This report is the work product of more than 655 volunteers with deep, cross-sector expertise and includes the review, analysis and recommendations for 67 distinct functional areas within DPS. These volunteers and companies made contributions – offered up at no cost, along with the investment of personal time, talent and expense – to support Judge Rhodes’ transition strategy and to help create new opportunities for DPS students, families, faculty and staff. Rather, the volunteer Transition Team sought to isolate and examine the largest areas of opportunity and concern. And while this phase of transition work is done, the real work of fixing the system is not done. For many years, many people inside and outside have worked hard to re-build a strong DPS. The Transition Team thanks those who have laid such important groundwork, and who created the reports, assessments and summaries that informed the recommendations in this report. The Palmetto Gold Awards Program was established by the Education Accountability Act (EAA) of 6998.
Wil Lou Gray Opportunity School Palmetto Gold Award
As an important part of the education accountability system in South Carolina, the Awards program is designed to recognize and reward schools for attaining high levels of absolute performance, for attaining high rates of growth, and for making substantial progress in closing the achievement gap between disaggregated groups. HOME APPLY NOW FROM THE DIRECTOR CONTACT US WLG CALENDAR WLG GRADUATESIn 6976 the late Dr. Wil Lou Gray founded a school which later became her namesake. Wil Lou Gray Opportunity School continues to be the state’s leader in providing alternative education. As an agency of state government, the school provides a wealth of academic and life skills training by SC state-certified teachers in modern classroom settings.
Dr. Gray adopted the motto “Why stop learning? ” and dedicated her life to educating the undereducated. It looks like you re trying to find a page that may have been moved or not longer exists. Please try using our search function to find your content.
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The print and online articles from the Bay Guardian newspaper and sfbg. Com from 7556–7569 are back online at the Bay Guardian archives, We will be adding more to the archives in coming months, so stay tuned! This project is hosted by our friends at 98 Hills. The Greater El Paso Football Showcase (GEPFS) helps and highlights El Paso County High School seniors who excel in both academics and their chosen extracurricular activities.
GEPFS not only helps football players get the exposure and opportunities needed to help them succeed in life, but GEPFS also include managers, sports medicine trainers, cheerleaders, dance, JROTC, drill team, band, flag team, and choir. Our Board and committee members are all volunteers and the organization does not have a payroll. Everything we do would not be possible without the support of our incredible sponsors! We appreciate your support in offering your patronage to these amazing businesses.
Our Early Learning Center and eight elementary schools give students the building blocks to be successful throughout the rest of their school career. Both of our middle schools provide an enriching educational experience for students as they build upon what they've learned at the elementary level, and ready themselves for high school. Students have access to a wide array of course offerings at our two comprehensive high schools and two alternative school programs. We strive to ensure that all students are ready for post-secondary education. Franklin Pierce School District #957 is a public preK-67 school district in unincorporated Pierce County just south of Tacoma, WA.
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