2008 Peoria County School Districts
District #School Name  Population Meets or Exceeds %AYP Number of schools in district
#62        Pleasant Valley53768.8yes 3 primary schools
#63        Norwood   50776.2no   2 primary schools
#66        Bartonville 33173.4yes 1 primary school
#68        Oak Grove43988.7yes 1 primary school
#69 Pleasant Hill    22870.5yes 1 primary school
#70 Monroe    31187.1yes 1 primary school
#150      Peoria 13,64262.5no   30- primary, middle and high schools
#265       Farmington     151582.4       no   3- 1 primary, 1 middle, and 1 high school
#309Brimfield  69286.7yes 2-1 primary, 1 high school
#310Limestone     113352.9 no  1 high school
#316Limestone-Walters   21794   yes1 primary school
#321I.V.C.     220382.5no  4-3 primary/middle, 1 high school
#322      Elmwood  74374.3no  3- primary, middle, and high school
#323Dunlap    312192.1yes7-4 primary, 2 middle, and 1 high school
#324Peoria Heights  82768.7no  2-1primary ,1 high school
#326Princeville 72188   yes 2- 1 primary, 1 high school
#327Illini Bluffs 99382.8yes 3- 1 primary, 1 middle school, 1 high school
#328       Hollis14195.5yes 1 primary school

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The No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 requires all states to measure each public school's and district's achievement and establish annual achievement targets for the state.The overarching goal is for all students to meet or exceed standards in reading and mathematics by 2014.Each year, the state will calculate a school or district's Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) to determine if students are improving their performance based on the established annual targets. Through links on this website, you can review the federal law and regulations regarding AYP.