Missouri Assessment Program (MAP) scores
Preliminary Missouri Assessment Program (MAP) results have been received by the district. District administrators are reviewing the results. Raymore-Peculiar students who took the MAP test in Grades 3-8 will receive score reports to take home on or before Sept. 30, 2017.
Great score on Annual Performance Report
The District is pleased to announce a 98.9 percent score on its 2016 Annual Performance Report (APR) from the state Department of Elementary and Secondary Education.
The report includes student achievement data, graduation rates, attendance rates, and college and career readiness indicators. The report measures how well the District serves students under specific state guidelines and is used to determine a school district's accreditation.
The District received 138.5 out of 140 total points possible on the APR. This is an increase from the 98.6 percent earned in 2015, 96.1 percent earned in 2014, and the 93.2 percent achieved in 2013.
"While the APR is not the only valuable measure of our progress, it is gratifying to receive outside confirmation of the quality of our efforts," said Superintendent Dr. Kari Monsees. "I appreciate the hard work and dedication by our students and staff and their focus on continuous improvement over time."
Ray-Pec Annual Performance Report summary
| Annual Performance Report History
|APR total points||130.5/140||134.5/140||138.0/140||138.5/140|
|Percent of points||93.2||96.1||98.6||98.9|