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Most Area Schools Fail AYP
Monday, 25 July 2011

July 25--  Most of the schools in the eight-county area around Vidalia failed to make adequate yearly progress in the 2010-11 school term, according to the Georgia Department of Education.  Fifty-nine percent of the schools could not meet the standards set in No Child Left Behind legislation.  Statewide, 37 percent did not meet the mark.

School SystemMade AYP
Did Not Make AYP
 ToombsLyons Primary
 Lyons Upper Elementary
 Toombs Central Elementary
 Toombs Co High School
   Toombs Co Middle School
 Vidalia  Vidalia High School
   J.R.Trippe Middle School
   Sally Meadows Elementary
   J.D. Dickerson Primary
 MontgomeryMont Co Elementary
 Mont Co High School
   Mont Co Middle School
 Treutlen
Treutlen Elementary
 Treutlen Middle/High School
 TattnallCollins Elementary
 Collins Middle School
 Glennville Elementary
 Glennville Middle School
 Reidsville Middle School
 Reidsville Elementary
   Tattnall Co High School
Wheeler
Wheeler Co Elementary
 Wheeler Co High School
 Appling Appling Co Elementary
 Appling Co High School
  Altamaha Elementary
 Appling Co Middle School
  Appling Co Primary
 
  4th Dist Elementary  
 Candler Metter Elementary
Metter High School
  Metter Intermediate 
  Metter Middle School
 
Emanuel
 Swainsboro Primary
Emanual Co Institute
  Twin City Elementary Swainsboro Elementary
  Swainsboro High School
  Swainsboro Middle School
  Adrian School of Per Arts
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   

 

 
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