FBLA at Nationals in Chicago
FBLA at Nationals in Chicago

FBLA at Nationals in Chicago

Senior Football Players
Senior Football Players

Senior Football Players

Senior Band Members
Senior Band Members

Senior Band Members

Senior Cheerleaders
Senior Cheerleaders

Senior Cheerleaders

2022-2023 Football Players
2022-2023 Football Players
2022-2023 Band
2022-2023 Band

2022-2023 Band

2022-2023 Cheerleaders
2022-2023 Cheerleaders

2022-2023 Cheerleaders

FBLA at The Bean in Chicago
FBLA at The Bean in Chicago

FBLA at The Bean in Chicago

PJ and Hat Day for Sophia!!
PJ and Hat Day for Sophia!!

PJ and Hat Day for Sophia!!

Varsity Volleyball Team
Varsity Volleyball Team
JV Volleyball Wins Silver Bracket
JV Wins Silver Bracket
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DAILY ANNOUNCEMENTS

Sardis High School is a Title I School

STUDENT REGISTRATION TITLE 1 PARENT SURVEY

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****Pre-ACT testing for 10th graders will be Tuesday, October 4th. This will be an E-Learning Day for 9th, 11th, and 12th graders.

The next ACT Study Session will be October 8 (8:00 a.m. - Noon) for 7 - 12 grade students will be at Sardis High School. Use the following link to register.

ACT Saturday Study Session: Saturday, October 8, 2022 (8:00 a.m. - Noon) at SARDIS HIGH SCHOOL

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Needs Assessment Surveys

Student Survey - Click the link below to access the student survey.

Student Needs Assessment Survey


Parent/Teacher Survey - Please click the link below to access the parent/teacher survey**.**

Parent/Teacher Needs Assessment Survey

Etowah County Schools Child Nutrition Program

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Digital Device Policy for Standardized Testing

Digital Device Policy for Standardized Testing

Students and Parents,

Please read the following information about digital devices during standardized testing.

Digital devices are NOT allowed in the testing room at any time during Standardized Testing. Digital devices are defined as anything that can capture, store, relay, or receive electronic information. This includes, but is not limited to, the following: laptops, smart phones, smart watches, fitness trackers, MP3 players, and tablets. We will have a place for students to place their cell phone OUTSIDE of the testing room the day of testing. Please DO NOT wear your apple watches, FitBits, etc. to school on the day of testing if you are taking the test. This will be strictly enforced.

Thank you for understanding,

Testing Dates:

9th Grade- No Tests

10th Grade- PreACT, Tuesday October 4th

11th Grade- ACT, March 14th

12th Grade- WorkKeys, October 26th

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Alabama Comprehensive Assessment Program

Student Device Policy:

Students shall not possess any digital device within the testing room when participating in ACAP testing. The possession of a digital device by students participating in ACAP testing is strictly prohibited during the administration of a test. The ONLY exception to this policy is for students who have been pre-approved by the Building Test Coordinator or the Principal to have a digital device that is necessary for the health and/or well­ being of the student.

If students are in possession of a digital device that is within their reach during the administration of an ACAP test, the device will be confiscated and, if the appropriate administrator determines that there is reasonable suspicion that the device was used to capture, record, or share test information or to facilitate cheating on the test, it may be subject to search pursuant to LEA policy for any information directly related to the ACAP test being administered. Additionally, the student will be dismissed from testing immediately and the test may be invalidated in accordance with ACAP policy.Violation(s) may result in disciplinary action by the LEA in accordance with the LEA's disciplinary policy.