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CES students ‘level up’ with Lexia

Campbellsville Elementary School students who recently “leveled up” with the Lexia and Reading Plus programs were honored at a school-wide assembly on Friday, Dec. 2.

 

Lexia and Reading Plus are technology-based reading programs that help increase reading proficiency for pre-kindergarten students through high school seniors.

 

About 75 students were recognized for increasing their reading proficiency level using the programs.

 

First-graders honored include Kenady Gabehart, Kadance Ford, Shylan Dunn, Lainey Price, Ammarissa Nunez, Lillian Martin, Marion Mann, Willow Griffin, Dax Gray, Chase Gabbert, Addysen England, Nikolas Torres, Amylah Taylor, Londyn Smith, Ben Parrott, Anna Keith, Jaxson Hunt, Zach Hak, Jo’van Goins, Braxton Giles-Osinger, Zadrian Fugate, Aiden Forrest, Aaron Floyd, Allison Dean, Cadynce Cox, Hunter Bates, Seeley Whitaker, Rizzo McKenzie, Luke Mardis, Parker Hamilton, Adriana Agent, Lucian Abel, Carter Wethington, Serenity Taylor, Nadia Taylor, Nicholas Spencer, Caleb Ortiz, Mika Gayheart, Hunter Clark, Tommy Caswell, Isabella Brunelle and Makyian Bridgewater.

 

Second-graders honored include Alex Yang, Sean Welch, Camren Skaggs, River McFarland, Zaemar Hoskins, Lacy Covey, Kallie Taylor, Elijah Spurling, Griffin Skaggs, Peyton Mitchell, Jace Hagy, Cadence Burton, Sammantha Wooley, Alexandra Wilson, Malia Thompson, Kaevin Spaulding, Jayden Moore, Kaylee Lamer and Seamus Huber.

 

Third-graders honored include Brayden Judd, Lucas Gribbins, Gracie Pendleton, Chance Owens, Jaylin Clark, Vivian York, Kelsi Shuck, Isaiah Scharbrough, Izak Burress, Kendall Bright, Caysen Tungate, Connor Coots, Devin Underwood, Alexis Wolford, Savannah Wethington, Tiffani Gaddie, Reagan Gabehart, Jalen Embry, Kiera Bailey, Cameron Estes, Destiny Abell, Alexis Roddy, Tayshaun Hickman, Cohutta Giles and Adrianna Garvin.

 

Marcia Sharp’s third-grade class and Amanda Greer’s first-grade class had the highest usage percentage on Lexia and Reading Plus for Nov. 18 through Dec. 1, at 100 percent.

 

CES first-graders are honored for leveling up with Lexia or Reading Plus.

CES first-graders are honored for leveling up with Lexia or Reading Plus.

 

CES first-graders are honored for leveling up with Lexia or Reading Plus.

CES first-graders are honored for leveling up with Lexia or Reading Plus.

 

CES second-graders are honored for leveling up with Lexia or Reading Plus.

CES second-graders are honored for leveling up with Lexia or Reading Plus.

 

CES third-graders are honored for leveling up with Lexia or Reading Plus.

CES third-graders are honored for leveling up with Lexia or Reading Plus.





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