ARMS students participated in the Henry County Literacy Day Competition on Friday, January 19th. Corrine Zajicek received 1st place in the writing competition. Autumn White, Shelby Wiggins, Amya Jackson, Amari Jackson, and Trinty Waring placed 1st and Overall winners in the drama competition These young ladies will now represent Henry County in the Regional Literacy Competition. Jaguar Pride!
We are proud to host “The Henry County Career Ready Expo” for 8th grade students in the northern half of the county. The invited speakers include The Southern Company, GE, McKinney Inc., Microsoft, BDPA, SCAD, Clark Dietrich, Georgia Educational Solutions, Mosa Designs, Honda, Georgia Power, AGL, the CDC, MICHAEL TCHOUAFFE ARCHITECTS, INC, Peachtree City Water and Sewage, and the Military. Article attached.
The Georgia Milestones Assessment System (Georgia Milestones) is a comprehensive summative assessment program spanning grades 3 through high school. Georgia Milestones measures how well students have learned the knowledge and skills outlined in the state-adopted content standards in language arts, mathematics, science, and social studies
. Austin Road Middle School was awarded $3000 from the Ecolab Foundation Visions for Learning Grant Program. The Ecolab committee selected Ms. Williams’s proposal for funding and as a result ARMS will be able to utilize funds for journal purchases and various books for our students.
For the 2014-15 school year, Georgia will begin rolling out new assessments aligned to the CCGPSThe new assessments will be used to gauge how well students are mastering the standards and,ultimately, how ready students are to succeed in college and careers.Click here for more information.
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Austin Road is excited about the new additions to the "Jaguar Family". Please help us welcome Mr. Richards, Ms. Nichols, Ms. Robinson, Ms. Berkeley, Mr. Crawford, Ms. Crawford, Ms. Carrington, Ms. Lindsey, Ms. Sands, Ms. Brock, Ms. Butler, Mr. Gaither, & Ms. Jennings. JAGUAR PRIDE!
Our rising sixth graders attended a summer camp on July 8th. Students participated in middle school technology, locker challenge and science/math games. Ms. Richburg, 6th grade counselor and Mr. Wiley, Principal encouraged and motivated students to Exceed Expectations Everyday.