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PO Box 629, Sneedville, TN  37869     (423) 733-2591     Fax (423) 733-8757     Tony Seal, Director





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The Emergency Response Plan is available for review.  Please contact Ms. Debra McDaniel at 423-733-1474 or Mr. Tony Seal at 423-733-2591.


2015-16 Testing Schedule


Elementary School     Middle School     High School


TNReady Parent Guide         MICA


Student Assessment in Tennessee Students’ skills and academic progress are measured by a set of statewide assessments called the Tennessee Comprehensive Assessment Program, or TCAP. High school students take End of Course exams Students in grades 3-8 take the Achievement Test For districts who choose to participate, students in grades K-2 take the K-2 Assessment Test (formerly SAT-10) The results of these assessments are reported to parents, teachers and administrators and can be found on the TCAP Results page or the annual Report Card, released each fall.


News & Updates: TNReady In November 2014 the State of Tennessee completed the process to replace the state’s current TCAP (Tennessee Comprehensive Assessment Program) assessments in English language arts (ELA) and math. The new measurements of learning for ELA and math will be called Tennessee Ready (TNReady) and will be administered beginning in the 2015-16 school year. - See more at:


All test are state mandated other than STAR testing.  The state requires a Universal Screener, therefore the district is using the STAR test to meet these requirements.  All STAR testing information is available at the schools or at Parent-Teacher Conferences.  All state mandated test: TNReady and EOC scores are available to parents at the end of each semester.  













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