The district has received growth in success with its state accountability scores.
Perrin School Superintendent John Kuhn said that can be attributed to a well-balanced medley of factors including solid instruction combined with learning and motivation.
And successful they were. It was incorrectly reported in the Oct. 15 Gazette that Jacksboro High School was the only school to receive a distinction for testing.
Perrin-Whitt CISD actually received three which were distinctions for English/Language Arts at both schools and the Top 25 percent in progress for the elementary school.
For the Top 25 percent in progress, schools go up against 40 others with comparable size and demographics.
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