Members of the Washington County School District discussed their hopes for academic progress within the school system over the next several years at a board meeting last Monday. Principals laid out their plans for improvement from the current school year through 2017, as well as the district’s progress as a whole being addressed.
Lee Anne Ater, director of state and federal programs, presented the district’s plan to board members, expressing hopes of increasing math and reading scores at each level.
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