Delphi Community High School and Middle School both got Bs, while Delphi’s elementary got an A. Superintendent Ralph Walker was unavailable for comment.
Schools in Winamac received grades similar to the Carroll County schools. Winamac Community High School and Eastern Pulaski Elementary School both got A grades, and the middle school received a B.
Robert Klitzman, superintendent of the Eastern Pulaski Community School Corporation in Winamac, echoed Lagoni’s preference for including growth in the measure, but likewise had reservations about the particular method the state used to measure growth.
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