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  • Award presentation

    Layton Elementary puts Learning First


    Hard work is paying off in increased test scores at Layton Elementary.


    As a result of outstanding gains in SAGE language arts and math proficiency and growth scores, the school has received the Davis School District’s Learning First Achievement Award. The award is given for outstanding achievement and growth as measured in the Utah Comprehensive Accountability System.


    Layton’s scores place it in the top 15 percent academically of Utah’s Title 1 schools. The elementary also was recognized as a Reward School by the state for that achievement.


    Over the past two years, the school has increased its proficiency scores in language arts from 42 percent in 2014 to 44 percent in 2015. Math scores have seen a similar gain, from 47 percent in 2014 to 52 percent in 2015. The district average is 49 percent for language arts and math. Those higher scores reflect the district average in all schools, not just Title 1 schools.


    Scores in growth, which measure how well a group of students does academically compared to a similar group, also increased substantially over the two years. The growth increase went from 54 percent to 61 percent in language arts and 63 percent to 64 percent in math.


    At a ceremony at the school, district leaders touted the faculty and administration for their contribution. District Assessment Director Logan Toone reviewed the data, and Superintendent Dr. W. Bryan Bowles, Assistant Superintendents Pam Park and Craig Poll and other district officials presented the school with the award.


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