TIFFIN — Two buildings in the Tiffin City Schools system have received awards at the annual Ohio School Performance Awards ceremony held on Monday.
Washington K-1 School was recognized with an Overall A Award, which recognizes schools and districts that earn an overall grade of A on their report card. According to a statement from Tiffin City Schools, 27 districts and 209 schools have received the honor.
Noble 4-5 School was recognized as a High Progress School of Honor. This award recognizes a school or district that has a substantial proportion of economically-disadvantaged students (40 percent or more), has gains in student performance, received an A or B on the Value Added component of the state report card, and an A, B, or C on gap closing.
Noble was one of 72 schools in the state recognized with the award, according to Tiffin City Schools.
Washington and Noble were the only schools in Seneca County to receive Ohio School Performance Awards at Monday’s ceremony.