NLRA Accountability

School Report Cards/Alternative Accountability

Since NLRA is a small school of less than 80 students, each year rather than participating in the traditional state school report card, we submit an alternative accountability report to the Department of Public Instruction showing progress in both ELA and mathematics goals.  Since the inception of the school report card, NLRA has always held a "Satisfactory Progress" evaluation, the highest rank given on the alternative accountability form.  Links below show these accountability forms/recent report cards.

2015-16 NLRA Building Goals/Outcomes
2015-16 NLRA Alternative Accountability Report
2016-17 NLRA Building Goals/Outcomes
2016-17 NLRA Alternative Accountability Report
2016-17 NLRA School Report Card

2017-18 School Goals

Each year NLRA staff creates school goals related to ELA, math, and community.  Below are links to those goals and our current progress:

Building Goals
Hope Survey Fall 2017 Initial Results

Governance Contract/Governance Bylaws

2017-18 Contract
NLRA Governance Bylaws

Student Handbook/Curriculum Framework/Required Learning Targets

The links below outline the student expectations, curricular framework, and graduation requirements.  All NLRA students must earn 28 credits to graduate along with show proficiency in the required learning targets listed below:
Student Handbook/Curriculum Framework
Required Learning Targets