By Sydney Yalshevec

Kimball students show improvement in NeSA test scores

School officials excited about positive movement


Daniel Thompson

Kimball Public Schools' staff hope to continue to build on progress made on NeSA test scores from the last school year.

The Kimball school district has spent the last year trying to bring up its test scores. With the results of this past spring's Nebraska State Assessment (NeSA) finally available, it shows just how hard the school worked.

"We set goals for the testing. We wanted to make sure that we had something to strive for, and well, we passed all our goals except for one," Kimball Jr/Sr High School Principal Mo Hanks said.

The students take what is called Measures of Academic Progress(MAP) tests twice a year. The MAP testing is considered a way to prepare for the NeSA testing in more ways than one.


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