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Carlisle High School Honored for Breaking Education Barriers

Carlisle High School was one of five Iowa schools honored by the State Board of Education for their work to raise achievement among groups of students who traditionally face challenges in the classroom.
The Breaking Barriers to Teaching and Learning Award was created by the State Board of Education. Each year, the award recognizes successful efforts to eliminate achievement gaps.
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Carlisle High School Welcomes New Athletic Hall of Fame Inductees

The Carlisle high school athletic department is pleased to announce its hall of fame induction ceremony will be held on Friday, Jan. 19. The inductees will be honored between the girls and boys basketball games against Perry that evening, which begin at 6 p.m. The ceremony will commence at approximately 7:15 p.m. in the high school gymnasium. Selected to the fourth hall of fame class are Robert Spencer, Brian D. Keeney (‘86) and Bill Betterton (‘92).
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Iowa School Report Card

Knowing where you are and where you want to go is a key part of growth and improvement. Our schools regularly use academic performance data to tell us how our students are progressing and to adjust instruction for better results. While the report only tell part of the story through data, they support what we know about our district: our schools are doing very well. All Carlisle schools ranked in the upper 46% of all schools in the state, with two of our schools being the top performers in Warren County. Carlisle Elementary ranked in the upper 2% in state receiving a ranking of Exceptional and Carlisle High School ranked in the upper 8% in the state with a “High-Performing” ranking. Both Carlisle Middle School and Hartford Upper Elementary ranked in the upper 46% with a ranking of “Acceptable”. Read more to view a district snapshot for each building.
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