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Superintendent gives overview

Math scores are low, dropping districtwide

The Shelton School District developed a five-year strategic plan relying on comments from more than 1,000 people, and students are benefitting from earlier recruiting and hiring of quality teachers.

At the same time, student test scores in math and language arts are low compared with students statewide.

Those are some of the takeaways from Superintendent Wyatt Jessee's state-of-the-district presentation Tuesday evening at the Shelton School Board meeting in the Mountain View Elementary School cafeteria.

The superintendent lauded the district's five-year plan, formulated after 570 people respon...


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