State post first letter grade for schools, some bright spots noted

The Louisiana Department of Education released letter grades for its schools this week. While most Monroe City Schools showed poor performances, some showed improvement despite their poor final outcomes.

  One school with an “A” letter grade. Neville High School.

   The district’s high point showed Neville High School as the district’s highest-performing school, with a letter grade of “A” and a Student Performance Score (SPS) of 103.1. Three years ago, the school’s was 99.2. It dropped to 94.3 during COVID but rebounded this year. The supporting data shows that the majority of Neville students scored above basic in all core subjects.

  Three schools received “B” letter grades: Neville Jr. High, Wossman High School, and…

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