MCA test scores rise, fall at Henning
Henning School’s reading scores rose, while the math and science scores fell slightly from last year in the Minnesota Comprehensive Assessments released by the state on July 30.
“We’re above the state average, but not where we want to be,” said Principal Thomas Williams. “We’re performing at a good level when comparing ourselves to area schools, but we’re wanting to grow.”
Among the bright spots: The district performed better than the state average and ranks near the top in Otter Tail County in math, 62.4 percent of students proficient, and reading, 67 percent proficient. However, the district ranks near the bottom among area schools in science, with only 46.4 percent of students tested deemed read entire story. . . .