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Mason Elementary Schools Rated Among the Top in Michigan

Alaiedon, North Aurelius and Steele Elementary all receive top scores on the Michigan School Index System

Mason, MI –The new Michigan School Index System, which was released this Spring, allows parents and school staff to analyze a school’s strengths and weaknesses in a range of areas as well as lets the community get a sense of the school’s progress. Index values range from a 0-100, with a score of 100 indicating a school has met or exceeded targets in every area and for each student group.

The new Michigan School Index System speaks to the increasing quality of Mason Public Schools. Based on overall index values, Mason’s elementary schools are among the top 9% highest rated schools in Michigan. Based on elementary schools within Ingham County, Steele ranks #4, Alaiedon ranks #8 and North Aurelius ranks #9. With 42 public elementary schools in the county, it’s apparent that Mason’s approach to high-quality student learning make it a District to emulate.  The overall Index values for each of Mason’s elementary schools are:

Alaiedon Elementary School

96.94

North Aurelius Elementary School    

  96.77 

Steele Elementary School

98.49

Mason Public Schools Superintendent, Ronald Drzewicki, Ed.S said, “In today’s fast-paced, global economy, learning continues well beyond K-12 education. By focusing on high-quality learning, Mason Public Schools is positioning students for success in our rapidly changing world.”

To learn more about Mason’s Index scores, please visit www.MiSchoolData.org.