The new 2009 school report cards are out and the Lake Oswego School District received the highest marks for each of its 13 schools.Â The District has been on a 3-year winningÂ streak and is tops among county districts.
The report cards were first mandated by the state Legislature in 1999 to determine school performance.Â The evaluations largely used standardized test scores, but attendance, SAT scores, the number of students who took the tests and school improvement are all factors as well.
However, the West Linn-Wilsonville School District isn't far behind LO and couldÂ grab the title,Â "best-rated school district in Clackamas County", away from Lake Oswego soon.Â Â West Linn-WilsonvilleÂ received the top "outstanding" designation in this year's report cards with only one school (Inza R. Wood Middle School) receiving a "satisfactory" mark.Â
Congrats to both school districts, the students and teachersÂ for allÂ their hard work.
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