By school: How did each Racine school score on state report cards?

By school: How did each Racine school score on state report cards?

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Below is a breakdown of how each school in Racine Unified School District performed on the state report cards for 2018-19 Results were released Tuesday.

Unified elementary school scores

Fratt Elementary: 64.2, meets expectations

Giese Elementary: 46.1, fails to meet expectations

Goodland Elementary: 61.1, meets few expectations

Janes Elementary: 76.1 exceeds expectations

Jefferson Lighthouse Elementary: 82.1, exceeds expectations

Johnson Elementary: 60.7, meets few expectations

Jones Elementary: 57.3, meets few expectations

Julian Thomas: 67.9, meets expectations

Knapp Elementary: 57, meets few expectations

North Park Elementary: 69.4, meets expectations

Olympia Brown: 59.3, meets few expectations

Red Apple Elementary: 71.8, meets expectations

Roosevelt Elementary: 60.5, meets few expectations

Schulte Elementary: 63.7, meets expectations

Wadewitz Elementary: 81.5, exceeds expectations

West Ridge Elementary: 59.3, meets few expectations

Unified K-8 and middle school scores

Gifford K-8: 66.6, meets expectations

Gilmore Fine Arts: 61.7, meets few expectations

Jerstad-Agerholm K-8: 43.8, fails to meet expectations

Mitchell K-8: 54.9, meets few expectations

Starbuck Middle School: 47.6, fails to meet expectations

Unified high school scores

Case High School: 62.5, meets few expectations

Horlick High School: 58.9, meets few expectations

Park High School: 69.5, meets expectations

The REAL School: 67.8, meets expectations

Walden III: 76.9, exceeds expectations

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