AYP

2011 ELKIN CITY SCHOOLS AYP REPORT

 Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) measures the yearly progress of different groups of students at the school, district, and state levels against yearly targets in reading/language arts and mathematics. Title I schools and districts are especially affected if they do not make AYP. About half the schools inNorth Carolinareceive Title I funding as do all 115 of the state’s school districts. AYP results must be publicly reported.  Elkin City Schools is pleased to share the results for the 2010-2011 school year. 

 These results are preliminary pending State Board approval on August 4, 2011.

LEA: 861 Elkin City Schools
1 School(s) (or 33.3%) out of 3 made Adequate Yearly Progress

 

School: 304 Elkin Elementary
School did not make Adequate Yearly Progress
School met 18 (or 85.7%) out of 21 target goals

 

School: 308 Elkin High
School made Adequate Yearly Progress
School met 9 (or 100.0%) out of 9 target goals

 

School: 312 Elkin Middle
School did not make Adequate Yearly Progress
School met 12 (or 92.3%) out of 13 target goals

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2009-2010 AYP Results

 LEA: 861 Elkin City Schools
1 school(s) (or 33.3%) out of 3 made Adequate Yearly Progress

 

School: 304 Elkin Elementary
School made Adequate Yearly Progress
School met 19 (or 100.0%) out of 19 target goals

 

School: 308 Elkin High
School did not make Adequate Yearly Progress
School met 9 (or 81.8%) out of 11 target goals

 

School: 312 Elkin Middle
School did not make Adequate Yearly Progress
School met 12 (or 92.3%) out of 13 target goals

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2008-2009 AYP Release

 

LEA: 861 Elkin City Schools
3 school(s) (or 100.0%) out of 3 made Adequate Yearly Progress

 

School: 304 Elkin Elementary
School made Adequate Yearly Progress
School met 17 (or 100.0%) out of 17 target goals

 

School: 308 Elkin High
School made Adequate Yearly Progress
School met 9 (or 100.0%) out of 9 target goals

 

School: 312 Elkin Middle
School made Adequate Yearly Progress
School met 13 (or 100.0%) out of 13 target goals

 

July 17, 2008 AYP Release

 

 Results reported are based on the 2007-08 Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) targets for all high schools
 and only the targets in mathematics for schools with any grades 3-8.

 

  • Elkin City Schools made AYP and met 28 (100%) out of 28 target goals.

 

  • Elkin Elementary School made AYP and met 17 (100%) out of 17 target goals.

 

  • Elkin Middle School made AYP and met 10 (100%) out of 10 target goals.

 

  • Elkin High School made AYP and met 9 (100%) out of 9 target goals.