Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) is part of the federal No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB). Its purpose is to ensure that all students have the necessary reading and math skills needed to prepare them for the future. It makes schools accountable to students, parents, teachers, as well as the community.
For more information regarding our School District's performance in relationship to the federal government's No Child Left Behind law, please visit Pennsylvania's Academic Achievement Report at http://www.paayp.com.
On this site you will find District and School Reports that contain:
- Adequate Yearly (AYP) targets and results for the previous school year
- A report with last year's results and next year's targets
- Discussion of results for parents and educators
Please refer to the Department of Education's Webpage for our district's report card, as well as each building's report card.