PHS earns high B on state report card
Pleasant Home School earned an 86 on the school report card this year.
Assistant Principal Amber McKathan said that PHS improved in the areas of academic achievement and chronic absenteeism.
“All other others stayed about the same as previous years,” she said. “We are very proud of our students and teachers working very hard to ensure students are attending school regularly and providing interventions to struggling students.”
McKathan said that teacher at PHS identify areas of weaknesses for students and develop plans along with their instructional coach to help students achieve grade-level performance.
“We use a variety of instructional programs that are scientifically research-based to ensure a high-quality education for all students,” she said. “We have tremendous support from our community, parents and other stakeholders, which helps our students to reach their full potential. We are very proud of all of our students, teachers and other staff members who have contributed to our school’s success.”