Adequate Yearly Progress is a centerpiece of the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001. This program enacted a system of measurements to continually assess district, school, and student performance.
Michigan combines a variety of metrics, which you can read more about at the Michigan Department of Education website, to grade each district and school in Michigan. Flat Rock continues to aggressive improve our schools with several already achieving an A rating.
Here is a summary of the grades:
- Flat Rock District and All Schools Met AYP
- Bobcean Elementary – A
- Barnes Elementary – A
- Simpson Middle School – B
- Flat Rock High School – C (identified for improvement – phase 1)
I encourage you to read the full Michigan AYP results and compare Flat Rock Schools performance with other area schools–I think you will be quite pleased.