Next week starts our spring testing! Help prepare your child to perform their best by encouraging them to have a good night's sleep during their testing.
Here is a summary of our testing schedule:
Week of April 20: 5th grade M-Step
Week of April 27: 4th grade M-Step
Week of May 4: 3rd grade NWEA
Week of May 11: Kindergarten and 1st grade NWEA
Week of May 18: 3rd grade M-Step
Week of May 25: 2nd, 4th, and 5th grade NWEA and 3rd grade NWEA
Week of June 1: 2nd and 4th grade NWEA
Do you have a passion for wanting to help the children and families in your community? You may be surprised how easy it is to make a positive impact on their lives, and in turn enrich your own. We’re always looking for talented and committed volunteer board members to help lead and strengthen our charter school academies. If you can contribute your expertise for approximately five hours each month and are interested in this opportunity, we encourage you to seriously consider applying to become a member of our school board.
Our Board members come from all walks of life – local business owners, educators, parents, retirees – in fact just about any background or career you can think of is represented. This is because charter school boards and their respective authorizers value diversity, knowing that bringing together a group of volunteers with various backgrounds helps to bring balance to both the decisions and the policies of a board and, in turn, helps to make great charter schools.
Are you interested in changing students' lives? Learn more and apply here!
TOPSA+ students beat Principal Brunger's March is Reading Month book challenge of 12,000 books.. They knocked it out of the park by reading over 18,000 books! Check out this video of Principal Brunger singing Miley Cyrus' Wrecking Ball song since his students beat the reading month challenge!! Click here.
TOPSA+ was named the best elementary school in Muskegon County for the 2014-2015 school year by Bridge Magazine! See an article about TOPSA+ here.
Three Oaks Public School Academy is the most successful among Muskegon County elementary and middle schools when student socioeconomic status is taken into consideration, according to the Mackinac Center for Public Policy. Read here.