On Tuesday, October 10, the South Carolina Department of Education and Education Oversight Committee released the 2023 State School Report Cards. Greenwood School District 50 had 3 schools rated as Excellent and 2 schools rated as Good on the State Report Cards.
“We are pleased with the recent ratings that our schools received on the State Report Cards,” Superintendent Dr. Steve Glenn stated. “Our district continues to show improvement in several of the performance indicators. These ratings are a testament to the hard work of our students, teachers and staff. We will continue to look for ways to improve all of our schools as we prepare our students to become college and career ready.”
South Carolina School Report Cards provide information about each school and district in relation to their academic achievement, teacher qualifications, student safety, awards, parent involvement, graduation rate, college and career readiness, etc.
For School Climate, Greenwood School District 50 outperformed the State in the following areas:
- Overall Perceptions of School Climate
- Teacher Perceptions of Instructional Focus
- Teacher Perceptions of Working Conditions
- Teacher Perceptions of Safety
Schools are rated based on several performance indicators that are required by federal and state law and approved by the State Superintendent of Education and SC Education Oversight Committee. Indicators include:
- Academic Achievement
- Student Progress
- Preparing for Success
- College and Career Ready
- English Language Learners’ Progress
- Graduation Rate
- School Climate
- Classroom Environment
- Student Safety
- Financial Information
School Report Card Ratings
To view more information, visit the South Carolina Department of Education website,https://ed.sc.gov/data/report-cards/sc-school-report-card/.