Fort Couch middle school has been named Pennsylvania Don Eichhorn Schools to Watch. This marks the fifth time that the USC middle school has earned this honor – a feat accomplished by only two other Pennsylvania schools.
Schools to Watch is an initiative of the National Forum to Accelerate Middle-Grades Reform. Fort Couch is among 42 schools in Pennsylvania that have earned this distinction since the program’s inception in 1999.
Schools are recognized for a three-year period, and at the end of three years, they must demonstrate progress on specific goals in order to be re-designated. Unlike the Blue Ribbon recognition program, “Schools to Watch” requires schools to not just identify strengths, but to also focus on areas for continuous improvement; thus the three year re-designation.
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