School district talks to parents about state grades

(WEAU) - It's a story we first told you about Monday. Thursday night, parents got to ask questions about the grades their schools were given by the state.

The Eau Claire Area School District held an informational meeting at Delong Middle School. The report cards were issued to each school in the state this week. The cards concentrated on priority areas like reading achievements, math and science growths and graduation rates.

Most high schools in the area met or exceeded expectations.

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