Molino Park Student One Of Four In Escambia With Perfect FCAT Scores

May 22, 2009

Only four students in Escambia County made a perfect “5″ on the third grade Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test in both reading and math, including a North Escambia student at Molino Park Elementary School.

School district officials say Molino Park’s  Sarah Perritt scored that perfect top-rated “5″ on both the reading and math FCAT administered earlier this year. Only three other third grade students in Escambia County had scores as good. The other students are: John Lovall, Hellen Caro Elementary; Milly Ladner, A.K. Suter; and Nathaniel Freeman, West Pensacola.

There were 56 students in Escambia County that made perfect scores in math, and just 24 earned a perfect “5″ in reading.

For more about how North Escambia schools fared on the third grade FCAT, click here.


4 Responses to “Molino Park Student One Of Four In Escambia With Perfect FCAT Scores”

  1. Ms Allen on August 24th, 2013 7:34 am

    CONGRATULATIONS TO YOU SARAH I WHAT AN AWESOME ACCOMPLISHMENT..You have done very well ! I can not think of a better way,to Represent Your school. ;Smile :”) You have many that are proud of you.. Way TO Go

  2. wanda taylor on June 9th, 2010 9:29 pm

    hey sweetie,i was just glancing at north escambia and saw what a great score you made. I’m sure your parent’s are proud of you. You should be very proud of youreself!!!! Way To Go!!! Good luck in the future!!!

  3. Liz Perritt on May 26th, 2009 8:04 am

    Way to go, Sarah! Dad and I are very proud of you!

  4. interested reader on May 22nd, 2009 9:41 am

    CONGRATULATIONS SARAH! WE ARE SO PROUD OF YOU. KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK! MPES is a great school. I know everyone is proud of all the good scores this year.

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