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Havasu Schools learn their grades

 Letter Grades for LHC Schools
Letter Grades for LHC Schools

Arizona schools have been graded based on students’ performances on AzMERIT standardized tests. All Havasu schools passed, except for Thunderbolt Middle School, which received a failing grade.

In a letter to parents addressing the school’s low mark, Thunderbolt Principal Mari Jo Mulligan did not make any excuses.

“We cannot argue we earned this letter grade for last year’s data; however we are in a very different reality this year that is already resulting in improved learning for students as indicated by assessments we have reviewed from our first quarter,” Mulligan wrote.


Read the full story at Today's News-Herald (Oct 6, 2017)

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