CCSD No.2 PAWS scores show improvement

Encampment tied for first in state for 7th grade reading


At its Wednesday meeting, Carbon County School District No.2 (CCSD 2) board of directors discussed the district’s performance on the state standardized PAWS test, on which the district showed improvements in scoring on math and reading across most grade levels.

The scores show improvement among the district’s students and mean the district’s curriculum—which is tied to common core academic standards—has a sufficient degree of academic rigor needed for the district to continue to improve, Jim Copeland, CCSD superintendent of schools told the CCSD board of directors. Encampment Juni...

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