The Middle School Planning Guide is designed to assist students and families in understanding programs and courses offered at the Middle School. Students at Pine Lake will complete a required core academic program of English/Language Arts, Mathematics, Social Studies, Science, Spanish and Healthful Living. Students will also participate in an elective program that allows them to select courses from an array of offerings.
Families are encouraged to review the course offerings carefully so that they understand the courses they are required to take and the courses they may choose from in order to fulfill their middle school requirements.
7th Grade Immunizations
Please be reminded that there are two immunizations required by law for your child to attend school this academic year.
- Tdap (tetanus, diptheria, pertussis) one dose
- MCV (meningococcal) one dose
These immunizations are required by NC law on or before the first day of school and proof of immunization must be provided. Immunization records can be emailed or faxed to my attention at 704-237-5398. If you submit a hard copy, please be sure to also keep a copy for your records.
If you have not provided the school with proof of immunization or legal exemption by the first day of school, you will be given 30 days to provide this information. After September 14, 2018, students without proof of immunization will not be able to attend school until they are immunized per North Carolina law.
Please visit http://immunize.nc.gov/s
For more information or contact
Rebecca.Long@pinelakeprep.org with questions. Thank you in advance for your assistance.
EOG/EOC Testing Information
In October, the North Carolina State Board of Education (SBE) adopted new college-and-career readiness Academic Achievement Standards and Academic Achievement Descriptors for the End-of-Grade (EOG) and End-of-Course(EOC) tests and their alternate assessments. The Achievement Level Standards and their Descriptors allow you to compare your child’s performance to grade-level/course level expectations. Click here to read the informative letter.