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Mequon-Thiensville schools earn top marks on new state report cards

Oct. 24, 2012

The state Department of Public Instruction on Monday released its first-ever School Report Cards, which seek to measure how schools are performing.

PRELIMINARY REPORT CARD SCORES AROUND THE NORTH SHORE

Schools can earn scores from 0-100. The scores are the result of four areas of evaluation. Officials have commented that the scores do not reflect a percentage grade, like a student would receive, and should not be interpreted that way. Highest and lowest scores are noted in bold.

DISTRICT HIGHEST SCORING SCHOOL LOWEST SCORING SCHOOL
Brown Deer Brown Deer High School: 73.3 (Exceeds Expectations) Brown Deer Middle School: 68.9 (Meets Expectations)
Fox Point-Bayside Bayside Middle School: 80.5 (Exceeds Expectations) Stormonth Elementary: 79.4 (Exceeds Expectations)
Glendale-River Hills Glen Hills Middle School: 72.6 (Meets Expectations) Parkway Elementary: 71.2 (Meets Expectations)
Maple Dale-Indian Hill Indian Hill Elementary: 81.4 (Exceeds Expectations) Maple Dale Elementary: 80.3 (Exceeds Expectations)
Mequon-Thiensville Donges Bay Elementary: 87.3 (Significantly Exceeds Expectations) Wilson Elementary: 75.9 (Exceeds Expectations)
Nicolet Nicolet High School: 81.3 (Exceeds Expectations) N/A
Shorewood Lake Bluff Elementary: 80.2 (Exceeds Expectations) Atwater Elementary: 74.1 (Exceeds Expectations)
Whitefish Bay Cumberland Elementary: 84.5 (Significantly Exceeds Expectations) Whitefish Bay Middle School: 78.5 (Exceeds Expectations)

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