Superintendent Spearman has called on communities to prepare for the new ACT tests being administered in two weeks. She’s also examining our testing requirements to determine what kinds of tests students are taking – and how many – to ensure that we have “a fair system that balances the need for testing with a passion for learning.” See her statement and video here: http://1.usa.gov/1Hp1zOk #TestReadySC
Supt. Spearman wants students ready for @ACT tests, will also review “how many” tests they’re taking: http://1.usa.gov/1Hp1zOk #TestReadySC
This month, SCETV’s Carolina Classrooms program “What Students and Parents Need to Know About Assessments,” discussed the new ACT Aspire tests being administered to all students in grades 3-8 next month. If you missed last week’s program, it’s now online – please watch it and start preparing for these new tests! http://bit.ly/1NFm76M #TestReadySC
@SCETV’s Carolina Classrooms discusses ACT Aspire, being given to students in grades 3-8 http://bit.ly/1NFm76M. Are you ready? #TestReadySC
This month, SCETV’s Carolina Classrooms program “What Students and Parents Need to Know about Assessments,” discussed the new ACT and WorkKeys tests being administered to all students in grade 11 next month. If you missed last week’s program, it’s now online – please watch it and start preparing for these new tests! http://bit.ly/1NFm76M #TestReadySC
.@SCETV’s Carolina Classrooms discusses ACT/#WorkKeys being given to students in grade 11 http://bit.ly/1NFm76M. Are you ready? #TestReadySC
Parents, please read and be aware of the information found in the documents under Announcements linked to the right on this web page.There are versions both in English and Spanish.
The Educational Oversight Committee has some value tools available to engage families and continue academic learning at home. Please visit Family Friendly Standards for 2011-12. In addition, please visit the interactive web presence at South Carolina State Library partnering with the EOC.
With the new design of our web site, it may be of benefit to note that there are now four (4) tabs in the center section labeled: Welcome (which is normally red), Maps & Directions, Headlines, and Discussion. Each of the last 3 will turn red when clicked and will display any content located there. In particular, Headlines is a good place to look for news-worthy items such as noteworthy achievements at any of our schools. This saves space on our home page by not making it too long, forcing the reader to scroll down to read.