Grade Math

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Carmichaels Area School District - Academic Achievement - Carmichaels Area Elementary School
6th Grade Reading 2011 - 73% on grade level (13% below basic) ... In Pennsylvania, 69.9% of 6th graders are on grade level. 68% (93 pupils enrolled) 2009 - 74%, State - 67% 2008 - 63%, State - 67% 6th Grade Math 2011 - 86% on grade level (5% below basic) ...
Blue Ridge School District - Academic Achievement - Blue Ridge Elementary School
2010, the school reported an enrollment of 511 pupils in grades kindergarten through 5th, with 305 pupils eligible for a federal free or reduced price lunch due. 5th Grade Reading 2011 - 70% on grade level (9% below basic) ... In Pennsylvania, 67.3% of 5th graders are on grade level ...
Milton Area School District - Academic Achievement - Elementary Schools - Montandon Elementary School
... The school's students ranked 22nd, among 28 CSIU16 region elementary schools, for reading on grade level in 2011 ... The 5th grade ranked 27th for reading on grade level in 2010. 5th Grade Reading 2011 - 59% on grade level ...
Shawnee Heights School District - Berryton Elementary School
... education, a reading specialist, a Band Program that begins in 5th grade and an Orchestra Program beginning in 4th grade ... scored well on 7 categories, those are as follows 3rd Grade Reading, 3rd Grade Math, 4th Grade Reading, 4th Grade Math, 5th Grade Math, School-Wide Reading, and School-Wide ...
Chartiers Valley School District - Academic Achievement - Intermediate School
5th Grade Reading 2010 - 64% on grade level, Boys 59%/Girls 63% (15% below basic) ... In Pennsylvania, 64% of 5th graders are on grade level 2009 - 67%, Boys 63%/Girls 71% (15% below basic), State - 64% 2008 - 65% (14% below basic), State - 62% 2007 - 60% (18% below basic ... In Pennsylvania, 74% of 5th graders are on grade level ...

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