The whole school is excited about our upcoming Book Fair (Wednesday October 28th - 30th). An amazing selection of books is headed our way!
At the Book Fair you will find the latest and finest titles for kids, as well as books of interest to parents.
Mark your calendar for our Family Event where the whole family can join in the fun. And, you can contribute books to your child's classroom library.
The Book Fair is a great way to get everyone excited about reading.
As the education policy is very strong and firm in United States so there are different types of test which are taken after some period of time to track the progress of the students. The TerraNova test is also a very famous test in this purpose as this is a series of standardized achievement tests which is taken to the students of k-12 in United States of America. This test consists of mathematics, spelling, vocabulary, social studies, reading, science, language arts, and other specific areas.
The TerraNova tests are not used in every state of America but in some states. The state of California uses this test as the part of CAT/6 which is also known as the California Achievement Awards. The test series of TerraNova tests is published by McGraw-Hill. This system was available ion California for many years and when other states started to make their own standard based test system to become a part of overall testing movement in America which was in 2000, the CAT system was widely used in California and it was also really popular among students.
The TerraNova tests usually have multiple choices questions having a bubble sheet. Worksheet is also provided to solve the mathematics questions. The question paper is constructed with all sorts of questions and covers all areas of all subjects. This test can be of few hours but some students also take a complete day to complete the test. For the beginners the paper is quite easy but after the 5th grade the difficulty level increases.
In New York City, children are eligible if they become 4 years old by December 31 of the school year in hwich they are enrolled in the program.
Next week is National Yearbook Week. Let's #celebrateyearbook!
October 4-10 is National Yearbook Week. This honorary week (the first full week in October) is dedicated to the role that yearbooks play in America. It's a great time to celebrate our emotional connection to yearbooks, both past and present. Yearbooks are a keepsake; they preserve the memories and the history of the year for students, alumni and the community.
To commemorate the week, we're inviting you to get out your favorite memories and share the cover or pictures via social media next week October 4th -10th.