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JASD continues to meet AYP

February 15, 2013

Photo by Gian DeLoia – The elementary and high school of the Johnsonburg Area School District were awarded the Keystone Achievement Awards from the state Department of Education for meeting Adequate Yearly Progress for two consecutive years, 2010-2011 and 2011 and 2012, in the Pennsylvania System of School Assessment. Shown, from left, Elementary Principal Jennifer Hobbs, Special Education Supervisor Kirsten Wolfe and High School Principal Brock Benson.

JOHNSONBURG – For the 10th consecutive year, both the elementary and high school in the Johnsonburg Area School District [JASD] were recipients of the Keystone Achievement Awards received from the Pennsylvania Department of Education in recognition for its ability to meet Adequate Yearly Progress [AYP] targets for two consecutive years in the Pennsylvania System of School Assessment [PSSA].

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