District-Wide Report Card
Access the Washington State Report Card on the OSPI website which provides student assessment data, demographic information and financial data for each school district annually. To search by school–you must find your school from the drop down list located at the top of the page and then click “go” to access a summary.
This report reflects the Granite Falls School District’s efforts and plans for the future. Our mission is to inspire and facilitate a passion for life-long learning and the pursuit of excellence in every student, every day.
Granite Falls School District is dedicated to our student’s learning and serves just over 2,000 students from birth to age 21. Our program includes traditional K-12 classrooms, as well as, programs for special needs students from birth to age 21. As students learn in different ways our district provides several alternatives for student education.
Please use the links below to learn more about our schools. If you are seeking information you cannot find, please let us know by email to Melanie Freeman at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 360.691.7717 (Superintendent’s Office).
This report offers the following information:
- Annual Operating Budget
- District Strategic Plan
- District 4-Year Goals
- District Mission Statement
- Student Demographics and Enrollment
- State Assessment Results
- Annual Measurable Objectives (AMO)
Periodically, our 4th and 8th grade students participate in the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) which is a program of the U.S. Department of Education and commonly referred to as The Nation’s Report Card. NAEP is the only test in the United States that allows comparisons of the performance of students in Washington with performance of students nationally. Assessments are conducted in mathematics, reading, science, writing, the arts, civics, economics, geography, and U.S. history. Learn more about NAEP at http://www.k12.wa.us/assessment/NAEP/default.aspx.
The links above meet the notification required by the federal government’s No Child Left Behind and the state’s Omnibus Reform Act of 1993 as detailed in RCW 28A.320.205.