Huron School District #2-2

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District State Report Card

Huron School District 2015 – 2016 State Report Card

http://doe.sd.gov/NCLB/reports/2016/reportcard/2016district02002.pdf 

Huron Elementary Report Card

http://www.doe.sd.gov/NCLB/reports/2016/reportcard/2016school02002-09.pdf

Huron Middle School Report Card

http://www.doe.sd.gov/NCLB/reports/2016/reportcard/2016school02002-02.pdf 

Huron High School Report Card

http://www.doe.sd.gov/NCLB/reports/2016/reportcard/2016school02002-01.pdf 

South Dakota’s accountability system is based on a 100-point School Performance Index (SPI). The SPI consists of three key indicators, with a numeric value assigned to each of the indicators, to measure a school’s performance. These values are added to create a total SPI score out of 100 points. The SPI recognizes both achievement and growth, while providing schools with unique student achievement targets that encourage continuous and ongoing improvement. This year there are new ways at both the elementary and middle school levels, and the high school level, for students to demonstrate they are on track towards the goal of becoming college, career, and life ready.

Although the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) was signed into law on December 10, 2015 and replaces the No Child Left Behind Act, all states including South Dakota remain under their previous accountability systems for this school year. ​

Please direct questions to the Office Of Curriculum, Instruction, Assessment, and Accreditation at (605) 353-6992 or the Office of ESL/Federal Programs at (605) 353-8660.  You may also consult the Department of Education's accountability and assessment webpage at http://www.doe.sd.gov/accountability/