While Calhoun Middle-High School and Pleasant Hill Elementary did not meet the standards for educational performance, failing to meet Average Yearly Progress for the 2011-12 school year, the WV Department of Education withheld the results on Arnoldsburg Elementary School.

Calhoun Superintendent of Schools Roger Propst said he was advised by the WV Department of Education there is "a potential problem with the data" for Arnoldsburg.

Charles Heinlein, WV Deputy Superintendent, said the state is requesting the test vendor to conduct a further analysis in "order to insure that the data is a valid representation of what students know and can do."

Heinlein said once the data is certified, a report will be given.

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