25 September 2013
Fluvanna schools announced Friday (Sept. 20) that the state fully accredited its elementary schools and high school.
School Superintendent Gena Keller said staff and students worked hard to reach that milestone.
Fluvanna Middle School just missed the benchmark, with a score of 69. To achieve full accreditation, schools had to have a score of 70.
West Central Primary did not get a score because it is a new school, formed when Cunningham and Columbia primary schools closed in May.
“I am pleased with the work our staff has done to help address areas of concern,” Keller said. “They continue to refine their classroom instruction to meet the needs of all our students. With a continued focus on providing each child with a quality education, I’m sure we will surpass these benchmarks.”