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RAMP (Reading and Math Proficiency)

In Shelby County Public Schools we are committed to reaching our BIG goals and ensuring academic success for ALL students! We know that when you send your child to school, you are entrusting us with your most valuable possession, and we honor that trust by giving you our best. Daily our principals, classroom teachers, support staff and district level staff work diligently to create and sustain an environment committed to student success.

In addition to the efforts of school level staff, we have some specialized district wide programs that are committed to removing barriers to learning, assisting students in achieving academic proficiency, and becoming college and career ready. 

We hope that your partner with us in reaching our BIG goals and ensuring academic success for ALL students! We know that we need to work as a team with the Shelby County community to reach our goals.

Please visit the above sections/links to learn more about what you can do for your child, or how you can volunteer and partner with us. You may also contact Ayanna Peake, Reading and Math Proficiency (RAMP) Coordinator, Ayanna.Peake@shelby.kyschools.us for more information.
 


Examples of SCPS Programs/Supports to remove barriers to learning         

Family Resource Centers Youth Resource Centers  

Parent Academy

English Language Learners

Partnerships with Community Volunteers
 


How do SCPS students become college & career ready?  

Kentucky students are considered college ready if they meet the Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education (CPE) systemwide benchmarks for reading (20), English (18) and mathematics (19) on any administration of the ACT, or pass college placement test COMPASS or KYOTE.

Kentucky students are considered career ready if they meet benchmarks for career-ready academic tests Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) or ACT WorkKeys and career-ready technical components Kentucky Occupational Skills Standards Assessment (KOSSA) or receive an industry-recognized career certificate. Graduates can be considered both college and career ready.