Wadsworth Community Radio

On Thursday, the Ohio Department of Education released the 2022-2023 report card for each school and district in the State of Ohio. You can view the report cards by clicking here.

In addition, the Wadsworth School District released their 2022-2023 Quality Profile, which can be viewed by clicking here.

“We believe that viewing both the state report card and Quality Profile gives the best overall picture of our school district,” Superintendent Dr. Andy Hill said in a news release. “As you will see, we have many areas of strength and some areas that we continue to focus on for improvement.”

Report Cards are designed to give parents, communities, educators and policymakers information about the performance of districts and schools — to celebrate achievement and success and identify areas for improvement. The information provides reporting on student performance, drives local conversations on school improvement and identifies schools to receive supports for getting better. The goal is to ensure all students receive an excellent education that can lead to success in life, careers and future learning.

The home page of the State Report Card website also noted: “Report cards are only one part of the story about what is happening in schools and districts. To get a more complete picture, we encourage you to visit schools, talk to educators, parents and students, and review the school’s or district’s webpage.”

The Wadsworth City School District is able to provide an exemplary educational experience for students because of the generous support of our community. Our district is fortunate to have highly qualified and motivated faculty and staff devoted to furthering the education of every student in our district.

“While we have been very successful in the past on the State of Ohio Report Card, we recognize that continuous improvement is always needed. There is no standing still in education; either we move forward or we fall backward as a result,” Dr. Hill said. “The partnerships our district has built within our community provide us with the support necessary to strive for excellence each day and further the opportunities for our most important asset, our students, who are the future of our great community.”

If you have any questions on the state report card or the Quality Profile, you can contact Dr. Andy Hill at 330-335-1300 or at ahill@wadsworthschools.org.

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