With the PSSAs and Keystones coming up soon, (see dates below) we wanted to share some test-taking tips for our families on how students can do their best and limit stress.
It is important for your child to stay relaxed on the test day. Show your child that you are already proud of his/her work as a student. Tell them how smart you know he/she is. This will help build your child’s confidence.
PSSAs are scheduled for students in grades 3-8 during the month of April. As these tests approach, we want to share some test-taking tips for our families.
April 11th, 12th, and 13th @ 7 PM
High School Auditorium
$7 Students and Seniors
Mrs. Rebecca Stanfield, Principal of Towanda Junior/Senior High School, has announced that Chase Dibble, Noah Poll, and Seth Porter have been named to the district’s “700 Club”. This club is designed to recognize students who score a 700 or more (out of 800) on at least one section of a College Board SAT test. This is a feat that only about five percent of the nation’s students attain. The average score on the SAT is about 500 per section (reading, math, and writing). Chase Dibble scored above 700 in the Math section, and Noah and Seth scored above 700 in the Reading/Writing section.
The first walk to school for 2019 drew a large crowd. Join us the first Wednesday in May for the next walk.