County Schools Need More Work in Math, Literacy

Posted: November 23, 2012 at 2:07 a.m.

Washington County high schools fell short of their goals in the status report issued earlier this week by the Arkansas Department of Education.

At A Glance

School Status

Achieving Schools

-Elkins: Elementary and primary schools

-Farmington: Randall G. Lynch Middle School

-Lincoln: Middle school

-West Fork: Elementary school

Needs Improvement Schools

-Elkins: Middle and High schools

-Farmington: High School, Ledbetter Intermediate, Williams and Folsom Elementary schools.

-Greenland: Elementary, middle and high schools

-Lincoln: Elementary and high schools

-Prairie Grove: Elementary, intermediate, middle and high schools

-West Fork: Middle and high schools

Source: Staff Report

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