SCHOOL ACCOUNTABILITY MEETING/ Public Testimony and Feedback
River Forest High School and River Forest Middle School MEETING ON 3-1-17
6:00 p.m. in the “Round” Auditorium
Items to be discussed at the meeting include the school grade, plans and measures to improve school performance, and parent/student success tips. There will also be a discussion regarding the goals that are being set for this year. Again, the meeting will be held in the Round, on March 1st, at 6:00 p.m. and will last approximately one hour. Please enter through Doors “C” and Doors “D,” and park back by the Tennis Courts.”
School Mission Statement
The following is the Mission Statement for River Forest High School
River Forest High School will educate, empower, and enable all students to become caring, contributing citizens who can succeed in an ever-changing world. River Forest High School is committed to focusing on high expectations both academically and socially to create a community of learning, respect, and responsibility.
The following is the Vision Statement for River Forest High School
River Forest High School will provide an engaging and rigorous learning environment where students actively participate in becoming millennial learners ready to succeed in college and/or career endeavors.
Belief Statements RFHS Students
Inspired to learn
Navigate to success
Give their best effort
Together in community
Strive for excellence
Dressed in their caps and gowns, the River Forest High School graduating class of 2016 took time to visit Evans and Meister Elementary schools to thank their teachers and to provide an opportunity for our "little Ingots" to see where they will be in just a few short years.
River Forest High School
River Forest High School ISTEP+ Grade 10
(Indiana Statewide Testing Educational Progress-Plus)
Spring Semester 2017
ISTEP+ Part 1- Paper/Pencil (Applied Skills): February 27, 2017 – March 10, 2017
ISTEP+ Part 2- Online (Multiple Choice & Technology Enhanced Items) – April 17, 2017 – May 5, 2017
In Indiana, all students in grade 10 take the Indiana
Statewide Testing for Educational Progress-Plus (ISTEP+). Based on Indiana’s Academic
Standards, the test includes Math, English/Language Arts in the 10th
Solid reading, writing and math skills are "must haves" for a successful future. ISTEP+ is designed to make sure you master these basics on your way to earning a high school diploma. If you don’t know enough to pass the test, that’s a sign that you need some extra help.
To be sure you’re ready to do your best on ISTEP+, read these tips and practice some sample questions.
Practicing for the New ISTEP+ for the 10th Grade
Students will be able to use computer tools to answer new types of question items. Teachers are providing practice with these technology enhanced questions. You can also provide practice with these by accessing this link. http://experience-ccra-in.ctb.com, http://www.parcconline.org/resources/educator-resources/model-content-frameworks/ela-model-content-framework/grade-10
Getting ready for ISTEP+
Common questions about ISTEP+
What can parents do to support students during testing?
For more information on ISTEP+, talk to your teachers, counselors or:
Ella es la política de River Forest Community School Corporation no a discriminar sobre la base de raza, color, religión, sexo, origen nacional, edad o minusvalía en sus programas como lo exige la ley Indiana sobre derechos civiles (I.C. 22-9.1), título VI y VII (Ley de derechos civiles de 1964, título IX (enmiendas de la educación), y Sección 504 (Ley de rehabilitación de 1973).