All of Putnam's four high schools and 14 elementary schools met AYP, Daniel said.
Last year, three elementary schools fell short, and none of the county's high schools met the criteria because of graduation rates.
This year, Putnam's graduation rate improved from 78 to 82 percent, according to Daniel.
Board members also received information about county students' ACT exam scores, which show they are above other counties in the state's scores and in most cases above the national average.
"We're slightly behind in math nationally, but well above the state," Daniel said. "Our ninth-grade algebra scores blow the roof off any other county."
Putnam Superintendent Chuck Hatfield said the county still has work to do.
Information shows that 70 percent of students in Putnam are at or above mastery.
"That's just not good enough when you put faces on those numbers," Hatfield said.
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