• Welcome to the CCS Achieve3000 page! Here, you will find information about Achieve3000, helpful tutorials for reports and tools, and important updates happening in our schools. Achieve3000 accelerates literacy learning growth with differentiated content and instruction. It is proven to double and even triple expected reading gains in a single school year. It is the district's official Tier 2 & 3 literacy intervention resource for grades 9 through 11 for English Language Arts, Science, and Social Studies classes. Special requests for teacher/student use are also considered. Achieve3000 is accessible via Clever.


    CCS Achieve3000 High School Competition 23-24

    CONGRATULATIONS to the winners of the Strive for 75% district competition from April 9th to May 10th. Winners were determined by classes that averaged the highest Achieve3000 activities with 75% or higher on the first try. Achieve3000's recommended weekly activity goal is two activities with 75% or more on first try activities, and the district goal recommends at least one of those activities be completed in Social Studies and Science classrooms. Pizza parties will celebrate the winning classes and trophies will be presented to their schools. We hope the awards will be displayed and celebrated with staff and students! Well done!


    First Place:

    • Northland HS: Gregory Scythes' Period 6 Physical Science class with 1.24 average activities per week with an average of 84.1% score on the first try


    Second Place:

    • Marion Franklin HS: Jessica Pierce's Period 1 Modern World History class with 1.24 average activities per week with an average of 80.5% score on the first try


    Third Place:

    • Walnut Ridge HS: Clarence Daniel's Period 2 African American Studies class with 1.31 average activities per week with an average of 78.1% score on the first try



    End of the Year LevelSet

    No EOY LevelSet assessment is scheduled for the district. Since Achieve3000 adjusts student Lexile levels monthly, a student's level at the end of the school year is an accurate measurement of achievement and progress. If preferred, teachers may schedule a LevelSet in the Scheduler found under the hamburger menu in the upper left corner of the platform.

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    Sonja Dill

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