RAMAPO, N.Y. – More schools in the troubled East Ramapo school district are in need of improvement, the state Education Department says, according to a report by lohud.
Last year, five schools were identified by the state as needing watching; this year, it’s eight, the lohud report said.
According to lohud, the eight schools are: Chestnut Ridge Middle School (which has been given a "priority" designation), Ramapo High School, Spring Valley High School, Pomona Middle School, and four elementary schools -- Grandview, Margetts, Elmwood, and Eldorado.
The state found that all other Rockland school districts were in good standing, the lohud story said.
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