District 25 Report Card: Riverton schools mostly meeting long-term goals; Several sub-groups still lagging

    (Riverton, Wyo.) – Fremont County School District #25 Assistant Superintendent Joann Flanagan was probably the only district employee at work on New Years Eve. She was there to complete a required “report card” on how the district stands in regards to its overall performance. The report, she told school board members, also gives the public, and students, how money is being spent in the district and how well students are performing.

    Flanagan said the report card points out the district’s areas of strength and those areas where improvement is needed.


    In her report to the trustees, Flanagan said a portion of the report card is for the district to establish required long-term goals plus some interim targets and then review them each year to see if progress is being made to reach the goals.

    “There are four indicators that are included in the goals, including reading and math achievement, the four-year on-time graduation rate and progress of English Learners becoming English Proficient,” she wrote in the report.

    According to Flanagan, “All of FCSD #25’s K-8 schools met the long term, interim goal progress for the 2017-2018 school year.” She also reported that “Riverton High School met the long-term, interim goals progress for the 2017-2018 school year in all areas with the exception of the graduation rate for all students and the graduation rate for English Learners, Free and Reduced Lunch program students, Hispanic students and those students who identify with two or more races.”

    On the positive side, Flanagan’s report indicated the graduation rate were met for students with Individual Education Plans (IEP), Native American students and White students.


    Read the entire District 25 Report Card.


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