Henry County Superintendent Mary Elizabeth Davis wants the district to celebrate student CCRPI test score improvements on Dec 9.
Photo: BOB ANDRES/robert.andres@ajc.com
Photo: BOB ANDRES/robert.andres@ajc.com

Henry Schools to celebrate improving test scores with Dec. 9 “learning” day

Henry County Schools plan to celebrate improvements in the district’s Georgia College and Career Ready Performance Index or CCRPI scores with a “Celebrate Learning in Henry County Schools Day.”

The event, planned for Dec. 9, will spotlight the district’s 11.3 point improvement in this year’s CCRPI scores. Henry improved from an overall 66 score last year to a 77.3 this year.

“It’s an opportunity for our board to celebrate our students, our employees, and our schools for their great accomplishments in student learning as well as the recent growth in student performance,” Henry Superintendent

Mary Elizabeth Davis said.

The district said celebrations and recognition of student achievement will be held across all schools on “celebrate learning” day. Henry Schools also encouraged the community to celebrate the “11-point CCRPI growth and recent academic achievements of all students on this community-wide day of excitement.”

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