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By Aliya Hall
The Chronicle 

Board evaluates data, aims to close gaps


February 13, 2020

Aliya Hall/The Chronicle

Superintendent Mike Johnson showcases the work on the strategic visioning and planning process from the community design team during the Feb. 5 work session.

CRESWELL - In continuing their progress towards the Student Success Act, Creswell School District analyzed student achievement data to gauge where the district was at during the school board work session on Feb. 5.

The board found transitional curriculum gaps between fifth and sixth grade as well as eight to ninth grades, and saw how critically attendances role impacted learning and testing results.

Superintendent Mike Johnson said that this is something the teachers are now addressing in their Professional Learning Communities (PLCs) to better close that gap.

"That's an area we need to in...

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