FREDERICKTOWN — Summing up the end of the school year for the Fredericktown local school district, High School Principal Kim Radulovich presented on graduation statistics and test scores at the June meeting of the Fredericktown board of education Tuesday evening.

Radulovich presented statistics on some of the struggling students that were aided through pathways to achieve graduation standards. Some of the alternative pathways that have been utilized by the district include test scores, attendance records, capstone projects, work and community service hours and career center program work hours.

She explained that without these pathways, 58 out of the 89 students would have made it to graduation standards, which is a 65 percent success rate; with an option of retaking state tests, 65 out of 89 students would have made it to graduation standards, which is a 73 percent success rate; and with the alternative pathways that were utilized, 98.9 percent of the students made it to graduation.

 

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