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State releases IREAD-3 results

Here's how local third-graders did on the IREAD-3 test they took in March.
Marlys Weaver-Stoesz
Posted on May. 16, 2013 at 1:00 a.m. | Updated on May. 16, 2013 at 12:10 p.m.

The Indiana Department of Education has released results for how Indiana third-graders did on the Indiana Reading Evaluation and Determination (IREAD-3) test.

While a few exemptions are available to some disabled and English language learner students, most students need to pass the test to continue on to fourth-grade reading.

Here are the percent of students at local schools that passed:

BAUGO - 89.6 percent

Jimtown Intermediate - 89.6 percent

CONCORD - 82.4 percent

East Side - 92.1 percent

Ox Bow - 90.0 percent

South Side - 68.9 percent

West Side - 80.0 percent

ELKHART - 76.5 percent

Beck - 63.1 percent

Bristol - 83.5 percent

Beardsley - 85.5 percent

Cleveland - 81.7 percent

Daly - 81.5 percent

Eastwood - 88.1 percent

Feeser - 89.0 percent

Hawthorne - 51.7 percent

Monger - 70.7 percent

Osolo - 80.2 percent

Pinewood - 86.5 percent

Riverview - 78.6 percent

Woodland - 72.1 percent

FAIRFIELD - 91.2 percent

Benton - 86.2 percent

New Paris - 95.8 percent

GOSHEN - 76.3 percent

Chamberlain - 62.5 percent

Chandler - 92.5 percent

Model - 76.3 percent

Parkside - 71.6 percent

Prairie View - 80.0 percent

Waterford - 77.3 percent

West Goshen - 71.4 percent

MIDDLEBURY - 88.5 percent

Jefferson - 85.5 percent

Middlebury — 93.1 percent

Millersburg - 92.7 percent

Orchard View - 93.0 percent

York - 82.8 percent

WA-NEE - 91.1 percent

Nappanee - 87.1 percent

Wakarusa - 91.3 percent

Woodview - 94.4 percent

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RIVATE SCHOOLS

Elkhart Christian Academy - 100 percent

St. John - 100 percent

St. Thomas - 98.1 percent

St. Vincent - 56.0 percent

Students who did not pass this round of the test and who can not receive an exemption will take the test again this summer, after a summer school reading course.

Complete scores, with break-downs of how special education, English language learner and students on free or reduced lunch did on the test, are available at the Indiana Department of Education’s website.

Several schools’ scores were higher or lower than last year. You can see those results here.



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