Medical Lake students show growth in NWEA testing
Medical Lake School District students continue to increase their reading and math scores.
Kim Headrick, director of teaching and learning, unveiled Northwest Evaluation Association (NWEA) math and reading test scores for the 2013-14 school year at the June school board meeting.
Headrick explained that all-day kindergarten was at 100 percent growth for reading and 99 percent in math scores for the first year in Medical Lake.
“A lot of these kids are outgrowing their grade level in reading and math and are ready for the next level,” Headrick said.
In addition to kindergarten, second,...
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