The Illinois State Board of Education annually releases a report card that shows how each school, district, and the state is performing on a wide range of educational goals. Every school receives an annual designation on the Illinois Report Card. The designation is based on the school’s overall data for all of the accountability indicators, as well as the data for individual student groups. There are four designations for schools including exemplary, commendable, underperforming and lowest performing.
I am proud to say that Meadow Glens received the designation of exemplary which means our school has no underperforming student demographic groups at or below the “all students” group of the lowest 5 percent of Title 1 schools, and whose performance is in the top 10 percent of schools statewide.
With this state designation, our primary focus of meeting the needs of ALL students is highlighted. Getting results, in a way that inspires trust, starts with making connections to the heart before making a connection to the mind. We remain committed to our school improvement goals that focus on both the academic and social-emotional learning of ALL students at Meadow Glens.
Again, we are so proud of our students and staff for the hard work that is done in our schools.