Mrs. Doumit will be opening the library on the following dates and times listed below. She will begin with a read aloud then give students the opportunity to check out books and/or log in summer reading minutes.
June 3rd 9:00 – 11:00 June 17th 9:00 – 11:00 July 16 1:00 – 3:00 July 29 9:00 – 11:00
May is the month of
Mary. Catholics honor and
respect Mary, because she is the Mother of the Church. God chose to honor Mary
giving her a unique role in salvation history as the Mother of our Savior and
Mary obediently submitted to the will of God. Catholics do not consider Mary to
be equal with Christ, but to honor her total submission to His will, we held a
May Crowning as a school community. Also, each day in May we will recite a
decade of the rosary (a Catholic prayer) as a school community.
Our Advanced (SACS) Accreditation overall score was 333.97. The national overall average of schools with the same accreditation is 282.79. Our score is above the national average. The score indicates that we are performing within the highest ranges of other schools with the same accreditation.We should all be very proud of our entire school.
Thank all of you for supporting our home, Annunciation Catholic School, where we will continue to Enlighten Minds and Form Lives!
ACS Scores Above National Average on SAT, Receives State Honor
ACS was named the Top School in Mississippi for the second year in the row by Scholastic, Inc. for reading the most number of minutes during the summer challenge.ACS averaged 65% or above in all subject areas on the Stanford Achievement Test, which is taken by schools across the country. This puts ACS above the national and Diocese of Jackson average. Students’ average scores were in the upper quarter or third percentile as compared to the national average. Our highest area was in thinking skills with an average of 74%.
Many ACS Students Duke TIP and John Hopkins Eligible
Of our 2nd through 8th grade students who took the SAT, twenty-nine percent (29%) qualified for the John Hopkins Center for Talented Youth Talent Search program, which requires students test in the top 95th percentile in the nation. Fifty-six percent (56%) of the students who qualified, scored in the top 5% in more than one testing subject. Duke has a similar program called TIP for 4th through 6th graders. Thirty-eight percent (38%) of our students qualified for the Duke TIP program. Seventy percent (70%) of the students who qualified, scored in the top 5% in more than one testing subject. Congratulations to our students who were invited to enroll in one or both of the programs!
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