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Parents: Please complete this survey for EACH CHILD you have enrolled at GW Carver Elementary. We are asking that this survey be completed by Thursday, August 6th. We will use this information to help plan for our back to school orientation.
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PARENT ORIENTATION SURVEY

Parents: Please complete this survey for EACH CHILD you have enrolled at GW Carver Elementary. We are asking that this survey be completed by Thursday, August 6th. We will use this information to help plan for our back to school orientation. Thank you for your cooperation as we plan for this school year!

IMPORTANT: Advanced Math Legislation News Release

Advanced math Legislation requires that students in grades 6-12 who score a Level 5 on the EOG/EOC be placed in an advanced math class. Students in grades 3-5 who score a Level 5 on the EOG should be provided advanced math learning opportunities through the Academically and Intellectually Gifted Program. Since students do not have an EOG/EOC score for the 2019-20 school year, schools will use historical testing data and teacher recommendation to determine advanced math placement for students for the 2020-21 school year. If your child is placed in advanced math, you will be notified by the school of this placement by August 1, 2020. Parents/Students not identified for advanced math opportunities for the 2020-21 school year may contact their child’s Principal to discuss identification criteria and alternate placement tests that may be available to meet eligibility requirements (Appeals Deadline: August 15, 2020).

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One of our very own ECPS Child Nutrition staff members has been selected as the 2019 North Carolina School Nutrition Association Employee of Year. Congratulations to Carol Lee who serves as a Child Nutrition Program Assistant. She will be recognized at the School Nutrition Association’s National Conference in St. Louis, Missouri in July. Congratulations Ms. Lee and thank you for the great work you do to ensure our students are well nourished and prepared for success. Lee, second from left, is pictured with Board Chair Dr. Evelyn Wilson, ECPS Child Nutrition Director Ruth McDowell, and ECPS Superintendent Dr. Valerie Bridges.