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Find Out Which Norwalk Schools Made Progress

NORWALK, Conn. ? Did your school make Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) according to the No Child Left Behind report issued this week? Here is a list of schools that did?and didn't?and the reasons for not making it.

Schools that made AYP* through Safe Harbor:

Roton Middle School?three consecutive years

Cranbury Elementary School?three consecutive years

Tracey Elementary School?two consecutive years

Jefferson Elementary School?two consecutive years

Naramake Elementary School

Silvermine Elementary School

Wolfpit Elementary School

Schools that did not make AYP:

Brookside Elementary School?whole school reading and math

Kendall Elementary School?whole school reading and math

Rowayton School?whole school reading and math

Ponus Ridge Middle School?whole school reading and math

Norwalk High School?whole school reading and math

Brien McMahon High School?whole school reading and math

Side by Side Community School?whole school reading and math

Briggs High School?whole school math

Columbus Magnet School?whole school reading

Fox Run Elementary School?whole school reading

Marvin Elementary School?whole school reading

Nathan Hale Middle School?subgroup math and reading

* To make Annual Yearly Progress, a school and its subgroups (low-income, minority and special needs students) need to meet this year’s No Child Left Behind proficiency standards–approximately 90 percent of students meeting the standard. A school can also make Annual Yearly Progress through the Safe Harbor provision by decreasing below-proficiency scores by 10 percent in all subgroups.

You can email Moina Noor at mnoor@mainstreetconnect.us.

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