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board, saying he's encouraged by the district's academic progress since his hiring four years ago. The number of Lebanon High School students who passed state math assessments rose from 46 percent in 2011 12 to 68 percent last year. Hess also Air Force Flyknit Black
redOSU men's soccer: Mueller's two goals move Beavers to 5 0OSU football: Beavers need to polish up pass gameOregon football: Ducks fall short at Michigan StateLEBANON A Lebanon School Board discussion of Superintendent Rob Hess' evaluation has been moved from December to January. The evaluation had been a part of Thursday's agenda but was tabled following lengthy reports from Lebanon High School. It is scheduled to be wrapped up by Jan. 30. Hess has submitted his own thoughts to the Red Air Force 1 Tumblr
noted the district's two "focus" schools, Green Acres and Cascades elementary schools, both showed growth in reading and math, although scores are not yet at the state average. Hess said he's pleased with AVID, a college preparation mentoring and Air Force Low Red
instructional support system that started this year at the high school and Seven Oak Middle School. Thursday's meeting included a detailed description of AVID, which stands for Achievement Via Individual Determination.
A LAWYER who walked away from her Northumberland business leaving clients "distressed" has been suspended for two years. Christine Billany, 51, who ran the once successful Ash Solicitors in Back Row, Hexham, abandoned the business as bills remained unpaid and at least one cheque bounced. Now a Solicitors' Disciplinary Tribunal, at the Old Bailey, in London, has found a number of allegations against her proved. Mrs Air Force Brown Shoes Billany failed to attend the hearing and in her absence the tribunal found she failed to close her business in an orderly manner. Tribunal chairman Edward Richards ordered Mrs Billany to be suspended from the legal profession for two years without comment. The Hexham office of Ash Solicitors yesterday stood closed with the telephone disconnected and the company website down. A.
The system, which costs roughly $100,000 per year for the two schools, is paid for through federal Title 2A funds for teacher quality improvement. Corvallis' two high schools also use AVID. It is meant to both encourage college and promote on the study, homework and organizational skills students will need to get there. It is geared to students who will be the first in their families to enroll in higher education. In other reports Thursday, the board heard an update on the high school's status as an "Equal Opportunity School," a program that looks to boost attendance in Advanced Placement classes by finding and overcoming the barriers to enrolling. The program recently received surveys from 97 percent of the high school's students. Of respondents, 83 percent indicated college aspirations, but 62 percent said more information is needed on getting involved in AP classes. As part of the program, the high school plans to work on expanding that information, encouraging a higher education culture, and doing what it can to support AP enrollment, including extra tutoring.
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