Annual Report

Unfortunately, does not allow me to embed documents, requiring one more click on your part to be able to view the report:

BSHS LMC Annual Report 2009-2010

You will see an edited copy of our report;  student names and pictures have been removed.  Their inclusion adds the much-needed human factor to data,  pairing faces with programs, but removing them before sharing with those outside of our district shows the value we place on our students’ right to privacy.

If you have not yet created an annual report, I highly recommend that you try your hand at it next year.  Doing so gives you a full picture of your program, highlighting your strengths and exposing your weaknesses.  Although seeing those weaknesses is not pleasant, it is necessary.  We have incorporated ours into goals for next year.


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