During the 2017/2018 School Year, Pulaski Elementary School was identified as a Low Achieving School by the Pennsylvania Department of Education.  A low achieving school is defined as a public elementary or secondary school in Pennsylvania that ranks in the bottom 15 percent of its designation as an elementary or secondary school based on combined Mathematics/Algebra 1 and Reading/Literature scores of the most recent annual assessment (PSSA, and/or Keystone). Students who reside within the boundaries of a low-achieving school as of the first day of classes will be eligible to apply for an opportunity scholarship.   

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