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Sovereign Student Code: Frog734
Sovereign Parent/Guardian Code: Salmon894
Sovereign Teacher Code: Baboon603
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The Vision of Sovereign Avenue School is to ensure that all students experience a robust, relevant curriculum that will provide them with the knowledge and skills for success in college and careers. We want our students to be respectful, responsible, ready and make right choices in their lives. Students will be able to work collaboratively , employ digital literacy skills, and use critical thinking and problem solving skills to compete in the global economy.
The Mission of Sovereign Avenue School is to facilitate the development of our students educationally, physically, and emotionally within a safe and orderly environment.
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The Attached News Release is regarding Free and Reduced Price Meals which are available to all eligible children in the Atlantic County School Districts for the 2016-2017 school year
The Atlantic City School District will cultivate the potential of all students by challenging and supporting every student to achieve academic excellence and by embracing the full richness and diversity of our community.
Abbreviated Day for Students
12:15 Student Dismissal ACHS
12:45 Student Dismissal Elementary
Welcome Back End of Winter Recess Students and Staff Return
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End of Spring Recess
Our school is participating in a Digital Learning Readiness Report for New Jersey schools. The NJTRAx Digital Learning Readiness Report will be based on the responses of individuals in six different roles within the school community – Student, Parent/Guardian, Teacher, School Administrator, Information Technology Coordinator, and Educational Technology Coordinator. Your student’s class has been asked to participate. We are also asking you to participate as a Parent/Guardian. Your participation is extremely important. If you have any questions, please contact me directly at email@example.com.
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Parent/Guardian Survey Code: Salmon894
Each month The National WWII Museum features a standout classroom participating in Get in the Scrap! Get in the Scrap, is a national service learning project about recycling and energy conservation, inspired by the scrapping efforts of students during World War II. For May, the Museum featured students from Sovereign Avenue School in Atlantic City, New Jersey, who are using Get in the Scrap in every discipline. Way to Go! Ms. Williams 4th grade!
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