• WELCOME TO THE WORLD OF SCIENCE  
      
    Rosalind Franklin, 1920-1958. Structure of DNA helix. 
        "Science and everyday life cannot and should not be separated. Science, for me, gives a partial explanation of life. ...it is based on fact, experience, and experiment...I agree that faith is essential to success in life...In my view, all that is necessary for faith is the belief that by doing our best we shall come nearer to success and that success in our aims (the improvement of the lot of mankind, present and future) is worth attaining."
    ---Rosalind Franklin, 1940 
     
    Dr. A. Spevak
    Room A48
    Accelerated Physical Science
    Accelerated Biology

    Contact Information:
    aspevak@crsd.org
    215-944-1100 (main)
    215-944-1153 (science)
     
     
     
    Report Card Information:
     
    Report Card Dates  
     
    My Schedule:
    Period 1         Prep
    Period 2        Accelerated Biology
    Period 3        Accelerated Biology
    Period 5/6    Accelerated Physical Science
    Period 7/8    Accelerated Biology
    Period 9        Accelerated Biology
         
    ***For updated assessment information, please enter the Parent Portal = Home Access System, by clicking on these links for registration and access:

    https://www.crsd.org/cms/lib/PA01000188/Centricity/Domain/1/HACSeptember2010letterforMKleinlistserve.pdf

     
     
    NO. 213-R
    COUNCIL ROCK
    SCHOOL DISTRICT
    ADMINISTRATIVE  REGULATION

    ASSESSMENT OF STUDENT PROGRESS

    Assessment Practices

    Council Rock School District recognizes the need for regular student assessment.  Assessment can take many forms: classwork, homework, reports, projects, student writing, student performance,quizzes, teacher developed tests, department/district tests, mid-term and final exams, and standardized tests.

    Teachers will provide the opportunity to review assessments in a classroom setting. With the exception of District Assessments, students have the option of taking assessments home. In lieu of taking an assessment home, students may leave the assessment with the teacher for future use/reference.  

    District Assessments are defined as summative assessments that are collaboratively created and administered across schools. District Assessments are available for review at parent request.  These are the current District Assessments administered to students: mid-terms, finals,quarterlies/unit tests and elementary pre and post assessments. 

    At the secondary level, the Home Access Center will indicate with an asterisk those District Assessments that will not go home. 

    Teachers should address assessment practice through the course syllabus and/or at Back to School Night.

     

                     Clinic days are Tuesdays and Thursdays from 2:15 - 3:00 pm