The Annual Report for the St. Elizabeth R-IV School District is a resource that offers an overview of the district’s programs and achievements to all of our stakeholders. It is a way of showing accountability and transparency to the families and residents who support our schools.
According to district Superintendent Doug Kempker, "Our school district is proud to have such great test scores. It is a testament to our teachers, staff, parents, and students and their dedication to our school community."
State law (Section 160.522) requires the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education to publish an annual “report card” about each school district, each school building, and each charter school. All of the information provided in the report is compiled from data our district reports to the Department. At the website below, search for “St. Elizabeth R-IV (066-104)” under “Choose District or Charter.” All Missouri school district information is available on this website.
Below is the message provided by the Department of Elementry and Secondary Education:
The Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) publishes the state, local education agency (LEA), and building-level Report Cards for 2021-22. The report cards are available in two different formats:
· Traditional format (using SQL Survey Reporting System)
· Report Card Visualization/Dashboard (state, LEA, and building)
The interactive features of the Report Card Visualization/Dashboard will allow a user to:
· Look for specific information by using the top navigation bar to view each of the reporting categories;
· Hover over charts, graphs, tiles, and the information icon to see additional information; and
· Switch between LEAs or other filters by clicking on dropdown menus to make new selections.
If you have questions or need additional information about the Report Card release, don't hesitate to get in touch with the Office of Data System Management at 573-751-2223.
For questions about the release of the LEA and building-level assessment data, don't hesitate to get in touch with the School Improvement section in the Office of Quality Schools at 573-751-4426.