NE tops district growth in 2-5 science; 6-8 math

Recognizing Excellence Through Growth

The mission of The Varnett Public School is to provide a rigorous academic program which meets the needs of our diverse population.

By recognizing student growth on the NWEA MAP GROWTH, an assessment that measures grade-level proficiency in math, reading, and science throughout the year, we create a platform to celebrate our students’ partnership with the district in being dedicated to excellence in all things.

The NWEA MAP BOY 2021 Campus Growth Recognitions honors the efforts of our students who continue the legacy of excellence within The Varnett Public School.

Thank you, students and parents/guardians, for all you do to support excellence on our campuses.

What is NWEA?

NWEA stands for Northwest Evaluation Association,  a non-profit organization that has assessed more than 4.5 million students. NWEA has a presence in 49 countries, 50 states and 3,400 districts.

What is MAP?

MAP stands for Measures of Academic Progress.

What is BOY?

BOY stands for Beginning of Year.

Most Growth in Science 

Grades 2-5

Campus Director: Dr. Toron Wooldridge

 

Most Growth in Math

Grades 6-8

Campus Director: Dr. Toron Wooldridge

Sixth Grade Teacher: Ms. Marshelle Petty

Seventh and Eighth Grade Teacher: Mr. Donald Bell

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