Floyd County Schools Superintendent Danny Adkins has announced the 2017-2018 assessment results. Adkins said they are moving into a new accountability model which will bring awareness to each student group at each grade level. While there is no overall school score for this year, it will move to a five star rating system next year. Proficiency for the district is 83.8 for elementary, 80 for middle and 47.8 for high school. Adkins commented that the scores show there is a need to increase focus and support for the high schools. The Separate Academic Indicator for the district is 79 for elementary and 72 for middle. For high schools, there is a Transition Readiness score of 51.5. Adkins also reported their Graduation Indicator for all students is at 95.8 percent.