State School Report Cards
State and federal laws require public school districts to release report cards to the public each year.
The Illinois School Report Cards provide information about how students perform on state achievement tests and the extent to which students meet state standards. Also included is information on student demographics, school district finances, average class size, and teacher degrees and experience. To address the federal No Child Left Behind requirements, there is also information on whether the schools and the District made Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP).
The state has updated the report card to provide a full picture of school performance beyond just test scores. An interactive display of this data designed with parents and communities in mind is available on the Illinois Report Card website. All of the metrics posted on the Illiinois Report Card website are also included in the reports reports below.
If you have questions or would like more information about the school report card, please feel free to contact Superintendent Kate Donegan or your child's principal.
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The Illinois State Board of Education has prepared several video guides to using the Illinois Report Card. These videos are available on the IllinoisReportCard.com home page and include the following topics: "Finding Your School on IRC," "A Deeper Understanding of your Students," "Charting Your School and District Environments," "Learning About Elementary Academic Progress," and "Learning More About Administrator Information." A Frequently Asked Questions page is also available.