Student Achievement Data

 
 
Annually, students in the Clinton Community School District are evaluated on their level of academic proficiency in reading comprehension, mathematics, and science by taking the Iowa Tests of Basic Skills. These tests are given by the district each November in grades K-11. The Iowa Department of Education evaluates grades 3-5, 6-8, and 11 in meeting their target criteria.  This testing is done to satisfy the federal requirement that all children become proficent in reading, math, and science by the year 2014. Click on the student achievement data to reveal a graph that shows the achievement of this school's combined 3-5 graders from the most recent testing season. If anyone is interested in more detailed achievement data, please contact the Curriculum Director of the Clinton District.  Click on the link below for the most recent ITBS student achievement data.
 
November 2015 - 2016 BLUFF STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT DATA IOWA ASSESSMENTS
  
While the Iowa Tests of Basic Skills is the single student performance indicator that the government uses to determine success, the Clinton Schools measure a variety of other areas to help us gain a broader picture of how we are doing.  Click on the link below to see additional academic, behavioral and student attendance performance data and target goals for Bluff Elementary School.
 

BLUFF ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Student and Teacher Goals for 2016-2017