Students Recognized for Perfect Scores on South Carolina Standardized Tests
At its November meeting, the Florence 1 Schools Trustees recognized students who earned perfect scores on standardized tests during the 2018-19 school year. Twenty- five students earned the maximum score on a portion of the SC READY, and 10 students earned a perfect score on a portion of the SC PASS.
SC READY is a statewide assessment that includes tests in English/Language Arts and Mathematics. It is administered in the spring to all students in 3rd through 8th grades. Items on SC READY are aligned with the SC College and Career Ready Standards. Twenty-five of these students earned maximum scores on the mathematics section of the test.
Cannon C. Coker, Briggs Elementary; Amelia Robinson, Briggs Elementary; Elizabeth J. Ballenger, Carver Elementary; Piper Caroline Batchelor, Carver Elementary ZiMo Wei; Carver Elementary; Emma Glanz Royall Elementary; Mason R. Nichol, Dewey L. Carter Elementary; Lily Kathryn O’Neal, Royall Elementary; Mason R. Nichol, Dewey L. Carter Elementary; David C. Oakley, Henry Timrod Elementary; Michael A Eggen, Lucy T. Davis Elementary; Jacob C. Love, Briggs Elementary; Callie A. Page, McLaurin Elementary, (now at John W. Moore);
Roslyn Paola, Royall Elementary; Rufus Everette Brown, John W. Moore; Adam C. Dowling, John W. Moore; Donald H. Granger, Briggs Elementary; Sarah R. Peavy, Wallace-Gregg Elementary;
Taylor A. Gibson, John W. Moore, (now at Williams Middle); Matthew R. McCall, John W. Moore, (now at Sneed Middle); Peter J. Steinmetz, John W. Moore (now at Williams Middle);
Joseph K. Strauss, Williams Middle; Grayson A. Fountain, Southside Middle; Reilly A. Mize; Southside Middle; Sudhanshu Chunchu, Williams Middle, (now at Wilson); Rachel Herod, Sneed Middle; (now at West Florence High).
SC PASS is a statewide assessment for students in 4th, 6th, and 8th grades in science, and 5th and 7th grades in social studies. PASS test items measure students’ performance on SC Academic Standards. The test items are aligned to the standards for each subject and grade level. Standards outline what schools are expected to teach and what students are expected to learn. Nine students made a perfect score on the science portion of the SC PASS; 1 student made a perfect score on the social studies portion of the SC Pass.
Anna L. Danford, Briggs Elementary; MiKala Woods, Briggs Elementary; Joshua Haney, Carver Elementary, (now at John W. Moore); Jackson H. Newell, Carver Elementary, (now at John W. Moore); Izabella Compton, Delmae Elementary (now at John W. Moore); Isabel Quann, Delmae Elementary (now at John W. Moore); Daniel R. Stone, Delmae Elementary, (now at John W. Moore); Alex Cotran, Royall Elementary; Jake Stoklosa, Lucy T. Davis, (now at John W. Moore); Donald H. Granger, Briggs Elementary.
Note: Donald Granger is recognized for perfect scores on a portion of both the SC/Ready (mathematics portion) and the SC Pass Tests (social studies). *
Photo: First row, left to right: Isabell Quan, Anna Danford, Jacob Love, Matthew McCall, Zimo Wei, Mason Nichol, David Oakley, Amelia Robinson, MiKala Woos, and Lilly O’Neal.
Second Row, left to right, Sudhanshu Chunchu, Cannon Coker, Piper Batchelor, Elizabeth Ballenger, Michael Eggen, Callie Page, Alex Cotran, Peter Steinmetz, Jake Stoklosa, Jackson Newell and and Daniel Stone.
Third row, left to right, Royslyn Paola, Izabella Compton, Emma Glanz, Taylor Gibson, Rachel Herod, Joseph Strauss, Grayson Fountain and Sara Peavy.
Not pictured are Rufus Brown, Adam Dowling and Donald Granger.