The federal Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA), signed into law by President Obama in December 2015, reauthorizes the Elementary and Secondary Education Act and replaces the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001. ESSA restores greater flexibility about federal education policy to states and districts while ensuring accountability for the success of all children.
Moreover, the new law provides an exciting opportunity for the Oklahoma State Department of Education (OSDE) to collaborate with education’s many stakeholders – including parents, educators and community members – on an ESSA state plan improving results for kids. This is your chance to help determine how federal dollars should best be invested and to provide input that frames accountability and school culture in Oklahoma for years to come.
Our state has already made big strides forward. We are implementing strong, new academic standards for English language arts and mathematics and building a culture of excellence that replaces excessive standardized testing with more meaningful assessments and rich instruction.
If you have additional questions concerning ESSA, We encourage you to utilize the ESSA contacts at the State Department of Education website. For more detailed information about the legislation visit


Wickliffe NCLB Annual Report Card/Parent Notification Letter 2009-2010

Oklahoma School Accountability Report Cards 2011

Wickliffe NCLB Parent Notification Letter 2010-2011

Wickliffe NCLB Annual Report Card 2010-2011

Wickliffe School Report Card Parent Letter 2011-2012

Wickliffe School Report Card 2011-2012

Wickliffe School Report Card 2012-2013

Wickliffe School Report Card 2013-2014

Wickliffe School Report Card 2014-2015

Wickliffe School Report Card 2015-2016


A major policy change taking effect in the 2013-2014 school year involves the promotion of third-grade students based on reading scores. The Reading Sufficiency Act (RSA) states that a third-grade student cannot be promoted to the fourth grade if he or she scores Unsatisfactory on the reading portion of the Oklahoma Core Curriculum Test (OCCT). The brochure povided below may answer questions or concerns that you may have.


Read to Succeed

Read to Succeed (Spanish)


Child Find letter for parents