The COVID-19 pandemic's after-effects is still being felt in local schools, principals told the School Board Monday, Oct. 10.
At the board's monthly meeting, principals shared the highlights from their school's performance in the Oregon Statewide Assessment System (OSAS) tests. The state is set to release the results to the public later in the week.
Many administration members noted much room for improvement.
"We're not standing back from the data," Supt. Terry Martin said. "Our achievement is not as good as what we'd like. But we're also coming up with plans to lead us out of that."