“We attribute our success to the leadership of our administrators and high quality, dedicated educators and support staff in the classroom,” said Demers.
“Our teachers have been focusing on and analyzing their formative assessment data to guide them in meeting the instructional needs of all students. As a result, we are seeing that our students are learning and growing and making progress based on past assessment performances,” she said.
Monroe Schools was among the Butler County districts to earn an overall grade of “B” — the highest letter grade by any county district — on Ohio’s most recent annual report card.
Other Butler County school districts with schools earning the Momentum Award are: New Miami, Ross and Lakota school systems.