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December 6, 2012

State releases school district letter grades

Woodward, Okla. — School District and State A-F Report Cards have been released for by the Oklahoma State Department of Education.

This set of grades is for the overall districts. Individual school grades were released in October.

Districts earned overall letter grades and grade point average based on:

• 33 percent student achievement

• 17 percent overall student growth

• 33 percent and whole school performance which for K-12 districts include factors such as student attendance, graduation rates, advanced coursework, school district climates and parent and community engagement.

State officials say they calculations include all students in the district and are not an average of site grades.

Here are the grades for schools in area counties

Woodward County

Woodward - C

Fort Supply - B

Sharon-Mutual - C

Woodward - C

Woods County

Alva - B

Freedom - C

Waynoka - A

Beaver

Balko - C

Beaver - B

Forgan - B

Turpin - C

Dewey

Vici - C

Seiling - C

Taloga - C

Ellis

Arnett - B

Fargo - B

Gage - C

Shattuck - B

Harper

Buffalo - B

Laverne - B

Major

Aline-Cleo - C

Cimarron - C

Fairview - B

Ringwood - B

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