Annual Report Card
The State and Federal school accountability laws  require the New Hampshire Department of Education to identify for improvement, districts not making Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) for two consecutive years in the same content area in each level existing within the district (elementary/middle and /or high school).
New England Common Assessment Program Grade-Level Expectations (NECAP GLEs)
The New Hampshire Department of Education, Rhode Island Department of Education, and Vermont Department of Education have developed a common set of Grade-Level Expectations, known as the New England Common Assessment Program Grade-Level Expectations(NECAP GLEs), and test specifications in Mathematics, Reading,and Writing. Read more...
90% Reading Goals
The 90% Reading Goal is: 90% of our students will read at or above grade level by the end of third grade.
The District has determined the criteria for achieving grade level reading. The criteria has been developed as part of a dialogue with the Rochester School Board and The District Management team. Various grade level teachers, NWEA staff and the norming studies have been utilized. A student must exceed the RIT score that is the 40th percentile on either the Fall or Spring NWEA reading tests to be considered reading on grade level.