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November 6, 2013

Four Norman elementaries receive D in A-F report card amid criticism of state formula

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Little Axe scores included Little Axe Elementary D-, Little Axe Middle School D+ and Little Axe High School B+.

Moore scores include Central Elementary C+, Fairview Elementary C-, Kelly Elementary B-, Northmoor Elementary B, Southgate-Rippetoe Elementary C-, Plaza Towers Elementary C+, Sky Ranch Elementary D, Kingsgate Elementary B+, Houchins Elementary B-, Winding Creek Elementary A-, Santa Fe Elementary B-, Apple Creek Elementary B, Red Oak Elementary B, Briarwood Elementary B, Fisher Elementary A+, Sooner Elementary C+, Earlywine Elementary A-, Broadmoore Elementary A-, Eastlake Elementary A, Bryant Elementary C+, Wayland Bonds Elementary A+, Oakridge Elementary A+ and Heritage Trails Elementary A+.

Other Moore schools and their grades include Brink Junior High A, Highland East Junior High B-, Highland West Junior High B, West Junior High B, Central Junior High B+, Moore High School A-, Westmoore High School A and Southmoore High School A-.

 

 

In Noble, scores included Katherine I. Daily elementary, B-, Pioneer Intermediate B-, John K. Hubbard Elementary A-, Curtis Inge Middle School C, Noble High School A.

In Lexington, scores included Lexington elementary school, C+, Lexington Intermediate School, B-, Lexington Junior High C- and Lexington High School B-.

High School A-, Westmoore High School A, Southmoore High School A-.

In McClain County, Washington elementary B-, Washington Middle School C, Washington High School A. Blanchard elementary C; Blanchard Intermediate C, Blanchard Middle School A- and Blanchard High School A.

In Cleveland County, Robin Hill Public School got a B+.

To view a comprehensive list of all Oklahoma schools’ annual report cards, visit afreportcards.ok.gov.

 

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