Just as your child’s teacher sends home a report card to tell you how well your child is learning, the Twinsburg City School District and each of our schools receive a Ohio School Report Card each August from the Ohio Department of Education. The report cards tell our school community if we are doing a good job of educating our students. You can see our most recent report cards at reportcard.education.ohio.gov.
Our school district and each of our schools will be rated with a letter grade of A-F on six ways of measuring school success. One of our letter grades is for “overall student progress.”
These letter grades should give you a clearer picture of how our school district and each of our schools are doing. Our school district along with all school districts in Ohio will receive grades on 10 measures in six components.
You can learn more about Ohio School Report Card grades and how they are determined at the website links above. If you have questions or concerns about the performance of the Twinsburg City School District or any of our schools in any of the areas listed on the report card, please contact your child’s principal or Superintendent Kathi Powers at 330-486-2000.