WOOD RIVER JUNCTION â€” The test scores are in and Chariho's New England Common Assessment Program (NECAP) reading and math scores showed an overall gain of six points each from 2009 to 2014. The six point gain reflected an increase in reading scores from 88 to 89 points and a decrease in math from 75 to 73 points.
Chariho Superintendent of Schools Barry Ricci said he was pleased overall.
â€śThe trend over time for Chariho has been upward, which is the more important thing,â€ť he said.
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