Preliminary results show middle school scores are improving

NORWICH – As the school year begins to wind down, the Norwich City School District reports test scores are on the rise at the middle school and the stigma of being labeled a ‘School In Need of Improvement’ can begin to fade away.



Middle School Principal Lisa Schuchman presented the preliminary results of both the math and English Language Arts (ELA) state-mandated tests at the district’s Board of Education meeting last week.

After thanking the teachers who have worked to improve the school’s standing, Schuchman gave a glimpse into the percentages of students excelling. Seventy-four percent of seventh grade and 71 percent of eighth grade students scored in the top two levels on the ELAs.


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