Carter County Schools achieves TVAAS Level 5 Distinction for Academic Growth

Published 2:40 pm Friday, September 1, 2023

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From Staff Reports
Carter County Schools is celebrating a remarkable achievement in the realm of education, as it proudly earns a coveted TVAAS Level 5 Distinction for the 2022-23 school year.

The Tennessee Value-Added Assessment System (TVAAS) is a robust tool for measuring students’ academic growth over time. It empowers educators to pinpoint best practices, tailor programs to meet students’ unique needs, and make informed decisions on resource allocation to foster growth opportunities for all learners.

Furthermore, Carter County Schools is thrilled to spotlight three of its institutions that have earned individual TVAAS Level 5 School Distinctions for the same academic year:

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* Happy Valley Middle School
* Hunter Elementary
* Little Milligan Elementary

Director of Schools, Dr. Brandon Carpenter, expressed his appreciation, stating, “The Level 5 achievement is evidence of Carter County School’s commitment to providing our students an educational experience second to none. This honor represents the exceptional strides we are making in exceeding expectations in the area of academic growth.”

Dr. Carpenter commended the dedication of administrators, teachers, support staff, parents, and students, along with the unwavering support of the community, for reaching this pinnacle of academic achievement. He concluded by expressing his optimism for the future of Carter County Schools, asserting that the institution’s highest level of distinction is a testament to the extraordinary progress being made in fostering educational growth and excellence.