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2016‐2017 Uniform Growth Goal Achieved
Provo City School District is proud to share the news from the Utah State Board of Education that our students have met the Uniform Growth Goal for the 2016-2017 school year. This is a positive indicator that our elementary students are meeting reading performance goals. We want to recognize the hardworking teachers who helped our students meet this important state goal.
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