SCV News | 2022 Hart County English, Math and Science State Exam Results

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By Hart School District

The William C. Hart Union School District has released preliminary results from the California Department of Education for the district’s performance on the California Smarter Balanced Assessments in English and Math.

The results of the California Science Test were also released.

The test results reflect the academic performance of students in California during the challenging period of the pandemic. As in the district, state and nationally, student assessment scores declined in several areas. Despite falling during this period of COVID disruption, Hart County continues to outperform both Los Angeles County and the state of California.

“The pandemic has presented countless challenges for Hart County students, staff and families,” Hart County Superintendent Kuhlman said. “Despite the dedicated work of members of our community, the results of student evaluations showed some decline compared to previous “normal” school years. Although we are disappointed by these results, we believe that this is a temporary trend that can be reversed through intervention strategies. However, we will use these results along with other measures to guide our learning and assess our progress. We’re proud of the growth we’ve achieved despite many setbacks and lost learning time. We will implement elements of our new Strategic Plan to help accelerate student learning to ensure that every student graduates ready for opportunity.”

State assessment results for William S. Hart High School District, Los Angeles County and California show:

Percentage of students meeting or exceeding state standards:

Hart English mathematics

Additionally, despite the lost learning time, the district posted the following areas of growth:

– The number of English language learners in the district has increased

– Hart District as a whole, five district middle schools and two middle schools increased the percentage of students meeting or exceeding state standards in science, including:

Academy of the Canyons

Bowman High School

Golden Valley High School

Savus secondary school

West Ranch High School

La Mesa High School

Rancho Pico High School

– Two district gymnasiums and five secondary schools have increased in English.

Bowman High School

Valencia High School

Rancho Pico High School

Rio Norte High School

Arroyo Seco High School

La Mesa High School

Sierra Vista High School

-Mathematics increased by one regional high school

Bowman High School

– The William S. Hart High School District has new and expanded support to accelerate student learning. These initiatives include:

A multi-tiered support system that includes:

Increased intervention opportunities

Online programs for additional academic support

Extra help time during the school day

Parallel helper classes

Various loan repayment programs

– Support systems for socio-emotional well-being.

– Expanding college and career readiness, including career path completion.

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