Antioch Elementary NC School Report Card
Dear Antioch Elementary Families,
Antioch Elementary School is committed to providing an environment where children’s academic, social, and emotional needs are met, challenged as well as celebrated. The school staff, of highly qualified educators, are dedicated to the students by supporting them in reaching their full potential. Once a year, the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction provides stakeholders with updates on public school achievements. This is communicated through the North Carolina School Report Card. These report cards include important information about school and student performance, class sizes, attendance, school safety, instructional resources, and teacher quality. Report data is available for our school district and for the state’s education system as a whole.During the 2017 - 2018 school year, our school was recognized as an A school, which is the highest rating that North Carolina schools can achieve. Our school is one of five elementary schools in UCPS to achieve this status. The students and staff at Antioch had a growth score of 1.2 which is at high end of the expected growth range. Our third, fourth and fifth grade students were 88.4% proficient on combined Reading and Math scores. Our fifth grade students scored an incredible 99.6% proficient on the Science EOG.
North Carolina’s READY school accountability program provides important information about Antioch Elementary School; however, these numbers only tell part of the story. There are many other indicators of school quality and areas of strength for AES. These strengths include the expertise and collaborative work of the school staff who seeks to maximize students' academic growth, character, and the high degree of parental support. AES embraces diversity and integrates global education across the curriculum as a UCPS International School. Technology is utilized with a 1:1 laptop initiative in grades 3 through 5 in preparation of being college and career ready. The Professional Learning Community at AES promotes teacher collaboration and student learning. Relationships, partnerships, and positive communication among staff, students, and parents are of utmost importance at Antioch Elementary. Working collaboratively, AES stakeholders have achieved many successes over the last decade and will build upon these successes in the quest for continuous improvement.
At Antioch Elementary, stakeholder involvement is very important to the success of the school. Please feel free to contact school personnel to discuss this report card or any other interests in AES. Also, feel free to visit the school website at: http://antioch.ucps.k12.nc.us/ Thank you for your continued support as we provide an environment where the academic, social and emotional needs of children are met, challenged and celebrated.
Tom Childers, Principal
Antioch Elementary School
To view the UCPS district report card click the "NC School Report Cards" link below then "District Report Card" link and choose the category you wish to view. Once the category page loads you will need to choose Union County Public Schools using the "Select District(s)" dropdown menu. Alamance-Burlington will be selected by default so you may wish to deselect that district to hide their data.
To find your school's report card click the "NC School Report Cards" link below then "School Report Card" Link and choose the category you wish to view. Once the category page loads you will need to choose Union County Public Schools using the "Select District(s)" dropdown menu and then the school using the "Select School(s)" dropdown. Antioch Elementary will be selected by default so you may wish to deselect that school to hide their data if that is not the school you wish to view.