Superintendent James Neihof kneeled down to talk with Jocelyn and Daisy after they completed testing for MAP (Measure of Academic Progress). Both girls “almost” made their goals, promised the superintendent they were working hard, and were thrilled to get to meet “Mr. Neihof” – so much so that Jocelyn even gave him a hug later in his visit to Simpsonville Elementary.
Simpsonville principal Jill Tingle, second from left, listens along with the leadership team as teacher Lisle Hardesty discusses a point with the School Board during a special work session on student achievement. Simpsonville was commended for being a Proficient school in the recent state assessment results... and the school with the highest ranking in Shelby County.
Students like Miranda and Morgan explained multiplication for a problem (69,853 X 10), with a classmate saying, “It’s like adding the number 10 times” while another chimed in, “The final number should be 10 times greater.”
Come to Simpsonville's CSI Night!
Tuesday, October 9, 6-7 p.m.
For Grades 3, 4, & 5
Parents and family welcome