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Estrellita takes huge dip in progress report

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Posted: Thursday, September 4, 2008 10:00 pm

Despite huge gains made the previous year, Estrellita High School in Galt tumbled close to 150 points in the annual progress reports handed out to all California schools on Thursday.

The same report shows that Lodi students as a whole are improving. Just like last year, the district's score as a whole jumped 12 points, up from the base figure of 708 to 720.

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  • posted at 4:13 pm on Fri, Sep 5, 2008.


    To dogbark: I guess you have a point there? Somewhere?

  • posted at 3:12 pm on Fri, Sep 5, 2008.


    edumacation, you don't understand.A athlete under a good good coach will get rich when the pros sign him.Just like registering Republican will make you rich. This whole valley knows that, why not you?

  • posted at 10:25 am on Fri, Sep 5, 2008.


    I agree with you. But you forgot the reason for high school. Most parents think their kids will soon be sports legends. The PE teachers love this, to the detriment of the rest of the school. Sports are fine, go take a jog around the block, education is better! Did your family physician get a football scholarship to go to medical school? Do aerospace engineers or computer scientists win volleyball scholarships to attend college?Thats your answer. Its all in the priorities of parents and the DISTRICT OFFICALS who (mis)guide us.

  • posted at 6:22 am on Fri, Sep 5, 2008.


    Galt High did NOT meet ANY of its API requirements...last year it met only three. The Star Testing scores dropped in 75 of the 125 categories between 07/08 and even further from 06/08. Standing still is not progress going backwards is not progress. Dump the Board fire the Superintendent.



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