Using Data for Continuous School Improvement

Using Data for Continuous School Improvement  

January 22, 2016

On December 3-4, 2015, the Nebraska Board of Education released the final AQuESTT classifications for schools to the public. The T&L Department is committed to assisting all of our school districts in their efforts to improve in the six areas of AQuESTT. We continue to collaborate with our team and schools in order to meet any new needs. Here are the district classifications for ESU 10 school districts:

Level 4– Excellent:  Riverside
Level 3– Great: Amherst, Anselmo-Merna, Ansley, Arnold, Broken Bow, Burwell, Callaway, Gothenburg, Kearney, Ord, Pleasanton, Sandhills, and Wood River
Level 2– Good: Arcadia, Central Valley, Centura, Cozad, Elm Creek, Gibbon, Grand Island, Lexington, Litchfield, Loup City, Northwest, Overton, Ravenna, Sargent, Shelton, St. Paul, and SEM
Level 1– Needs Improvement: Elba and Loup County

Loup County Elementary was identified as one of three priority schools in Nebraska. Our staff will continue to reach out to all ESU 10 districts to offer quality products and services that can assist in meeting their AQuESTT needs.

-by Denise O'Brien, Teaching and Learning Director