CAMDEN, NJ — The Camden City School District will hold a news conference next month to share the results of state assessments, which include English language arts and math, for each of the schools.
The special event on Wednesday, Oct. 9 will allow an in-depth discussion of the New Jersey Student Learning Assessments data, Superintendent Katrina McCombs said in an announcement at Tuesday's advisory board meeting.
McCombs said the decision was made "to give the presentation of that data the time it deserves."
“We have lots of data that tell wonderful stories, in many instances, about the work that is being done by our educators in our traditional public schools," she said. "We are looking forward to celebrating and sharing that data with you.”
The performance data will also be shared at the October advisory board meeting.
A location is still being confirmed for the news conference, but McCombs said the district is looking at having the event at Creative Arts Morgan Village Academy, which is her desire.
Details are to come soon, she said.