COLUMBUS - It's the time of year where the tables turn for Ohio's school districts: instead of dishing out report cards to students, they're receiving them.
Early reports show some schools across the state are seeing lower grades on the latest round of report cards out Thursday from the Ohio Department of Education.
That's the case for several districts across the region.
Grades are awarded in a variety of areas, including how well students in kindergarten through third grade are reading, how well students are "prepared for success," and both four and five year graduation rates.
Lakewood, for instance, saw its kindergarten through third grade literacy grade drop from a C to a D.
Canton saw its five year graduation rate fall from a D to a F.
Shaker Heights saw its literacy grade fall from a D to a F, but its graduation rate did rise from a C to a B.
The Cleveland Metropolitan School District received failing grades in each of the 16 categories.
Check out how districts in Cuyahoga County performed below, or click here to view the results on the state department of education's website.