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Issue 18 Articles

TCAP Testing Begins April 27

Rumor Mill

WCS Budget Update

Shining Apple Awards

Students Pay Homage to American Classic

Academic All-Stars

Awards & Acolades

Early Childhood Classes Offer Real World Experience

WCS Names Fine Arts Specialist

Pearre Creek Students Celebrate the Arts

Destination ImagiNation Teams Advance

Student Spotlight Awards


WCS Unveils New BYOT Logo

Technology Workshop Aids ESL Parents

Girls TEC Camp Registration Ends Soon

Youth in Government Conference

Middle College High Presents Arts, Beats & Eats

Ravenwood Runway Fashion Show

College Grove Celebrates Pi Night

WCS Teachers Selected to Lead Common Core Transition


GED Test to Undergo Changes

Summer Camps

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ISSUE 18
April 26, 2012

IN THIS ISSUE...

TCAP time is here.  Starting tomorrow, thousands of Williamson County students in grades three through eight will begin taking the TCAP assessment. We have plenty of information about this year's TCAP test in our TCAP PREVIEW as well as some tips for both parents and students.  Plus, we'll also answer a few questions regarding TCAP in this week's RUMOR MILL section.

This issue of IN FOCUS features five video stories.  In the first one, we'll take you to Franklin High School for a look at the school's EARLY CHILDHOOD education program.  Then, we'll head south to Spring Hill where eighth graders at Spring Station Middle School paid homage to the American classic To Kill a Mockingbird with a SPECIAL PICNIC.  Some of the other videos you'll find in this issue include a look at Pearre Creek Elementary School's annual world dance and ART EXHIBIT, a special workshop for ESL PARENTS and PI NIGHT at College Grove.

Also in this issue of IN FOCUS, we'll update you on the BUDGET PROCESS, introduce the district's new FINE ARTS SPECIALIST and honor the winners of this year's SHINING APPLE AWARDS.  Speaking of awards, seven Williamson County students were recently named ACADEMIC ALL-STARS.  We'll tell you who they are.  Plus, more than two dozen students from across the county are recognized for their accomplishments in the areas of academics, athletics and the arts in this week's edition of AWARDS & ACCOLADES.

Some of the other stories you'll find in this issue include the unveiling of the district's new BYOT LOGO, new changes to the GED TEST and the results of this year's statewide DESTINATION IMAGINATION competition and YOUTH IN GOVERNMENT conference.  Plus, we'll tell you about several upcoming events including Middle College High School's ARTS, BEATS & EATS fundraiser, the RAVENWOOD RUNWAY fashion show and GIRLS TEC CAMP.

We hope you enjoy all this issue of IN FOCUS has to offer.  Please encourage others to SIGN UP for IN FOCUS so they can keep on top of what's going on inside Williamson County Schools.  All they need to do is send us an EMAIL letting us know they'd like to begin receiving IN FOCUS.  The next issue will be released May 10.

 

 



Important Dates

Friday-Friday,
April 27-May4, TCAP Assessment for grades 3-8

Friday-Wednesday, May 18-23, Semester exams

Wednesday,
May 23, Half day for students and end of second semester

Friday-Sunday, May 25-27, Graduation window

For other dates, check with each individual school

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