Rabbit kindergarten in Florida has been rated the most academically challenging in the state by a national panel of experts, and the school’s administrators are hoping to win the title of best school in the country.
The panel of judges from the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) evaluated the schools data in a study published last week.
The NAEP study looked at scores of students in kindergarten through 12th grade and assessed students’ ability to use math, reading and language skills.
It found that Rabbit kindergarten is rated in the top 10 percent of all kindergarten schools in Florida.
In the study, students were assessed on their academic performance in three levels.
The NAEP researchers rated the academic performance of students on the following scale:Average score: 8.5%Average score with a 2 or 3: 8%Average scored with 4 or more: 6.7%Students who received the highest score were awarded a scholarship to attend the school for free.
The scholarship allows students to pursue a bachelor’s degree in math or science.
A school that scored a 9 on the NAEP scale is considered the top-performing kindergarten school in Florida, the study said.
The school is in the middle of the pack nationally and is the only school in state, which is one of the most competitive states in the nation for high-stakes tests.
The school’s director of education, Michelle Pfeifer, said that her school has been trying to improve on the state of the state.
The state’s top rankings are the national average and the best-performing schools in the U.S., she said.
It is a competitive school and we’ve tried to get better every year, she said in an interview.
We’re trying to keep our grades up and our students’ grades up, she added.
The report also said that the school has had some challenges recently.
Pfeiffer said the school had been understaffed for many years and that the staff had been struggling.
She said that as part of the program, the school is trying to hire more staff to handle more students and to improve communication between staff and students.
Pfeiffers school has about 40 students, which will help keep up with demand, she noted.PFEIFER said that she and her staff are working with administrators to make sure that they have a safe environment for all students.
I think that’s a very important thing for us to do, she explained.
The board of directors of the school said it is pleased with the schools performance.
The board members said that Pfeffers goal is to help students succeed in kindergarten.
“Our students will be able to use the tools of mathematics and literacy to prepare for the world of education,” the board members wrote in a letter to the school district.
The letter, signed by Pfeifers principal and principal of other schools, wrote that students are encouraged to use all of the resources available to them to learn the skills they need to succeed in the world.
“The students will not have to be burdened with a large number of books,” Pfeiffe said.
Paine said that it is not just the school that is trying hard to improve.
The district also hired new counselors and an assistant principal.
Pbeiffer, who has been at the school since 2005, said the staff is committed to keeping students on track.
She said that there are more than a few staff members who are excited to see their students succeed, as well as students who are still learning the lessons of kindergarten.
The district said that Rabbit is working on a plan to hire additional counselors, as part, the board said, of a plan for the school to expand.
Pileau said that his school has a goal of having about 50 students by 2020, which would allow it to get to 100 percent enrollment in 2020.
He said that he thinks Rabbit’s plan is ambitious, and that it needs to be implemented quickly.
He said that for the district to achieve 100 percent graduation, it needs all of its staff working together.
Pike said that a lot of the schools are on track to achieve that goal.
“We’re working hard to make Rabbit a success and that means that we’re looking at all of our resources,” Pike said.
“We’re making sure that we are able to provide our students the resources that they need.”