Randolph School Board is looking over testing results
RANDOLPH — Testing results were among items discussed as Randolph School Board members met Oct. 21.
Principals handed out charts regarding testing.
Elementary School Principal Mary Miller said MAPS scores at the school were in the 61st percentile.
For NSCAS testing, the elementary and high school were in the ‘’great’’ school category again.
The Randolph Junior High School finished with a ‘’good’’ rating, which was better than last year.
School Board members also learned that Cardinal Cam will be the subject of a documentary that will appear at ffa.org for National FFA.
The video footage will be shot Nov. 13. The project will help to create an “SAE’’ or Supervised Agricultural Experience for FFA students.
Also Monday, Board members approved a $10,000 general fund transfer for the new co-op wrestling program with Laurel Coleridge Concord.
Each school contributes $10,000 for uniforms and salaries for coaches.
Principal Miller said elementary school parent-teacher conferences were a success as 87 percent of parents attended conferences. Kindergarten had 100 percent attendance.
High school conferences had a 34 percent turn-out rate.
The Board also learned that a National Honor Society blood drive will be held Oct. 30.
The Board was also told A.J. Blickenstaff will be attending All-State Choir.