DELPHOS — Delphos City Schools have something to celebrate. The Ohio Department of Education School Report Cards were released on Wednesday and the district has reached the grade of “Excellent with Dinstinction.”
This is the district’s fourth “Excellent” and the first with “Distinction” attached.
“We couldn’t be more pleased,” Superintendent Frank Sukup said Thursday. “This is a testament to the hard work put in by the everyone. We congratulate the students for and thank them for their effort. The teaching staff has worked hard and we are proud of our parental support.”
Sukup said the district’s curriculum mapping has helped elevate its State Report Card grade.
“A lot of our success is from our curriculum mapping,” he said. “Teachers spend quite a bit of time looking at where students may be struggling and getting them the extra help. We are looking at data a little more. We are just continuing to do what we have been; we just did a better job this time.”
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