February 12, 2020
MRE Report Card
Dear Parents and Guardians,
We are pleased to attach a copy of our school's report card. It contains information about school and district accountability, achievement, our students and teachers, and other important measures of school performance.
The first page of the report card contains important accountability information:
Accountability and Assistance Levels: Schools and districts are placed into one of five accountability and assistance levels (1-5), with the highest rating being Level 1 and lowest rating being Level 5. Our school has been given an accountability designation of “no level” because students in our school participated in the 2017 Next-Generation MCAS tests.
We are proud to report that the number of students either meeting or exceeding state benchmarks has increased by two percentage points over last year. In addition, the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education reports that MRE is performing better than 75% of elementary and middle schools across the commonwealth on standardized tests.
The first page of the report card also shows how students in our school are performing on the Massachusetts Comprehensive Assessment System (MCAS) tests. Achievement and progress information is reported for our school and is also compared to the performance of our district and the state.
The second page of the report card provides information about the students and teachers in our school as compared to the district and the state. Also included are other important measures of school performance, such as attendance, suspension rates, and high school performance.
The full report card can be accessed at the following website:
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Special Education & Civil Rights Review
Monday, March 2nd, 6pm
12 Green Road, Bolton, MA Rm. 216
COME LEARN ABOUT HOW DISTRICT SPECIAL EDUCATION & CIVIL RIGHTS PRACTICES ARE REVIEWED.
The Massachusetts Department of Elementary & Secondary Education, with the support of Nashoba Regional School District SEPAC, will host a Parent Orientation to explain the upcoming Special Education & Civil Rights review.
Parent input is an important part of the review process. We hope you will join us to learn about your upcoming Special Education and Civil Rights review. You may contact Joan DeAngelis at 978-779-0539 x 3013 with questions about the parent orientation or the review.