These evenings sessions will be offered to students shortly before taking their SAT exam to help them “de-stress” by understanding test-taking strategies such as timing, pacing, types of questions, and standard instructions.
This grant also enhances an initial grant awarded last year by providing more calculator-based labs and probes so that all high school science students can quickly measure and analyze real-time biological data while working in small groups in their classrooms or in the field.
This grant enhances a grant awarded last year by the NPEF by providing new probes for physics students at all levels so that they may work in small groups to analyze motion, force, light, acceleration, temperature, magnetic pull voltage, and current.
The High School Guidance Department will offer three evening programs to juniors, seniors, and their parents to further inform them of the college application, admission and financial aid application processes.
A Literacy Night was held for students and families at A.W. Roberts and Salt Brook Schools featuring exciting and effective family reading activities presented by district teachers.