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After earning an F for the third consecutive year in the Indiana Department of Education’s accountability system, Clifty Creek Elementary School must demonstrate to the public and to the state that leaders have an improvement plan.
The school has been designated a priority school based on poor standardized test performance. Therefore, the state requires it to collect public input during a hearing, which will be during Monday’s regular board meeting.
Director of Elementary Education Teresa Heiny will use that time to deliver a report explaining the accountability system and outlining Clifty Creek’s progress and goals.
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