Auburn's Evergreen Heights Elementary School awarded 2011 National Title I, Part A Distinguished Schools Award in math

Evergreen Heights Elementary School is one of only two schools statewide to be awarded the 2011 National Title I, Part A Distinguished Schools Award sponsored by the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI).

The school was recognized for significantly closing the achievement gap between student groups in mathematics. Evergreen Heights soars above the state average in mathematics, as measured by the Measurements of Student Progress (MSP).

Evergreen Heights will be honored at the 2012 National Title I Conference in Seattle, January 21-24, 2012. Evergreen Heights also will receive state-level recognition and a $10,000 award.

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