Recently, I saw the hashtag #alonetogether. I feel like, for some of us, this time of alone-togetherness brings a sense of loss, confusion, and perhaps loneliness. Those whose personalities lean more toward being an extrovert may feel the burden of this alone-togetherness more than others.
Many children struggle to read. For some, it is developmental, and they may simply grow out of it. One day the light bulb for reading comes on, and they can do it. For others who have a disability, reading can be a lifelong struggle. There are tools that can be put in place for struggling readers.
"I knew that Calvary was different than other schools because of the relationships and bonds that were made between the students, teachers, and parents. These relationships that I made almost thirty years ago are still going strong." - Phillip Lee
This year, the College Board released scores to students in December. If your student(s) provided an email address on the PSAT answer sheet, they received an email notifying them to check their College Board account, where they are able to view their scores. PSAT scores will be passed out to the 9th, 10th, and 11th graders the week of January 21st.