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Adequate yearly progress reported for the last time

For the first time since the federal No Child Left Behind act passed in 2001, Empire Elementary School attained adequate status. It also marks the last year Nevada will report to those guidelines.“This represents amazing effort by the students, teachers, parents and school community,” Associate Superintendent Susan Keema told school board members Tuesday. “Empire demographics represent 100 percent free and reduced lunch and 60.3 percent limited-English proficient students.”She reported Bordewich-Bray and Seeliger elementary schools also made adequate yearly progress. Fritsch Elementary School was named high achieving for its dramatic growth over the year.Fremont, Mark Twain, both middle schools and high …

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