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November 2021
Mississippi Department of Education Office of Student Assessment Page 2 of 22
Kindergarten Readiness Assessment Results: November 2021
A Joint Publication
Office of Accountability
• Melissa Beck, K-3 Assessment Coordinator
Office of Academic Education
• Dr. Tenette Smith, Executive Director of Elementary Education and Reading
• Dr. Jill Dent, Early Childhood Director
• Kristen Wynn, State Literacy Director (K-12)
• Laurie Weathersby, Director of Student Intervention Services
For questions related to the administration of the Kindergarten Readiness Assessment please contact:
Melissa Beck, K-3 Assessment Coordinator
Office of Student Assessment
Mississippi Department of Education Office of Student Assessment Page 3 of 22
Scale Score Explanation and Kindergarten Readiness Performance Levels
The Kindergarten Readiness Assessment provides parents, teachers, and early childhood providers with a
common understanding of what children know and are able to do upon entering school. The primary purpose of
the Kindergarten Readiness Assessment is to improve the quality of classroom instruction and other services
provided to students from birth to 3rd grade. STAR Early Literacy developed by Renaissance Learning, Inc. is
the assessment administered to provide educators with this information.
530 Cut Score Explanation Seventy percent mastery of knowledge and skills in early literacy and numeracy at the beginning of
kindergarten was selected as the level of mastery for the kindergarten readiness benchmark. Data shows it
provides both a measurable distinction between Pre-K and kindergarten skills on STAR Early Literacy and a
strong prediction of proficiency as measured by STAR Reading in Grade 3. The minimum beginning-of-year
kindergarten scale score associated with 70% mastery is 530. This score was identified to be the beginning-of-
year kindergarten readiness benchmark (Renaissance Learning 2014). Based on extensive research, 85% of
students scoring 530 or higher at the beginning of kindergarten are proficient in reading at the end of grade 3. A
spring scale score of 681 places students on a trajectory to meet end of grade 3 reading expectations.
STAR Early Literacy Achievement Standards
Performance
Level
Scale
Score
Range
Descriptors
Early Emergent
Reader 300-487
Student is beginning to understand that printed text has meaning. The student is
learning that reading involves printed words and sentences, and that print flows
from left to right and from the top to the bottom of the page. The student is also
beginning to identify colors, shapes, numbers, and letters.
Late Emergent
Reader 488-674
Student can identify most of the letters of the alphabet and can match most of
the letters to their sounds. The student is also beginning to “read” picture books
and familiar words around the home. Through repeated reading of favorite
books with an adult, students at this stage are building their vocabularies,
listening skills, and understandings of print.
Transitional Reader 675-774
Student has mastered alphabet skills and letter-sound relationships. The student
can identify many beginning and ending consonant sounds and long and short
vowel sounds, and is probably able to blend sounds and word parts to read
simple words. The student is also likely using a variety of strategies to figure out
words, such as pictures, story patterns, and phonics.
Probable Reader 775-900
Student is becoming proficient at recognizing many words, both in and out of
context. The student spends less time identifying and sounding out words, and
more time understanding what was read. Probable readers can blend sounds and
word parts to read words and sentences more quickly, smoothly, and
independently than students in the other stages of development.
Mississippi Department of Education Office of Student Assessment Page 4 of 22
Kindergarten Readiness: Summary Results
Aggregate Scale Score Analysis Fall 2018 Fall 2019
C O
V ID
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Fall 2021
State Scale Score (Average) 501 502 487
Students Scoring At or Above 530 36.13% 36.56% 31.79%
Students Scoring Below 530 63.87% 63.44% 68.21%
Total Test-Takers 35,441 35,160 33,265
Table 2. State Level Results
Classification Level Fall 2018 Fall 2019
C O
V ID
1 9
Fall 2021
Early Emergent 17,013 48.00% 16,879 48.01% 18,209 54.74%
Late Emergent 16,377 46.21% 16,167 45.98% 13,306 40.00%
Transitional Reader 1,738 4.90% 1,752 4.98% 1,504 4.52%
Probable Reader 313 <1% 362 1.03% 246 <1%
Total Test-Takers 35,441 100% 35,160 100% 33,265 100%
Table 3. District and School Level Results Scale Score Averages and Meeting Beginning of Year Benchmark
District/School
Alcorn County School District 221 519 46.15%
ALCORN CENTRAL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 77 516 45.45%
BIGGERSVILLE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 38 546 50.00%
KOSSUTH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 106 512 45.28%
Ambition Preparatory Charter School District 74 484 29.73%
AMBITION PREPARATORY CHARTER SCHOOL 74 484 29.73%
Amite County School District 58 494 36.21%
AMITE COUNTY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 58 494 36.21%
Amory School District 118 485 26.27%
WEST AMORY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 118 485 26.27%
Attala County School District 77 507 38.96%
GREENLEE ATTENDANCE CENTER 43 536 53.49%
LONG CREEK ATTENDANCE CENTER* 34 470 20.59%
Baldwyn School District 61 462 14.75%
BALDWYN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 61 462 14.75%
Bay St. Louis-Waveland School District 136 501 35.29%
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District/School
Benton County School District 64 470 21.88%
ASHLAND ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 35 464 22.86%
HICKORY FLAT ATTENDANCE CENTER 29 478 20.69%
Biloxi Public School District 468 506 42.52%
BACK BAY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 114 494 39.47%
NICHOLS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 97 503 40.21%
NORTH BAY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 128 521 47.66%
POPP’S FERRY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 129 504 41.86%
Booneville School District 88 492 31.82%
ANDERSON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 88 492 31.82%
Brookhaven School District 217 484 33.64%
MAMIE MARTIN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 217 484 33.64%
Calhoun County School District 171 488 34.50%
BRUCE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 65 484 35.38%
CALHOUN CITY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 48 485 31.25%
VARDAMAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 58 494 36.21%
Canton Public School District 234 465 24.79%
CANTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL* 51 433 17.65%
GOODLOE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 59 457 22.03%
MCNEAL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 69 457 21.74%
REUBEN B. MYERS CANTON SCHOOL OF ARTS &
SCIENCES 55 513 38.18%
MARSHALL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL* 52 472 23.08%
Chickasaw County School District 197 459 21.32%
HOULKA ATTENDANCE CENTER 38 449 18.42%
HOUSTON LOWER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 159 462 22.01%
Choctaw County School District 102 508 38.24%
ACKERMAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 64 517 43.75%
FRENCH CAMP ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 15 539 53.33%
WEIR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 23 463 13.04%
Claiborne County School District 92 455 19.57%
ARTHUR W. WATSON LOWER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL* 92 455 19.57%
Clarksdale Collegiate Public Charter School District 70 487 32.86%
CLARKSDALE COLLEGIATE PUBLIC CHARTER
SCHOOL 70 487 32.86%
BOOKER T. WASHINGTON INTERNATIONAL STUDIES* 35 455 17.14%
GEORGE H. OLIVER VISUAL AND PERFORMING ARTS* 38 464 23.68%
Mississippi Department of Education Office of Student Assessment Page 6 of 22
District/School
KIRKPATRICK HEALTH AND WELLNESS* 46 494 39.13%
Cleveland School District 209 481 30.14%
BELL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 46 528 43.48%
HAYES COOPER CENTER FOR MATH, SCIENCE, AND
TECHNOLOGY 39 534 48.72%
Clinton Public School District 315 515 40.32%
CLINTON PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 315 515 40.32%
Coahoma County School District 58 487 31.03%
FRIARS POINT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL* 23 466 26.09%
JONESTOWN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL* 14 514 42.86%
LYON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 21 492 28.57%
Coffeeville School District 18 512 27.78%
COFFEEVILLE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL* 18 512 27.78%
Columbia School District 127 494 35.43%
COLUMBIA PRIMARY SCHOOL 127 494 35.43%
Columbus Municipal School District 235 462 22.98%
COOK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 56 459 21.43%
FAIRVIEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 43 474 30.23%
FRANKLIN ACADEMY* 40 478 27.50%
SALE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 42 458 19.05%
STOKES-BEARD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL* 54 448 18.52%
Copiah County School District 186 466 22.58%
CRYSTAL SPRINGS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 123 455 19.51%
WESSON ATTENDANCE CENTER 63 487 28.57%
Corinth School District 204 490 32.35%
CORINTH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 204 490 32.35%
Covington County School District 226 481 31.86%
COLLINS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 77 431 16.88%
HOPEWELL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 30 466 20.00%
MOUNT OLIVE ATTENDANCE CENTER 25 487 28.00%
SEMINARY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 94 524 48.94%
DeSoto County School District 2,400 483 30.54%
CENTER HILL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 113 486 26.55%
DESOTO CENTRAL PRIMARY 254 504 37.80%
GREENBROOK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 171 478 31.58%
HERNANDO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 330 486 33.03%
HOPE SULLIVAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 168 436 10.71%
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District/School
LEWISBURG PRIMARY SCHOOL 277 528 47.65%
OLIVE BRANCH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 225 462 22.22%
OVERPARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 94 488 29.79%
PLEASANT HILL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 169 525 46.15%
SHADOW OAKS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 139 448 17.99%
SOUTHAVEN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 104 455 21.15%
WALLS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL* 107 459 25.23%
East Jasper School District 48 483 29.17%
WILLIAM J. BERRY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 48 483 29.17%
East Tallahatchie School District 61 450 14.75%
CHARLESTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL* 61 450 14.75%
Enterprise School District 54 516 44.44%
ENTERPRISE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 54 516 44.44%
Forest Municipal School District 136 418 8.09%
FOREST ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 136 418 8.09%
Forrest County School District 213 473 25.35%
DIXIE ATTENDANCE CENTER 49 482 28.57%
EARL TRAVILLION ATTENDANCE CENTER 25 399 4.00%
NORTH FORREST ATTENDANCE CENTER 32 499 34.38%
RAWLS SPRINGS ATTENDANCE CENTER 27 473 29.63%
SOUTH FORREST ATTENDANCE CENTER 80 479 25.00%
Franklin County School District 102 515 41.18%
FRANKLIN LOWER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 102 515 41.18%
George County School District 344 495 33.43%
AGRICOLA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 94 498 34.04%
BENNDALE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 14 488 35.71%
CENTRAL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 120 504 39.17%
L.C. HATCHER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 57 466 15.79%
ROCKY CREEK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 59 500 37.29%
Greene County School District 145 487 28.97%
LEAKESVILLE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 81 469 22.22%
MCLAIN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 29 468 24.14%
SAND HILL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 35 544 48.57%
Greenville Public School District 207 445 16.43%
WEBB ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 207 445 16.43%
Greenwood-Leflore Consolidated School District 288 450 19.10%
BANKSTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 38 464 26.32%
Mississippi Department of Education Office of Student Assessment Page 8 of 22
District/School
DAVIS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL* 57 458 17.54%
LEFLORE COUNTY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL* 43 439 11.63%
THREADGILL PRIMARY SCHOOL* 75 447 20.00%
Grenada School District 347 540 52.74%
GRENADA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 347 540 52.74%
Gulfport School District 546 481 32.05%
ANNISTON AVENUE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 90 469 28.89%
BAYOU VIEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 110 547 53.64%
CENTRAL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 103 448 19.42%
PASS ROAD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 69 450 21.74%
TWENTY EIGHTH STREET ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 68 465 25.00%
WEST ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 106 487 35.85%
Hancock County School District 311 481 27.97%
EAST HANCOCK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 110 492 32.73%
HANCOCK NORTH CENTRAL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 79 490 30.38%
SOUTH HANCOCK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 69 474 24.64%
WEST HANCOCK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 53 453 18.87%
Harrison County School District 1,106 497 35.35%
BEL-AIRE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 84 485 29.76%
CROSSROADS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 66 488 30.30%
D’IBERVILLE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 172 500 37.79%
HARRISON CENTRAL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 118 506 42.37%
LIZANA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 56 498 32.14%
LYMAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 80 497 35.00%
NORTH GULFPORT ELEMENTARY AND MIDDLE
SCHOOL 51 483 25.49%
SCHOOL 74 526 52.70%
RIVER OAKS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 99 451 19.19%
SAUCIER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 56 506 39.29%
THREE RIVERS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 65 507 32.31%
WEST WORTHAM ELEMENTARY AND MIDDLE
SCHOOL 97 503 37.11%
Hattiesburg Public School District 350 502 40.00%
GRACE CHRISTIAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 49 506 44.90%
HAWKINS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 49 480 32.65%
ROWAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 72 480 31.94%
THAMES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 95 492 33.68%
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District/School
Hazlehurst Public School District 90 455 20.00%
HAZLEHURST ELEMENTARY SCHOOL* 90 455 20.00%
Hinds County School District 299 518 43.81%
BOLTON-EDWARDS ELEMENTARTY/MIDDLE SCHOOL 31 515 41.94%
GARY ROAD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 191 510 40.31%
RAYMOND ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 49 504 42.86%
UTICA ELEMENTARTY/MIDDLE SCHOOL 28 593 71.43%
Hollandale School District 33 448 18.18%
SANDERS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 33 448 18.18%
Holly Springs School District 88 448 18.18%
HOLLY SPRINGS PRIMARY SCHOOL* 88 448 18.18%
Holmes County School District 137 454 21.17%
DURANT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL* 36 506 38.89%
GOODMAN-PICKENS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL* 28 423 7.14%
S.V. MARSHALL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL* 19 452 15.79%
WILLIAM DEAN JR. ELEMENTARY SCHOOL* 54 437 18.52%
Itawamba County School District 288 508 37.85%
DORSEY ATTENDANCE CENTER 31 486 32.26%
FAIRVIEW ATTENDANCE CENTER 29 489 31.03%
ITAWAMBA ATTENDANCE CENTER 126 510 40.48%
MANTACHIE ATTENDANCE CENTER 78 521 35.90%
TREMONT ATTENDANCE CENTER 24 507 45.83%
Jackson County School District 644 496 32.76%
EAST CENTRAL LOWER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 203 516 40.89%
ST. MARTIN EAST ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 160 507 37.50%
ST. MARTIN NORTH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 132 460 19.70%
VANCLEAVE LOWER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 149 488 28.19%
Jackson Public School District 1,274 477 28.18%
BAKER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL* 32 471 25.00%
BATES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 88 469 20.45%
BOYD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL* 60 474 21.67%
CASEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 47 533 53.19%
CLAUSELL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 32 484 31.25%
DAWSON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL* 28 455 21.43%
GALLOWAY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL* 45 469 24.44%
GREEN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL* 36 436 8.33%
ISABLE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 56 460 25.00%
JOHN HOPKINS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 34 433 11.76%
Mississippi Department of Education Office of Student Assessment Page 10 of 22
District/School
NORTH JACKSON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 71 520 43.66%
OAK FOREST ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 48 461 20.83%
OBAMA MAGNET SCHOOL 26 634 80.77%
PECAN PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL* 70 468 27.14%
RAINES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 33 452 24.24%
SMITH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 34 476 26.47%
SPANN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 64 451 23.44%
SYKES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL* 33 465 21.21%
TIMBERLAWN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 54 474 29.63%
WALTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL* 53 466 22.64%
WILKINS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL* 54 464 24.07%
Jefferson County School District 59 469 27.12%
JEFFERSON COUNTY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL* 59 469 27.12%
Jefferson Davis County School District 103 470 24.27%
CARVER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 44 490 31.82%
J.E. JOHNSON ELEMENTARY* 59 455 18.64%
Joel E. Smilow Collegiate District 98 590 60.20%
JOEL E. SMILOW COLLEGIATE DISTRICT 98 590 60.20%
Jones County School District 706 491 33.14%
EAST JONES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 116 504 36.21%
GLADE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 53 485 30.19%
MOSELLE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 87 482 29.89%
NORTH JONES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 133 459 21.80%
SOUTH JONES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 160 523 45.00%
WEST JONES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 157 480 31.21%
Kemper County School District 62 482 30.65%
KEMPER LOWER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 62 482 30.65%
Kosciusko School District 162 487 35.80%
KOSCIUSKO LOWER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 162 487 35.80%
Lafayette County School District 210 503 38.57%
LAFAYETTE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 210 503 38.57%
Mississippi Department of Education Office of Student Assessment Page 11 of 22
District/School
BAXTERVILLE SCHOOL 35 526 42.86%
LONGLEAF ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 108 529 48.15%
LUMBERTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 42 455 16.67%
OAK GROVE PRIMARY SCHOOL 319 499 37.93%
PURVIS LOWER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 122 485 24.59%
SUMRALL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 148 531 47.30%
Lauderdale County School District 416 485 29.81%
CLARKDALE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 62 541 54.84%
NORTHEAST LAUDERDALE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 135 472 28.15%
SOUTHEAST LAUDERDALE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 86 462 18.60%
WEST LAUDERDALE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 133 487 27.07%
Laurel School District 229 482 33.62%
LAUREL MAGNET SCHOOL OF THE ARTS 35 634 85.71%
MASON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL* 91 464 28.57%
OAK PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL* 103 446 20.39%
Lawrence County School District 135 474 20.74%
MONTICELLO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 72 450 11.11%
NEW HEBRON ATTENDANCE CENTER* 31 471 19.35%
TOPEKA TILTON ATTENDANCE CENTER 32 530 43.75%
Leake County School District 195 440 13.85%
LEAKE CENTRAL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL* 150 432 11.33%
LEAKE COUNTY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 45 465 22.22%
Lee County School District 483 482 29.61%
MOOREVILLE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 125 498 33.60%
SALTILLO PRIMARY SCHOOL 206 492 33.01%
SHANNON PRIMARY SCHOOL 87 452 21.84%
VERONA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL* 65 460 21.54%
Leland School District 31 545 54.84%
LELAND SCHOOL PARK 31 545 54.84%
Lincoln County School District 248 494 32.26%
BOGUE CHITTO SCHOOL 61 479 22.95%
ENTERPRISE SCHOOL 64 520 46.88%
LOYD STAR SCHOOL 81 481 25.93%
WEST LINCOLN SCHOOL 42 502 35.71%
Long Beach School District 210 497 34.76%
THOMAS L REEVES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 89 495 34.83%
W.J. QUARLES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 121 498 34.71%
Louisville Municipal School District 217 484 32.72%
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District/School
NANIH WAIYA ATTENDANCE CENTER 49 540 55.10%
NOXAPATER ATTENDANCE CENTER* 40 525 45.00%
Lowndes County School District 393 507 37.91%
CALEDONIA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 165 533 47.27%
NEW HOPE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 198 494 31.82%
WEST LOWNDES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 30 455 26.67%
Madison County School District 964 520 45.64%
ANN SMITH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 238 473 28.15%
CAMDEN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 16 491 43.75%
EAST FLORA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 39 494 41.03%
LUTHER BRANSON SCHOOL 25 508 40.00%
MADISON AVENUE LOWER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 157 553 57.32%
MADISON CROSSING ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 130 522 46.15%
MADISON STATION ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 149 552 57.72%
MANNSDALE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 210 532 49.52%
Marion County School District 134 472 22.39%
EAST MARION ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 54 437 11.11%
WEST MARION PRIMARY SCHOOL 80 496 30.00%
Marshall County School District 210 467 26.19%
BYHALIA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 100 470 29.00%
GALENA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL * 14 456 21.43%
H. W. BYERS ELEMENTARY 41 454 19.51%
MARY REID SCHOOL 55 474 27.27%
McComb Separate School District 170 453 17.65%
KENNEDY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL* 170 453 17.65%
Meridian Separate School District 352 458 19.32%
CRESTWOOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 45 465 22.22%
OAKLAND HEIGHTS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL* 40 457 20.00%
PARKVIEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL* 65 450 15.38%
POPLAR SPRINGS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 67 496 32.84%
T.J. HARRIS LOWER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL* 76 442 14.47%
WEST HILLS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL* 59 443 11.86%
Mississippi Achievement School District Humphreys 57 441 14.04%
IDA GREENE LOWER ELEMENTARY* 57 441 14.04%
Mississippi Achievement School District Yazoo City 140 433 14.29%
WEBSTER STREET ELEMENTARY SCHOOL* 140 433 14.29%
Monroe County School District 177 527 48.59%
HAMILTON ATTENDANCE CENTER 49 554 61.22%
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District/School
Moss Point School District 116 468 24.14%
KREOLE PRIMARY SCHOOL* 116 468 24.14%
Natchez-Adams School District 222 479 31.53%
JOSEPH FRAZIER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL* 65 464 26.15%
MCLAURIN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 81 461 28.40%
SUSIE B. WEST ELEMENTARY SCHOOL* 76 510 39.47%
Neshoba County School District 242 503 36.36%
NESHOBA CENTRAL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 242 503 36.36%
Nettleton School District 94 475 25.53%
NETTLETON PRIMARY SCHOOL 94 475 25.53%
New Albany Public School District 187 481 29.95%
NEW ALBANY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 187 481 29.95%
Newton County School District 138 472 18.84%
NEWTON COUNTY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 138 472 18.84%
Newton Municipal School District 75 461 30.67%
NEWTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL* 75 461 30.67%
North Bolivar Consolidated School District 64 450 20.31%
BROOKS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL* 34 419 5.88%
I.T. MONTGOMERY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL* 30 486 36.67%
North Panola School District 71 426 11.27%
COMO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL* 71 426 11.27%
North Pike School District 145 464 21.38%
NORTH PIKE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 145 464 21.38%
North Tippah School District 114 482 31.58%
CHALYBEATE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 34 492 41.18%
FALKNER ATTENDANCE CENTER 46 485 34.78%
WALNUT ATTENDANCE CENTER 34 466 17.65%
Noxubee County School District 89 440 13.48%
EARL NASH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 89 440 13.48%
Ocean Spring School District 427 508 40.75%
MAGNOLIA PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 174 526 47.70%
OAK PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 123 491 34.15%
PECAN PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 130 500 37.69%
Okolona Municipal Separate School District 32 444 12.50%
OKOLONA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL* 32 444 12.50%
Oxford School District 361 516 42.94%
BRAMLETT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 361 516 42.94%
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District/School
ARLINGTON HEIGHTS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 66 471 27.27%
BEACH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 22 520 54.55%
CENTRAL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 46 499 43.48%
CHEROKEE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 46 466 23.91%
COLLEGE PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 45 488 26.67%
EASTLAWN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 68 465 26.47%
GAUTIER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 87 477 27.59%
JACKSON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 42 456 21.43%
LAKE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 22 514 31.82%
MARTIN BLUFF ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 68 493 33.82%
Pass Christian Public School District 106 517 39.62%
DELISLE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 63 525 42.86%
PASS CHRISTIAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 43 504 34.88%
Pearl Public School District 301 516 41.20%
PEARL LOWER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 301 516 41.20%
Pearl River County School District 280 480 26.07%
PEARL RIVER CENTRAL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 280 480 26.07%
Perry County School District 84 493 36.90%
RUNNELSTOWN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 43 505 39.53%
SOUTH PERRY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 41 481 34.15%
Petal School District 370 555 57.84%
PETAL PRIMARY SCHOOL 370 555 57.84%
Philadelphia Public School District 47 492 34.04%
PHILADELPHIA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL* 47 492 34.04%
Picayune School District 245 483 28.57%
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