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Haverhill-Dr Paul Nettle - 2016 School Assistance Level - Level 1
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2016-17 October Enrollment2016 MCAS % Proficient or Higher2016 Median Student Growth Percentile
School NameTotal Enrollment #Eco. Dis. %SWD %ELL %ELA %Math %Science %ELAMath
Dennis-Yarmouth-Mattacheese Middle School* 423      41.6      19.9      6.6      
Framingham-Cameron Middle School* 546      37.9      27.8      8.4      31%
Framingham-Fuller Middle* 465      42.4      23.9      32.3      29%
Gardner-Gardner Middle School* 547      48.4      23.4      4.2      35%
Haverhill-Dr Paul Nettle* 497      46.1      31.0      7.4      17%
Haverhill-John G Whittier* 509      42.2      20.6      4.9      42%
Medford-John J. McGlynn Middle School* 476      37.4      19.5      12.0      47%
Pittsfield-John T Reid Middle* 555      53.0      25.8      3.6      24%
Randolph-Randolph Community Middle* 610      43.4      21.5      9.5      57%32%22%55.047.0
Salem-Collins Middle* 545      47.3      21.3      8.3      18%
Webster-Webster Middle School* 566      48.1      19.8      3.5      17%
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