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The Kentucky Department of Education (KDE) released the annual School Report Card data from the 2021-22 academic year on October 18th. 

This year’s report card features the state’s new color-coded rating (blue, green, yellow, orange, red) for all schools at each level (elementary, middle, high) with red being the lowest and blue being the highest. 

“We are proud of the work our schools have done the past few years dealing with the pandemic and doing what’s best for our community, but it is obvious here (and statewide) that it’s taken a toll on our students and staff. We are looking at areas of improvement and focused on implementing strategies that will help our students and staff.”

Overall no schools in the district were rated in the red (very low) or blue (very high) categories. The district did have one school, Hustonville Elementary, that was rated green (high). 

“As expected, the COVID-19 pandemic has had a profound impact on our students and our schools as they continue to recover from the interrupted learning that occurred over the past two years,” said Education Commissioner and Chief Learner Jason E. Glass. “These assessment results will serve as the baseline from which we will move forward as we look to new and innovative learning opportunities for all of Kentucky’s students.”

You may view the full report card for Lincoln County Schools and additional districts here: