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About 60 Utah schools honored for achievement

Published November 3, 2010 5:36 pm
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The State Office of Education honored 10 schools Wednesday for shrinking achievement gaps between groups of students.

The 10 schools honored include:

- Belknap Elementary, Beaver

-Bridger Elementary, Logan

-Bruin Point Elementary, Sunnyside

-Cedar East Elementary, Cedar City

-Guadalupe Schools, Salt Lake City

-Milford Elementary, Milford

-Minersville Elementary, Minersville

-Moroni Elementary, Moroni

-Northern Utah Academy for Math, Engineering and Science (NUAMES), Layton

-Red Mountain Elementary, Ivins.

To earn Utah Title I Closing the Achievement Gap Awards, schools had to reduce, by at least 50 percent, the achievement gap between the scores of groups of students, such as those divided by ethnicity, and the school as a whole. The schools also had to make Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) on annual tests toward the goals of No Child Left Behind in math and language arts. And they had to be nominated by their district superintendents or charter school leaders.Title I schools are schools that accept federal dollars for serving high percentages of students from low-income families.The State Office also honored 58 Title I schools for high academic performance. To earn the Utah High Performing Title I School Award schools must make AYP for at least two years; score at or above the state average on state math and language arts tests; and be nominated by their district superintendents or charter school leaders.

The 58 schools include:

American Preparatory Academy, Draper campus

- Antimony Elementary School, Antimony- Belknap Elementary School, Beaver- Big Water Elementary School, Big Water- Bridger Elementary School, Logan- Bruin Point Elementary School, Sunnyside- Cedar East Elementary School, Cedar City- Central Elementary School, Pleasant Grove- Circleville Elementary School, Circleville- Canyon Rim Academy, Millcreek Township- Ellis Elementary School, Logan- Enoch Elementary School, Enoch- Ephraim Elementary School, Ephraim- Escalante Elementary School, Escalante- Escalante Valley Elementary School, Beryl- Eureka Elementary School, Eureka- Fairview Elementary School, Fairview- Ferron Elementary School, Ferron- Fountain Green Elementary School, Fountain Green- Freedom Academy, Provo- Guadalupe Schools, Salt Lake City- Heritage Elementary School, St. George- Horizon Elementary School, Murray- Huntington Elementary School, Huntington- Legacy Preparatory Academy, North Salt Lake- Lewiston Elementary School, Lewiston- Liberty Elementary School, Murray- Lincoln Elementary School, Hyrum- Loa Elementary School, Loa- McPolin Elementary School, Park City- Manti Elementary School, Manti- Milford Elementary School, Milford- Minersville Elementary School, Minersville- Monroe Elementary School, Monroe- Monticello High School, Monticello- Morgan Elementary School, Morgan- Mount Pleasant Elementary School, Mount Pleasant- Mountainville Academy, Alpine- Neola Elementary School, Neola- Nibley Elementary School, Nibley- Ogden Preparatory Academy, Ogden- Pahvant Elementary School, Richfield- Park Elementary School, Richmond- Parowan Elementary School, Parowan- Provost Elementary School, Provo- Providence Hall, Herriman- Red Mountain Elementary School, Ivins- Renaissance Academy, Lehi- Salina Elementary School, Salina- Salt Lake Arts Academy, Salt Lake City- Spring City Elementary School, Spring City- Summit Elementary School, Smithfield- Sunset View Elementary, Provo- South Summit Elementary School, Kamas- Three Falls Elementary School, Hurricane- Three Peaks Elementary School, Cedar City- Valley Elementary School, Orderville- Wasatch Peak Academy, North Salt Lake




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