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Please visit us often to find the answers to many of your frequently asked questions or to contact one of our awesome teachers or staff members. Go to our Calendar or our News and Events page to find out about exciting Panther happenings. You’ll also find information especially for parents so you know how you can make a difference in your child’s education. If you’d like, you are also welcome to contact us anytime for any reason. Thanks for visiting us and enjoy your stay.
The mission of Palmcroft School is to foster fair and consistent expectations for student behavior; ensure a comprehensive education for our students through rigorous curriculum and instructional excellence; and promote a sense of well being in all students through recognition of accomplishments.
Enjoy these highlights from the Principal's Message. To view the Newsletter in its entirety, please visit our News page.
Here is some information I want to highlight from this month's newsletter.
End of the Third Nine Weeks Assemblies
2013-14 AIMS/SAT Testing
Then, beginning Wednesday, April 16 through Tuesday, April 22, students in the second, third, fourth, and fifth graders will take the SAT 10 and the Arizona Instrument to Measure Standards, commonly called AIMS, in both reading and math. These assessments are very important for students, teachers, and the Palmcroft school. The assessment will provide an indicator that students have been meeting or exceeding state standards at their grade level.
To prepare for these assessments:
We need to have one hundred percent participation during the assessments. The state of Arizona expects all students to participate in the assessments. If a student is absent due to an illness, he or she will have a makeup day and time later in the testing period. The office will not forward calls to classrooms during the assessments. If an emergency arises, the school office will contact the classroom. Please do not pick students up early during the testing period. If a student leaves school during testing, we cannot allow them to finish that portion of the test.
Be sure to visit our News page to read all of this month's news and information. Thank you for your cooperation as we continue with a great school year!
Mr. Pat Koppinger, Principal