David Crockett High School's TVAAS score announced during school pep rally
Jennifer Sprouse, NET News Service
Aug 31, 2013 at 10:38 AM
JONESBOROUGH - Friday morning’s pep rally at David Crockett High School garnered a lot of school spirit, as various faculty members dressed up as DCHS cheerleaders and celebrity favorites from the TV show “Duck Dynasty” to help the students cheer on the football team for its game against Unicoi County that night.
But the school’s test score announcement of scoring a 4 on the Tennessee Value Added Assessment System inspired a lot of the celebration.
Dr. Ginger Christian, professional development coordinator for Washington County Schools, said the schools are measured on the TVAAS scale system and are given a numerical score each year between 1 and 5, with 1 being the lowest and 5 being the highest.
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