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FBLA State Results

FBLA RESULTS

2nd place- Business Plan- Whitney Allan, Whitney Westwood, Derek Wilde

2nd place- Business Financial plan- Shalyn Bagley, Kierra Gleave, Mychael Collins

2nd place- Community Service- Rylee Fautin, Sarah Julander, Faith Fullmer

3rd place- Local Annual Chapter Business Report- Shalyn Bagley and Kierra Gleave

3rd place- Partnership with Business- Shaylee Gleave, Paige Jessen, Brinn Fullmer

3rd Place Website Development- Shaylee Gleave, Paige Jessen, Bailey Norman

4th Place- Intro to Business Communications- Rylee Dalton

5th Place- Public Speaking II- Wyatt Jensen

5th Place- Public Service Announcement- Mikayla Bagley and Payton Collins

6th Place- Public Speaking I- Jailine Vasquez

10th Place- Word Processing- Kayla Christensen

$500 Nanette S. Anderson Business Leader Scholarship- Shalyn Bagley

Gold Seal Chapter Award- Piute High School

SAGE Testing

Student Assessment of Growth and Excellence (SAGE)

SAGE is Utah’s computer adaptive assessment system aligned to the state’s core standards. This comprehensive testing system includes the following summative, interim, and formative components.

SAGE Summative: Summative adaptive assessments required for state and federal accountability provided for English language arts (ELA), math and science

SAGE Formative: Optional learning resources, test items, and learning activities available to teachers, parents and students, linked to students’ summative test results.

Parents are welcome to access the SAGE system and try the test training section with your students at sageportal.org.

Summary of SAGE
•Standards-based adaptive assessment
•Provides good measurement for all students
•Brings the right assessments into the classroom
•Accessible for All
•Embedded supports and accommodations to test every student fairly
•Immediate reporting
•Actionable data to support instruction
•Immediate links to formative material
•Classroom activities and formative assessments to evaluate individual needs
Spring to Spring and Fall to Spring growth
Helps all kids access the test (“accommodations”

Testing starts on April 17th through May16th, testing 3rd - 11th grades

Community Letter

Patrons, and Colleagues,

As another year approaches an end, I wanted to take a minute and update you on some great things happening at the District as well as at the State level.

 

Superintendent's Welcome Back to School Letter

August 1, 2013

Dear Teachers, Parents, Students, and Community Members:

It is with sincere optimism and motivation that I write this year's "Back to School" letter to all those who play such an important role in the educational process of our District's nearly 350 students. Each school year brings a new spark of hope, vision, excitement, and with many, anxiety of what the new school year may bring. As we begin this school year I wish the greatest success for all our students, teachers as well as paraprofessionals and others who work so hard to facilitate the infrastructure of effective schools.

In talking about success, the past school year brought many challenges yet many accomplishments were achieved. At the elementary school level we have seen continued success in our state assessment scores. At the high school level, we saw continued success in our student's state test scores.

CSS Program

School districts and charter schools are required by Utah law, 53A1a-704(10), to inform parents of students with IEPs enrolled in public schools, of the availability of a scholarship to attend a private school through the Carson Smith Scholarship Program”.
The address of the Internet website maintained by the USOE that provides prospective applicants and their parents with program information and application forms for the CSS Program http://www.schools.utah.gov/sars/Quick-Links/Carson-Smith-Scholarship.aspx