JUST IN: See Ohio report card data for your school district

Fairborn Primary students work on computers in the classroom in April 2021. Schools' educational efforts were disrupted repeatedly in 2020-21 due to COVID-related closures, quarantines and staffing shortages. MARSHALL GORBY\STAFF
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Fairborn Primary students work on computers in the classroom in April 2021. Schools' educational efforts were disrupted repeatedly in 2020-21 due to COVID-related closures, quarantines and staffing shortages. MARSHALL GORBY\STAFF

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Ohio’s report card system for K-12 schools usually includes letter grades for overall performance, and for a number of individual metrics — academic achievement, year-over-year progress, graduation rate and much more.

Those letter grades were not included in the report card for the COVID-disrupted 2020-21 school year, but some of the raw data was listed.

ExploreTest scores dropped statewide in COVID-affected year

See below for how local school districts fared on academic, graduation and attendance measures, with explanations of each at the bottom of the chart.

DistrictCountyPerformance Index %4-year grad rateChronic Absent rate
RossButler77.197.97.7
LakotaButler70.19321.2
MonroeButler69.395.328.2
MadisonButler68.497.423.1
TalawandaButler67.394.522
FairfieldButler62.292.523.1
EdgewoodButler61.793.821.6
HamiltonButler58.279.533.8
New MiamiButler45.789.139.6
MiddletownButler42.590.633.4
WayneWarren81.097.58.5
SpringboroWarren77.898.15.8
KingsWarren75.995.110.0
MasonWarren74.396.72.6
Little MiamiWarren68.897.25.3
LebanonWarren67.596.916.8
CarlisleWarren67.296.732.1
FranklinWarren66.393.520

Performance index: A detailed measure of state test performance, going beyond a simple “yes” or “no” on proficiency. It gives incrementally more credit for the highest performers and less credit for lowest scorers.

Four-year graduation rate: Shows diplomas earned within four years of starting ninth grade. It’s on a one-year lag, so this measures students who would have normally become the class of 2020.

Chronic absenteeism: Defined as missing at least 10 percent of the year’s instructional time, regardless of whether the absences are excused or unexcused.

SOURCE: Ohio Department of Education