Key points from re­sults lo­cally

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Elmira District Sec­ondary School

Ap­plied math­e­mat­ics

Per­cent­age of stu­dents at or above the pro­vin­cial stan­dard.

Aca­demic math­e­mat­ics

Per­cent­age of stu­dents at or above the pro­vin­cial stan­dard.

Con­estogo PS

Grade 3 stu­dents ranked higher than the board and prov­ince across all three cat­e­gories, read­ing writ­ing and math­e­mat­ics, but dropped in both read­ing and writ­ing in com­par­i­son to their own re­sults last year. While

Grade 6 stu­dents saw a dras­tic jump all across the board, ex­ceed­ing both the WRDSB re­sults and pro­vin­cial re­sults.

River­side PS

Only 27 per cent of Grade 6 scored at or above the pro­vin­cial stan­dard in math­e­mat­ics, with both read­ing and writ­ing be­low av­er­age. Grade 3 stu­dents fell in both read­ing and writ­ing ranks, but stayed on par with the board and just be­low pro­vin­cial re­sults. The school did see a 9 per cent in­crease in their math­e­mat­ics, to etch out both the board and pro­vin­cial ranks.

Welles­ley PS

Grade 3 stu­dents re­sults showed

an in­crease in all cat­e­gories in com­par­i­son to the prior year, while they scored higher than the board, they were just be­low par in read­ing compared to pro­vin­cial re­sults. Grade 6 stu­dents saw a drop in all three cat­e­gories, while still main­tain­ing above the board and pro­vin­cial re­sults.

Flo­radale PS

Some 94 per cent of Grade 3 stu­dents scored at or above the pro­vin­cial

stan­dard in writ­ing, a whop­ping 30 per cent higher than board re­sults, and just over 20 per cent higher than pro­vin­cial re­sults. 32 per cent of Grade 6 stu­dents met or scored above pro­vin­cial stan­dard in math­e­mat­ics, down 30 per cent from the prior year.

Lin­wood PS

Grade 3 and 6 stu­dents scored lower than the Board and Pro­vin­cial re­sults in all cat­e­gories, although they did see a rise in Grade 3 and 6 read­ing from the prior year.

St. Ja­cobs PS

Grade 6 stu­dents scored 96 per cent in both read­ing and writ­ing, both are up from the prior year, while Grade 3

stu­dents saw growth in all cat­e­gories and main­tained above av­er­age re­sults.

Park Manor Sr PS.

Park Manor saw a drop in all re­sults compared to the last avail­able year, while still main­tain­ing higher than av­er­age re­sults over pro­vin­cial and board lev­els.

John Ma­hood PS

John Ma­hood PS saw stu­dents drop

in all cat­e­gories, with 39 per cent of stu­dents at or above the pro­vin­cial stan­dard in math­e­mat­ics.

St Boni­face Catholic school

St Boni­face saw a drop in all re­sults for Grade 3 and Grade 6 stu­dents, com­ing in be­low board and pro­vin­cial av­er­ages.

St Teresa of Avila Catholic school

Stayed at par or rose above their prior re­sults in all cat­e­gories for Grade 3 and 6 stu­dents, see­ing 95 per cent of Grade 6 stu­dents at or above pro­vin­cial stan­dard in writ­ing.

St Cle­ment Catholic school

Grade 3 re­sults dropped across the board, but saw Grade 6 stu­dents re­sults come in with 94 per cent of stu­dents at or above pro­vin­cial stan­dard in read­ing and writ­ing, and 88 per cent in math­e­mat­ics.

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