Edmonds School District earns Washington Achievement awards
The Edmonds School District was recently awarded 2013 Washington Achievement Awards by the Washington State Board of Education and the Superintendent of Public Instruction.
The awards, given to six schools in the Edmonds district, recognize schools for excellence and progress based on the state's Accountability Index and the Elementary and Secondary Education Act Flexibility Waiver.
“We are proud of the consistent growth we see in all our schools,” Superintendent Nick Brossoit said in a press release, “and our six award-winning schools are models for best practices that make success possible.”
Edmonds-Woodway High School earned a high progress award, as did Cedar Valley Community.
Maplewood Parent Cooperative earned overall excellence, while Sherwood Elementary earned a special recognition for math growth.
The Washington Achievement awards ceremony will be held in Lacey on April 24 to honor all 413 schools in the state that received awards.