2015 K-PREP ASSESSMENT DATA RELEASED
The Kentucky Department of Education recently released 2015 K-PREP assessment scores. Overall, the Edmonson County School District improved from the 87th percentile to the 89th percentile and was labeled as a proficient school district, just missing being distinguished by two-tenths of a point.
Although the district narrowly missed the distinguished mark, Edmonson County did rank in the top 50 school districts in Kentucky (50th of 173 school districts). “It is exciting to see our test scores reflect the great things that are happening in our district. Every school is working hard and these scores show that we are making progress in focusing on what will help our students achieve,” stated Carol Stice, Supervisor of Instruction.
The scores, percentile ranks, and categories for local schools are: Edmonson County High School (73.4, 83%, Proficient), Edmonson County Middle School (77.1, 98%, Distinguished: School of Distinction), Edmonson County 5/6 Center (64.4, 63%, Needs Improvement), Kyrock Elementary (70.7, 83%, Proficient) and South Edmonson Elementary (68.6, 75%, Proficient).
“We are proud of all of our schools," said Edmonson County Superintendent Patrick Waddell. "We continue to grow and succeed in providing a quality education for our students and these scores validate that effort. It is especially gratifying to see that Edmonson County Middle School is a School of Distinction, ranking 8th in the state, and that Edmonson County High School, Kyrock Elementary, and South Edmonson Elementary are in the Proficient category."
For more information, see the complete school report card data at: http://applications.education.ky.gov/SRC/