December 2014

Student Academic Performance 2014

by Randy Ziegenfuss on December 16, 2014

success2In 2013, Pennsylvania moved toward a system of school accountability called School Performance Profile (SPP). Each school in PA is rated on a series of criteria. Ratings and criteria are publicly shared at

For the 2014 school year our individual school SPP scores are as follows (links will direct you to the SPP site and detailed data reports):

Access Building Reports prepared by principals and presented to the board and community at this link.

Each fall a report on demographic changes in the district is shared with the school board and community. Demographics since 2002 are tracked in the areas of

  • Ethnicity
  • Economically Disadvantaged
  • English Language Learners
  • Special Education/Gifted
  • Student Mobility
  • Charter Schools
  • Homeschooling
  • Current Enrollment (as of October 1, 2014)

Access the District Testing Summary – Demographics at this link.

The Salisbury Township school board and community value student performance on standardized tests and believe that it is only one measure of student performance and the program that is provided to Salisbury students, grade K-12. You can learn more about Salisbury’s comprehensive educational program by accessing the Salisbury Education document.

The Class of 2014 is attending 39 different colleges and universities. See the list at this link.

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