CAASPP testing will begin at Method Schools the week of April 11, 2022. During our testing season, students in grades 3-8 and 11 will be tested in English language arts and mathematics. In addition, grades 5, 8, and 12 will also be tested in science.
Testing will be conducted virtually with students working from home. To allow students to focus on their tests, Method has modified their assignment calendars and minimized coursework during the weeks of testing. To encourage excitement and a positive mindset, students should expect fun raffles, prizes, store points, attendance points, and test survival kits to add to the fun.
Jade was born and raised in San Diego, CA as one piece of a very large extended family, making her well suited to the world of education. She has several years of experience working in hybrid learning environments, and studied Literatures in English at UCSD before pursuing her teaching credential. After several years of teaching, Jade received her Masters degree in Teaching. She loves the challenge that teaching provides.
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