Spring 2012 California Standards Test (CST) scores have arrived. Allen School received an Academic Performance Score (API) of 901 and we are one of six schools in the entire South Bay to boast this great distinction.
The No Child Left Behind Act requires schools to demonstrate annual progress above an API of 800. We are extremely pleased to surpass the 900 threshold, but our work is not done. There are still several students at each grade level who struggle with academic concepts. Our goal is for every child to demonstrate proficiency in reading, writing, and math.
Parents of 3rd-6th graders will receive individual reports of your child’s progress in the next few weeks. Ms. Faddis and staff are very proud of this achievement and thank our parent community for your support to reach this milestone.
One response to “Allen School Reaches API of 901”
Way to go, Teachers and Students and Parents!! So proud to be a part of the high achieving Allen community. Although it is one indicator of student progress – it sends a strong message. Allen rocks.