The State of Ohio's preliminary report cards are out for local school districts -- and the cream of the student crop remain Revere, Tallmadge, Nordonia Hills, Hudson, and Green all scoring over the 90-point mark for reading, writing, math, science and social studies.
Students in Copley-Fairlawn, Coventry, Cuyahoga Falls, Manchester, Mogadore, Norton, Stow-Munroe Falls, Twinsburg and Woodridge had test results of 90 or better in at least one of the five categories. Test scores in Akron, Barberton, and Springfield were generally in the 80s and 70s.
The highest scores came with a 98.7 in reading and 95.1 in science by Revere; Norton's 95.9 in writing took top place in that category; 96.8 in math and social studies from Hudson students claimed top spots in both of those categories. The lone test result below a 70 came in science testing, a 61.5 mark in Akron public schools.
The results were delayed by a month because of an ongoing investigation on whether some schools altered student attendance results. This partial report card doesn't include the impact of attendance, overall grades of performance index scores which help present a better picture of just how well schools are doing.
View the state report HERE from the Ohio Department of Education. You can access the full spreadsheet with statewide results by clicking on the attachment link after our social media tools further down on this page.