Glen Oak Elementary Got an A+

Glen Oak Elementary School Got an A+  

Glen Oak Elementary School

Glen Oak Elementary –  The Olentangy Local Elementary school  in Lewis Center, Ohio received a grade of ‘Excellent with Distinction’ on it’s preliminary report card from the Ohio Department of Education last week.

The preliminary report cards of some schools could change for the 2011 – 2012 school year. The state is in the midst of an audit of attendance numbers.   Delaware County, Ohio Back to School, report cards are usually released in August just as students are heading back to school.

Ohio school grades

The grades / report cards available to Ohio schools from the Ohio Department of Education are:

  • Excellent with Distinction
  • Excellent
  • Effective
  • Continuous Improvement
  • Academic Watch
  • Academic Emergency

To use six grades that most of us can relate to:

A+ = Excellent with Distinction  Glen Oak Elementary School Sign
A = Excellent
B = Effective
C = Continuous Improvement
D= Academic Watch
F= Academic Emergency

The Columbus Dispatch and a TV station used A, B, C, etc. in explaining the prelimary results.  The Columbus Dispatched used “C”  to refer to a central Ohio school districts  report card.  That school received a “Continuous Improvement” report card from the Ohio Department of Education according to the spreadsheet on the state site.  All report cards are preliminary and could change.

Delaware County, Ohio’s school district grades, the Olentangy Local School District received a report card of  ‘Excellent with Distinction’ too.

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