School Accountability Scorecards Released
The Michigan School Accountability Scorecards were released this week. Schools are rated in a color-coded system going from green (highest), lime, yellow, orange and red (lowest). In order to receive the green designation, a district must meet 85% of all criteria. Only 1.5% of the districts in the state received the green designation. Whiteford Agricultural School District met 83.3% of the criteria (lime) and was the highest rated school district in the tri-county area (Lenawee, Monroe and Washtenaw counties).
In addition, Whiteford High School was named a REWARD SCHOOL for the second year in a row.
CONGRATULATIONS to the staff and students of Whiteford for all of their hard work.