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2020 D. 202 state report card mirrors 2019 due to pandemic

The 2020 state report card looks very familiar, thanks to COVID-19.

The Illinois State Board of Education this year issued the same summative designations for schools as they received in 2019 because of the pandemic’s impact on schools last spring.


ISBE in March waived all state testing and accountability measures among several efforts to ensure equity and support schools and students as COVID-19 pushed schools to quickly implement remote learning.

Therefore,  all 28 District 202 schools have been designated as either “Exemplary” or “Commendable,” as they were last year, under the federal “Every Student Succeeds Act” (ESSA).

Students are scheduled to take state accountability assessments again next spring.

The ESSA assigns four designations to schools based on 10 indicators of performance including student growth: Exemplary, Commendable, Underperforming and Lowest- Performing:


  • Eagle Pointe Elementary School


  • Central, Charles Reed, Creekside, Crystal Lawns, Eichelberger, Freedom, Grand Prairie, Lakewood Falls, Liberty, Lincoln, Meadow View, Ridge, River View, Thomas Jefferson, Walker’s Grove and Wesmere elementary schools;
  • Aux Sable, Drauden Point, Heritage Grove, Indian Trail, Ira Jones, John F. Kennedy, and Timber Ridge middle schools; and
  • Plainfield High School – Central Campus, and Plainfield South, North and East high schools.

Preschools including District 202’s Bonnie McBeth Learning Center are not assessed. Scores for Plainfield Academy, which serves both high school and middle school students were incorporated into their home schools’ results.


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