Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP)

Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) is a key component of the No Child Left Behind Act, the federal law governing public education. AYP is an annual review of the progress that schools, districts and states have made toward the goal of all students meeting or exceeding state academic standards for reading and math.

AYP also sets and measures target goals for graduation rates, unexcused absences and test participation by subgroups of students. In Washington state, AYP is measured based on results from state testing. Learn more.

AYP Status for CKSD and Our Schools

District Achievement, Accountability, and Actions Letter

Federal Regulations Pertaining to Clear Creek Elementary School 

Federal Regulations Pertaining to Cottonwood Elementary School 

Federal Regulations Pertaining to Esquire Hills Elementary School

Federal Regulations Pertaining to John D. “Bud” Hawk Elementary at Jackson Park

Federal Regulations Pertaining to PineCrest Elementary School 

Federal Regulations Pertaining to Woodlands Elementary School

Federal Regulations Pertaining to Fairview Middle School 

School Choice and Supplemental Educational Services

As a result of not making AYP for two consecutive years, No Child Left Behind requires that public school choice should be offered to parents of students who attend schools that receive Title I funds. In addition, Supplemental Educational Services (SES) are available to students eligible for free or reduced lunch and attend schools that receive Title I funds. Learn more about CKSD School Choice and Supplemental Educational Services.

Other AYP Resources

What is the AYP status of Central Kitsap School District and schools within the district? 

What is the Elementary and Secondary Education Act?

How is the academic progress of Washington students measured? 

What is Title I funding?