In results recently released by The College Board, Buncombe County Schools’ (BCS) Class of 2014 boasted an SAT composite score of 1543, which is 60 points higher than the North Carolina average and 46 points higher than the National average. The SAT composite score is comprised of three testing areas: Critical Reading, Mathematics, and Writing. For BCS, the individual testing results were: 520 for Critical Reading, 531 for Mathematics, and 492 in Writing.
6:30 PM Board of Education Meeting
On Friday 10/3 sixteen of Tim Arnold's year fives went to Johnston Elementary School to work with Lisa Reagan's third grade class on a project. Fifth year's created a pamphlet focusing on ways to be active and engaged citizens in my civics class. Then they helped Lisa's third grade class design one focusing on how to be an active and engaged citizen in your classroom, school, and community. The project went very well with 16 pamphlets completed and many new friends made.
This opportunity is part of the district’s Enrollment for Education Solutions (EES) agreement and will provide students with a tool for learning at home using the most current, universally accepted platforms in the marketplace today.