Golf Squad at Leslie M. Stover Middle School is for both new and continuing students and provides weekly opportunities for your child to learn social skills required to enjoy golf, the clubs, and golf course (i.e. vocabulary, etiquette, rules, history, etc.) all under the instruction of a PGA Professional. Golf is a very challenging and fun sport that can lead to college scholarships. So start early and start now...boys and girls! Even if your child already plays, it is great to enjoy weekly, convenient lessons from the pro. (Click Here to read more on how and why your child can benefit from continuing professional, golf practice with Golf Squad at your school.)
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We look forward to building the foundation to enjoy golf for a lifetime together!"
Stover Middle School - 2017 Spring Testing Calendar
May 2 (Tuesday) - SC Ready ELA 1 - Writing
May 3 (Wednesday) - SC Ready ELA 2 - Reading
May 4 (Thursday) - SC Ready Math
May 9 (Tuesday) - PASS - Science
May 10 (Wednesday) - PASS - Social Studies
May 16 (Tuesday) - EOCEP English 1
May 17 (Wednesday) - EOCEP Algebra 1 / SC READY ELA Field Test
Stover Middle Literacy Reward
Objective: To improve the literacy of all students at Stover Middle, while providing an opportunity to earn rewards, culminating with a major reward at the end of the school year.
Criteria: Students must meet the following criteria to be able to gain rewards, notably the major one at the end of the year. Please note that the completion of the log is a must for everyone and then the next two are a one or the other, but students are STRONGLY encouraged to do both to ensure they get to participate in the reading award.
I. Complete the reading log for 90% of the days your class has SSR and access to the log. This will be calculated based for each homeroom. Medical excuses will be the only accepted excuses for days missed outside the 90%.
II. Must read 2 books. One must be in or above the student's Lexile range and is approved by the homeroom teacher.
Students must meet or exceed their projected growth for reading by Spring testing.