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Corrected Local Report Card From State of Ohio ReceivedThe Ohio Department of Education has released the corrected Local Report Card for Chagrin Falls Exempted Village…

Corrected Local Report Card From State of Ohio Received
The Ohio Department of Education has released the corrected Local Report Card for Chagrin Falls Exempted Village Schools. Due to an issue with the extraction of achievement data, an error was present in the initial release on Aug. 22 reporting the district and Chagrin Falls High School as having achievement results that were significantly lower than actually received.
The biggest discrepancy in the data that was presented in August from the Ohio Department of Education was in the Performance Index Scores for the high school and the district. It showed Chagrin Falls High School with a score of 104.3. As expected, the actual score was 112.3 in the high school. At the district level, it showed a score of 107.1, which equates to a B. As expected, the actual score was a 109.2, which equates to an A.
The accurate district and high school performance index scores place Chagrin Falls in the top 10 of school district achievement in the State of Ohio and Chagrin Falls High School in the top 10 of highest-achieving high schools within Ohio.
The district also had significant increases in the district and high school Annual Measurable Objectives (AMO’s) related to reading and math proficiency and relative performance and participation of students from various subgroup populations.
“We are pleased that we have the accurate data to provide to our community that shows our commitment to student excellence,” said Chagrin Falls Exempted Village Schools Superintendent Robert Hunt. “Our district has shown continuous improvement and once again achieved one of the highest performance index scores in the State of Ohio–top 10 in Ohio for both the high school and district. We are appreciative of the efforts made by the Ohio Department of Education to resolve this issue for our school district and community.”

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