The Mariemont City School District released its 2016-17 Quality Profile on Monday, as a more comprehensive assessment of its performance and areas of focus. The Quality Profile is a supplement to the state’s district report card which will be released soon. Because the state report card focuses primarily on how well students perform on individual state mandated assessments, the district felt it was important to once again inform parents and residents of this additional information to provide a greater understanding of how the district is addressing and meeting expectations important to our community.
“We have so much to be proud of as a school district,” said Mariemont City Schools’ Superintendent Steven Estepp. “Our Quality Profile tells the bigger story of the great work that our students and staff did last school year and continue to do today.”
In its fifth year now, the purpose of the Quality Profile is to offer comprehensive glimpse into the areas of the school district that matter most. Six areas are highlighted this year: (1) academics; (2) facilities; (3) finances; (4) partnerships; (5) arts & athletics; and (6) student experiences.
The Quality Profile is released as part of the school district’s partnership with the Alliance for High Quality Education, a statewide education consortium that works to improve educational opportunities for students.