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Lindop School

Dr. Sonya Spaulding

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My name is Dr. Sonya Spaulding and I am the principal of Lindop School. I have been an educator since 1998; received my bachelor’s degree from The University of Chicago, my master’s degree  from Concordia University and in 2012, I completed my doctorate degree at Roosevelt University in Educational Leadership and Organizational Change. During the summers of 2013 and 2014, I had the privilege of attending the Principals' Center at Harvard University to better understand strategies     for closing the achievement gap. Since 2009, I have served the Lindop community as the assistant principal, principal and assistant superintendent. The school year is off to an awesome start and everyone is working hard to ensure that our students grow and are supported in areas where they had been challenged. Below are just a few of the educational initiatives that are underway this     school year along with charts and tables that demonstrate some of the strides into the growth and development of our students. 

 

 

 

Promotion Criteria: In compliance with State law, the Lindop School BOE has established a student promotion policy pertaining to students’ academic achievement. Students from 3rd through 8th grade must have a cumulative grade average of at least a C which is the equivalent of 2.0 (GPA) including all subject areas. At the end of the first and second trimesters each student’s progress towards the criteria will be examined. If a student is not performing at a level consistent with these criteria he/she will be required to attend the after-school academic support on a daily basis. At the end of the third trimester, if a student does not meet the promotion criteria but has consistently attended the tutorial he/she will be allowed to attend summer school to work towards promotion. Participation in summer school does not guarantee promotion but promotion will not be considered if student does not attend summer school. A student who does not attend the Tutorial during the year to improve his/her grades will not be allowed to attend summer school to work towards promotion.

 

 
 

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