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District Announcements
New Measures for Student Success in SC
ACT Aspire, ACT Workkeys and The ACT will be administered to students next month. Is your child ready? ACT, Inc. explains in this letter to parents and students why these tests are important and how to prepare for them:http://1.usa.gov/1HXZPtK#TestReadySC

Wild Wins for ASD4
This past weekend 5 Pendleton FFA members participated in the State FFA Wildlife Science Competition at Horry-Georgetown Technical College in Georgetown, SC. †After hours of written tests, practicums, management technique demonstrations and botanical identification our team was victorious.† Not only did they take the state title, but two of them actually tied for the highest scoring individual. †Students were responsible for knowing the habitat and management plans for: Eastern Wild Turkey, White-tailed Deer, Waterfowl, Bobwhite Quail, Freshwater Fish, Marine Fish, Reptiles, Amphibians, Native Plants, Invasive Species.
These students are all interested in pursuing a career in Agriculture and Natural Resources Management so this was a great stepping stone for them.
Team members include:
Antoine Hernandez (tied for highest individual)
Phillip Leaf (tied for highest individual)
Will Caldwell (second highest individual)
Jordan Radford†
Hunter Dove

ASD4 Takes Top Score

ASD4 takes top score at the SC NASP Region 1 Regional Tournament yesterday in both the Elementary and Middle divisions.† ASD4 proudly hosted their first annual regional archery tournament at the Anderson Civic Center yesterday as 23 teams from across the region competed to qualify for the upcoming South Carolina 10th Annual Archery in the Schools State Tournament.† †La France Elementary won 1st place with a score of 2817.† Townville Elementary won 3rd place scoring 2603; followed by Mount Lebanon Elementary and Pendleton Elementary in the 4th and 6th place standings.† Riverside Middle took 1st place in their division with the overall highest score of the tournament at 3268.† The tournament was a huge success not only in competitive score standings for our teams but also for our district in their professionalism in hosting such a great regional event.† For complete team standings and individual archer scores please click here.†

All ASD4†Archery Teams have qualified and are advancing to the State Competition. †Please come out and support our archers at the State Tournament on March 25th and 26th at the Sumter Civic Center.† For details click here.
1:World Mobile Learning Device Initiative
1: World is Anderson 4ís mobile learning initiative that will equip every student in grades 3-12 with a Chromebook for instructional use by August 2016. In anticipation of the 1:World roll out, Anderson 4ís Technology and Instructional Services Team would like to join parents in preparing our students for this exciting technology integration. Parent meetings have been set up at all of the schools. Parents are welcome to attend whichever meeting location and time is most convenient with their schedule. We look forward to sharing both important details and available resources as the roll out begins in 2015.† Parent Protection Plan Agreement Form for Take-Home Devices, 1:World Mobile Learning Guide for Take-Home Devices, Free Local WiFi Access Locations and 1:World Information Card.
School Announcements
Former PHS student on 2014 National Championship Team
Pendleton High School wishes to congratulate†Michael Hill, Class of 2013, on his accomplishment as a member of the Ohio State University Buckeyes, the 2014 National Champions.

Click here†to read†a letter about Michael†from Coach Urban Meyer to Coach Sutherland.

Congratulations, Michael!† We are proud of you.

Guidelines for Students Petitioning to Receive a High School Diploma in Accordance of Act 155
Act 155 eliminates the requirement for students in graduating classes from 2015 onward to pass an exit exam to receive a diploma. It allows students who, since 1990, have met all other requirements except for passing the exit exam (HSAP or BSAP) to petition for a high school diploma. Students must no longer be enrolled in public school to be eligible.

The petitioner must complete the ACT 155 High School Diploma Petition Application in its entirety and submit to the school district as indicated on the application. Please note that the deadline for petitions to be received by the School Board of Trustees is December 31, 2015.

Complete Guidelines for Petitioning for Diploma
High School Diploma Petition Application
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