Parents and guardians, if you have a student in your household who has an immediate family member connected with the U. S.
military, please take a few minutes to complete a short form (ENGLISH | SPANISH.) This includes family members serving on active duty, in the National Guard and Reserves, Retired Military, Disabled Veterans or Civil Service Employees. The information on the short survey form is being collected on behalf of the North Carolina General Assembly to ensure that the unique needs of military-connected students are met. We would appreciate your participation.
We need a large number of parent and community volunteers to assist us as proctors May 27 through June 2, during End-of-Grade testing. Proctoring involves assisting a teacher with handing out and collecting test materials. Proctors will help the teacher monitor the class test environment and will escort individual students to the restroom as needed. Proctors are not present to help students with the test. We cannot allow parents to proctor in the classroom in which their child is testing.
The state testing program provides data about the effectiveness of our instructional program and guides us in the development of better instructional strategies. Proctors need to be available from 7:45 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. on testing days. Each proctor will need to attend a brief training session during the week prior to testing.
If you are able to assist on any or all of the testing dates, please click the link at the top of this page and complete the online form. Or, you can pick up a sign-up form at the school front desk or call the school office. Volunteers will receive a call from our school when we begin scheduling proctors. Please contact our school secretary, Sabrina Crump, if you have any questions. She can be reached at (336) 570-6195 or by email.