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    John Rogers Receives Recognition
    Posted on 05/23/2019
    John Rogers staff pose for a photo in front of school with school bus

    John Rogers Elementary School Receives Recognition

    John Rogers Elementary School has been recognized by the State of Washington for closing opportunity and demonstrating improvement among student groups. Student growth and achievement at the school have been measured within the top 20 percent on specific measures laid out by the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction, State Board of Education, and Educational Opportunity Gap Oversight and Accountability Committee.

    John Rogers is being recognized for student growth in academic indicators (proficiency, growth, graduation rate, English language progress), as well as school quality and student success measures (dual credit participation, regular attendance, and 9th grade on track rates).

    “This is a huge honor for our school and a testimony to the important work that our teachers do every day to support the achievement and growth of our students,” said Principal Sara Mirabueno in a letter sent to families announcing the award.

    Mirabueno credited the staff and teachers for this recognition. “I want to thank all our teachers and staff for their dedication, passion, and energy as they work each day to give our students a top-notch education. Every day, our staff are working endlessly to ensure that our students are being seen, engaged, challenged, and growing.” She also thanked the families and community for their support and commitment to the students.

    On June 6, two school staff from John Rogers will be going to Olympia to receive the award at the School Recognition Event.

    Read more about the state recognized schools. 

    Read more about John Rogers Elementary.