Opstad, Fall City and North Bend Elementary Schools, Eagle Rock Multiage School earn state awards for student achievment

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Three Snoqualmie Valley schools and one Riverview school have earned Washington Achievement Awards for the 2016 school year.

The awards use the Washington State Achievement Index and are based on statewide assessment data for the three previous years. The Achievement Index measures school performance, emphasizing improvement and recognition. Schools must have at least 95 percent participation on state tests to qualify for recognition. Priority and Focus schools are only eligible for Closing the Achievement Gap.

Schools are recognized in seven categories, including high progress; growth in English language arts; and closing the achievement gap.

Opstad and North Bend Elementary Schools were recognized for closing the achievement gap. Fall City Elementary was recognized for English language arts growth. Riverview’s Eagle Rock Multiage School as recognized for high progress.

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