Today the Commissioner of Education announced that the State Assessment Data Portal opened to parents. Our fourth and fifth graders brought home Unique Access Codes (UAC) with their final report cards. Our third graders did not bring home their UAC because they had not yet been generated by the state.
Parents may access their student’s test results by clicking on the image above or by going to http://www.texasassessment.com/ and entering the student’s UAC and birthdate.
If you do not have your student’s Unique Access Code (UAC), Parents may click on the link ➢WHERE’S MY UNIQUE ACCESS CODE?
on the Texas Assessment page and be redirected to enter the First Name, PEIMS ID (Social Security No. no spaces), and birthdate.
Schools have been informed that printed copies will arrive on a delayed timeframe for this transition year.
This fourth grade teacher celebrates her birthday early during her summer break. Today is Becky McCurdy’s birthday. Spend some time with your family and enjoy your short summer days. Happy Birthday, Mrs. McCurdy. Make it memorable.
Today is the first of several summer birthdays. Now if you know Melody Smith at all then you know of her love for Elmo. These days, Ms. Smith is spending time at the softball fields with her daughter. Take some time today to do something for yourself and we hope you enjoy your birthday. Happy Birthday, Melody Smith.
It is essential that students read during the summer months to keep up with the rigorous reading demands in school. Why not make it fun and social while continuing to read and learn?
The intent of this camp is to immerse students in high-interest literature and to develop an enjoyment and a love for reading. This camp will consist of discussions and book talks rather than written work. Students will read novels, poetry, choral reading, reader’s theater, vocabulary games, and participate in the Read Live program to develop fluency and vocabulary.
Camp Facilitators are Rhonda Bybel and Lisa Pullen. The camp is for students entering 3rd, 4th, or 5th grades and will take place at the White Oak Intermediate School from 10:00 – 12:00. Dates are 6/19-6/22, 6/26-6/29, 7/24-7/27
The Summer Math Program has begun. The challenge is open to all students entering 3rd, 4th, or 5th grades at White Oak Intermediate. Flyers and a yellow challenge sheet were sent home in students’ final report cards. We hope that each one of you will join up and take the challenge!
For questions, you mail email our Math Interventionist, Amy Banks, at [email protected]