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Education Awards

Title I Academic Achievement Award

The Washington State Title I, Part A Academic Achievement Award is a competitive award which honors exemplary Title I, Part A schools. The purpose of the program is to honor the work of successful Title I, Part A school teams, while providing model strategies to assist other schools. Eligibility for the award will be based on the Smarter Balanced Assessment data for school years ending in 2015 and 2016, based upon student growth percentiles (SGP) and state average scores.

2016–17 Academic Achievement Award Winners

The following schools have been selected for the 2016-2017 Title I, Part A Academic Achievement Award:

Martin Sortun Elementary
Kent School District
Greg Kroll, Principal
Significantly Raising Student Achievement in Mathematics

Emerald Hills Elementary
Sumner School District
Andrea Landes, Principal
Significantly Raising Student Achievement in ELA

Parkwood Elementary
Shoreline School District
Ann Torres, Principal
Significantly Raising Student Achievement in Mathematics

Odyssey Elementary
Mukilteo School District
Cheryl Boze, Principal
Significantly Raising Student Achievement in Mathematics/ELA

Gildo Rey Elementary
Auburn School District
Lenny Holloman, Principal
Significantly Raising Student Achievement in Mathematics

Chambers Primary School
University Place School District
Ali Shepard, Principal
Significantly Raising Student Achievement in Mathematics/ELA

Westview Elementary
Spokane School District
Catherine Comfort, Principal
Significantly Raising Student Achievement in Mathematics

Garfield Elementary
Everett Schools
Monique Beane, Principal
Significantly Raising Student Achievement in ELA

Cascade Elementary School
Eastmont School District
Kim Browning, Principal
Significantly Raising Student Achievement in ELA

Title I, Part A Academic Achievement Award

  • Nominations can be made by principals, administrators, and educators.
  • Self-nominations are accepted.
  • Schools must then fill out a comprehensive application. (Additional information: Memorandum 051-16)
  • Winners will receive $10,000 towards furthering academic achievement in their school, along with statewide recognition.

Previous Winners

View winners 2003–2017

Questions?

Contact Larry Fazzari
360-725-6100

 

 

   Updated 1/30/2017

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