Board of Education recognizes students with exceptional scores on SC READY and SCPASS
DARLINGTON—Fifteen students earned recognition recently during the Darlington County Board of Education’s January meeting. The students either recorded perfect scale scores on the SC READY test or the maximum raw score on the SCPASS test in 2018.
The students and their families packed the board meeting room January 14 where they were recognized by Superintendent Dr. Tim Newman, Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment Carlita Davis, Board Chairman Warren Jeffords, and their principals. The students took photos and received trophies honoring their brilliant academic achievements.
For clarity, a perfect scale score can be achieved even when a maximum raw score is not. The schools listed below indicate where the student attended when he or she took the respective test.
The students who earned perfect scale scores on the SC READY test are:
• Gianna Bambery, English/Language Arts, Darlington Middle School
• Stella Tew, English/Language Arts, Hartsville Middle School
• Grayson Wint, Math, Hartsville Middle School
• Jonathan Jordan, Math, Spaulding Middle School
Students with the maximum raw score on the SC READY test are:
• Louis Baltz, Carolina Elementary School
• Abigail Thomas, Carolina Elementary School
• Broden Hurd, Carolina Elementary School
• Peyton Mendiola, Spaulding Elementary School
• Billy Moore, North Hartsville Elementary School
• Shreeji Patel, North Hartsville Elementary School
• Adamaris Lei, St. John’s Elementary School
• Jacob Kiker, Darlington Middle School
• Ashley Niu, Hartsville Middle School
Students with the maximum raw score on the SCPASS test are:
• Jakayla McKenzie, Darlington Middle School
• Landon Cooke, Darlington Middle School