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- Record Gazette - Assessment Tests Show Banning-Beaumont Students Meeting State Standards
The CAASPP results will serve as a baseline for measuring future progress. CAASPP evaluates student progress in California standards such as English language arts, and math, often referred to as Common Core. The new standards emphasize critical thinking, problem solving and analytical writing.
- Press Enterprise - Conference to Address Ways to Improve Student Attendance
A series of workshops is planned to address how to reduce the number of students who are chronically absent.
- Press Enterprise - School Helps Assess State Test Results
This spring, more than 3.2 million students statewide, including about 442,000 in the Inland area, took the new California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress. Inland schools await the first results, scheduled for Sept. 9 . Many districts already have received scores and are mailing them to parents.
- Press Enterprise - Spirit Run to return to Beaumont
BEAUMONT – The annual Beaumont Spirit Run, which benefits all ten schools in the Beaumont Unified School District, will be held Sept. 19 at the Don Smith Football Stadium, 350 Brookside Ave. The event will have a 10K beginning at 8 a.m., a 5K run/walk/stroller combination at 8:15 a.m. and a 1K kids run at 9:30 a.m. Fees for the 10K are $30 by Sept.1 and $35 after. Fees for the 5K are $25 by Sept. 1 and $30 after and fees for the 1K are $10. Online registration ends at midnight Sept. 17. Medals will be awarded to the 1st and 2nd place male and female winners of the 5K and 10K across nine age groups. Information: beaumontspiritrun.org – Anne Marie Walker
- Press Enterprise - Language Changing to Describe Students with Special Needs
That’s also the case in the Beaumont Unified School District, which doesn’t have a formal policy. However, teachers and staff members model the language on a daily basis, said Carrie Roberg, the district’s special education director. “Our thought is it will reduce and eliminate misunderstandings of people with disabilities,” Roberg said.
Winners announced for the 1st Annual San Gorgonio Middle School Video Contest:
* Grand Prize: Anti-Bullying PSA by Tiara Lopez and Logan Schlosser. (Watch on YouTube: https://youtu.be/0Traz2Xpm8I)
* Runner Up: Chromebook Care Tips by Tristin Joslin, Milan Kuite, Zachary Miller, and Rey Rodriguez, Jr. (Watch on YouTube: https://youtu.be/5fKQ-x4qmcg)
Thank you to Paul Williams, Breanna Smith, Irma Russo, Valarie Petersen, and student judges, Jacob Stockwell and Malia Earl, for your time in judging the submissions.