Chattanooga Valley Middle School Gets Recognized

Flintstone, GA (WDEF) – The students and staff at Chattanooga Valley Middle School have a reason to celebrate.

The campus is now designated as a reward school because the kids performed so well on statewide assessments.

The Georgia Department of Education released its 2015-2016 list of Title I Reward Districts and Reward Schools.

The “Reward District” designation is awarded to school systems with the highest absolute performance over three years for the “all students” group on the statewide assessments, among districts of their size.

Each Reward District receives a grant of $50,000 in additional federal funds.

“These schools and districts are working against the odds to provide opportunities for their students,” State School Superintendent Richard Woods said. “These excellent outcomes translate into changed lives for thousands of students, and I can’t overstate how proud we are of all those who worked to make them happen.”

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