Hurley Student test scores are up.
Written by Jesse Baroka on November 23, 2022
HURLEY – Hurley Board of Education Hears Results of Student Test Scores on State Report Card. At the most recent meeting of the Hurley Board of Education, members heard a report on local results from the State Report Card. The Globe reports that elementary principal Steve Lombardo and middle/high school principal Melissa Oja said they were pleased overall with the scores. Lombardo said Hurley’s elementary students scored 72.3%, which was up from 71% last year and their achievement scores went up in math to 84.8%, well above the state average. Oja said on the middle/high school side, Hurley was in the “meets expectations” category, and showed improvement in overall scores from 59.2% to 63.3%. She attributed some of this to “solid growth” in language arts scores, and improved math scores with at-risk students, as well as strong achievement scores.