9 months ago
Parent Friendly Standards
about 1 year ago
Building a Child's Success Team
A good educational system provides many tools that help children learn. Parents and families are a big part of a child's success team because a great deal of learning goes on outside the classroom. The websites below provides information for families about what their child should be learning in school along with activities, websites, and books to enhance learning experiences.
SC Standards and Support Documents
about 1 year ago
about 1 year ago
The purpose of Title I, Part A of Public Law 107-110 is to enable schools to provide opportunities for children served to acquire the knowledge and skills contained in the challenging state content standards and to meet the challenging state performance standards developed for all children. The purpose can be achieved by ensuring that all children have a fair, equal, and significant opportunity to obtain a high-quality education and reach, at a minimum, proficiency on challenging State academic achievement standards and state academic assessments. Efforts to meet the requirements of the law may include:
· Aligning curriculum, instruction and teacher training with high quality academic assessments
· Meeting the educational needs of low-achieving children
· Closing the achievement gap between high- and low-performing children
· Accountability for improving the achievement of all students
· Using state assessments to improve instruction
· Increase the amount of quality instruction time
· Utilizing scientifically based instructional strategies and challenging academic content.
· Professional development for staff
· Coordinating services to youth, children and families
· Allowing parents substantial and meaningful opportunities to participate in the education of their children.
The purpose of ESEA Title II, Part A is to help states and school districts ensure that all students have effective teachers; that is, teachers with the subject-matter knowledge and teaching skills necessary to help all children achieve to high academic standards, regardless of individual learning styles or needs. In this regard, the program provides substantial funding to help states and districts recruit, train, reward, and retain effective teachers. Title II, Part A and Title I, Part A also place particular emphasis on the need for states and districts to ensure that teachers of core academic subjects meet certain minimum requirements to become effective educators.
Title III is responsible for the oversight of the language instruction of limited-English proficient and immigrant students. This is accomplished by: administering grant programs that help children develop proficiency in English and achieve high content standards; recommending policies and promoting best practices for meeting the needs of English language learners; strengthening collaboration and coordination among federal, state, and local programs serving English language learners; and monitoring funded programs and providing technical assistance that addresses outcomes and accountability.
- Carolina Alliance for Technology
- SCASL South Carolina Association of School Librarians
- SCAHPERD South Carolina Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance
- SCASA South Carolina Association of School Administrators
- SCASCD South Carolina Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development
- SCCEC South Carolina Council of Exceptional Children
- SCCSS South Carolina Council for the Social Studies
- SCCTE South Carolina Council of Teachers of English
- SCCTM South Carolina Council of Teachers of Mathematics
- SCECA South Carolina Early Childhood Association
- SCIRA South Carolina Reading Association
- SCMSA South Carolina Middle School Association
- (SC)2 South Carolina Science Council
- SCSCA South Carolina School Counselor Association
- South Carolina Literacy
- South Carolina Writing Improvement Network
- South Carolina Writers Workshop
- EEDA Education Economic Development Act
- High Schools That Work
- Reading Recovery
- Upstate Schools Consortium
- NCTE National Council of Teachers of English
- NCTM National Council of Teachers of Mathematics
- NSTA National Science Teachers Association
- NSDC National Staff Development Council
Grant Awards for Laurens 56
about 1 year ago
Laurens County School District 56 has received five (5) Wellness Inspired School Environment (WISE) grants from the BlueCross® BlueShield® of South Carolina Foundation. These grants were awarded to Clinton Elementary, Joanna-Woodson Elementary, Eastside Elementary, Clinton Middle and Clinton High. The grants are to support the Physical Education departments in implementing their Healthy Schools programs to better serve children in the district. Each school will be receiving new equipment or supplies for their Physical Education classes.
The BlueCross BlueShield of South Carolina Foundation is an independent licensee of the Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association.
The grant for Eastside Elementary was written for equipment (see picture) that assists children with flexibility and agility during PE classes.
Using the plank walk ...
JWES was awarded money to purchase Railyard Fitness Equipment.
Clinton Elementary was awarded money to purchase Railyard Fitness Equipment.