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Students present school accountability findings to Sweet Home teachers

By Victoria Advocate
Nov. 23, 2013 at 5:23 a.m.

Sweet Home School eighth-graders, from left, Trevor Meyer, Braden Hanzelka, Faith Monk and Lukas Mylius presented information about the accountability system for Texas public schools to the Lavaca County Retired Teachers on  Nov. 12.  The students  included information about the changes to the accountability system over the past two decades and how the student expectations have increased.  They also shared their personal experiences about the system and its impact on their school.  These students developed the presentation with the assistance of Randy Meyer, the Sweet Home ISD superintendent.

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Caption: Sweet Home School eighth-graders, from left, Trevor Meyer, Braden Hanzelka, Faith Monk and Lukas Mylius presented information about the accountability system for Texas public schools to the Lavaca County Retired Teachers on Nov. 12. The students included information about the changes to the accountability system over the past two decades and how the student expectations have increased. They also shared their personal experiences about the system and its impact on their school. These students developed the presentation with the assistance of Randy Meyer, the Sweet Home ISD Superintendent.

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