Monthly Archives: May 2016

Calculating NCVPS Final Exams

NCVPS calculates its teacher-created final exams AND final projects as 25% in its final grade but since NCVPS is a supplement to our public schools, each student’s district will make the final decision on how much the student’s exam will count in his or her final grade.  Therefore, students may see a difference in their final…

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Three NCVPS Students Shine at the Collaborative Conference for Student Achievement

On March 21-23, 2016, the 31st annual Collaborative Conference for Student Achievement featured a gallery of professional learning and information sessions for educators, policy makers, innovators, and community members with an interest in innovative practices to improve educational outcomes for students. The conference featured 250 sessions with tracks for K-12 learning standards, K-12 online and…

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English Language Learners with NCVPS

Program Overview In order to support the needs of English Language Learners (ELs) throughout the state, NCVPS is revising several core courses to include SIOP and WIDA-based supports for ELs. A subject-certified, WIDA and SIOP trained, teacher will teach EL students alongside their Native-English speaking peers.  The courses fully align with Common Core Standards for English…

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