Over the last several weeks, we've written several stories about the Greenfield and Whitnall school district’s ACT scores.
Last month, Patch reported that Whitnall’s ACT scores were the highest they’ve been in 17 years, while Greenfield’s dipped slightly as more students than ever took the test.
At the Greenfield annual meeting, Superintendent Conrad Farner said Greenfield, however, is moving in the right direction and gave his reasons for the dip. But later, he clarified statements he made about a key statistic used while defending the decrease.
But Greenfield Patch has yet to ask you, our users, if you’re happy with how the children in your districts are performing on the standardized ACT. Are you proud of where your children, grandchildren and neighbors rank as a whole? Are you disappointed, and if so, what do you think could/should be done?