While all the numbers are still being assembled, it appears the school district leadership is pretty pleased with the strides made in the latest round of testing.
While the CATS test has been put to rest, the federal No Child Left Behind remains.
The district made a great stride when students with disabilities tested at a level where they were shy of the goal but made significant progress to be granted Safe Harbor.
Few districts can claim to reach this level.
But the district has too many schools which are not reaching their individual targets.