(UNDATED) – The Indiana State Board of Education has released 2018/2019 school letter grades.
|5075||North Lawrence Com Schools||4857||Fayetteville Elementary School||B|
|5075||North Lawrence Com Schools||4865||Needmore Elementary School||C|
|5075||North Lawrence Com Schools||4869||Springville Elementary School||D|
|5075||North Lawrence Com Schools||4873||Heltonville Elementary School||B|
|5075||North Lawrence Com Schools||4878||Oolitic Middle School||D|
|5075||North Lawrence Com Schools||4885||Dollens Elementary School||C|
|5075||North Lawrence Com Schools||4889||Shawswick Elementary School||B|
|5075||North Lawrence Com Schools||4891||Shawswick Middle School||C|
|5075||North Lawrence Com Schools||4905||Bedford Middle School||D|
|5075||North Lawrence Com Schools||4909||Lincoln Elementary School||A|
|5075||North Lawrence Com Schools||4911||Bedford-North Lawrence High School||B|
|5075||North Lawrence Com Schools||4917||Parkview Primary School||C|
|5075||North Lawrence Com Schools||4921||Stalker Elementary School||D|
|5075||North Lawrence Com Schools||4932||Parkview Intermediate School||C|
|5085||Mitchell Community Schools||4861||Burris Elementary School||C|
|5085||Mitchell Community Schools||4863||Hatfield Elementary School||C|
|5085||Mitchell Community Schools||4924||Mitchell Jr High School||C|
|5085||Mitchell Community Schools||4925||Mitchell High School||B|
The grades were delayed while lawmakers crafted legislation that renders the grades moot, protecting schools from the impact of poor performance on the state’s new standardized test, the ILEARN exam, which was administered for the first time last spring.
The bill that gives schools a two-year reprieve from consequences was rushed through the Statehouse and signed by Gov. Eric Holcomb last month.
The law says that a school’s A-F grade for the 2018-19 school year may not be lower than that same school’s A-F grade for the previous year. In order to determine the final 2018-19 grade for each school, the Indiana Department of Education awarded schools the higher of the two grades.
By that process, about one-third of schools received an A and another third received a B. About 85% of schools received a C or better.