RYE, N.Y. -The Rye City School District was named to the College Board's Second Annual AP District Honor Roll, Superintendent Ed Shine told the board this week.
The district was awarded the distinction for increasing the percentage of high school students earning scores of 3 or higher on AP exams. In addition, 64 Rye High School students received 2011 AP Scholar Awards for their exceptional scores, Shine told the board during his regular report during Tuesday's meeting.
Also at the meeting, the board approved multiple gifts including close to $4,000 from the Osborn PTO for a SMART Board in the ELL classroom and Mary Anne Evangelist, interim assistant superintendent for curriculum instruction and assessment, presented a report summarizing student achievement over all grades.
For more information regarding the meeting, go to the Rye City School District website, where you can view a video of the meeting in its entirety.
The next regularly scheduled Board of Education meeting is Nov. 29 at 8 p.m.
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