High Plains reflects on state test results

As state-wide testing results for the 2018-19 school year have now become available, High Plains Principal Cameron Hudson and Supt. Brian Tonniges both took a moment to assess the numbers and their plans for the future.
“HPC is working hard to analyze the data and determine areas of improvement,” Tonniges reported. “The staff and administration continue to work on identifying proper intervention strategies, gaps in curriculum and teaching strategies to address the data that shows areas of minimal or no growth.”
As part of the state test results from the previous year (2018-19), scores are compared against peer schools. Those scores are determined based on the 12 Nebraska public schools, or districts, that are most similar to High Plains on a range of variables, including school, district and community characteristics.

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