The Billings School District Scores Well on MAP
The Missouri Assessment Program is a state mandated achievement test that is given to students in grades three through eight. The MAP tests are given in three areas including: Communication Arts, Math and Science. Students in grades three-eight take communication arts and math test. Students in grades five and eight take the science test. At the high school level, students take End of Course Exams in Algebra I, English II, Biology I, and Government.
These scores play an important part in the accreditation rating of the school district by the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE). The Billings School has received the "Distinction in Performance" award from DESE for six years. Currently, the district has an APR score of 132.5 of 140 points, presenting 94.6%.
Cynthia Brandt, superintendent noted, " I am so proud of our students, faculty, parents and community for their support of our school and the dedication given to the learning process."
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Click here to see the Report Card for Billings School District