Quitman County Middle School

Chronically Absent Students

Students absent 10% or more of the time enrolled.

Accountability Data

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The COVID-19 pandemic disrupted many facets of education including instruction and assessment during the 2020-2021 school year. These disruptions may have influenced a student’s opportunity to learn, motivation and/or assessment administration conditions. Results presented should not be considered comparable to prior years.
There are no new A-F letter grades for districts and schools because assessments were not administered in 2019-2020 and growth could not be calculated.

Chronically Absent Students Overview

State
District
School

Mississippi

20.7%

Quitman County School District

24.4%

Quitman County Middle School

32.3%

Chronically Absent Students by Subgroup

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State
District
School

Female

20.3%
21.1%
23.4%

Male

21.1%
27.4%
39.4%

Black or African American

24.3%
24.2%
31.4%

White

17.3%
36.8%
<5%

Two or More Races

22.1%
20.0%
<5%

Students with Disabilities

23.1%
23.1%
30.3%

Students without Disabilities

20.3%
24.6%
32.5%

Chronically Absent Students Data

All

  • School 32.3%
  • District 24.4%
  • State 20.7%

Female

  • School 23.4%
  • District 21.1%
  • State 20.3%

Male

  • School 39.4%
  • District 27.4%
  • State 21.1%

Black or African American

  • School 31.4%
  • District 24.2%
  • State 24.3%

White

  • School <5%
  • District 36.8%
  • State 17.3%

Two or More Races

  • School <5%
  • District 20.0%
  • State 22.1%

Students with Disabilities

  • School 30.3%
  • District 23.1%
  • State 23.1%

Students without Disabilities

  • School 32.5%
  • District 24.6%
  • State 20.3%

Mississippi Department of Education

PO Box 771
Jackson, MS 39205
(601) 359-3513

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Last updated 3/31/2022