WASL Scores In

Individual scores are still a couple weeks away, from my understanding, but here is a table showing the percentage of Bremerton School District students who passed state-assigned levels during the 2006-07 WASL testing period.

Grade Level Reading Math Writing Science
3rd Grade 64.3% 66.4%    
4th Grade 67.8% 50.6% 54.1%  
5th Grade 71.9% 59.0%   39.7%
6th Grade 55.2% 37.9%    
7th Grade 63.0% 45.7% 52.4%  
8th Grade 58.6% 29.7%   28.2%
10th Grade 72.2% 41.8% 72.7% 24.1%

Worth noting is that as historically has been true, Bremerton numbers are lower than the state average. That established, it appears to me on first glance that Bremerton kids are close in some areas and still a fair bit off in others. The fifth-grade reading number, which is down from the 05-06 class, is nonetheless a bit higher than the state average, the first time any district students have fared better than their peers throughout the state in reading. A couple of writing tests have gone well for select Bremerton classes in the past and this year marks the second year the fifth grade science numbers were better than the state kids.

For information on individual schools, go to the state’s Web site.

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