Marshville Elementary School NC Report Card
Dear Parents and Friends of Marshville Elementary School,
Thank you for taking the time to learn more about the North Carolina School Report Card and Marshville Elementary! Once a year we provide you with updates on our school’s achievements through the North Carolina School Report Card. Indicators reported in our report card include school and student performance, class size, student attendance, school safety, instructional resources, and teacher quality. Report card data will be available for each school, for each school district, and for the state’s educational system as a whole.
Test scores for our students in 2016-17 indicated that our students demonstrated significant academic growth. Marshville Elementary School met 100% of our 14 participation targets and raised our School Performance Grade from a D to a C, bringing our school out of Low Performing Status!
Test scores are one way to measure accountability and success, there are many other indicators of school quality that are important to parents and community members. At Marshville Elementary School, we are proud of the levels of intervention that we are able to provide to support student success and academic growth. Our staff is committed to providing quality, rigorous instruction each and every day and to developing a strong academic foundation with success for all students.
At Marshville Elementary, we focus on preparing students to be lifelong learners. Students learn to be readers, problem-solvers and creative thinkers who are ready for the future and prepared to be productive citizens in the 21st century. We are working to improve reading instruction following a structured guided reading model. We are in our second year of PBIS (Positive Behavior Intervention Support) implementation and are seeing great success with this model. PBIS teaches students appropriate behavior while focusing on building relationships and promoting positive actions by all. We are continuing the implementation of a STEM (Science Technology Engineering and Math) classroom this year where students have the opportunity to be involved in a wide variety of hands-on learning projects. In addition, we have expanded our Classrooms of Tomorrow inquiry based learning model to include 5th in addition to 4th grade students in the form of EmpowerEd classrooms.
Thank you for allowing us to share our annual report card with you and thank you for supporting our efforts to provide our children with a high quality, twenty-first century education. We look forward to continue to grow in our success throughout the 2017-18 school year!
Janna Licata, Principal
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.