2012‒13 Priority Schools
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2012‒13 Priority Schools

Priority schools are among the lowest 5 percent of Title I schools in the state, based on achievement on the statewide assessments, with a demonstrated a lack of progress on those assessments over three years. If the school is a high school, it has a consistent graduation rate of less than 60 percent. The goal of identifying priority schools is to turn around performance, close persistent opportunity gaps, and substantially improve student learning and outcomes.

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ESDDistrict NameSchool NameDesignation
ESD 105Granger School DistrictGranger Middle SchoolPriority-C (M/R)
NEWESD 101Inchelium School DistrictInchelium Elementary SchoolPriority-C (M/R)
NEWESD 101Inchelium School DistrictInchelium Middle SchoolPriority-C (M/R)
ESD 105Mount Adams School DistrictHarrah Elementary SchoolPriority-C (M/R)
ESD 105Mount Adams School DistrictMount Adams Middle SchoolPriority-C (M/R)
NCESD 171Nespelem School DistrictNespelem ElementaryPriority-C (M/R)
ESD 123Pasco School DistrictEmerson ElementaryPriority-C (M/R)
ESD 123Pasco School DistrictLongfellow ElementaryPriority-C (M/R)
ESD 123Pasco School DistrictRowena Chess ElementaryPriority-C (M/R)
ESD 123Pasco School DistrictVirgie Robinson ElementaryPriority-C (M/R)
ESD 105Toppenish School DistrictEagle High SchoolPriority-C (M/R)
ESD 105Yakima School DistrictBarge-Lincoln Elementary SchoolPriority-C (M/R)
PSESD 121Highline School DistrictOdyssey - The Essential SchoolPriority-D1 (Grad Rate)
ESD 105Mount Adams School DistrictWhite Swan High SchoolPriority-D1 (Grad Rate)
PSESD 121Kent School DistrictKent Phoenix AcademyPriority-D2 (Grad Rate)
NCESD 171Moses Lake School DistrictColumbia Basin Secondary SchoolPriority-D2 (Grad Rate)
PSESD 121Seattle Public SchoolsInteragency ProgramsPriority-D2 (Grad Rate)
PSESD 121Seattle Public SchoolsRainier Beach High SchoolPriority-D2 (Grad Rate)
PSESD 121White River School DistrictCollins Alternative ProgramsPriority-D2 (Grad Rate)
NWESD 189Burlington-Edison School DistrictWest View Elementary Priority-E (SIG)
ESD 105Grandview School DistrictGrandview Middle SchoolPriority-E (SIG)
PSESD 121Highline School DistrictCascade Middle SchoolPriority-E (SIG)
PSESD 121Highline School DistrictChinook Middle SchoolPriority-E (SIG)
ESD 112Longview School DistrictMonticello Middle SchoolPriority-E (SIG)
NWESD 189Marysville School DistrictQuil Ceda ElementaryPriority-E (SIG)
NWESD 189Marysville School DistrictTotem Middle SchoolPriority-E (SIG)
NWESD 189Marysville School DistrictTulalip ElementaryPriority-E (SIG)
ESD 113Morton School DistrictMorton Junior-Senior HighPriority-E (SIG)
ESD 113Oakville School DistrictOakville High SchoolPriority-E (SIG)
ESD 113Onalaska School DistrictOnalaska Middle School Priority-E (SIG)
PSESD 121Renton School DistrictLakeridge Elementary SchoolPriority-E (SIG)
PSESD 121Seattle Public SchoolsCleveland High SchoolPriority-E (SIG)
PSESD 121Seattle Public SchoolsHawthorne Elementary SchoolPriority-E (SIG)
PSESD 121Seattle Public SchoolsWest Seattle Elementary SchoolPriority-E (SIG)
NCESD 171Soap Lake School DistrictSoap Lake Middle & High SchoolPriority-E (SIG)
NEWESD 101Spokane School DistrictRogers High School Priority-E (SIG)
ESD 105Sunnyside School DistrictSunnyside High School Priority-E (SIG)
PSESD 121Tacoma School DistrictAngelo Giaudrone Middle School Priority-E (SIG)
PSESD 121Tacoma School DistrictJason LeePriority-E (SIG)
PSESD 121Tacoma School DistrictStewartPriority-E (SIG)
ESD 105Toppenish School DistrictValley View ElementaryPriority-E (SIG)
ESD 105Wapato School DistrictWapato Middle SchoolPriority-E (SIG)
NEWESD 101Wellpinit School DistrictWellpinit Elementary SchoolPriority-E (SIG)
ESD 105Yakima School DistrictAdams Elementary SchoolPriority-E (SIG)
ESD 105Yakima School DistrictStanton Alternative SchoolPriority-E (SIG)
ESD 105Yakima School DistrictWashington Middle SchoolPriority-E (SIG)

KEY:
C.

Among the lowest five percent of Title I schools in the State based on the proficiency and lack of progress of the “all students” group

D-1.

Title I-participating high school with graduation rate less than 60% over a number of years

D-2.

Title I-eligible high school with graduation rate less than 60% over a number of years

E.

Tier I or Tier II SIG school implementing a school intervention model

 

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