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October 16, 2009
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Five in Stark Named "Schools of Promise" 
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These Schools of Promise recognize the challenges students in poverty face and have demonstrated an unwavering commitment to helping their students succeed. - Deborah S. Delisle
Five Stark County schools were selected as 2008-09 Schools of Promise by State Superintendent of Schools, Deborah S. Delisle last week. The award places them among the highest performing schools in the state that serve low income students.
The State Superintendent's Schools of Promise program recognizes schools across Ohio that demonstrate high achievement in reading and mathematics for all groups of students. An additional criterion is that 40% or more of their students must come from low-income backgrounds.

Stark County's 2008-09 Schools of Promise Awardees
· East Canton Elementary School (Osnaburg Local) - First year on list
· Genoa Elementary School (Perry Local) - 6 years on list
· Reedurban Elementary School (Perry Local) - First year on list
· Smith Elementary School (Massillon City) - 3 years on list
· Whittier Elementary School (Massillon City) - 2 years on list
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