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Oshkosh school district 'meets expectations' on new report card

5:39 PM, Sep. 17, 2013
Trevor Beam, 11, left, works on persuasive writing as teacher Ann Miller answers a student's question during a literacy session at ALPs Charter School. For the second year, ALPS was rated as significantly exceeding expectations on the state's school report card.
Trevor Beam, 11, left, works on persuasive writing as teacher Ann Miller answers a student's question during a literacy session at ALPs Charter School. For the second year, ALPS was rated as significantly exceeding expectations on the state's school report card.
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All but two Oshkosh-area schools are meeting or exceeding the state's expectations for student performance, according to accountability report cards released Tuesday.

The state says Jefferson and Roosevelt elementary schools in Oshkosh met few expectations, the second lowest rating on a five-point scale. Both schools had been meeting expectations last year.

The district is cautioning people not to read too much into the ratings. ...

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