While still smarting from a district grade of C this year, Polk Public Schools administrators are encouraged by other results and are looking ahead to improve that standing.
“We are certainly not satisfied with a district grade of C, but we also realize it is based on a single measure within the state’s accountability system that has undergone significant changes this year,” David Lewis, associate superintendent of learning, said. “However, we are encouraged by the positive results we are seeing in other key areas that we believe will lead to improvement in the future.”
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