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Ute Aadland

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WSHS

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WSHS Grads Continue Welding Programs | Wagenersc.com

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These CATE (Career and Technology Education) classes are great programs that, according to WSHS Principal Ute Aadland, aren't being filled to capacity.
According to Aadland, the fees associated with CATE classes present a real problem for some of the students. Those fees go to consumables that are used in the classroom, fees that many parents can't afford despite the payment plan WSHS offers. Aadland has been actively soliciting donations from the community in order to establish scholarships for students who are unable to afford the fees. The goal is to increase enrollment in these programs. She asserts, "This community ultimately benefits because we can send students out into the world with skills that will allow them to earn a living wage.


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WSHS Principal Mrs. Ute Aadland has begun her second year at WSHS with the good news that the school received a "B" rating from the South Carolina State Department of Education in 2014, the third highest grade for a high school in our district, bringing the school up from its "D" ranking from the previous year. ?WSHS was also the only high school to increase its HSAP scores, a test that is one of the components used to evaluate a school's ranking.
"Coming up two grades - from a D to a B - is cause for celebration," Mrs. Aadland said, "because it puts us at an even level with the other schools. Mrs. Aadland reported, "We have a new strategy to bring up our History scores, I'm expecting a gain there this year.


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WSHS Principal Mrs. Ute Aadland has begun her second year at WSHS with the good news that the school received a "B" rating from the South Carolina State Department of Education in 2014, the third highest grade for a high school in our district, bringing the school up from its "D" ranking from the previous year. ?WSHS was also the only high school to increase its HSAP scores, a test that is one of the components used to evaluate a school's ranking.
"Coming up two grades - from a D to a B - is cause for celebration," Mrs. Aadland said, "because it puts us at an even level with the other schools. Mrs. Aadland reported, "We have a new strategy to bring up our History scores, I'm expecting a gain there this year. We have some great teachers who do a lot for our students. The kind of faculty a school has and their willingness to incorporate new strategies within their classroom makes a big difference." According to Principal Aadland, the school's scores came up after a full year dedicated to making improvements. Mrs. Aadland has data covering most of the wall space in her office. She is continually looking at fresh data to evaluate how the school is performing. This data analysis determines what is working and what is not working and it is what led Mrs. Aadland to make several key changes she believes contributed to the school's improvements. At the beginning of the year, Mrs. Aadland tested the students in Reading and Math to see where the school needed to remediate. Mrs. Aadland also noted that school spirit is important. Mrs. Aadland would love to see a Summer Transition Program to help students between 8th and 9th grade - between middle and high school - with character education, core discipline instruction, and remediation courses. Ultimately, implementation of this program will depend on funding that we currently do not have. Ms. Aadland has applied for a grant to fund the program. "I want to make connections with people in the community," Mrs. Aadland concluded.


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Under the direction of Principal Ute Aadland, WSHS chose to focus the school's theme on the strength of their leadership training through their 60-year Agricultural Education Program and their 12-year Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps Program (JROTC).


Wagener-Salley Academy of Leadership And Military Science | Wagenersc.com

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Under the direction of Principal Ute Aadland, WSHS chose to focus the school's theme on the strength of their leadership training through their 60-year Agricultural Education Program and their 12-year Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps Program (JROTC).
Sitting in the 126,000 square foot school with the vibrancy of educating youths around us, I spoke with Ms. Aadland about this big change for our public schools. "Initially the whole idea of leadership is to empower our kids to go out and take risks," Aadland explained. "I want them to come out of these programs with the ability to become entrepreneurs, to come out with an 'I Can Do It' attitude. Aadland attributes the importance of entrepreneurship to Wagener's rural environment, both its need for small business as well as its need for local skilled workers (WSHS graduates) to attract more businesses and outfit current ones. "If employers are looking at this community, they want to see what kind of workers they can get. "We have fabulous teachers who run these programs," Aadland continued. Aadland is passionate about her students. Aadland commented on her community presence, "I want people to know that I want the best for the children of this community.


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