The Winlock and Toledo Schools District have been recognized by the Washington State Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction for educational achievement during the 2013-2014 school year.
Announced April 14, the awards were given to qualifying schools in six different categories and are meant to uplift and single out schools making outstanding efforts both among students and staff.
Awarded to Winlock were a High Progress Award for Winlock Middle School and a 5-Year Graduation Rate Award for Winlock High School.
Awarded to Toledo were an Overall Excellence Award and a Special Recognition Award for math growth for Toledo High School.
An official awards ceremony has been scheduled to take place this Thursday at Timberline High School, in Lacey, at which time representatives of each district are invited to accept their awards in person.