing at grade level.
* Number of students tested. Groups with 10 or less students per grade are not shown.