Speaker of the Ohio House William G. Batchelder (R-Medina) today applauded the school districts of the 69th Ohio House District for outstanding achievement on their 2010-2011 School Year Report Cards.

All seven of Medina County’s school district earned at least an “Excellent” designation. Specifically, Black River Local School District, Brunswick City School District, Buckeye Local School District, Cloverleaf Local School District, Highland Local School District, and Medina City School District all received an “Excellent” rating, while Wadsworth City School District earned an “Excellent with Distinction” designation, the highest ranking possible.

“I am very proud of our schools and the teachers, administrators, students and parents who have worked hard to improve our communities,” Speaker Batchelder said. “A sound, effective education system is the backbone of Ohio’s long-term prosperity, and to have our local schools achieving and performing so highly is very humbling as a lawmaker.”

The 2010-2011 District Report Cards measure the progress that school districts have made based on four measures of performance: state indicators, performance index, adequate yearly progress, and value-added measure. A combination of the four measures is the basis for assigning state designations to districts, buildings and community schools.


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