The results indicate that Goddard Middle School made great gains in all 10 areas tested.
Ames Elementary and Littleton Preparatory Charter School increased scores in 9 out of 10 areas.
The results also shows that all grade levels in the district scored a slightly higher average in reading, writing, math and science then the state. The over all data shows improvement in other schools compared to 2006 scores.
The district scored an average of 14 points higher on the test than the state, which is up from 13 percent in 2006.
In the Littleton Schools district seven grades improved their scores for reading, writing, math and science. Eight grades declined and one remained the same. For the state, nine grades improved, eight declined and three stayed the same.
The most improved grade in the district on the reading assessment with 84% performing at above proficiency was the sixth –graders. An increase from 79% performance at that level in 2006
Eighth graders saw the greatest decline on reading test, falling 2% from last year.
Sixth graders also showed 5% gain on writing assessment.
Again on the math portion the sixth-graders performed the best with a 6% increase over 2006.
To see all scores for the District go to Colorado Department of Education