Gravette schools recommended for accreditation
Schools complete comprehensive review process with AdvancED committee to obtain district-wide approval
Wednesday, March 2, 2011
“We are going to recommend your school be accredited.” With these words Michael Lodico revealed the results of a two-day visit to the Gravette Public Schools by an AdvancED District accreditation committee.
Lodico, a North Carolina educator, chaired a five-member team which spent two days evaluating the Gravette Public Schools, touring facilities, meeting with staff and administrators and visiting and questioning numerous citizens from the community.
The evaluation was the final step as the school seeks AdvancED accreditation status, rather than its present North Central Accreditation rating.
If approved by the national rating board, which will receive the recommendation, the change will consolidate the district’s schools, Glenn Duffy Elementary, Upper Elementary, Middle School and High School, into a single ...
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News, Pages 1 on 03/02/2011