Claremore Daily Progress

Government

October 10, 2012

Claremore School board finalizes $27.9M budget

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CLAREMORE —

In a letter regarding the annual budget report, McClaren wrote, “While there are annual fluctuations in student enrollment numbers, we still have an obligation to annually measure student academic progress to ensure that all groups of students — disaggregated by poverty, race and ethnicity, disability and limited English proficiency data--reach proficiency in reading and math in the 2013 and 2014 school year.” 
He said even though Claremore schools are faced with financial challenges, service to the students will continue to be the primary goal.
Currently, Claremore’s ACT/SAT scores rank 24th in the state.

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