FRHSD Announces Current QSAC Review Scores: NJDOE Designates District as "High Performing"
The Freehold Regional High School District today announces its designation as a "high performing" district based on the Quality Single Accountability Continuum (QSAC) performance review, an evaluation conducted by the New Jersey Department of Education (DOE). The Board of Education reported the results at the Feb. 25th meeting, indicating the district has satisfied 100% in four out of five areas of the district's performance review (DPR). The QSAC process is intended to assess the thoroughness and efficiency of school districts. The evaluation provides feedback in terms of compliance with state and federal requirements. The five DPR areas are Instruction and Program, Fiscal Management, Operations, Personnel, and Governance. "We are proud of our designation as a high performing school district. The designation is a testament to our outstanding faculty and staff who maintain extremely high standards and put students first in all decisions," said Superintendent, Charles Sampson. The following is a list of the Freehold Regional High School District placement scores:
DPR Scores Initial Placement
Instruction and Program 97%
Fiscal Management 100%