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Schools In Need of Improvement Title I and Non-Title I Schools


2003-04 Final List of Schools in Need of Improvement

Chronology
(based on 2002 and 2003 NHEIAP results)

School Content Area and School Improvement Status Title I School Status
Valley View Community School - Farmington Identified for English/Language Arts.

Did not make Adequate Yearly Progress in 2003.

School did not make Adequate Yearly Progress in 2002, so is in Year 2 status.
Winchester Elementary School Identified for English/Language Arts.

Made Adequate Yearly Progress in 2003.

Remains in Year 1 status
Hillsboro-Deering Elementary Identified for English/Language Arts in 2003. Begins Year 1
Paul Elementary - Wakefield Identified for Mathematics in 2003. Begins Year 1
Amherst Street School - Nashua Identified for English/Language Arts in 2003. Begins Year 1
Mt. Pleasant School - Nashua Identified for English/Language Arts in 2003. Begins Year 1

Note: On 11/19/03, the following schools successfully appealed their designation as a school in need of improvement to the NH State Board of Education:

  • Russell School - Rumney
  • Seabrook Elementary
  • Woodland Heights - Laconia
  • Beech Street School - Manchester
  • Wilson School - Manchester

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