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Lewis & Clark Middle School
  Principal Victor Nourani
509.573.2200    (more info)
  1114 W Pierce St Yakima 98902-5823
Yakima School District
  Grade Span: 6-8

This displays student performance for the English Language Proficiency test for the 21st Century (ELPA21). The state administered the Washington English Language Proficiency Assessment (WELPA) on 2011-12 through 2014-15, and prior to that, the Washington Language Proficiency Test (WLPT-II). You can view either details or trend for an individual school, school district or the entire state.

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Proficiency Status - Grade 6th
NumberPercent
Exits Program6 6.2%
Proficient6 6.2%
Qualifies for Program90 93.7%
Progressing86 89.5%
Emerging4 4.1%
No Score*0 0.0%
Total96 100.0%
Previously Transitioned0  
Proficiency Status - Grade 7th
NumberPercent
Exits Program  <=5%
Proficient   
Qualifies for Program  >=95%
Progressing   
Emerging   
No Score*   
Total87  
Previously Transitioned   
Suppression Reason (Info)<= 5% Suppression
Proficiency Status - Grade 8th
NumberPercent
Exits Program  <=5%
Proficient   
Qualifies for Program  >=95%
Progressing   
Emerging   
No Score*   
Total82  
Previously Transitioned   
Suppression Reason (Info)<= 5% Suppression
Proficiency Status - Grade All
NumberPercent
Exits Program  <=5%
Proficient   
Qualifies for Program  >=95%
Progressing   
Emerging   
No Score*   
Total265  
Previously Transitioned   
Suppression Reason (Info)<= 5% Suppression
Note:
  • * No Score includes tests that were incomplete, invalid or taken at the wrong grade level. Also includes students who have qualified for but not yet transitioned out of English Language Learner/English Language Development (ELL/ELD) services for whom no test is returned.
  • ** Previously Transitioned includes students who transitioned out of program in a previous year and were not required to test but for whom a test was returned.