• Attendance and attention during instructional time are vital to a student’s success. 

    Repeated absences create gaps in student learning and problems in achievement. 

    Ms. Caviness strongly encourages students and parents to email her if a student is absent from class to ensure prompt and clear communication concerning opportunities to make up instruction and assignments.   

    It is important for students to make up missed assignments in a timely fashion.  

    Since students often need instruction and guidance prior to completing an assignment or assessment, Ms. Caviness is available on Tuesdays and Thursdays after school from 3:25 - 4:30 PM or by appointment. 

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  • The English II exam is an online state End-of-Course Test. 

    The exam is reading intensive and contains both
    multiple choice and written response questions.
    The NC English II End-of-Course Test accounts for
    20% of the semester average. 
    Our goal is for 100% of English II students to
    demonstrate proficiency on this challenging test. 
    NC Department of Public Instruction has posted a
    released copy of an English II EOC from 2012. 
    Students and parents may view the released English II EOC
    to gain a clearer understanding of the EOC's format and complexity.
    Supplies needed for English class:
    The students will need a three ring binder for
    notes, worksheets, and other English materials. 
    This binder will serve as the student's notebook.
    Students should bring paper (college or wide ruled), pencils,
    and a highlighter on a DAILY BASIS.

    Tutorials are held on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:25 - 4:30 PM in C-6

    Students may attend a tutorial to make up missing work or to receive additional assistance.  
    Ms. Caviness is also available by appointment. 
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