Wildcat Weekly

Week of February 26- Updated 2/27

THE BIG 4: Targets for 2017-2018

  • Instructional Technology
  • Personalized Learning
  • Progress Monitoring
  • Making Connections

ACT Information

Tuesday, February 27, third year students who chose to take the ACT and precoded will test on the 2nd floor.

There will be no bells. Please use your computer time.

Lunches will run on schedule with a late lunch for testers.

The ACT displaced class list shows where 2nd floor teachers will report each period. They are using the rooms of teachers with planning on the bottom and main floors.

Master ACT List for Reference

This is only those testing on February 27. We have accommodated testers the rest of this week and next.

Important Dates This Week:

PLCs this week

Access Testing for ESOL begins this week

2/27- ACT for third year students. All other students on regular schedule.

2/27- Full Lockdown 7th (Update per email from Mr. Smith)

2/27- Vision Meeting 4:00-6:00 Optional but strongly encouraged :)


2/28- Connections Schedule

2/28- DLC during planning (All periods)


3/1- Required PD during Planning C109- Backward Design



9th, 11th, 12th- Choose from the Padlet link OR use taxes link that will be posted Monday.

10th- Take attendance and then go with students to the auditorium for a presentation from Donaldson.



In June 2017, the EAA through ACT 94, required that a Career Readiness Assessment be administered to all grade eleven students (9GR-16) with two exceptions

1) The assessment must not be administered to any student with a disability, whose IEP team determines and agrees in writing that taking the assessment would not be aligned with the student’s program of study.

2) Students who meet the eligibility criteria for alternate assessment and the IEP team has determined that a career readiness assessment is appropriate will continue to take one of the approved career ready transition assessments identified by Greenville County’s Special Education Department.

o Grade 11 students (9GR-16) will be administered WIN via the paper format on April 18. Make-up testing, if needed, will be administered on April 25.

o WIN consists of four timed tests with timings (not previously available):

· WIN Ready to Work Applied Mathematics 34 items 55 minutes

· WIN Ready to Work Locating Information 21 items 55 minutes

· WIN Ready to Work Reading for Information 34 items 55 minutes

· WIN Essential Soft Skills Assessment 40 items 60 minutes

Important Dates Next Week:

3/6- Seat time recovery 4-7

3/7- 7:45 Dpt Chair Meeting C109

3/8- Junior Class Ring Delivery

3/8- Seat time recovery 4-7

Career Fair March 27!!!!!!!!!!

It is that time to sign up for our Career Fair!! The Career Fair will be held in the main gym this year from 8:45-11:30. We are asking for this to be 11th and 12th grade students, as many companies will be looking to hire students. If you’re interested in bringing your class of 11th or 12th grade students, please use the Google Form link below to sign up your class. You can choose 1st, 2nd, or 3rd period. I will send out more information closer to the event, including a list of companies who are scheduled to attend. We would like for students to be more engaged with companies, instead of standing around and talking to one another. Any ideas or incentives for student engagement would be helpful! Last year, I did a BINGO card for candy.

Google Link: https://goo.gl/forms/dRObslRi4j6hnYuZ2

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