“Despite achievement fluctuations over the past five years of
testing, the trend has always been in a positive direction, and
ultimately, every subject area can be very proud of the gains for
which they are responsible.”
— Bob Lofsted, Principal, Lodi High School
- Several Lodi Unified schools show improvement
Schools in the Lodi part of the Lodi Unified School District that reached or exceeded the 800 mark include: Elkhorn Middle School (979), which primarily serves Gifted and Talented Education students; Vinewood Elementary (865); Larson Elementary (837); Reese Elementary (823); and Morada Middle (810). Borchardt Elementary (797), Millswood Middle (799) and Lodi High (796) were very close behind the state’s target.
Additionally, several schools, while not necessarily reaching the state target of 800, achieved significant increases. In the Lodi part of the school district, Washington (a 31-point increase to 746) and Lawrence (20 points to 694) elementary schools, Joe Serna Jr. Charter (31-point increase to 757), Lodi Middle School (45 points up to 757), Millswood Middle (up 24 to 799) and Lodi High (16 points higher to 796) are among those that made significant increases in their 2012 scores.
— Source: California Department of Education
Posted: Thursday, August 29, 2013 1:55 pm
Lodi Unified School District schools showed mixed results when it came to the state Academic Performance Index exams for the 2012-13 school year.
Thirteen of the Lodi Unified schools — which include schools in Lodi, North Stockton, Woodbridge, Victor, Lockeford, Acampo and Morada — met the state’s growth target of a score of 800 or higher. Another 30, however, failed to meet the state’s target, according to the results released Thursday.
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