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OK Department of Education releases school district grades

Oklahoma City- The Oklahoma State Department of Education has released district report cards for area schools.

The three largest school districts in southwest Oklahoma received a "C". They are Lawton, Altus and Duncan.

Only three districts in the area earned the top honor, an "A"... Central High, Bishop and Big Pasture.

Olustee and Davidson Schools received the lowest grades in our area, with a "D".

Officials say the report was for entire school districts as opposed to the report cards they put out for every individual school site in October.

District and state report cards were calculated in the same way as school report cards with districts earning a grade point average (GPA) and a letter grade based on:

33% student achievement;

17% overall student growth;

17% bottom quartile student growth;

33% and whole school performance, which for K-12 districts include factors such as student attendance, graduation rates, advanced coursework, school climate surveys, and parent and community engagement; and for K-8 district averages are derived from middle school performance criteria

District data calculations include all students in the district. They are not an average of site grades.

 Here are the grades for all school districts in southwest Oklahoma:

CADDO

  • Anadarko, C.
  • Binger-Oney, C.
  • Boone-Apache, C.
  • Carnegie, B.
  • Cement, C.
  • Cyril, C.
  • Fort Cobb-Broxton, B.
  • Gracemont, C.
  • Hinton, B.
  • Hydro-Eakly, B.
  • Lookeba Sickles, C.

COMANCHE

  • Bishop, A.
  • Cache, B.
  • Chattanooga, B.
  • Elgin, B.
  • Fletcher, C.
  • Flower Mound, C.
  • Geronimo, B.
  • Indiahoma, B.
  • Lawton, C.
  • Sterling, C.

COTTON

  • Big Pasture, A.
  • Temple, B.
  • Walters, C.

GRADY

  • Alex, B.
  • Amber-Pocasset, A.
  • Bridge Creek, B.
  • Chickasha, C.
  • Friend, C.
  • Middleberg, B.
  • Minco, B.
  • Ninnekah, C.
  • Pioneer, A.
  • Rush Springs, B.
  • Tuttle, B.
  • Verden, C.

JACKSON

  • Altus, C.
  • Blair, C.
  • Duke, C.
  • Eldorado, C.
  • Navajo, B.
  • Olustee, D.

JEFFERSON

  • Ryan, C.
  • Ringling, C.
  • Terral, C.
  • Waurika, B.

STEPHENS

  • Bray-Doyle, C.
  • Central High, A.
  • Comanche, B.
  • Duncan, C.
  • Empire, B.
  • Grandview, B.
  • Marlow, B.
  • Velma-Alma, C.

TILLMAN

  • Davidson, D.
  • Frederick, C.
  • Grandfield, B.
  • Tipton, C.
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