Outpaced the state average on state assessments
Middleton School District students, as a whole, outpaced the state average on language arts, math and science tests.
“It’s exciting to see how well our students performed compared to their counterparts throughout the state.” said new Superintendent Dr. Sherawn Reberry. “It reflects the hard work of students and staff and the commitment of our community.”
Dr. Reberry joined the district in early August. One of her first priorities was to review last spring’s assessment data from the Idaho State Achievement Test (ISAT) and Idaho Reading Indicator (IRI).
Reports show Middleton student achievement exceeded state averages as a District on ISAT Language Arts, Math, Science and on the Idaho Reading Indicator (IRI).
“I confirmed in my first days on the job that there’s been a strong academic emphasis within our classrooms on teaching and learning. We have a collaborative community of educators and parents who focus on every student learning every day,” Dr. Reberry. “I’m excited to celebrate this accomplishment amongst our staff and students and look forward to continuing the successes of Middleton.”