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Campbell Students Progress Despite the Pandemic

Ohio Report Card

The 2020-2021 school year was incredibly challenging and disruptive due to the pandemic we all faced. Therefore, there are no official state ratings, but data is available to help guide future practice and determine the best possible delivery of student instruction.

Ohio’s Report Card component, Improving At Risk K-3 Readers, looks at how successful schools are at improving reading for at-risk K-3 students. Despite the pandemic, Campbell City Schools saw an increase in this measure as we moved a number of off-track students to on-track.

As a result, we continue to celebrate the teachers’ dedication to our literacy framework. Our teachers taught tirelessly throughout the entire pandemic engaging both remote and in-person learners every day. The staff continues to implement the Literacy Collaborative framework which provides research-based instruction that develops a well-rounded reader.

Additionally, the Progress Component measures how groups of students made progress as compared to statewide expectations of growth. According to data released by the Ohio Department of Education, Campbell City Schools made more progress than expected in 9 of the 13 measured areas and made progress similar to statewide expectations in the other 4 areas.

We are proud of our students, staff and community. Together, throughout the pandemic, we all worked together to meet the needs of our students despite the most difficult circumstances.

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