School report cards were released earlier this week and the leader of the Clinton School district is reacting to the data.
Superintendent Curt Nettles indicates with a report that contains so much data, there is a lot to digest. He notes there are several areas of the report card that he thought were positive and some things that came up that were of concern.
Test scores are an often scrutinized aspect of the report cards and Nettles says like almost every district in the state, test scores, specifically the PARCC test scores, are still rather low. He attributes that to the test being around only two years.
Nettles says for parents or community members curious about the report card that are going to check it out, he encourages a thorough look at it. He says there is a lot of information to digest and is making himself available to guide anyone through the information that might have questions.
For Clinton's report card for 2016, you can visit IllinoisReportCard.com and search Clinton.
There you can find trend charts as well.