Webster Parish schools scored a “C” on the Louisiana Department of Education’s report card summarizing academic achievement for the 2013-14 school year, and parish Superintendent of Education Dr. Dan Rawls sees that as a positive accomplishment.
“The majority of our schools went up, and that’s a positive. We no longer have “D” schools and last year we had three. That’s a positive. And, the district score went up, ever so slightly but it did go up and that’s a positive,” Rawls said.
Webster scored an 83 percent, up from last year’s 82.8. That compares to the state’s “B” average of 89.2