Come see our STEP Team and Drumming Club perform and check out some of our local vendors for our Community Fair! Support our REC families with merchandise for sale such as body creams, baked goods, hand burned crafts, homemade dog treats, jewelry, clothing, candles, wax melts and so much MORE! Spare Time, Big Air, YMCA, Greenville County Library are a few of our community vendors that will be in attendance.
Monday, December 6, 2021
Proviso 1.96, passed by the SC Legislature in June 2021, requires that school districts in South Carolina administer a reading and math test three times a year (fall, winter, and spring). First and second grade students will be scheduled to participate in MAP Growth testing in reading and math in September, December, and March. Assessment results help guide teachers’ reading and math instruction by better understanding what students know and are able to do, where students need support, and what students are ready to learn next.
1st Grade: December 7, 2021
2nd Grade & virtual students: December 8, 2021
During October’s CogAT and Iowa test window, some students at some schools experienced technical issues (e.g., freezing screens, audio issues, omitted software functionality) during the online administration. While school staff resolved many technical issues, allowing students to complete their tests, the testing vendor and the district have deemed some issues to have created disruptions, distractions, or experiences which could compromise the validity of some students’ scores. Thus, due to the technical issues some students experienced while completing the tests, we are offering all students the opportunity to retake both the CogAT and Iowa tests during the January testing window, January 4-13, 2022.
CogAT/Iowa Testing Test Dates
CogAT Verbal Battery Tuesday, January 4, 2022
CogAT Quantitative Battery Wednesday, January 5, 2022
CogAT Nonverbal Battery Thursday, January 6, 2022
Iowa Reading & Math Friday, January 7, 2022
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Did you know...a student must be in class for at least three hours to be counted present. It is a state policy that we track the exact time that a student arrives tardy or is dismissed early so that we know how much time a child is in school to the minute. For more information on student attendance please see the district website, or speak to your school's office clerk or social worker.