Hewitt Trussville High School Twitter Assignment


Important Information Regarding SSN and Birth Certificate

Disclosure of your child’s social security number (SSN) is voluntary. If you elect not to provide a SSN, a temporary identification number will be generated and utilized instead. Your child’s SSN is being requested for use in conjunction with enrollment in school as provided in Ala. Admin. Code §290-3-1.02(2)(b)(2). It will be used as a means of identification in the statewide student management system.

 

First-time enrollees are requested to provide a birth certificate and a social security number at the time of registration. However, the presentation of a birth certificate and a social security number is voluntary only. Social Security numbers and birth certificates are used by the district for the limited purpose of properly identifying students for record-keeping and transcripts and are kept confidential. The lack of or refusal to provide a birth certificate and/or a social security number will have no impact on the district’s enrollment decision. Students who enroll without a social security number will be assigned an alternate identification number.


From The Trussville Tribune staff reports

TRUSSVILLE –On Thursday, the Alabama State Department of Education released a report card assigning a letter grade of A through F to every public school in the state. This was mandated in 2012 by the Alabama legislature. through the Legislative School Performance Recognition Program Act.

Below, you will first see the report card grade assigned to the state of Alabama. This will provide a statewide measuring stick as a way examine the grades assigned to the local schools.

Next, you will find the grades assigned to all Tribune area high schools. Those schools in alphabetical order are Center Point High School, Clay-Chalkville High School, Hewitt-Trussville High School, Pinson Valley High School and Springville High School.

Under each high school, you will see a screenshot of information of the state report card for that school. You can search for more detailed information on the state report card for your child’s school on the ALSDE website by following this link. 

Following the report card data, you will see screenshots of selected data from the high school’s ACT Aspire test results, which were a key factor, but not the only factor, in determining the school’s report card grade. This data will show the percentage of students who meet or exceed standards is several areas such as math, science and reading. It will also show the percentage of students close to meeting standards and the percentage of students that need additional help.

This data will also show demographics of each school including percentages of students’ race, students with special needs, and students with disabilities.

You can search for more detailed information on the ACT Aspire scores for your child’s school on the ALSDE website by following this link. 

Two articles will follow today. One will show the state report card and associated data for the middle schools that feed the above high schools. The second article will show the report cards and associated data of the elementary schools that feed the above high schools.

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CENTER POINT HIGH SCHOOL

ALSDE Report Card for Center Point High School. Among the factors used to determine the grade are the ACT Aspire scores, progress made from year to year, graduation rate, college readiness, and absenteeism.

ACT Aspire test data for Center Point High School. Please note: In 2015, ALSDE used a self-administered standardized test. In 2016, the state changed to the national ACT Aspire test. The ACT Aspire has now been dropped by the state board of education. No replacement has been selected by the state board.

 

CLAY-CHALKVILLE HIGH SCHOOL

ALSDE Report Card for Clay-Chalkville High School. Among the factors used to determine the grade are the ACT Aspire scores, progress made from year to year, graduation rate, college readiness, and absenteeism.

ACT Aspire test data for Clay-Chalkville High School. Please note: In 2015, ALSDE used a self-administered standardized test. In 2016, the state changed to the national ACT Aspire test. The ACT Aspire has now been dropped by the state board of education. No replacement has been selected by the state board.

HEWITT-TRUSSVILLE HIGH SCHOOL

ALSDE Report Card for Hewitt-Trussville High School. Among the factors used to determine the grade are the ACT Aspire scores, progress made from year to year, graduation rate, college readiness, and absenteeism.

ACT Aspire test data for Hewitt-Trussville High School. Please note: In 2015, ALSDE used a self-administered standardized test. In 2016, the state changed to the national ACT Aspire test. The ACT Aspire has now been dropped by the state board of education. No replacement has been selected by the state board.

PINSON VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL

ALSDE Report Card for Pinson Valley High School. Among the factors used to determine the grade are the ACT Aspire scores, progress made from year to year, graduation rate, college readiness, and absenteeism.

ACT Aspire test data for Pinson Valley High School. Please note: In 2015, ALSDE used a self-administered standardized test. In 2016, the state changed to the national ACT Aspire test. The ACT Aspire has now been dropped by the state board of education. No replacement has been selected by the state board.

SPRINGVILLE HIGH SCHOOL

ALSDE Report Card for Springville High School. Among the factors used to determine the grade are the ACT Aspire scores, progress made from year to year, graduation rate, college readiness, and absenteeism.

ACT Aspire test data for Springville High School. Please note: In 2015, ALSDE used a self-administered standardized test. In 2016, the state changed to the national ACT Aspire test. The ACT Aspire has now been dropped by the state board of education. No replacement has been selected by the state board.

 

 

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