Chagrin Falls Schools was recognized by the State Board of Education and State Superintendent of Public Instruction Paolo DeMaria for achieving high performance and outstanding progress and momentum for students. This year, Chagrin Falls Schools was one of only four districts in the state to earn the “All A Award” by recording straight A’s on the Ohio School Report Card.
“This recognition is a reflection of very focused work throughout the District over the last three years. It is a result of the hard work and talent of our staff and students. However, it is important to understand this is only one measure of success in our efforts to develop our students socially, emotionally and academically,” said Superintendent Dr. Robert Hunt, Chagrin Falls Schools.
Chagrin Falls High School also received the “Overall A Award” for its overall grade of “A.” In addition, Chagrin Falls High School received the Momentum Award for exceeding expectations in student growth for the year. This is the fourth year in a row that Chagrin Falls High School received this award.
Gurney Elementary School and Chagrin Falls Intermediate School both received the “Overall A Award” for the second year in a row. Chagrin Falls Middle School also received the “Overall A Award” this year.
“The students, teachers, administrators and staff honored are shining examples to peers and colleagues around Ohio,” said State Board of Education President Laura Kohler. “We are so proud of these award recipients and the effort they put into learning, leading and growing every day. We are both encouraged and challenged by the example of excellence they are setting.”