Robertson County schools recognized for superior academic growth reaches record number
Nearly a dozen Robertson County schools have been recognized for superior academic growth, according to the state.
This designation follows the release of Tennessee Value Added Assessment System scores for the 2020-2021 school year by the Tennessee Department of Education.
"Only two years ago, we were ecstatic when five of our schools scored the highest TVAAS level of five, which was the most we had ever had in Robertson County. Then COVID hit, and while many of us considered 20-21 as the school year to be in 'survival mode', our teachers stepped up and demonstrated that growth was possible despite the challenges," Robertson County Director of Schools Dr. Chris Causey said in prepared statements.
"Amazingly, they simply worked even harder. Our students were the beneficiaries of that work, and we could not be more proud of the results we now see."
The scores are extremely encouraging, Robertson County Schools Supervisor of System Data Lewis Walling said in the statements, adding overall news of the designation was fabulous.
"As a district we were significantly above expectations. This will elevate our position even further," he said.
"This validates the work that teachers do. It is evidence of work in the classroom and tells us that even though we’re not yet at the achievement level we want, we’re moving our students along at a rate that significantly outpaces expectations. The achievement scores will come if we continue this level of progress."
Robertson County Schools officials expressed pride in the district’s continued progress, despite the onset of a global pandemic and frequent school interruptions last year.
“Teachers did a great job last year of getting our students to grow in the middle of the most difficult school year imaginable,” Walling said in his statements.
“The year was the hardest in my career, and I shared that with teachers, because they were truly exemplary. This data validates their efforts because despite the pandemic, we exceeded pre-pandemic expectations.”
The district scored the highest possible score out of five in all composites, according to the report. Eleven schools earned a score of five and two more scored a four in composite scores.
TVAAS scores of three illustrate expected growth within a school, lower scores reflect less than expected growth and higher scores show greater growth than expected.
Receiving an exemplary rating is a desirable goal for the state's school districts, and Robertson County Schools isn’t far behind.
The district has progressed from a “needs improvement”, district, to “advancing”, (meeting growth expectations), and continues to move toward an exemplary designation, school officials noted.
Here are the 11 Robertson County Schools receiving level 5 status:
- Crestview Elementary
- Cheatham Park Elementary
- Coopertown Middle
- Krisle Elementary
- Springfield Middle
- East Robertson Elementary
- East Robertson High
- Greenbrier Elementary
- Jo Byrns Elementary
- White House Heritage Elementary
- White House Heritage High
Katie Nixon can be reached at [email protected] or (615) 517-1285.
Robertson County School District
Robertson County School District ranks among the top 20% of public school district in Tennessee for:
Students by Ethnicity:
Students by Grade:
District Revenue and Spending
Best Robertson County School District Public Schools (2021-22)
|Revenue by Source|
|Total Current Expenditures:||$97,506,000||$8,567|
|Student and Staff Support:||$10,084,000||$886||10%|
|Operations, Food Service, other:||$13,018,000||$1,144||13%|
|Total Capital Outlay:||$2,778,000||$244|
|Total Non El-Sec Education & Other:||$985,000||$87|
|Interest on Debt:||$3,668,000||$322|
- * denotes a column with data from 2020-2021
- [ † ] indicates that the data are not applicable. For example, the enrollment and staff characteristics for districts that opened in the 2020-2021 school year will not be available until the full 2020-2021 file is released.
- [ – ] indicates that the data are missing.
- [ ‡ ] indicates that the data do not meet NCES data quality standards.
- The directory information on district name, address, and phone number are preliminary data from initial submissions of district level data for 2020-2021.
- Data provided on student membership and staffing are from the official district level data for 2019-2020.
Source:CCD Public school district data for the 2019-2020, 2020-2021 school years
Springfield is a city in Robertson county, Tennessee
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