Posted Thursday, July 4, 2019
Clovis Unified School District is one of 26 districts in California and, for the second year in a row, the only district in the Central Valley to be recognized as a California Honor Roll School District. The announcement as made recently when the district also learned 24 CUSD schools have earned a place on the 2018-19 California Honor Roll for high-performing schools by the Campaign for Business and Education Excellence (CBEE) and Educational Results Partnerships (ERP). The annual Honor Roll is part of a nationwide effort to recognize schools leading the way in helping students achieve at the highest academic levels. It recognizes public elementary, intermediate and high schools that demonstrate consistently high levels of student academic achievement, improvement in achievement over time, and reduction in achievement gaps. For high schools, Honor Roll recognition includes high college readiness in students. This year, the California Honor Roll recognized 1,831 higher performing schools that are distinguished for their academic achievement and losing
Clovis Unified schools receiving the honor are:
¦ Elementary: Boris, Clovis, Cole, Fancher Creek, Fort Washington, Fugman, Gettysburg, Jefferson, Liberty,
Lincoln, Maple Creek, Mickey Cox, Mountain View, Nelson and Oraze
¦ Intermediate: Alta Sierra, Clark, Granite Ridge, Kastner, Reyburn
¦ High School: Clovis, Clovis East, Clovis North, Clovis West
In determining the recipients, ERP and CBEE looked for a common set of success factors including having clear, specific learning objectives aligned to college and career readiness, along with evidence-based instructional practices; establishing system-wide mission of college and career readiness for all students; investing in human capital; maintaining data and assessment systems to monitor school and student performance; and deploying resources and guidance to support schools’ efforts to prepare all students for college and career.