Local schools recognized for achievement award

May 21, 2013

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State Superintendent Randy I. Dorn and State Board Chairman Jeff Vincent recognized several Snoqualmie schools for receiving the Washington Achievement Award at an awards ceremony in Covington on April 30.

A total of 381 schools received awards, including Chief Kanim Middle School for overall excellence and science, and Snoqualmie Elementary School for high progress, according to a press release from the state Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction.

The Washington Achievement Awards are based on Washington’s School Achievement Index and recognize elementary, middle school, high school and comprehensive schools. Schools are awarded using performance from 2010 to 2012 on statewide assessments in reading, writing, math and science, as well as on graduation rates.

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